“Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?” For Ed Sheeran and Macklemore, a couple Hot 100 hits and good publicists did the trick.
For its upcoming 45th season, which will premiere in September 2014, the iconic children’s show enlisted the beloved UK singer-songwriter and the breakout Seattle rapper to bring a dash of pop-culture coolness to its set.
Outside the music world, a host of NBC stars will guest on the new season, including Tina Fey, Saturday Night Live cast member Taran Killam, and 30 Rock’s Jane Krakowski and Jack McBrayer. Additionally, upcoming “Word on the Street” shorts will include Taye Diggs, Zach Braff, Claire Danes, Ian McKellen and Zachary Quinto.
A short scene featuring Zachary Quinto on The Glass Menagerie was released via Instagram. Follow THE GLASS MENAGERIE on Instagram here.
Zachary Quinto presented the honorary International Emmy Founders Award to writer-director-producer J.J. Abrams last night at the International Emmy Awards, and you can now find pictures up at the gallery:
On Monday, November 11, The Fund’s In the Spotlight donors were treated to our Annual Dinner—this year at NYC’s Maloney & Porcelli. The event’s special guests included Brian J. Smith, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Cherry Jones and Zachary Quinto of the critically-acclaimed revival of The Glass Menagerie, who participated in a fascinating Q&A moderated by Bloomberg Muse Arts & Entertainment Editor Jeremy Gerard. – Source
I came across to this delicious pictures taken back in September for the New York Times, to promote The Glass Menagerie. It was taken at the Monkey Bar, in New York. The place is attached to the Hotel Elysee, where Tennessee Williams lived and worked for over 20 years.
Edit: Thanks to Renee for the HQ untagged pictures.
NY Times has posted back in September this amazing video, with Zach as Tom in a scene for ‘The Glass Menagerie’, accompanied with an article-review from the play as per its opening night.
Watch the video in our archive, caps in the gallery and read the article below.
How can something be this delicate and this strong, so elusive and yet so tenacious? That question radiates from John Tiffany’s stunning production of Tennessee Williams’s “Glass Menagerie,” which opened on Thursday night at the Booth Theater and promises to be the most revealing revival of a cornerstone classic for many a year to come.