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Friday, September 8, 2017

We don’t care about our children at all. We let them run around with no discipline. We let them park their carcasses in front of the television. We don’t teach them to read. Well that’s not what I want for my child.

We don’t care about our children at all. We let them run around with no discipline. We let them park their carcasses in front of the television. We don’t teach them to read. Well that’s not what I want for my child. I want her to have a real childhood, with real cookies in the oven, corny as that may sound I want her to love nature and breathe fresh air. I don’t want her to see hundreds of thousands of people die on her television set before she’s 20. AND she doesn’t wear tart clothes. I have such a resentment of mothers dressing up their children to look like little versions of themselves. It’s totally insane. Can’t they wait for a while before putting the spandex and the lycra on these kids. These aren’ children. They’re little grown-ups. Don’t these parents LIKE kids? (1991) – Bette Midler Read More

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Saturday, August 5, 2017

BetteBack February 18, 1975: Paul Simon Backs Out Of Duet With Bette Midler

Gastonia Gazette
February 18, 1975

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Paul Simon., went to the studios in New York to help Bette Midler-record a single, but the project floundered, So Bette is back at work on her overdue album with soul veteran Tony Sylvester (The Main Ingredient)  at the console.

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NYRP’s annual Spring Picnic becomes Bette Midler’s “Concert in the Garden.” – Friday June 26th Read More

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Thursday, August 3, 2017

Fame and money was partly what drove me to leave Hawaii for New York to become a singer when I was 19.

Fame and money was partly what drove me to leave Hawaii for New York to become a singer when I was 19. When you are poor – and we were really poor – it’s human nature to want to better yourself. – Bette Midler

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Saturday, July 29, 2017

Bette Midler on Sue Mengers who she played on Broadway

[Bette Midler on Sue Mengers who she played on Broadway] Sue even had a friend blowing marijuana smoke into her face as she passed away. She was high until the bitter end.

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  • Bette Midler on Sue Mengers who thought of her clients as family: (bootlegbetty.com)
  • Bette Midler busy amid Broadway return in ‘Hello, Dolly!’ (bootlegbetty.com)
  • Bette Midler On Why She Really Turned To Television: (bootlegbetty.com)
  • ‘Dolly’ Looks Divine As Bette Midler Descends On Broadway; Box Office (bootlegbetty.com)
  • Bette Midler now has her own official day (bootlegbetty.com)
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    Friday, July 28, 2017

    As an actor you’re supposed to take jobs that will challenge you or force fans to see you in a different light.

    As an actor you’re supposed to take jobs that will challenge you or force fans to see you in a different light. By the ’90s, I wasn’t really an actor anymore. I was someone who went on the road with these gigantic concerts. I got so far away from what they told you in acting class: Do something different. Producers kept offering me the “Sister Act” movie, but I said, “My fans don’t want to see me in a wimple.” I literally said, “My fans don’t want to see me in a wimple.”. – Bette Midler Read More

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    In Depth: Ticket troubles

    WNYT
    In Depth: Ticket troubles
    July 26, 2017 06:25 PM

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    This summer, hundreds of us will go to concerts, theatrical performances and sporting events. It will probably cost you more than you expected, but what can a fan do?

    If you recently purchased a ticket and paid hundreds of dollars over the face value of that ticket, chances are you were ripped off.

    Eddie Knight loves directing musicals. That includes a summer program for kids at the Mac-Haydn Theatre in Chatham.

    “I’ve been here at the workshop as a teacher for five years,” he noted. Read More

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    Wednesday, July 26, 2017

    Hello, Broadway! Hartung debuts in ‘Hello, Dolly!’

    The Sun Prairie Star
    Hello, Broadway! Hartung debuts in ‘Hello, Dolly!
    By Meghan Chua
    Posted: Monday, July 24, 2017 1:45 pm

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    It’s a long way from Sun Prairie to New York City, but one Sun Prairie High School alumnus has made it to Broadway.

    Calling from New York last week, Hartung recounted his Broadway debut as a member of the ensemble in the revival of “Hello, Dolly!” and an understudy for the role of Barnaby Tucker.

    When The Star last checked in with Hartung, he was getting ready to play the part of a Lost Boy in Peter Pan Live, which aired in 2014. Hartung began his training at the Monona Academy of Dance at age 3 and became involved with Sun Prairie Civic Theatre in second grade. Read More

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