Do you remember all the plays you were a part of in school? Chances are Gianmarco Soresi remembers more plays than you do because he was in just so many, all of which he will recount for you as you drift off to sleep. Learn how Gianmarco acted and acted and acted through everything from Twelfth Night to something called Fiddler on the Roof Jr. Learn also how he ultimately forsook the theatrical stage for the smaller, more dank stage of standup comedy. Gianmarco Soresi's appearance on Netflix's Verified Stand-Up is available now. Hey Sleepy Heads, is there anyone whose voice you'd like to drift off to, or do you have suggestions on things we could do to aid your slumber? Email us at: email@example.com.Follow the Show on:Instagram @sleepwcelebsTwitter @SleepWithCelebsTikTok @SleepWithCelebsJohn is on Twitter @johnmoe.John's acclaimed, best-selling memoir, The Hilarious World of Depression, is now available in paperback.Join | Maximum FunIf you like one or more shows on MaxFun, and you value independent artists being able to do their thing, you're the perfect person to become a MaxFun monthly member.
In Season 2 Episode 12 of Teed Up, the hosts Matthew Gomez and Naoki Gima sit down with JJ Fiddler, the co-founder of The562.org, to talk about how the publication came about and some of his favorite memories from his time at Long Beach State. JJ Fiddler is a Long Beach State alum who, with his close friend Mike Guardabascio, founded The562.org which covers high school, community college and university-level sports in the greater Long Beach area. The hosts talk to Fiddler about his time at Long Beach State and he shares some of his favorite stories from his journalism career. He also talks about the benefits of covering sports as a career and advises the hosts and sports journalists alike on how to navigate the sports journalism game. Hosts: Naoki Gima, Matthew GomezGuest: JJ FiddlerEditor: Aidan SwanepoelProducers: El Nicklin, Aidan SwanepoelLike, comment, and follow us on your favorite platform for more content! Apple Podcastshttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/daily-49er-podcasts/id1488484518?uo=4 Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9kMzEwMjEwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/4HJaqJep02kHeIQy8op1n1 Overcasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes1488484518/daily-49er-podcasts
Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas arrived in Portland November 13, a day before their scheduled concert at Alberta Rose Theatre. It was the last stop on their tour and they stopped for breakfast, then planned to see the sites of the city.But the day turned out much differently than the world-renowned Scottish fiddle player planned.They came out to find someone had broken into their car, parked at SW 10th and Taylor, and stole all their musical equipment and suitcases at some point between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.“Every single thing in the car was taken: Two suitcases, a cello and a massive flight case and my violin and a big bag of equipment,” Fraser told KOIN 6 News.“So at this point we are missing the violin, my treasured violin, all my microphone equipment and Natalie's suitcase,” Fraser said. “Most of my luggage and Natalie's suitcase is gone.”Fraser, 68, played that violin since he was 8. He knows nothing else.Support the show
Enjoy the latest episode of our review miniseries of the musical tv show 'Galavant'! Join Mackenzie and the Cup of Hemlocks Co-Artistic Producer Ryan Borochovitz as they head out and celebrate two balls. They breakdown the Fiddler on the Roof connections that are found in this episode. They explore if the episodic nature of the past two episodes works or if these episodes should have been combined and given a more serialized format. Plus find out if they feel there are one to many eunuch jokes in this episode! All this and a jackass in a fancy metal can in this all new episode! Don't forget to leave us a review and share your thoughts on this episode on our social media pages. Follow the links below to reach our pages. Facebook Instagram Twitter
Fiddler's Green: Shanghaied in Portsmouth Fiddler's Green: The Bog Ja, Panik: Dream 12059 Gewalt: Gier The Spacelords: Nectar of the gods The Sun or the Moon: Psychedelic Kosmonaut Smokemaster: Cosmic. Connector Eloy: Poseidon's Creation Fit & Limo: Dark Star
It is a privilege to welcome actress and singer Lauren Marcus to The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast. Stephen Mosher of BroadwayWorld best described Lauren: "Take all the female rock stars you have known and loved and roll them up into one. Take, for instance, Linda Ronstadt's soul, Tina Turner's sexiness, Pat Benatar's grit, Debbie Harry's defiance, and all the Go-Go's playfulness. Mix and bake at 350, then frost with a five-inch thick layer of The Icing of Originality, and you've got Lauren Marcus." Hailed as "fabulous" by The Boston Globe and a "powerhouse" by The Chicago Tribune, Lauren is a multi-hyphenate actor, singer, and writer whose work has been seen on stage and screen. She has appeared in countless regional theatrical productions, including Company (with Aaron Tveit; Amy), Fiddler on the Roof (Tzeitel), Hello, Dolly! (with Tovah Feldshuh; Ermengarde), two productions of Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey) and Merrily We Roll Along (Mary Flynn). She also was part of four world premieres, including Beatsville (Carla), Love in Hate Nation (Miss Asp), Pregnancy Pact (Jenn), and Punk Rock Girl! (Patricia). She also appeared in the Off-Broadway productions of Sarah Silverman's The Bedwetter (multiple roles) and White Girl in Danger (Meagan). Lauren was also part of Be More Chill's journey. She portrayed Brooke Lohst in the regional, off-Broadway, and Broadway productions. Lauren starred as Donna in the Netflix adaption of the Lin-Manuel Miranda-directed Tick, Tick…BOOM! Lauren also performed across New York City's famous music venues, including 54Below and Rockwood Music Hall, where she had multiple residencies and had a party of 12 performers on stage. While she considers her live shows – half-party/half-therapy, Lauren's sound is inspired by the effervescent melodies of 1960s pop, the lyrical poetry of 1970s troubadours, and the electric edge of contemporary indie rock…and usually includes a healthy dose of theatricality. Her sound is at once a throwback and entirely forward-thinking. In this edition of The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast, Lauren Marcus spoke about being part of Be More Chill's entire circle journey, pulling off a quick recovery on stage while performing in Company with the late Stephen Sondheim in attendance and her latest single: "Skinny & Blonde."
We're fast approaching the introduction of the team known as the Freedom Fighters. As a prelude, we thought we would cover some of the members' earlier exploits. This week we cover an illustrated poem from Uncle Sam Quarterly 2. Also in the same issue we join Uncle Sam and Buddy as they tackle the "Fiddler of Death". We then jump to Crack Comics 14 as the Black Condor encounters another Black Condor! Don't miss it! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook www.facebook.com/theearth2podcast Instagram www.instagram.com/theearth2podcast Twitter www.twitter.com/podcast_earth2 Leave us a Voicemail at www.speakpipe.com/theearth2podcast #dccomics #Comics #Podcast #QualityComics #UncleSam #BlackCondor #FreedomFighters
To celebrate 200 episodes of In The Frame, we're joined by The Schuyler Sisters!Shan Ako, Simbi Akande and Ava Brennan are starring as Eliza, Peggy and Angelica in the West End production of Hamilton at the Victoria Palace Theatre. Written by Lin-Manuel Miranda and directed by Thomas Kail with choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, Hamilton opened on Broadway in 2015 before transferring to the West End two years later. The London production picked up seven Olivier Awards, including Best new Musical. Shan Ako is in her second year with Hamilton, starring as Eliza Hamilton. She previously played Éponine in Les Misérables (West End production & all-star staged concert) with her other theatre credits including the workshops of Rock Follies and Mandela as well as Children of Eden in Concert (West End), Whitney: Queen of the Night (UK & Europe Tour) and The Magic of Motown (UK Tour). Simbi Akande joined Hamilton this year as Peggy Schuyler & Maria Reynolds. Her theatre credits include: Mother Goose (Duke of York & UK Tour), The Prince of Egypt (Dominion Theatre), A Christmas Carol (Dominion Theatre), The Light in the Piazza (Royal Festival Hall & LA Opera), Violet (Charing Cross Theatre), Putting It Together (Hope Mill Theatre), Company (Aberdeen Arts Centre), Fiddler on the Roof (Chichester Festival Theatre), Ghost (UK Tour) and Show Boat (Gillian Lynne Theatre). Ava Brennan recently returned to Hamilton as Angelica Schuyler, having previously played the role. Ava's recently played June in The Secret Life of Bees (Almeida Theatre) and Fatine in Les Misérables (Sondheim Theatre), with her other credits including Alline Bullock/cover Tina in Tina: The Tina Turner Musical (West End), Mrs. Cratchit in A Christmas Carol (Old Vic), Nala in Disney's The Lion King (UK tour, Hamburg & West End), Dynamite in Hairspray (Theater St. Gallen) and Nehebka/cover Aida in Aida (German Tour).Hosted by Andrew Tomlins @AndrewTomlins32 Thanks for listening! Email: email@example.com Visit westendframe.co.uk for more info about our podcasts.
There have been so many wonderful musicals over the years that it's hard to pinpoint just one as the gold standard. From “The Sound of Music” to “Fiddler on the Roof” to “Grease”, fans of the genre have been treated to the very best in song, dance, and the twinkling of an eye. The aforementioned musicals of yesteryear have been replaced more recently with equally dazzling fare including a remake of “West Side Story”, “LaLa Land”, and “The Greatest Showman”. It has often been said that the key ingredients of a great musical are songs that stick in your head, crisply spoken dialogue, fantastic acting, and dazzling dance production numbers. Add in characters who have distinct personalities, differing goals, and clashing motives, and you have the recipe for resounding box office success. Adam and Nikki Anders have written, directed, and composed a soon-to-be-released musical movie that is sure to get people talking. Sure, it has all of the elements listed above but it also provides a rather significant twist; not only is it a faith-based musical but it also recreates and tells the greatest story ever told. Starring Antonio Banderas, Milo Manheim, for KING & COUNTRY's Joel Smallbone, and Lecrae, “The Journey to Bethlehem” is a live-action musical adventure that weaves classic Christmas melodies with humor, faith, and new pop songs in a retelling of the fateful story of Mary, Joseph, and the birth of Jesus.The Andersjoin us on the Crossmap Podcast to talk about the thought process that went into thinking this idea could work. Listen as they share how God prepared them for this and the great lengths they went to, to ensure that what people see on screen remained authentic and true to the story of Christ's birth.Journey to Bethlehem Movie WebsiteLinks to Crossmap Crossmap Website Crossmap Facebook
Le parcours artistique de Nell Hattenville qui vient de finir sa 6è comédie musicale avec YATS (Young Actors Theatre Strasbourg), Fiddler on the roof où elle interprète Hodel.On aura pu la voir précédemment dans Grease, Oklahoma !, Annie, Urinetown et Guys & Dolls
Episode 291: Jack Fiddler was a chief and shaman among the Anishinaabe in northwestern Ontario. Born around 1839, he became renowned for his abilities in white magic, particularly his claimed power to defeat the Wendigo, a cannibalistic spirit. Fiddler asserted that he had vanquished fourteen Wendigos during his lifetime. Some of these were believed to be sent by enemy shamans, while others were individuals from his community who developed an uncontrollable craving for human flesh. Families often asked him to euthanize a gravely ill loved one to prevent them from becoming Wendigo. In 1907, the North-West Mounted Police arrested Jack and his brother Joseph Fiddler for the alleged murder of a woman believed to have turned Wendigo. The arrest was part of a broader effort to impose Canadian law on Indigenous communities. The story garnered significant media attention, with many newspapers sensationalizing the events. Jack Fiddler died by suicide while in custody, and although Joseph went to trial and was convicted, he passed away in 1909, shortly before an order for his release arrived. Sources: Killing the Shamen : Fiddler, Thomas | Internet Archive Windigo | The Canadian Encyclopedia Wendigo Lore by Chad Lewis and Kevin Lee Nelson Canadian Mysteries of the Unexplained by John Marlowe - Ebook Dangerous Spirits: The Windigo in Myth and History - Ebook Biography – ZHAUWUNO-GEEZHIGO-GAUBOW – Volume XIII (1901-1910) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography Biography – PEEMEECHEEKAG – Volume XII (1891-1900) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography (PDF) Wendigo Psychosis The Windigo in the Material World on JSTOR The Power to Punish: Conflicts of Authority in the Case of Jack Fiddler | Deborah Rose Peña | The Hypocrite Reader Windigo of First Nations oral tradition — fearsome and loathsome creature Free Press Prairie Farmer 23 Oct 1907, page 8 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I had a chance to speak with Rabbi Ron a few months ago. Here is some info about him: Rabbi Ron serves as President of Shelanu TV, the only 24.7, Hebrew language TV channel sharing the message of Yeshua. He also serves as the Israel Director for God TV, where he hosts two TV shows—Out of Zion and Get Real. Ron was born into a Jewish home, circumcised and Bar Mitzvah'd, but he did not know God! He realized at age 17, there must be more. This led him on a journey where he discovered that Yeshua (Jesus), whom I thought was for the Gentiles, was in fact, the Jewish Messiah. He received his degree from Messiah Biblical Institute and recently obtained his master's in theology from the King's University. Rabbi Ron served as the Associate Rabbi at Beth Messiah Messianic Congregation in Rockville, MD until his family moved to Odesa, Ukraine to work at the Messianic Jewish Bible Institute. In Ukraine, they birthed a congregation in Bedichev, the city upon which Fiddler on the Roof was based. They then moved to Budapest, Hungary. In 1999, they accepted an invitation to teach Jewish Roots at the Brownsville Revival School of Ministry. In 2003, Ron and his wife Elana, a native Israeli, along with their girls, made aliyah (moved to Israel). He served as the co-pastor and interim senior pastor of the King of Kings Community in Jerusalem. During this time, they birthed the Isaiah 2 Initiative, taking Israeli young adults to third-world nations to preach the message of Yeshua. In Nigeria, we saw many miracles, and tens of thousands profess faith in Yeshua. In 2013, Ron agreed to become the lead pastor of Tiferet Yeshua, a Hebrew-speaking congregation in Tel Aviv. Three years later, they turned the congregation over to a native-born Israeli, and while still functioning as an elder there. In 2020, GOD TV partnered with several Messianic Israeli leaders to birth Shelanu TV. Ron was asked to become the president.
Tommy’ Set for Broadway Revival, Paper Mill Announces ‘Fiddler’ Cast, Watch ‘Go the Distance’ in German of Reimagined ‘Hercules’ Production “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day. Any and all feedback is appreciated: Grace Aki: firstname.lastname@example.org | @ItsGraceAkiMatt Tamanini: read more The post Today on Broadway: Friday, Oct. 27, 2023 appeared first on BroadwayRadio.
Felicia is joined by Greg Kleinschmidt to discuss Brian De Palma's tale of a struggling actor who witnessed a murder from afar, in Body Double (1984). We chat about De Palma's fascination who characters who spy on others and how easy it is for them to become embroiled in a murder case. We also talk about the visual tricks De Palma uses to lead the audience astray and always keep them guessing. Body Double is my favourite De Palma, it's a film that hits every single button for me, from the film within a film, to the Frankie Goes to Hollywood music video, and a 360 degree makeout scene that has yet to be rivalled. This film is De Palma's true essence. Send us your thoughts on the episode - what did you think of the films within the film? Let us know by sending us a message on any of our social platforms or by email: email@example.com Follow Greg here: IG: @arroyofilmclub IG: @sceneandheardpod IG: @gkleinschmidtWebsite: sceneandheard.com Scene and Heard on Spotify Scene and Heard on Apple Podcasts Sources: Body Double movie review & film summary (1984) | Roger Ebert Body Double (1984) - IMDb Telescope by Pino Donaggio (Body Double Soundtrack) Brian De Palma's ‘Body Double': A Hitchcockian Thriller Executed in Completely Original Style • Cinephilia & Beyond (cinephiliabeyond.org) Body Double (1984) Film Analysis. Brian DePalma's 1984 film Body Double… | by riverdaleonfilm | Medium Pulling Focus: Body Double (1984) – Taste of Cinema – Movie Reviews and Classic Movie Lists OUTRO SONG: Telescope by Pino Donaggio FILMS MENTIONED: The Lost Weekend (Billy Wilder 1945) Trouble Every Day (Claire Denis 2001) In The Heat of the Night (Norman Jewison 1967) Sátántangó (Béla Tarr 1994) Fiddler on the Roof (Norman Jewison 1971) Body Heat (Lawrence Kasdan 1981) Blow Out (Brian De Palma 1981) Scarface (Brian De Palma 1983) Dressed to Kill (Brian De Palma 1980) Fright Night (Tom Holland 1985) Fright Night (Craig Gillespie 2011) Frenzy (Alfred Hitchcock 1972) The Untouchables (Brian De Palma 1987) Mission Impossible (Brian De Palma 1996) Greetings (Brian De Palma 1968) Hi, Mom! (Brian De Palma 1970) Phantom of the Paradise (Brian De Palma 1974) Carrie (Brian De Palma 1976) Vertigo (Alfred Hitchcock 1958) Psycho (Alfred Hitchcock 1960) Ghost Story (John Irvin 1981) Reservoir Dogs (Quentin Tarantino 1992) Sisters (Brian De Palma 1972) Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock 1954) The Prowler (Joseph Losey 1951) The Servant (Joseph Losey 1963)
Music has always been important and supported in the region where I grew up. The local county community college has been the focus of many concerts, both that I've observed and participated in, over the years. And their musical legacy goes back a long way. This album is a great example of what happens when there is civic pride in the talented music makers of the area. And the sponsor of this record has a special place in my and my family's history. So through the concern and courtesy of Lakeland Community College and Citizens Savings and Loan Company in Painesville, get ready to hear your friends and neighbors from northeast Ohio in concert in Volume 147: Lakeland Music. Credits and copyrights Various – Lakeland Here's The Music Label: Century Advent Recording – Stereo 5810 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo Released: 1973 Genre: Jazz, Classical Style: Modal, Big Band, Swing, Choral Lakeland Civic Orchestra Jacques Offenbach–Selections from the Overture to "Orpheus in Hades" (Can Can) Arthur Herzog, Jr. and Billie Holiday – God Bless The Child Arranged By – Anita Kerr Lakeland Civic Jazz Forum George Gershwin – Strike Up The Band Arranged By – Sarge Parsons Lakeland Civic Jazz Forum Frank White Meacham – American Patrol Arranged By – Bob Bunton Lakeland Civic Orchestra George Gershwin– Selections from "Porgy and Bess" Lakeland Civic Chorus Duke Ellington–Mood Indigo Lakeland Civic Chorus Josef Myrow– You Make Me Feel So Young Ray Conniff inspired Arrangement By – Clay Warnick Lakeland Civic Jazz Forum Jerry Bock – Selections from "Fiddler on The Roof" Arranged By – Roy Phillippe I do not own the rights to this music. ASCAP, BMI licenses provided by third-party platforms for music that is not under Public Domain.
Jim is in Atlanta this week, just in time for the new Fiddler Chin Music Toasted Bourbon release from ASW Distillery. Jim sits down with Chad Ralston and tastes through their toasted lineup. We also revisit their Fiddler Georgia Heartwood Bourbon which was well recieved at this years Bourbon on the Banks event. Thank you to our sponsor, Blanton's Bourbon Shop. Be sure to check out our private Facebook group, "The Bourbon Roadies" for a great group of bourbon loving people. You will be welcomed with open arms!
Rod Waterworth commenced the discipline of Dance in his twenties, and subsequently ‘opened a new window' to a triumphant career on the stage. For several decades Rod has been a delightful fixture of commercial Musical theatre throughout AustraliaHis professional theatre credits include Cats, Anything Goes, The Wizard of Oz, 42nd Street, Me and My Girl, The Pirates of Penzance, My Fair Lady, Red, Hot & Rhonda, Crazy For You, Jolson, Annie, Singin' in the Rain, Fiddler on the Roof, Saturday Night and various VSO/Opera Australia and Australian Ballet productions. Rod worked regularly in Children's theatre for Garry Minivan Attractions and performances include Possum Magic, Winnie the Pooh, The Magic Faraway Tree and The Fairies.As a regular performer with Melbourne's The Production Company, Rod clocked up an amazing array of appearances in Mame, She Loves Me, Funny Girl, Call Me Madam, Gypsy, Guys and Dolls, Mack and Mabel, Anything Goes, Bye Bye Birdie, High Society and The Pajama Game. Rod's film and television credits include Strange Bedfellows, Da Kath & Kim Code, Scottish Bob, Bed of Roses, The Midday Show and Good Morning Australia.Along the way he gave life to the exuberant ‘showgirl', Laura Gravity; adding another dynamic string to his theatrical bow.Rod's most recent stage role was singing and dancing the story of little orphan Annie. A production he has twice traversed.He continues navigating the ‘roar of the greasepaint' attending to his daily post as the congenial stage doorman at the iconic Her Majesty's Theatre in Exhibition street, Melbourne.Whether stage door or stage centre, Rod is a welcome presence to audience and colleagues alike.The STAGES podcast is available to access and subscribe from Spotify and Apple podcasts. Or from wherever you access your favourite podcasts. A conversation with creatives about craft and career. Follow socials on instagram (stagespodcast) and facebook (Stages).www.stagespodcast.com.au
Join our hosts Rebecca, Frances, and Dorian as they discuss MAP: COLLECTED AND LAST POEMS by Wislawa Szymborska, and chat about their current reading. For our next episode, we will discuss MEMORIES OF A CATHOLIC GIRLHOOD by Mary McCarthy. We would love to have you read along with us, and listen in on our conversation coming to you in October or November, scheduling and consistency being our strong points. Want to support the show? Visit us at Bookshop.org or click on the links below and buy some books! Books mentioned: Map: Collected and Last Poems by Wislawa Szymborska, translated from the Polish by Clare Cavanagh and Stanislaw Baranczak The Memoir of an Anti-Hero by Kornel Filipowicz Love at First Sight by Wislawa Szymborska, illustrated by Beatrice Gasca Queirazza Chenneville by Paulette Jiles News of the World by Paulette Jiles Simon the Fiddler by Paulete Jiles Come Back in September by Darryl Pinckney The Maniac by Benjamin Labatut When We Cease to Understand the World by Benjamin Labatut The Forest: A Fable of America in the 1830s by Alexander Nemerov Words in Air: The Complete Correspondence Between Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell The End of August by Yu Miri, translated by Morgan Giles Tokyo Ueno Station by Yu Miri Memories of a Catholic Girlhood by Mary McCarthy Just in case you don't have a copy of Map on hand, here are some links to the main poems discussed in this episode: “Love at First Sight” - https://poets.org/poem/love-first-sight “Allegro ma Non Troppo” - http://mrhoyesibwebsite.com/Poetry%20Texts/Szymborska/The%20Poems/Allegro%20Ma%20Non%20Troppo.htm “In Praise of Feeling Bad About Yourself” - https://www.best-poems.net/poem/praise-feeling-bad-about-yourself-by-wislawa-szymborska.html “Consolation” - https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/poems/48271/consolation-56d2295fb70bb Szymborska's Nobel Lecture - https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/literature/1996/szymborska/lecture/ Visit us online at onebrightbook.com. Browse our bookshelves at Bookshop.org. Comments? Write us at onebrightmail at gmail Find us on Twitter at @pod_bright Frances: @nonsuchbook Dorian: @ds228 Rebecca: @ofbooksandbikes Dorian's blog: https://eigermonchjungfrau.blog/ Rebecca's newsletter: https://readingindie.substack.com/ Our theme music was composed and performed by Owen Maitzen. You can find more of his music here: https://soundcloud.com/omaitzen.
Episode 543 also includes the first installment from a new series of essays called "Fairytales for Slightly Depressed Adults" by our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese. This first piece is titled "The Butcher's Wife." We have an E.W. Poem called "October Son." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Thelonious Monk, Bob Marley & the Wailers, Jimmy Buffet, Barbara Cook, Michael Franti, Branford Marsalis and Terence Blanchard. Commercial Free, Small Batch Radio Crafted in the West Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World. Tell Your Friends and Neighbors.
In the twenty-seventh episode of Season 9 (Keep It Musical!) Kyle is joined by a panel of guests, script supervisor Katy Baldwin, filmmaker Michael Willer, and musician Ben Childs, to discuss the powerful musical about one man's struggle with the collision of religious tradition against the inevitable fluctuations of change as it parallels the displacement of community, identity, and history in Norman Jewison's adaptation of the great Broadway classic Fiddler on the Roof (1971).
Click here to become a Parajunkie today! www.patreon.com/savannahunderground Welcome to this chilling episode where we delve deep into the icy legends of the Wendigo, a mythological creature deeply ingrained in the folklore of various Algonquian tribes. Journey with us as we uncover the unsettling tales of Swift Runner, a man consumed by a hunger so terrifying, it's hard to believe; and Jack Fiddler, the revered Shaman with the dark duty of combating the Wendigo's influence. Check out Madison's spell jar jewelry website! www.countrywitchco.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/john-taylor-timmons/support
Stacii the Drag Artist joined me to discuss her journey; starting to sing in school; incorporating drag; constant performing; taking voice lessons; producing her own show; writing a one person show; her show at Sparkle; singing in French, pre-school; stage fright; being judged by Willam and Alaska from Rupaul's Drag Race; her first show My Quarter Life Crisis; makeup and drag time requirements; first time seeing drag; didn't know women could do drag; Broadway shows; wanting to do songs from Waitress; eighties music; Total Eclipse of the Heart; favorite singers; Lady Gaga; Sam Smith; interacting with the audience; dealing with ADHD and binge eating disorder; showing the bright side of life; bringing visuals, costumes, and props to her show; how to get tickets; being Jewish; adding a song from Fiddler on the Roof; Barbra Streisand; all Jewish drag show; being observant; my daughter being a fan; having a great family; wanting to tour Australia; being on a reality show; auditioning for American Idol; Taylor Swift; traveling; trouble sleeping; being on Cameo; her accompanist DJ Master Mase; her upcoming tour; Edinburgh Fringe Festival; getting back in the swing after vacation at the Cup open mic
There may be no better person that embodies the vision of “Plant Stories” like herbal troubadour and Appalachian naturalist, Doug Elliot. A gifted storyteller, Doug recites both wisdom and whimsical through spoken word and song. We've compiled some of our favorite songs that Doug has recorded with us and are releasing them together, in this delightful and heart-warming episode. Our host, Thomas, gives a brief introduction in between Doug's sets, offering context for each of the four botanical tales & tunes. Today's episode also comes with a special visual bonus! We had the pleasure of visiting with Doug in the summer of 2022 at his Appalachian homestead. Click here to see some of the photos of Doug in his element. Visit the links below to watch the videos of Doug's storytelling serenades on our YouTube channel: Dandelion Tips, Tales, & Tunes Life Lessons Through a Song About an Apple Rural Riddles & Blackberry Boogie A Sweet Strawberry Tale & Tune Want to hear more from Doug? Give “Interviews on Herbal Radio | Featuring Doug Elliot” a listen! Visit Doug Elliot's website here Doug Elliot is a naturalist, herbalist, storyteller, basket maker, back-country guide, philosopher, and harmonica wizard. For many years made his living as a traveling herbalist, gathering and selling herbs, teas, and remedies. He has spent a great deal of time with traditional country folk and indigenous people, learning their stories, folklore and traditional ways of relating to the natural world. In recent years he has performed and presented programs at festivals, museums, botanical gardens, nature centers and schools from Canada to the Caribbean. He has been a featured storyteller at the National Storytelling Festival. He has lectured and performed at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto and conducted workshops for the Smithsonian Institution. He has led ranger training sessions for the National Park Service and guided people on wilderness experiences from down-east Maine to the Florida Everglades. He was named harmonica champion at Fiddler's Grove Festival in Union Grove, N.C. He is the author of five books, many articles in regional and national magazines, has recorded a number of award winning albums of stories and songs, and is occasionally seen on PBS-TV, and the History and National Geographic Channels. In recent years, he has received a variety of honors. The National Storytelling Network (the largest storytelling membership organization in the world) inducted him into their Circle of Excellence for “exceptional commitment and exemplary contribution to the art of storytelling.” The International Herb Association presented him with the Otto Richter Award honoring his work with herbs and useful wild plants. The National Association for Interpretation (the professional organization of park rangers, naturalists, museum curators, etc.) gave him the Master Front Line Interpreter Award for his “mastery of interpretive techniques, program development, and design of creative projects” celebrating the natural world and our human connection to nature. Elliot's passion for the natural world developed in early childhood roaming the woods and waters around his home. His dad used to say, “That boy knows what's under every rock between here and town.” He still roams the woods today. He has traveled from the Canadian North to the Central American jungles studying plant and animal life and seeking out the traditional wisdom of people with intimate connections to the natural world. And he still looks under rocks. These days he uncovers more than just a few strange critters; he brings to light the human connection to this vibrant world of which we are a part. Join our community! Subscribe to the Mountain Rose Herbs newsletter Subscribe to Mountain Rose Herbs on YouTube Follow on Instagram Like on Facebook Follow on Pinterest Read the Mountain Rose Herbs blog Follow on TikTok Strengthening the bonds between people and plants for a healthier world. Mountain Rose Herbs www.mountainroseherbs.com
It's giving....Mother. Punam Patel makes her gay ass podcast debut after winning the title of COCK at That's A Gay Ass Live Show in June (Champion of CharacterActress Knowledge). This week we discuss:-2001 Winona Ryder-Punam's role in Fiddler on the Roof-Ryan O'Connell-casting controversyplus we ask, "did you buy your tickets to see GALS in the New York Comedy fest?"**********************************************************************Buy your NY Comedy Fest GAY ASS LIVE SHOW tickets HERE.Follow Punam on Instagram (@bigpunam)!Follow Eric on IG (@ericwillz), Tiktok (@ericwillzTT) and Gay Ass Podcast on Instagram (@gayasspodcast)!Support GAY ASS PODCAST for just $5 a month at patreon.com/gayasspodcast!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/thats-a-gay-ass-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Eisbrecher: This is Deutsch Eisbrecher: Volle Kraft voraus Oomph!: Nur ein Mensch Janus: Isaak U-Tek: Das Mass der Dinge Eco: Entfesselt Melotron: Kein Problem And One: Zeit ohne Zeit Northern Lite: Raise the dead Fiji: Dark Night Kontrust: I physically like you Fiddler's Green: Shanghai'd in Portsmouth Die Buben im Pelz: Die Wüdn
H. Alan Scott/Sadie Pines and Kerri Doherty are breaking down the life and career of our beloved Bea Arthur! Featuring clips from Bea's 2001 interview with The Television Academy, they discuss everything from her military career to her early theater days, and even some saucy drama surrounding Mame and Fiddler on the Roof! Plus: Bea almost turned down the big role that would ultimately lead her to The Golden Girls. Watch the full interview with Be Arthur: https://interviews.televisionacademy.com/interviews/beatrice-arthur Buy tickets to our upcoming live show in Los Angeles on 9/24! https://www.outonthelanai.com/live For more Golden Girls greatness, visit OutOnTheLanai.com and follow us at... instagram.com/OutOnTheLanaiOfficial facebook.com/GoldenGirlsPodcast twitter.com/GoldenGirlsPod FOLLOW H. ALAN SCOTT/SADIE PINES... instagram.com/SadiePines instagram.com/HAlanScott linktr.ee/HAlanScott FOLLOW KERRI DOHERTY... instagram.com/squidsy twitter.com/SquidEatSquid Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
CV Vision: Die frommen Wanderer Kommando Kant: Streuner H-Blockx: Time of my life Fiddler's Green: No Anthem Rosenstolz: Ich bin ich Paul van Dyk/Peter Heppner: Wir sind wir Revolverheld: Ich lass für Dich das Licht an AnnenMayKantereit: Oft gefragt Marcus Wiebusch: Der Tag wird kommen Thees Uhlmann: Am 07. März Kettcar: Sommer '89 Schweisser: Narrenschiff Selig: Wir werden uns Wiedersehen Rummelsnuff: Salzig schmeckt der Wind Greta Schloch: Tanzende Hydranten
Tom and Julie watch Joe Piscopo dedicate a song to Mike Lindell, Garth Brooks sing Fiddler on the Roof, and more! Plus Tom creates the Michael Chiklis Guarantee! Tom and Julie review Brett's ad read for Earwolf Presents and pitch a new Ken Bone podcast to CEO Joe while he's on vacation! Also Gen Z Willy Wonka, George W. Bush's Black Coffee breakfasts, hitting all the buttons on the elevator, the Green Arrow on Strike, Johnny Carson on Hot Ones, and more! CLIPS FROM THIS EPISODE *Harvey Sid Fisher, "Virgo" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPtrye4E3-I *Joe Piscopo Dedicates a Song to Mike Lindell https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4wzSTds-qs *Al Goldstein Interviews Tiny Tim https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wQCe_5wY6A *Garth Brooks as Tevya on The Muppet Show https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxKgHMhVmbA *Joe Walsh on AI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dW_dploc1fY *Motley Cruz Wrestling Promo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-plcPgUw9I SUPPORT DOUBLE THREAT ON PATREON Weekly Bonus Episodes, Monthly Livestreams, Video Episodes, and More! https://www.patreon.com/DoubleThreatPod WATCH VIDEO CLIPS OF DOUBLE THREAT https://www.youtube.com/@doublethreatpod JOIN THE DOUBLE THREAT FAN GROUPS *Discord https://discord.com/invite/PrcwsbuaJx *Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/doublethreatfriends *Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/doublethreatfriends DOUBLE THREAT MERCH https://www.teepublic.com/stores/double-threat TOTALLY EFFED UP T-SHIRTS https://www.teepublic.com/user/dttfu SEND SUBMISSIONS TO DoubleThreatPod@gmail.com FOLLOW DOUBLE THREAT https://twitter.com/doublethreatpod https://www.instagram.com/doublethreatpod DOUBLE THREAT IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/double-threat Theme song by Mike Krol Artwork by Michael Kupperman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In 2022, Sara Milonovich was named Americana Artist of the Year by the Capital District Thomas Edison Music Awards (known as the Eddies). Sara's music has been described as original ROOTS ROCK and ALT-AMERICANA. Listen to Sara talk about her music and what it means to her! AND this Thursday, September 7th, Sara and her band Daisycutter will be performing at Caffe Lena's in Saratoga Springs! Part 1 of a 2-part interview, produced by Marsha Lazarus
Jenn Fiddler's story is inspiring AF. After experiencing a vertebral artery dissection during a BJJ training session, resulting in multiple strokes and a posterior fossa decompressive craniectomy (surgery removing a part of her skull), Jenn has started over again from post-surgery recovery all the way to preparing to compete at BJJ Worlds with me. It's taught her just how strong she really is and how much she can handle. This truly showcases what you can do when you practice brave in the face of adversity, as well as what awesome things moms are capable of. Thank you to Jenn for sharing your story. Join the waitlist to become a Pregnancy & Postpartum Athleticism Coach here: briannabattles.com/waitlist Join the FREE Pregnant & Postpartum Athlete Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/141211206516734 MORE ABOUT THE SHOW: The Practice Brave podcast brings you the relatable, trustworthy and transparent health & fitness information you're looking for when it comes to coaching, being coached and transitioning through the variables of motherhood and womanhood. You will learn from athletes and experts in the women's health and coaching/performance realm as they share their knowledge and experience on all things Pregnancy & Postpartum Athleticism. Whether you're a newly pregnant athlete or postpartum athlete, knowing how to adjust your workouts, mental approach and coaching can be confusing. Each week we'll be tackling questions around adjusting your workouts and mindset, diastasis recti, pelvic health, mental health, identity, and beyond. Through compelling interviews and solo shows, Brianna speaks directly to where you're at because she's been there too! Tune in every other week and share the show with your athlete friends!
On this episode: Hollywood has no respect for tornado movies, Tyler pays the Fiddler, and Godzilla gets the father-son treatment. PLUS! Messages from the classmates, 2009 audiences get blindsided, and Ken... put your shirt back onhttp://www.MCFCpodcast.comhttp://www.facebook.com/MCFCpodcasthttp://www.twitter.com/podcastMCFChttp://www.tiktok.com/middleclassfilmclasshttp://www.instagram.com/middleclassfilmclassEmail: MCFCpodcast@gmail.comLeave us a voicemail at (209) 730-6010Merch store - https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/Join the Patreon:www.patreon.con/middleclassfilmclassPatrons:JavierListener Stephen: The Maple Syrup DonJoel ShinnemanLinda McCalisterHeather Sachs https://twitter.com/DorkOfAllDorksRyan CorbinJason forcefivepodcast.comBrendan BealChris GeigerDylanMitch Burns linktr.ee/MitchburnsRobert Stewart SWOProductions.comJason linktr.ee/scenethatreviewsAndrew Martin https://andrewwatchesmovies.libsyn.com/Joseph Navarro Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe Streaming Picks:Spirited Away - MaxGet Shorty - Tubi, Roku, Hoopla, MGM+, Pluto TV, FuboBe Cool - Tubi, Roku, Hoopla, FreeVee, Pluto TVBasic Instinct - Showtime, Paramount+, DirecTV, FuboSave Yourselves! - Hulu, Hoopla, Kanopy
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The gang sells their daughter off to LAZAR WOLF this week, as they review an all-time classic musical about life at the turn of the century in remote Russia, Fiddler on The Roof (1971). Based on the smash hit Broadway musical of the same name, the Norman Jewison directed film tells the story of Tevye, the Jewish milk man, and father of 5 daughters. Tevye must wrestle with tradition and the happiness of his family, while dealing with the sad reality of the spreading anti-Semitic sentiment of the local Authoritarian government. Even if you haven't seen this movie, you undoubtedly know some of the catchy songs: If I were a Rich Man, Matchmaker Matchmaker, Tradition, L'chaim (to life), Sunrise Sunset, Do You Love Me... I can go on. Watch it if you haven't, don't let the runtime scare you... then listen along. http://www.MCFCpodcast.comhttp://www.facebook.com/MCFCpodcasthttp://www.twitter.com/podcastMCFChttp://www.tiktok.com/middleclassfilmclasshttp://www.instagram.com/middleclassfilmclass Email: MCFCpodcast@gmail.comLeave us a voicemail at (209) 730-6010Merch store - https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/ Join the Patreon:www.patreon.con/middleclassfilmclass Patrons:JavierListener Stephen: The Maple Syrup DonJoel ShinnemanLinda McCalisterHeather Sachs https://twitter.com/DorkOfAllDorksRyan CorbinJason forcefivepodcast.comBrendan BealChris GeigerDylanMitch Burns linktr.ee/MitchburnsRobert Stewart SWOProductions.comJason linktr.ee/scenethatreviewsAndrew Martin https://andrewwatchesmovies.libsyn.com/Joseph Navarro Pete Abeyta and Tyler Noe
This pub is not a real Irish pub, but it's the most-authentic Irish pub that is not in Ireland. Enjoy music from Kinnfolk and Fire in the Glen. Learn when Coffee with The Celtfather returns and what the future holds for this fall. This is Pub Songs & Stories #272. 0:19 - Kinnfolk “Siúil a Rún” from Kinnfolk 3:34 - WELCOME TO PUB SONGS & STORIES I am Marc Gunn. I'm a rhythm and folk Celtic musician and podcaster living in Atlanta, Georgia. This episode kicks off the fall season of Pub Songs & Stories. I'm gonna talk about what I have in store for the fall. I'm also gonna share with you a live concert from the Maggie McGuinness Pub. The most-Irish of Irish pubs that are NOT in Ireland. The first band was Kinnfolk. They are a wife and husband duo out of Virginia. They hosted show #609 of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Where they talked about Irish sessions they performed at during their recent honeymoon in Ireland. That song is from the CD… If you're new to the show, please subscribe. You can do that PubSong.com or even better or you can subscribe and download all of my songs in this show. Just send me an email. pubsong@celtfather . You will get an auto responder to download the month's songs. You will also get that subscribe link. It's quick and easy. While you're emailing me to get your free EP, well album, let me know what you're doing while listening to this episode. 5:10 - UPCOMING SHOWS AUG 19: Fiddler's Green Coffeehouse Concert series at First Existentialist Congregation of Atlanta. 470 Candler Park Dr. NE / Atlanta GA 30307. 404-378-5570. Presented by Atlanta Area Friends of Folk Music (AAFFM). Tickets $10 AUG 24: Marc Gunn Livestreaming Concert on Bandcamp AUG 26: Pepper Place Farmer's Market, Birmingham, AL AUG 23: Coffee with The Celtfather Returns AUG 31-SEP 4: Dragon Con with Brobdingnagian Bards 6:36 - WHAT'S COMING THIS FALL I tried a lot of new things out in the spring. I tried 2 or 3 different show names. I bounced the format around. I did an interview. I shared tips for visiting County Mayo, Ireland. I linked the podcast more tightly to my newsletter. I even shared a Countdown of Celtic music favorites from 2022. It felt to me like I didn't have a direction. And to a large degree, I didn't. As always, I love having this podcast and opportunity to talk about what's new and promote what's coming up. I love sharing stories about sustainability and how to protect our planet. I love sharing stories from my travels. I enjoyed interviewing people. I also know that I don't have a ton of time for this podcast, especially because I have the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. That's my main show. It's the one I promote. It's tough promoting multiple shows. But this podcast serves a very special audience, you, the Gunn Runners who enjoy my music. So the show will continue in a very similar fashion… without the constant show name changes. Whether Pub Songs & Stories is a misnomer or a reflection of my love and appreciation of public house music… folk music for people, it's gonna continue in a similar fashion. I have a list of about 40 things I'd love to talk about. They include shows about sustainability and climate change, stories from my recent trip to Ireland, making better choices for your community, staying healthy with exercise, looking to the future to make things better, and of course, I'll share the stories behind each of the songs I write or have written. Plus, I still want to highlight my fellow musicians, Celtic or otherwise. Because that's just what I do. So we're gonna do that right now with a funny track from the band Fire in the Glen. Rod hosted show #611 of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast and shared a story for Star of the County Down in this podcast. 10:52 - Fire in the Glen “From Amish to Irish” from Cutting Backen 14:23 - JOIN THE GUNN RUNNERS CLUB The show is brought to you by my Gunn Runners on Patreon. If you enjoy this podcast or my music, please join the Club. You will access scores of podcasts, download dozens of songs and sheet music. Plus, you get weekly access to my Coffee with The Celtfather video concerts. Those shows return on Wednesday August 23 at 11 AM Eastern. Sign up for as little as $5 per month and save 15% with an annual membership. Thanks to my newest Gunn Runners on Patreon: DWS, Melissa Randall, A. Lynch, Traci Girard-Turner, Michelle Hahn, Lisa, David Willer, Jo Navarre, Tracy O'Shea, Antoinette Brenion, John Dowling, Kate Smith 15:32 - LIVE SHOW FROM MAGGIE MCGUINNESS PUB 16:36 - “Slainte Mhaith” 20:37 - “Kilted” 23:38 - “Mingulay Boat Song” 29:41 - “Reaver's Lullaby” 34:44 - “Bright Side of Everything” 41:41 - “Shiny” 46:39 - “Breathing” 52:13 - “Mingulay Cat Song” 58:57 - “Black Velvet Band” 1:02:39 - “Don't Go Drinking With Hobbits” 1:06:45 - “Wild Mountain Thyme” 1:11:04 - “Come Adventure With Me” 1:16:55 - “Johnny Jump Up” 1:22:03 - NEXT TIME I'm gonna share some stories from my Celtic Invasion of County Mayo. So make sure you subscribe. And also please consider posting a review on Apple Podcasts. I'm still hoping to get those 10 new reviews. I'm still about 8 shy. Seriously, it means a lot to me when you post a review of the show. It also helps others know if they should subscribe as well. And if you can't support me financially, you can always leave a review for free. 1:22:44 - CREDITS Thanks for listening to Pub Songs & Stories. The show is brought to you by my Gunn Runners on Patreon. Every week, you'll get a new podcast or song or video or video concert. You'll save 25% off all the merch in my store. The show was edited by Mitchell Petersen with graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. You can subscribe and listen to the show wherever you find podcasts. Sign up to my mailing list to read the show notes for this episode and find out where I'm performing. And of course, please tell one friend about this podcast. Word of mouth is the absolute best way to support any creative endeavor. Have fun and sing along at www.pubsong.com! #pubstories #irishpubsongs #irishdrinkingsongs
On this episode of Whatahockey, we are revisiting one of our very first interviews on the pod, Vern Fiddler Fidds was one of our very first guests EVER Dallas Stars Alumni joins the pod and shares his stories from the league WE NEED HOCKEY BACK Seriously, we miss it Make sure to follow all our wonderful sponsors! (3rd Line Hockey, Sauce Toss, Conway & Banks, Nicemitts) Have someone you want to join the pod? Or want to become a sponsor? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Steppenwolf Theatre Company ensemble member and co-founder Jeff Perry returns to Chicago to star in Harold Pinter's No Man's Land, and he discusses what drew him to this role, at this time, at this theatre. Perry shares how seeing John Gielgud and Ralph Richardson in No Man's Land in 1975 inspired a lifetime love of theatre and passion for Pinter; reveals the surprising number of Pinter productions at Steppenwolf over the years; evokes the original cast of Fiddler on the Roof; confesses the delirious joy of communal tomfoolery; talks about how Balm in Gilead gave him a triple doctorate in advanced theatre physics, as well as a motto for the Steppenwolf ensemble; and marvels at the wonder of having a “jazz soul.” Just a couple of old theatre geeks sitting around talking. (Length 21:47)
Philip and Courtney discuss the classic film, "Fiddler on the Roof". What parts of this movie do they love? What parallels do they make with this movie? What are their thoughts of Topol in the lead role? Listen to this episode for these questions and more!! Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gilmoremovU
"He's as accustomed to the whip as I am to poverty." You might know Sholem Aleichem's celebrated comedic hero of Yiddish literature, Tevye (or Tevya) from the musical Fiddler on the Roof. But decades earlier, titan of the Yiddish theatre scene Maurice Schwartz got a camera and a cast together and brought Aleichem's stories to the silver screen for the first time with Tevye. We teamed up with Daniel Zana & Harry Ottensoser from Jews on Film to discuss the significance of this, the first non-English film ever inducted into the National Film Registry. We look at how it reflects the culture of the Jewish diaspora of both Aleichem and Schwartz's era, the brief but impactful Yiddish Cinema movement, and of course...tradition! Today's episode is brought to you by Audible. Try out Audible for free using our unique link here.Hosts:Michael NataleTwitterLetterboxd Tom LorenzoTwitterLetterboxd Jews on FilmPodcastInstagramTwitterYouTubeTikTok Producer:Kyle LamparTwitter Follow the Show:TwitterInstagramWebsite Music by Mike Natale
Pete is the author of the Revolutionary War adventure The Fiddler's Gun and its sequel Fiddler's Green as well as a variety of short stories. As a playwright he has published The Battle of Franklin (first produced by Studio Tenn in 2016 and revived in 2017), a stage adaptation of Frankenstein (produced by Studio Tenn in 2018), and The Hiding Place, which received its world premier production from A. D. Players in Houston, Texas in 2019. Among the many strange things he's been in life are the following: U. S. Marine air traffic controller, television editor, art teacher and boatwright at the Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch, and progenitor of the mysterious Budge-Nuzzard. He and his wife, Jennifer, live in Nashville where he is the Executive Director of the Rabbit Room and Managing Editor of Rabbit Room Press.
Author, Playwright and Executive Director of The Rabbit Room joins LAB: The Podcast to celebrate the cinema release of Corrie Ten Boom's “The Hiding Place” premiering across the country on August 3rd. Don't miss the chance to hear from Pete ahead of the release and support the film by sharing and getting your tickets! Pete is the author of the Revolutionary War adventure The Fiddler's Gun and its sequel Fiddler's Green as well as a variety of short stories. As a playwright he has published The Battle of Franklin (first produced by Studio Tenn in 2016 and revived in 2017), a stage adaptation of Frankenstein (produced by Studio Tenn in 2018), and The Hiding Place, which received its world premier production from A. D. Players in Houston, Texas in 2019. He and his wife, Jennifer, live in Nashville where he is the Executive Director of the Rabbit Room and Managing Editor of Rabbit Room Press.
“For anybody that's struggling or does not believe in themselves, you just have to keep going because one day it will happen and it will be the most glorious thing of your whole lives. So, never stop. Never stop.” – Marla Mindelle It's BroadwayCon 2023! This special episode is filmed live in front of a BroadwayCon audience. We had such an amazing turn out and I already cannot wait until next year. This panel was loaded with incredible insight so let's get into it. In this episode we discuss… Why it's so important being a multi-hyphenate today. Creating Titanique Off Broadway Having a better relationship with money Bonding two seemingly contrasting hyphens but understand they meld perfectly Failure Workflow & more Rachel Wright Rachel Wright, MA, LMFT (she/her) is a distinguished psychotherapist and renowned speaker with expertise in modern relationships, mental health, and sex. Master's Degree in clinical psychology. Podcast: The Wright Conversations - A Podcast About Sex, Relationships, & Mental Health. Rachel created the virtual workshop series What You Wish You Learned in School: Sex Ed and co-produced and hosted a show at Green Room 42 in NYC called “One Night Stand: A Night for Sexier & Healthier Broadway.” Previously SHAPE Magazine's Sex + Relationships Coach and is currently one of mindbodygreen's article review experts. Featured in numerous media outlets, including The New York Times, PIX 11 (NYC), Women's Health (online and print), Cosmopolitan (online and print) and NBC News Radio, among others. Al Silber Al Silber is an actress, singer, writer and educator. She has performed roles on Broadway, in London's West End, on television and film, and concert stages. In London, she created the role of Laura Fairlie in The Woman in White, played Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof and Julie Jordan in Carousel. In New York, she appeared in Hello Again, Master Class, created the role of Sara Jane in Arlington and as Tzeitel in the Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof.Her novels After Anatevka and White Hot Grief Parade were both published by Pegasus Books in 2018. L Morgan Lee L Morgan Lee (she/her) is a Tony Award® nominated actress and storyteller known for her history-making turn in A Strange Loop on Broadway. In London, she was seen playing famed artist Lili Elbe in a musical adaptation of The Danish Girl currently in development. Other work includes well over a decade of Off-Broadway, Regional, International/National concerts and tours. In the studio, L Morgan was the voice of Ornate Williams in Sugar Maple w. Fred Savage (Osiris Media) and can be found on Joe Iconis' album (Ghostlight Records), The Rainbow Lullaby Album (Broadway Records), and more. @lmorganlee | lmorganlee.com Marla Mindelle Marla Mindelle is an actress, writer and composer. 2023 Lucille Lortel Award for Best Performer in a musical for her portrayal of Céline Dion in the hit Off-Broadway musical, Titanique. As a co-writer, Titanique also won the Lucille Lortel for Best Off-Broadway Musical. She has received an Outer Circle Critics Nomination for her portrayal of Sister Mary Robert in the original cast of Sister Act on Broadway. Other Broadway: Stepsister Gabrielle in Cinderella, South Pacific (Broadway) and The Drowsy Chaperone (Kitty, First National Tour). TV: Special on Netflix. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It seems silly to ask this question in the first place. However, this episode isn't for the Jewish audience. This episode is a PSA to non-Jews across the globe. Every day, Jews are the targets of antisemitism. From innocently ignorant comments to intentionally hurtful actions, a common default insult is the look of a Jew. We're often characterized as white European and rural like the caricatures from Fiddler on the Roof. Rayna and Chaz know this is farther from the truth. In this episode of Bad Jew, Rayna Rose Exelbierd (self-identified as 'orthofox', not orthodox) jumps onto the podcast to explore this seemingly simple concept with host Chaz Volk. Rayna's experience across the globe as an entrepreneur, author, and IDF veteran has given her the authority to tell it as it is. You'll find that her presence is empowering and refreshing. About Rayna Rose Exelbierd: Rayna Rose Exelbierd is an entrepreneur, motivational speaker, youth mentor, and children's author. Recently recognized by Hadassah as "18 American Zionist Women You Should Know", Rayna Rose uses her Jewish influence and experiences to empower non-Jewish audiences to learn Jewish history, develop relationships with the Jewish community and connect with Holocaust survivors through workshops and lectures. Her podcast, The Rose Grows, features survivors and stories of human connection and kindness. As founder and CEO, Chief Empowerment Officer of The Rose Grows, Rayna shares personal stories of facing antisemitism and how she rose up to fight it. Rayna has mentored thousands of students from around the world and has published two books, The Girl Who Said Hello to Everyone and The Girl Who Wore Two Different Shoes. In the last 10 years, over a quarter of a million people have heard Rayna speak on stage and in classrooms around the world. Connect with Bad Jew: Join our online community HERE: https://linktr.ee/badjew BadJewPod@gmail.com Ig @BadJewPod TikTok @BadJewPod
Marty...we're feeling all the feels for you. Should Marty have even gone to the dinner at China Palace? Should Rory have told Logan she couldn't go...and that she had plans with Marty? Also, we noticed Rory did something that has us all feeling she crossed the line. Luke and Lorelai exchanging glances backstage at Fiddler on the Roof. We just wanted them to hold hands, so badly! Scott didn't like Luke behavior in one particular scene, do you agree? And, that KISS...Rory and Logan...Plus, should Luke have just left the boat where it was!!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.