These well-known parents risked the paps to take their little ones to school, yesterday – well, except for Suri Cruise who was dropped off by her nanny and body guard. (That’s faux fur, right?) Naomi Watts and Matthew Broderick walk their twin twins separately to their schools in New York City, while Roger Berman (Mr. Rachel Zoe) walks his son Skyler to class in LA. (Photos; Pacific Coast News)
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The Punchy Players are back and nuttier than ever. This time, Julie Andrews, Judy Garland, and Lucille Ball visit Aunt Fanny’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream parlor, where Matthew Broderick (?) is working the counter. (via Billy Beyond)
Cherry Grove was all abuzz last weekend as Broadway legend Carol Channing performed at the Ice Palace as part of Daniel Nardicio’s ongoing Icon series. Billed as a “conversation,” Justin Vivian Bond joined the 92-year-old legend onstage and barely got out the first question before Channing starting singing, much to the entire crowd’s glee. She went on to perform parts of three songs over the course of the evening, including “Before the Parade Passes By,” “Diamonds Are a Girls Best Friend,” and a French song she sang at the Paris wedding of Joan Crawford. Wait, what?! You had to be there, which I wasn’t. The event was star-studded, with celebs like the Scissor Sisters’ Ana Matronic, Parker Posey, Alan Cumming (who last year started this series by performing with Liza Minnelli), Michael Kors, Matthew Broderick, the Village People’s Randy Jones, and Tommy Tune, who starred with Channing in Hello, Dolly. And despite her age, Channing held court for nearly an hour and a half. As she got up to take her final bows, musical director Lance Horne played some Dolly exit music and the whole audience started singing her trademark song back to her, with some revisions: “Well Hello Carol / You’re looking swell Carol / It’s so nice to see you back where you belong!” Could you just DIE!? (via Broadway World)
The crazy-talented team behind the musical Hairspray (and the best part of SMASH, the original songs) Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, two guys I’ve known for eons, have teamed up with the brilliant director Sam Mendes on the musical version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The big premiere was this week in London and Marc posted this photo today with this funny caption; “Sarah Jessica Parker, Scott Wittman, Marc Shaiman, Uma Thurman, Matthew Broderick, and Barbara Windsor. I’m the short one next to Uma Thurman…no, not that one, the other one.”
Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker, together, took the kids out for a ride in New York today. Unusual to see them together like this. Does Matthew look a little tentative around that stroller?