A true Broadway legend, star of the original productions of "Carousel" and "The Pajama Game" appeared in "The Grave White Way" to sing my song "Darlin' Sally (from Death Valley). Needless to say, he stopped the show!
With my collaborators, David Church and Jim Webber (who wrote the book), director Leonard Foglia, Isabel Keating ("Judy") and Kristine Zbornak ("Ethel").
The legendary composer/lyricist of "Wicked", "Godspell" and "Pippin" guest-starred in "The Grave White Way" to sing one of my showtunes! How awesome is that?
Ken Page is probably best remembered for the Fats Waller musical "Ain't Misbehavin'". He was a great sport to sing one of my parodies called "You're the Only Freak for Me" (by the fictitious composer Skinny Bollocks!). I also composed the title tune for Ken's successful one-man show "Page By Page" which toured all over the country.
The divine Miss Devine, star of stage and screen, sang a song from "Bean Dip Divas", my parody of the musical "Dreamgirls" (in which she starred on Broadway).
Yeardley (aka "Lisa Simpson") brought the house down when she sang my tune "It Always Hurts the First Time".
Delta played "The Mothers" in a production of "Southern Baptist Sissies" in L.A. and in the National Tour.
From "Winter's Bone" to "Breaking Bad" to "Iron Man 3" to "True Blood", Dale is of the finest actresses I'm privileged to know, and the most down-to-earth.
Debby portrayed "The Blues Singer" on stage in "Trailer Trash Housewife", then on film in "Blues for Willadean".
I had the privilege of befriending one of my childhood idols, Mel Brooks (whose film "The Producers" served as inspiration for my musical "The Grave White Way"). Mr. Brooks actually took time to listen to some of my songs and offer comedic guidance.
My real "Aunt B" (whose actual name is Nita) inspired Del Shores to use the name "Aunt Booger" in the script for "Sissies".