E: How about the current vibe and sense of camaraderie among the cast?
Naomi Grossman: It’s great! Even better than “Asylum.” Because with “Asylum,” we’d work, then just go home, back to our normal lives. Whereas here, we’re stuck with each other! We’re each other’s co-workers and social life. Fortunately, everyone’s really supportive and awesome. The other day, I visited one of the “freaks” who happened to be in the hospital. This is her first time doing something theatrical— before this, she’d only done documentaries about her condition. I opened the hospital door, and there stood Jessica Lange and Sarah Paulson. I thought, how cool, to have that range of people in a room: from Emmy winners, to nominees, to people like me, to people who were working at the Grease Monkey before this. So yeah, the camaraderie’s pretty awesome. [x]
Magazine covers of Lana Del Rey
"Dino [De Laurentiis] said I’m going to be the next Marilyn Monroe, and that really upsets me. She was a tragic figure who led a tragic life and who wasn’t taken as the serious artist she was. I don’t want to compete with her memory or with anyone." — Jessica Lange, 1976
Marilyn photographed by Douglas Kirkland / Jessica photographed by Douglas Kirkland
So, hey… Some of you are aware that I recorded an album of original songs over the summer and have been working tirelessly to make it into an actual CD that you can get and listen to… Well, it’s finally starting to fall into place. I’m a few weeks from this thing being released, and today I am releasing the first official VIDEO supporting the album.
I hope you dig it.
It just totally upsets me that Obama, a communist, made ObamaCare instead of making the Affordable Care Act. That was a better idea. He should have done that.