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Q -"I would like to ask you if you could have imagined that Rock Follies would become a cult subject still popular after all this time, or did you treat the project as 'just another job' at the time. I would have thought it may have been a big break for you and the other actors on the show. A - I always had the feeling that what we were involved with was either going to be a very special thing, or it was going to disappear down the tubes - I never felt there would be any in-between.
As far as 'cults' go- their very nature makes them unpredictable. I had been at the Bristol Old Vic for three and a half years and done a play at Greenwich, a few TV's and a David Mercer film with Tony Hopkins so, I knew that if things went well for the show it would be a 'big' break for me. Immediately after the second series was finished I chose to go to the Royal Shakespeare Company which I have never regretted.
However, I wonder if my career would have been at all different if I had hung out for TV and film work - who knows? Q - "When a show like RF has made such an impression on so many people, it makes the fans want to follow the actors in all their future roles, so we still all today want to know what you and the others are working on etc. A - I have worked in theatre at the National Theatre as a leading actress on and off since , worked a few times in the West End pressure!!!
I've done a fair bit of TV, but not a lot I'm thrilled about, and a few movies - 'The Krays' was probably the most enjoyable to make. And the director, Peter Medak, was a crazy Hungarian and great to work with; he made that most English of movies 'The Ruling Class' with Peter O'toole which always amazed me!
Having just finished a new Dusty Hughes play at the Donmar last May, I did a bit on an amazing BBC film, directed by the very special Antonia Bird, called 'Care' - about the appalling case of widespread sexual abuse in Welsh child-care homes.
It was the kind of work that any actor would be proud to be a part of. Immediately after filming that I moved here to California. It's like starting all over again, and after 30 years, that's a bit scary! But the sunshine is soooooooo great and I wanted an adventure to launch me into the next part of my life. Doing a geographic was very scary, but I've had it with England for a while.
And change is growth. Q - "Are you still friends with Julie and Rula and would you like to see the series repeated for a whole new audience? A - Ru and I have known each other since drama school days in the late '60's. She remains one of a handful of cherished friends. She is warm, caring, loyal and a great laugh! She doesn't work nearly as much as she should, but that's the story for most actresses the other side of 40!
I don't hear from Julie any more, so I have no idea what she's up to. Yes, I would love to see the show aired again. With so many re-runs of '70's shows, I have no idea why no-one has done it. Want to start a campaign? Q - "I had a bet with someone that you were on 'Queer as Folk' A - Sorry, but you're a loser!
I worked with one of the stars - Craig - at the Donmar last year. That's the nearest I got! A - The producers tried out endless combinations of trios. I had seven auditions in all, until the three of us were told we'd got it one Saturday morning in a rehearsal room in Ladbroke Grove!
The day before, my agent called me to say the only problem the producers had with me was that I wasn't "pretty enough". What other profession was quite as blatantly sexist, and continues to be, particularly TV and films. Women over 40 are not thought of as the fascinating, beautiful, funny, sexy people we are.
And I can tell you, that as an insecure 24 year-old, hung up on her body image, long nose, and red hair, that was a real confidence builder, I don't think! I've never forgotten it, only now I understand the broader politics.
So yes, life immitated art, or was it vice-versa? How did you feel to be part of it? A - I recently showed the 12 episodes to my daughter and I was amazed at how little it has dated.
Sure, the clothes etc. I felt great nostalgia for the time and proud to have been a part of it all. Tim is a wonderful friend here in the US - we've been able to re-new our friendship - and I'm so very grateful for that. Another friendship renewed has been with the lovely James Warwick, who moved here in the early '90's and is fast becoming a very successful theatre director on the east coast.
So, the experience has greatly enriched my life in ways I could not have imagined at the time. Q - What are the Little Ladies doing now? Are they Little Grannies? A - Ru has a daughter, Lara, who's training to be a nurse, and I have a daughter, Nancy , who is just about to go to university to read History.
She's the sunshine of my life. I just adored Anna. I think your two boyfriends the first year also suggested that Anna had both a creative and intellectual side, and I really loved both your boyfriends. I was so unhappy when they didn't come back the second year! I was especially unhappy with the loss of Derek, my favorite male character. And what I want to know is this--what became of the actor who played Derek? Why was he written out of the show?
A- I don't think Derek could survive once the women were on the road to fame and fortune. I don't think the story could have gone where it went. That's my opinion - I have no idea why Howard Schumann wrote the character out.
And I don't know where Huggins is today! Q - I was very happy with the outcome for your character, and especially enjoyed her breakdown, which I think did terrifically well. What I would like to know is if you yourself were happy with what happened to Anna. And do you have any sense of what happened to her in the years to come? A - I was perfectly happy to go along with whatever Howard wanted to write.
I have enormous respect for writers, and value the opportunity to collaborate with good ones. Q - Is there any possibility of a Rock Follies reunion show, gathering as many cast members as possible? Unless, of course, the series was re-run and a huge success. In that case, who knows what ideas the profit-focused 'suits' at the TV companies would do?
Q - As an American, I get very, very little information about the Rock Follies, and I just know there must be interesting articles and commentary about them that I am missing. Are there any books or articles analyzing the whole Rock Follies phenomenon that you know about? And speaking of which, I also am unhappy that I didn't get to see your other series in which you also played a rock singer. I would love to have seen that! A - Not as far as I know - Cary's website is the only focal point.
As a result, it really is not of great quality, even though I think it holds up as a show extremely well. I still enjoy watching it. But I am wondering if there is any possibility of a professional videotape of the Rock Follies coming out, which I would love to buy. A - It's not out on commercial video. Join the campaign to get it shown again on UK TV, and who knows what might happen! The series had an enormous impact on me when I was sixteen and I have just had the opportunity to view again at 40!
Please could you let me know your views on the following ;. Q - Since you generated a 1 album why didn't the Little Ladies ever perform live? A - We simply didn't want to become a band, and that's what would have happened - at least that's what we felt. Julie looked like she was going to have a great solo singing career - she was obviously the talent in that department.
Her "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" had been a hit in countries and still remains the best version - eat your heart out Madonna!
I wanted to go on to the RSC. Ru would probably have enjoyed a paddle in that direction - she was always up for anything that sounded like fun! But, personally, it wasn't where I felt my future lay.
Q - Do you know why such a successful series has never been repeated in the UK?. A - As I said earlier, I have no idea. The Pearson Group bought the show from Thames, and have just never let it go out again.
The court case with Rock Bottom was settled, so there are no legal reasons why it can't be shown. Perhaps you could work with the earlier questioner on that campaign! Q - After "No Excuses" I don't think you ever sang for the public again. What was the reason? Q - The song "Little Ladies" is very strong. Why wasn't it included on the album? A - It's on the new CD I think.
Andy and Howard worked on what went on the albums, so you'd have to ask them. I hugely enjoyed your performance second time around.
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The first year we just had one ride, all on pavement, and it was hard to keep everyone together. The second year we planned for road rides and mountain bike rides. In year three we actually had 4 rides, beginner, intermediate and advanced road rides and one mountain bike ride. We tried to plan each ride with mileage that would allow everyone to reconvene for refreshments and socializing about an hour after starting.
It has worked out pretty well with having a leader and a sweep for each ride. Cycling has always been about the heart for me. Depending on where in the world one lives and what economic advantages one has or does not have, the bicycle could mean anything from a means to gain access to health services, to building a business, or a way to affect the environment by choosing an alternative to the automobile.
When women in developing countries have transportation, it blows open the windows of trade for them. When women use bicycles as alternative transportation, children see the value in building infrastructure that is not car-centric.
They also learn to see their neighborhoods in a way no child in a car seat will. When mothers are active and healthy, children are active and healthy. These all sound like huge goals, but it happens. On a smaller scale, all those things are true in my community. Between our correspondences, Lisa was faced with the terrible tragedy of the death of her friend, Laura Woolridge, in a bicycle accident while pre-riding a race course.
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