Whispers: With Gina Glickman-Giordan

According to the newest Bravo Housewife of NYC Aviva Drescher you won’t ever see her tipsy and bottomless in public like some of her other cast-mates. Aviva, who YES, is related to “The Nanny” star, Fran Dresher (they are first cousins by marriage), admitted she loves to attend events out East but, you will never see the mother of four tipsy or out of control. The reality star revealed, “I’m the anti-party housewife. You won’t see me getting drunk or arriving at a party without my pants on! I’m not a partier at all!” Aviva says she prefers to function by getting eight hours of sleep and limit her alcohol intake. Drescher, who lost part of her leg in a farming accident opted to do the show to prove people living with disabilities like a prosthetic leg or arm can live a normal, fabulous life! Prior to the starring on RHONYC Aviva said, “Did I watch the show? Not religiously. I wish I had studied it because maybe I would have a better situation now.” Drenchers’ favorite housewife before and after starring in the series is Countess Luann de Lesseps, “I thought she really always looked the best and sounded the best and came off the best. By coincidence I also happened to know her, prior to the show. I really thought she came off very well. Very dignified.”

This is the last weekend you can experience Guild Hall’s rendition of the 1964 Broadway show LUV. Murray Schisgal’s version at the John Drew Theater is getting rave reviews. It’s directed by Lonnie Price and stars Kahan James, Broadway’s Jennifer Regan and Obie winner Robert Stanton. Regan is a seasoned pro having starred in Born Yesterday and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Regan told me, “LUV is great fun! I get caught in a love triangle with both of these guys! Not a bad gig getting to roll around with James and Stanton for the past 25 performances.” When it comes to the pre show sentiment, “break a leg,” Robert Stanton gives the saying a whole new meaning… Just a few weeks ago, the actor took a fall mid performance and bashed his head on a park bench center stage. Despite having to clean up spurts of blood coming through a gash on his head in between acts, he made it through and finished the show. Post performance he was rushed to Southampton Hospital where he endured several staples to close the three-inch gash on his scalp. Tune into IN THE MIXX on VVH-TV this Saturday at 11 a.m. and 10 p.m. for an exclusive interview with the entire cast, as they reveal all the entertaining backstage antics and what’s next for this all-star cast.

 

 

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