Clay was articulate and knowledgeable and added new insights about the problem. Clay was on for almost 10 minutes and he and Joy seemed to enjoy the conversation.
The Joy Behar Show just celebrated one year of broadcast. The show has increased viewership of HLN’s 9pm timeslot by 14% over last year.
If you missed Clay on the show, the following video should help you out. It is Clay’s part of the Tuesday night show.
Playbill is a magazine in the United States that covers the field of performing arts. Established in 1884, Playbill now serves theatre in most major American cities. In recent years, Playbill has added many of the nation’s prestigious performing arts organizations including Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Opera, and the San Francisco Symphony. Playbill is one of the largest consumer magazines, distributing an average of over three and a half million copies each month.
Playbill Fun Facts:
- Circulation is 3.9 million a month. Playbill is in about 100 theatres in 24 cities across the country.
- Playbill is a family business-it was founded by Frank Strauss and remained in his family for over 70 years. Bought by Arthur Birsh in 1974 it has remained in the Birsh family ever since.
- Playbill.com was founded in 1994 they celebrate their 16th anniversary this year!
On October 19, 2010, Playbill.com published an interesting article featuring Clay Aiken and his work with Trick or Treat For UNICEF. The well-written article covers some history of the Trick or Treat For UNICEF program. Did you know that it is 60 years old?
Clay also recounted one of his favorite Halloweens in Raleigh. When Clay was in 4th grade, he had a haunted house in his backyard. There were hundreds of visitors who came to see the ghouls and ghosts. Clay said that he was the greeter and because he was not of fan of ghosts, he wore a clown costume. Even in 4th grade, Clay did his own thing!!
The article is full of lots of fun and loads of great information about the UNICEF program. I hope you will read the entire article at Playbill.com
Today is Spirit Day. Created by Brittany McMillan in memory of the young adults and teens that have committed suicide after gay bullying, GLAAD is sponsoring the day. Brittany got the idea of the day by mirroring “Spirit Week” which is held in many schools. The saying for the day is……Everyone Rally Together.
It’s really easy to participate…..there is no meetings or rallies….just:
Wear Purple on October 20 for Spirit Day!
For more information, visit GLAAD