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Anyone who knows me understands just how much time I spend in the salon and on the road (how else would I get to meet you?). But at this juncture in my life, I’m also really good about carving out time for myself--which I think everyone should do in order to maintain a healthy dose of balance and calm.
In addition to teaching color workshops and seeing clients in NYC, here’s what I’m looking forward to this summer…
Can. Not. Wait. to see this movie. It’s a comedy starring Judy Dench and Bill Nighy (the actor from Love Actually), about a group of British retirees who decide to plant themselves in a restored hotel in India. Apparently, the place is no Four Seasons…
I’ve heard plenty of people dismiss the Broadway show as mass-market trash, but no one’s going to stop me from seeing this big, fat ode to 1987, starring Tom Cruise as rock legend, Stacie Jaxx. It doesn’t matter what the movie’s about, because the entire story is told through the music of Foreigner, Journey, Def Leppard, Poison, and Reo Speedwagon. It opens June 15th. I’ll be the one at the front of the line.
If you want to know where I am on the first Thursday of every month at 11 p.m., chances are it’s listening to this amazing Rolling Stones tribute band at the Red Lion in the Village. The digs are modest (think: divey sports-bar-meets-music-venue); the onion rings stellar (eat with Tabasco); and the music is just so much fun. If you show up an hour earlier, you’ll get to hear No Mersey, a classic-rock cover band that does serious justice to The Beatles.
I can’t remember the last time a play got this much, well, play. It’s a Tony-nominated sexy comedy, starring Hugh Dancy and Nina Arianda; and it’s been sweeping audiences off their feet since it opened last year. I’m counting the minutes ‘til show time.
I love this summer series put on by the New York Philharmonic. Bring a cooler and a picnic basket, and set up shop on the Great Lawn in Central Park, where you’ll listen to beautiful Mozart or Tchaikovsky under the stars. The perfect New- York minute.