The Friars Club Celebrity Roasts , Friars Club Testimonial Dinners, Friars Club Celebrity Salutes, Editor of the Friars Close-Up Newsletter.
258 pages written thus far, but no plot. So, um, well, that's about all there is to say on the matter right now. Best you just move along. Nothing to see here...
"Alison is making her professional debut. She performed in a New York production of Menotti’s opera 'Help, Help, the Globolinks' and has always enjoyed being in stage works at P.S. 183 in Manhattan, where she’s a sixth grader. Alison, 11, studies piano with Andre Kimbrell and plays touch football, writes poetry and collects stickers."
2nd National Tour, 1981-82
A FEW PERTINENT NOTES ABOUT MY PLAYBILL BIO
* To this day I have no idea what a Globolink is
* Not to brag, but I played King Pappy
in the P.S. 183 original production of "Happy Land."
Rumor has it that Sir Laurence Olivier was vying for the role, but guess who won?
* by "studies' piano my mother meant
'pretends to study'
*I never made it to the NFL
* My ode never won the Pulitzer due to one minor typo
"Roses are red,
Violits are blue..."
* My 1981 sticker collection totally rocked.
*Yes, I got braces after this gig.
Featured Author, 2008