Julie Bovasso




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  1. He also studied with playwright and actor Julie Bovasso, with Nikos Psacharapolous, who founded the prestigious Williamstown Theatre Festival, and briefly at the American Academy of Dramatic Art. As an actor, he worked regionally with Trinity Repertory 
  2. You can eat dinner every night in the very dining room where John Travolta said one of his most famous lines: “Will you just watch the hair?!” The Brooklyn home from 1977's “Saturday Night Fever” recently hit the market, and some lucky person or family


Julie's Famous Chocolate Chip Cookies (baking soda, brown sugar, butter, eggs, flour, salt, semisweet chocolate chips, vanilla extract, sugar)

Julie's Spam Spread (eggs, mayonnaise, sweet pickle relish, spam, onions)

Julie's Guacamole (avocado, garlic powder, garlic salt, kosher salt, lime juice, mayonnaise, chili powder, onions, hot sauce, tomato)

Julie's Bean Dip or Refried Beans (cheddar cheese, cream cheese, enchilada sauce, green onion, refried beans, sour cream, onions, tomato)


Julie Bovasso - Wikipedia
Life and career. Bovasso was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in the Bensonhurst neighborhood of that borough, the daughter of Angela Mary (née Padovani) and ...

Amazon.com: Moonstruck: Cher, Nicolas Cage, Olympia ...
Amazon.com: Moonstruck: Cher, Nicolas Cage, Olympia Dukakis, Danny Aiello, Vincent Gardenia, Julie Bovasso, John Mahoney, Louis Guss, Feodor Chaliapin Jr., Anita ...

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Amazon.com: Staying Alive: John Travolta, Cynthia Rhodes, Finola Hughes, Steve Inwood, Julie Bovasso, Charles Ward, Steve Bickford, Patrick Brady, Norma Donaldson ...


NYC - East Village: Hamilton-Holly House
The large town house at 4 St. Mark’s Place, also known as the Hamilton-Holly House, was constructed in 1831 in the Federal style. Built by speculation, as was the entire block, by Thomas E. Davis, it was sold to Col. Alexander Hamilton, son of the late Secretary of Treasury in 1833. For the next nine years, he and his wife, Eliza, his sister, Eliza Hamilton Holly, and her husband, Sidney, and his mother, Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton, the senior Hamilton's widow called this home. Actress-manager Julie Bovasso established and directed the 132-seat Tempo Playhouse here in 1955, where she is credited with the American premieres of works by Jean Genet, Eugene Ionesco, and Michel de Ghelderode. In 1957, the front portion of the first story opened as the Pyramid Gallery. The theater was known in 1958 as the Pyramid Theater. In 1959, the Key Theater was established here by Nils L. Cruz and Robert E. Judge. By 1961, the building housed three sculptors’ studios. From 1961-67, it was...

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