David Hyde Pierce is set for the stage and dinner
David Hyde Pierce. From TV’s “Frasier” endlessly, TV’s “Julia” currently, Broadway’s “Dolly” previously — and tonight’s Carnegie Hall onstage.
The story’s long. My patience short. Basically he loves music, played piano as a kid, “sucked” at it then came something about Mendelssohn’s famous Wedding March, David’s “Broadway Cares” recital, playing the church organ someplace then playing music for a choir somewhere.
“I’m nervous. Used to acting but onstage tonight, one night only, at Carnegie? I’m reading excerpts, rehearsed yesterday with the orchestra but I don’t really know what the hell I’m doing.”
Besides desecrating Carnegie Hall, what’s life like?
“My husband Brian is a sous chef. We’re just glad we’re out of masks. We were in by 7 p.m. every night during early COVID time.”
In between David Hyde Pierce’s G clef and C minor, where’d he get three names?
“Oh, please. The union already had people christened David Pierce so I stuck in my real middle name, Hyde.”
Then: “Oh, my God, I have over 25 people coming tonight.”
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Stars who share, with no cares
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Big-time star Colin was big-time descriptive. May his body get an Oscar for great acting.
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Thanksgiving. On a table the knife blade faces the plate. Napkin fold is on the outside next to the plate. Forks not on top of the napkin. Avoid fragrant flowers. Allergies upset food tastes.
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A 3.5-million-year-old skull just discovered in southern Africa suggests an earlier species of human development than primitive man. Archaeologists agree. They see no other way to explain this election’s Democratic winners.
Only in America, kids, only in America.
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