LUKE MACFARLANE – Scotty on Brothers & Sisters
Archive for October 29, 2008
Since the relaunch of the new 90210, rumors have been floating through the Internet about the possible resurrection of the other 90’s companion piece, Melrose Place. Now Michael Ausiello is reporting that those rumors are, indeed, based in fact.
FUCK YEAH! Melrose Place was the Daddycatcher’s favorite piece of trash TV during his teen years. It would probably explain his warped sense of relationships. And the original men of the show were pure daddylicious!!!
They’d better bring back some of the original stars like 90210 is doing. Shit, they should bring everyone back!!! It’s not like they are doing anything…okay, Marcia Cross and Doug Savant may have an excuse. But I am beginning the campaign for Andrew Shue to return as Billy. GIVE US BILLY, WE WANT BILLY, B-I-DOUBLE L-Y!!!
But want I want to know is how long we have to wait until the CW or some other channel revive what has to be the most wrongly-cancelled show of the 90’s: MODELS, INC.
After yesterday’s curious announcement of Lauren Graham’s casting in the revival of Guys and Dolls comes casting for the eagerly anticipated revival of West Side Story. Daddycatcher is pleased!
One of Daddycatcher’s favorite Broadway Boys will be treading the boards in this revival of the Arthur Laurents-Stephen Sondheim classic. Matt Cavenaugh, last seen in A Catered Affair, will be portraying Tony, the leading man who falls in love with Maria. I am so anxious to hear him wrap his luscious voice around “Tonight,” “Something’s Coming,” “Maria,” and “Somewhere.”
Also of interest, Karen Olivo from In the Heights will be leaving that show to star as Anita. Perfect casting! And courting the ladies (and some gentlemen), Cody Green from Bravo’s “Step It Up and Dance” will be Riff.
Add a third show to that list – Black Watch at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn.
This return engagement from the National Theatre of Scotland is one of the most theatrically fulfilling evenings of theatre you will ever see. Teeming with brilliant performances from an ensemble of young gifted actors, Black Watch tells the story of a regiment of soldiers who give an inside account of their experiences in the Iraq war. Not incredibly political but an intense human drama.
Check it out by visiting St. Ann’s Warehouse and buying your tickets.