Thomas was invited back annually for the duration of Letterman's "Late Show" run to try to repeat his feat.
With each appearance he also retold a tale of his time as a radio DJ in the South when he and a friend gave a ride to Clayton Moore, star of TV's "Lone Ranger." Letterman hailed it as the "best story I've ever heard."Thomas called his annual "Late Show" ritual "the craziest thing I have ever been a part of" in an interview a few years ago with The Associated Press.
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oh yeah, Drew Horwitz (pictured above) playing a caged Cain who spews repugnant, ignorant, violent dialogue about women into a jailhouse camera all evening. Every word he says came from actual public remarks by the boxer Mike Tyson. 106: Aurora Fox’s “Metamorphoses”: Carmen Vreeman is suspended from a black trapeze rope above the pool of water that serves as the setting for “Metamorphoses,” Mary Zimmerman’s lyrical adaptation of nine interrelated tales based on ancient Greek and Roman mythology. Colfax Ave., Aurora, 303-739-1970 or the Aurora Fox’s home page. 105, Denver Center Attractions’ developmental musical, “The Kid”: Joey Mc Intyre leaves the Garner-Galleria Theatre following the first-ever performance of his new, one-man bio-musical, “The Kid.” Mc Intyre was the youngest member of New Kids on the Block, the biggest boy band in history (and no, he tells us … In this personal coming-of-age story starring Mc Intyre himself, Joey takes the audience from his hometown of Boston to sold-out stadium tours and life after the New Kids. Aspen Stage won four awards in June for its performance of the play at the American Association of Community Theatre’s national festival in Carmel, Ind., and its creators now have aspirations for licensing and national distribution.
Not sure what it all means, but three days later, I’m still thinking about it. 9 at Buntport Theater, 717 Lipan St., 720-946-1388 or go to Screw Tooth’s home page. Using contemporary language and familiar characters, such as King Midas, Orpheus and Eurydice, the play explores the inevitability of change and the transformative powers of love. Featuring music from his childhood, music he helped make famous and music that inspires him. The cast, some of whom can be seen at the left, included Carlson, Missy Moore, Brad Moore, Kevin Derkash, Ryan Fleming, Brendan Cochran and Cindy Hines.
The 50m free is my fourth best event but it helps develop my 100 free for later on in the week.