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Want an inside look at how musicals are written? Join Denver and Brian on this weekly musical theatre podcast that documents the creation of an 8-bit musical for young actors called "Press Start". If you’re a writer, teacher, actor, director or just a fan of Broadway musical theatre - subscribe and join the fun! New episodes every Tuesday. Produced by Beat by Beat Press, the world’s fastest growing publisher of new musicals for young actors (www.bbbpress.com).
 
DJ Rekha is a producer, curator, and educator based in New York City. She is founder of Basement Bhangra™ and Bollywood Disco nights and co-founder of Mutiny Club night. She was named "Ambassador of Bhangra" by the New York Times. Rekha and her frequent collaborator, Dave Sharma, performed their compositions at Chicago Symphony Hall for the Sinfonetta in 2015. Rekha was the sound designer for the TONY award-winning Broadway Show, Bridge and Tunnel, received a Drama Desk Award nomination for ...
 
Founded in 2004, the Icebox Radio Theater in International Falls, Minnesota creates the best in full cast, audio entertainment. And the Scoop Sisters is one of its most popular series. A woman returns to her small, remote Minnesota home town to regroup after losing her job and ends up joining forces with her ex-hippie mother to solve mysteries! Plus, other great mystery stories from the IBRT!
 
In an age of profound change, how must arts administrators evolve so our organizations stay relevant and thrive? It starts by asking tough questions. Erik Gensler, the President of Capacity Interactive (CI), a digital marketing consulting firm for the arts, speaks with thinkers and leaders inside and outside of the arts about leadership, marketing, organizational culture, and innovation. If you’re an arts administrator, you don’t want to miss these conversations created to spark your imagina ...
 
Every May in New York City, Dance Parade shakes up The Big Apple by providing an outlet for all forms of expression through dance to come together on one single day. The 9th Annual Dance Parade will take place on Saturday, May 16, 2015. The Parade rocks down Broadway from 21st Street, takes a left on St. Mark's Place and culminates in Tompkins Square Park with DanceFest. To learn more about Dance Parade please visit http://danceparade.org. Registration is FREE and so is the Parade and Festiv ...
 
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Detective Danny Clover stands out from the crowd of radio detectives. He was introspective and insightful, and he only drew his gun as a last resort. And as the star of Broadway is My Beat, Larry Thor brought Clover to life and gave us a romantic, but slightly cynical, cop with a worldview that governed how he tackled his cases. We'll hear "The Jan…
 
Jack Benny's supporting cast was one of the best in radio, so it was no surprise when two of his co-stars launched shows of their own. We'll hear A Day in the Life of Dennis Day, starring the gullible and goofy tenor (originally aired on NBC on April 21, 1948) and The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show with Benny's boisterous bandleader and his actress wi…
 
For over ten years, Joseph Curtin and Alice Frost starred as Mr. and Mrs. North, radio's most popular married crimesolvers. No matter where the amateur sleuths went, they managed to stumble over a corpse and uncover a new crime. We'll hear three of their adventures - all from rebroadcasts on the Armed Forces Radio Service: "Who Killed Mr. Stefano?,…
 
https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/CaseClosed706.mp3 This week on Case Closed, we begin with the FBI In Peace And War and their story from December 8, 1954, The Collector. (25:05) Philo Vance closes the show this week with The One Cent Murder Case. That episode aired July 12, 1949. Download CaseClosed706 Case Clos…
 
Marketing Coach, Lauren V. Davis, on Building Your Personal Brand Many people are intimidated and frustrated by trying to bring their personal brand to life through Social Media, Live Events, and Public Relations. Lauren Davis lives in Rockford Illinois and works with people over the world to overcome their personal branding discontent and grow the…
 
We're catching up with radio's funniest couple in a pair of episodes starring George Burns and Gracie Allen. First, Gracie thinks George needs a break from making decisions (originally aired on NBC on February 19, 1948). Then, Gracie suspects George forgot their 15th wedding anniversary (originally aired on NBC on November 11, 1948).…
 
The streets of Cairo are full of intrigue and adventure, and neither is in short supply at the Cafe Tambourine run by Rocky Jordan. Jack Moyles stars as the tough ex-pat club owner who can't help but get tangled up in exotic mysteries. We'll hear "A Stranger to the Desert" (originally aired on CBS on September 4, 1949) and "The Big Heist" (original…
 
Holy Batman Day! We're celebrating the Caped Crusader with a bonus podcast episode starring Batman, Robin, and Superman. The Dynamic Duo co-stars with the Man of Steel in "Batman's Great Mystery," a serialized story from The Adventures of Superman (originally aired on Mutual between February 10 and February 17, 1948).…
 
Kristie Swink Benson is the Director of Communications at the High Museum of Art, where she has helped position the museum as an integral part of the fabric of Atlanta and developed a passionate and diverse audience. She built her communications career in government and the for-profit sector. In this episode, Kristie and Erik discuss how the High M…
 
https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/CaseClosed705.mp3 This week’s hour of Case Closed begins with The Big Car, from Dragnet. That episode originally aired November 30, 1950. (29:47) Jeff Regan, Investigator closes out the show with his episode from October 12, 1949, titled, The Man In The Church. Download CaseClose…
 
Actor and Entrepreneur, Portia Badham Portia Badham has worked as a print model and commercial actor since 2005, having appeared in campaigns for Cologuard, Fidelis Healthcare, Emblem Health, MetLife, American Express, Sprint, Fuji Film, Fidelis Healthcare, Emblem Health, Lipitor, Oxygen cable channel, and Comcast. In addition to her acting credent…
 
In this week's bonus comedy episode, we'll hear more satire and spoofs from The Stan Freberg Show. Freberg and his cast send up politics, music, and more in a pair of shows. Stan welcomes an alien to Earth (originally aired on CBS on August 11, 1957) and he battles a censor with an itchy trigger finger (originally aired on CBS on August 18, 1957).…
 
We're celebrating the birthday of master of mystery Agatha Christie with a pair of old time radio shows. First, her story "Witness for the Prosecution" is adapted for Radio City Playhouse (originally aired on NBC on April 25, 1949). Then, Harold Huber is Christie's Belgian super sleuth Hercule Poirot in "Rendezvous with Death," an original radio my…
 
Attorney Girija Patel on What Every Business Owner and Creative Needs to Know Girija started her legal career in 2006 as a prosecutor and soon after, she realized that while she loved litigating in court, she had other passions she wanted to explore. So, she tapped into her creative side and started a thriving social media platform called CityTattl…
 
New movies are headed back to theaters, and while it isn't safe yet to grab a seat in a theater, you can enjoy a double feature of classic films presented by the cast of The Jack Benny Program. First, Ray Milland joins their spoof of "The Lost Weekend" (originally aired on NBC on March 10, 1946). Then, the gang sends up "Sunset Boulevard" (3/25/51)…
 
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