Virtual Conversation: Constance Towers

August 27, 2020

Constance Towers is a woman of many gifts. She is a star of Broadway, motion pictures, and television who is particularly remembered for her starring role opposite Yul Brynner in the Broadway production of The King and I. She appears often on many television shows including Cold Case, Criminal Minds, LA Law, Frasier, Caroline in the City, 1600 Penn, Alone Together, and many… Continue reading →

Bobby Rydell: Virtual Conversation

August 20, 2020

New York – Aug 18, 2020 Born Robert Ridarelli on April 26, 1942, in South Philadelphia, Bobby Rydell showed his musical ability at an early age, playing drums professionally at the age of 9. He appeared on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand in 1959, and went on to sell more than 25 million records during his… Continue reading →

Art Restoration Reveal

August 7, 2020

8-6-2020 The Lambs Foundation board has approved a long-term art conservation program to restore and protect our valuable collection. The collection has items going back to the 1700’s, and the collection’s portraits of past members is a virtual Who’s Who of American theater. Inspired by Lamb Christiana Cunningham-Adams, a well established conservator who donated her… Continue reading →

Virtual Conversation with Marion Ross

August 6, 2020

August 5 – 2020 – New York Millions of fans know Marion Ross for her 11-year portrayal as ‘Mrs. C” on Happy Days. Her fist love is the stage, and she has recieved critical acclaim for her Broadway and National Tour, with Jean Stapleton, in Arsenic and Old Lace, and the National Tour of Steel Magnolias. Last spring she played the… Continue reading →