Porter has an Emmy for his starring role on 'Pose,' and a Tony for his lead role in the Broadway musical 'Kinky Boots.' Fourteen years after his initial diagnosis, Porter announced publicly that he is HIV-positive. He says being open about his health status felt like a rebirth: "I set myself free, honey. No more secrets." His new memoir is 'Unprotected.'
At the eleventh hour the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), the union representing film and television production workers, negotiated a new contract with studios and networks. What is still unclear is whether workers are grateful about averting a strike or upset they didn't gain more. Besides gaining wage increases, the union was aiming […] The post Showbiz Sandbox 558: Hollywood Workers Scrutinize Gains In New Contract appeared first on Showbiz Sandbox.
In this Episode I have an authentic talk with Pianist Emile Pandolfi who is the Author of Play It Like You Mean It. We talk about the importance of introducing music to kids, what does it take to build a skill with or without a natural talent.We also discuss mindset, and why he wrote his newly released book, what type of information is found in the book, and there is information that you can take away from this episode. Here is a bit more on today's guest!! I enjoyed this conversation. — EMILE PANDOLFIWith more than half a billion streams across platforms including Pandora, Spotify, and Apple Music, Emile Pandolfi ranks among America's most popular piano artists.Although the majority of his performance repertoire is lush, intricate arrangements of Broadway and pop standards, his influences are, in fact, more classical than pop. It is this subjective layering of classical style, which Pandolfi infuses into the broad palette of his performance selections, that continues to resonate with audiences everywhere.Recording since 1991, the pianist‘s albums of familiar music have sold over three and a half million CDs nationally. This has earned Emile the distinction of being one of the top-selling pianists in the music industry, distributed online as well as in specialty, gift and book shops across the nation. Now with 30+ albums, most major online retailers also carry Emile's music for download, and it is streamed thousands of times daily on Spotify, Pandora, and other streaming platforms.Emile's parents were first-generation Italian-Americans, and communicating with passion was natural. While Emile was growing up, the Pandolfi home was known as “the place to gather.” Music was always a part of their home, and always associated with fun.That attitude continues today in Emile's concert performances as, although serious about his playing, Emile is never serious about himself. While the audience is treated to a brilliant musical performance, they are also entertained by Emile's charming, light-hearted sense of humor and outgoing personality.Whether you experience Emile Pandolfi on recording or in live performance, you will experience the intensity and skill of communication that can only come from a true artist, in every sense of the word.ABOUT EMILE:https://www.emilepandolfi.com/about-emile-1GET THE BOOK:https://www.emilepandolfi.com/emile-pandolfi-play-it-like-you-mean-itMUSICAL ADVENTURES:https://www.emilepandolfi.com/Emile-Pandolfi-cruisesLISTEN:https://www.emilepandolfi.com/listen-on-spotifyMEDIA: Media Contact: email@example.com Website: https://www.emilepandolfi.comPlaying in Venice: https://youtu.be/bgCk2MbEN8cPlaying in St Petersburg, Russia https://youtu.be/evCdsLUtcZE************************************************************************************WEBSITE:Authentictalks2.comEMAIL:Shanta@AuthenticTalks2.comAymbeyondthephysical.com***********************************************************************************BOOK A DISCOVERY CALL FREE 30 MINUTES & RECEIVE A FREE GIFT 100 FOR PROSPERITY, SUCCESS AND BUILDING SELF-CONFIDENCFE AND SELF LOVEAFFIRMATIONS VISIT: AymbeyondThePhysical.comSIGNATURE PROGRAM: 12 WEEKS - work with me one on one or in a group!***********************************************************************************
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Hey kids, time for a new Q(ueer)Anon with Mister Sister!! This week we slow things down for a bit and have a nice long check-in with Jordan and Randy. Randy shares the crazy joy of seeing live theater for the first time in ages, and Jordan goes deep on what's it like to live life on standby. Then it's time for a Stupid Quiz to prep for this week's Pop Culture Moment: the new Netflix animated series, Q-Force, by Gabe Liedman. We LOVED the series and it's crazy talented cast, which includes Wanda Sykes, Sean Hayes, Laurie Metcalf, and many more. That takes us into a deep dive on the nature of stereotypes. When are they useful? When are they hurtful? And who gets to use them? (Answer: it's complicated). As always, we end with our ConsQUEERacies. Randy's questioning what he's been doing for love his whole career, while Jordan has some theories about Broadway's surge of new Black plays. The truth is here. The truth is queer. And she likes it shaken, AND stirred.
“Once Upon A One More Time” Gets Its Cast, BCEFA Postpones Buckets, “Regina Comet” Extends “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day. Any and all feedback is appreciated: Ashley Steves firstname.lastname@example.org | @NoThisIsAshleyGrace Aki email@example.com | @ItsGraceAkiJames Marino firstname.lastname@example.org read more The post Today on Broadway: Tuesday, October 19, 2021 appeared first on BroadwayRadio.
Lucy heads back to Broadway where she meets her first girlboss: fashion baroness Hattie Carnegie, who hires Lucy to model coats and dresses for New York high society. But a mysterious ailment sends Lucy home to Jamestown, followed by a bizarre medical treatment. Still determined to make it in the big city, Lucy returns to Manhattan one more and is discovered on the streets, landing the role that would kickstart her career. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cassie Beck is a star of stage and screen whose previous credits include the Broadway revival of The Rose Tattoo and the original cast of The Humans on Broadway. Other stage credits include The Norman Conquests (Broadway), The Drunken City (Playwrights Horizons), Happy Hour, and Oohrah! (off-Broadway). Her TV credits include Pose, Elementary, Connecting, and Chicago Med. Cassie is the former Artistic Director of Crowded Fire Theatre Company in San Francisco where she also appeared in several productions. She is currently on the road leading the national tour of What The Constitution Means To Me, and can also be seen in the Amazon Prime series I Know What You Did Last Summer, as well as opposite Mark Wahlberg in the feature film Joe Bell. Cassie grew up a dancer in Redlands, California, until high school when she did her first musical. She shares memories of catching the acting bug as a teenager, and finding her way to the bay area after college where she joined the ensemble of Crowded Fire Theatre Company in San Francisco. She opens up about her experience in The Drunken City at Playwrights Horizons (her first professional performance in NYC, and only her second time ever in the city), and reflects on the opportunities that followed after deciding to move to New York when she was 30. Now leading the national tour of What The Constitution Means To Me, Cassie chats about her relationship with playwright and actress Heidi Schreck, how the play continues to adapt to changes in the political climate, and the impact of having young people take part in the show every night. In this episode, we talk about: Her first electric moment back onstage after 18 months Her initial hesitancy to take over Heidi's role Training post college in South Carolina and San Francisco Having no experience with on camera work when she moved to NYC Working with Patti LuPone Connect with Cassie: IG: @cassiebeckster Twitter: @cassiebeckster Check out the Constitution tour schedule Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at email@example.com. I want to know what you think. Thank you to our friends Jukebox The Ghost for our intro and outro music. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @jukeboxtheghost or via the web via jukeboxtheghost.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Mattie and Austin gave it 110% and watched all the entire Halloween franchise. Shout out to Kansas' greatest export Paul Rudd, Star of Halloween 6. We are absolutely going to see Halloween Kills soon and we will report back to you. Mattie starts us out by telling us all about The Great White Way (don't worry, its not related to racism OR sharks.) and how Theater changed and traditions developed over the centuries we have had just a ton of theaters there. She also explains what Off Broadway and Off Off Broadway are. We also tried to create an Off Off Off Broadway, but we went too many layers deep and tore a hole in reality. Then Austin covers a listener suggestion. well, kind of. He talks about the Sargasso Sea. a unique Ecosystem that we don't hear a lot about and how Christopher Columbus didn't discover it (shocking,) how it relates to the mysterious Bermuda Triangle, and how little we know about where baby eels come from. He also goes on a brief environmentalism rant and accuses Christopher Columbus of a lot of things. Twitter: @onthetestpod Facebook: Facebook.com/onthetestpod Insta: @onthetestpod onthetestpod.com theme song by https://www.fiverr.com/nilgunozer
One of the most fun and most productive events we had this year was our “Take Charge of Your '21” Challenge in January. Over 500 TheaterMakers joined us to hear tips and strategies on how to have your best year yet from super successful people in the business. We learned how to crush writer's block, how to squeeze a few more hours into each day for your REAL work (not that day job work), how to increase your confidence . . . and more. We got such great feedback on this free event that we decided to do it again! But better.
Chaz Palminiteri Bronx tale actor. writer, talks about life #ChazzPalminteri #BronxTale #Wiseguys #actor #NYPD #RealcrimestoriesChazz Palminteri Show: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9-sgcuDI-X9lbYt9PC3Bag https://dees-designs-107.myshopify.com Bronx-born and raised Chazz Palminteri was a natural choice to continue the Italianate torch in film. In the tradition set forth in the 1970s by such icons as director Martin Scorsese and actors Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, John Cazale and Joe Pesci, Palminteri has brought grit, muscle and an evocative realism to the sidewalks of his New York neighborhood, violent as they are and were. Chazz was born Calogero Lorenzo Palminteri in 1952 in the Bronx, New York, the son of Rose, a homemaker, and Lorenzo Palminteri, a bus driver. He grew up in a tough area of the Bronx, giving him the life lessons that would later prove very useful to his career. He graduated from Theodore Roosevelt High School and started out pursuing his craft in 1973 studying at the Actor's Studio. He appeared off-Broadway in the early 1980s while paying his dues as a bouncer and doorman in nightclubs, among other jobs. In 1986 he headed west and found that his ethnic qualifications was well-suited for getting tough-talker parts. Slick attorneys, unflinching hoods and hard-nosed cops were all part of his ethnic streetwise persona in such TV shows as Wiseguy (1987), Matlock (1986) and Hill Street Blues (1981). In films he started off playing a 1930s-style gangster in Sylvester Stallone's Oscar (1991). Although his roles were sharp, well-acted and with a distinct edge to them, there was nothing in them to show that he was capable of stronger leading parts. In 1988 he wrote for himself a play entitled "A Bronx Tale," a powerful one-man stage commentary in which he depicted his bruising childhood in great detail, which included witnessing gangland slayings. Palminteri brought each and every character to life (18 in all) in this autobiographical piece -- his friends, enemies, even his own family. He showcased for years in both Los Angeles and New York, finally sparking the interest of his film idol, Robert De Niro. DeNiro, wanting to direct for the first time, saw the potential of this project and brought both it and the actor/writer to the screen. Palminteri played one of the flashier roles, Sonny, a gangster, in the movie version. An unknown film commodity at the time, Chazz had stubbornly refused to sell his stage property (the offers went into the seven figures) unless he was part of the package as both actor and screenwriter. DeNiro, who became his mentor, backed him up all the way, and the rest is history. A Bronx Tale (1993), which featured his actress/producer/wife Gianna Palminteri, earned strong reviews. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support
Paul Giamatti. What else needs to be said? We plunge into Cold Souls, the 2009 film from Sophie Barthes where Mr. Giamatti plays a fictionalized version of himself. Stressing over his role in a Broadway play, Paul decides to have his soul put in storage so he can remove the burden of his anxiety. Sounds a bit off, but it is brilliant. Giamatti is fantastic, as always. We talk about the comedy that turns to some through-provoking drama at the end. A fantastic work by all involved with amazing lessons on, well, everything. Cold Souls can be found on Tubi.
Playwright Keenan Scott II's "Thoughts of a Colored Man" explores the lives, pressures and passions of seven contemporary Black men who live in one Brooklyn neighborhood. He discusses the play with two of its actors, Dyllón Burnside and Forrest McClendon. And, America's national parks are facing a huge problem: climate change. The Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio is taking steps to adapt in whatever ways it can. Amy Eddings of ideastream public media reports.
As an actor, one of the more difficult attitudes for me to manage is that of jealousy, and an elevated sense of competition for roles and even status in this industry. I've particularly noticed this as theater is opening up again after the long pandemic shutdown and other actors, not me, are back onstage again. My guest today, Peter Allen Vogt, is a talented actor in his own right but has struggled with this as well from time to time, especially considering he has a well-known identical twin who is also an actor and comedian. Sign up for the monthly WINMI Newsletter on the WINMI website - http://whyillnevermakeit.com I first got to know Peter Allen Vogt working for Disney. Both he and I worked at Tokyo Disney as well as the theme park in Orlando. He has since moved on to Universal out in Los Angeles, and he is also appeared in such TV shows as Hannah Montana, Parks and Recreation, and American Horror Story. But our first love is still theater. Whether it's classic shows or new musicals, Peter brings a larger than life quality to all of his roles. In fact, his size has been one of Peter‘s notable characteristics for many years. In our conversation today he shares his weight loss journey and what that has meant for his career. But first we talk about what keeps Peter going and the longevity of his career as well as the importance of surrounding yourself with those who support and nurture you as an artist. Final Five episode - https://youtu.be/HwiOlNZQVC0 Topics and people covered in this episode: Streetmosphere - street performers in the various Disney theme parks who don't have a theater or a home, but rather perform in the street for guests as they pass by. 1776 - a Broadway musical from 1969 with music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards and a book by Peter Stone, based on the events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Grumpy Old Men - a new musical with book by Dan Remmes, music by Neil Berg, and lyrics by Nick Meglin (adapted from the Warner Bros. motion picture written by Mark Steven Johnson). Cathy Rigby - Olympic gymnast, theater actress and producer Glenn Casale - director, actor, and writer; former Artistic Director of Sacramento Music Circus Mark Jacoby - Broadway and TV/film actor Blake Hammond - stage and screen actor Ken Page - longtime musical theater performer on stage and screen Michael Kostroff - stage and screen actor who was a WINMI podcast guest back in Season One Actors' Co-Op Theater - began in 1987 with a dozen actors and operates two 99-seat Equity-approved theatres on the campus of First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood. Chicago City Limits - New York's long running award-winning and critically-acclaimed comedy revue that started in 1977 and relocated from Chicago to New York in 1979. Fellowship! - a musical parody stage play based on The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien's, with book by Kelly Holden-Bashar & Joel McCrary and music by Allen Simpson ---------- Follow Peter - Instagram / Twitter Support WINMI and get access to Members-Only Episodes on Supercast. Check out Artist Resources and follow WINMI on Instagram or Twitter. Why I'll Never Make It is a Top 25 Theater Podcast on Feedspot, and is also a part of Helium Radio Network and a member of the Broadway Makers Alliance. Music in the episode by Blue Dot Sessions is used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Called a "thrilling thriller" and a critic's pick by The New York Times, creator and director Tina Satter's new Broadway play, "Is This a Room," is based on the true story of Reality Winner and its dialogue is pulled from FBI transcripts. Satter and star Emily Davis, who plays Reality, join us to discuss.
Kimberly Marable / @misskimizzo Kimberly is making waves in the Broadway community, not only as an actress, but also as a social activist as a co-founder of Broadway Serves, a service organization created and operated by Broadway professionals who are looking to "be the change we want to see in the world." Their mission is to provide opportunities for community service to Broadway and theater professionals. Kimberly is currently in the workers chorus in Hadestown, and has also been in The Lion King and Sister Act. www.builtforthestage.com - free trial sign up www.broadwaypodcastnetwork.com @bwayserves firstname.lastname@example.org www.broadwayserves.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
En una inspiradora conversación con Bianca Marroquin, hablamos de alcanzar sueños, de sanar las heridas emocionales, de recuperarnos tras las caídas y de vencer los miedos. Bianca, nos da una lección sobre vivir con esperanza, el poder del pensamiento positivo y la fe en el futuro. Bianca Marroquín, una de las actrices musicales más admiradas en Broadway. Bianca es la primera actriz mexicana en tener un papel protagónico , y es especialmente reconocida por su papel de Roxy, en la icónica producción Chicago. Adicionalmente, ha sido parte del elenco de obras como Rent, In the heights, Fantasma de la Opera, Mary Poppins, entre muchas otras. En varias oportunidades, ha sido jurado de programas de baile tales como, "Mira quien baila" y "Pequeños gigantes". Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Welcome to the Chazz Palminteri show! Join Chazz Palminteri every week as he shares his life lessons about Hollywood, Broadway and the craft of acting, writing and directing. Learn the secret to producing your own one person show. Lookout for great guests & great conversation. Not to be missed!! This week Chazz is talks with comedian Goumba Johnny aka John Sialiano. They talk about his days working a strip club. How big of a role going to Church plays in his life. Jesus was Italian its very obvious. Every Monday morning come join Chazz for another great episode of the Chazz Palminteri Show! Follow Chazz on Social Media! @ChazzPalminteri http://hyperurl.co/ChazzPalminteriShow
Reviews for ‘Dana H.’ on Broadway, Pop Musicals in Development, ‘Sanctuary City’ to Stream “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day. Any and all feedback is appreciated: Ashley Steves email@example.com | @NoThisIsAshleyGrace Aki firstname.lastname@example.org | @ItsGraceAkiJames Marino email@example.com | read more The post Today on Broadway: Monday, October 18, 2021 appeared first on BroadwayRadio.
This week we are joined by Sydni Beaudoin! Sydni is a New York City based actor, dancer, and singer. Move over Jennifer Garner, Sydni was the real star of 13 going on 30 . She was also in the hit musical Mamma Mia! on Broadway! These days, look out for Sydni on your TV screen, in shows and commercials. In this episode we discuss growing up in Orange County, California, twerking, rehearsals, being biracial, starting acting at 5 years old, being in tampon commercials, and so much more. You don't want to miss out on our discussion about the formula of musicals! Give it a listen!Follow Sydni: @sydnibeaudoinFollow the podcast: @aloneatlunchpodCarly: @carlyjmontagEmily: @thefunnywalshEmail us! Aloneatlunch@gmail.com**LEAVE US A RATING AND REVIEW**
My guest today is actor, writer and producer, Stanley Tucci. Stanley has directed five films and appeared over seventy, including The Devil Wears Prada and Road to Perdition, as well as more than a dozen plays, on and off-Broadway. He starred in Julie & Julia, opposite Meryl Streep, and The Lovely Bones, for which he […]
This week, Matt Munson (from Rachel Lindsay's season) takes the Bach with Justin! That's right, Justin is in the hot seat this week! Matt interviews Justin about how he started the pod, who the hottest men in the franchise are, his full time job working with Broadway shows, and so much more. Follow Matt on Instagram to keep up with the Bach alum. Follow Justin Takes the Bach on Instagram to stay in the know on all things Bachelor Nation and spill the tea with Justin himself. Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe.
Quizmasters Lee and Marc meet to ask, suss and answer a general knowledge quiz with topics including Natural Wonders, 90's Music, U.S. Geography, Hamilton, Animated Characters, Wild Celebs, European History, State Nicknames, Chemistry, Athletes, Classic Cars, Giving Celebs, Kitchen Appliances, Insects, Poisons and more! Round One NATURAL WONDERS - The Simpson Desert, which contains the world longest parallel sand dunes, can be found on what continent? 90'S MUSIC - The band Pavement appeared on what parody talk show in 1997 where they were mistaken for The Beatles? U.S. GEOGRAPHY - The Tongass National Forest, which is the largest national forest in the U.S., is found in which state? HAMILTON - Which U.S. historical figure sings the first line of the hit Broadway musical Hamilton? ANIMATED CHARACTERS - Prickle, Goo, Minga and Rodgy are all characters that were on what animated show? WILD CELEBS - Which musician known for hits "Your Love is My Drug" and "Praying" once bribed Prince's gardener so she could sneak into his house to plant her demo tape? Round Two EUROPEAN HISTORY - First built in 1895, destroyed in 1943, then rebuilt in 1961 to serve as a WWII Exhibit and memorial, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is located in which European city? STATE NICKNAMES - "Almost Heaven" and "the Switzerland of America" are two nicknames for which state? CHEMISTRY - The Kastle-Meyer test was developed by two analytical chemists in 1903, that uses a chemical indicator to help detect the presence of what? ATHLETES - What was the last year that Shaquille O'Neal played professional basketball? CLASSIC CARS - Named after a Native American mythological creature, what model car by Ford created the "personal luxury car" niche market in the late 1950's when it was redesigned to have four seats (instead of two)? GIVING CELEBS - What famous actor, known for their role on Star Trek, sold a kidney stone to an online casino which they then donated to charity? Rate My Question KITCHEN APPLIANCES - Originally intended for a Jewish stew of meat & beans called cholent, what kitchen appliance was originally introduced in 1971? Final Questions INSECTS - How many eyes do most full-grown caterpillars have? POISONS - In 2013, actress Shannon Richardson was charged in the mailing of letters to President Barack Obama and Mike Bloomberg that were laced with what poison? Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges October 20th, 2021 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Point Ybel Brewing Co. - 7:30 pm EDT October 21st, 2021 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Ollies Pub Records and Beer - 7:30 pm EDT You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round. Thank you Thanks to our supporters on Patreon. Thank you, Quizdaddies – Issa, Adam V., Tommy (The Electric Mud) and Tim (Pat's Garden Service) Thank you, Team Captains – Mo, Jenny, Rick G., Skyler, Dylan, Shaun, Lydia, Gil, David, Aaron, Kristen & Fletcher Thank you, Proverbial Lightkeepers – Rachael, Rikki, Jon Lewis, Moo, Tim, Nabeel, Patrick, Jon, Adam B., Ryan, Mollie, Lisa, Alex, Spencer, Kaitlynn, Manu, Matthew, Luc, Hank, Justin, Cooper, Elyse, Sarah, Karly, Kristopher, Josh, Lucas Thank you, Rumplesnailtskins – Laurel, A-A-Ron, Loren, Hbomb, Alex, Doug, Kevin and Sara, Tiffany, Allison, Paige, We Do Stuff, Kenya, Jeff, Eric, Steven, Efren, Mike J., Mike C., Mike. K If you'd like to support the podcast and gain access to bonus content, please visit http://theknowno.com and click "Support."
Move over, Greta Thunberg: the Queen's giving world leaders both barrels this week for their inaction on the climate crisis (or so commentators would have you believe). Prince William also has words to say about carbon emissions from flights — just not his own — while the Metropolitan police drop their investigation into Prince Andrew. Plus, we discuss two Diana biopics: Pablo Larrain's Spencer, starring Kristen Stewart, and Diana the Musical, Netflix's filmed version of the Broadway show.Spencer: 20.40Diana the Musical: 42.10Support us on Kofi: https://ko-fi.com/heirheadsShop our merch: https://heirheads.co.uk/
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Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere review Chicken & Biscuits. Other reviews include Thoughts of a Colored Man, Turandot @ The Met, and The Evolution Of (Henry) Mann @ The American Theater Group, in Basking Ridge, NJ. Michael pays tribute to the West Side Story film in our Musical read more The post This Week on Broadway for October 17, 2021: Chicken & Biscuits appeared first on BroadwayRadio.
This week, we celebrate the debut of "Winnie the Pooh: The New Musical Stage Adaptation" in New York on Theatre Row with a hundred acres of fun! First, we discuss our history with the willy, nilly silly old bear, and talk about the variety of ways Pooh has touched culture over the past century. Then, we chat with Matthew Lish, Puppet/Prop Coordinator and Lead Puppet Builder for the brand new off-Broadway production of "Winnie the Pooh." Plus - a Haunted Mansion moment about Disneyland fun maps!
This week, we're heading up to New York City to spend a little time with Michael Roderick: Founder, Writer, Podcast Host, Dad and Urban Dweller. Michael talks with me about the freedom that comes from allowing yourself to suck, loneliness, "worshipping reach and ignoring depth" and the one tiny thing each of us can do everyday, to make the world a kinder place.Michael was a teacher and Broadway producer, before he dropped it all to become the Founder of Small Pond Enterprises. His work focuses on helping entrepreneurs with incredible ideas, realize their magic and package their work to create referable brands. Connect with Michael on all the Social places: @michaelroderickLearn about Michael's incredible work with people and brands on his websiteCheck out Michael's podcast, Access to Anyone
From the audition to rehearsal space Chip offers advice from the choreographer's perspective that'll help actors see the objective vs the subjective. Chip Abbott is a New York City-based choreographer, Director, and actor whose performance career spans the world of concert dance, commercial dance, and Broadway. Chip served as assistant choreographer, dance captain, and swing to Emmy award winner Josh Burgos on the Broadway revival of On the Town (Tony nominee for best choreography) and he was also seen on Broadway in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. His choreography was most recently seen at ACT of Connecticut in their premiere of a newly adapted version of Working, under the artistic advisement of Stephen Schwartz as Director., Chip created to IAAPA brass ring award-winning shows Dance, Dance, Dance, Heartbeat (Best Theatrical Production Worldwide) and the Enchanted Journey (most creative Christmas show) Both produced by RWS entertainment group at Hersheypark. Chip has directed numerous shows for Hershey Park and Azmara club cruise ship in addition to choreographing for Step One Dance Company on Holland American line The Little Mermaid at Red Mountain Theater Company. Chip was associate director/choreographer to Tony Yazbek on the young artist gala 2017 and assistant choreographer to Josh for gosh for Bernstein at 100 Tanglewood with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, as well as Bernstein at 100 Wolf trap and the first national sympathy Orchestra and starring Misty Copeland. Additionally Chip was associate choreographer of On the Town at San Francisco Symphony (Bergasse choreography re-directed.) - https://buff.ly/3lOhaSh More of his credits can be found on his website. PART ONE: -Know how to read the room -The benefits of having a mentor -Let the material (choreography) compliment you HTBISB SOCIAL MEDIA: https://www.canva.com/design/DAEalNuhok8/AO24ZsZ4wa23LKjJUzPwCQ/view?utm_content=DAEalNuhok8&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=homepage_design_menu https://www.tiktok.com/@htbisb https://www.instagram.com/htbisb/
A oídas y con el bolígrafo en mano, Isabel Lobo dibuja en directo el garabato de Manuel Bandera, actor principal del musical 'A Chorus Line', que llega a Madrid bajo la dirección de Antonio Banderas.
The smash hit Broadway play Is This A Room opened at the Lyceum Theater on Oct 10th, 2021. Guest podcast host Beatriz Westby takes us down to the red carpet to talk to Tina Satter, Amanda Villalobos, Andy Grotelueschen, Blyth Adamson, Chris Giarmo, Deirdre O'Connell, Frankie Grande, Judy Kuhn, Lee Kinney, and Steven Sater. Get tickets and info to Is This A Room and Dana H via thelyceumplays.com/ Follow Beatriz Westby on the Instas: @biaizidoro Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to know what you think. Thank you to our friends Jukebox The Ghost for our intro and outro music. You can find them on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @jukeboxtheghost or via the web via jukeboxtheghost.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“Cause I’m the Boogie Man” We are so excited to bring you our conversation with Ken Page. We speak to Ken about his time in St. Louis, which lead him to Broadway. He gives insights and stories into shows like Ain’t Misbehavin’ and Cats. We also discuss his voice work, particularly his iconic role as … Continue reading Ep. 129 – An Interview with Ken Page (Oogie Boogie) →
Renée Marino is a professional communication coach named by Yahoo Finance as one of the “Top 10 Communication Coaches to Follow in 2021!” She was the co-host of Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi's first-ever virtual “World Summit'' and has spoken, performed, and been interviewed on thousands of live and virtual stages, including Dean Graziosi's podcast The Dean Graziosi Show. Renée helps people create genuine connections in their life and business by balancing new school technology with ol' school simplicity. She also uses her well-rounded experience of communicating through various mediums to train companies, organizations, schools, and universities in strengthening their communication skills. Renée can be seen as the female lead, Mary Delgado, in the film, “Jersey Boys,” directed by Clint Eastwood. She has been featured in People.com's “Ones to Watch,” Variety, and The Huffington Post, which stated: “The Broadway star—who is basically Tina Fey's celebrity doppelganger— is a scene-stealer. ‘Jersey Boys' pops whenever she's onscreen.” Renée wrote and performed her solo show, I Am Me, Because of Three, to sold-out venues in NYC and LA and received rave reviews. Her Broadway credits include Pretty Woman: The Musical (dance captain/assistant to the choreographer), West Side Story (Rosalia), Jersey Boys (Mary Delgado), Chaplin, and Wonderland (ensemble). She has toured North America with Cats, Disney's High School Musical, and Jersey Boys. Her television credits include Regina on Fox's Weird Loners and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. As a coach, keynote speaker, and longtime performer, Renée Marino has inspired people worldwide with her energy, relatability, and authentic spirit. Renée's forthcoming book, "Becoming a Master Communicator: Balancing New School Technology with Ol' School Simplicity" will be released in January. FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: www.ReneeMarino.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-aidan-byrne0/support
Daniel Craig made his career as an actor in the theatre and in British indie films. When he showed up in Hollywood, it was usually in smaller roles, often as a villain. So, in 2005, when Craig was cast as the original superspy, James Bond, he seemed as surprised as anyone. In “No Time to Die,” Craig gives his final performance as Bond—a role, he tells David Remnick, that sometimes grated on him. Craig hasn't lost his love of theatre, and is set to play Macbeth on Broadway. “I try not to differentiate” between Shakespeare's work and Ian Fleming's, he tells David Remnick. “You're trying to aim for some truth, to ground things in reality,” and “both require the same muscles.” Though he admits that “there's a lot more chat” in a Shakespeare script. Plus, the beloved comic character actor Carol Kane discusses her Oscar-nominated turn in 1975's “Hester Street,” which is being re-released.
This week on Episode 527 of Priority One: William Shatner returns to earth, NYCC returns and includes some amazing Star Trek announcements, Los Angeles has a new Star Trek destination, and things get spooky in Star Trek Online– Plus our review of the season 2 finale of Lower Decks! TREK IT OUT Edited by Jake Morgan and Thomas Reynolds Shatner Slips The Surly Bonds Of Earth By Elio Lleo Space. The Final Frontier. And our first captain, James T. Kirk went on an incredible journey. Well, it was William Shatner who did the journey. On Wednesday, October 13th, the 90 year old broke records by joining Blue Origin for their second human space trip! At 10:30AM ET, all systems were a go and the Blue Origin rocket took off. Thankfully, the entire adventure went off without a hitch and upon exiting the pod, Shatner was visibly moved by the entire experience. Photo Via TVLine.com After-Action Report: NYCC 2021 Star Trek: Discovery New York Comic Con returned to in-person events this year with phenomenal panels, incredible cosplay, and–of course–sneak peeks into the future of Star Trek. Our focus this episode is on the Star Trek: Discovery and Prodigy panels that took place over this last weekend. First, Star Trek: Discovery and its upcoming fourth season: this was a riveting panel with a surprising in-depth, yet spoiler-free, look into what we can expect from our intrepid characters. When asked about the general “theme” of this next season, Wilson Cruz had this to say: “I feel like the stakes that we were living in reads in that trailer...the stakes in the story were really high, but the stakes in which we were making and telling the story were also high. And the theme of the entire season is about uncertainty, and about how we come together to deal with it and walk through uncertainty, to lean on each other as we find a way through it. And we were doing that in life as well, so I'm excited for you to see it.” Showrunner Michelle Paradise followed up by explaining that in this season, “The Federation isn't quite back together again….it's continuing in Season 4.” For our first non-binary and trans characters, much was left wanting in Season 3. So, will Grey finally be seen? Wilson Cruz had this to say, “we find a way to make sure Grey is seen as promised, and we get to see just how vital he becomes to the story and our mission. And I'm just excited about the fact that we have–finally–an official trans character on the show, in Star Trek, in the universe. And he does an amazing job.” Now, things got a little spicy in the auditorium when Sonequa Martin-Green and David Ajala were asked if we'd ever learn about what happened between their characters during that fateful year. Here's what they had to say: DA: “I think it was just...a period of time where they were in the right place at the right time, to help each other, and to bring out the best in each other." SMG: "Mmmhmm." DA: "And it was...y'all need to behave yourselves. And...I think there was a lot of growth." [Someone saying what we're all thinking–Ed.]: "How much growth was there? And what was Grudge doing when all this 'growing' was happening?" DA: "Grudge was minding their own business. The timing was perfect for Michael Burnham to[...]rejoin Starfleet, but to really find her own identity independent [of] Starfleet. And it was also good for Cleveland Booker to be part of a 'family.' Again, these two people met each other at the right place at the right time, and I think Cleveland Booker is a better man for it. And Grudge too–and Grudge says 'wassup,' by the way." Speaking of characters, if you've already watched the trailer–and you should have by now!– you can probably assume this is going to be a high-octane, high-stakes kind of season. How will Tilly be affected? Mary Wiseman had this to say,"that in combination with all the events of the third season similar to the way this pandemic experience, really kind of forced her to reinvestigate herself and her motivations. It kind of spirals her off into this personal journey, actually, which was very fun to play with.” Sonequa Martin-Green followed with,“I think a lot of us on the ship...I don't think any of us were expecting to have a threat this big soon after jumping to this future. Because that was huge. and then I know for Burnham, it's a lot, it's like 'man, here we are again with a threat of great, of great magnitude." And so of course, these people in this story, being the honorable people they are, their true character comes out at that moment of greatest pressure. It's beautiful stuff that comes out, as hard as it may be.” But, filming Season 4 during a pandemic was no small feat. When asked about how COVID impacted production, Michelle Paradise had this to say: “Discovery was actually one of the first producitons to go back. WE started back in November, and we were certainly the first show of this size to do it. There aren't enough words to talk about the tremendous, tremendous effort that our entire crew, our entire cast did to make the show this season. I cannot overstate how challenging it was, every step of the way, making sure we could make a show like this while keeping people safe. That being our focus, and then also making a show...it was tremendously challenging, and everyone came together, and worked together, and collaborated, and it was really beautiful to see and very difficult at the same time. The fact that we have this, that we can show you guys, it's really amazing. Our team is just incredible.” Star Trek: Discovery Season 4 premiers November 18th. Photo Via Heavy.com Star Trek: Prodigy Now, moving on to Star Trek Prodigy. Attendees of the panel were given an exclusive early screening of the first episode and an extended clip of HoloJaneway's introduction to the crew is already online. But moderator Dawn Lewis–who plays Captain Freeman on Lower Decks–opened the panel with an important question: how will Prodigy stay true to the franchise? To which the Brothers Hageman replied, “they start way out in the Delta Quadrant...that was our way in: we wanted a bunch of new characters who knew nothing about Star Trek, just like our young audience. And then slowly (as you saw at the end of the pilot) they meet hologram Janeway, and then with every episode we get closer and closer into the Trekverse. We get to have so much fun taking our time, and introducing everything we love about Star Trek. For me, growing up, Trek was just so aspirational and I feel that, for kids today, not only they need that, I need that.” Now, what about the style of Prodigy? Why CGI animation? Well, Producer Ben Hibon explained, “we wanted the show to have great scope and this feeling of adventure to be immense and fantastical. But at the same time the characters and their stories are very intimate. So we wanted the freedom to shoot these characters as we would cinematic as possible–to be as engaging with all of us as possible, as we go on this adventure with them.” Not only did fans get a sneak peek but, we were also surprised to learn of new characters and actors being welcomed into the production. Daveed Diggs will voice Commander Tysess, an Andorian (Diggs is a Grammy and Tony-award winning member of the original Broadway cast of Hamilton). Jameela Jamil will voice Ensign Asencia, a Trill (Jamil is best known for her role in The Good Place), and Jason Alexander will voice Doctor Noum, a Tellarite (of course, we know George Costanza on Seinfeld, and Kurros in the VOY episode “Think Tank,”). And the big reveal…well, we'll let the Hageman Brothers tell you,"oh wait, there's one other person. There's one small person named 'Captain Chakotay' [CAPTAIN?–Ed.] by Robert Beltran is coming on our show.” So will we see the Protostar traverse the Alpha and Beta Quadrants, as well as spending time in the Delta? Only time will tell–the series will premiere on October 28. Photo Via StarTrek.com I
Father Bill W. is a retired Episcopal priest continuously sober and active in 12-Step recovery since 1972. He has worked in the addiction treatment field most of his adult life and was the Director of several nationally recognized treatment centers. For nearly 30 years now, he has researched and promoted the practice of Two Way Prayer through workshops, podcasts, and numerous articles and studies recently published in two major journals. He was awarded the Johnson Institute's Wheelock Whitney Award “for advancing the understanding of faith and science in addiction recovery.” Father Bill's podcasts are listed under his name FATHER BILL W. and his website is titled TWO WAY PRAYER.Welcome to Reco12. We are an organization whose addictions include alcohol, drugs, lust and sex, food and gambling, just to name a few. We come together from all places, faiths and backgrounds to learn the similarities of addiction and to gain tools and hope from others who are walking a similar path. We invite recovering addicts actively working their recovery in their respective fellowships to share their experience, strength and hope on a live Zoom webinar, each Friday at 12:00 pm central time, for 20-25 minutes. Then, we, the live audience, get the opportunity to ask questions of the speaker for another 20-25 minutes. If you are hearing this meeting in recorded podcast form and would like to participate as a live audience member in the future, please go to www.reco12.com to learn more and submit your email address there to receive weekly invitations. Reco12 is a self-supporting service and we appreciate your help in keeping us working our Step 12 in this manner. We gratefully accept contributions to help cover the costs of the Zoom platform, podcast platform, web hosting, and administrative costs. To contribute, you can go to https://www.reco12.com/support or you can click the link to PayPal (https://www.paypal.me/reco12) in the chat of the live meeting. When you contribute, please specify the meeting number. This is meeting number 71.Resources Referenced:YouTube Link to Ignatian ContemplationAlcoholics AnonymousAll Addicts AnonymousTwoWayPrayer.org/booksFather Bill W Podcast on Two Way Prayer and the History of Alcoholics AnonymousBrave Like BrookeJourney Through Life Podcast with Brooke EllefsenDonations/Swag Purchase for BrookeOutro music is “Standing Still” by Cory Ellsworth and Randy Kartchner, performed by Mike Eldred and Elizabeth Wolfe. This song, and/or the entire soundtrack for the future Broadway musical, “Crosses: A Musical of Hope”, can be purchased here: https://music.apple.com/us/album/crosses-musical-hope-by-cory/528476262 This song is used with the permission of Cory Ellsworth.Support the show (https://www.reco12.com/support)
Oh, well, oh I never! Was there ever a pod so clever as the magical Two Guys One Cup Podcast? Probably! But you're listening to it anyway, so the jokes really on you, isn't it? The guys discuss the contract extension frenzy around the league, and then dive into their Blues preview and NHL free agency, all with a bit of a Broadway flair!
This week we (and by that we mean Gabe) talk about old names for flirting. Our more normal facts include a Broadway themed record and how that cool cookie man really made a name for himself. | Submit "facts" for us at www.abolishunits.com | The intro/outro music of our show is "Never Far" by New Weirdos, find it everywhere you get your music.
I don't understand the poor! This episode Kat and SLee are recording live, together, in person and chatting about Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder! Listen along as they briefly talk about Mark Rylance, Sexy Songs, and Schmigadoon. Later Kat trips over the names of the Dysquith Family, Jefferson Mays is SUPER talented, and they discuss their plans to write Talladega Nights: The Musical. Performance Links:https://youtu.be/VtlcEvPDkfM - ‘I've decided to marry you' performed by the original Broadway cast (with a special quick change performance by Jefferson Mays)https://youtu.be/1330DsaxTY0 - ‘Sibella' performed by Bryce Pinkhamhttps://youtu.be/thou4RWnmu8 - A Gentlemen's Guide to Love and Murder in Four Minuteshttps://youtu.be/XVCvmdEPReE - ‘Better with a man' performed by Jefferson Mays and Bryce PinkhamFollow us on Social Media!! @thispodwontrunaweek on instagram @thispodwontrun on twitter Hosts: Kat Shaw, @katlynwithak on all platforms Savannah-Lee Mumford @dntcallmesavannah on instagram and @dntclmesavannah on twitter Theme Song written and performed by: Rachel Lind @rachellindnyc on instagram and @rachelglind on twitterSpecial Shoutout to our friend mentioned in this podcast Andreas Schmidt!You can check out his instagram @andreasschmidtofficial for pictures of his handsome face and @cakeandschmidt for his beautiful cakes!
Max Scherzer enters the 9th inning to save the Dodgers as they go on to the NL championships against the Braves. One of the three zebras that escaped from a farm in Upper Marlboro more than a month ago has died. Adele's long awaited single has been released, “Easy On Me”, it is about her divorce, and moving on. She shared the inspiration behind her new song with BBC Radio. The Capital Pride Alliance is hosting the inaugural Colorful Fest weekend, including a Block Party & Fair at Dock 5, located at Union Market on Sunday, October 17. It will feature small independent businesses, community groups, artisans, food, and entertainment. Broadway returns to the Kennedy Center this week with the production of Hadestown. Links: Max Is Shirtless: Max is Shirtless Adele Interview with BBC Radio: Adele Interview with BBC Radio Colorful Fest: Colorful Fest From Real.Fun.DC. “The Tommy and Kelly Show” is produced in Washington, DC providing news, culture, playful conversation, positive energy, and a dose of morning fun any time. Download the Real.Fun.DC. APP to check out our wide array of programming app.RealFunDC.com Follow Kelly Collis Twitter: @CityShopGirl Instagram: @CityShopGirl LinkedIN: Kelly Collis Follow Tommy McFLY Twitter: @TommyMcFLY Instagram: @MrTommyMcFLY LinkedIN: Tommy McFLY
Reviews Are In For “The Lehman Trilogy,” “The Visitor” Delays Again, “The Tragedy Of Macbeth” Will Stream Worldwide “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day. Any and all feedback is appreciated: Ashley Steves email@example.com | @NoThisIsAshleyGrace Aki firstname.lastname@example.org | read more The post Today on Broadway: Friday, October 15, 2021 appeared first on BroadwayRadio.
Welcome to Episode 405, A Conversation on The Journey of a Dream with Will T. Travis. I love it when we follow the dreams God has placed in our heart. It's not always easy, but rather a quite unique journey. That's why I enjoyed today's conversation. Will is on the journey of a dream. From Birmingham to Broadway and now in Hamilton, he is going after this with faith, determination and a knowing that God is indeed ordering his steps on the journey of this dream. Listen in, be encouraged and get back in there on the journey of your dream, I promise every step will be so worth it if you just keep going. Don't dim your light, keep shining and take the journey of a lifetime to your dream.
Reviews Are In For “Thoughts Of A Colored Man” “Slave Play” Is Back On At Center Theatre, Suni Reid Opens Up About “Hamilton Complaint Plus, over at our Patreon, Ashley and Grace Discuss “Is This A Room” And “Thoughts of A Colored Man.” “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday read more The post Today on Broadway: Thursday, October 14, 2021 appeared first on BroadwayRadio.
The puck has dropped on a new season in the NHL and the fellas are here to break it all down! ESPN and TNT are set to usher in a new era of broadcasting hockey and the boys have some thoughts about it. Then they're joined by the ultimate Missin Curfew glue guy, Printzy, to take their guesses at how this season will turn out. They predict:- Each Division's Final Standings- Conference & Stanley Cup Winners- Award Winners- And Several Over/Under Predictions for Key Players
This week on the show, we hear the tale of the Bay Bridge Trolls, who have been keeping the Bay Bridge safe since 1989. Plus, we get to know more about an oft-overlooked but very cool dragon sculpture on the Broadway Tunnel in San Francisco. It's a transit sculpture special! Photos and Additional Reading: The Tale of the Bay Bridge Troll Hiding In Plain Sight: The Dragon Sitting on Top of S.F's Broadway Tunnel Reported by Christopher Beale and Rae Alexandra. Bay Curious is made by Olivia Allen-Price, Katrina Schwartz, Sebastian Miño-Bucheli and Brendan Willard. Additional support from Erika Aguilar, Jessica Placzek, Kyana Moghadam, Paul Lancour, Carly Severn, Lina Blanco, Ethan Lindsey, Vinnee Tong and Jenny Pritchett.
Next week is the anniversary of the premiere of the show Gargoyles, an animated 90s series with queer subtext simmering just under the surface — and that's according to the show's creator. In honor of that anniversary, we're diving back into the Sewers archives for a chat with Fazaad Feroze, who became obsessed with the show when he was young. The child of immigrants from Guyana before moving to the United States, he only has to look back one generation on his family tree to see a life that is unrecognizable to him. And as you can imagine, the family's introduction to American culture wasn't always easy and came with frequent surprises — including, when Fazaad was a teenager, the discovery of his real name.We'll have that conversation in a minute. First a big thanks to everyone who supports the Sewers of Paris at Patreon.com/mattbaume. And to everyone who's left a review on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen.Also don't forget to check out my YouTube where I post videos about queer pop culture history — and you can also head over to my Patreon to watch hours of bonus videos featuring stories of queer TV, film, and Broadway history.And check out my cute little newsletter where I share sneak peeks at what I'm working on at mattbaume.com.
Justin Guarini steps Behind The Rope. Yes, THAT Justin Guarini. The most famous, or infamous, American Idol Runner-Up in the history of Idol. Thank you Kelly Clarkson. American Idol Season One. Who knew what to expect? Certainly not Justin who chats about what Idol Season One was like behind the scenes - the contestants, judges Paula, Randy & Simon, hosts Ryan Seacrest & Brian Dunkleman (remember him?), and what it was like to come so close to the first ever winner of the hit singing competition. Justin chats about the life changing choice he made to say no to a recording contract and big role on Broadway in “The Lion King”, his dream, to participate in the then unknown hit TV show. Justin opens up about life after idol - being signed to RCA, touring, meeting Oprah!!!, being dropped by RCA, and ultimately reinventing himself on Broadway. Yes, he was on the Oprah show three times! Of course, life after idol also included “From Justin To Kelly” which was hailed as one of the worst movies ever made - bad or so bad, it's good. We discuss Justin's thoughts on the film and Kelly Clarkson's recent statements of her involvement in the movie. We also discuss dating Kelly Clarkson, those rumors of “hooking up” with Paula Abdul, forever being compared to one of the two most well known and successful winners of Idol ever - Kelly Clarkson, and Idol 2.0 - JLO, Katy Perry, Lionel and more including Justin's current coaching biz about the biz of show!! Tune in now!! @justinguarini @behindvelvetrope @davidyontef Bonus Episodes Available at - https://www.patreon.com/behindthevelvetrope Brought to you by BETTER HELP - https://www.betterhelp.com/velvetrope (10% Off First Month - Use Code "velvet rope") Brought to you by CANVA - https://www.canva.com/affiliates/VELVETROPE (Free 45 Day Extended Trial ) Merch Available at - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/behind-the-velvet-rope?ref_id=13198 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices