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Telling one's struggle and pouring your heart out is not an easy task, much more putting it into words and having everyone read it. Listen in to Matt Picheny as he shares his insights on the difficulties of writing a book and the fulfillment it brought to him. Let him take you on his journey as he gives tips and good practices he learned along the way.Key Takeaways To Listen ForLearnings you can acquire from being an author of a bookHow intuition can be a help or a hindranceKey metrics to consider when investing in real estate dealsThe reason behind completing a bookResources Mentioned In This EpisodeBackstage Guide to Real EstateAbout Matt PichenyMatt Picheny is focused on developing passive income streams that enable investors to write their own story, and choose how they want to spend their time.He specializes in revitalizing and elevating communities through real estate investment, community enrichment, climate sensitivity, and the arts.Matt has over 15 years of experience in property analysis, financing, acquisition, construction, operations, and has invested in over 8,000 apartments nationwide. He is a licensed real estate agent, a Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac approved buyer and has earned both Commercial Real Estate & Real Estate Finance certificates from Boston University. Matt is a member of the Forbes Real Estate Council, the Fast Company Executive Board, and is an advisor to a PropTech company.A PMI certified Project Management Professional, Matt is a digital marketing veteran whose 18-year career in the advertising world included working for some of the world's largest advertising agencies, producing award-winning projects for Fortune 500 clients including Verizon, IBM, and Coca-Cola.Matt and his wife have two Tony Awards® as co-Producers of the Broadway shows MoulinRouge! and American Utopia. They have invested in many other theatrical productions including the iconic musicalsHamilton and Wicked.A native of Orlando Florida, and a former actor, Matt still believes in happily ever after. He lives with his wife and their two daughters in Brooklyn, New York and in his downtime enjoys long walks on the beach, Broadway, Rock and Roll, and amazing barbecue.Connect with MattWebsite: Picheny - Your Backstage Guide to Passive InvestingTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
Matt Picheny is a real estate investment expert. Matt has more than 15 years of experience in property analysis, financing, acquisition, construction, operations, and has invested in over 8,000 apartments nationwide. He is a licensed real estate agent, a Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac approved buyer and has earned both Commercial Real Estate & Real Estate Finance certificates from Boston University. Matt is also a member of the Forbes Real Estate Council, the Fast Company Executive Board, and is an advisor to a PropTech company. Quote: “ I look at all deals as there are three components to them…it's the deal, it's the market, and it's the sponsor.” “My ethos in all of this is trying to make win-wins…that's something that's really important to me is making sure that our property ownership actually improves the community and not degrades it.” Highlights: 1:34 - Matt tells listeners more about his background in real estate. 05:24 - Matt speaks about his production career on Broadway, winning two Tony Awards, and his acting career growing up. 9:56 - Matt discusses building his own real estate company and the model he uses. 15:23 - Matt talks about what he saw on the LP side that he didn't take over to the GP side. 22:13 - Matt touches on the markets his company is investing in. 23:27 - Matt provides insight into his company's success in winning deals. 32:44 - Matt describes exit strategies and loan structures. 34:04 - Matt explains his company's underwriting process to mitigate risk. 38:09 - Matt answers Kevin's golden nugget question. Guest Website: https://picheny.com/ Recommended Resources: Check out our company and our investment opportunity by visiting www.SunriseCapitalInvestors.com Self Directed IRA Investment Opportunity – Click Here To Learn More About How You Can Invest With Us Through Your SDIRA Accredited Investors Click Here to learn more about partnering with me and my team on Mobile Home Park deals! Grab a free copy of my latest book “The 21 Biggest Mistakes Investors Make When Purchasing their First Mobile Home Park…and how to avoid them MobileHomeParkAcademy.com Schedule your free 30 minute "no obligation" call directly with Kevin by clicking this link https://www.timetrade.com/book/KV2D2
Steven won Tony Awards for Best Book and Best Score, the Grammy Award for Best Musical Show Album, as well as the Olivier Award for Best New Musical for Spring Awakening. His other musicals include Alice by Heart produced at the National Theatre of London, MCC in New York and is also a novel from Penguin Random House, The Nightingale produced at La Jolla Playhouse; Prometheus Bound at A.R.T; and Some Lovers with music by Burt Bacharach at the Old Globe and the Adirondack Theatre Festival. His plays include Arms on Fire, New York Animals, and a reconceived musical version of Shakespeare's Tempest. Additionally, Sater works as a poet, screenwriter, and a pop lyricist. He has created television projects for HBO, Showtime, FX, NBC, and is currently creating a musical TV series for Amazon.
[It was] a groundbreaking, Pulitzer Prize-winning musical, A Chorus Line, set a Broadway standard when it debuted in 1975 and [yet, it still] remains relevant today. A Chorus Line is a musical with a book by James Kirkwood Jr. and Nicholas Dante, music by Marvin Hamlisch, and lyrics by Edward Kleban. It shows an insider's view of the casting and audition process that goes in a Broadway show, centering around seventeen Broadway dancers auditioning for spots on a chorus line. The show won nine Tony Awards, along with a Special Tony Award for becoming Broadway's longest-running musical in 1984, and a Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1976. Production History A Chorus Line was formed from several taped workshop sessions with Broadway dancers known as “gypsies.” The taping for the first session was at the Nickolaus Exercise Center in January 1974, with lead dancers hoping they could form a professional dance company for workshops for Broadway dancers. Original Broadway productions The show opened off-Broadway at The Public Theater on April 15, 1975. It was directed by Michael Bennett and co-choreographed by Bob Avian and Bennett. Word about the show quickly spread, creating a demand for tickets that the entire run sold out immediately. A Chorus Line premiered on Broadway in July 1975 at the Shubert Theatre, where it ran until April 1990 for 6,137 performances. The original cast included: Robert Lupone as Zach Clive Clerk as Larry Donna McKechnie as Cassie Ron Kuhlman as Don Kay Cole as Maggie Wayne Cilento as Mike Baayork Lee as Connie Michel Stuart as Greg Carole Bishop as Sheila Thomas J. Walsh as Bobby Nancy Lane as Bebe Trish Garland as Judy Ronald Dennis as Richie Don Percassi as Al Renee Baughman as Kristine Pamela Blair as Bal Cameron Mason as Mark Sammy Williams as Paul Priscilla Lopez as Dianna Most of the original cast went on to perform in the Los Angeles production. The new cast of the “New” New York Company included Ann Reinking, Christopher Chadman, Sandahl Bergman, Justin Ross, and Barbara Luna. When the show closed, it became the longest-running show in Broadway history until 1997, when Cats surpassed it. Original West End production A London production of A Chorus Line opened in the West End at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in 1976. Initially, the international cast from the US retained their roles, including Jane Summerhays as Sheila. The original British cast took over the next year. It included: Jean-Pierre Cassel as Zach Jack Gunn as Larry Elizabeth Seal/Petra Siniawski as Cassie Lance Aston as Don Veronica Page as Maggie Michael Howe as Mike Cherry Gillespie as Connie Stephen Tate as Greg Geraldine Gardner as Sheila Leslie Meadows as Bobby Susan Claire as Bebe Judy Gridley as Judy Roy Gayle as Richie Jeff Shankley as Al Vicki Spencer as Kristine Linda Williams as Val Peter Barry as Mark Michael Staniforth as Paul Diane Langton as Dianna Plot Overview A tribute and celebration of the unsung heroes of the musical theatre, the chorus dancers, A Chorus Line examine a day in the lives of seventeen dancers all vying for a spot in a chorus line of a Broadway musical. Chorus dancers are often over-dedicated, highly trained, but are underpaid, and when they back up the star, they make him or her look more talented than they really are. For the most part, the characters portrayed in the show are based on the real-life experiences of Broadway dancers. The story takes the audience to a roller coaster of emotions as a group of potential Broadway performers is put through a dynamic series of dance numbers. Their numbers are gradually reduced from whom Zach, the director, must make his final choice. www.acriticsrant.com Image: Pinterest.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brewspoursandsipsdotcom/support
This week on Movement Guidance we have Jenn Stafford! She is a dancer, actor, and vocalist originally from Canada. You will soon be able to catch her on the big screen in Avatar 2 and 3. Some of her additional credits include The Tony Awards, The Grammy Awards, Dear White People, Katy Perry, A Week Away, and Cirque Du Soleil in The Beatles LOVE and 45 Degrees. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram: @movementguidance & @annie_libera
The Ghost of Christmas Past visited us this time around! Take a trip down memory lane as we chit-chat with the staff about some of our favorite memories in the restaurant. We also wanted to share this episode as a tribute to the man who started it all, our boss and inspiration, Joe Allen, who passed away this past February. Yes, it's last year's episode, but it's been a year since we've heard it and it's just as fun now as it was then. Happy Holidays!
Episode Segments:3:10 – Favorite Things32:38 – How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?40:19 – Someone Tell The StoryMusic Credits:"Overture" from Dear World (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music by Jerry Herman | Performed by Dear World Orchestra & Donald Pippin"We Need A Little Christmas" from Mame (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Jerry Herman | Performed by Angela Lansbury, Frankie Michaels, Jane Connell, Sab Shimono, & Donald Pippin"My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music (Original Soundtrack Recording) | Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II | Performed by Julie Andrews"Maria" from The Sound of Music (Original Soundtrack Recording) | Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II | Performed by Evadne Baker, Anna Lee, Portia Nelson, Marni Nixon"The Ballad of Booth" from Assassins (Original Off-Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim | Performed by Patrick Cassidy, Marcus Olson, & Victor Garber
For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/_j3JLZPWDF0 Patti D'Beck is a long-time veteran of Broadway and regional theatre. Her Broadway credits as Associate Choreographer, Supervisor, Dance Captain, and Actor include the original productions of Applause (Lauren Bacall), A Chorus Line, Seesaw, Pippin (Ben Vereen), Evita, The Will Rogers' Follies, My One and Only (Twiggy and Tommy Tune), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, and the Broadway revivals of Annie Get Your Gun (Bernadette Peters), Bells are Ringing (Faith Prince), and Grease! (Rosie O'Donnell, Lucy Lawless). In 2016 Ms. D'Beck collaborated with Jeff Calhoun on the world premiere of Frank Wildhorn's musical Mata Hari in Seoul, So. Korea. Patti also choreographed the opening number for the 1997 Tony Awards and served as assistant or associate choreographer to Tommy Tune and Graciela Daniele on many productions. She has directed and choreographed many stars including Bernadette Peters, Liza Minnelli, Brooke Shields, Lucy Arnaz, Reba McEntire, Keith Carradine, Sandy Duncan, Lucy Lawless and many, many more. This past fall she worked with American Dance Machine to recreate Will Rogers' Follies ‘Our Favorite Son', which she helped create on Broadway. She also was part of a panel for Dancers Over 40, honoring Tommy Tune and Kevin Winkler's new book. In 2022 she will be directing NUNSENSE, starring Sally Struthers at Riverside Center for the Performing Arts. In addition, she works at the VCU Center for Patient Safety and Human Simulation as a Standardized Patient (SP). As an SP, Patti portrays patient scenarios in order to instruct and train medical students, residents, and fellows in the art of critical thinking, patient safety, team interaction, decision making, clinical techniques and communication.
Julie chats with Casey Erin Clark (her co-founder) about her winding path from “small town girl trying to make it in Broadway” perfectionist to multi-hyphenate rebel. Along the way, they cover the profound joy of using your voice, embracing your edges, seeing possibility all around you, and finding your “I want” song. Thank you to our Season 3 sponsor, Armoire! If you're ready to try a new look, Armoire's high-end clothing rental service (full of amazing women-owned brands) will hook you up! For 50% off your first month's rental + a free item, go to http://armoire.style/voiceis and use VOICEIS in the referral box! TOP TAKEAWAYS Casey was born a classic people-pleasing perfectionist. It took her years, a few serious bumps in the road, and one devastating election to finally clarify what was really important. (Hint: the answer was not “what other people think.”) Articulating what you want is powerful. An “I want” song in musical theater tells us about the character's desires and ambitions and needs…and spending your life and career exploring this kind of material is awfully helpful when you need to express your own wants. (Try finding your own “I want” song!) Every human being contains infinite possibility and potential—seeing more in ourselves and each other requires self-exploration, curiosity, a supportive community, and a willingness to see what's beyond the surface. Casey Erin Clark is a voice, public speaking, and communication coach, performer, author, entrepreneur, podcast host, and leader in both the entertainment and business worlds. She is a fierce advocate for gender justice and spends her days speaking, teaching, and writing about the power of women's voices, while seizing fulfilling opportunities to perform on screen and stage. In 2014, Casey and Julie Fogh co-founded Vital Voice Training, a voice and speech coaching company on a mission to change the conversation about what leaders are “supposed” to sound like and empower everyone to own the power of their full vocal instrument and presence. Casey hails from the cornfields of southern Illinois (where she grew up singing with her family Von Trapp-style) and has a BFA in musical theater from Illinois Wesleyan University. She also coaches musical theater pros of all ages, is a member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA, performed on the 2021 Tony Awards and at the 2013 Oscars with the Les Miserables movie cast, and sings with the Grammy-nominated and Tony-honored Broadway Inspirational Voices choir. Recommending books and breakfast restaurants is her love language. Will perform the Lafayette speed rap from Hamilton on demand.
Welcome back to a star-studded new episode of Fourth Wall! *disclaimer this was recorded before the recent announcements of COVID-related shutdowns so we don't talk about it* Today, Alaina and Corey catch up and recap 2021. It's been a YEAR YALL! Corey is in NYC and thriving, Alaina is MOVING to NYC with a new job at Playbill. Plus, you KNOW we had to talk about the Broadway news we missed. Tony Awards, Sondheim, Movie Musicals, ALL OF IT! We end the ep manifesting our dream Broadway shows and dream 4W guests! Do you have an experience to share about Discrimination in the Arts or any of the other topics we've discussed on 4W? We wanna read that shit! Send it to us so we can get your perspective and possibly share it on the show! → email@example.com. FIND FOURTH WALL AND THIS EPISODE'S HOST ONLINE: Fourth Wall on Instagram: @thisisfourthwall (instagram.com/thisisfourthwall) 4W Community Inbox: firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) Hosts: @alainanewell (instagram.com/alainanewell) @coreyindahouz (instagram.com/coreyindahouz) ~~~ Fourth Wall: the podcast is created with TLC by Alaina Newell (@alainanewell) instagram.com/alainanewell Director of Talent: Ashani Smith (@ashanihadiya) instagram.com/ashanihadiyah With original music by Ben Bailey (@benianbailey) instagram.com/benianbailey --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fourthwall/support
In today's show, Pancham interviews Matt Picheny - aspiring actor-turned-full time investor, operator of thousands of apartment units, and founder of Picheny. From bagging Tony Awards® as co-Producers of the Broadway shows Moulin Rouge! and American Utopia and investing in broadway productions, he is now back in this show as a full-time investor and the author of his upcoming book “Backstage Guide to Real Estate: Produce Passive Income, Write Your Own Story, and Direct Your Dollars Toward Positive Change''! In this episode, Matt is back as he shares his transition from being an actor, then working in the tech industry, and finally learning about syndications. He'll also provide insights on his book as he tackles his catalyst on why he started writing one, why it's easy to understand (even for beginners!), and real estate concepts that you can look out for! Listen and enjoy the show! Quote: “It really opened my eyes to real estate and the power of real estate. I was like “Wow! I need to do that again. I need to figure out how do I start doing this.” Timestamped Shownotes: 1:26 - Pancham welcomes back Matt to the show 4:43 - How selling his old apartment got him to see the power of investing 10:26 - How the Rich Dad Poor Dad audiobook and Hamilton soundtrack's “My Shot” pushed him to scale up to multi-family syndications 16:27 - On making complex real estate concepts easier through his book 24:21 - Biggest takeaway aspiring investors could get from his book 28:32 - Taking the Leap Round 28:32 - How setting goals helped him live a purposeful life 29:37 - Why The Creature from Jekyll Island provided an impact on his life 31:54 - How launching his own book helped him get out of his comfort zone 32:41 - How you can get a copy of his book “Backstage Guide To Real Estate” 3 Key Points: Investing through multifamily syndications is ideal since it is scalable - unlike in single-family homes wherein it might be quite hard to scale up your investing business. His book would help investors understand the concepts of investing and could relate to anyone as it starts with his journey and goes through a guide of sizing up syndications. You shouldn't trade your time for money as you could always generate money but you couldn't always produce time. Get in Touch: Get a copy of his book “Backstage Guide To Real Estate: Produce Passive Income, Write Your Own Story, and Direct Your Dollars Toward Positive Change.” at firstname.lastname@example.org Matt Picheny Website - https://picheny.com/ Listen to Matt's previous guesting in TGCI #22 at https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/tgci-22-investing-in-broadway-shows/ The Gold Collar Investor Club - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/club/ Books: Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! by Robert T. Kiyosaki - https://www.amazon.com/Rich-Dad-Poor-Teach-Middle/dp/1612680194 The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve by G. Edward Griffin - https://www.amazon.com/Creature-Jekyll-Island-Federal-Reserve/dp/091298645X
Today we are highlighting none other than the peerless paragon of motion pictures, Audrey Hepburn! She basically invented the trend of having a canine sidekick everywhere she went. Audrey is one of few entertainers who have won Academy, Emmy, Grammy and Tony Awards. And in addition to all this—art, fashion, humanitarianism—Audrey was also famous for her love of dogs! She's perhaps the most famous of all Jack Russell parents. CONNECT WITH US https://jackrussellparents.com FB/IG/TW: @jrtpodcast
Are you willing to go all-in when it comes to investing in your dream? Today's guest transitioned from full-time performer to entrepreneur, invested ALL of his savings, completely emptied his bank account and took a leap of faith to create a training ground for the next generation of Broadway artists. Robert Hartwell is the Founder and Artistic Director of The Broadway Collective -- an arts education program for performing arts students. After a wildly successful career as a performing artist on Broadway—performing in five Broadway shows including Hello! Dolly with Bette Midler, at the Tony Awards, and at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade—Robert left his dream job as a performer to become an arts education entrepreneur. By saying yes to the unknown, Robert earned massive success for himself and his business, while inspiring his students and giving them permission to go all-in to achieve their dreams. In this episode, Robert takes us through his journey from pain to purpose and dives into why he is committed to use The Broadway Collective to give others—especially from underrepresented groups—the opportunity to succeed. In the words of Robert, “The Broadway community has shown me your gift was never for you, but for you to use it to open doorways for others.” Key discussion points from this episode include: Purpose Comes Out Of Pain - 5:20 Listen More & Trust - 8:50 Search For The Lesson Or The Blessing - 10:40 Be Willing To Risk It All - 13:18 It's Lonely At The Top - 20:11 A Letter To Home - 33:04 Making Generational Moves - 38:18 Keep Climbing - 44:00 Connect With Robert Hartwell: Instagram: @sirroberttakespics Website: https://bwaycollective.com/ Letter to Home Video: https://bwaycollective.com/letters/ This episode is brought to you by Speak With Purpose! Are you ready to become more powerful, more magnetic and more memorable on every stage you step on? Your story is powerful, your voice matters and your message deserves to be shared. I'm hosting a FREE webinar called Speak With Purpose designed to help you own your story, find your voice and deliver your message with confidence and power. If you're ready to command every stage you step on? Then sign up TODAY and join me LIVE Thursday, December 9th at 3p PST / 6p EDT as we Speak With Purpose! For more information visit: https://patricewashington.com/swp Will You Keep Going Takeaways “Half the battle is just thinking it.” - Robert Hartwell “It's not about how it makes me feel, it's what it does for the audience.” - Robert Hartwell “You have to look and be grateful for the Ruth's in your life.” - Robert Hartwell “If you do trust that the universe has more for you, you won't miss the mighty move.” - Robert Hartwell “Step Out and bet on yourself.” - Robert Hartwell “The wealth is in showing and sharing that we can do all things.” - Robert Hartwell “I don't have a business degree, I just have faith that it's all going to work out.” - Robert Hartwell “You want the reward, but you don't want the risk of the sacrifice.” - Robert Hartwell “Only committed people say, ‘I'm going to the top'”. - Robert Hartwell “The word cash is not keeping me from my home.” - Robert Hartwell Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions And with that, let's dig into Robert's responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions. Define Success: “Do I wake up in the morning and say thank you?” Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less: "Giving To Family." One Book that Has Helped You Redefine Wealth For Yourself: Jump: Take the Leap of Faith to Achieve Your Life of Abundance by Steve Harvey Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”: N/A LINKS: Become an Official Purpose Chaser: https://www.facebook.com/groups/redefiningwealthcommunity/?ref=bookmarks Join Purpose To Platform: https://patricewashington.com/purpose2platform/ To advertise on the podcast: http://www.patricewashington.com/podcastads To check out ALL of our past guests + episodes: http://www.patricewashington.com/Listen If you have questions about booking Patrice or sponsoring the podcast, email us at email@example.com. Find me in Social Media: Our podcast hashtag is #RedefiningWealth Instagram: @SeekWisdomPCW https://www.instagram.com/seekwisdompcw/ Twitter: @SeekWisdomPCW https://twitter.com/SeekWisdomPCW Facebook: @SeekWisdomPCW https://www.facebook.com/SeekWisdomPCW/ YouTube: @SeekWisdomPCW https://www.youtube.com/user/SeekWisdomPCW
WEST SIDE STORY Book by Arthur Laurents | Music by Leonard Bernstein | Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim | Based on a Conception of Jerome Robbins | Based on William Shakespeare's Romeo and JulietEpisode Segments:3:55 – Speed Test6:06 – Why God Why15:10 – Back to Before23:18 – Putting It Together33:46 – What's Inside54:28 – How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?1:12:29 – Our Favorite Things1:24:50 – Corner of the Sky1:30:10 – What Comes Next?Works Consulted & Reference :West Side Story (Original Libretto) by Arthur Laurents & Stephen SondheimFinishing the Hat by Stephen SondheimWest Side Story: Cultural Perspectives of an American Musical by Elizabeth A. WellsSomething's Coming, Something Good: West Side Story and the American Imagination by Misha BersonThe Making of West Side Story by Keith GarebianSondheim & Co by Craig ZadanSondheim by Martin Gottfried Mainly on Directing by Arthur LaurentsSense of Occasion by Hal PrinceBroadway: The American Musical (PBS Documentary)Music Credits:"Overture" from Dear World (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music by Jerry Herman | Performed by Dear World Orchestra & Donald Pippin"The Speed Test" from Thoroughly Modern Millie (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music by Jeanine Tesori, Lyrics by Dick Scanlan | Performed by Marc Kudisch, Sutton Foster, Anne L. Nathan & Ensemble"Why God Why" from Miss Saigon: The Definitive Live Recording (Original Cast Recording / Deluxe) | Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg, Lyrics by Alain Boublil & Richard Maltby Jr. | Performed by Alistair Brammer"Back to Before" from Ragtime: The Musical (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music by Stephen Flaherty, Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens | Performed by Marin Mazzie"Chromolume #7 / Putting It Together" from Sunday in the Park with George (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim | Performed by Mandy Patinkin, Bernadette Peters, Judith Moore, Cris Groenendaal, Charles Kimbrough, William Parry, Nancy Opel, Robert Westenberg, Dana Ivey, Kurt Knudson, Barbara Bryne"What's Inside" from Waitress (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Sara Bareilles | Performed by Jessie Mueller & Ensemble"Something's Coming” from West Side Story (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music by Leonard Bernstein, Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim | Performed by Larry Kert"Maria" from The Sound of Music (Original Soundtrack Recording) | Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II | Performed by Evadne Baker, Anna Lee, Portia Nelson, Marni Nixon"My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music (Original Soundtrack Recording) | Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II | Performed by Julie Andrews"Corner of the Sky" from Pippin (New Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz | Performed by Matthew James Thomas“What Comes Next?” from Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda | Performed by Jonathan Groff
KRISTEN ANDERSON-LOPEZ and ROBERT LOPEZ are the Oscar, Emmy and Grammy award winning, married songwriting team behind the Disney animated films, Frozen and Frozen 2. Together they also wrote the Oscar winning song “Remember Me” from Pixar's Coco, songs for Marvel's WandaVision, and the Obama-produced We the People. Their adaptation of Frozen for the Broadway stage earned them a Tony nomination. Robert co-conceived and co-wrote the hit musicals Avenue Q and The Book of Mormon, both earning him Tony Awards. Kristen's show In Transit made history as the first all a cappella musical to run on Broadway, after earning recognition at the Drama Desk, Drama League and Lucille Lortel Awards for its Off-Broadway run. Lopez and Anderson-Lopez have written for television, film and stage, including Finding Nemo: The Musical; songs for “The Wonder Pets” (two Emmy Award wins) and the Winnie the Pooh animated film. Lopez and Anderson-Lopez both serve on the Dramatist Guild Council. Graduates of Yale University and Williams College, respectively, they now reside in Brooklyn with their two daughters.
PATREON MOVIE DISCUSSION:This movie was selected by our Patreon Supporters over at the Cinematic Doctrine Patreon. Support as little as $3 a month and have your voice heard!In part 2 of their Dear Evan Hansen discussion, Melvin & Dan figure out where Dear Evan Hansen went wrong, Daniel loses his mind, and they share conflicting perspectives on the film overall. Topics:Discussing the incomplete, inconsequential ending to Dear Evan Hansen.Daniel, "This is the most selfish, self-centered take on Mental Health I have ever seen!"Melvin, "...part of contrition is the humbleness to let one's consequences unfold."Daniel, "Evan Hansen is not the character who should come of age and get redemption. The victim of mental health issues is Connor. That is the character that, if you watch this movie and struggle with mental health issues, that's the character you should be identifying with. Not Evan Hansen."Feeling bad (or, emotions that one otherwise deems unwanted) is not immoral. Additionally, feeling bad is not indicative of genuine contrition.Daniel, "[Dear Evan Hansen is] borderline evil."When someone undergoes the consequences of their sin, those consequences are nobody else's fault except for the one who incurs them. There may be influences, and there may be systems at play, but the onus of sinful consequences bear upon the sinner.Melvin isn't quite as offended by Dear Evan Hansen as Daniel, but he still thinks the movie is kind of lame even if he liked some stuff about it.Melvin also gets some schadenfreude from the idea that Dear Evan Hansen was marketed as a life-changing, encouraging movie only to have it fall flat on his face. He then compares it to Unplanned, the pro-life movie from 2019 that he felt seriously missed the mark.As of recording, Melvin had seen 39 movies from 2021. Dear Evan Hansen will likely land as #34 out of his ranked list.5 words from each host: Describe Dear Evan Hansen.Dear Evan Hansen accurately represents how a majority of people see mental health: through a poor, uneducated, and overly confident lens from which they have little knowledge or authority.Recommendations: Harold Lindsell - "Lindsell Study Bible: The Living Bible, Paraphrased - Reference Edition"The Ezra Klein Show - "The Case Against Loving Your Job"Jenny Nicholson - "A Needlessly Thorough Roast of Dear Evan Hansen"Support on Patreon for Unique Perks! Early access to uncut episodes Vote on a movie/show we review Social Links: TikTok Twitter Website Facebook Group Miles Morales themed Twitter Giveaway! Win a Miles Morales Hoodie and a 4K-Blu-Ray-Digital copy of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse! Follow @CineDoctrine, then Like and Retweet our post about the giveaway for a chance to win!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CinematicDoctrine)
PATREON MOVIE DISCUSSION: This movie was selected by our Patreon Supporters over at the Cinematic Doctrine Patreon. Support as little as $3 a month and have your voice heard!Dear Evan Hansen is our most expensive episode. Coming in at a whopping $35 for rentals, as well as 2.5 hours' worth of content, we truly have spent far too much on this episode. But it's all worth it for our Patreon Supporters! We love you all, and that's why we spend this first of three episodes discussing some of the history behind Dear Evan Hansen, how the casting for Evan Hansen immediately kills the movie dead, and the beginnings of what makes this movie so frustrating. Topics: Every year there is a movie that garners the scorn of film-goers. Currently, Dear Evan Hansen has it.Detailing the history behind Dear Evan Hansen, it's musical, it's awards, and now, it's movie.Ben Platt, the 28-year-old actor playing Evan Hansen, who is 17 during the events of the film, looks to be in his mid-30's based upon the hair, make-up, wardrobe, and camera lenses used throughout the movie. It never stops being a distraction.Daniel found Dear Evan Hansen, "very morally troubling and borderline disturbing at times for various reasons."Melvin likes movies where someone morally reprehensible builds a house of cards, and even audibly exclaimed to his wife while watching the movie, "See, this is awesome! I love this stuff!". So, in that respect, there are some things about Dear Evan Hansen he enjoyed.There are a lot of similarities between Dear Evan Hansen and a little-known Netflix movie called Sierra Burgess is a Loser, another villainous "house of cards" movie Melvin enjoyed.The movie really expects its audience to fill in the gaps for so many hard issues, all on top of the fact that Ben Platt looks way too old to perform as an older teen.Although the movie has a juvenile perspective to mental health and social issues, some things work like the song 'Requiem', where each family member sings their response to Connor's suicide, and how not everyone responds to the death of a family member in the same way.The song 'Sincerely Me' captures a bit of the dark-comedy aspect both Melvin and Daniel wanted throughout the movie.Daniel, on the topic of the many hard-hitting themes in the movie, "It's not examined at all. Nothing in this movie is examined. That's one of the problems."Recommendations: Harold Lindsell's "Lindsell Study Bible: The Living Bible, Paraphrased - Reference Edition"The Ezra Klein Show - "The Case Against Loving Your Job"Jenny Nicholson's "A Needlessly Thorough Roast of Dear Evan Hansen"Support on Patreon for Unique Perks! Early access to uncut episodes Vote on a movie/show we review Social Links: TikTok Twitter Website Facebook Group Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CinematicDoctrine)
Heather Hitchens is the CEO and President of the American Theatre Wing which hosts the Annual Tony Awards, Obie Awards, and has so many great educational and empowering programs to get people involved with the arts. Before becoming the CEO of The Wing, she worked in Arts Management through New York for decades with jobs through the New York State Council on the Arts, Meet the Composer, and several other amazing organizations! In this episode, we discuss her pathway to the American Theatre Wing, what drives her to keep up these amazing campaigns, The Tony Awards, her daily duties as a CEO/President, and (as always) her views on education or experience. There is so much more on top of all of this, that I am so excited for you to hear! Connect with the American Theatre Wing! Instagram - @TheWing Facebook - American Theatre Wing Twitter - @TheWing Website - americantheatrewing.org This season I want to highlight the people that can and should be the mentors for people of all ages wanting to get into the industry! Join me in connecting to Broadway and figuring our way into the industry! Instagram - @_RealTalk_Pod Twitter - @_RealTalk_Pod TikTok - @RealTalkPodcast Website - realtalkmasonbray.com Facebook - Real Talk with Mason Bray Thank you so much for your support! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stephen Sondheim, the most influential composer in modern Broadway history, died on Friday at the age of 91. He wrote music and lyrics for Sweeney Todd, Into The Woods, Sunday In The Park With George, Company, and more. Sondheim won eight Tony Awards, eight Grammy Awards, a Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. And along the way, he made work so beloved that it's been produced again and again around the world, and influenced other Broadway composers like Lin Manuel-Miranda and Jonathan Larson.
For this special archive edition of City Arts and Lectures, we present a 2008 interview with the lyricist and composer Stephen Sondheim. Since his Broadway debut at age 27 as the lyricist for “West Side Story”, Stephen Sondheim has stretched the conventions of musical theater with sophisticated storylines and complex musicality. Though his work has always been controversial, and met with mixed reviews from critics and audiences, Sondheim's impact on music theater is undeniable. His landmark shows include “Company”, “Into the Woods”, “A Little Night Music”, “Sunday in the Park with George”, “Assassins”, and “Sweeney Todd”. Sondheim has won eight Grammy Awards, an Academy Award, a Pulitzer Prize, eight Tony Awards, and received the Kennedy Center Lifetime Achievement Honors and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Stephen Sondheim died on Friday, November 26, 2021, the day after enjoying a Thanksgiving dinner with friends. He was 91 years old. At the time of his death, he was working on a new musical called “Square One”. In this program, recorded on March 9, 2008, Sondheim was interviewed on the stage of the Herbst Theater in San Francisco by Frank Rich of the New York Times. Join me now for a 2008 conversation with the late Stephen Sondheim.
With over 230 episodes in the STAGES archive, it's time to revisit conversations featured in previous seasons. STAGES spotlights such episodes, in case you missed them first time ‘round - or so you can simply savour a second listen. Either way, you'll be accessing precious oral histories from the people who were there, on and around our stages.John Frost was featured in a 2-part conversation for STAGES in season three of the podcast. The episodes have garnered much attention and awe for John's candid insight into a life in the theatre. They are required listening for anyone fascinated by this business we call show.Known affectionately as Frosty the Showman; impresario Frost has been at the pinnacle of Musical Theatre in Australia for several decades. The Gordon Frost Organisation has contributed much of the commercial product that has traversed stages around the country. His productions have garnered a swag of local awards as well as two Tony Awards on the Broadway stage.He left school at 15 and began his career as a dresser on the JC Williamson's production of Mame. Frost had found what he wanted to do and the young apprentice garnered enormous knowledge working his way through a succession of roles - Wardrobe Master, Office Assistant to Ken Brodziak, Stage Manager, Company Manager and Agent - each experience informing his prized accomplishment as Producer.In 1983 John Frost co-founded the Gordon Frost Organisation with Ashley Gordon. Following a triumphant run of shows, the company recently transitioned to become Crossroads Live. In 2022, Crossroads Live will be presenting Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella and Dolly Parton's 9 to 5. It's a riveting story and John speaks frankly and with great wit, about his journey and what is involved in being Frosty the Showman.The Stages podcast is available from Apple podcasts, Spotify, Whooshkaa and where you find your favourite podcasts. www.stagespodcast.com.au
Toledo Surprise! The ladies who brunch are joined by a very special guest: Stranger Sings Caroline Huerta! Listen along as these three chat about The Drowsy Chaperone. Kat flexes her Pirates of the Caribbean knowledge, they all sing the praises of Beth Leavel, and Caroline and SLee bond over playing The Chaperone. We also argue about casting choices, come together about the magic of musicals, and Kat and SLee find out some surprising John Hamm information.Performance Links:https://youtu.be/f0DPwQoT4i0 - ‘The Bride's Lament' performed by Sutton Fosterhttps://youtu.be/Z0IG78ilVPs - ‘I Am Adolpho' performed by Danny Burstein & Beth Leavelhttps://youtu.be/Os2mw1K8SSQ - ‘As We Stumble Along' performed by Beth Leavelhttps://youtu.be/QBcHEFocBnM - Man in Chair's opening monologue performed by Bob Martinhttps://youtu.be/FepfSfDHa48 - ‘Show Off' performed at the Tony Awards by Sutton Fosterhttps://youtu.be/qackw_MWMd8 - ‘I Do, I Do in the Sky' performed by the original Broadway castCheck out Caroline on Instagram at @carolinehuertaStranger Sings! Parody Musical is available wherever you listen to your music!Follow us on Social Media!! @thispodwontrunaweek on instagram @thispodwontrun on twitter Hosts: Kat Shaw, @katlynwithak on all platforms Savannah-Lee Mumford @dntcallmesavannah on instagram and @dntclmesavannah on twitter Theme Song written and performed by:Rachel Lind @rachellindnyc on instagram and @rachelglind on twitter
He's the man behind the box-office phenomenon that is Hamilton, the music from Moana and has won three Grammys, two Emmy's, three Tony Awards and the Pulitzer Prize. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/11/22134924/LinManuelMiranda_221121.mp3"][/audio] But something we didn't know about Lin Manuel Miranda is that he's got an Irish bestie. Speaking to Dermot and Dave, the megastar revealed that himself and Irish comedian Jason Byrne have been mates since their stand-up days! Lin Manuel Miranda joined Dermot and Dave to chat all about his latest movie 'Encanto' and we think he might be coming over to ours for Christmas! You can catch the chat by clicking play above.
Chris Schembra is the founder of the 7:47 Gratitude Experience™ — an evidence-based framework used to strengthen client and team relationships in profound ways. He's used the principles of gratitude to spark over 500,000 relationships around the dinner table, serving Fortune 50 CEO's, Olympians, Academy Award winners, Grammy Award winning #1 recording artists, Super Bowl champions, and more. As a Viral Marketer, his gratitude campaign giving tribute and thanks to veterans earned over 36 million views, 1.2 million shares, and two Emmy Awards.Aside from 7:47, Chris is a Producer at OHenry Productions which both invest in, and produce, commercial theater. The projects Chris has been involved in have been awarded 14 Tony Awards, seven Emmy's, and a Grammy.Learn more at: 747club.orgRebelpreneur Radio with Ralph Brogdenhttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/rebelpreneur-radio-with-ralph-brogden/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/chris-schembra-how-to-strengthen-your-client-and-team-relationships-with-gratitude
#942: Which is good news, as that's a lot of pressure. As you'll hear in this show, we are all co-creators standing on the shoulders of everyone who we have gleaned from, whether it's a parent, mentor, coach, or author. The big opportunity is we don't have to invent something new. And in truth, nobody does. Everything we know, we got from someone. We get to build on it, or just give a different perspective or insight on it, or somethings simply introduce it to others, and get paid for it. Think of the big awards shows such as the Emmys, Grammys, Oscars, and Tony Awards . What do the winners do? What is the point of them taking the stage? To recognize everyone who helped them get the win. I start us off with a 2.5 minute message from Zig Ziglar telling the story of two of the winningest college football teams who don't focus on individual accomplishment, but team accomplishment. Then Tom Ziglar and I discuss how we are all part of a team, even if you are a solopreneur, your team is all those who again, you have and are gleaning from, every day. It's not all on you, and that's good news. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Is Jay Johnson doing Satan's bidding? Or does he just suffer from mental illness? Neither of course, but it's a good thing that Jay is working in the 21st Century where master ventriloquists win Tony Awards, unlike more superstitious times when the stagecraft of “throwing a voice” was associated with demonism, fraudsters and God forbid, sewage! Jay became nationally known as the ventriloquist in the landmark TV comedy series, “Soap” and has since acted in many films and TV shows. He won a Tony Award for his hilarious one-man, hit Broadway show, “The Two and Only.” Jay explains the fascinating art of ventriloquism and how it has rattled and amazed audiences for centuries. Hit “play” now and hear amazing stories that you won't see coming…
For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/TdXaB8vhEqs For two decades, Tommy Tune was the maestro presiding over a string of glittering Broadway musicals that took the tradition of complete musical staging by a director-choreographer into a new era defined by spectacle and technology. He was last in a grand lineage led by Jerome Robbins, Gower Champion, Bob Fosse, and Michael Bennett, but also provided a link to a new generation of choreographers-turned-directors like Susan Stroman, Jerry Mitchell, and Casey Nicholaw. Unlike his fellow director-choreographers, Tune also maintained a successful performing career. His nine Tony Awards (plus a tenth, for Lifetime Achievement) were earned across four categories, not only for choreography and direction, but also as both featured and lead actor in a musical, for Seesaw and My One and Only--a distinction no one else can claim. Everything is Choreography: The Musical Theater of Tommy Tune is the first full scale book about the career of this prodigious artist. It celebrates and examines with a critical eye his major projects, and summons for readers a glorious period of dance, performance, and theatrical imagination. Now available for Pre-Order: https://www.amazon.com/Everything-Choreography-Musical-BROADWAY-LEGACIES/dp/0190090731/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3KWXUZQAC37QX&dchild=1&keywords=kevin+winkler+tommy+tune&qid=1627771116&sprefix=kevin+winkler+tommy%2Cstripbooks%2C148&sr=8-1
Lea Michele breaks down her time on Broadway and what she has learned over the past year on this weeks LITTLE ME: Growing Up Broadway! Broadway/TV/film star and recording artist, Lea Michele sits down with Little Me host and Broadway Workshop director, Marc Tumminelli in a very special episode of LITTLE ME: Growing up Broadway. Lea shares the backstage stories of her early career and reflects on what it means for her to come back to Broadway for the one night Actor's Fund concert of Spring Awakening. She reflects on her Broadway memories of making her Broadway debut at 8 years old in Les Miserables, her memories of working with Marin Mazzie, her undying friendship with Johnathan Groff, Audra McDonald teaching her how to sing, Peter Friedman taking her to the TONY Awards, her high school musicals, performing in the Fiddler on the Roof revival, her Glee experience, her almost playing Eva in Evita on Broadway, Ryan Murphy constantly challenger her, her new album - FOREVER, being a new mom and her thoughts the upcoming revival of Funny Girl. Produced by Marc Tumminelli and The Broadway Podcast Network. https://leamichele.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Like electricity..." Boys doing Ballet?! What's next, a British musical coming to Broadway and winning 10 Tony Awards? Yes ma''am because this week it's BILLY ELLIOT! Original cast member and one part of the Broadway Husbands Stephen Hanna (BILLY ELLIOT, HELLO DOLLY, ON THE TOWN) visits the Breakdown to discuss with Matt all things dancing, dead mums, and Thatcherism. The two also discuss the weird costume change at Stephen's audition for the show, aging into Daddy-dom, and learn that their pasts share one big thing in common. SOLIDARITY FOREVER!
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhwestover/) talks with Alisa Cohn about the biggest challenge that start-up founders face as they shift into CEO roles. See the video here: https://youtu.be/Fht4MWTWvb0. Named the Top Startup Coach in the World at the Thinkers50/Marshall Goldsmith Global Coaches Awards in London, Alisa Cohn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/alisacohn/) has been coaching startup founders to grow into world-class CEOs for nearly 20 years. She is the author of From Start-Up to Grown-Up, published by Kogan Page. A onetime startup CFO, strategy consultant, and current angel investor and advisor, she was named the number one “Global Guru” of startups in 2021, and has worked with startup companies such as Venmo, Etsy, DraftKings, The Wirecutter, Mack Weldon, and Tory Burch. She has also coached CEOs and C-Suite executives at enterprise clients such as Dell, Hitachi, Sony, IBM, Google, Microsoft, Bloomberg, The New York Times, and Calvin Klein. Marshall Goldsmith selected Alisa as one of his Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches – a gathering of the top coaches in the world – and Inc named Alisa one of the top 100 leadership speakers, and also been named one of the top voices of thought leadership by PeopleHum for 2021. Alisa is a guest lecturer at Harvard and Cornell Universities, Henley Business School and the Naval War College. She is the executive coach for Runway–the incubator at Cornell NYC Tech that helps post-docs commercialize their technology and build companies. She serves on the board of the Cornell Advisory Council. She has coached public and political figures including the former Supreme Court Chief Justice of Sri Lanka and the first female minister in the transitional government of Afghanistan. Her articles have appeared in HBR, Forbes, and Inc and she has been featured as an expert on Bloomberg TV, the BBC World News and in the New York Times. A recovering CPA, she is also a Broadway investor in productions which have won two Tony Awards and is prone to burst into song at the slightest provocation. Check out Dr. Westover's new book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/bluerthanindigo. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/leadershipalchemy. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/hci-magazine. Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/performance_management_podcasts/ Ranked #6 Workplace Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/workplace_podcasts/ Ranked #7 HR Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/ Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/talent_management_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hcipodcast/support
John DeNicola is an American songwriter and producer. He is best known for co-writing the song "(I've Had) The Time of My Life", for which he won both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award, as well as receiving a Grammy nomination, in 1988. In 1989 he was the co-winner of ASCAP Awards' "Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures" for "Time of My Life" as well as for "Hungry Eyes", another song from the film. Listen in as John tells Joseph about his latest release and the early days of analog recording.
Andrew Garfield sits down to discuss his latest film tick, tick…BOOM!, in which he plays Jonathan Larson, the American playwright and composer who gave the world the musical phenomenon Rent. The film marks the feature directorial debut of Lin-Manuel Miranda, and it's also the first time audiences will see Garfield singing and dancing as he steps into the world of musical theater.The Academy Award nominee and Tony winner shares his intense preparation for the role, the urgency that lies at the heart of the story, and the importance of activist artists. He also reflects on the unique pressures faced by young actors today, the lessons he's learned from directors like Mike Nichols and Martin Scorsese, and the gift in embracing challenges that at first feel impossible.
What is it about this year's theater offerings that makes Schindler's List look like a comedy by comparison? We're going to find out this week on episode 3 of Patten Disregard: “Make Broadway Laugh Again” Featuring the electrifying Tony nominee, Daniel J. Watts of “Daniel J. Watts' The Jam,” currently starring as Ike Turner in Broadway's “Tina.” We also hear new wisdom and hilarity from Booked It Media's resident therapist, Lisa Gajda. Hosted by Broadway music director Nate Patten.
NEXT TO NORMAL Music by Tom Kitt | Book & Lyrics by Brian Yorkey Episode Segments:2:50 – Speed Test5:09 – Why God Why8:33 – Back to Before11:20 – Putting It Together16:10 – What's Inside34:15 – How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?1:08:33 – Our Favorite Things1:17:02 – Corner of the Sky1:20:43 – What Comes Next?Works Consulted & Reference :Next to Normal (Original Libretto) by Brian Yorkey"The Ballad of Kitt & Yorkey" from Colubmia Magazine by Josh GetlinMusic Credits:"Overture" from Dear World (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music by Jerry Herman | Performed by Dear World Orchestra & Donald Pippin"The Speed Test" from Thoroughly Modern Millie (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music by Jeanine Tesori, Lyrics by Dick Scanlan | Performed by Marc Kudisch, Sutton Foster, Anne L. Nathan & Ensemble"Why God Why" from Miss Saigon: The Definitive Live Recording (Original Cast Recording / Deluxe) | Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg, Lyrics by Alain Boublil & Richard Maltby Jr. | Performed by Alistair Brammer"Back to Before" from Ragtime: The Musical (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music by Stephen Flaherty, Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens | Performed by Marin Mazzie"Chromolume #7 / Putting It Together" from Sunday in the Park with George (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim | Performed by Mandy Patinkin, Bernadette Peters, Judith Moore, Cris Groenendaal, Charles Kimbrough, William Parry, Nancy Opel, Robert Westenberg, Dana Ivey, Kurt Knudson, Barbara Bryne"What's Inside" from Waitress (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Sara Bareilles | Performed by Jessie Mueller & Ensemble"Superboy and the Invisible Girl” from Next to Normal (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music by Tom Kitt, Lyrics by Brian Yorkey| Performed by Jennifer Damiano, Alice Ripley, & Aaron Tveit "Maria" from The Sound of Music (Original Soundtrack Recording) | Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II | Performed by Evadne Baker, Anna Lee, Portia Nelson, Marni Nixon"My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music (Original Soundtrack Recording) | Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II | Performed by Julie Andrews"Corner of the Sky" from Pippin (New Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz | Performed by Matthew James Thomas“What Comes Next?” from Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda | Performed by Jonathan Groff
How does one become a tech privacy attorney and a musician? How do you go to Mumbai to find your way? This is the story of Alan Chapell. Growing up on the multi-ethnic streets of Stamford, Connecticut, Alan Chapell was exposed to a multitude of music – playing piano and trumpet before the age of six and at age 15 recording with the legendary producer Jimmy ienner (Dirty Dancing, KiSS, etc) Along with his musical success, Alan has carved out a niche as an attorney . . . advising tech companies on privacy issues. When the producers of HBO's Silicon Valley consider creating a character to lampoon your role in the tech space, you know you've made it.
Richard Humann is a Brooklyn-based neo-conceptual artist whose work has been included in the Venice Biennale, represented the United States in the 2017 Karachi Biennale in Pakistan, and has had multiple national and international solo gallery and museum exhibitions. Richard was born and raised in the Lower Hudson Valley region of New York State. He divides his time between Brooklyn and Woodstock, NY. This podcast is not about art, it's about being an artist. Listen to Joseph and Richard talk it up.
Hadestown, the 2019 TONY Award-winning BEST MUSICAL is this episode's topic of discussion. Jeff and Richie take a trip to the Walter Kerr Theatre to experience this epic new Broadway Musical. In this episode, they discuss their favorite parts of the show, what they think could have worked better, and how they think a show like HADESTOWN sets the groundwork for how a new musical on Broadway may look in the future.*This podcast will include spoilers*Thanks for listening! Please leave us a review if you love our Theatre & Pop conversations. Follow us on Instagram: @halfhourpodcastVisit our website: www.twoworldsentertainmentllc.com
Welcome to episode #798 of Six Pixels of Separation. Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation - Episode #798 - Host: Mitch Joel. Named the Top Startup Coach in the World at the Thinkers50/Marshall Goldsmith Global Coaches Awards in London, Alisa Cohn has been coaching startup founders to grow into world-class CEOs for nearly twenty years. She is the author of just-published book, From Start-Up to Grown-Up. This onetime startup CFO, strategy consultant, and current angel investor and advisor has worked with Venmo, Etsy, DraftKings, The Wirecutter, Tory Burch, and more. She is the executive coach for Runway Startups – the incubator at Cornell NYC Tech that helps post-docs commercialize their technology and build companies. She serves on the board of the Cornell Advisory Council. She has coached public and political figures. A recovering CPA, she is also a Broadway investor in productions which have won two Tony Awards and is prone to burst into song at the slightest provocation. That doesn't happen on this show (sadly). Enjoy the conversation... Running time: 1:00:14. Hello from beautiful Montreal. Subscribe over at Apple Podcasts. Please visit and leave comments on the blog - Six Pixels of Separation. Feel free to connect to me directly on Facebook here: Mitch Joel on Facebook. or you can connect on LinkedIn. ...or on Twitter. Here is my conversation with Alisa Cohn. From Start-Up to Grown-Up. From Start-Up To Grown-Up Podcast. Follow Alisa on LinkedIn. Follow Alisa on Twitter. This week's music: David Usher 'St. Lawrence River'.
Author Caseen Gaines joins Tara and EmKay for part two of Evillene's Sweatshop! The trio unpacks Mabel King's life on and off the stage, discusses the problematic portrayal of the flying monkeys, reveals the current reality of sweatshops and poor working conditions in America and shares some behind the scenes details of shooting at Shea Stadium.Show Notes:Caseen GainesBell, Book and Camera: A Critical History of Witches in American Film and Television by Heather GreeneApple 'failing to protect Chinese factory workers'Avoiding Fast Fashion: How to Get a More Sustainable WardrobeAmazon Workers Detail Disturbing Work Conditions in Complaint Filed to the National Labor Relations BoardInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshrayOriginal music by Shane ChapmanEdited by Emily Kay Shrader
To celebrate the 100th Episode, Michelle talks with her good friend Tony Award winning actress Marissa J. Winokur. During the pandemic Marissa realized she checked all the boxes as a high risk person. She was overweight, a cancer survivor, and has asthma. The one thing she could control was getting healthy and losing the weight. She didn't use any fancy diets or pills she did it the old fashion way with hard work and watching what she ate. Now she's fifty pounds lighter and has gain a much healthier and stronger lifestyle.
A look at the major premieres of the New York Film Festival, including The Tragedy of Macbeth, plus No Time to Die, some awards season rule changes, and the four-hour extravaganza that was the Tony Awards. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext: https://joinsubtext.com/littlegoldmen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ira, Louis, and guest host Denne Michele discuss the Tony Awards' comeback, Elvira's coming out and our favorite (and least favorite) coming out stories, Dear Evan Hansen, Kelly Price's alleged disappearance, and more. Plus, Annaleigh Ashford joins to discuss Impeachment: American Crime Story and reuniting with the theatre community at the Tonys. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Tony Awards came back last night, after being gone for over two years. It was an unusual ceremony — a mix of performances and award presentations that aired on two different platforms. It was all a coordinated, tuneful effort to lure audiences back to Broadway. And, it was a big night for Moulin Rouge! and The Inheritance.
After now testing negative multiple times, the co-hosts look back on the events that played out on live television Friday when Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro received false positive COVID-19 results ahead of an interview with Vice Pres. Kamala Harris. Then, actor Leslie Odom Jr. discusses auditioning for his role in “The Many Saints of Newark” and what it was like hosting the Tony Awards concert. In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on Rep. Liz Cheney saying she was wrong to oppose gay marriage, and more.
Today's podcast asks the question: What do America's most famous leftist member of Congress and Anthony Trollope's fictional 19th-century political character Phineas Finn have in common? Also: What's more popular among Democrats, spending a mere trillion dollars or spending many trillions of dollars? And: Why didn't the Tony Awards bestow their largesse on a Black Lives Matter play? Give a listen.
The stage musical Dear Evan Hansen debuted on Broadway five years ago. It won six Tony Awards, including one for its star, Ben Platt. It's now a movie, and Platt, who's now 27, is back to play Evan, a deeply troubled high school student who tangles himself in a lie. There's still singing, there's still dancing, and there are still a lot of questions to struggle with in this story. Plus, we remember the work of filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles.