Thursday, September 27, 2007

News Brief

Theater Mania: The 21st Annual Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Flea Market & Grand Auction, held in Shubert Alley on Sunday, September 23, and attended by stars of all the New York soaps, raised a grand total of $559,810 for the charity. Money was raised through 60 tables selling merchandise, an autograph table featuring dozens of stars from Broadway and television, and both a silent and live auction.

The Daily Blabber from : Heather Locklear tells People that her romance with "The Bold and the Beautiful" actor Jack Wagner is "wonderful and exciting and blossoming," adding she feels deserving of something that "feels so right". The actress admits she can see herself as the next Mrs. Wagner. She reveals, "If Jack said, `Let's get married, ' I'd go, `OK!' But I have a daughter to consider. I'm trying to be a thoughtful role model, and not selfish."

CBS News: Michelle Ray Smith of "Guiding Light" has endured unimaginable tragedy. On Sept. 29, 2003, police found Smith's father, Jeff Smith, inside a car. He had died from carbon monoxide poisoning, four days shy of his 50th birthday. Smith writes about grappling with his death in the October issue of Glamour magazine.

PGP Blog: The Proctor & Gamble blog takes a look at Douglas Marland (who wrote for may soaps including "As The World Turns", "Guiding Light" and "General Hospital") and how he broke some of his own rules. Editor's Note: This is a shameless attempt to justify the bad writing of today and fan's complaint by tearing down this legendary writer.

Theater Mania: "As The World Turns" star Marnie Schulenber is starring in "The Yellow Wood" at the New York Musical Theatre Festival. "There's definitely potential in "The Yellow Wood", a new musical by Michelle Elliott and Danny Larsen, directed by Tony Award-winning actor B.D.Wong. However, portions of it are too underdeveloped to make it as successful as it could be."

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