20.03.2012 [BestWeekEver.tv (satire)] - Rihanna with a mustache is basically Prince, and John Waters looks exactly the same. But Tom Selleck. Dammmmn. Those tiny lil eyebrow staches are legit sweeping me off my feet. I honestly don't know if I'm woman enough for all that man, but I'm willing
20.03.2012 [Irish Independent] - He states the following: "John Waters very rarely appears on RTE, even though he offers a very distinct and provocative voice on many issues. When is the last time you heard or saw Kevin Myers on anything? Or Catholic commentator Breda O'Brien?
22.03.2012 [PopMatters] - Robert Maier takes up this challenge in his recent memoir Low Budget Hell: Making Underground Movies with John Waters. Like Waters, Maier grew up in Baltimore and early on, he had an interest in the counter culture. He was in a band with his friends in
22.03.2012 [nwitimes.com] - Nick has also appeared on Broadway in John Waters' "Cry-Baby" at the Marquis Theater in New York. He also wrote the musical "Glory Days," which premiered at Arlington's Signature Theatre and opened on Broadway in May 2007 at Circle-in-the-Square
22.03.2012 [Boston.com] - BACK TO BALTIMORE: Dean College opens its production of the Broadway musical “Hairspray,'' a campy homage to 1960s Baltimore based on the 1988 film by John Waters, at 6:30 pm Tuesday in the Campus Center's Main Stage Theatre, 99 Main St. in Franklin.
22.03.2012 [ensentidocontrario.com] - A lo largo de sus veintiséis ediciones el evento ha sido anfitrión de grandes artistas como Gus Van Sant, John Waters, Kenneth Anger, Gregg Araki, Epstein & Friedman, James Ivory, Claudia Cardinale, Eytan Fox, Derek Jarman y Christophe Honoré.
21.03.2012 [Orlando Sentinel] - Hairspray, with music by Marc Shaiman, lyrics by Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman and book by Mark O'Donnell and Thomas Meehan, is based on the 1988 John Waters film of the same name, which features 1960's style dance music. The story takes place in 1962
14.03.2012 [Crave Online] - Is Nature Calls the first scripted comedy you've gotten that's as wild as your sense of humor is? Yeah, it's pretty out there, huh? Well, I did John Waters' A Dirty Shame. John Waters is the apex for me. I'm still trying to get out there.
15.03.2012 [Napa Valley Register] - The 15th annual Sonoma International Film Festival, April 11-15, will pay tribute to innovative filmmaker John Waters, hosting the American director, author, actor and photographer on April 14, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Building.
17.03.2012 [Tribeca Citizen] - This program includes memorable footage of Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Jane Monheit, Sarah Vaughan, Tony Bennett, Joe Williams and Anita O'Day.” John Waters (yes, that John Waters) is bringing his one-man show to City Winery.
15.03.2012 [Houston Press (blog)] - 15 2012 at 11:00 AM Warning: This article contains direct quotes from John Waters. Offense is imminent beyond this point. If there is a Hell, then the doorman has the same grin that John Waters had when he walked onto the stage.
28.02.2012 [Baltimore Sun (blog)] - From Renee Fleming to Claire Bloom and John Waters, from Wagner's "Ring" to a new symphony by Christopher Rouse and a lot of classic film scores, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's 2012-2013 season promises a notably diverse and interesting diet.
02.03.2012 [LehighValleyLive.com] - By Dustin Schoof | The Express-Times View full sizeContributed PhotoFilmmaker John Waters will appear Thursday at the State Theatre in Easton. Filmmaker John Waters remembers the Lehigh Valley well. He filmed scenes for his first major studio film
08.03.2012 [Westword (blog)] - 8 2012 at 8:01 AM What's John Waters's favorite movie-watching snack? In anticipation of "An Evening With John Waters at the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design this weekend, we asked the famed filmmaker several questions submitted by Westword
06.03.2012 [Westword (blog)] - My parents also raised me on John Waters films. A lot of them. Maybe this doesn't mean that my parents were weird so much as that they were, well, what I lovingly refer to as intellectual white trash. But when I popped a VHS of Cry Baby into the VCR at
15.03.2012 [Caymanian Compass] - The Cayman Drama Society has started the 2012 season with a bang and its first major production is “Hairspray” – originally a John Waters film in the late 1980s and adapted for Broadway where it went on to win eight Tony awards, including Best Musical.
21.03.2012 [Reverb] - And it was a lightning storm compared to the playful but rushed tone of John Waters' RMCAD show a couple weeks back. Sure, Shatner's a born performer with decades of experience, but anything less than a tour-de-force would have negated the ticket price
20.03.2012 [KQED (blog)] - If you haven't seen "Plagues & Pleasures," narrated by John Waters, put that on your list of Docs to Watch. pronto. This is a place that inspires filmmakers and scientists and people prone to fixing things that appear to be broken.
01.03.2012 [Campus Technology] - By Jennifer Demski In John Q. Netizen, writer John Waters explored what it means to be a digital citizen, and examined how higher education should prepare students to assume the mantle of citizenship. It's not a subject confined to higher ed, though.
19.03.2012 [Vanity Fair] - “I'd say that all of my writings are autobiographical but not always about childhood, although I do like to write about childhood,” says Oliver, who looks a bit like Steve Buscemi playing the role of John Waters. Of youth, he adds with a laugh
25.02.2012 [GalleristNY] - Elton John stopped by and chatted with John Waters. Actors—or rather, celebrities—showed up in full force to check out the nearly sold-out show. Mr. Waters, Russell Simmons, Vidal Sassoon, as well as former Academy Awards producer Brett Ratner were