That opening, where it looked like Kimmel was delivering his monologue to an actual audience, took weeks to prepare and choreograph. Some viewers were quite confused when the Emmy Awards opened, and it looked like Kimmel was cracking jokes to a roomful of celebrities, like any other year.
And we were going in with a deficit of not having that. I gotta tell you, just going into Staples Center was kind of depressing, even though it was necessary for the safety of everybody. But we still wanted to have that feeling of a live show and with audience reaction. Are they not there? And pulling all those clips and making sure it sounded right. And then people laugh. And so thankfully, we had some great editors that helped make that sound realistic.
The crew handing out Emmy trophies in Hazmat suits worked better than expected, as producers figured out strategically how to place them near as many nominees as possible.
They have this big night. And then one minute before, they learned if they had the winning Emmy on them, and then brought it into the room and delivered it to the winner.
But every nominee had someone in a Hazmat suit stalking their house. That was pre taped in New York but then he we had him shoot every winner. And that the magic box actually opened and worked twice was quite a feat. The death on Friday of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gave the producers pause, as they figured out how to acknowledge the tragic passing. Vedder invited Custers and her husband to his next concert, in Brussels, and this time Het Parool tagged along. After the show the couple went backstage, where Vedder and Custers finally reunited.
And just as he said he would, Vedder recognized her face. Wolfe encourages his actors to contribute to their roles and the show in total: "Everybody in the cast, they have secrets.
We all have secrets having lived on the planet. We know things about love, and loss, and our parents, and our children, and our dogs, and what really matters, and what doesn't matter.
And if you can create the correct environment, everybody brings all of that. George C. Wolfe spent more than a year transforming "Shuffle Along"'s script from into something new - sharpening the original plot about a less-than-honest mayoral election in a place called Jimtown, USA, and also telling the behind-the-scenes story of the real-life actors and writers whose lives changed because of the musical's success.
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