Actress turned director/writer Denise Filiatrault, herself a renowned Quebec show-biz
figure, imagines Robi as the kind of brilliant individualist who pays a high price for wanting to live her life in cinemascope.
Having lived in the Philippines for quite sometime, Striegl admits he has befriended some show-biz
It was show-biz
, of course, but show-biz
refracted through an anthropologist's prism.
Here and there, as in the introduction with the dancers strolling down the aisles and onto the stage, Patrelle resorted to show-biz
in 1943, and Jerome Robbins, like Balanchine one of the great choreographers of the century, who over the course of two decades and eighteen shows transformed show-biz
dancing from On the Town (1944) to Fiddler on the Roof (1964).
Thrilling as it is to see three show-biz
Set to music by David Byrne, this is Tharp at her show-biz
The contributions of Moulton and Pucci are of the typical "rock equals sex" syndrome, with endless hip gyrations and show-biz
razzmatazz evocative of too many bad Chorus Line imitations.