Jim Brochu begins Zero Hour with his back to the audience as he growls warnings to someone knocking on his studio door. As he turns around, mid-growl, you'll be forgiven if you think you're seeing a ghost. In look, manner and voice his resemblance to the great Zero Mostel is a remarkably accurate recreation.
Friday, January 01, 2010
Top 10 Memorable Moments in 2009.
BroadwayWorld.com just posted the 10 memorable moments you might have missed in 2009. And one of them was:
Tales of the Road Warriors. Hal Aaron interviews me on his show. https://talesoftheroadwarriors.com/steve-schalchlin-part-1/
When the history of "The Big Voice: God or Merman? is written, there will be one moment that will shine, for us, above all. And it happ...
Hal Block, the increasingly irritating panelist on "What's My Line?" was fired last night after the show. Well, back in 1953. ...
I keep meaning to bring up another little history lesson that came from watching the B&W games shows on the Game Show Network. When you...