Interviews with Betty Buckley
Betty Buckley In Thriller ‘SPLIT’ And Thrilling On ‘Story Songs’
April 19, 2017
Betty Buckley is an award-winning actress of stage and screen. She won a Tony Award for her performance as Grizabella in the original Broadway production of CATS. From 1977 to 1981 she played on the ABC series Eight is Enough.
She joins us today to discuss her work in M. Night Shyamalan’s recent thriller, SPLIT (which is available this week from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment on Blu-ray and DVD) AND her new record, Story Songs – which was released last Friday by Palmetto Records.
Conversations with Creative Women
By Chad Dougatz
April 18, 2017
Betty Buckley in a word – omigod! The Tony award-winning Broadway legend, whose stage, screen, television and concert career has spanned more than 5 decades, talks about life in the limelight and away from the maddening crowd at her Texas retreat. You won’t want to miss our conversation with the woman dubbed “The Voice of Broadway.”
Betty Buckley is Back and Better Than Ever
Keith Price’s Curtain Call
April 17, 2017
Somedays when you do this kind of thing, you get the fortune of connecting with really great people whose work you may have admired or somehow has influenced you. I have been blessed to have that connection with the Tony Award winning, Grammy Award nominee, Betty Buckley. I first met Ms. Betty Lynn, when she was on a CD promotional tour for GHOSTLIGHT. She and I have maintained wonderful rapport since that first meeting. I see her as often as I can when she is performing, and we follow and comment on each other’s social media. It’s a wonderful time.
Betty Buckley Chats New Album on Build Series
April 17, 2017
The BUILD Series welcomed Tony Award winner Betty Buckley last week to talk about hernew albums, “Story Songs.” Watch clips from the interview below!
Best known by fans for her performance in CATS, Buckley is now also relishing a hit movie and a powerful new live double album, “Story Songs,” which she introduced on set at the BUILD Studio. Through an immersive live and unedited experience, audience members were able to get a sense of Buckley’s diverse artistic leanings and also hear her thoughts on balancing a career in New York while living in Texas, Howard DaSilva’s tribute song and more.