Next week on As the World Turns, Carly (Maura West) defends herself to Jack (Michael Park) regarding Parker (Mick Hazen), while Vienna (Ewa Da Cruz) gives Henry (Trent Dawson) some surprising news. Meanwhile, Chris (Daniel Cosgrove) makes a play for Katie (Terri Colombino) and Lily (Noelle Beck) covers for Craig (Jon Lindstrom) when he is questioned by Margo (Ellen Dolan). Reid (Eric Sheffer Stevens) gives Luke (Van Hansis) a warning about Noah (Jake Silbermann). Check out the promo after the jump! READ MORE
When will Craig Montgomery (Jon Lindstrom) learn his schemes almost always fail? This week he admits to Carly (Maura West) he’s lost all of Monte Carlo’s money. Too bad it wasn't his to lose. Dusty (Grayson McCouch) punches Jack (Michael Park) at Janet’s (Julie Pinson) father’s funeral. Emily (Kelley Menighan Hensley) tells NutMeg (Marie Wilson) she can’t take Eliza with her. Watch the As the World Turn’s promo after the jump.
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I wondered if All My Children's Zach (Thorsten Kaye) and Kendall (Alicia Minshew) fans were steaming mad about their couple's onscreen reunion, of sorts. Not being a Zendall fan myself I expect it had to be more than a little bittersweet to see a favorite couple return, only to dissolve before our eyes like a hairball in a drain pipe attacked by Draino. My sympathies are with you Zendall fans.
Next week on As the World Turns, Bob (Don Hastings) and Kim (Kathryn Hays) reach a milestone anniversary, Reid (Eric Sheffer Stevens) is hit with a lawsuit, Carly (Maura West) is tempted by the demon bottle and Jack (Michael Park) finds Dusty (Grayson McCouch) knocked out cold. Watch the promo video after the jump!
As the World Turns and Gotham star Michael Park has landed a role in the new musical The Burnt Park Boys, according to Playbill. Running April 30 to June 13 at the Playwrights Horizons’ Mainstage Theater, The Burnt Park Boys is set in 1962 rural West Virginia.
"Fourteen year-old Pete's fighting to claim his past. His older brother Jake's hoping to forge a future. With its soaring, elegiac score and eclectic band of youngsters teetering on the brink of adulthood, this inspirational new musical from an acclaimed new team finds both the streaks of light and the heart of darkness within us all."
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As the World Turns' Michael Park, Kelley Menighan-Hensley, Mick Hazen and Martha Byrne turned out for the 5th Annual When You Wish Upon A Star event, organized by Laurie Park, for the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at the Sleepy Hollow Country Club on March 6. Check out pictures from the event after the jump.