You’ve heard about baseball or even rock and roll fantasy camps, but what about those who dream of being a part of a Broadway production? Now those dreams are coming true thanks to a woman who followed her dreams to make that happen.
At 100 years old, Connie Sawyer is the world’s oldest working actress, and she has no plans of slowing down. We catch up with this Hollywood legend to find out about going on auditions at 100 and the one film role she still regrets.
Soap star Tina Sloan explains why it takes courage to be natural these days. Find out why she’s breaking all the rules in Hollywood by not being afraid to look her age.
Performance artist Rachel Rosenthal is an artistic visionary who has been pushing boundaries for decades, and the age of 83, she’s more passionate than ever about why she believes the arts are so important to all of us.
At 70 years old, Kathryn Joosten is a celebrated actress — she’s won two Emmy awards and received critical acclaim for her roles on TV shows like “Scrubs,” “The West Wing” and “Desperate Housewives.” But it was a dream that almost didn’t happen.
Wouldn’t it be fun to be in the spotlight just because you look like somebody else? And get paid for it, too? Take :60 and see how famous faces are cashing in.
Molly Conole believes she’s found the secret to staying energetic, enthusiastic and curious. She says her job as a children’s TV show host opened her eyes to a message that applies to us all.
They say the older the fiddle, the sweeter the tune. And when it comes to “Hats! The Musical,” that’s truer than ever. See how a group of Red Hatters are redefining what it means to be a woman over the age of 50.
She made her Broadway debut at the age of 81 and says it was worth the wait.
There are very few full-time marionette theaters in the country. One of these theaters is dedicated to keeping the vanishing art alive. See why they believe puppetry is not only still relevant but even more necessary in these high-tech times.