Debbie Allen , Carol Goldsmith - American Friends Of The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra Duet Gala at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Tuesday 10th November 2015
Denzel Washington will direct an episode of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ for the show’s 12th season.
Denzel Washington has directed two films but now the 60-year-old actor is turning his attention to directing on the small screen for the very first time. Washington has signed on as a director for the 12th series of Grey’s Anatomy.
Denzel Washington will direct an episode of Grey's Anatomy.
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Berry Gordy and Debbie Allen - Nevada Ballet Theatre honors Debbie Allen as its '2015 Woman of The Year' at The 31st Annual Black & White Ball - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Saturday 24th January 2015
Debbie Allen - Nevada Ballet Theatre honors three time Emmy award winner Debbie Allen as its 2015 Woman of The Year at The 31st Annual Black & White Ball at Aria Resort & Casino - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Saturday 24th January 2015
The miniseries mentality reached into the theatrical world as well. And so Milos Forman ended up with Ragtime, a sprawling book about American life in the early 1900s, filled with stories of racism, sudden upward mobility, abandonment, psychosis, and of course that good old ragtime music. The result is a film that sprawls well over two hours yet can't ever decide where the best story lies. Is it a tale of a murderous husband who avenges the harsh treatment of his former-chorus girl wife? The story of an abandoned black baby who winds up in the arms of a wealthy white family? No, Ragtime eventually focuses on a black piano player (Howard E. Rollins Jr.) who rises through the ranks of the ragtime scene, only to find bitter racism and resentment waiting for him on the other side. He ultimately winds up holed up in a library with one of the characters from another story in the film. Some of this is based on real events, most is not.
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