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Owen and Shearer bring Holiday Sing-Along to World Cafe Live
Dec. 06--When Welsh singer Judith Owen moved to Los Angeles with her husband, comic actor and radio host Harry Shearer, in the 1990s, she found she wasn't so fond of sunny southern California during the holiday season.
Harry Shearer's 'Le Show' reaches 30th birthday
Happy birthday, " Le Show ." A combination of news, politics, media criticism, music and satire, Harry Shearer's national public-radio series "Le Show" debuted on Dec. 3, 1983.
Rob Brydon and More Joins Owen & Shearer for Holiday Sing-A-Long at Leicester Square Today
Take one multi-faceted actor, author, director, comedian, musician, political satirist and radio personality, add an equal amount of angel-voiced Welsh singer songwriter, combine with one of the most respected actresses in the UK, throw in two or three highly acclaimed comic voices, add a generous mix of music legends, blend together, put over a ... (more)
torah | O Romeo, Romeo: Vu bist du, Romeo?
There have been numerous retellings of Shakespeare's most famous love story, but few - nay, none - are as weirdly wonderful, in my opinion, as Eve Annenberg's "Romeo and Juliet in Yiddish."
Turn it up to 11 for classic mockumentary 'This is Spinal Tap,' at the Michigan Theater
Spinal Tap, the world's loudest fictional rock band, is chronicled by a hack documentarian on what proves to be a fateful tour in the pitch-perfect 1984 movie mockumentary "This is Spinal Tap," showing Monday night at the Michigan Theater.
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Sheen to highlight hits of the 80s
Michael Sheen is turning DJ after being handed a Radio 2 show to highlight the hits of the 80s with which he grew up.
Harry Shearer to discuss "Dr. Strangelove," comedy in film at Loyola
Loyola University artist-in-residence Harry Shearer, a humorist known for his work on "Spinal Tap," "The Simpsons" and "Le Show," will lead a free public forum on comedy in film titled "What's So Funny About That" this evening on campus.
Harry Shearer to Discuss Art of Comedy at Loyola, 11/18
Loyola University New Orleans artist-in-residence Harry Shearer will lead a discussion on the mechanics of comedy in cinema during "What's So Funny About That," a public forum Monday, Nov. 18 at 5 p.m. The event is free, open to the public and will take place in Nunemaker Auditorium in Monroe Hall.