There’s a lot going on this morning.
Plaza Suite tickets are on sale. Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker star in Neil Simon’s first-ever comedy revival. Previews begin later this month, and the play opens March 28 in New York City at the Hudson Theater. (It’s the day after the Oscars!) Jean Benjamin Hickey, the couple’s best friends and Tony winner, is directing. Tickets will sell out instantly, I’m sure.
Brandi Carlile, the great Brandi Carlile, signed on to perform at Elton John’s annual Oscar party for his AIDS fundraiser. It’s March 27 in Los Angeles. Last year’s event was virtual, this year they are back in person at the Pacific Design Center. There will be tons of celebrities. Regular guests include Sharon Stone, Steven Tyler and Sting. Nobody misses this event, which usually offers many chocolate desserts. Presenting sponsors of the evening include Elton John Eyewear, a Walmart exclusive, Christian Lundberg and R. Martin Chavez in partnership with Equality Utah, Bob and Tamar Manoukian and Neuro Brands.
“David (Furnish) and I are so grateful to celebrate 30 years of The Foundation and especially grateful to Brandi Carlile and the many fabulous guests who support us for another magnificent night at West Hollywood Park,” said Sir Elton John, Founder by Elton John AIDS. Foundation. “Our success reflects the passion, commitment and generosity of our supporters. Together we make a difference and bring light and hope to people living with HIV around the world.
PRINCE CHARLES GOES FULL FRONT Josh O’Connor won the Emmy Award for playing Bonnie Prince Charles in “The Crown.” Now he’s fully dressed in his birthday suit on ‘Mothering Sunday’ with the hot young actress Odessa Young.
Colin Firth, Olivia Colman and Glenda Jackson co-starred.“Mothers Day” is written by Alice Birch, who adapted the scenario of Graham Swiftthe provocative bestseller of the same name. Eva Husson directs.
Colman, of course, played Queen Elizabeth in Josh’s Charles’ “The Crown.” But she never saw him like that!
“Mothering Sunday” had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival and screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, London Film Festival, and was the centerpiece of the Hamptons International Film Festival, where it screened. premiered in the United States and was sell.
Opening day is Friday, March 25.