Dog Eared: Michael Cerveris solo debut album

price $14.98

Label: Low Heat Records
 
 
Love Me or Leash Me: 50 Simple Ways to Keep Me a Happy, Healthy and Well Behaved Companion
by Anne Bobby
Includes essay by Michael Cerveris about his beloved dog, Gibson.

As winsome as it is practical, this handy little book-packaged with a colorful nylon leash-offers sound, easy-to-follow advice "straight from the dog's mouth." The color of the leash may vary. Communication between people is hard enough-but how can we better understand our canine friends? In this fresh and adorable book, illustrated with heart-skipping photographs, 50 worldly dogs tell us exactly what they want: how we can most effectively play with them, train them, take care of them and love them.

Here are 50 short, simple tips that will benefit every dog-owner, including fun games to play, secrets for making walks special, easy ways to keep dogs from misbehaving, and the best ways to show your affection. And here, too, are stories of real dogs like Padraic, a formerly stray chow-lab mix who tried to sneak into the St. Patrick's Day parade; and Milla, a French bulldog who immigrated from Russia. Dogs speak to us everyday. Isn't it time we started listening?

     
     
 
Catch Me If You Can [ABRIDGED]
by Frank Abagnale, Stan Redding (Contributor), Michael Cerveris (Narrator)
Price: $20.97
Truth, in Frank Abagnale's autobiography, is more entertaining than fiction. Abagnale, one of the world's most brilliant con men andimpostors, re-creates the events that had police in the U.S. and twenty-six countries searching for him--all before his twenty-first birthday. From his impersonations of an airline pilot, pediatrician, professor, assistant attorney general, and federal agent, through hisseemingly limitless check swindles, this book tells it all in superb detail. D.J.S.©AudioFile 2001
 
     
Titanic: The Complete Book of the Musical
By Maury Yeston, Peter Stone and Joan Marcus
A full-color gallery with over 150 photos of the original Broadway production; color costume and set designs and sketches; the complete back-story of the production from concept to launch to hit musical; artists at the helm: the crossing from fact to fiction; a brief history of Titanic lore; poster and marketing art; and the complete book and lyrics. Hardcover.
 
     
Titanic: A New Musical
Music & Lyrics By Maury Yeston

Music and Libretto of the Tony Award Winning Musical.
 
Titanic: Original Broadway Cast Recording with Michael Cerveris
By Maury Yeston, Peter Stone

Editorial Reviews
Unlike the boat it's named after, this show truly rose from the bottom. Despite detractors predicting doom before it had even opened, Titanic overcame hectic previews and endless technical problems to win a Tony for best musical and turn into a commercial success. Despite the fact that favorite performers like Judith Blazer or Victoria Clark disappear in the crowd and don't get solos of note, the show still manages to bring to life affecting characters. Maury Yeston's (Grand Hotel) score has the required majesty without ever being turgid, and the choral work he coaxes from his ensemble is eminently powerful. Though it requires a fair amount of attention on the listener's part, Titanic is also surprisingly emotional--its majestic finale packs more punch than 3 hours of Leonardo DiCaprio. --Elisabeth Vincentelli

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Tommy: Original Broadway Cast Recording with Michael Cerveris
2 CD set
Price: $28.99

 
Tommy: Highlights from Original Broadway Cast Recording with Michael Cerveris
1 CD
Price: $16.98
 
     
 
The Who's Tommy: the Amazing Journey Video
VHS
Includes footage of Original Broadway production with Michael Cerveris

Available Used &New
 
The Who's Tommy: The Musical: Book
by Pete Townshend, Des McAnuff (Contributor), Hardcover
 
The Mexican DVD

Editorial Reviews
Part road movie, part romantic comedy, part thriller, and a whole lotta fun, The Mexican could get by on star power alone, but it offers Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, and a clever plot full of delightful surprises. It's a thoroughly enjoyable shaggy-dog story in which the downtrodden Jerry Welbach (Pitt) copes with a dual dilemma: his girlfriend Samantha (Roberts) has just dumped him to pursue solo ambitions in Las Vegas, and a manipulative mobster has ordered Jerry to Mexico to retrieve a coveted antique pistol (the "Mexican" of the title) that carries a legacy of legend, death, and danger. Jerry soon has his hands full with bandits, bloodshed, and a grizzly hound dog that vanishes and reappears with amusing regularity. En route to Vegas, Samantha's taken hostage by a burly assassin (James Gandolfini) who's attached to the gun-fetching scheme and is, in more ways than one, not who he seems to be.
Like a good magic act, J.H. Wyman's original screenplay distracts you from its gaps of logic, using unexpected revelations to fuel its strategic vitality. It also provides a wealth of character development, and director Gore Verbinski (Mouse Hunt) gives his stellar cast equal time to shine. It hardly matters that Pitt and Roberts spend most of the film apart; their time together is worth waiting for, and the machinations that separate them play out like a cross between vintage Peckinpah and Romancing the Stone. And why is the accursed pistola so valuable? That's just another surprise, setting the stage for the arrival of yet another big-name star, whose motivations are pure in a film full of double-crosses and darkly shaded humor. With a giddy plot like this, star power is just icing on the cake. --Jeff Shannon --
 
Hedwig and the Angry Inch VHS
Editorial Reviews
Amazon.com
Sometimes grace and hope come in surprising packages. The title character of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, a would-be glam-rock star from East Germany, undergoes a botched gender-change operation in order to escape from the Soviet bloc, only to watch the Berlin Wall come down on TV after being abandoned in a trailer park in middle America. Hedwig gets involved with Tommy, an adolescent boy who steals her songs and becomes a stadium-filling musical act. Suffering from a broken heart and a lust for revenge, Hedwig follows Tommy's tour, playing with her band (the Angry Inch) at tacky theme restaurants. Into this simple storyline, writer-director-star John Cameron Mitchell packs an astonishing mix of sadness, yearning, humor, and kick-ass songs with a little Platonic philosophy tucked inside for good measure. A visually dazzling gem of a movie. --Bret Fetzer --This text refers to the Theatrical Release edition.

 
Hedwig and the Angry Inch DVD
Price: $21.49

Includes:
"Whether You Like It or Not: The Story of Hedwig" Original Feature-Length Documentary with special footage and interviews with Michael Cerveris
Long Story Short: The Forging of a Cult Legend from Stage to Screen
Deleted scenes with optional filmmaker commentary:
Alternate/deleted sequence, Bedroom Boogie
Select-a-song feature
Cast and crew filmographies
Widescreen anamorphic format
 
  Steel and Lace VHS
 
Rock and Roll High School Forever VHS
 
A Woman, Her Men, and Her Futon (1992) DVD
List Price: $24.99

She's got all the right stuff, but all the wrong men. Jennifer Rubin (The Doors) delivers a provocative performance in her first leading role as Helen, a recent divorcee and aspiring filmmaker trying to find her identity in all the wrong places and all the wrong men. In this erotic tale of a woman's struggle for independence, Helen finds herself on the verge of a professional, emotional and sexual odyssey that will change her life once and for all.
 
A Woman, Her Men, and Her Futon (1992) VHS
List Price: $89.99

She's got all the right stuff, but all the wrong men. Jennifer Rubin (The Doors) delivers a provocative performance in her first leading role as Helen, a recent divorcee and aspiring filmmaker trying to find her identity in all the wrong places and all the wrong men. In this erotic tale of a woman's struggle for independence, Helen finds herself on the verge of a professional, emotional and sexual odyssey that will change her life once and for all.
 
Dog Eared: Michael Cerveris solo debut album

price $14.98

Label: Low Heat Records
 
   
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