Paul Kandel
American actor
Paul Kandel
Paul Kandel is an American musical theatre actor and tenor singer best known for his work as the Gypsy leader Clopin in the 1996 Disney film The Hunchback of Notre Dame. He also has appeared on Broadway a number of times, having appeared in Jesus Christ Superstar as King Herod, Titanic, The Who's Tommy, and The Visit.
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A NIGHT WITH GEORGE Opens First Irish 2011 Festival - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
Written and directed by Sharon Fogarty, it features the great Ruth Maleczech, and the Tony nominated Paul Kandel. Music by Carter Burwell. (11 performances from September 14 to 25 at PS 122) The Mint Theatre's presents the American premiere of
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Paul Kandel, Ruth Maleczech to Star in Mabou Mines' Lucia's Chapters - TheaterMania.com
Google News - over 5 years
Paul Kandel and Ruth Maleczech will star in Mabou Mines' Lucia's Chapters of Coming Forth By Day, to be presented at the company's home space on the second floor of PS 122, September 14-25, with an opening on September 18. Sharon Fogarty has written
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Arts, Briefly
NYTimes - about 11 years
Sharon Aide to Help Market 'Munich' in Israel Steven Spielberg, right, has hired one of the top strategic advisers to the Israeli prime minister, Ariel Sharon, to market ''Munich,'' his new film about Israel's retaliation for the Palestinian attack on its team at the 1972 Munich Olympics, Reuters reported. Eyal Arad, who was heavily involved with
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FRINGE FESTIVAL REVIEWS; A Skewer of Lamb (Got Any Chianti?)
NYTimes - over 11 years
''Silence! The Musical'' winks so hard it's nearly blind. Taking large swatches of Ted Tally's film script for the Oscar-winning 1991 thriller ''The Silence of the Lambs'' and weaving in intentionally cheesy songs and dishy asides, the librettist Hunter Bell and songwriters Jon and Al Kaplan miss as many opportunities for laughs as they hit. The
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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK; Out on the Fringe, Sometimes Beyond It
NYTimes - over 11 years
There may be a few poor souls who never get their 15 minutes of fame, but everyone, eventually, works on a show at the New York International Fringe Festival -- or at least, it seems that way if you spend time downtown in August. In its ninth year, the festival, beginning today and running through Aug. 28, features artists from all corners of the
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Paid Notice: Deaths BYSTRYN, SARA
NYTimes - about 14 years
BYSTRYN-Sara. Died on January 17, 2003. Beloved wife of the late Iser, she is survived by her children Jean-Claude (Marcia) and Denise Kandel (Eric); her grandchildren Paul Kandel (Emily), Minouche Kandel (Rick), Anne and Alex and her great-grandchildren Allison, Libby, Izak and Maya. Her involvement in the French Jewish Resistance helped to save
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THEATER; Showing the Humor In a Dickens Ghost
NYTimes - about 14 years
IF you've been to see ''A Christmas Carol'' at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in the last eight years, then you've already seen Paul Kandel as Jacob Marley's ghost. He's the one who looks like Beetlejuice, but dragging more psychic baggage, not to mention a chain wrap adorned with strongboxes. His spiky wig and prosthetic nose and chin
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THEATER REVIEW; Scrooge's Benign Tendencies Slip Out
NYTimes - about 14 years
Misanthropy without menace characterizes F. Murray Abraham's portrayal as the Scrooge of the year in the ninth season of ''A Christmas Carol'' at the Theater at Madison Square Garden. Mr. Abraham, best known for his Oscar-winning portrayal of the envious composer Antonio Salieri in ''Amadeus'' in 1984, plays the pre-reformation Scrooge here as a
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THEATER; A One-Woman Cast Of Many Characters
NYTimes - about 15 years
IN the Mabou Mines production of ''Peter and Wendy,'' Karen Kandel as the narrator sits down with J. M. Barrie's ''Peter Pan,'' and as the characters in the story and the objects in her playroom come to life in the hands of seven puppeteers, she provides all the speaking voices in a performance that has been called ''an aural tour de force.'' A Los
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THEATER REVIEW; Once Again, Banishing Hate And 'Humbug'
NYTimes - about 15 years
What a difference a Scrooge makes. In the annual changing of the cad that is a characteristic of the musical version of ''A Christmas Carol'' at the Theater at Madison Square Garden, the English-born Tim Curry has been installed in the role of the miserly businessman who learns at last that there is more to life -- much more -- than money and
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THEATER REVIEW; A Holiday Standard by You-Know-Who
NYTimes - about 16 years
Charles Dickens loved the theater. He enjoyed the company of its actors and impresarios. He wrote plays. And he was never more happy than when on the stage as a performer himself. So it is only natural to wonder how he would respond to the adaptation of ''A Christmas Carol'' that has been a seasonal fixture at the Theater at Madison Square Garden
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THEATER REVIEW; Superstar Or Not, 'Jesus' Returns
NYTimes - almost 17 years
People who always insist that where there's smoke there's fire probably haven't spent much time at the theater. Whenever artificially generated clouds of gray start drifting moodily across a stage, abrading the eyes and throats of the audience while bringing to mind spook houses at school carnivals, it's usually an indication that the flame of
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THEATER REVIEW; Stepping Away From Rock Into Another Kind of Role
NYTimes - about 18 years
Who's that on the stage of the Theater at Madison Square Garden? It's Roger Daltrey of the Who, that's who. As the Garden's version of Charles Dickens's ''Christmas Carol'' returns for a fifth season, Mr. Daltrey has stepped off his rock-and-roll pedestal and into the shoes of the immortal master miser Ebenezer Scrooge. As an actor, Mr. Daltrey, in
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THEATER REVIEW; A Victorian Skinflint Who's Liberal at Heart
NYTimes - over 19 years
In some parts of this county and abroad, Ebenezer Scrooge, as played by Roddy McDowall in this year's version of ''A Christmas Carol'' at the Theater at Madison Square Garden, could get himself elected to high office. After all, the man is firmly opposed to the welfare state handouts that are troubling so many economies. He favors prisons and
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Prisoners in Their Home, Facing the Twin Ravages of Plague and Power
NYTimes - almost 20 years
The child is faceless. She has pulled her skirt up her over head, something that little girls are not, of course, unknown to do. But in this case, the image isn't playful. There is instead the sense that what is before us is only a body, a disquieting feeling confirmed by the first words she speaks, ''What are you doing out of your grave?'' So
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Opening the Gate To a Code of Ethics
NYTimes - about 20 years
Fidelity Investments, the nation's largest mutual fund company, did an about-face late last month when it announced that it would provide a summary of its code of ethics to shareholders who asked for one. The company also revised several provisions in the code, effective Jan. 1. Fidelity employees will be barred from selling any individual
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Singing Ghosts and Indoor Snow: Must Be Dickens
NYTimes - about 20 years
''A Christmas Carol'' has returned to Madison Square Garden, looking much as it did last year. Same clever sets by Tony Walton that could have come out of a pop-up children's book. Same evocative costumes by William Ivey Long that turn Marley's Ghost and the other ghouls into a Day-Glo chain gang. Same peppy choreography by Susan Stroman that
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FILM REVIEW;The Dancing Gargoyles Romp and Wisecrack
NYTimes - over 20 years
Having explored so many other avenues in the world of animation, Disney tries something new: self-parody. Or so it often seems during "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," the latest and most uncertain of Disney's animated efforts, with its manic mood swings and cloying, none-too-cuddly hero. In a film that bears conspicuous, eager resemblances to other
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THEATER REVIEW;'Christmas Carol' Flows From Stage to Lobby
NYTimes - about 21 years
Charles Dickens as librettist and Alan Menken as composer are not a combination to be taken lightly. So the meeting of the 19th-century author of such a perennial crowd pleaser as "A Christmas Carol" and the 20th-century composer of such Disney megahits as "Beauty and the Beast" and "Aladdin" merits serious attention. If their union in "A Christmas
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RECORDINGS VIEW; In the 90's, 'Tommy' Plays a Fancier Pinball
NYTimes - over 23 years
When The Who released its rock opera "Tommy" in 1969, people who didn't like it criticized the ambitious double album as bombastic, pretentious and obvious. Who'd have thought that these are exactly the qualities that would make the Broadway version a smash in 1993? While it was a huge commercial success, the original "Tommy" has always seemed
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Paul Kandel
    FORTIES
  • 1993
    Age 42
    Kandel received a nomination for the 1993 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of Uncle Ernie in The Who's Tommy.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1951
    Age 0
    Born on February 15, 1951.
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