The North Bergen High School drama club went all-out for this year’s spring play, creating an incredible stage production of the Ridley Scott classic film ‘Alien’ using only recycled materials.
Improvising legend. Filmmaking maverick. Comedy savant. Screenwriting secret weapon. Elaine May is one the most important people in American pop cultural history. Why isn’t she more celebrated? That’s exactly how she wants it.
Carol Channing, the saucer-eyed, gravelly voiced Broadway barnstormer whose offbeat personality and marquee value fueled such Golden Age musicals as Gentleman Prefer Blondes and Hello, Dolly!, has died, her publicist B Harlan Boll confirmed in a statement to PEOPLE. She was 97.
Boll said that Channing died at 12:31 A.M. on Tuesday, at her home in Rancho Mirage, California, of natural causes.
The London-born actress was a regular fixture on TV and radio for six decades, starring in Carry On films, Hancock’s Half Hour, and even Friends.
At 89, she appeared in EastEnders as Sister Ruth, a nun with a secret about Kat Moon. At 92, she was made a dame.