for his Show and "I've asked to do lots FOOTLIGHTS TO TV FAME .
She wanted to be a writer, but the acting bug bit on joining the Footlights
entertainment group at Cambridge University (contemporaries included Stephen Fry, Tony Slattery and Hugh Laurie).
Jones Sings Haggard, Haggard Sings Jones: Kickin' Out the Footlights
I looked into the footlights
and saw my parents just beaming.
Both former members of the esteemed Footlights
, they made their breakthrough in 1989, working in tandem with another talented duo, Robert Newman and David Baddiel, on The Mary Whitehouse Experience.
A polished film tastefully directed by Hungarian Istvan Szabo, Lantos's collaborator on Sunshine (1999), Being Julia fits into the long tradition of backstage pictures that range from manic farces and breezy romances to potent dramas suffused in the glow of footlights
Stew falls for an ethereal freshman dancer whose first love is the stage, leaving him behind the footlights
when she wins a prestigious scholarship.
Sitting on the other side of the footlights
in 2004, one can hardly look at our Will & Grace world as "doomed," right?
Syndicated columnist John McCaslin reported on May 15th that visitors to the 20-year-old Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington had noticed earlier this year that 24 of 68 halogen footlights
illuminating the wall were not functioning.
Spiritual journeys that don't travel well across cultural boundaries rarely make it across the footlights
Actors, designers, directors and producers enjoyed mingling far from the footlights
while waiting for the announcement--drumroll, please--of this year's winners from our theater critic Kay Kipling and Mr.
Even unfinished and lacking its wooden floors, this is a spectacular space, the light diffused through the long north wall made more magical still by the insertion into it of small footlights
The orchestra starts playing and the footlights
glow on the tapestry-like front curtain.
DuPont has introduced a family of glow-in-the-dark rug fibers called Footlights
The following day, 11 December 1938, Hill wrote to Flanagan, enclosing Burley's review and asking her to read the play and to help bring it "to life behind the footlights