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We’re meeting people all over the theatre scene in this episode. A Letter to Harvey Milk recently concluded it’s Off-Broadway run, and I am sure it will become a regional staple. Adam Heller & Julie Knightel, the utterly astounding leads of the
A Letter to Harvey Milk recently concluded it’s Off-Broadway run, and I am sure it will become a regional staple. Adam Heller & Julie Knightel, the utterly astounding leads of the show are here to talk about the show and their careers.
Raquel Suarez Groen recently made her Broadway debut as Carlotta in Phantom of the Opera. She discusses her debut and some of the differences between Broadway and Opera, her traditional stomping ground.
We talk to the founder of the incredibly popular and influential website, Broadway World. It may be unfathomable. But there was a time where people didn’t take web sites all that seriously. Robert Diamond discusses the sites ignominious beginni
The past and the present constantly collide in the theatre. Old stories become new, and new trends influence how we see shows of the past.   First up, Tina Marie Casamento shares with us her highs and lows of bringing the story of a young Judy
Tina Marie Casamento shares with us her highs and lows of bringing the story of a young Judy Garland to Broadway; with her development as writer and producer of Chasing Rainbows.
Michael Lee Brown has been alternate for Dear Evan Hansen since the beginning. A show that will be influencing how future shows tell their stories, Michael discusses what so attracted him to the material.
The new adaptation of the old Frankenstein continues to run strong at St. Lukes. Actors Adam Kee and Gabriella Marzetta discuss working on this show in a very new “rep-in-theatre” tradition that is helping shows find their feet.
One of the oldest institutions of our songwriting heritage... Tin Pan Alley May face being erased in the name of progress in lower Manhattan. George Calderaro stops by to discuss its historic and entertainment importance, and how you can help a
In this episode we speak with three people with a lot of great advice to offer theatre artists. First, Angelina Fiordelissi talks about her work as founder and artistic director of the Cherry Lane Theatre, and especially about their mentor proj
Angelina Fiordelissi talks about her work as founder and artistic director of the Cherry Lane Theatre, and especially about their mentor project to encourage new artists.
Raissa Katona Bennet talks about her career as a theatre actress and cabaret artist, with tons of great advice for those starting out. We might even listen to a couple songs from one of her many albums. 
Philip Galinsky and Jeff Cherzczon talk about their project, The National Monologue Slam. They are dedicated to bringing training and opportunities to underserved areas of the United States, and have no shortage of advice for actors.
We're back with a brand new season, and to kick it off, we're going to be exploring the one-man show. What goes into them, why to do them.   First, Baba Brinkman has been making his name doing one man rap shows about scientific concepts he desc
Baba Brinkman has been making his name doing one man rap shows about scientific concepts he describes as "part rap concert, part TED talk and part stand-up." He discusses his process of researching and writing these shows while talking about hi
Moises Belizario and Steven Prescod talk about putting together the one man show, A Brooklyn Boy, featuring Prescod playing over 25 roles. Both have served time in prison, and have used theatre as a way to escape their pasts, but use this show
Robert Galinsky spends most of his time working with prison inmates and pre-release candidates. His dedication to using the arts to help others led to his creation of "The Bench" a show following the lives of several people before and after the
Frozen recently opened on Broadway, and we got a chance to talk with Jeremy Chernick, the effects designer for this tech heavy production. He talks about his job and work on this show, Alladin and others, as well as offering techniques to achie
Broadway Lyricist Glenn Slater has been writing with arguably two of the most influential composers of the past 40 years, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Alan Menken. He has two shows currently running on Broadway, wrote lyrics for Galavant on televisi
Book writer Rick Elice, came into the theatre by an unusual route, and became a book writer later than some others, but he has made a huge impact since his debut with Jersey Boys. Taking in a Tony nomination for that show and a second for Peter
Frozen recently opened on Broadway, and we got a chance to talk with Jeremy Chernick, the effects designer for this tech heavy production. He talks about his job and work on this show, Alladin and others, as well as offering techniques to achie
Keelay Gipson is a multi-disciplinary artist including work as an activist, teaching artist, and award-winning playwright. He is the recipient of the Van Lier Fellowship (2016-2018) at New Dramatists and recently finished work as a Public Artis
In this episode, we talk with four people in the Dramatists Guild Foundation Fellowship program. DGF Fellows is a year-long development intensive led by esteemed writers. Participants spend a year honing their craft while developing full-length
Janine McGuire and Arri Lawton Simon are musical theatre fellows as well as members of the BMI Advanced Musical Theatre Workshop. They have collectively written and produced concerts, stage musicals, plays, film scores, orchestral pieces, chora
Riti Sachdeva is an alum of the The Public’s Emerging Writers Group and the Women’s Project. A theater maker and cultural worker, Riti has been creating art in some form for over 25 years. Incorporating text, installation, and dance into her wr
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