Episode 33 – The Dog Show: Hounds by Hirschfeld Online Exhibition

Join Creative Director David Leopold and Archives Manager Katherine Eastman as they tour the newest online exhibition “The Dog Show: Hounds by Hirschfeld”. They talk all things dogs and Hirschfeld with drawings ranging from 1924 to 2001.

Follow along during the episode by viewing the exhibition here.

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Episode 32 – It Goes So Fast – Our Town (Online Exhibition) with Howard Sherman

Creative Director David Leopold is joined by theatre administrator, writer, advocate, and guest curator of It Goes So Fast: Our Town by Hirschfeld, Howard Sherman. They talk Our Town in the 20th century through the drawings of Al Hirschfeld.

Follow along during the episode by viewing the exhibition here.

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Episode 31 – Amplified Dignity: Black Dancers Drawn by Hirschfeld with Melanie George

Dance educator Melanie George comes on the podcast to talk about the new online exhibition she curated, “Amplified Dignity: Black Dancers Drawn by Hirschfeld”. Follow along during the episode by viewing the exhibition here.

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Amplified Dignity: Black Dancers Drawn by Hirschfeld

Amplified Dignity Merchandise

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Episode 30 – 75 Years of Looking for NINAs

David and Katherine from the Al Hirschfeld Foundation celebrate 75 years of looking for NINAs. From the very first NINA, to the drawing with the mostest, and everything in between, hear the stories behind the drawings, complete with the new segment “Hirschfeld According to Katherine.” Enjoy!

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Link to exhibition: NINA 75 Exhibition

Cradle Will Rock

NINA 75 Merch

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Episode 29 PART 2 – Lost in the Stars (Online Exhibition) Interview with Ben West

Musical Theater historian Ben West comes on the podcast to tour the new online exhibition Lost in the Stars: Black Theater Makers Drawn by Hirschfeld. . Follow along during the episode by viewing the exhibition here.

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Lost in the Stars Online Exhibition

Lost in the Stars Merchandise

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Episode 29 PART 1 – Lost in the Stars (Online Exhibition) Interview with Ben West

Musical Theater historian Ben West comes on the podcast to tour the new online exhibition Lost in the Stars: Black Theater Makers Drawn by Hirschfeld. . Follow along during the episode by viewing the exhibition here.

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Lost in the Stars Online Exhibition

Lost in the Stars Merchandise

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Episode 28 – Socially Distant Theater (Online Exhibition)

Experience theater the socially distant way by taking a tour of the solo show through the drawings of Al Hirschfeld. The online exhibition will runs from May 5 – June 6, 2020. Follow along during the episode by viewing the exhibition here.

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Socially Distant Theater Online Exhibition

Socially Distant Theater Merchandise

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Episode 27 – Scandals Part 2

The follow-up you’ve all been waiting for, it’s Scandals Part 2! David and Katherine bring you show business “scandals” from the second half of the 20th century.

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Gish, Sorel, and Monroe

Happy birthday, Mr. President

The Movies

Eden Roc Mural

Mural Wallpaper

Some Like it Hot

Some Like it Hot – Single Portrait

The Misfits

On the set of The Misfits

Seven Year Itch

Marilyn Monroe in Chair

A&E Biography

Are You With It?

Coronation of Queen Elizabeth

Kilgallen Vermouth ad

Comedians at Lindy’s

CBS Sunday

Broadway First Nighters

What’s My Line? TV Guide Cover

Something About a Soldier

The Rose Tattoo

Kings Go Forth

West Side Story

Gypsy

1962 Oscar Nominations

The Great Race

WNBC Composite

There’s No Business Like Show Business

Blake Edwards

Redrawing of West Side Story

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Episode 26 – Hal Prince

Happy new year from the Al Hirschfeld Foundation! In this first episode of 2020, David Leopold and Katherine Eastman relive the magic that is the career of Hal Prince. Don’t forget to follow along in the show notes, where you can see all of the drawings that are talked about in real time!

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In the Company of Harold Prince exhibition at the NYPLPA

Say, Darling

Pajama Game (1973 revival)

Tickets Please

Call Me Madam

Wonderful Town

Celebrating Wonderful Town

Damn Yankees

New Girl in Town

West Side Story (original production)

West Side Story (all other drawings)

A Family Affair

Doily Drawings: Bloomer Girl, Meet Me in St Louis, Louisiana Purchase, 1928 Laurel and Hardy

Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Fiddler on the Roof

She Loves Me

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman

Zorba

Cabaret

Boris Aronson

Company

Follies

A Little Night Music

Pacific Overtures

Side by Side by Sondheim

On the Twentieth Century

Sweeney Todd

Evita

Merrily We Roll Along

A Doll’s Life

Grind

Cabaret (1987)

Joel Grey in Cabaret

The Phantom of the Opera

Michael Crawford

Colm Wilkinson

Kiss of the Spider Woman

Show Boat

Candide

Hollywood Arms

Hal Prince

Prince Theater Mural (part 2)

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AUDIO TOUR – Hirschfeld at The Harmonie Club

David Leopold gives an audio tour of the current Hirschfeld exhibition at the Harmonie Club in New York City

. The tour begins on the main level in the Library, and continues on the fourth floor in the Hub. The exhibition will remain up until January 17, 2020. For those not at the Harmonie Club, follow along with the drawings below in the show notes.


The Library

George and Ira Gershwin, 1990

Ella Fitzgerald, 1993

Fred Astaire, 1973

Mick Jagger, 1999

Liza Minnelli, 1999

My Fair Lady, 1956

Les Misérables, 1987

Carol Channing, 1964

Elvis Presley, 1968

Lena Horne, 1952

Marlon Brando, 1998

Albert Einstein, 1994

 

The Hub

Self Portrait, 1993

Artie Shaw, 1945

Frank Sinatra, 1946

Hoagy Carmichael, 1945

Julius Caesar, 1955

Nine Old Men of the Supreme Court, 1937

Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, 1989

American Ballet Theatre, 1980

Blithe Spirit, 1941