The Eva Kovacs Story, ZIZI, Miracle in Vienna, Voyage of the Soul, Salon Rodeo, Debutant, Odd Duet,
Hollywood, Sodom & Gomorrah with the Weapons of Angels,
Eva Kovacs Classical Pilates, Spiritual Enhancement Guide
and Poetry of the Soul
“SALON RODEO” written by Eva Kovacs
On March 10, 2008, “Salon Rodeo” was introduced to a few select members of the Hollywood community in a table read format. Such well-known celebrities as Sally Kirkland (“Anna”), Gary Cole (“Office Space”), Mena Suvari (“American Beauty”), and voice actress, E.G., Daly (“Rugrats,” “The Powderpuff Girls”) participated in the reading and believed in the project.
Salon Rodeo chronicles a sarcastic, humorous look at the inner workings of an upscale beauty spa from the perspective of the quirky employees as they attempt to negotiate and anticipate the antics of the vast array of eccentric patrons, including has-beens, wannabes, and never-weres.
In a fast-paced setting, the jokes are swift and multi-dimensional, and with such wealthy and prominent clientele, no subject is off-limits. Combining the best of the hit comedies “The Office” and “Ugly Betty,” Salon Rodeo treats viewers to the behind the scenes happenings of what goes on in the world of luxury that only the very select can be privy to.
“Salon Rodeo” was created by former Miss International World, Eva Kovacs, loosely based on her vast experiences both with participating in beauty pageants and later on coaching models and contestants.
Ray Ellis, arranger for dozen million-selling records, and Record Producer at Columbia, MGA and RCA, collaborated with Eva on the soundtrack for the ‘Eva Kovacs Story,’ optioned for film by Interscope Communications Inc., sponsored by General Foods. The lyrics to another Film play, A Miracle in Vienna was written by Eva Kovacs, had become a sensation when it was debuted at the Hollywood Bowl. Ray arranged Jazz, rock, pop, and blues “Standing on the Corner, “Moments to Remember” for the Four Lads, “Splish Splash” and “Dream Lover” for Bobby Darin, “Everybody Loves a Lover” for Doris Day, “Where the Boys Are” for Connie Francis, and “that Certain Smile” for Johnny Mathis.
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Writers Forum of America
Film Option for Eva Kovacs Life Story
Olivia de Havilland
This is in memory of a true lady who just passed away this July 26, 2020 at age 104, Dame Olivia Mary de Havilland, whom Eva Kovacs had the honor of meeting. Olivia came to Eva's home for dinner at her' Bel Air home to have Hungarian Gulash and Hungarian chiken paprikas with Samuel Goldwin Jr., the son of a fiercely independent-minded Hollywood mogul of Metro Goldwin Meyer, the producer of many independent films. He discussed the Eva Kovacs Story fiercely suggesting to get the cast in line before submitting the Eva Kovacs Story. By that time Eva had a film option with Interscope Communications Inc., for film. See option contracts above.