Mark Danni is the Founding Producing Artistic Director of TheatreZone, a professional Equity theatre company in Naples, Florida and he created and runs the theatre program at The Community School of Naples. He's been involved with many Broadway, Off-Broadway, and regional productions as a Director, Music Director, Conductor and Drummer/Percussionist including New York City directing credits for What Would Esther Williams Do In A Situation Like This?, Sea Fever, and Aggravation. He has conducted National Tours of Les Miserables and Barnum, and as a Drummer/Percussionist, Mark's Broadway credits include Chicago, Annie Get Your Gun, Les Mis, Miss Saigon, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Grand Hotel. And also he's been a part of national Tours of The Phantom of the Opera, Fame, Hair, 42nd Street, Nunsense, and the European Tour of Evita; and is a member of The Society for Directors & Choreographers and the American Federation of Musicians.
This show is made possible by you - thank you for supporting us on Patreon - subscribe for early episode drops, extra discussions, and opportunities to appear on our live audience They Joined It - next one is happening Saturday, August 13th! (https://www.patreon.com/TheyCoinedItPodPatreon.com/theycoineditpod) Megan's feeling desperate, Beth is feeling blue, and Don's feeling a great deal of pain. Is it a Top 3 finale? It is not, but it's a pivotal finale, and there's no shame there - and you can take that to the second floor. Enjoy "Participation Trophies," in which Dan and Roberta discuss the Mad Men Season 5 finale, "The Phantom." WE'VE GOT MERCH! - They Coined It on a shirt or Your Dick Whitman is Showing on a mug or Eminently Chewable on a sticker or whatever else. CONTACT US: Questions@TheyCoinedItPod.com Patreon Instagram Twitter Facebook Producer, Editor - Roberta Lipp Graphics (logo and merch) - Albert Stern (stickrust arts) Theme by Adam Michael Tilford (Venmo: @Adam-Tilford-1) - need a podcast theme? Adam is your guy.
This week's Rap Battle was a musical special as Wippa went up against Josh Piterman, aka the lead in the new production of The Phantom of the Opera at the Sydney House! Get tickets to see The Phantom of the Opera at the Sydney Opera House: https://www.sydneyoperahouse.com/events/whats-on/opera-australia/2022/the-phantom-of-the-opera.html See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The art of the film novelization is the subject of this week's episode with author Brad Carter. Brad talks of his latest collaboration with Severin Film on the novelizations of “Night of the Demon” and "Mardi Gras Massacre" as well as his other works. Films: Night of the Demon (1980), Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge (1989), Hereditary (2018), Allegoria (2022), The Silence of the Lambs (1991), Scream (2022), Cruel Jaws (1995) Hey, we're on YouTube! Listening on an iPhone? Don't forget to rate us on iTunes! Fill our fe-mailbag by emailing us at OverlookHour@gmail.com Reach us on Instagram (@theoverlooktheatre) Facebook (@theoverlookhour) Twitter (@OverlookHour)
Several months ago, a tragic shooting took place in Buffalo, New York, that drew the nation's attention. In the wake of that tragedy, C.J. Hughes has written an article in The New York Times about the city's identity and its history and where it's moving, going forward. Buffalo has experienced de-industrialization and suburbanization—both causing the city decades of decline. And now, for the first time in 70 years, Buffalo is seeing a population increase and signs of economic recovery after WWII. Hughes attributes much of this recovery to a years-long effort to improve the city through strategic public and private partnerships. Here today on Upzoned to talk about this story of progress and revitalization is Bernice Radle, a small-scale developer who has written and spoken for Strong Towns before about Buffalo. Radle joins Upzoned host Abby Kinney as they discuss the city's recent evolution and growth. Additional Show Notes “Buffalo's ‘Other Story' Is Told in Redevelopment and Growth,” by C.J. Hughes, The New York Times (July 2022). Abby Kinney (Twitter). Bernice Radle (website). Theme Music by Kemet the Phantom.
Nigal Miller grew up on the West Virginia side of the Ohio River and chose to serve his nation as a U.S. Naval aviator. He received his wings in 1961 and subsequently served three tours of duty in the Vietnam War aboard three different aircraft carriers.In this edition of "Veterans Chronicles," CDR Miller explains the exhilaration of landing on the deck of an aircraft carrier and why why he thinks the F-8 Crusader was the finest fighter plane of its generation, superior even to the Soviet MiG. Miller also describes providing close air support for American ground forces in Vietnam and serving on the admiral's staff aboard the USS Midway on his final deployment and much more.
This week we are joined by Kyle Chaka, contributor to the New York Times and co-founder of Dirt, a newsletter about digital culture, to discuss how the algorithm on social media sites invisibly shapes the language, content, and even posting styles most prevalent. We use the example of Instagram's current insane attempt to become Tiktok 2 by pushing hard for a more video-based content economy, and how this is affecting the average user. We also discuss Kyle's excellent article about 'Algorithmic Anxiety', the constant looming terror that one day the algorithm could just simply change, destroying an up-and-coming influencer's career unless they make drastic changes to their content to optimise it to an ever-shifting and never-explained standard. It's a great chat that actually ends on a hopeful note! Kyle can be found at https://twitter.com/chaykak Dirt can be found at https://twitter.com/dirtxyz and the article discussed in this episode can be found at https://www.newyorker.com/culture/infinite-scroll/the-age-of-algorithmic-anxiety -------- Ten Thousand Posts is a show about how everything is posting. It's hosted by Hussein (@HKesvani), Phoebe (@PRHRoy) and produced by Devon (@Devon_onEarth).
Stephen East and Jermayn Parker join together talking all the latest Phantom comics and news from around the world. Joined by Mikael Lyck and Christian Moller who review the Fantomen comics and the latest comics from Germany. For those who cannot listen to the whole podcast, below is a runsheet with time stamps for you to listen to parts that may interest you.Frew Publications Comics ReviewFrew #1922: 3 Minutes 30 SecondsFrew #1923:9 Minutes 30 SecondsFrew #1924: 21 Minutes 30 SecondsFantomen Comics ReviewFantomen 14-15/2022: 28 Minutes 30 SecondsGerman Comics ReviewWick #1: 32 Minutes 30 SecondsWick #2: 35 Minutes 30 SecondsZaubersten #1: 39 MinutesZauberstern #2: 42 MinutesThe Ultimate Guide to German Comic Books: 44 Minutes 30 SecondsDaily / Sunday Stories Progress DiscussionSunday 193: "Return of the Temple of the Gods": 1 Hour 1 MinutesDaily 260: "The Phantoms End": 1 Hour 7 Minutes 30 SecondsNewsScott Cohn - Second Ghost Artist (link): 1 Hour 20 Minutes (More discussion from 1 Hour 7 Minutes also)Update on buying Phantom figurines in Australia (link): 1 Hour 21 MinutesComplete list of shops in Australia and outside of Australia that stock themPhantom Showbags (link): 1 Hour 26 Minutes 30 SecondsFantomet Christmas Album cover & contents (link): 1 Hour 32 Minutes2021 Fantomen Best Cover Announced (link): 1 Hour 34 MinutesPre Order for new Mythos Book (link): 1 Hour 36 MinutesCover announced for Heart of Darkness Sweden HC book (link): 1 Hour 38 MinutesNew CC website design (link): 1 Hour 50 Minutes 30 SecondsPlease note, we are still after a reviewer from Brazil reviewing all the latest Mythos Phantom comics. please contact us.We want your feedback on a few topics. You can email us at email@example.com or chat with us via our social media profiles with your feedback at Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram.Do you have the new NECA and Boss Fight Studio figurines?Would you like to see Frew release a TPB (or hardcover) collection of the Heart of Darkness collection?Would you like to see more higher end collection books?Did you enjoy the Belle Epoque series? Would you like to see more stories featuring Jane and the 19th Phantom?Would you like to see publishers create more indepth stories on past Phantoms like what Frew and Pidde Andersson have done here?Was the first time the Phantom's room in Notre Dame introduced in a Lee Falk story? If so, which one?Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. Support the show
This week on Sam Talks Nerdy, I sit down and discuss 1996's The Phantom, starring Billy Zane! I also talk about The Predators as well as briefly discussing how The Phantom can make a case on how superhero movies can be good and not have a massive budget and be big and bombastic. Please leave a review and a five star rating! Make sure to follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecomicfactor/ Leave a voice message for me on the Anchor! Make sure to follow me on: Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Breaker, Anchor, Overcast, Pocket Casts, and RadioPublic.
KJ, Meredith, Jenn, and Moira are breaking the fourth wall in this one to talk about Blazing Saddles and make babytalk at Dean Winchester being a somewhat normal and productive member of society. Meredith makes things about Phantom of the Opera in her mythology segment, and Jenn and KJ slander Matt Damon.CW Episode Description: Sam and Dean make a trip to Hollywood to investigate the death of one of the actors on a horror film set after rumors begin that he was killed by a ghost. They discover the death was a publicity hoax but when the executive producer and a studio executive are killed, Sam and Dean realize they are dealing with a haunted set. Gary Cole guest stars as Brad Redding, one of the stars of the horror film.Linktree including sign up sheet to be on the podcast and our Discord server: https://linktr.ee/SupernaturalOpinionsPodcastGuest social medias:Meredith (tiktok, instagram and Tumblr): shaedsofdeianeiraJenn: rupertgayes on all platforms!Moira: moira_friske on all things
This week we look back at the Italian 50s horror Caltiki: The Immortal Monster, the only Oscar-winning Universal Monster Film, Phantom of the Opera, the odd agenda-driven Greek horror film Land of the Minotaur and the debut of an iconic mask and what could have been in Friday the 13th Part 3! Stay Scared! CONTACT US: firstname.lastname@example.org GAME WITH US: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3fZWohl8kS9rGA8xGHat9Q VIST US: https://www.weekinhorror.net/ FOLLOW US: https://www.facebook.com/weekinhorror https://www.twitter.com/weekinhorror https://www.instagram.com/week_in_horror/ https://www.youtube.com/weekinhorror https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3fZWohl8kS9rGA8xGHat9Q SUPPORT US: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/weekinhorror https://www.patreon.com/weekinhorror https://week-in-horror.creator-spring.com/? JOIN US: https://discord.gg/PDGDeWJz4E Joshua Olsen's Art Store https://www.badsamurai.store #horror #horrorpodcast #horrormovies #horrorfan #horrormovie #horrorart #horrorfilm #horroraddict #instahorror #horrorjunkie #horrornerd #horrorgram #horrorlover #horrorfanatic #horrormakeup #horrorgeek #horrorfilms #horrorcollector #horrorlife #horrorfamily #rockyhorrorpictureshow #halloweenhorrornights #horrorstories #horrorfans #80shorror #horrorclub #rockyhorror #horrorpunk #horrorobsessed #classichorror #horrorcollection #horrorcommunity #ilovehorror #horrorstory #horrornights #horrorfreak #horrorpage #horrorgirl #horrorgame #horrortattoo #americanhorrorstory --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/weekinhorror/support
PHANTOM ELECTRIC GHOST INTERVIEWS PRODUCER SONGWRITER RICK LIFE 2022 We talk up her latest projects: (Odo Be, Liberty Life), and her new EP "Liberty Life" BIO Started making music since 2018. Studied songwriting, mixing, recording at college and have BA of Music. Based in Bay Area, California and Seattle for 4 years. Currently make music from Tokyo, Japan. I make original tracks/beats and also provide them to other artists. My dream is to become an amazing music producer and take any artists to Grammy Awards.” Liberty Life https://open.spotify.com/album/6JvbYUlxDW3IROtpdymp4Y?si=Z6WXr08BSuqEyKRo88aQXQ Website Links https://solo.to/rickmusiclife Instagram https://www.instagram.com/_rickmusiclife_/ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/ricklife Spotify https://open.spotify.com/artist/1xq6yuXMLx2DLZno4u6xES Check out Charity Focused Online Lottery Visit out DoubeJack.online https://found.ee/DoubleJack_Online ********** Download and use Newsly for free now from www.newsly.me or from the link in the description, and use promo code GH0ST2021 and receive a 1-month free premium subscription. #Podcast, #Phantom #Ghost #Phantom #PhantomElectricGhost #Podcaster #Podcast #Viral #Audio #Podcast #MusicProducer #Interview #NewHampshire #JAZZ Soul #Indie #Interview #PerformanceArt #SingerSongwriter #Electronic #Tokyo #RickLife #Japan #ElectronicMusic #ProducerLife --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/phantom-electric/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/phantom-electric/support
In this episode of The Scoop, Solana Labs co-founder and COO Raj Gokal discusses his early impression of Solana Spaces, as well as the innovation and experimentation that is occurring across the Solana ecosystem at a "breakneck pace." As Gokal explains, some people who visit Solana Spaces' first location in Manhattan are discovering that web3 might not be as daunting as it seems: "There's hundreds of people coming through — just starting their first Phantom wallet, sending their first USDC, and learning, 'okay, using crypto is like not that complicated.'"In addition to the inroads Solana is making in the physical world, Solana is currently hosting a virtual hackathon called 'Summer Camp' — the largest Solana hackathon to date, according to Gokal: "The hackathon that's going right now has almost 14,000 developers. This is the most participation from a hackathon that we've ever seen… and it's now — in the depths of the bear market."Although the price of SOL has fallen approximately 85% since last November's highs, the Solana Network has seen accelerated adoption over the same period, as data from The Block shows. Episode 72 of Season 4 of The Scoop was recorded remotely with The Block's Frank Chaparro and Solana Labs Co-Founder and COO, Raj Gokal. Listen below, and subscribe to The Scoop on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Email feedback and revision requests to email@example.com. This episode is brought to you by our sponsors Chainalysis & IWC Schaffhausen About Chainalysis Chainalysis is the leading blockchain data platform. We provide data, software, services, and research to government agencies, exchanges, financial institutions, and insurance and cybersecurity companies in over 60 countries. Backed by Accel, Addition, Benchmark, Coatue, Paradigm, Ribbit, and other leading firms in venture capital, Chainalysis builds trust in blockchains to promote more financial freedom with less risk. For more information, visit www.chainalysis.com. About IWC Schaffhausen IWC Schaffhausen is a Swiss luxury watch manufacturer based in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Known for its unique engineering approach to watchmaking, IWC combines the best of human craftsmanship and creativity with cutting-edge technology and processes. With collections like the Portugieser and the Pilot's Watches, the brand covers the whole spectrum from elegant timepieces to sports watches. For more information, visit IWC.com
On this weeks episode, the hosts answer the question; is there a phantom in the mall? Spoilers; there is! Who is Eric and why does he want revenge? Is it a sequel? Did we miss the first Phantom of the Mall movie? Find out in this week's episode of the Post Credits Podcast! The Hosts: Matt Peppler IG: https://www.instagram.com/mattpeppler/ W: https://www.mpeppler.com/ Brian Schoof: IG: https://www.instagram.com/bombasticentertainment/ W: http://www.bombasticentertainment.com/ YT: https://www.youtube.com/c/Bombasticentertainment Podcast Site: https://www.mpeppler.com/post-credits-podcast
Trying out a new template today with, MIDI Spotlight starting on a PC98 title called Mime, published and developed by Studio Twinkle and composed by Hiroaki Sano. For a while now, VGMRips stalwart ValleyBell has graciously streamed music to our Discord channel featuring somewhat less common MIDI soundtrack versions on authentic hardware in order to share it more broadly with our audience, and we hope you enjoy it. Due to timing it's Bryan solo today, but it's a lightweight almost radio program style show, light on commentary and heavy on music. If you like the format let us know! Mime was composed by Hiraoki Sano, an MVP of adult-oriented video games and anime. He's composed some great soundtracks to Japanese PC games like Division Guardian: Twinkle Star, Mirage 2, and one of the earliest English translated adult themed games, Knights of Xentar (for you old school DOS afficionados)! He's typically associated with FM soundtracks, but like many composers of the mid-90s wrote a number of MIDI compatible soundtracks like this one. Dedicated listeners may also remember Studio Twinkle's most famous game Grounseed. The music in it is so good you owe it to yourself to listen. Today's game Mime is a first person dungeon crawler released in September of 1995 for the PC-98. The story is a fairly straightforward tale of restoring the balance of the four elements, once guarded by four kingdoms. It features a handful of adult scenes, typical of Japanese PC games of the era. More music by Hiroaki Sano, Studio Twinkle and much more is available at VGMRips. Thanks again ValleyBell for providing us with the stream. Track List: All music composed by Hiroaki Sano and logged by ValleyBell. Playback is using the SC-55 mkII MIDI Module 0:00:00 My Dream 0:07:49 Medley 0:09:54 Be Asleep 0:11:06 Pendulum Clock 0:12:42 Noah's Saloon 0:14:43 Labyrinth of Calnaval (Carnival) 0:18:13 Labyrinth of Fun 0:20:00 Labyrinth of Tears 0:23:24 Labyrinth of Nothing colors 0:26:30 Labyrinth of Lost sheep 0:31:03 Labyrinth of Phantom 0:34:54 EAGLE WINDEED 0:38:42 TEAR MARE 0:41:55 HENZOE LANCASTER 0:47:55 ELDELYCA CUTREY 0:50:39 Shadow inhabitant 0:52:38 Night Safe 0:54:27 Black Rose 0:57:04 dance to a tune 0:59:51 Night Mare 1:00:50 Tear Curse 1:03:23 Doubtful eyes 1:06:04 Kind Time 1:08:34 Chirp a Hello! 1:09:49 A friend you are! 1:11:06 Crystals Whisper 1:13:55 Time Fish 1:17:28 a Fairy Tale 1:19:26 Biased mind 1:21:14 Holy Space 1:26:47 Mother… 1:30:08 Be Ruined The Wind 1:31:47 Wish 1:35:50 in the Darkness 1:37:53 Nonentity 1:39:49 Chain of fortune 1:45:08 See You
Welcome back to Phantom Galaxy! In this episode we take a break from our regular programming to bring you the records of two summers, when a Canadian podcaster and his family went off to the woods....and came back, and went back to the woods...and came back again. During that time, from 2021 to 2022, he captured a horde of reviews of television, movies and books. Now, here they are, collected together for your listening pleasure. I give you The Van Veghel Tapes!
Dublin born Ciarán Sheehan is an acclaimed actor, singer, voice healer whose performances have been said to warm the heart and touch the soul. There is an amazing quality to his voice and his ability to capture an audience is nothing short of remarkable. Ciarán has many professional accomplishments to his credit, most notably playing the role of The Phantom in “The Phantom of The Opera” for over 1,000 performances on Broadway and in Toronto. But perhaps of more importance than his accomplishments is his sincere desire to use his incredible talents to inspire others to look within themselves to discover their own inner beauty.His work as Billy in the Boston production of Carousel gained him multiple best actor nominations, and his work as Wolfe Tone in Peter Danish's The Final Days of Wolfe Tone in Nashville, Tennessee also received multiple best actor nominations. In film, he has won a best actor award from the NY International Film Festival for his role in The Waiting Room. He is due to be seen in the Deborah Markowitz film The Only Woman In The World when it makes its world premiere.Currently he is touring internationally with the group The Four Phantoms In Concert Support the show
Solana Spaces was founded in 2022 and is based in San Francisco. Spaces, created in collaboration with The Solana Foundation, who funded and incubated the store, introduces an immersive consumer experience for Web3, specifically the Solana blockchain and its ecosystem. The founding team is a group of retail designers and engineers that also founded b8ta, the innovative and award-winning electronics retailer. The store features crypto-themed merchandise and provides various stations dedicated to onboarding people to Web3, like a private booth where people can set up their Phantom wallet and jot down their seed phrase in secrecy. Store partnerships include STEPN and Magic Eden as well.Guest: Vibhu Norby, CEO of Solana SpacesSolana Spaces website ➜ https://bit.ly/SolanaSpaces
Get the best strategy and captaincy advice for week two of finals and found out how KFC SuperCoach experts Tim Michell, Dan Batten and Al Paton plan to catch SA guru The Phantom in the overall rankings as he stumbles to the finish line after a brilliant season. Plus Dan goes rogue with the most left-field trade of the yearSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Hosts of the Otaku Spirit Animecast fire up the mics to talk about the Summer 2022 Anime Season and give their First Impressions on half of the titles available! Timestamps: 2:53 My Isekai Life 14:43 Maid I Hired Recently Is Mysterious 21:54 Parallel World Pharmacy 38:39 Yakuza's Guide To Babysitting 46:09 Luminous Witches 58:29 Phantom of the Idol 1:05:20 Classroom of the Elite 2 1:18:59 Shadow House 2 1:25:12 Call of the Night 1:38:27 Rent a Girlfriend 2 1:49:01 Devil is a Part Timer 2 1:56:42 Overlord 4 2:04:37 Orient Part 2 2:16:12 A Couple of Cuckoos 2:22:45 Prima Doll 2:31:36 Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer 2:40:14 Extreme Hearts 2:46:35 Danmachi 4 2:55:01 Fuuto Pi 2:58:48 AoAshi Tips: https://streamelements.com/otakuspirit/tip Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/OtakuSpirit Merch: https://otaku-spirit.creator-spring.com/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/otakuspirit Discord: https://discord.com/invite/BZ8ZN58u6M Website: https://OtakuSpirit.com
This episode we are joined by performer Ali Ewoldt! Ali made her Broadway debut in the first revival of Les Misérables and later became the first Asian-American actress to play Christine on Broadway in Phantom on the Opera. Ali talks about her life working in theater, the lessons she has learned along the way and the importance of mental health for performers.
On this episode, host Matt Bledsoe is joined by Robb Antequera, the host of the Cinema Drunkies podcast, and the brand new, You could've been a Bloodfist movie podcast! They sit down for the long awaited conclusion to our 90s retro hero series, and talk about The Phantom from 1996! Matt and Robb discuss the movie's roots beginning as a 1930's comic strip, it's journey to the big screen, what works and what doesn't in the movie, and much, much more!
Original Air Date: June 30, 1944Host: Andrew RhynesShow: The Lone RangerPhone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739) Stars:• Brace Beemer (Lone Ranger)• John Todd (Tonto) Writer:• Fran Striker Producer:• George W. Trendle Music:• Ben Bonnell Exit music from: Roundup on the Prairie by Aaron Kenny https://bit.ly/3kTj0kK
Original Air Date: June 30, 1944Host: Andrew RhynesShow: The Lone RangerPhone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739) Stars:• Brace Beemer (Lone Ranger)• John Todd (Tonto) Writer:• Fran Striker Producer:• George W. Trendle Music:• Ben Bonnell Exit music from: Roundup on the Prairie by Aaron Kenny https://bit.ly/3kTj0kK
Phantom Electric Ghost Interviews Enoltra About Enoltra: Enoltra is a 25-year-old Trance and Techno producer living in Austria. She is a music producer, artist and start-up owner. Enoltra has a lot fo content planned for the near future- a few singles, streams from shows, set uploads, and livestreaming. Her start-up "Sensim Artis" is in the early phase of prototyping. Her product is a wearable music control and production tool that makes music from our emotions. Enoltra's work can be found on YouTube, Spotify, as well as most other streaming platfroms: Spotify - Latest single: https://open.spotify.com/track/6L4cK0CnkxdZMkazUzHG0W... Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3ZgDpimL8w0yTpbPGkw19g Support PEG by checking out our Sponsors: Download and use Newsly for free now from www.newsly.me or from the link in the description, and use promo code GH0ST2021 and receive a 1-month free premium subscription. Check out The Charity Focused Philanthropic Online Lottery Visit [https://found.ee/DoubleJackOnlinePhantomElectricGhost](https://found.ee/DoubleJackOnlinePhantomElectricGhost) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/phantom-electric/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/phantom-electric/support
Jadey and I talk about the 1996 Billy Zane film The Phantom. Find out more about Jadey at: https://www.instagram.com/jadeyduffield/ For more Beyond the Playlist https://twitter.com/JHammondC https://www.facebook.com/groups/Beyondtheplaylist/ Theme music by MFTJ Featuring MIke Keneally and Scott Schorr - to find more of MFTJ go to https://www.lazybones.com/ https://mftj.bandcamp.com/music http://www.keneally.com/ To support the show with patreon go to: https://www.patreon.com/jhammondc
We've made it to the final episode before informal Edinburgh Fringe hiatus! Abby vents about the fatsuits in the recent Elvis and Batman movies, and then chats with theatre journalist Meg Masseron about Beanie Feldstein's unceremonious departure from Funny Girl. Meg and Abby also discuss loving love, cyberbullying, being sexually obsessed with The Phantom of the Opera, and of course L*a M*ch*le.Edinburgh Fringe Tickets: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/more-than-tracy-turnbladEdinburgh Fringe Fund Raiser: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/more-than-tracy-turnblad-at-the-edinburgh-fringe#/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/morethantracytMeg's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/megmasseron/ Meg's Twitter: https://twitter.com/megmasseronMeg's Muckrack page: https://muckrack.com/meg-masseron-1Meg's Funny Girl article in American Theatre Magazine: https://www.americantheatre.org/2022/07/12/fat-failure-why-so-much-rain-on-beanies-parade/Abby's web site: http://abbyrosemorris.comAbby's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abbyrosemorrisAbby's Twitter: https://twitter.com/abbyrosemorris_Follow @morethantracyt on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok!http://www.morethantracyturnblad.comProducer & Host: Abby Rose MorrisAssistant Producer: Maya BallesterCover art by Abby Martino
We return to The Hollies' 1965 tearjerker, "So Lonely" because there are so many good versions we couldn't fit in our June 19 episode! The first in part 2 is The Henchmen, who created a garage derangement of the song in 1966, with organ and cool-dude-attitude vocals (2:07) That same year, The Ashes produced a haunting folk-rock take (34:49). Sparse, subdued and Cowboy Junkies-esque, with lonesome harmonica, shaky tambourine and forlorn female vocals. The Fugue were up next in 1968: their version is really slow, really loud, with a really heavy Hammond which will put you in an un-Bachlike fugue state (1:10:52). This would be the Phantom of the Opera's version. We leave you with a super bonus version from Miriam Linna, whose 2014 version proves the song is still going strong (1:08:15)!
As the Phantom drones near their end of life, what drones are good alternatives for all round performance? We're back to recording podcasts after a hiatus and in this episode we address a long standing question in drone pilots' mind on what drone would replace the Phantom drones, that have captured every domain of the drone industry through it's value for money and performance. Today's question is from Gary, who would like to know what drone is the go-to choice for pilots now that the Phantoms are being phased out and second hand drones are expensive. Today's episode is brought to you by Drone U mapping events and classes. We talk about some of the new changes we have made to our mapping classes and course curriculum to stay updated with some of the recent trends in the mapping industry such as going over new products for geo-referencing, geo-tagging, GPS and more. Visit our Drone U events page for more details on classes and courses. We start off today's show with why the Phantoms have become renowned for their performance and versatility and the features which make them very suitable for carrying out flights and missions in different domains such as mapping, inspection and overall videography while also discussing its ability to support 3rd party applications. We then discuss why the Mavic 3 is not a good replacement (at least as of today) and what limitations the Mavic 3 has, in comparison to the Phantom. Our suggestion for the go-to drone to replace the Phantom is the Inspire 2 and we delve into the details on why the Inspire 2 is best bang for the buck. We discuss its features and camera options using which pilots can add value to their deliverables. In our last section we go over our recent move to Colorado and appreciate the welcoming nature of the people that live here. Get Your Biggest and Most Common Drone Certificate Questions Answered by Downloading this FREE Part 107 PDF Make sure to get yourself the all-new Drone U landing pad! Get Your Biggest and Most Common Drone Certificate Questions Answered by Downloading this FREE Part 107 PDF Make sure to get yourself the all-new Drone U landing pad! Get your questions answered: https://thedroneu.com/. If you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is to subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us real quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-drone-u/id967352832. Become a Drone U Member. Access to over 30 courses, great resources, and our incredible community. Follow Us Site – https://thedroneu.com/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/droneu Instagram – https://instagram.com/thedroneu/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/thedroneu YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/droneu Timestamps: [0:55] Everything you need to know about Drone U's New Mapping Content and upcoming classes [3:22] Today's question on the go-to drone to replace Phantoms? [6:22] Is the Mavic 3 a good replacement? [7:15] What are the cost effective solution (new drone) for mapping? [8:38] What made Phantom a great drone for all round performance? [10:18] Is the Inspire 2 best value for its price? [14:00] Best camera for Inspire 2 [21:28] Why we weren't able to record any new podcasts in recent weeks
A LIVE panel discussion with Rob McClure, Brad Oscar, and Analise Scarpaci of “Mrs. Doubtfire” talking about the roller coaster of being part of a Broadway show during a pandemic and the bond formed as they all dealt with the effects of COVID, including their show getting postponed. Rob recalls what it was like playing a role originally played by Robin Williams, and why he thinks the greatest adaptations of either material or performances are those that try to imitate how it made the audience feel. Analise shares her experience working with Rob and Brad, and how she helped her younger co-actors in the show. Coming from two shows back to back that dealt with serious matters in a comedic way, Rob shares the positive reception they got from people, and why comedy is such a good genre in that "you come to laugh and then through laughter we crack you open so that in the end we can deliver a message". Brad supports this by sharing how doing comedy is a means of catharsis. Rob explains the term "actually actually" that he cherishes particularly in comedy, and how acting is "reacting truthfully to imaginary circumstances". The three also talk about their favorite scenes, rehearsal as playtime, and the learnings they got from being in “Mrs. Doubtfire”. Rob McClure is an actor best known for his roles in musical theatre, particularly as Nick Bottom in "Something Rotten!" and Adam Maitland in "Beetlejuice". His performance in the title role of the musical "Chaplin" has earned him a nomination for the 2013 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical and has won the Theatre World Award. His other theatre credits include "I'm not Rappaport", "Avenue Q", "Noises Off", "Honeymoon in Vegas", and the latest one, "Mrs. Doubtfire" where he was nominated for the 2022 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical. He won Best Actor at both The Queen's World and Williamsburg Independent film festivals for the movie, "Recursion". His TV credits include "Person of Interest", "Elementary" and "The Good Fight". Brad Oscar has been seen on numerous Broadway shows, including "Something Rotten!" and “The Producers” where he earned two Tony Award nominations for his performance. He has also performed in "The Big Fish", "Nice Work...", "The Addams Family", "Spamalot", "Jekyll & Hyde", "Aspects of Love", and “Mrs Doubtire” among others. His Off-Broadway and Regional credits include “Damn Yankees”, “Forbidden Broadway”, “Sweeney Todd”, and both the “Phantom of the Opera” and “Young Frankenstein” national tours. He has also appeared in movies and TV shows such as "Ghost Town", "The Producers", "Madam Secretary", "Smash", "The Good Wife"', and "Law & Order". Analise Scarpaci made her Broadway debut in 2012's “A Christmas Story, The Musical” where she played the role of Esther Jane. Her other stage credits include "Matilda the Musical", "Lolita, My Love", and "Mrs. Doubtfire" which was her first principal role as Lydia Hillard. Analise has also appeared in the short films, "Thespians" and "We're Gonna Come Back". She recently released her debut EP, "Pathetic Little Dreamer" which received positive reviews. Apart from performing, Analise has also done activist work and raised money with her walking group, Broadway for Bellies, and is currently giving private coaching and lessons to teens and kids. Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to know what you think. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What is This Episode- Top of Show Introducing Erick Weber of Awards Ace! . SUMMER OSCARS PREVIEW SERIES PART 1: Starting AT THE MULTIPLEX - 1:30 Adapting in the Entertainment World - 5:01 Why is KotFM Moving To Next Year? - 6:44 . HYPING UP SOME SMALLER INDIES - 9:29 (Poser, The Phantom of the Open, Brian and Charles, Watcher) . THE ALREADY RELEASED OSCAR PLAYERS: A Brief History - 18:53 The Academy, The Calendar, and The Toppest Gun - 19:50 The Box Office and The Awards Momentum - 22:16 The Church of Tom - 29:19 Can EEAAO Get Everything, From Everywhere - 31:30 Austin Butler and the Path for Elvis - 37:37 . RAPID FIRE POWER RANKINGS: Nope vs The Batman - 43:48 Is Nope a Success for Universal? - 46:52 Making Sense of VFX - 48:10 Which Performance Are We Sleeping On? - 50:15 Which Studio Leads Animated Feature? - 52:40 . Where to Find/Follow Erick - 55:50 . . Contact Us/LEAVE US 5* REVIEWS! - 58:15 Words of Wisdom/What's Coming Next - 59:00
Ky, Marty, and Hannah talk about the musical cult classic Phantom of the Paradise! This episode contains spoilers. Theme music by Hannah V Boyens Cover Art by Marty G Follow us on twitter Support us on patreon This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
We've finally heard enough of Lance's mysterious backstory to talk about his subclass! Time to talk about that we believe is one of the most compelling 5e subclasses, both thematically and mechanically. Bring a lantern, 'cause it's time to delve into the darkness of Lance's abilities! ••• Twitter: @ICastFireball20 Instagram: @ICastFireball20 Email: ICastFireball2020@gmail.com ••• AUDIO CREDITS Background Music was created using the "Marimbas" soundscape found at Mynoise.net And as always a HUGE thank you to Hayden Allred for our amazing theme music!
One of the most influential comic characters of all time. Let's look back at the character through the years. On this episode, we explore The Phantom! -- Get the Mystery Treehouse Simple Code Hybrid Album and Comic! https://bit.ly/simplecodecomic Watch the Simple Code Comic Album Video Trailer! https://bit.ly/simplecodetrailer -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/6INdubx1dAEKNwuoWzs9Oo?si=z4ljoBAYTFqRXKWVzvWEfg Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to a bonus episode presenting a new sister podcast to Phantom Galaxy. Phantom Video will be a voyage into film criticism and film history through the lens of collectors, with up to date reviews of physical media old and new. We cover dvd, bluray, 4k and even VHS. Nathan Bartlebaugh is joined by his cohosts Trey Whetstone and Dave Becker for this experimental first episode that will focus on each host sharing 5 recommended Criterion Collection films. Currently the Criterion half-off sale is still running at Barnes and Noble. Check out the episode and then check out the sale here. If you enjoyed this episode, lets us know what you think of the new podcast and if you have any ideas of your own for the show. Talk to us at email@example.com or stop by our FB group at Phantom Galaxy, or hit us up on Twitter at fantom galaxy. Other places to find Trey Whetstone: https://screamingthroughtheages.com Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/treyw/ Dave's other places on the internet: Film blog: DVD Infatuation.com On Twitter: @DVDinfatuation On Facebook: DVDinfatuation On Instagram: @dbjb6972 On Letterboxd: @dcoshockhmp YouTube Channel: Visit W3Schools Dave Becker's Podcasts: Horror Movie Podcast Land of the Creeps horror podcast DVD Infatuation @ Considering the Cinema: https://www.consideringthecinema.com Check us out at all the places below: www.phantomgalaxy.podbean.com Twitter: @fantomgalaxy You can also find us on Facebook at: The Phantom Galaxy Podcast You can also contact us and share your recommendations for show topics and stuff to review (books, beer, movies, whatever!) or leave us a Phantom Rant at Phantomcasts@gmail.com
While this may be our third podcast with Sy Barry, he is a legend who has been in the industry for decades and has countless stories to share. This time is no different as we are also joined by his son David Barry who shares with us stories growing up as the son of a legend. This is a phun podcast you can watch or listen to.We do not want to give away everything we talk about but some of the subjects we discussed are:His career with Marvel and DCHis assistantsHis legacyWho his favourite assistant he worked withWho his favourite artist he worked withAs we discussed, this is the third time we have chatted with Sy Barry. To listen to these podcast's go here. He is one of the top Phantom influencers with 30+ years drawing the characters plus many more for DC and Marvel and it is worth re listening to the past podcasts again.Note, that in this podcast we do not talk about Sy Barry's new venture into the NFT world. That will come in a later podcast down the track. You can follow us on our social media accounts or our podcast channels so you wont miss out on that intriguing chat to come.Please get in touch with us if you have any feedback, questions you wished we asked plus anything else. You can contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or chat with us via our social media profiles with your feedback at Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. We also love comments, likes, shares and discussions on our social media so please let us know your thoughts.Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. Support the show
Analise Scarpaci is a powerhouse performer who landed her first principal role as Lydia Hillard in "Mrs. Doubtfire". She talks about how she coped when the pandemic hit, including playing the guitar and recording her first EP, "Pathetic Little Dreamer", finishing her Bachelor's Degree in Musical Theatre, and why it was a blessing in disguise for her when "Mrs. Doubtfire" got postponed. She shares why she got into performing, which started with her parents' love for Phantom of the Opera, listening to Shirley Temple, and seeing “Billy Elliot”. Analise also talks about what it was like to perform as a child and do eight shows a week, swing into multiple tracks, get notes for mistakes, and why despite the pressure, she appreciated being treated like they were adults—which framed the artist that she is today. She talks about how she got the role in “Mrs. Doubtfire”, recording the cast album and why she found it difficult. Analise opens up about getting diagnosed with Crohn's disease, and what pushed her to pursue her dreams, despite the odds. Analise Scarpaci is a New York-based performer who made her Broadway debut in the ensemble of 2012's “A Christmas Story, The Musical” as Esther Jane. Her other stage credits include "Matilda the Musical", "Lolita, My Love", and "Mrs. Doubtfire" which was her first principal role as Lydia Hillard. Analise has also appeared in short films, including "Thespians" and "We're Gonna Come Back". She recently released her debut EP, "Pathetic Little Dreamer" which received positive reviews. Analise has also done activist work and has raised money with her walking group, Broadway for Bellies, and is currently giving private coaching and lessons to teens and kids as one of her passions. Connect with Analise: Twitter: @analise_2999 Instagram: @analise.scarpaci Website: analisescarpaci.com TikTok: @analisescarpaci Facebook: @analise.scarpaci Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at email@example.com. I want to know what you think. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Interview by Haze of DGB https://www.instagram.com/mike_tall We recently sat down with Arkansas artist Phantom Pesos for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he discussed his first show in Atlanta, life in Pine Bluff, jumping off the porch at 12, getting kicked out at 17, motivation behind his rap career, his musical influences, his thoughts on the current rap scene, the biggest risk he took, talent being overlooked in Arkansas, opening up for Polo G, his single “Stand Tall”, grind of being an independent artist, and much more!
The Old Fashioned Three Hosted by Whitey Gleason and Phantom as well as NBA Legend Jerry Reynolds! Coffee shop talk about all things NBA, stories from the past, and of course all the Jerryism’s you could want! Just three old fashioned types choppin it up about Basketball! So Hippity Hop on over to StonesRadioNetwworks YouTube […]
Frank Murphy is joined by Eden Carnes, who designed wigs and face paint for an upcoming production of Cats by the Primary Players Children's Theater Group. The performances will be January 13 to 15, 2023 at the Clayton Center for Arts on the campus of Maryville College. Learn more at https://primaryplayers.com/ Eden recently completed high school and beauty school. She devised a method of building wigs with synthetic hair in a fraction of the time it takes to make traditional wigs with yak hair. Four cast members came along in wigs and make-up. Eoin Faller as Bill Bailey Zee Carnes as Admetus Tristan Hall as Munkustrap Gianna Lombardo as Etcetera Eden first met Frank at an improv workshop in Pigeon Forge. Frank thought he went there to take the class but ended up as the assistant instructor. Frank was surprised when Eden was in the cast of The Nutcracker in Oak Ridge and was a contestant on East Tennessee PBS Scholars' Bowl. Frank once interviewed Eden when she received a congressional medal for community service. Eden plans to attend school for naval architecture and marine engineering on Long Island, New York. Frank surmises that Eden wants to be close to the theaters on Broadway. Frank urges Eden to avoid watching Love Never Dies, the sequel to Phantom of the Opera. In it, the Phantom has moved to Coney Island and tricks Christine into coming to New York. Tristan sings an excerpt of “The Old Gumbie Cat.” Frank thinks he resembles Peter Criss of KISS. Frank's friend Kristen Detrow wants to see a photo of Eden putting cat make-up on Frank. Kristen responded, “Rawr.” Frank was once an honorary Hogette. The Hogettes were super-fans of the offensive line of the Washington Redskins in the 1980s. Support the Frank & Friends Show by purchasing some of our high-quality merchandise at https://frank-friends-show.creator-spring.com Sign up for a 30-day trial of Audible Premium Plus and get a free premium selection that's yours to keep. Go to http://AudibleTrial.com/FrankAndFriendsShow Find us online https://www.FrankAndFriendsShow.com/ Please subscribe to our YouTube channel at https://YouTube.com/FrankAndFriendsShow and hit the bell for notifications. Find the audio of the show on major podcast apps including Spotify, Apple, Google, iHeart, and Audible. Find us on social media: https://www.facebook.com/FrankAndFriendsShow https://www.instagram.com/FrankAndFriendsShow https://www.twitter.com/FrankNFriendsSh Thanks!
Tony Hall takes us behind the scenes on this year's show.
Well, we did this one. It's more of a therapy session although Riva actually finds some redeemning qualities in this waking nightmare of a film. To sync up with the movie, start the commentary track as soon as the 20th Centruy Fox logo disappears.
Welcome back to the Phantom Galaxy! As Bill Van Veghel enjoys his well deserved vacation in the wilds of Canadian, Nathan brings in guest co-host Victor Rodriguez to talk all things related to the Blade Runner franchise. Starting with the quirky and dizzying novella 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" by Philip K. Dick, Nathan and Victor roam the violent, rain-soaked streets of the future, hunting down each divergent part of this eclectic franchise. We take a deep-dive into the once neglected and now celebrated 1982 Ridley Scott classic that stands at the center of this universe, and then briefly explore a forgotten 1995 sequel novel by K.W. Jeter, the astounding 2017 sequel by Denis Villeneuve, and the 2021 animated series Black Lotus. Along the way we talk all things related to Blade Runner and the central theme of humanity and its definition that carries through each and every incarnation, discussing how each entry deals with those ideas. Enjoy the episode and remember to connect with Phantom Galaxy at: www.phantomgalaxy.podbean.com Twitter: @fantomgalaxy You can also find us on Facebook at: The Phantom Galaxy Podcast You can also contact us and share your recommendations for show topics and stuff to review (books, beer, movies, whatever!) or leave us a Phantom Rant at Phantomcasts@gmail.com Links for Victor Rodriguez: https://vhrodriguez.wordpress.com/ The Sound of Fear: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1694373576 On Time from Transmundane Press: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08KBT7YY3 "Uncertain Treasure" in Savage Realms Monthly: May 2021: https://www.amazon.com/Savage-Realms-Monthly-collection-adventure-ebook/dp/B096BMHKH4/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=savage+realms+monthly&qid=1628678347&sr=8-4 Inside the Sound of Fear: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/inside-the-sound-of-fear/id1537169966
On this episode of Expanded Perspectives, the guys start the show off talking about the hot weather and what has been going on since Cam's quarantine has ended. Then, a jogger sees a snake woman while out hiking and a listener from Arizona sees another possible Trashbag Duende! After the break, Kyle brings up some very strange happenings, supernatural sightings, and even a Phantom assistant who gives a weary traveler a ride late one evening. Highways can be eerie places at night. The asphalt stretching out to an uncertain horizon, the darkness cast out around you, the road flickering by, perhaps joined by trees or desert scrub in a dance past your windows. Just you, the wide unseen world past that road that inexorably pushes on ahead, and your thoughts. This seems like a prime place for tales of high strangeness, and you wouldn't be wrong to think so. There are many highways in this world that go out over the landscape towards that horizon and beyond, to places beyond our understanding. All of this and more on this installment of Expanded Perspectives. Sponsors: HelloFresh: Go to HelloFresh.com/EXPANDED16 and use promo code EXPANDED16 for up to 16 FREE meals and 3 FREE gifts! America's #1 Meal Kit. Lumi Labs: Microdose is available nationwide. To get 30% off your first order just go to Microdose.com and use the code EXPANDED Want to share your story? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Hotline: 888-393-2783 Music: Epidemic Sound provides all music for Expanded Perspectives!