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The Collection Of Steve Martin Goes Up For Auction



Emmy, Grammy and Academy Award Winning Hollywood Legend’s Trademark White Suit Costume, Iconic Arrow through the Head Piece, 1976 Gibson Flying V “Toot Uncommons” Electric Guitar, Props and Costumes from Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid, Little Shop of Horrors and More to Dazzle the Auction Stage at Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills 

Julien’s Auctions, the world-record breaking auction house to the stars, has announced Property The Collection Of Steve Martin, an exclusive auction event celebrating the distinguished career of the legendary American actor, comedian, writer, playwright, producer, musician, and composer, taking place Saturday, July 18th, 2020 at Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills and live online at It was also announced today that all of Steve Martin’s proceeds he receives from the auction will be donated by him to benefit The Motion Picture Home in honor of Roddy McDowall, the late legendary stage, film and television actor and philanthropist for the Motion Picture & Television Fund’s Country House and Hospital. MPTF supports working and retired members of the entertainment community with a safety net of health and social services, including temporary financial assistance, case management, and residential living. For more info

On offer is the most comprehensive collection of Martin’s iconic costumes and memorabilia ever assembled at auction from his films, television shows and specials, as well as awards, posters, musical instruments, magic props and personal items from one of Hollywood’s most revered comic geniuses and the acclaimed actor’s celebrated career spanning over five-decades. (photo right: Martin’s 1976 Gibson Flying V electric guitar)

Steve Martin's 1976 Gibson Flying V electric guitar
Steve Martin's wild and wacky ties

Stephen Glenn Martin was born August 14th, 1945 in Waco, Texas. He began his comedy career in the 1960s as a writer for The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, where at the age of twenty-three, Martin won an Emmy award in 1969 for writing and made his first television appearance on the show. In the 1970s, Martin made frequent appearances performing his stand-up comedy on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny CarsonThe Gong Show, HBO’s On LocationThe Muppet Show and Saturday Night Live and toured in the nation’s top comedy clubs across the U.S. Martin became one of SNL’s most iconic stars with viewership jumping by a million viewers during his star making guest appearances playing some of SNL’s most unforgettable characters in the late night sketch comedy series’ most classic skits: Georg Festrunk, one of the swinging Festrunk brothers along with Yortuk played by Dan Aykroyd; Theodoric of York, the medieval doctor; his comic musical portrayal of “King Tut” with its novelty hit song recorded and released by Martin and his band “Toot Uncommons” which sold over a million copies in 1978; an IRS agent and bemused foil to the Coneheads; his happy feet dancing routine and more. Martin is one of the show’s most successful hosts appearing on twenty-seven Saturday Night Live shows and a fifteen-time guest-host. (photo left: Martin’s wild and wacky ties)His platinum selling comedy albums Let’s Get Small (1977) and A Wild and Crazy Guy (1978) spawned two of the nation’s most popular catch phrases from its tracks “Excuse Me” and “Just a wild and crazy guy,” with the latter album reaching the No. 2 spot on the U.S. sales chart and selling over a million copies. Both albums won Grammys for Best Comedy Recording in 1977 and 1978, respectively. Martin became a phenomenon which led to stand-up comedy performances in sold out stadium sized arenas where the star wore a distinctive three-piece white suit that became a trademark for his act. 

(photo right: Martin’s three-piece white suit)

Steve Martin's three-piece white suit
Steve Martin's clap boards

Hollywood soon called and Martin made his acting film debut in the 1972 film Another Fine Mess. His short film The Absent-Minded Waiter, which Martin wrote, starred in and directed, featuring Buck Henry and Terri Garr, would garner an Academy Award nomination for Best Short Live Action Film. But it was his starring role in the 1979 comedy film The Jerk that established Martin as a bona fide box office Hollywood star. Directed by Carl Reiner from a screenplay written by Martin and two other writers, the film was a smash hit, grossing over $100 million. In 1981, Martin starred in his first serious film role in 1981’s Pennies from Heavenand re-teamed with director Reiner in three other hit comedy films: 1982’s Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid, 1983’s The Man with Two Brains, and 1984’s All of Me, which is considered one of Martin’s most critically acclaimed performances. (photo left: Martin’s clap boards)In 1986, Martin and fellow SNL veterans Martin Short and Chevy Chase starred as the Three Amigos directed by John Landis and written by Martin, Lorne Michaels and singer-songwriter Randy Newman. That same year, Martin starred as the sadistic dentist, Orin Scrivello, in the movie musical film version of the hit play Little Shop of Horrors along with Rick Moranis. In 1987, Martin joined comedian John Candy in the John Hughes cult classic Planes, Trains and Automobiles as well as starred in Roxanne, the film adaptation of the classic tale of Cyrano de Bergerac and co-wrote the Writers Guild of America Award winning screenplay. In 1988, he took the stage in the Broadway revival of Waiting for Godot, directed by Mike Nichols where he played Vladimir, opposite Robin Williams as Estragon and Bill Irwin as Lucky. (photo right: Little Shop of Horrors film prop)

Little Shop of Horrors Film Prop
Steve Martin's Gibson banjo gifted by Queen Latifah

From the late 1980s to 2000s, Martin would star in many critically acclaimed and box office hit films including, 1988’s Dirty Rotten Scoundrels directed by Frank Oz and opposite Michael Caine; Ron Howard’s Parenthood with Rick Moranis in 1989 and again with Moranis in 1990’s My Blue Heaven; 1991’s L.A. Story, a romantic comedy hit film whose screenplay Martin also co-wrote; Lawrence Kasdan’s film Grand Canyon, Father of the Bride (1991) followed by its sequel in 1995; 1992’s Housesitter with Goldie Hawn and Dana Delaney; 1994’s A Simple Twist of Fate, a film adaptation of “Silas Marner”; David Mamet’s 1997 thriller A Spanish Prisoner; 1999’s Bowfinger opposite Eddie Murphy, which Martin also wrote; 1999’s The Out of Towners, a remake of Neil Simon’s comedy, co-starring Goldie Hawn and more. By 2003, Martin ranked fourth on the box office stars list, after starring in Bringing Down The House opposite Queen Latifah and Cheaper by the Dozen, each of which earned over $130 million at U.S. theaters. In 2005, he starred in Cheaper by the Dozen 2 and the following year, he starred in the box office hit The Pink Panther as the iconic Inspector Clouseau and reprised the role in the equally successful The Pink Panther 2, of which both films combined grossed over $230 million at the box office. Other film roles included Baby Mama opposite Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, It’s Complicated opposite Meryl Streep and Alex Baldwin, The Big Year opposite Jack Black, Owen Wilson and JoBeth Williams, the animated film Home and the war drama Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk. Martin is also an acclaimed author and playwright whose work includes: the 1993 full length play Picasso at Lapin Agile, which opened in Chicago’s famed Steppenwolf Theater Company and performed in Los Angeles, New York and other U.S. cities; the 2002 adaptation of Carl Sternheim’s off-Broadway play The Underpants; 2008’s Traitor starring Don Cheadle and the novellas, “Shopgirl” (2000), a New York Times best seller which was made into a 2005 film starring Martin and Claire Danes and “The Pleasure of My Company” (2003); his 2007 memoir, “Born Standing Up,” which Time magazine named as one of the Top 10 Nonfiction Books of 2007; the 2010 novel “An Object of Beauty;” the 2017 Broadway play Meteor Showerdirected by Jerry Zaks whose cast featured Amy Schumer, Laura Benanti, Jeremy Shamos and Keegan-Michael Key; and the story for the upcoming Disney film, Magic Camp. Martin has hosted the Academy Awards in 2001 and 2003 and with Alec Baldwin in 2010. (photo left: Steve Martin’s Gibson banjo gifted by Queen Latifah)

A self-taught banjo player since the age of 17, Martin is also a Grammy Award winning bluegrass musician and composer, whose 2001 recording playing the banjo on Earl Scruggs’ remake of Foggy Mountain Breakdown, won The Recording Academy’s honor for Best Country Instrumental. The banjo was a staple of Martin’s 1970s stand-up career as well on his comedy and music albums, most notably with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band who played on his hit song “King Tut” as “The Toot Uncommons.” In 2009, Martin released his first all-music album, The Crow: New Songs for the 5-String Banjo featuring acts such as Dolly Parton, which won the Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album in 2010. Martin has collaborated, recorded and toured with the Steep Canyon Rangers and Edie Brickell, whose track “Love Has Come For You” won the 2013 Grammy Award for Best American Roots Song. Martin and Brickell collaborated on his first musical, Bright Star which opened on Broadway in 2016. In 2010, Martin created the Steve Martin Prize for Excellence in Banjo and Bluegrass, an award established to reward artistry and bring greater visibility to bluegrass performers whose prize includes a US $50,000 cash award and a bronze sculpture created by the artist Eric Fischl. 

Martin has received several distinguished honors throughout his career including an Emmy Award, a Writers Guild of America award, two People’s Choice Awards (photo right: Martin’s 1993 People Choice Award), five Grammy Awards, the 2000 American Comedy Award for Lifetime Achievement in Comedy, a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Music, awards from the National Society of Film Critics, New York Film Critics Circle and Los Angeles Film Critics Association and more. In 2005, Martin was awarded the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, as well as the Kennedy Center Honors in recognition of his lifetime of contributions to American culture in 2007. In 2013, he was awarded an Academy Honorary Award and in 2015, he received the AFI Lifetime Achievement Award. 

Steve Martin's 1993 People Choice Award
Martin's navy blue wool traditional military jacket with gold stripes, epaulettes, bars, and medals and matching trousers worn in the 1989 comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

tin’s trademark three-piece white suits (estimate: $10,000 – $20,000) worn during his sold-out stand-up comedy performances in the 80’s. This suit, consisting of an eggshell white blazer with peaked lapels and three front pockets, tailored by Giorgio Beverly Hills By Brioni, with a matching vest, a matching pair of slacks and a black silk necktie by Dior and a black silk pocket square, was the branding of an identity millions would come to recognize as the comedian, Steve Martin. This signature suit established Martin as one of the greatest comic geniuses of the era and would also be one of only three such suits that the star would ever wear. He had two of his white suits custom designed –the one on offer in this auction, and the other suit was donated to the Smithsonian Museum where it is currently on display. Other highlights include film props such as Martin’s dental prop from the 1986 film Little Shop of Horrors, a heavyweight silvertone metal hammer engraved “Orin Scrivello D.D.S.” and “For Steve/ Thanks and Love/ From/ Little Shop of Horrors/ 1985” used by the actor as Dr. Scrivello while tending to his masochistic patient Arthur Denton played by Bill Murray (estimate: $800-$1,200); Martin’s signed script from the 1979 hit comedy film The Jerk (estimate: $3,000-$5,000); Martin’s awards including his People Choice Awards for Favorite Actor in a Comedy Motion Picture from 1992 and 1993 (estimate: $1,000-$2,000 each); a 2004 American Cinematheque award and a Los Angeles Film Critics Association award presented to Martin for “Best Actor” for the 1987 comedy Roxanne(estimate each: $400-$600); a Gibson Mastertone banjo gifted to Martin by Queen Latifah, his co-star on the 2003 comedy Bringing Down the House (estimate: $2,000-$3,000); Martin’s stage played “Toot Uncommons,” 1976 Gibson Flying V solid body electric guitar with its groovy-print strap, accompanied by the guitar’s tan road case stenciled with an image of Steve Martin’s now famous “arrow through the head” logo, based on the head piece from his iconic stand-up act and written “Toot Uncommons,” the gag name of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band that Martin worked with on his 1978 parody hit song “King Tut” and toured with in the mid-1970s (estimate: $4,000-$6,000); his film costumes worn in the 1990 comedy My Blue Heaven, co-starring Rick Moranis, a maroon two piece suit with peaked jacket lapels and an ivory jacquard jacket and trousers and a navy blue wool traditional military jacket with gold stripes, epaulettes, bars, and medals and matching trousers worn in the 1989 comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (estimate each ensemble: $800-$1,200)(photo above left); a red raw silk karate robe worn by Martin as Robert Bowfinger in Bowfinger co-starring Eddie Murphy who wears a matching garment in the film (estimate: $600-$800) (photo right); Martin’s drag costumes worn in the 1982 comedy Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid, consisting of a black and white wool herringbone vest, ivory silk jersey blouse, and a black wool straight skirt and a 1940s-style, navy blue white dot patterned cotton dress (each ensemble estimate: $800-$1,200) and a group of seven loud and wacky ties worn in the film (estimate: $300-$500); a metal headband with a puffy blue velvet arrow tip and white “feathers” gifted to Martin by a fan (estimate: $1,000-$2,000); a pair of clapper boards, one for the 1984 film All of Me co-starring Lily Tomlin and directed by Carl Reiner, and one for the 1985 CBS Television special “I, George Burns Comedy Week” of which Martin directed one episode (estimate: $600-$800); three collectibles related to his play Picasso at the Lapin Agile including a 1995 commemorative Lucite piece noting that Martin’s play was “the longest run/ in the history of the/ Westwood Playhouse,” a tan leather-covered trinket box featuring a color photograph of the Promenade Theatre marquee when the play was staged there and a related gag poster from Martin’s appearance at the West Side YMCA (estimate: $400-$600) and more. 

Martin's worn red raw silk karate robe
Steve Martin signed Script from The Jerk
Steve Martin Signed Script from The Jerk (estimate $3,000 to $5,000)

Julien’s Auctions is excited to present this auction event that celebrates the artistry of Steve Martin, one of the world’s most beloved and acclaimed entertainers of our time and a singular and original superstar whose creative genius knows no bounds,” said Martin Nolan, Executive Director of Julien’s Auctions. “We are also honored to announce that Mr. Martin plans to donate 100 percent of the proceeds he receives from the sale, to the Motion Picture & Television Fund’s Country House and Hospital, in honor of Steve Martin’s good friend, the legendary actor Roddy McDowall.”

Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email:


The Glorious Corner



G.H. Harding

FAMILY’S A BITCH-THE END OF SUCCESSION — Sunday’s finale of Succession (HBO) was a mixed bag. I’ll be honest: At first I thought the finale was totally underwhelming, but after some additional thought and reading some other excellent reviews, I’ve come to the point where I now believe it was, pure and simple, how it had to end.

Greg didn’t win the crown; Tom did, but only as a puppet master for the notorious Swede Alec Matsson. One terrific take on the show said that there were never really any heroes; just a family fighting for control and only really fighting with each other.
If you followed this season closely, you knew full well that none of the siblings could really do anything near what Logan Roy did. In the episode where he chastised them all by proclaiming you are not serious people- you – it should have immediately tipped you off that an outsider, yes Tom, would get the crown.
Roman melted down at the funeral; Shiv changed sides so often you never really knew where her loyalties lay and Kendall had him own set of issues. Also, the fact that he killed someone in Season 1 came into play again.
Creator Jesse Armstrong wrote this one (With Open Eyes) and it was as strong, while being a bit confusing, as everything he’s done. Truth be told, he was right to end it now as some of the themes kept repeating. Sure Brian Cox was not in the last few, but his presence still loomed large. Face it, none of the siblings could have done what he did.
Funnily enough, in the next-to-final scene with the three siblings, Kendall said that his father told him years ago, at The Candy Kitchen, that he would inherit the whole shebang. The Candy Kitchen does exits in Bridgehampton, New York and actually is a fine, fine establishment. I bet they’ll be packed this week!
The last scene of he show was a dejected Kendall wandering near the water with Logan’s bodyguard Colin. I wondered, as did many others, whether he’d off himself. He didn’t.
Is there room for a sequel or spin-off? Of course. Tom is the prefect puppet master for Matsson. There definitely is more intrigue to come. Brilliant writing and acting. I can’t see any of the actors ever equaling what they did on this show. Bravo!
SHORT TAKES — Talk about promotion! Q1043’s latest one involves a golden shovel! Sounds like something out of Willy Wonka! … Micky Dolenz jets off to London today for the weekend’s James Burtonevent with Van Morrison; John Oates; Brian May; and more. We’ll have details next column … Eric Clapton’s London-tribute for the recently departed Jeff Beck was just excellent.

Joss Stone

None more so than Joss Stone on “I Put A Spell On You.” What a voice. I’m amazed she’s not bigger; very Janis Joplin.

Gary Clark

Also, Gary Clark delivered a blistering, amazing performance on Stevie Wonder’s “Cause We’ve Ended As Lovers.” No question that he’s the next guitar-wizard. Here they both are: and  …

The Flash

I watched all 9 seasons of the CW’s The Flash and the first 5 were pretty terrific. The remaining ones got poorer and poorer as the original cast disappeared one by one. Grant Gustin, The Flash, was there the whole time, but their finale last week was terribly confusing – save for a song by Tony Award winner Jesse L. Martin (for Rent) – a key member of the original cast. The last two seasons had a myriad of costumed villains, some from the comic, some not, but just wildly messed up. The CW was sold to Nexstar last year and big changes are in their future. Sad … and, CNN is reporting that Universal Music is close to snapping up the rights to the Queen-catalog for $1 billion-plus. Good for them.


Disney had it previously, but Queen’s music is more popular than ever before. It’s a real shame Freddie is not her to share in it. If you wondered the record for the biggest previously was for Bruce Springsteen’s catalog at $500 million.

NAMES IN THE NEWS — William Schill; Crimshaw; Joel Diamond; Katherine Clarke; Terry Jastrow; Anthony Pomes; Barry Fisch; Mark Bego; Dave Sholin; Les Bider; Lush Ice; Steve Walter; Peter Abraham; Jack Cunningham; Randy Alexander; Howard Bloom; Ken Dashow; Norena Barbella; Angela Tarantino; and BELLA!
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Tribeca Festival Set to Thrill with Roxstar Entertainment with Cinema Center



Roxstar Entertainment, who’s executive team has produced dozens of red-carpet premiere events for top selections at the Tribeca Film Festival, will be bringing their newest hospitality platform, the Cinema Center to New York City after successful launches at Sundance and SxSw.

For Tribeca, the schedule of high-profile red carpet premiere parties will be held across multiple New York City restaurant and nightlife destinations including Bar Feroce at the Moxy Chelsea, Serafina Upper West 77th Street, and Common Ground NYC for a selection of the top films in competition at the Festival including: “eric larue” directed by Michael Shannon and starring Judy Greer, Alexander Skarsgård, Alison Pill, Tracy Letts, and Paul Sparks; IFC celebration for “Suitable Flesh” + “The Perpetrator” with Heather Graham, Barbara Crampton, Johnathan Schaech, Alicia Silverstone, Jennifer Reeder, and Kiah McKirnan; Sony Pictures Classics celebration for “TheMiracle Club” with Director, Thaddeus O’Sullivan and cast Laura Linney, Maggie Smith, Kathy Bates, Agnes O’Casey, Stephen Rea; Sony Music celebration for “Let The Canary Sing” with Director, Alison Ellwood and music icon Cyndi Lauper and other special guests; as well as Sony Pictures Classics celebrating “SHORTCOMINGS” with Director, Randall Park and cast Justin H. Min, Sherry Cola, Ally Maki, Debby Ryan, Tavi Gevinson, Sonoya Mizuno, Jacob Batalon, and Timothy Simons.

“Roxstar Entertainment is pleased to continue to support independent filmmakers and distributors especially in its mission to get movie fans back into their true intended viewing medium, the movie theaters.  We are so grateful to be able to work with likeminded companies to sponsor and support the events and help drive the promotion and celebration for the films, filmmakers, and respective casts,” says David Manning, Roxstar Entertainment’s Executive Producer of the Cinema Center.”

Each venue will be serving VIP guests with its special brand of service, atmosphere, and culinary delights.  Libations will be provided by the Cinema Center ‘s generous sponsor partners.  The all-important wine services for the program will be provided courtesy of Sommsation, a trusted wine experience brand and direct-to-consumer marketplace bringing together independent wineries and sommeliers who curate access to limited production wines.  On-site, Sommsation will provide guests with a tasting experience.  Sommsation invites wine enthusiasts to explore their online shop of exceptional and one-of-a-kind wine offerings that ship directly to your door.

Sponsors include: Peroni Nastro Azzurro, Italy’s premium lager, will be serving its award-winning lager as well as Peroni Nastro Azzurro 0.0%— a premium non-alcoholic lager.

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Galit Ventura-Rozen Hosts Enlightening Dinner in New York City



On May 18, Galit Ventura-Rozen hosted a lovely and enlightening dinner in New York City. Trendsetters and influencers gathered in Manhattan at The Flying Cock for an evening of enrichment and mindful conversation. Her passion and energy during the evening made her mission clear. Her inspirational and motivating energy was felt throughout the room.

The globally recognized public speaker and award-winning entrepreneur was on site to discuss her book The Successful Woman’s Mindset. Guests at the event eagerly listened to her advice and recommendations. Whether by using lessons from her book or from her motivating lessons, she is known for helping raise the productivity of others.

She began her successful career as a commercial real estate broker where she has sold over $700 million in commercial property in Las Vegas over the past 25+ years. After enjoying a very lucrative career as a real estate expert, She began to experience sleepless nights with racing thoughts. As a then working single mother of three, she wanted to find a way to support women, and returned to college at the age of 37. She earned a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northcentral University and graduated with honors. Galit began a one-woman mission to empower, inspire and motivate others to believe in themselves.

Here is to women making a positive difference in the world today.

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Sean Hayes, Eric McCormack, Kim Cattrall Scheduled for Tribeca Festival 2023 Audio Storytelling



The 2023 Tribeca Festival, presented by OKX, has announced its audio storytelling lineup, including 18 world premieres from independent and established narrative audio creators and 11 “Live-from-Tribeca” events. This year’s Festival, which takes place June 7-18, will highlight its audio storytelling selection from June 12-16, connecting creators and listeners in-person at Tribeca.

The lineup includes 11 “Live-from-Tribeca” events, from exclusive conversations with audio creators to live tapings of hit shows, such as an audio artists panel hosted by Avery Trufelman (Articles of Interest, 99% Invisible); a live taping of Crooked Media’s Pod Save America with guest co-host Alex Wagner; a 25th anniversary rewatch event of Will & Grace followed by a live taping of SmartLess Media’s Just Jack & Will featuring Sean Hayes and Eric McCormack; a live taping of Selected Shorts with New York Times Bestselling author Roxane Gay; a live taping of New York Times Audio’s Modern Love with Kim Cattrall; and a live taping of Sonic Union’s Perreo 101 followed by a musical performance by Cuban artists Yotuel and Beatriz Luengo.

Additionally, the 2023 Audio Storytelling program showcases 16 official selections, including eight from independent creators and eight from established creators–evenly divided between fiction and narrative nonfiction series. World premieres from independent audio creators include the fiction series The Fabulists and These Were Humans, as well as the narrative nonfiction series Abridged and Magic on a Winter’s Night. World premieres from established creators include The Unmarked Graveyard: Stories from Hart Island (Radio Diaries and Radiotopia from PRX), Free from Desire (Paradiso), The Very Worst Thing That Could Possibly Happen (Wolf at the Door Studios), and Dreamtown: The Story of Adelanto (Crooked Media). Official selections will be previewed at the Emerging Audio Artists Panel hosted by a special guest and the Established Audio Artists Panel hosted by Avery Trufelman, and available the following day at and @TribecaAudio.

Audible is the audio entertainment sponsor of the 2023 Tribeca Festival. It celebrates the Tribeca creative community and showcases bold creators who develop innovative, cinematic audio entertainment.

The Tribeca Festival is curated by Festival Director and VP of Programming Cara Cusumano, Artistic Director Frédéric Boyer; VP of Programming Sharon Badal and VP of Shorts Programming Ben Thompson; Senior Programmers Liza Domnitz, Faridah Gbadamosi, and Jarod Neece; Programmers José F. Rodriguez, Casey Baron, Jason Gutierrez, and Jonathan Penner; VP of Games and Immersive Casey Baltes and Immersive Curator Ana Brzezińska; Curator of Audio Storytelling Davy Gardner; Music Programmer Vincent Cassous; EVP of Artist Relations Nancy Lefkowitz and VP of Artist Relations Meredith Mohr; and Chief Content Officer Paula Weinstein, along with a team of associate programmers.

The full audio storytelling lineup is detailed below. For more updates on programming follow @TribecaAudio on Twitter and @Tribeca and #Tribeca2023 on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Purchase passes for the 2023 Tribeca Festival at


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Natasha Bedingfield Thrills at Frederick Anderson’s Nebula Fashion Show



We love the nightlife!

 Frederick Anderson Resort 2024 Fashion Show Featuring Natasha Bedingfield at Nebula in New York, NY on May 24, 2023. (Photo by David Warren /Sipa​ USA)

The thrill of old-school New York City energy came out swinging in a glorious way last week during Frederick Anderson’s 2024 Resort collection presentation.

 Frederick Anderson Resort 2024 Fashion Show Featuring Natasha Bedingfield at Nebula in New York, NY on May 24, 2023 with Nicole Miller and Mayor Eric Adams. (Photo by David Warren /Sipa​ USA)

On May 24, pop sensation Natasha Bedingfield opened up the beautiful runway at the fantastic hotspot Nebula in Midtown Manhattan. Wearing a bold crochet dress by the designer, the music matched her luxurious look and set the tone for an electric night.

Frederick Anderson and Natasha Bedingfield at Frederick Anderson Resort 2024 Fashion Show Featuring Natasha Bedingfield at Nebula in New York, NY on May 24, 2023. (Photo by David Warren /Sipa​USA)

The 33-look collection was seen by a chic and notable group of uptown clients and downtown personalities including Mayor Eric Adams, Nebula owner Richie Romero, Nicole Miller, Peter Som, Young Paris, Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin and Janna Bullock amongst well-heeled crowd.


Photos by David Warren


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