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Put on your mouse ears, grab a dole whip, and get ready to listen to your favorite Broadway stars chat all things Disney Parks!Join host David Alpert as he and his Broadway pals share their favorite stories from the happiest places on Earth. After they discuss their favorite attractions, shows, parades, and memories; the guests play “Fast Pass Answers,” “Tweedledee or Tweedledum,” and answer trivia and questions from you, our listeners!Please keep your hands, arms, and legs inside the podcas ...
 
Philanthropy unites Broadway stars like Lin-Manuel Miranda, Gloria Estefan, Judith Light, and more. The Broadway Gives Back Podcast spotlights Broadway actors, shows, and organizations in their pursuit of social impact and doing good. Our talented guests will share stories about their favorite charities, how they got involved, and the people and causes who have benefited from these philanthropic efforts. From stars to stagehands, cast members to front of house, and causes large and small, we ...
 
We are Bret Shuford and Stephen Hanna your all-American married couple making their living in the arts and pursuing a growing family. On the Broadway Husbands Podcast we offer advice from our ordinary lives under extraordinary circumstances. We are living proof that you can love who you love and love what you do. Visit us on Instagram: @broadwayhusbands, Online: BroadwayPodcastNetwork.com/BroadwayHusbands A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network.
 
Deep Dive Broadway takes you on an exclusive adventure inside the creation of your favorite Broadway shows. Join us on this deep dive as top Broadway talent, on stage and behind-the-curtain, share their personal 'making of' stories. Hosted by four-time Tony-winning Broadway Producer Dori Berinstein, Deep Dive Broadway is a celebration of the creative process!https://www.dramaticforces.com https://instagram.com/dori.berinstein https://BroadwayPodcastNetwork.com
 
Celebrating two of New York City’s greatest fabrics: baseball and the performing arts. Born out of a passion for both Broadway musicals and triple-digit fastballs, we attempt to show that fans of sports and theatre don’t have to live in such separate worlds, and maybe even break some stigmas. Hosted by Al Malafronte, the show serves as a platform for fans of both mediums to hear intimate conversations with their favorite performers from the stage, screen, and stadium. Produced by the Broadwa ...
 
Marc Tumminelli sits down with Broadway and Film stars to dish about how it all got started on LITTLE ME: growing up Broadway! As a theater educator and the owner of Broadway Workshop, Marc, gets his guests to open up about the good, bad and ugly of being a child performer as well as share his own unique insight of seeing kids go from the classroom to Broadway, sometimes overnight and the parents waiting in the wings. Performers will share tales of backstage stories, nightmare auditions, ope ...
 
My Broadway Memory, a new live, visual podcast — a celebration of memorable experiences at the theatre with Broadway’s biggest names. During each episode, a guest will choose a Playbill from their collection at random and take a trip down memory lane. In addition to discussing the actual show, Michael, Brian, and guests will discuss the headshots, ads, and other traits that make a Playbill a time capsule of Broadway history.Michael and Brian are calling out to theatre fans everywhere to join ...
 
A subversive comedy podcast with Broadway’s biggest names, hosted by Josh Lamon, one of Broadway’s most sought out comedic performers (and it’s not just his mom who thinks so!). These are candid, often inappropriate conversations with his friends ranging from behind the scenes antics to in depth conversations about their lives and daily struggles. Together they explore what it is actually like to deal with the ups and downs of show business and they don’t hold back. “WHY DO WE DO THIS?” List ...
 
Ever wonder how to break into the business of Broadway? From how to get an agent to how to navigate open calls, we cover it all. This podcast is an insider’s roadmap to making it on Broadway. Kerry Butler is a Tony nominated actress who made her Broadway debut in 1993 in Blood Brothers, before starring in shows such as Beauty and the Beast, Le Mis, Hairspray, Little Shop, Xanadu, Rock of Ages, Catch Me If You Can, Disaster!, and Mean Girls. She has numerous on screen credits such as 30 Rock, ...
 
If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes an army, a peace corps, and a village to birth a Broadway show. Tony and Olivier Award-winning producer Hal Luftig ( Kinky Boots , Plaza Suite, and many more) has had successes, failures, and everything in between. Now, with humor and heart, he sits down weekly with a different artist, expert, or industry leader to chat about every step and specialty in the process that gets a show from idea to audience.Part of the Broadway Podcast Network.
 
In year four of sharing a dressing room at Broadway’s Jersey Boys, Cara Cooper and Jessica Rush found themselves in uncharted territory, juggling motherhood and eight shows a week. Knowing they weren’t alone in the struggle, they founded a support group for mothers in the business of show, called Broadway Baby Mamas. Join Cara and Jessica as they discuss in depth the usually funny, always emotional and very frank comedy and tragedy of motherhood with today’s great mamas of Broadway and beyond.
 
Broadway composer Drew Gasparini has a lot of friends in show business. Sure, he knows what their resume looks like, and what their professional accolades are, but other than that, he doesn’t know shit about them. “Now We’re Talking” is a podcast where Drew invites his show biz friends to discuss things about them you can’t find on Google. There will be a new episode every week, and each episode will feature a different guest from Broadway legends to TV icons. (twitter/IG: @DrewGasparini || ...
 
Each week join Josh Mitchell (@joshontheair) as he talks to small business owners, performers, industry folk and beyond about the trials and tribulations of life during COVID whilst also covering the return to raised curtains all over the world! We Are Theatre is about why we love the arts, what this industry means to us and why we believe the rest of the world needs our return as much as we do! Check out We Are Theatre on Instagram & Facebook to stay up to date!
 
Thesis on Joan is a podcast dedicated to amplifying voices from the LGBTQ+ community in the New York performing arts scene and examining the industry from a queer perspective! Join fanqueers and theatre professionals Holly (they/them) and Meghan (she/her) as they sit down with groundbreaking theatre folx, from Brooklyn cabaret performers to people backstage and on Broadway. For many queers, theatre has been an escape, this podcast looks to have open conversations on where we’ve come from and ...
 
Throughout Black Hair in the Big Leagues, host Salisha Thomas sits down with badass black women (and men) on Broadway and talks about all things hair. We are sharing secrets, swapping ideas, and talking about our individual experiences backstage, onstage and beyond. But that’s not all; there are women (and men!) who can speak on this topic in other industries as well and open the conversation about what it means to show up to work being black and “put together.”After every episode, you’ll ha ...
 
After the ‘Broadway Disher’ (Lesli Margherita) leaks news of a top secret, in-the-works, new mega musical, the Broadway community goes off-the-charts batty. Top-of-their-game Broadway Producers Cheryl Philips (Lillias White) and Steve Jones (James Monroe Iglehart), arch enemies, pounce. Who will get the rights? Will way-out-of-their-comfort-zone creators Kaye (Ashley Park) and Bobby (Michael Urie) manage to deliver a draft of the show before their marriage implodes? Will Director/Choreograph ...
 
Are you a combination of actor, director, producer, designer, or anything else? Congratulations, you're a multi-hyphenate! A multi-hyphenate is an artist who has multiple proficiencies that cross pollinate to help flourish professional capabilities. Dear Multi-hyphenate explores the full potential of artists in show business who have taken the paths less traveled. Are you unsure how to stay creative and garner income during the pandemic? Are you sitting on a project and you have no idea how ...
 
Intimate, personal conversations with the biggest talents from professional theatre, tv, film, and more. Hear their secrets, what makes them laugh, stresses them out, and how they manage the anxiety of success. We feature both stars and creatives such as producers, stage managers, directors, press and marketing agents, or even the people who own the theaters or productions themselves.​This is a podcast for artists, made by artists. With over 2 decades of experience in film and theatre both a ...
 
Cause an Effect is a podcast hosted by Sheri Sanders where she skillfully seasons the ALWAYS hard conversations with laughter, thoughtfulness, and tons of tools for change. Sheri was inspired to create Cause an Effect to share her experience innovating Pop/Rock Musical Theatre performance techniques, with 86 musical theatre programs, over the last 10 years, while navigating a diagnosis of Complex-PTSD. Through interviews with innovators from every facet of the theater industry, live coaching ...
 
Grizabella was the wrong cat to die. After seeing CATS the Musical for the first time in July of 2016, podcast host Mike Abrams was filled with a whirlwind of emotions. He was amused, confused, and a little angry. Almost exactly three years later when the 2019 CATS movie trailer came out, Mike had enough. It was time to speak his truth – Grizabella was the wrong Cat to Die at the Jellicle Ball. In this podcast, Mike interviews CATS cast members, CATS superfans, CATS haters, and explores the ...
 
Join co-hosts, Mary Dina and Brian Sedita, as they focus the spotlight back on the theatermaker to uncover their process. They speak with folks from the industry who are often not heard from, including stage managers, producers, crew members, administrators, designers, marketers, press agents, and more!
 
Ten 'Til Places: A Theatre Podcast is hosted by Aliya Gardner and she delves into her life as an aspiring professional in the artistic industry. She chats about her experiences as a local actress in the DC area and delves into the many different tiers of this industry as she chats with many amazing artists who are all on their journey to success in telelvision, music, on Broadway, and beyond! Part of the Broadway Podcast Network.
 
Join Amir Yassai, an aggressively queer Democrat who has had enough! Neeyyxxtt! On this new season of his podcast, The Take On, where he sits down with fan favorites from Bravo shows like Below Deck and the Real Housewives and Summer House. Obsessed with ALL things activism, body positivity, TikTok, and of course, Bravo, Amir thrives by inspiring people to lean into their best selves. Listen to these incredible conversations and get to know these Reality TV stars beyond their television pers ...
 
Do you love movies? Do you love analyzing movies? Do you love feeling like you know more about movies than your dumb-dumb best friend, even though neither of you really know anything worth speaking of? Well if you do, you’re not alone- podcasters Nik Walker and Alex Smolowe are right there with you. Listen in as this Broadway vet and LA industry hustler dissect the secret sauce behind their favorite flicks, all while verbally abusing each other into oblivion. There will be movies. There will ...
 
The Early Night Show with Joshua Turchin goes virtual! Joshua Turchin (Forbidden Broadway, Trevor, The Perfect Fit) enjoys watching late night television, but doesn’t stay up late because… well, he’s still a kid. His love for late-night television inspired him to create "The Early Night Show" to bring a variety show of Broadway guests, comedy and original music to audiences of all ages. Originally a hit live cabaret series at the premiere NYC spot, The Green Room 42, Turchin was inspired to ...
 
From the dresser in the wings the A-list star in the dressing room; from the production manager putting the tour together to the sound mixer out front at Glastonbury...hear what it really takes to make an event happen and immerse yourself into the world of entertainment across the cultural landscape from London’s West End to the American desert and Burning Man. Experience a creative's life as you never have before with unparalleled access to the events you love.
 
Have you ever dreamed of winning a Tony Award? Did you ever practice your Tony acceptance speech in the bathroom mirror? Did you grow up watching the Tony Awards every year ? Do you have a collection of Tony Award shows on VHS tape that you refuse to throw out?This is the podcast for you. Every week actress and podcast host Ilana Levine interviews your favorite Tony Award winners and together they go down memory lane as guests share intimate and never before shared details about their Tony e ...
 
CARRIE THE MUSICAL has long been considered the Queen of Broadway Flops. It closed in record time, losing millions of dollars. But can the rumors of backstage chaos, on-stage accidents, audience hysterics and killer reviews really be true? Prepare to discover the surprising story behind the show’s creation and its infamously disastrous run as two obsessive fans, Chris Adams and Holly Morgan, dust off their bootleg VHS tape and decide to find out the truth. They meet the cast, crew and creato ...
 
Inspired by Laura Bell Bundy’s and Shea Carter's album of the same name, Women Of Tomorrow is a musical podcast that explores issues women are facing today, examines the history of those issues and provides solutions for moving forward. Out of the ashes of the 2016 presidential election, came the most powerful women’s movement since the 1970’s. Women’s voices raised in unity to express their fear over losing all they had fought for and their desire for equal rights. #Metoo.Each episode will ...
 
As a showbiz kid, host Eli Tokash knows what it’s like to balance childhood normalcy and the demands of starring on Broadway, Television, and Film. Kids in the industry have to balance multiple jobs, auditions, and performances on top of their schooling every single day. As Eli is becoming a young adult, he wants to share his industry child experiences and expertise while he seeks advice from adults asking about what is yet to come on this weekly podcast, Take A Bow! Take A Bow walks audienc ...
 
Like many of us, Eva grew up doing theater. She attended musical theater camp and loved Broadway musicals. While a true passion, Eva chose to pursue a career in politics. She began by working for the Gore campaign during the infamous 2000 presidential election. She then transitioned to journalism, spending five years with ABC News as an Assignment Editor and Coordinating Producer, where she covered 9/11, the Iraq War, the 2004 Presidential Election, the death of Pope John Paul II, amongst ot ...
 
Heroes aren’t born, they’re made. This is the epic tale of Jack Kirby, the most famous cartoonist you never heard of: Born in the Lower East Side slums, veteran of the battlefields of France, co-creator of CAPTAIN AMERICA, THE AVENGERS, THE X-MEN, Kirby had his biggest fight after his comic books became an international sensation: He had to fight for his name, and the recognition he was denied. An audio version of the New York Times Critics' Pick play by award-winning Crystal Skillman and Fr ...
 
Ever wondered what it would be like to have a chat with two real-life Broadway best friends? The Broadway Besties podcast brings you into the conversation, and gives you a front row seat to hear their secrets, what they love about each other, and why they continue to be besties! Part of the Broadway Podcast Network. Produced by John Zeitoun and Alan Seales.
 
Get Onto My Cloud has Tim at his chatty witty best, where he talks about his career in theatre and music, his colleagues and friends (plus the odd foe) and sometimes roams off stage to discuss other important matters in his life such as cricket, astronomy, Sunderland FC and boxer dogs.You can also expect to listen to recordings of some of his favourite lyrics (not always the obvious ones) and he reveals how and why some shows worked brilliantly and some didn’t.Described as “Relaxed, casual, ...
 
A lively and opinionated cultural history of the Broadway Musical that tells the extraordinary story of how Immigrants, Jews, Queers, African-Americans and other outcasts invented the Broadway Musical, and how they changed America in the process. In Season One, host David Armstrong traces the evolution of American Musical Theater from its birth at the dawn of the 20th Century, through its mid-century “Golden Age”, and right up to its current 21st Century renaissance; and also explore how mus ...
 
A discussion of smaller, more intimate theater works and the people that make it happen.As many of you know; “Your Program Is Your Ticket” is a helpful system where your program is literally your ticket to get into the theater in smaller, more intimate productions. It’s these works we like to highlight and it’s our goal on this show to feature as many of these productions as possible while still discussing the biggies. Hosted by Sean W Chandler.Part of the Broadway Podcast Network.
 
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Maybe Burke has been all over your TV this pandemic! In our third episode of the season, Meghan and Holly sit down with the award-winning actor, writer and human rights advocate! We talk about the many ways to identify as a theatre-maker, the dangers of producers auditioning trans actors to “check a box,”, the glamours of screen work (umbrella PAs?…
 
“Being open to the idea that your dreams coming true often look very different to how you first imagine them.” Bringing compassion and kindness; intentional generosity into whatever space is possible. That’s what Come From Away’s Christine Toy Johnson is all about. In fact, that’s what this whole episode is about. From sharing where we were on 9/11…
 
So wonderful to catch up with Dede Ayite, who made her Broadway debut in the 2018 revival of Children of a Lesser God. On the podcast today, Dede and Hal explore how to use design to construct character, how she imparts the value of transformation on her students, and the creative benefit of embracing failure. Dede Ayite is a two time tony nominate…
 
What a week! Listeners, we’re not sure how many of you have purchased a home and gone through the many, many steps between that and closing and actually receiving the keys. But if you have, you can relate to the twists and turns of this week in our lives! While we went into this process with all the optimism of two Broadway performers- What could g…
 
Talk to anybody in the entertainment industry—not just Broadway!—and they’ll sing the praises of The Actors Fund, which provides a safety net for performing arts and entertainment professionals. The Fund serves everyone in film, theater, television, music, opera, radio, and dance, with programs including social services, emergency financial assista…
 
We finally found a shortstop to take the stage, as Royce Clayton joins us for Episode 79! Across 17 big league seasons from 1991-2007, Clayton performed in 2,108 games and amassed 1,904 hits in the process. He was also selected to an All-Star Game in 1997 and retired as a World Series Champion for the 2007 Boston Red Sox. This week, Clayton joins h…
 
Originally aired as a BPN Live event on April 2020. Watch the original video here: https://youtu.be/UqeGzMnQ-eM Produced by Alan Seales and Elizabeth Wheless. A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Broadway Podcast Network
 
We just can’t tear ourselves away. We called out for messages from fans of Carrie the Musical - and the fans delivered! Here’s a montage of messages about how this strange little musical changed lives, and how this very podcast reignited a passion for all things Carrie! Join us on our social channels for lots more Carrie content! Instagram Facebook…
 
12 Oscar Nominations!! Songwriting legend Diane Warren's stunning and profound song "Io Si (Seen) from "The Life Ahead" won this year's Golden Globe and is now Diane's 12th Oscar contender. Join us as Diane shares the stories behind the making of this magnificent song and about her remarkable career. Diane Eve Warren is a songwriter, musician and r…
 
In a time of great loss for our entire world, Tony Award winner Ruthie Ann Miles shares her continuous journey through grief - how she puts one foot in front of the other on a daily basis, with a healthy dose of Hope. A member of the AAPI community and herself a victim of the awful hate that is rampant these days, she shares that, while fearful whe…
 
On Switched on Pop we talk to songwriters and artists about how they make great songs. Most songs are written with two or more people in the room. Something we've never done before is pair two of the best songwriters in the business to explain how they create a successful collaboration. Teddy Geiger is a Grammy nominated songwriter who's written co…
 
Just when you think the Rangers are out of the playoff race, they pull you right back in. Only 4 points back of the Bruins we take a look at the importance of this weeks four game series with the Devils. Its prospect week at The Broadway Hat! We have two awesome guests. First we are joined by current NY Rangers prospect Eric Ciccolini. The Rangers …
 
From Iran to Italy to Canada and finally to London, this performer forged a path uniquely his own, knowing the only failure is not trying. “When someone puts a seed in my head, I'll dive in not knowing how deep it is, but I'll just go for it and just see what happens.” Ramin Karimloo is an Olivier and Tony Award nominee who made his name in the ear…
 
"People thought we were a baseball team." This episode features Austin Jetton who played Old Deuteronomy on 1987 US National Tour 3. Hear Austin talk about the show jackets that confused people into thinking they were a baseball team, his emotional experiences sitting on stage during intermission, how he came up with the idea for the recent fundrai…
 
The first Tony Awards ceremony took place on Easter Sunday in 1947. It was a small affair where awards were handed out to notable artists of the day. Some of the winners that evening included actress, Patricia Neal and playwright, Arthur Miller. The ceremony was not televised and took place at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City. The first a…
 
Loving Dad, Brilliant Actor, Groundhog/Elvis Impersonator/High-Flying Deity! Ep.95 - Actor/Singer Raymond J. Lee Discusses His Incredible Body Of Work, As Well As The Effect Of The COVID-19 Crisis On The Acting Community And Its Ongoing Reemergence! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Guests: Christine Ebersole and Erik Liberman Boyfriends Michael Kushner and Remy Germinario host My Broadway Memory, keeping Broadway alive! Check us out for performances, comedy segments, fan segments, appearances by Divas and Legends, Good News, ways for you to be on the show, and more! My Broadway Memory is co-created by Michael Kushner and Bria…
 
The boys discuss an important win over the Islanders, the Rangers' rookies coming into their own and James tying the knot! Draft Kings promo code: THPN Follow us on Twitter: @BroadwayBoysPod New episodes available every Monday and Thursday wherever you listen to your podcasts! linktr.ee/broadwayboyspod…
 
Tim talks about his first proper job in the entertainment business - a management trainee at EMI Records in the Swinging 60s. He produced his first singles (flops) but learned the recording studio ropes, and met an artist with whom he was to have a long and successful musical relationship (and friendship) in later years - Murray Head. He plays some…
 
How are ticket prices determined for Broadway shows? Marc Jablonski shares his insights on ticket prices, digital marketing, streaming marketing, A/B testing, and more! Thank you for taking the time to listen to our chat with Marc Jablonski! If you are listening to this on Apple Podcast, we'd love it if you could share your love in a review! About …
 
In February, Whitney Wolfe Herd became the youngest female billionaire on the planet. And she did it by breaking into one of the most competitive markets around . . . online dating. Whenever anyone breaks through ceilings like Whitney, the first thing I do is jump up and down for them and tell as many people as I can. Then I try to learn from them,…
 
Mike Ruckles / @rucklesvoice Within the theatre industry, there are several components that are an absolute must that we focus on. One of those components is the training and care of our voice. But how do we do so correctly? What techniques should we use? How often should we train? Some of the same questions that we ask ourselves about fitness and …
 
Today we're turning the classic cult comedy "Pee Wee's Big Adventure" into a musical! We're starting a spin off podcast within a podcast called "Make me a Musical" where we try to turn EVERYTHING into a musical, and it's a blast! Today we're turning the concept of Bean Farming into a musical! Donate to Black Lives Matter here Social Media: Our WEBS…
 
The TikTok Finds series is focused on finding TikTok profiles that speak to me! Viral TikTok Star Kendall Mariah with her 500k followers joins The Take On. Kendall is an amazing example of using your white privileged for good and using your platform to educate on how adoption of white parents to a black child looks like. We discussed the haters and…
 
Ebony and Pamela discuss the conflicts and misunderstandings that take place on "The Parents" episode of Smash. As usual, parents try to speak sense to their children and the children don't listen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Ebony Vines, Pamela Shandrow & Broadway Podcast Network
 
Big Broadway Musicals don’t simply happen. Aside from all else, it’s an all-consuming monster challenge – to say the least – to raise the money to put on the show. But Producer Steve Jones has a few tricks up his sleeve to score the needed cash. Good thing the producers have a secret weapon who may solve their fundraising problems (and, undoubtedly…
 
It's been one year since Broadway went dark and life moved into lockdown, and co-hosts Cara and Jessica are checking in on this bonus #minisode. A lot has changed in some ways since they initially recorded for the first time remotely - kids are in school, homeschool, Jess and family have finally come back from La Jolla, and, most importantly she an…
 
Laura Osnes is a two-time Tony Award nominee for her roles as Bonnie in Bonnie & Clyde, and Cinderella in Roger’s and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. After winning NBC’s 2006 reality TV show You’re The One That I Want, she made her Broadway debut as Sandy in the 2007 revival of Grease. Other Broadway credits include starring roles in South Pacific, Anyth…
 
In which we raise a glass to the late great T'Challa and thank him for his service and legend. Follow on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you stream your podcasts! Subscribe to the Little Justice: Movies & Mayhem YouTube Channel! Like us on FACEBOOK & follow us on TWITTER & INSTAGRAM Part of the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your a…
 
Jimmy aka "Ked" from the Morning Skate joins the show to breakdown the Rangers 8 goal route of the Penguins. They also talk coaching to win versus coaching to develop, the difficulty of the team's upcoming schedule and more! Draft Kings promo code: THPN Follow us on Twitter: @BroadwayBoysPod New episodes available every Monday and Thursday wherever…
 
From the Beautiful the Carole King Musical on Tour family, Marla Lou joins Black Hair in the Big Leagues! Marla is a true trailblazer, unapologetically going forth as her most authentic self. During this pandemic she founded Claim Our Space and is a VOICE and activist during a time that it's needed the most. She is a model, director, student at For…
 
Hear singer and actress Lindsey Alley break down her time performing as a "Mouseketeer" on the Mickey Mouse Club on this week’s episode of LITTLE ME! Lindsey sits down with Broadway Workshop director, Marc Tumminelli and talks about growing up watching movie musicals as a child, playing Annie at the Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre and developing a fri…
 
"Prepare Ye the way of the Lord!" Grab your Superman T-shirt and your clown makeup because we're talking about the Classic tribe musical on the Christian Gospels "Godspell!" We have a long debate on religion, talk some rockin' songs, and hear a bit from Roger Ebert! It's a ton of fun! Donate to Black Lives Matter here Social Media: Our WEBSITE Musi…
 
Broadway siblings Madilyn Jaz & Zell Steele Morrow discuss what it takes to have success in the industry as a family. Madilyn made her Broadway Debut in Matilda. Her brother, Zell, wanted to be just like her and had aspirations to be on a Broadway stage, as well. Zell has since appeared in Fun Home, Harry Potter And The Cursed Child, Really Rosie, …
 
Drew Gasparini is writing the scores for a number of new stage musicals including the Broadway-bound adaptation of The Karate Kid, an adaptation of Night Shift for Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures, and an adaptation of the Ned Vizzini novel/film It's Kind of a Funny Story for Universal Theatrical Group (book by Alex Brightman), among others. Some of D…
 
"Disney was everything to me." Rory O'Malley ("The Book of Mormon," "Hamilton," "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee") joins David for this episode to chat Disney movies, the Parks, and making a difference in the world. From seeing "Beauty and the Beast" in the movie theater as a kid, to watching "Cinderella" multiple times, it's clear that …
 
Today’s conversation with friend and collaborator Nick Scandalios is incredibly informative. As a theatre owner and producer, Nick’s expansive understanding of what it takes to put on a show on Broadway and beyond is so valuable. He and Hal talk the history of the Nederlander Organization, Nick’s approach to touring, and what makes the theatre indu…
 
From HAIR and A CHORUS LINE to HAMILTON and many more, for over 65 years The Public Theater has shaped the stories of tomorrow. The Public by the numbers... Founded in 1954 by Joseph Papp as one of the nation’s first nonprofit theaters, The Public has received 59 Tony Awards, 184 Obie Awards, 55 Drama Desk Awards, 58 Lortel Awards, 34 Outer Critic …
 
You ain’t seen nothing yet! It’s gonna be a night you’ll never forget! Chris and Holly are back with a special all-new bonus update, partly because they haven’t got anything else to do, and partly because so much has happened in the Carrie-verse since the series launched! Think of it a bit like the megamix at the end of your favourite jukebox music…
 
"Baseball is in a weird place right now." Doug Mientkiewicz steps into The Batter's Box for Episode 78 in a conversation filled with epic baseball chatter, brutal honesty, and fantastic wisdom. Mientkiewicz's 12-year playing career spanned 1998-2009 for seven different teams and was highlighted by an Olympic Gold Medal for Team USA, a Gold Glove Aw…
 
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