CTC Presents has been looking for male cast members to join its female cast for 'The Best Little Whorehouse
in Texas' show.
Macgregor-Scott's producing credits also includes 'The Jerk' (1979), 'The Best Little Whorehouse
in Texas' (1982), 'Revenge of the Nerds' (1984), 'Troop Beverly Hills' (1989), 'Out for Justice' (1991), 'Black Beauty' (1994) and 'Death to Smoochy' (2002).
She became a star of the silver screen too, with the movies Nine To Five, The Best Little Whorehouse
In Texas and Rhinestone.
Originally rendered by Dolly Parton in the screen musical, The Best Little Whorehouse
in Texas, the stirring show tune is guaranteed to tug at music lovers' heartstrings!
In case you're not aware, the former star basketball player is in a Los Angeles hospital after being found unconscious on the floor of a Nevada whorehouse
following a three-day drugs binge.
There's going to be bigger inflow of capital because we're looking like the best broad in the whorehouse
," Zell said.
Chuffed, more like it" Celebrity biographer Tom Bower "Central heating, imported produce and the abolition of formality have collaborated to achieve a kind of 12-month sameness" Lord (Julian) Fellowes, creator of Downton Abbey, pines for the good old days "It is a whorehouse
, and people go mad" Actor John Cusack on modern Hollywood "I move like a tractor" Masterchef presenter Gregg Wallace, a contestant in Strictly Come Dancing, on his "abilities" as a dancer "I'm not typically like those gorgeous, you know, stunning leading ladies you see in America.
Now 92, Anna is thinking about her past - starting as Andy in a whorehouse
trailer park and detailing her transformation, her loves and her secrets.
King was best known for co-writing the hit Broadway musical "The Best Little Whorehouse
in Texas," which began as an article for Playboy in 1974 and was nominated for a Tony Award in 1979.
He was twice nominated for an Oscar - first for playing a corrupt governor in 1982's The Best Little Whorehouse
mistaking the crash of plates for an emphatic whorehouse
The characters in Michael Jeffrey Lee's Something in My Eye come out from under all sorts hiding places -- a slaughterhouse floor, a whorehouse
, a couch by the edge of a river, even hell.