Carol Channing: Larger Than Life

If Carol Channing didn’t exist, no one could have made her up. One in a billion, Carol , at 89, remains an unstoppable, megawatt dynamo. Broadway diva extraordinaire is just the icing. Carol Channing hovered at the pinnacle of the entertainment world from the late-1950’s through the 1960’s and beyond, living life sensationally large. As Carol has observed, ‘…if you’re lucky enough to have two hit shows, the world passes through your dressing room’. At 89, she remains irrepressible.

Gotta Dance

“Gotta Dance” captures the adventures of the New Jersey NETSationals, the first-ever, seniors hip-hop dance team. Despite swollen ankles, challenges from their 20-something Nets Dancer coaches, exhausting rehearsals, fashion clashes, radical personality transformations and seemingly impossible dance steps, the NETSational Seniors go for it, on and off the court, spreading joy, inspiration and cool dance moves as they hip-hop their way into the hearts of Nets fans and beyond.

Marvin Hamlisch: The Way He Was

When Marvin Hamlisch passed away in August 2012 the worlds of music, theatre and cinema lost a talent the likes of which we may never see again. Seemingly destined for greatness, Hamlisch was accepted into New York’s Juilliard School as a 6-year-old musical prodigy and rapidly developed into a phenomenon. With instantly classic hits ‘The Way We Were’ and ‘Nobody Does It Better’ and scores for Hollywood films such as The Swimmer, The Sting and Sophie’s Choice and the Broadway juggernaut A Chorus Line; Hamlisch became the go-to composer for film and Broadway producers and a prominent presence on the international Concert Hall circuit. His streak was staggering, vast, unprecedented and glorious, by the age of 31 Hamlisch had won 4 Grammys, an Emmy, 3 Oscars, a Tony and a Pulitzer prize: success that burned so bright, it proved impossible to match.