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Les émissions de Radio M's en Replay
Pause Popcorn #4 (Dr Strange 2 - Tick Tick Boom - Le monde de Nate)

Les émissions de Radio M's en Replay

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 5:56


La chronique ciné de Radio m's ! Un condensé du podcast Popcorn Therapy, avec une critique rapide de 2-3 films à l'affiche, en salle ou sur les plateformes, et sans spoilers.  Retrouvez Pause Popcorn sur Radio M's le mercredi à 18h30 et le dimanche à 11h.  Et durant l'été, vous pourrez découvrir le replay des anciens épisodes retransmis par podcast.  Voici le replay de l'épisode 4 diffusé en mai 2022 avec une review de :  - Doctor Strange 2 de Sam Raimi, - Tick Tick Boom de Lin-Manuel Miranda (disponible sur Netflix), - Le monde de Nate de Tim Federle (disponible sur Disney+).

Call Time with Katie Birenboim
Episode 44: David Auburn

Call Time with Katie Birenboim

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 50:37


Katie checks in with screenwriter (The Lake House), director (Side Effects at MCC, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Skin of Our Teeth, Petrified Forest at Berkshire Theatre Group), and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright (Skyscraper, The Columnist, Lost Lake, Proof), David Auburn.

Un Podcast de Cine
Ep.25 – UN PODCAST DE LA CRISIS DE LOS 30: tick, tick...BOOM!, la historia de nuestras vidas actual

Un Podcast de Cine

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 109:38


BEWARE: JP despertó y escogió violencia. En este episodio, DM nos conduce en un viaje agridulce de los aprendizajes de llegar a los 30 con una historia que pega close to home. Basada en la vida de Jonathan Larson, esta vez diseccionamos la representación del struggling artist en la pantalla grande, y lo que nos gustó (y no tanto) de la opera prima de Lin-Ma como director. #UnPodcastDeCine #FilmReview #CPStudio #TickTickBoom #LinManuelMiranda #Cine #Crisisdelos30

Musicals with Cheese Podcast
#196 "Tick... Tick... BOOM!" 2021 (feat. Sideways)

Musicals with Cheese Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 90:53


"They're singing, "Happy birthday" You just wanna lay down and cry..." Grab your birthday candles and your piano because this week we're joined by our good friend Ethan from Sideways to talk about the film adaptation of Jonathan Larson's "Tick... Tick... BOOM!" Donate to Black Lives Matter here Social Media: Our WEBSITE Musicals with Cheese on Twitter Musicals W/ Cheese on Instagram Email us at musicaltheatrelives@gmail.com Merch!! Jess Socials Jess on Twitter Jess on Instagram Andrew Socials Andrew on Instagram Andrew on Twitter Brianna Socials Brianna on Twitter Brianna on Instagram Use our Affiliate Link Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Curly Critics
Cari and Jade talk Tick Tick . . . Boom! (2021)

Curly Critics

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 58:55


Join Cari and Jade as they talk Andrew Garfield, Biopics, and Stephen Sondheim on this week's episode of the Curly Critics. Listen to Musicals with Cheese https://open.spotify.com/episode/2nlxiIZfUzEsByMZSWYkuV?si=6cea2749c9484983 WE HAVE MERCH! http://tee.pub/lic/MZNWfoDD40Y Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/curlycriticspod Follow us on social media: @curlycriticspod wbne.org

The Call of the Void
S3, Chapter 6: Tick, Tick, Boom

The Call of the Void

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 29:41 Very Popular


In the sixth chapter of season 3, Etsy descends into the Dark Dimension, Simone and Eli face off against Professor Fulton, and Tera finishes a science project. Written and Produced by Josie Eli Herman & Michael Alan Herman. Directed by Josie Eli Herman. If you enjoyed our show and thought it was worth the price of a cup of coffee, please throw us a buck at: www.acornartsandentertainment.com/thevoid . We have perks and merch! Credit Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio, CC Attribution License. This episode stars (in order of appearance): Celah Convis as TAYLOR THE CHECKOUT GIRL Callie Bussell as TERA GRACE REINHART Mark Ujik as MIKE Jeffrey Shawn Miller as PROFESSOR FULTON Josh Weber as ELI COHEN Amanda Buchalter as SIMONE SOMMERS Dan Johnson as OFFICER MASON Josie Eli Herman as ETSY DELMEN Annie Dilworth as FARGO KAMINSKI Michael Alan Herman as TOPHER SOMMERS Paul Lapczynski as DEPUTY PAUL Kryssy Becker as GWYNETH O'CONNER Mike Sandusky as STEVEN THE RESEARCHER Julia Garlotte as DR. JOANNE DELMEN Jonathan Davidson as JONAH Jayla Fletcher as IVY Tim Pollack as ZEKE and featuring Georgie the Cat as MARTIN BRODY. Additionally, The Voices of the Dark Dimension were voiced by: Will Myers, Celah Convis, Tim Pollack, and Kryssy Becker. A transcript for this episode is available on our website at: https://www.acornartsandentertainment.com/cotv-episodes This show features conversations about suicidal thoughts. If you or a loved one is struggling with mental health or thoughts of suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at: 800-273-8255. Reach out to us at: Twitter: https://twitter.com/CallOfTheVoidP Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecallofthevoidpodcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalloftheVoidPodcast

Popcorn For Dinner
#147 "tick, tick... BOOM!" -or- He's Turning 30, Holy Fuck!

Popcorn For Dinner

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 45:28


Musicals Month closes out with the not-quite-true story of Jonathan Larson in the Lin-Manuel Miranda directed "tick, tick... BOOM!"

Time Sensitive
Ep. 139 - Our Top Movies of 2021

Time Sensitive

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 68:27


Check us out on...Twitter @TSMoviePodFacebook: Time SensitiveInstagram: @timesensitivepodcastGrab some Merch at TeePublicBig Heads Media 

The Amateur Auteurs
Tick, Tick ... BOOM! (2021)

The Amateur Auteurs

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 83:19


Join Mike and Lindsey from Film Strip Podcast as they discuss the new musical, "tick, tick ... BOOM!" Our Twitter! twitter.com/AuteursPod "@AuteursPod" Our Email! theamateurauteurspodcast@gmail.com Film Strip Podcas Twitter! twitter.com/FilmStripPod Film Strip Podcast Website! www.filmstrippodcast.com/ Film Strip Podcast Facebook! www.facebook.com/filmstrippod

Alaska Teen Media Institute
tick, tick... BOOM! | Film Club #16

Alaska Teen Media Institute

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 28:45


For this episode we're talking about the movie tick, tick... BOOM! It is based on a stage musical of the same name, written by Jonathan Larsen. In the movie, directed by Lin Manuel-Miranda, Andrew Garfield plays Larsen as he attempts to break into the musical theater industry.  Garfield was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance in the film, but when ATMI producers Madison Knutson and Daisy Carter got together to talk about tick, tick... BOOM! it was prior to the ceremony where Garfield did not win the award. Hosted by Nico Coltrane. Music by Kendrick Whiteman. Alaska Teen Media Institute is based in Anchorage, Alaska. We would like to acknowledge the Dena'ina people, whose land we work on. Many thanks to supporters of our podcast, including Alaska State Council on the Arts. The views expressed in this program do not necessarily represent the views of our sponsors.

Drum History
Drums on Sesame Street with Bill Sherman

Drum History

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 43:17 Very Popular


Bill is the Music Director on Sesame Street and shares tons of great information on the famous drummers that have played on the show like Questlove, Anderson Paak, Evelyn Glennie, and more - plus we discuss Buddy RIch and his performance with with Animal on The Muppets in the 80's. Bill talks about how it works when a Muppet plays the drums and how it is synced up with a real drummer, and also the importance of music and rhythm on Sesame Street and all kids programming. Bill has worked on many cool things outside of the muppets including Hamilton, Tick Tick Boom, In the Heights, and he co-hosts a podcast with Questlove called "Questlove Supreme" Check out BIll's website here: https://www.popmusicmisery.com/ and listen to Questlove Supreme here: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-questlove-supreme-53194211/

Generation Loss
236 // tick, tick…BOOM! (2021)

Generation Loss

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 76:43


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AstroNet Radio
Boobies at the Movies: Tick…Tick…BOOB!

AstroNet Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 46:45


Tick…Tick…BOOM! “On the cusp of his 30th birthday, a promising young theater composer navigates love, friendship and the pressures of life as an artist in New York City.” — from IMDb.com   Join the Boobies (and a few stray Beards) as they discuss the film adaptation of Jonathon Larson's autobiographical musical, which he composed prior […]

Wines and Dolls
113. Drunk Tick, Tick,...BOOM! Part 2

Wines and Dolls

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 73:37


tick tick tick tick...BOOM! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/winesanddolls/message

TODAY
TODAY 3rd Hour: Updated Aspirin usage guidelines. Andrew Garfield and Daisy Edgar-Jones on "Under the Banner of Heaven." Chef Elena Besser with simple solutions.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 36:33


NBC medical contributor, Dr. Natalie Azar walks us through the new Aspirin recommendations and what you can do to prevent heart disease and stroke. Plus, we are catching up with Andrew Garfield and Daisy Edgar-Jones - all about their new true-crime miniseries “Under the Banner of Heaven.” Also, chef and TV host, Elena Besser stops by to share simple solutions to revamp how we handle our favorite fruits and veggies.

Ross And Phil Talk Movies
Ross And Phil Talk... The 4th Annual Boyask Awards

Ross And Phil Talk Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 55:14


On this episode of the podcast we host the 4th Annual Boyask Awards – our nod to the best that action cinema had to offer in 2021. We look at Best Action Sequence, Best Fight Scene, Best Stunt Sequence, Standout Action Performer of 2022 and more plus induct THREE new members to the Ross And Phil Hall Of Fame.. Hosted by Award winning filmmaker Ross Boyask and blogger/writer/former filmmaker Phil Hobden. Discussed: The Lost City, Choose or Die, Uncharted, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, Choose Or Die, Showtime, Gilbert, The Northman, Zack Snyder's Justice League, Nobody, Raging Fire, Spider-Man: No Way Home, The Suicide Squad, Malignant, No Time To Die, Cop Shop, Tick Tick Boom, Villian, Blood Red Sky, The Last Mercenary, Mad Max Fury Road, Grosse Pointe Blank, Nicholas Tse, Bob Odenkirk, Carey Loftin, Andrew Garfield, Zack Snyder, James Gunn, Benny Chan, Brad Allan For more on Ross Boyask search @RossBoyask on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. Also check out @EvoFilmsUK online. For more on Phil Hobden check out www.philsquickreview.co.uk to follow me on Letterboxd or check out PhilQuickReview on Twitter. Podcast available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher, TuneIn, GooglePlay, Anchor and here at www.rossandphiltalkmovies.co.uk #RossAndPhil #RossAndPhilTalkMovies #MoviePodcasts #Podcasts #wittertainment

Sickboy
TICK TICK Boom: Tourette's Syndrome

Sickboy

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 61:51


Alexi is a 34 year old suffering from Tourette's. Alexi's condition doesn't present with loud outbursts of swear words. Instead his Tourette's presents through aggressive and persistent ticks/twitching. This week Alexi joins the fellas to go deep into his struggle with Tourette's and how he manages his ticks. From online support groups to Jim Carrey VHS tapes, Alexi has his coping mechanisms. Alexi is a wonderful guest and we're so happy he took the time to share his story and help spread awareness about Tourette's and mental health. *Join the post-episode conversation over on Discord! https://discord.gg/expeUDN

THEATRIXSB
Boom-Chicka-Chicka

THEATRIXSB

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 31:43


In this Episode Samantha Eve of Out of the Box Theatre tells us about their upcoming production of Tick Tick Boom at Center Stage. Into the Woods at PCPA in Santa Maria and Solvang Twilight Los Angeles, 1992 at The Rubicon in Ventura The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, UCSB BFA Students at the

Sickboy
TICK TICK Boom: Tourette's Syndrome

Sickboy

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 61:51


Alexi is a 34 year old suffering from Tourette's. Alexi's condition doesn't present with loud outbursts of swear words. Instead his Tourette's presents through aggressive and persistent ticks/twitching. This week Alexi joins the fellas to go deep into his struggle with Tourette's and how he manages his ticks. From online support groups to Jim Carrey VHS tapes, Alexi has his coping mechanisms. Alexi is a wonderful guest and we're so happy he took the time to share his story and help spread awareness about Tourette's and mental health. *Join the post-episode conversation over on Discord! https://discord.gg/expeUDN

Wines and Dolls
112. Drunk Tick, Tick...BOOM! Part 1

Wines and Dolls

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 39:25


We have reached Autumn of Seasons of Larson, live from Chelsea's maybe office and Houston Grand Opera! As always, feel free to reach out via email at winesanddolls@gmail.com or social media! Cheers! . . . Help Wines and Dolls be the best they can be by supporting us on Patreon at patreon.com/winesanddolls for a cheers on the show and other perks for Patrons. Cheers to our Patrons: Bob, Allison, Noah, Victoria, Sandra, Julia and John! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and Twitter at winesanddolls Artwork by From Pen to Paper Music from Guys and Dolls, 1992 on Spotify --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/winesanddolls/message

92Y Talks
tick, tick...Boom!: Conversation with Andrew Garfield

92Y Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 47:01


In this episode of 92Y Talks, Reel Pieces moderator Annette Insdorf interviews Andrew Garfield, star of tick, tick...Boom!, the hit film based on an adaptation of the autobiographical musical by Jonathan Larson who revolutionized theater as the creator of Rent. The conversation was recorded on February 22, 2022 in front of a live audience at New York's 92nd Street Y.

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 153 Part 1: How NYC's 92Y Developed the Largest Jewelry Program in the Country

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 27:20


What you'll learn in this episode: How Jonathan moved from sculpture to jewelry to drawing, and why he explores different ideas with each medium How the relationship between craft and fine art has evolved over the years Why people became more interested in jewelry during the pandemic Why jewelers working in any style benefit from strong technical skills How you can take advantage of the 92nd Street Y's jewelry programming and virtual talks About Jonathan Wahl Jonathan Wahl joined 92nd Street Y in July 1999 as director of the jewelry and metalsmithing program in 92Y's School of the Arts, the largest program of its kind in the nation. He is responsible for developing and overseeing the curriculum, which offers more than 60 classes weekly and 15 visiting artists annually. Jonathan is also responsible for hiring and supervising 25 faculty members, maintaining four state-of-the-art jewelry and metalsmithing studios, and promoting the department locally and nationally as a jewelry resource center. Named one of the top 10 jewelers to watch by W Jewelry in 2006, Jonathan is an accomplished artist who, from 1994 to 1995, served as artist-in-residence at Hochschule Der Kunst in Berlin, Germany. He has shown his work in the exhibitions Day Job (The Drawing Center), Liquid Lines (Museum of Fine Arts Houston), The Jet Drawings (Sienna Gallery, Lenox MA, and SOFA New York), Formed to Function (John Michael Kohler Arts Center), Defining Craft (American Craft Museum), Markers in Contemporary Metal (Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art), Transfigurations: 9 Contemporary Metalsmiths (University of Akron and tour), and Contemporary Craft (New York State Museum). Jonathan was awarded the Louis Comfort Tiffany Emerging Artist Fellowship from the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, two New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships in recognition of "Outstanding Artwork," and the Pennsylvania Society of Goldsmiths Award for "Outstanding Achievement." As part of the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, TX, and The Museum of Arts and Design in New York, his work has been reviewed by Art in America (June, 2000), The New York Times (June 2005), and Metalsmith Magazine (1996, 1999, 2000 2002, 2005, 2009); his work was also featured in Metalsmith Magazine's prestigious "Exhibition in Print" (1994 and 1999). Jonathan's art work can be seen at Sienna Gallery in Lenox, Massachusetts, which specializes in contemporary American and European art work, and De Vera in Soho, New York. His work can also be seen in the publications The Jet Drawings (Sienna Press, 2008), and in three collections by Lark Books: 1,000 Rings, 500 Enameled Objects and 500 Metal Vessels. Before joining 92Y, Jonathan was, first, director of the jewelry and metalsmithing department at the YMCA's Craft Students League, and later assistant director of the League itself. Mr. Wahl holds a B.F.A. in jewelry and metalsmithing from Temple University's Tyler School of Art and an M.F.A. in metalsmithing and fine arts from the State University of New York at New Paltz. He is a member of the Society of North America Goldsmiths. Additional Resources: Website: www.jonathanwahl.com Website: www.92y.org/jewelry LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jonathancwahl Instagram: @jonathancwahl/   Photos: Available at TheJewelryJourney.com Transcript: With more than 60 jewelry classes offered weekly, the 92nd Street Y's Jewelry Center is by far the largest program of its kind in the country—and it's all run by award-winning sculptor, jeweler and artist Jonathan Wahl. He joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about the different relationships he has with jewelry and sculpture; why craftsmanship should be embraced by the art world; and what he has planned for 92Y in 2022. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. Here at the Jewelry Journey, we're about all things jewelry. With that in mind, I wanted to let you know about an upcoming jewelry conference, which is “Beyond Boundaries: Jewelry of the Americas.” It's sponsored by the Association for the Study of Jewelry and Related Arts, or, as it's otherwise known, ASJRA. The conference takes place virtually on Saturday and Sunday May 21 and May 22, which is around the corner. For details on the program and the speakers, go to www.jewelryconference.com. Non-members are welcome. I have to say that I attended this conference in person for several years, and it's one of my favorite conferences. It's a real treat to be able to sit in your pajamas or in comfies in your living room and listen to some extraordinary speakers. So, check it out. Register at www.jewelryconference.com. See you there.   This is a two-part Jewelry Journey podcast. Please make sure you subscribe so you can hear part two as soon as it comes out later this week. Today, my guest is Jonathan Wahl, Director of the Jewelry Center at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. The program is the largest of its kind in the country. In addition to his life in jewelry, Jonathan is an award-winning artist whose work is in the permanent collections of prestigious museums. It has been exhibited nationally and internationally. We'll hear more about his jewelry journey today and how art fits into that. Jonathan, welcome to the program.   Jonathan: Thank you, Sharon. It's a pleasure to be here. It's a pleasure to see you.   Sharon: It's nice to see you. Hopefully next time, it'll be in person.    Jonathan: I would love that.   Sharon: Jonathan, tell us about your jewelry journey. How did you get to jewelry? Was that where you originally started out?   Jonathan: Recently I've been doing a lot of interviews myself with artists around the world—virtually since the pandemic—as Director of the Jewelry Center, and one of the questions I always ask them is “How did you find your way to jewelry?” It's one of the questions I love to be asked because, at least for myself, it was interesting. I think all of us start out as artists, unless we're born into a jewelry family. Everyone learns how to draw. Everyone paints on their own. Maybe they have classes in high school. If you're lucky, you have a jewelry class in high school. I didn't, so like many people, I discovered jewelry in college at Tyler School of Art, which has one of the best jewelry programs in the country, but I didn't know jewelry existed until I went to art school.    When I went to art school, I thought I was going to be a graphic designer. Being the son of a banker and coming from a prep school, I figured I was going to be an artist, but I had to make a living. I wasn't going to be a painter, so I was thinking I was going to be a graphic designer when I grew up. At the college, I discovered jewelry in my sophomore year. Stanley Lechtzin said to me—I'll never forget it—“After you graduate you could design, if you wanted, costume jewelry in New York City,” and I thought, “That sounds kind of exotic and fun in New York City.” That's how my jewelry journey really began, in an elective class as a sophomore at Tyler School of Art.   Sharon: Where is Tyler? I'm not familiar with it.   Jonathan: In Philadelphia. It's part of Temple University.   Sharon: And Stanley Lechtzin, is he one of the professors there? I don't know that name.   Jonathan: Stanley Lechtzin really put the program on the map. He's in collections internationally. He pioneered the use of electroforming in individual objects. Electroforming was a commercial process used throughout the country for many different industrial applications, but Stanley figured out how to finetune it for the individual artist. His work has recently had some new-found appreciation because of the aesthetics from the 60s and 70s that are also coming back into vogue. His pieces are extraordinary.   Sharon: Before you came to the Y, did you design jewelry? Did you do art? Did you come home from your banking job and work on that stuff?   Jonathan: My father was a banker. I was not a banker. The closest I got to banking was working at a casino in Atlantic City one summer. My family has a house in Ocean City, New Jersey, so I could get to Atlantic City. I had to count a bank of anywhere between $30,000 and $70,000 a night. That's the closest I got to being a banker.    I quickly then moved to London. This was the summer of my senior year after Tyler. After I graduated from Tyler, I moved to London briefly and worked for a crafts gallery in northern London. Then I decided I wanted to go to graduate school. I came back for about a year to work towards applying to graduate school, which ultimately became SUNY New Paltz. I graduated Tyler in 1990, so most of my undergraduate years were in the 80s. If you're familiar with 80s jewelry, it was no holds barred. It was any kind of jewelry you wanted. My work—or at least my practice—quickly started to veer away from jewelry and towards objects and what I would call small sculpture. My choice to go SUNY New Paltz was specific because I didn't really want to make jewelry, but I was interested in the field and decorative arts, the material culture of jewelry and metalsmithing. That's what I pursued while I was in graduate school. I was recreating early American tinware about my experience as a gay American at that time. I wish there were visuals included, but that's what I was doing at SUNY New Paltz.    Sharon: How did you find that material?   Jonathan: The tinware was a metaphor for America, for traditionalism. The pieces were metaphors for the function or dysfunction of America. These objects were a little perverse, a little sublime and really honest about how frustrated I felt about being an American and growing up in Philadelphia during the bicentennial. I thought life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness was for everybody, but I found myself not really able to access the full extent of that saying, like many people in our country even today. But I'm happy to report that a piece from that era was just acquired by the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. I'm thrilled that the older work is getting some interest. There's some interest from the New York Historical Society, which is not finalized yet, but it's interesting to see that work with new eyes 20-some years later.   Sharon: Congratulations!   Jonathan: When I was in Germany, my partner at the time was finishing his master's degree, and I was an artist in residence there at the Hochschule der Künste, which is now the Academy of Art, I think it's called. That was an interesting experience because Europeans in general, and Germans in particular, approach craft differently. They have a much longer and supportive tradition of craft of all kinds, so when they saw my tinware, it was a little confusing to them. I ended up in a program called small sculpture as an artist in residence because there was no jewelry program at this art university. It was interesting. It was curious.   Sharon: Tell us how you came to jewelry.   Jonathan: Jewelry eventually gets into my story. After leaving Berlin, I moved to New York. I knew I wanted to be a New York artist. That's the place I had to go. That's the place I had to find my destiny. I was walking around looking for positions in a gallery, which was what I thought I was supposed to do. I walked into one gallery and the director there said, “I don't have any gallery work for you, but I'm on the board of a not-for-profit gallery at the YWCA. That's the home of the Craft Students League. They are looking for a program associate, which pays a ridiculously low hourly wage but has health benefits.” I thought, “O.K., I can do that.”    That's when I found myself in the not-for-profit arts administration position that was developed into what I do now, at least part time. I was the program coordinator for the Craft Students League, which is unfortunately gone now, but had a wonderful ceramics, jewelry, painting, and book arts department. I ultimately became director of the jewelry studio and metalsmithing studio there, and then I became the assistant director of the whole program before I moved to the 92nd Street Y to become the director of the Jewelry Center here.   Sharon: Did they have an opening? How did you enter the 92nd Street Y?   Jonathan: Yes, there was an opening. There was John Cogswell. The Jewelry Center has some wonderful previous directors. It was Thomas Gentile from the late 60s to mid-70s, who really put this program on the map. He was followed by John Cogswell until the early 90s. Then briefly Shana Kroiz took over. She was between Baltimore and New York, and when she left the department, there was a call for a new director. That's when I joined the program here.   Sharon: Wow! I didn't know that Thomas Gentile was one of the—I don't know if you want to call it the founders, but one of the names that launched it.    Jonathan: Yeah. The program began in 1930 in its earliest form as a class in metalworking and slowly evolved into a few more classes. It became part of the one of the largest WPA programs in the country here at the 92nd Street Y, but it kind of floated along until Thomas came—and Thomas, forgive me if I get this wrong—in the mid-60s, I think, maybe later. He came in and really started to formulate a program of study here. He was the one who really created the Jewelry Center as a center.   Sharon: Was he emphasizing art jewelry or all jewelry?   Jonathan: There was a great book put out by the Museum of Modern Art in the 50s about how to make modern jewelry. Now, I don't know if the MOMA realized that they put out a book on how to make jewelry, but my point is in New York, I think there was still this idea of the modernist aesthetic and the artist as jeweler or jeweler as artist. I would say that Thomas was focused more on artist-made jewelry, the handmade, the one-of-a-kind object. It was still not looking in any way towards traditional or commercial jewelry.   Sharon: Jonathan, tell us what the 92nd Street Y is, because people may not know.   Jonathan: The 92nd Street Y is a 140-year-old institution here on the Upper East Side of New York City. It is one of New York City's most important cultural anchors. It has many different facets. We have a renowned lecture series. The November before the pandemic, I remember we had back-to-back Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Lizzo. Wednesday night it was Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Thursday night it was Lizzo. Last night we had Outlander here, and I think we had a full house of 900 people plus 2,000 people online. We also have a world-renowned dance center that has a long history with Martha Graham and Bill T. Jones. In many ways, modern dance coalesced at the 92nd Street Y. The Jewelry Center has had a presence here at the Y since 1930. We have a wonderful ceramic center. We also have one of the most prestigious nursery schools in New York City. You name it.    The 92nd Street Y is a Jewish cultural center. It's part of the UJA Association, but it's kind of its own thing. It's a whole other story about what Ys are and the difference between YWCAs, YMCAs and YM-WHAs, which is what we are, but the 92nd Street Y is really a cultural center.   Sharon: When are you opening your West Coast branch in Los Angeles? Because you have such an incredible number of speakers and programs.   Jonathan: Many of them come from the West Coast. We had Andrew Garfield here the week before last to talk about his amazing performance for a Reel Pieces program with Annette Insdorf. I think that was a full house of 900 people for a performance from “Tick Tick Boom,” which was great. I don't know when we're coming to LA. We're just reemerging from the pandemic here in New York.   Sharon: This is not related to jewelry, but do you think that without the pandemic, you would have gone online to such an extent? Would it have been possible for people around the world, including on the West Coast, to see what's going on?   Jonathan: The pandemic was the catalyst to do something we'd always thought about, but yes, the pandemic definitely forced us to do it. On March 13, New York City shut down. That Monday, we flipped all of our classes, every single one of our classes in the Art Center, which is about 200 classes, to be virtual. That worked for some classes better than others, obviously for painting and drawing. It was fine for jewelry. It's tough if you don't have a studio. What we did through the summer is offer online classes. We still offer online classes to some extent, but my focus is on building back our in-person class schedule, which we're doing. We're over about half enrollment now from the pandemic and moving quickly towards three-quarters.   Sharon: Did the people who enrolled in hands-on jewelry classes, did that just stop with the pandemic?   Jonathan: Yes, it stopped from March 2020 until September 2020. In September, we actually opened back up for in-person classes. We wore masks. We were socially distanced. We were unvaccinated. I was taking the subway and it worked. It was slow at first, but I think this process is a part of many people's lives and this program is so meaningful for so many people. Being in New York, access to a studio is important, and very few people have studios at home. This is not only an important part emotionally of their lives, it's also literally, physically, an important part of making jewelry their practice.   Sharon: Since you started as director of the program, I know you've been responsible for growing it tremendously. Was that one of your goals? Did you have that vision, or there was just so much opportunity? What happened?   Jonathan: All of the above. There was a lot of opportunity. Unfortunately, the Crafts Students League closed shortly after I left. Parsons closed their department. There were a number of continuing education programs that left Manhattan, and this is before the country of Brooklyn was discovered, even though I lived there. There were no schools in Brooklyn, really. The 92nd Street Y became one of the few places to study when I came on.    Also, to my point about studying jewelry in art school, you're studying to be an artist generally in art school; you're not really studying to be a jeweler in the way most people understand jewelers to be. Although certainly at Tyler, it was a great technical education and I learned a lot of hard skills, many people, including myself, were not adept at those hard skills. We're not taught at a trade school, and I found that most of the people who were looking for jewelry classes wanted to make more traditional jewelry than the classes we were offering. Most of our faculty came from art school. There were some amazing people, Bob Ebendorf and Lisa Grounick(?) to name just a few, but as the 90s wore on and the aesthetic changed, I found that people really wanted to learn how to work in gold, how to set a stone. The aesthetics of jewelry shifted. You probably know yourself that the art jewelry world shifted a little bit too. For myself, I wanted to learn more hard skills, and I basically started creating classes that reflected my interests in how to make better wax carvings, how to set a brilliant-cut stone. I can then make that into what I want: studio jewelry, art jewelry, whatever, but those hard skills were lacking.    I've said this many times: I don't know that this program would exist in another city other than New York because there was so much talent here. There were people from the industry here. There were artists who were studio jewelers and art jewelers all at my fingertips. I think that was one of the ways it grew, not because I reduced the perspective of what was being made here, but because I enlarged the perspective of what was being made here or taught here.   Sharon: How did you do that? Did you do that by identifying potential teachers and attracting them? What did you do?   Jonathan: I was lucky to have some wonderful people in New York City at that time. We had a wonderful faculty to begin with, but we also were able to expand the faculty with incredible people who had recently resigned. Pamela Farland, who was a master goldsmith and was the goldsmith at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for many years, was on our stuff. Klaus Burgel, who was trained at the Academy of Munich, was here in New York and came to us as a faculty member. Tovaback Winnick(?), who was a master wax carver and worked for Kieselstein-Cord for many years, came on as well. Some people work here for a shorter period of my time. My good friend, Lola Brooks, was here and taught stone setting. There was some really stellar talent around that helped me build this program.   Sharon: That's quite a lineup you're mentioning.   Jonathan: And a really diverse lineup.   Sharon: Diverse in what sense?   Jonathan: Klaus' work is pure art jewelry: the iconic object, incredibly crafted, but what one would consider as art jewelry in its most essential sense. Lola Brooks, her work crosses the lines of both art and jewelry, and she's got a beautiful studio jewelry line. Then there are people like Pamela Farland, who made very classical, Greco-Roman, high-carat granulated stones, classical goldsmithing. Then there was Tovaback Winnick who teaches carving, which is how the majority of commercial jewelry is made. We had real range as well as your regular Jewelry 1, Jewelry 2, Jewelry 3 classes where we're teaching the basics of sawing, forming and soldering.   Sharon: You answered my question in part, but if somebody says, “I'm tired of working as a banker; I want to be a jeweler,” can you come to the Y and do that? Can you go through Jewelry 1, Jewelry 2, Jewelry 3 and then graduate into granulation? I don't know if there's a direct line.   Jonathan: Absolutely. We don't have a course of study. We don't have a certificate, but you can definitely come here and put your own skillset together. That's also what I found strong about the program, that it gave people access to put their skillsets together without going through art school or going through college. You're able to learn those hard skills in an environment where it's no frills.   Sharon: Are they mostly younger people, older people, people of all ages?   Jonathan: It's people of all ages. When I joked about the country of Brooklyn not being discovered yet, I lived in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for my whole New York life, so I'm speaking the truth. There really wasn't anything out there. If you were young and hip and cool when I lived in Brooklyn, you had to come here. So, for a long time, we had a much younger population that was cool, hip. Now, everybody has moved to the country called Brooklyn. That demographic has aged a little bit for us.    We have three classes during the day. We have a morning class, an afternoon class, a late afternoon class and then an evening class. If you're a younger person, it's most likely that you have a job, so you're going to come at night for our classes. That's only one-quarter of the population that can take a class here, because there's only one slot of night classes. There could be four classes happening at the same time, but all from 7:00-9:30. So, in general our population skews old because those are the people who are generally available during the day.    That being said, it's New York City. There are lots of different ways to make a living here. There are definitely people who are actors or bartenders or artists or what have you who do have time during the day and come here. It really depends on what class, but absolutely; we have all ages for sure. We also have kids' classes in the afternoon from 4:00-6:30.

Book Club for Movies
Episode 171 - Breakdown (1997)

Book Club for Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 61:39


Thrill as we breakdown Breakdown and then stay as we speed past The Thomas Crown Affair, Tick Tick Boom, and Unstoppable!

Hunting Pixels
Ep. 061: Chainsaw Vomit

Hunting Pixels

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 130:16


We're back and it's been almost two weeks since we've had an episode go live (which actually isn't true, but hey, who's counting)! As that is the case, we've decided that this might be the right time for one of our favorite recurring topics, the catch up episode. So, We'll be talking about the media that we have consumed, the games we've played, and of course, our regularly scheduled picks of the week!Media Discussed: West Side Story John Wick Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Community Chainsaw Man Tick, Tick, Boom The Oscars Video Games Discussed: Horizon Forbidden West Elden Ring The Last Of Us Part 2 Triangle Strategy Picks Of The Week: Josh: Frame.wtf Austin: Fit For a King-Deathless Dylan: Dinossindgeil - Elden Ring Any% No Hit As always you can find us on social media for all things Culture Bop, Hunting Pixels, and the Culture Bop family of content. Culture Bop: Twitter - @Culture_Bop, Instagram - @culture_bop, Youtube - Culture Bop Josh: Twitter - @TheBebopman182, Instagram - @bebopman182, Twitch - The_Bebopman Dylan: Twitter - @OMDizzyTV, Instagram - @omdizzy, Twitch - OMDizzy, YouTube - @OMDizzy,  Austin: Twitter - @bigpappaplays, Instagram - @bigpappaplays, Twitch- @bigpappaplays, TikTok- @bigpappaplays And finally, if you're looking to support the podcast or any of the endeavors that we're undertaking as Culture Bop, then go to Patreon.com/culturebop and toss us a pledge, we're offering some very cool perks and once we start hitting our goals even more content will be on its way. Special Shout Out To Our Patrons For Making This Podcast Possible: Justin “Under Pressure” Ruiss Sharim “Thunderstruck” Khan Tonny “Kickstart My Heart” Sulmann Jeffery “Don't Stop Believin” Szyarto Blake “Livin' on a Prayer” Graham Lisa “Hotel California” Long Sean “Come Together” O'Keeffe Jr. Bren “Go Your Own Way” Woodham Dylan “Rocket Man” Martin Austin “Have You Ever Seen the Rain“ Stephens

Real Talk With Mason Bray
Ep. 704 - BROADWAY TALKS with Olivia Miller - Bloody Mary: LIVE!

Real Talk With Mason Bray

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 30:38


Olivia Miller is the brilliant writer and star of “Bloody Mary: Live!” earning glowing reviews such as “Olivia Miller dazzles in this tart and punky solo show” from The Guardian. She has also performed across the U.S. in shows such as Little Shop fo Horrors, Tick Tick Boom, Assassins, and so many more! She joins the Real Talk family to discuss her pathway to creating this “stand-up structured” play about the misunderstood, often-forgotten Bloody Mary. In addition, we also discuss the future of performances with this show, her careers and so much more! If you want to learn more about the show: Instagram - @bloodymaryliveshow If you want to check out more content with Olivia: Instagram - @thatoliviamiller Twitter - @thatlivmiller TikTok - @thatoliviamiller Website - olivia-miller.net Thank you so much for listening and your support to make Season 7 possible! Check out my socials: Instagram - @_RealTalk_Pod Twitter - @_RealTalk_Pod TikTok - @realtalkpodcast  Website - realtalkmasonbray.com Facebook - Real Talk with Mason Bray Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sala de Edição
Segundo Corte #30 | Tick Tick Boom

Sala de Edição

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 80:17


Reinecken e Duca Mendes analisam “Tick Tick Boom”, filme dirigido por Lin-Manuel Miranda e editado por Myron Kerstein e Andrew Weisblum.ApresentadoresReinecken: instagram.com/reineckenDuca Mendes: instagram.com/ducamendesEdiçãoReinecken: instagram.com/reineckenArtesDaniel Brito: instagram.com/dbritoLinks do episódiohttps://www.segundocorte.comSala VIPhttps://bit.ly/2YtvIskSeja você também um apoiador do Sala VIP, ganhe benefícios exclusivos e faça parte do nosso grupo do Telegram!Canal do Telegramhttps://t.me/saladeedicaoSiga o canal do Sala de Edição e fique por dentro das promoções, descontos dos patrocinadores, pesquisas e novidades sobre o podcast.AvMakershttps://www.avmakers.com.brUse o cupom "SALA99" e garanta já a sua assinatura anual da maior plataforma online de ensino audiovisual em português por apenas R$ 99,00 mensais. Agradecemos os nossos apoiadores:Isaac Orcino, Wagner Pimentel, Leopoldo Nakata, Cristiano Videira, Mari Porlan, Demetrios Cardozo, Fabio Dedini, Ricardo Tavares, Lohan Costa, Lucas Mello, Idê Lacreta, Marcelo Cavalieri, Diego Camara, Bruno Nunes, Wilson Takeo Maebuchi e Danilo Viana.Contato:Site: saladeedicao.com.brEmail: contato@saladeedicao.com.brFacebook: facebook.com/saladeedicaoInstagram: instagram.com/saladeedicaoTwitter: twitter.com/saladeedicaoLinkedin: linkedin.com/company/saladeedicao/Youtube: https://bit.ly/2Eqjp8aTelegram: t.me/saladeedicao

Sex. Love. Literature.
E17: Love Is Blind and Other Dating Reality TV, Part 1

Sex. Love. Literature.

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 62:10


This episode, we're joined by Lauren and June, two fellow PhD candidates and podcasters, to discuss Netflix's Love is Blind and other dating/matchmaking reality shows. In the first part of two, we discuss how being on a reality show turns people into characters, get into our own reality TV viewing practices, and discover that Ayanni has seen way more of them than she thought! You can find Lauren and June's new show, Under Review, where ever you get your podcasts. (But here's a link to their Spotify page: https://open.spotify.com/show/1H32AGeE1ZQeRSNfy3AATI?si=422e16fdf7bf4e8e) Don't forget to subscribe to Sex. Love. Literature! You can find us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @SexLoveLit. Lit discussed this episode includes: Love Is Blind, Below Deck: Sailing Yacht, The Bachelor, Next, I Love New York, Business Proposal, Thirty-Nine, Obey Me: One Master to Rule Them All, Mr. Sunshine, Dear Shandy, Tick Tick Boom, The Floor is Lava, Millionaire Matchmaker, Too Hot To Handle and more~ The SLL Theme music is “Pluck It Up” by Dan Henig. “What's Sparking Joy” BGM is Candy-Coloured Sky by Catmosphere | https://soundcloud.com/ctmsphr; Released by Paper Crane Collective; Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com; Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License; https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US

Rabbitt Stew Comics
Episode 346

Rabbitt Stew Comics

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 181:48


Comic Reviews: DC Batman Beyond: Neo-Year 1 by Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, Max Dunbar, Sebastian Cheng, Romulo Fajardo Jr. Earth-Prime: Batwoman 1 by Camrus Johnson, Natalie Abrams, Kelly Larson, Clayton Henry, Marcelo Maiolo Marvel Captain Marvel Annual 1 by Torunn Gronbekk, Carlos Gomez, Dijjo Lima Deadpool: Bad Blood 1 by Rob Liefeld, Chris Sims, Chad Bowers, Adelso Corona, Romulo Fajardo Jr Marauders 1 by Steve Orlando, Eleonara Carlini, Matt Milla Spider-Punk 1 by Cody Ziglar, Justin Mason, Jim Charalampidis X-Force Annual 1 by Nadia Shammas, Rafael Pimentel, Carlos Lopez X-Men Red 1 by Al Ewing, Stefano Caselli, Federico Blee White Fox Infinity Comic 1 by Alyssa Wong, Bruno Oliveira, Andres Mossa Image LEGO Ninjago Garmadon 1 by Tti Vuong, Annalisa Leoni Boom Alice Ever After 1 by Dan Panosian, Giorgio Spalletta, Fabiana Mascolo IDW Rocketeer: The Great Race 1 by Stephen Mooney, Len O'Grady Dynamite Project Superpowers: Fractured States 1 by Ron Marz, Andy Lanning, Emilio Utrera Aftershock Ocean Will Take Us 1 by Rick Douek, Carlos Olivares, Manual Puppo Ahoy G.I.L.T. 1 by Alisa Kwitney, Mauricet A.W.A. Joneses 1 by Michael Moreci, Alessandro Vitti Vault West of Sundown 1 by Tim Seeley, Aaron Campbell, Jim Terry, Triona Farrell Additional Reviews: Moon Knight ep2, Picard s2e6, Astro City: Metrobook, Young Justice, Apollo 10 1/2, VVitch, Tick Tick Boom, Batman Damned, Absolute Swamp Thing vol 2, Sonic 2, Amphibia, Owl House News: Clash of Clans comic from Gene Luen Yang, new Superman miniseries from Russell/Allred, next round of DC Round Robin, Picard s3, Red Hood and the Outlaws/Vixen/Zatanna Webtoons, Ezra Miller controversy, Locke & Key ending with s3, Young Justice digital-first comic tie-in, Lemire announces new Substack Black Hammer webcomic, Tom King Superman one-shot for Dark Crisis, Avengers BC mini from Aaron, Dancing With The Stars moves to Disney+, HBO Max adapting You Brought Me The Ocean, Harley Quinn YA novel series, All-Out Avengers, rumors about Kraven movie plot, Aquamen ending Glenn asks a question Trailers: Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, Doctor Strange 2 Comics Countdown: X-Men Red 1 by Al Ewing, Stefano Caselli, Federico Blee Batman 122 by Joshua Williamson, Trevor Hairsine, Howard Porter, Rain Beredo, Tomeu Morey Little Monsters 2 by Jeff Lemire, Dustin Nguyen Radiant Red 2 by Cherish Chen, Darko Lafuente, Miquel Muerto, Diego Sanches Wonder Woman: Historia - The Amazons 2 by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Gene He, Wesley Wong Jim Henson's Storyteller: Shapeshifter 2 by Darcie Little Badger, Alexandra Fastovets West of Sundown 1 by Tim Seeley, Aaron Campbell, Jim Terry, Triona Farrell Black Widow 15 by Kelly Thompson, Elena Casagrande, Radael Pimentel, Elisabetta D'Amico, Jordie Bellaire Fantastic Four 42 by Dan Slott, Rachael Stott, Jesus Aburtov, Erick Arciniega Fire Power 19 by Robert Kirkman, Chris Samnee, Matt Wilson

Culture Bucket
67 - 2022 Performance Review

Culture Bucket

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 110:38


We're so happy to be back with you this week for our 2022 performance review of our personal top 5 actors from TV & film over the past year. Tune in to also hear us break down our Oscar predictions and crown this year's ultimate winner.  That's not even everything, George also reviews the worst film he's ever seen in a cinema this week. All that, and more on this episode of Culture Bucket.  Please download, listen and tell your friends about us! It wouldn't hurt to drop us a review on the ol' Apple Podcasts page too.   Spoilers below Culture discussed in this week's culture catch-up: The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Tick Tick Boom, Spencer, Bray Me - Grace Note, The Lost City, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Morbius, The Nan Movie, Ambulance If you would like to add to the discussion please join us in the following places: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/culturebucketpodcast Join our Facebook discussion group at: Culture Bucket Bucket Squad on facebook Twitter: https://twitter.com/CultBucketPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/culturebucketpodcast/ Email: culturebucketpodcast@gmail.com Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/CultureBucket/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/wd0xyllzxj6ftwi25hfwgjapv

Songs for the Struggling Artist
The Macintosh in Tick, Tick...Boom!

Songs for the Struggling Artist

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 24:32


In the first couple of minutes of the film, the character of famous theatre writer, Jonathan Larson, introduces us to the year (a pan shot of a Calvin and Hobbes calendar that reveals it is January 1990) and a lot of his stuff. He tells us about his two keyboards, his music collection and his Macintosh computer. My brain did a little record scratch of “Huh?” at this but I had a movie to watch so I watched it, occasionally squinting my eyes at his machine when he'd type a single word on that computer, throughout the film. Then I went to bed. And I started thinking about the Macintosh computer. I thought about how odd it was for a struggling musical theatre writer to own a computer at all in 1990 and how extra odd it would be if he had one that was new like that. I mean, I didn't know the exact dates, but I knew most people didn't start really getting these things for another couple of years. To read more (like, a lot more) about The Macintosh in Tick, Tick...Boom! visit the Songs for the Struggling Artist blog. This is Episode 298 Song: Do You Love an Apple? Image - screenshot from the film To support this podcast: Give it 5 stars in Apple Podcasts. Write a nice review! Rate it wherever you listen or via: https://ratethispodcast.com/strugglingartist Join my mailing list: www.emilyrainbowdavis.com/ Like the blog/show on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SongsfortheStrugglingArtist/ Support me on Patreon: www.patreon.com/emilyrdavis Or buy me a coffee on Kofi: http://ko-fi.com/emilyrainbowdavis or PayPal me: https://www.paypal.me/strugglingartist Follow me on Twitter @erainbowd Instagram and Pinterest Tell a friend! Listen to The Dragoning here (it's my audio drama) and support via Ko-fi here: https://ko-fi.com/messengertheatrecompany As ever, I am yours, Emily Rainbow Davis

Middle Class Film Class
Gab & Chatter: Mogul Mowgli / Old Henry / Good Time / Death on the Nile / Jujutsu Kaisen / Halloween Kills / Cod / Tick Tick Boom

Middle Class Film Class

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 82:28


On this episode: The lasting effects of Heredity, the art of saying "no" to Tom Cruise, and Tyler is back in the studio! Plus… Keanu Reeves enemy of the Chinese state, revelations on Woody Allen, and Oscar predictions for the 94th Academy AwardsIn news: The slap heard round the world, Harry Styles, Dunkirk, Jimmy Fallon, SNL, Olivia Wilde, Shia LeBeouf, Don't Worry Darling, Eternals, Nosferatu, Robert Eggers, Anya Taylor Joy, The Witch, Nicolas Winding Refn, Elle Fanning, Edgar Wright, Neon Demon, The Lighthouse, Christopher Lee, Ezra Miller, The Flash, A Star is Born, Shallow, Mel Gibson, We Need to Talk About Kevin, Squid and the Whale, The Crow, Bill Skarsgard, Robert Sanders, Snow White and the Huntsmen, Scarlet Johansson, Ghost in the Shell, Brandon Lee, Jason Momoa, Tim Burton, Superman, Nicolas Cage, Tom Hardy, Joaquin Phoenix, Gladiator, Will Smith, Chris Rock, Denzel Washington, Jada Pinkett Smith, Tupac, Scientology, Oscar results, Garfield, Jim Davis, Bruce Willis, Harrison Fordhttp://www.MCFCpodcast.comEmail us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com    Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010Joseph Navarro    Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe    Streaming Picks:Jujutsu Kaizen - HBO MaxMogul Mowgli - HBO MaxGood Time - Showtime, KanopySuspiria - Tubi, KanopyHalloween Kills - HBO MaxTick Tick Boom - NetflixCoda - Apple TV+Death on The Nile - HBO maxOld Henry - Showtime

360 Yourself!
Ep 172: That Last Little Bit - Alice Brooks (Cinematographer - Tick Tick Boom, In The Heights)

360 Yourself!

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 41:35


Alice Brooks, ASC is a cinematographer who has photographed award-winning feature films, television shows and commercials. Her next feature project is director Jon M. Chu's adaptation of the hit musical WICKED. Brooks most recently photographed tick tick…BOOM! for Netflix and Imagine Entertainment, directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda and produced by Ron Howard. tick tick...BOOM! premieres at AFI Fest on Nov. 10, then debuts in theaters for a limited run on Nov. 12 and will commence streaming on Netflix Nov. 19. Her other recent work includes the 2021 summer release of Miranda's IN THE HEIGHTS for Warner Bros. directed by Chu. The film's cinematography received widespread critical acclaim. Brooks also lensed HOME BEFORE DARK (pilot and season one) for Apple TV+, Paramount TV and Anonymous Content, produced by Dana Fox, Dara Resnik and Joy Gorman. Brooks' feature film credits include: QUEEN BEES from director Michael Lembeck, starring Ellen Burstyn and James Caan; and the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of THE REMIX: HIP HOP X FASHION from directors Farah Khalid and Lisa Cortes. She is known for her dramatic lighting and powerful camera movement, as demonstrated in Paramount's THE LXD (directed by Chu) and TAINTED LOVE (directed by Avi Youabian). The trade publication Ad Age described THE LXD as one of the most beautifully filmed, elaborately staged web series in the history of the medium. Brooks is a graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts and a member of the International Cinematographers Guild, Local 600. She became a member of the prestigious American Society of Cinematographers in Oct. 2021. She is represented by United Talent Agency. IG: @_alicebrooks_ Host: Jamie Neale @jamienealejn Discussing rituals and habitual patterns in personal and work life. We ask questions about how to become more aware of one self and the world around us, how do we become 360 with ourselves? Host Instagram: @jamienealejn Podcast Instagram: @360_yourself Music from Electric Fruit Produced by Tom Dalby Composed by Toby Wright

Popcorn and Soda
Will Smith Slaps Chris Rock at the Oscars (2022)

Popcorn and Soda

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 30:31


If you have access to the internet, we don't need to explain what happened at the 2022 Oscars. If you don't have the internet, SPOILER ALERT, Will Smith smacked Chris Rock in the face for throwing a poor 90s style Dad joke at his wife Jada Pinkett Smith. It's a lose lose situation for pretty much everyone.Visit Website | Join Newsletter | Support | Facebook | Instagram

ZZ Talk
Two Guys Review "tick, tick...BOOM!"

ZZ Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 29:25


This week, we're continuing our movie review series with Lin-Manuel Miranda's tick, tick...BOOM! Starring Andrew Garfield, Vanessa Hudgens, and Alexandra Shipp. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

We have been watching
100. Turning Red, All of us are dead, After Party

We have been watching

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 33:19


Happy 100th Episode!!!In this special episode...it' business as usual as we look at Disney / Pixar's Turning RedMart's caught up with the fantastic Tick Tick Boom on NetflixWe quickly go over No Time to Die, Fifth Element, Knives Out, The Hitman's Wife's BodyguardMart's started the hit Korean Netflix series - All Of Us Are DeadRob recommends the Apple TV series - After PartyWe're always on the lookout for recommendations so please give us a shout!Send us your suggestions for what we should be watching:wehavebeenwatchingpodcast@gmail.comIf you'd like to become a patron:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=55368632You can also find us here:https://linktr.ee/WHBWpodcastTry out our YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCqOaBzRYx0SvkadS27FfGIASupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=55368632)

Bankrupt_Hippo
Tick, Tick...BOOM! (2021) One of The Year's Best | Movie Review | No Spoilers

Bankrupt_Hippo

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022 4:45


No spoilers, full review for Tick, Tick...BOOM! starring Andrew Garfield, Robin de Jesus, Alexandra Shipp, Vanessa Hudgens, Joshua Henry and directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda Tick, Tick...BOOM! Off The Couch Review: https://youtu.be/S0tH379bQu4 Visit On Social: https://linktr.ee/bankrupt_hippo

Interior Analysis
tick, tick... BOOM!

Interior Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 54:45


We look at this Oscar nominee and how it portrays the writing process, as well as the challenges of adapting musicals to and from the stage. Upcoming episodes: Parasite, Shrek 2 Support us on Patreon and listen to our bonus episodes on the Raimi Spiderman Trilogy, Kingsman, and our early writing experiences. You can get merch with our logo on Zazzle. Our logo is by Kelsey Hendry. Check out our YouTube channel with our video essays. A kids version of Descended Awakening is available on Amazon. Follow David on Instagram. Follow the show on Twitter @intanalysis18 Follow Evan on Twitter @ev_wess Follow Jelani on Twitter @jelanitkelly and on Instagram @jelanitkelly --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Marble Halls & Silver Screens: Sarah Lee
Ep. 124 - The 'KBJ Hearings, Tick, Tick...Boom, and Closet Conservatives' Edition

Marble Halls & Silver Screens: Sarah Lee

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 28:13


The 'KBJ Hearings, Tick, Tick...Boom, and Closet Conservatives' Edition

Casual Cinecast: Blockbuster Movies to Criterion & Classic Film

This week Chris, Mike, and Justin, bat around a few thoughts about Matt Reeves' The Batman. However, before that the guys talk about Tick Tick Boom. - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:03:10) - News on the March! (00:03:10 - 00:18:54)     - Tick Tick Boom - The Batman (00:18:54 - 01:09:11)     - Spoilers start at 00:42:31 - Outro (01:09:11 - 01:10:03)   Also, for all your movie and game news, reviews, and more, check out our friends at www.cinelinx.com.Follow us on: Twitter Facebook Instagram Email us at: casualcinemedia@gmail.com Talk Criterion Collection, film, tv, and other stuff with us in our Facebook group at:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/casualcinecast Intro/Outro Music courtesy of Jake Wagner-Russell at www.soundcloud.com/bopscotch  

We have been watching
98. The Kings Man, Tick Tick Boom

We have been watching

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 36:46


This episode we're back in time for the Kingsmen Prequel starring Ralph FeinnesThen we're Booming up to date with Andrew Garfield in Tick Tick BoomRob talks his fave film - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless MindMart's being cultured & has been to the Theatre for Agatha Christie's MousetrapWe have a quick look at the new Ms Marvel Trailer from MarvelTV wise - Mart's watched The Boys Diaboloical animated mini series on AmazonMart's watched Picard season 2 episode 1 - looking like a good start!We're always on the lookout for recommendations so please give us a shout!Send us your suggestions for what we should be watching:wehavebeenwatchingpodcast@gmail.comIf you'd like to become a patron:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=55368632You can also find us here:https://linktr.ee/WHBWpodcastTry out our YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCqOaBzRYx0SvkadS27FfGIASupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=55368632)

Monkey Off My Backlog
Ep. 92 - Oscar! Part 3 (Acting)

Monkey Off My Backlog

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 50:07


Sam, Tessa, Megan, and Jack are back to take you through the four acting categories for this year's Academy Awards. 5:39 - Actor in a Supporting Role 16:33 - Actor in a Leading Role 26:31 - Actress in a Supporting Role 35:36 - Actress in a Leading Role

Interior Analysis
The Batman (feat. Ahasan Naazim)

Interior Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2022 115:00


We hear ALL of Jelani's thoughts about Batman, then get into all of our feelings on Battinson, how this movie handles three/four villains, its take on Batman's villains and allies, and its genre. Upcoming episodes: Tick Tick Boom, Parasite Support us on Patreon and listen to our bonus episodes on the Raimi Spiderman Trilogy, Kingsman, and our early writing experiences. You can get merch with our logo on Zazzle. Our logo is by Kelsey Hendry. Check out our YouTube channel with our video essays. A kids version of Descended Awakening is available on Amazon. Follow David on Instagram. Follow the show on Twitter @intanalysis18 Follow Evan on Twitter @ev_wess Follow Jelani on Twitter @jelanitkelly and on Instagram @jelanitkelly --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Aya Vs. The Big Boys
12 YEARS A SLAVE

Aya Vs. The Big Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2022 95:31


ok wait wait, before you scroll past: this is somehow still a fun episode.i know, that sounds bad, and it might actually be bad, but it's true lmao ANTSY PRODUCTS: https://antsyproducts.com/Use code "BIGBOY" for 10% off your purchase! Aya Lehman: https://twitter.com/ayalhmnKevin Cookman: https://twitter.com/KevinCookmanContact/Mailbag: ayavsthebigboys@gmail.com A Merry-Go-Round Magazine Podcast: https://merrygoroundmagazine.com/Support Merry-Go-Round Magazine!: https://www.patreon.com/mgrm 

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Film Junk Podcast
Episode 839: Turning Red + The Adam Project

Film Junk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022


We embrace the panda with Turning Red and reject the pander with The Adam Project plus we also talk West Side Story, Tick Tick Boom and Nine Days. 0:00 - Intro 22:35 - Review: Turning Red 1:03:45 - Review: The Adam Project 1:42:40 - Other Stuff We Watched: West Side Story (2021), Tick Tick Boom, Attica, Nine Days 1:57:40 - This Week on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD 2:01:55 - Outro

Best Film Ever
See It Or Skip It? - tick, tick...BOOM!

Best Film Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 63:53


FIRST 28:00 are a spoiler-free review with our See It/Skip It verdict AFTER 28:00 it's a full spoiler review This week we're headed to New York City with Ian and Georgia are chatting all things Jonathan Larson as we make our way through his rock monologue with the following questions: How great is Bradley Whitford? What else have I seen this Andrew Garfield fella in? Does the movie give Alexandra Shipp's character enough time? Does real life stop for tragedy? We answer all these questions and more in our "See It or Skip It" review of Uncharted and then we tell you whether you should SEE IT or SKIP IT.

Play.Hype.Dialogue
"Fear or love, baby? Don't say the answer" Talking Tick...Tick...Boom! (2021)

Play.Hype.Dialogue

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 61:13


Time keeps slipping and we need to pay rent. In this episode Mela and Carlos, without our co-host Omar, talk Netflix's Tick...Tick...Boom! Based on the life and show by Jonathan Larson. We talk being in our 30s, getting older, being creative, nostalgia and more. CW: We also discuss current anti-gay and anti-trans legislation and anti-queer sentiment from the 90s of the film and the current moment. 

Friday Island Podcast
S2E11: tick, tick...BOOM!

Friday Island Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 44:40


Ah yes, musical theater, you've got your Andrew Garfield, your 90s nostalgia, and of course, your internal conflict of art vs responsibility-that's right, the boys are diving into tick, tick...BOOM! What references did Lin Manuel Miranda sneak into this movie? How long did Garfield have to train his voice for this role? Was Jonathan Larson irresponsible or inspiring? Or both? The world may never know...

Watching Netflix Without You
tick, tick . . . BOOM! (2021, Musical) - Guest, Adam from Movies & Podcorn

Watching Netflix Without You

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 15:50


Adam from the Movies & Podcorn Podcast joins me for a review of Lin Manuel Miranda's directorial debut starring powerhouse triple-threat. Andrew Garfield.wnwypodcast@outlook.com, Instagram, wnwypodcast.com Movies & Podcorn, "Welcome to The Circuit. Everyone wants to change the world . . . we just want to talk about it."Visit Movies & Podcorn on The Circuit. Listen on Spotify. And follow them on Instagram.

Muggle with a Mic
tick, tick ... BOOM!

Muggle with a Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 80:06


In the episode Kaiti is joined again by her friend Maggie to discuss the movie musical tick, tick, ... BOOM! on Netflix. This episode is jam packed with interesting facts and critiques on the film which is directed by Lin Manuel-Miranda. Hear Maggie's opinion on the movie having watched the stage production and loving the music during her college days and Kaiti's view having no prior knowledge and now is totally obsessed! The girls talk about the abundance of details of the film, the struggles of brunch in NYC and somehow My Little Pony finds it's way into the discussion. It all comes to a close when Maggie take the Review Challenge game where she must decide if a movie review is for tick, tick, ... BOOM! or for another movie musical. Hear all this and more on this magnificently musical episode of Muggle with a Mic. Intro Music: "Take a Chance" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Cast of tick, tick ... BOOM!, Jonathan Larson, 30-90, tick, tick... BOOM! (Soundtrack from the Netflix Film), Track 01, Brian Grazer Ron Howard Julie Oh Lin-Manuel Miranda, 2021 Sounds from zapsplat.com Freestyle Love Supreme clip: "Sunrise" featuring Utkarsh Ambudkar, Arthur Lewis & Lin-Manuel Miranda. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mugglewithamic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mugglewithamic/support

Everything Is Rent
tick, tick...BOOM! with Lisa Gilroy

Everything Is Rent

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 75:52


The fans have spoken, and Beth and Sarah have answered several months later. The incredibly funny Lisa Gilroy (Fairview on Comedy Central, size 8 feet) joins Sarah and Beth to talk about Lin Manuel Miranda's film adaptation of Jonathan Larson's musical, Tick, Tick... Boom! Despite being obsessed with the musical OLIVER! as a kid, Lisa is NOT a musical theater fan and once had a very traumatic experience auditioning for a musical at her high school. Lisa describes watching TTB without any prior Jonathan Larson knowledge and being shocked to find out he died. Sarah beats Beth fair and square in a trivia game (trigger warning/spoiler alert: Beth incorrectly says that Sondheim wrote Falsettos. Don't freak out.). -- SHOW INFORMATION Instagram: @EverythingIsRent Twitter: @Everything_Rent Email: EverythingIsRentPod@gmail.com Subscribe: Apple Podcasts| Subscribe: Spotify