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Happy Hour #106: On Wednesdays we Podcast Pink - ‘Mean Girls’

Happy Hour #106: On Wednesdays we Podcast Pink - ‘Mean Girls’

Get in, losers. We’re talking about Mean Girls. From it’s earliest self-help origins all the way through to todays “the-trailer-didn’t-say-it-was-a-musical” movie, Jimi and Tommy contemplate the traps of adaptations, memes from old movies, the Jimmy (and Jimi) awards, and Tina Fey’s (literall) love letter to high school theatre.

1 h 48 mins
Mar 29
Bernadette Peters Wants to Play Sweeney Todd

Bernadette Peters Wants to Play Sweeney Todd

Recorded live on the Broadway Cruise, musical theater icon Peters recalls the moment she fell in love with Sondheim's work, shares the biggest lessons she's learned in her career, and reveals the one Sondheim role she'd still love to play.

34 mins
Apr 2
TOMMY, THE OUTSIDERS & Your Tony Predictions!

TOMMY, THE OUTSIDERS & Your Tony Predictions!

"See Me...and Stay Gold." It's April!!! Which means Tony season has sprung! Matt sees TOMMY and THE OUTSIDERS and gives you his thoughts...and then reads YOUR thoughts on upcoming results for the 2024 Tony Awards. And some of you are BOLD.

2 h 2 mins
Apr 4
Notebooks, Elephants and Protestors OH MY! (Reviews and Updates on the Season)

Notebooks, Elephants and Protestors OH MY! (Reviews and Updates on the Season)

"There is nothing like New York in the SPRING!" A *lot* has changed since our first Tonys episode so Matt has come on to talk through some of it. First Matt gives thoughts after having seen WATER FOR ELEPHANTS and THE NOTEBOOK.

1 h 8 mins
Mar 21
STEEL PIER with Colden Lamb

STEEL PIER with Colden Lamb

STEEL PIER didn't win any of its eleven Tony nominations back in 1997, but it was the winner of our PATREON! poll earlier this year. That's why this week we're dedicating a full episode to this golden-aged, millennial musical.

1 h 26 mins
Mar 31
LEMPICKA, STEREOPHONIC & More...*and* Jack Viertel!!

LEMPICKA, STEREOPHONIC & More...*and* Jack Viertel!!

"Woman is...or is she?" It's a bonanza!! Matt starts off with his reviews on seeing MERRILY a second time (now *with* Lindsay Mendez), LEMPICKA, THE HEART OF ROCK AND ROLL and STEREOPHONIC! Plus a new review that has notes for Matt.

2 h 11 mins
Apr 11
DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS with Sara Gettelfinger

DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS with Sara Gettelfinger

We have a theme this month! Both of the musicals we're covering this April are powerful examples of "pastiche" in musical theatre. The way the composers of these shows reference styles and works of the past bring depth and context to their stories and characters.

54 mins
Apr 14
For Grant Gustin, The Hard Parts Are His Favorite Parts

For Grant Gustin, The Hard Parts Are His Favorite Parts

Now starring on Broadway in the critically acclaimed "Water for Elephants," Gustin shares what's most challenging — and most rewarding — about his first return to musical theater after nine years as the star of the long-running CW series "The Flash."

34 mins
Apr 16
#290 - Guys & Dolls

#290 - Guys & Dolls

"In other words, just from waiting around for that plain little band of gold A person can develop a cold..." Grab your tissues & dice because this week we're talking gambling and marriage in the classic musical "Guys & Dolls" Hosts: Jesse McAnally & Andrew DeWolf.

56 mins
Mar 21
THE GREAT GATSBY, SUFFS and Some Broadway Bullsh*t

THE GREAT GATSBY, SUFFS and Some Broadway Bullsh*t

"Everyone's a critic..." We're wrapping up the season very soon!!!! And before we do, we got some more shows for you: THE GREAT GATSBY, PATRIOTS and SUFFS! Matt discusses his opinions on all three. Plus some talk about some of the crazy that's been happening online this week in the community.

1 h 26 mins
Apr 18
#293 - Frozen the Musical

#293 - Frozen the Musical

"Do you want to build a Snowman?" Grab your ice powers and sister issues because this week we're diving into Disney's most recent film to Broadway adaptation Frozen! Hosts: Jesse McAnally & Andrew DeWolf. Podcast Edited By: Andrew DeWolf.

1 h 1 min
Apr 11
Sunset Boulevard #1: Andrew Lloyd Webber - Part 1

Sunset Boulevard #1: Andrew Lloyd Webber - Part 1

Did you know Andrew Lloyd Webber was not the first famous composer to consider turning Sunset Boulevard into a musical?

21 mins
Apr 8
#53 - Marianne Cane, Stage Manager on Broadway

#53 - Marianne Cane, Stage Manager on Broadway

Marianne Cane offers a detailed depiction of the rehearsal process for Into the Woods on Broadway and in the final workshop, including vivid descriptions of Betty Buckley's vocal performance, and what it was like to be in the room with her.

59 mins
Mar 27
#55 - Robert Duncan McNeill, Jack on the National Tour

#55 - Robert Duncan McNeill, Jack on the National Tour

Robert Duncan McNeill remembers the good times on tour with Into the Woods and reveals his participation in the Public Theater workshop of Sondheim and Lapine’s Muscle, including some major co-stars! Plus, Ben discovers the original table reading cast of Into the Woods!

1 h 23 mins
Apr 10
The Baker's Wife (1976)

The Baker's Wife (1976)

What do a nine minute song about a bird, the chest hair of Israel's greatest entertainer, an FBI pursuit of a missing lead sheet, and a list of firings as long as Paul Sorvino's range have in common?

1 h 21 mins
Mar 21
KISS ME KATE with Lesli Margherita

KISS ME KATE with Lesli Margherita

In 1949, KISS ME KATE won the first ever Best Musical Tony Award. Now it's 2024... and we still love it! Olivier Award winner Lesli Margherita (Broadway's MATILDA, DAMES AT SEA) joins us to celebrate women and Cole Porter (in that order) as we dive headfirst into this silly and often deeply romantic show.

1 h 13 mins
Mar 17
#54 - Eric Stern, Co-Musical Director at The Old Globe

#54 - Eric Stern, Co-Musical Director at The Old Globe

Eric Stern recalls how Paul Gemignani mapped out their sharing of musical director duties as well as his own contributions to the underscoring. Join host Ben Rimalower for this candid conversation exploring how Sondheim and Lapine went Into the Woods.

40 mins
Apr 3
#292 - Hedwig & The Angry Inch (Re-visited)

#292 - Hedwig & The Angry Inch (Re-visited)

"Enemies and adversaries, they try and tear me down!" Grab your band and stalk your ex because this week we're covering John Cameron Mitchell's rock classic "Hedwig & the Angry Inch." Hosts: Jesse McAnally & Andrew DeWolf. Podcast Edited By: Andrew DeWolf.

1 h 17 mins
Apr 4
Paper Moon (1993)

Paper Moon (1993)

This one is a heart-breaker, friends. A real, honest to Sondheim heart-breaker. Like Avenue Q beating Wicked heart-breaker because, unless without a deus ex machina at Paramount Studios, we will never, ever see a musical that everyone says was one of the greatest musicals of the 1990s.

1 h 27 mins
Mar 28
Sunset Boulevard #2: Andrew Lloyd Webber - Part 2

Sunset Boulevard #2: Andrew Lloyd Webber - Part 2

As we continue our deep dive into Sunset Boulevard, Andrew Lloyd Webber talks about Patti LuPone’s fierce competitiveness with Glenn Close…and how this sparked Patti’s infamous feud with Andrew - a painful experience for Andrew that took a significant toll on him personally.

23 mins
Apr 8
#291 - Rock of Ages

#291 - Rock of Ages

"Every rose has its thorn..." Grab your dad rock and oldies station because this week we're diving into the 2009 Jukebox musical "Rock of Ages" and the much worse film adaptation of the same name. Hosts: Jesse McAnally & Andrew DeWolf.

1 h 4 mins
Mar 28
Gone With The Wind: The Musical (1974)

Gone With The Wind: The Musical (1974)

When we think of "out of town" tryouts we think of Boston, New Haven, Philadelphia, Detroit, Tokyo….. Yes, Tokyo! In the 1970s Tokyo had become the center of Japanese culture and it was giving its citizens home grown movies, literature, plays, and paintings but it had not given its public a musical that was cultivated in Japan.

1 h 8 mins
Apr 4
IMPORTANT PODCAST UPDATE | The Cheese Wheel

IMPORTANT PODCAST UPDATE | The Cheese Wheel

We have an important announcement for the future state of the podcast, and fun things in store for the future! Come listen up!

6 mins
Apr 9
Sunset Boulevard #3: Glenn Close - Part 1

Sunset Boulevard #3: Glenn Close - Part 1

Tony-winning star Glenn Close shares her Norma Desmond memories from her first Sunset Boulevard audition for Andrew Lloyd Webber, to her experience launching a show about a Hollywood star in Hollywood, to Close originating the role on Broadway.

29 mins
Apr 15
From 'Succession' to 'Stereophonic' With Juliana Canfield

From 'Succession' to 'Stereophonic' With Juliana Canfield

Soon to make her Broadway debut in the buzzy play “Stereophonic,” Canfield talks learning all those overlapping lines, telling an accidental lie on the way to winning her part in the show, the “Succession” diaspora on stage, and that one time the “Stereophonic” cast became a real band in Brooklyn.

39 mins
Mar 19
BONUS: Cats 2019 Commentary (feat. Emily Clark & Christi Esterle)

BONUS: Cats 2019 Commentary (feat. Emily Clark & Christi Esterle)

Jellicle cats come out tonight! Early in the pandemic we were joined by Christi Esterle and Emily Clark to watch Cats 2019 for a group watch! Come listen and relive it! Let the memory live again!

2 h 2 mins
Apr 1
Sunset Boulevard #5: Patti LuPone - Part 1

Sunset Boulevard #5: Patti LuPone - Part 1

Listen in on this never-before-heard dressing room interview with Sunset Boulevard’s original Norma Desmond, Patti LuPone, to hear her take on the challenges of creating the role in London and the origins of her infamous feud with Andrew Lloyd Webber.

20 mins
Apr 16
BONUS: Moulin Rogue (2001) Movie Commentary

BONUS: Moulin Rogue (2001) Movie Commentary

Here's an extra special treat, a BONUS episode released in full for the first time! In early pandemic days we watched the Moulin Rogue movie from 2001! Jess loves this movie, Andrew has never seen it!

2 h 12 mins
Mar 25
Carolyn, Dorothy, David, and More: Cy Coleman's Lyricists with special guest David Zippel

Carolyn, Dorothy, David, and More: Cy Coleman's Lyricists with special guest David Zippel

During an incredible Broadway career that stretched from 1953 to 1998, composer Cy Coleman created the music for 12 Broadway musicals. Unlike most Broadway composers, however, he was never part of an ongoing songwriting team but instead worked with seven very talented but very different collaborators.

45 mins
Apr 4
Sunset Boulevard #6: Patti LuPone - Part 2

Sunset Boulevard #6: Patti LuPone - Part 2

Patti LuPone got her pool, but Glenn Close got the Tony. In this never-before-heard dressing room interview about Sunset Boulevard, Patti LuPone dives deep on the competition between her and fellow Norma Desmond, Glenn Close.

17 mins
Apr 17
Sunset Boulevard #4: Glenn Close - Part 2

Sunset Boulevard #4: Glenn Close - Part 2

Glenn Close returns to Sunset Boulevard for the 2017 Broadway revival, sharing how the production evolved since Broadway in 1994 and how she was able to dive even deeper into the role of Norma Desmond.

15 mins
Apr 15
 Special Encore Episode: Irene Sharaff And The Women That Invented Broadway

Special Encore Episode: Irene Sharaff And The Women That Invented Broadway

To celebrate Women's History Month he is the first of two episodes recorded during the pandemic about the history of Broadway Costume design with special guest Ann Hould-Ward. Irene Sharraff is the legendary Broadway costume designer whose incredible 56-year career spanned from 1933 to 1989.

29 mins
Mar 21
Episode 137: Broadway Melody — A Novel Approach to Broadway History

Episode 137: Broadway Melody — A Novel Approach to Broadway History

My guest this week is Jack Viertel who joins us to talk about his delightful new novel, Broadway Melody. This is one of a fascinating wave of novels that explore the history of Broadway though a combination of fictional characters and real-life Broadway figures.

48 mins
Apr 11
#52 - Robert Sean Leonard, Jack in the Playwrights Horizons Workshop

#52 - Robert Sean Leonard, Jack in the Playwrights Horizons Workshop

Robert Sean Leonard remembers working on the early incarnation of Into the Woods and how James Lapine told him he wouldn't be going forward with the show. Join host Ben Rimalower for this candid conversation exploring how Sondheim and Lapine went Into the Woods.

39 mins
Mar 20
#294 - Reefer Madness the Musical

#294 - Reefer Madness the Musical

"Reefer Madness, Reefer Madness!" Grab your drug paraphernalia and propoganda posters because this week we're diving into the broad comedy musical from the minds of Heathers, just in time for 420 its "Reefer Madness" Hosts: Jesse McAnally & Andrew DeWolf.

57 mins
Apr 18
#56 - Judy McLane, Replacement Baker’s Wife on Tour

#56 - Judy McLane, Replacement Baker’s Wife on Tour

Judy McLane checks in from the current national tour of Company to talk about this full circle Sondheim moment in her long and varied career. Join host Ben Rimalower for this candid conversation exploring how Sondheim and Lapine went Into the Woods.

27 mins
Apr 17
Encore Episode: Patricia Zipprodt and the Women Who Invented Broadway

Encore Episode: Patricia Zipprodt and the Women Who Invented Broadway

This is the second part of my discussion with Tony Award-winning Costume Designer Ann Hould-Ward in which we trace the legacy chain of Broadway costume design expertise that was handed down directly over a 100-year period from Aileen Bernstein to Irene Shariff to Patricia Zipprodt to Ann Hould-Ward, herself.

27 mins
Mar 27
PATREON! Preview- The Tony Awards with Eila Mell & Heather Hitchens

PATREON! Preview- The Tony Awards with Eila Mell & Heather Hitchens

Once a year, we share a PATREON! preview on our main feed to showcase the amazing bonus content you might be missing by not being a subscriber! It may only be April, but today's episode was too good not to share.

15 mins
Apr 21
Ep316 - John Tartaglia: How Jim Henson Started It All

Ep316 - John Tartaglia: How Jim Henson Started It All

John Tartaglia believes everything happens for a reason, and his career trajectory is a testament to this. He lets us into the world of puppetry and theatre as he shares his experiences, and how he got started in pursuing his “dual dream” of becoming a successful puppeteer and performing on Broadway.

1 h 4 mins
Apr 2
Ep315 - Cecily Strong & Andrea Syglowski: Airing Out Their "Brooklyn Laundry"

Ep315 - Cecily Strong & Andrea Syglowski: Airing Out Their "Brooklyn Laundry"

Powerhouse actors Cecily Strong and Andrea Syglowski provide insights into their acting careers, and how they navigated life’s complexities throughout their journey. The two talk about the show they currently co-star in,“Brooklyn Laundry”, their admiration for playwright John Patrick Shanley, and the play’s portrayal of women.

47 mins
Mar 29
S4 Ep7 All I've Ever Known with Reeve Carney

S4 Ep7 All I've Ever Known with Reeve Carney

We are going live from the Broadway Cruise! Our first of three guests is Reeve Carney. He tells us about the highs and lows in his career, and how he takes control and creates his own work.

22 mins
Apr 16
Happy Hour #105: New Podcast, New Podcast - ‘On the Town’

Happy Hour #105: New Podcast, New Podcast - ‘On the Town’

The Bronx is up, the Battery's down, and Jimi and Tommy are right here delving into the Americana classic of a musical On the Town. Lenoard Bernstein (or is it Bernstein), Betty Comden (the bombshell that she is) and Adolph Green (he’s there too) have devised a wonderful, timeless(?) classic in this show which might, indeed, be the FIRST true musical comedy!

1 h 59 mins
Feb 5
Ep314 - Schele Williams: Encouraging Everyone to Stay Weird

Ep314 - Schele Williams: Encouraging Everyone to Stay Weird

Schele Williams has never been afraid to immerse herself in the thing that she loves in order to achieve what she wants. She reflects on her journey, the motivations and support from her family, and the significance of storytelling in her life, which has led her to where she is today.

53 mins
Mar 26
Hanging With Sierra Boggess (Part 1)

Hanging With Sierra Boggess (Part 1)

Sierra Boggess is a Laurence Olivier nominated American stage actress with a soprano voice like no other. Sierra has starred in The Phantom of the Opera, Love Never Dies, It Should Have Been You, School of Rock, Masterclass, The Little Mermaid and Les Miserables.

29 mins
1/5/21
2024 Tony Predictions: Bold, Brave and Early (w/ Dylan MacDowell)

2024 Tony Predictions: Bold, Brave and Early (w/ Dylan MacDowell)

Confident and Uninformed. That's the way to make predictions for Tony nominations THIS early. Breakdown alum Dylan MacDowell (DRAMA) returns to go through every possible candidate for this year's Tony Awards.

2 h 34 mins
Feb 22
Ep318 - Joy Woods: Opening 'The Notebook' on Broadway

Ep318 - Joy Woods: Opening 'The Notebook' on Broadway

You don't have as much time as you think you do, so you better be prepared. At least that’s how Joy Woods lives her life. She shares how she caught the acting bug, starting as a dancer but eventually fell in love with theatre and acting.

42 mins
Apr 9
#198 - Sam Pauly

#198 - Sam Pauly

After her Breakout performance on Broadway by originating the role of Katherine Howard in SIX: The Musical, Samantha Pauly comes to Take A Bow a day before she returns to Broadway at the Broadway Theater in the Great Gatsby.

58 mins
Mar 28
Ep317 - Cayleigh Capaldi: Perfectionism is the Enemy of Creation

Ep317 - Cayleigh Capaldi: Perfectionism is the Enemy of Creation

Cayleigh Capaldi may have the perfect pitch, but she’s not letting perfectionism get in the way of finding who she is as an individual and as a performer. She delves into her background, growing up surrounded by artists, and how it helped her embrace her talents.

54 mins
Apr 5
 Ep. 151 (AE): Grey Henson on Freedom within a Framework

Ep. 151 (AE): Grey Henson on Freedom within a Framework

In this Artist Exploration, Grey Henson from Mean Girls and MTCA Director Charlie Murphy discuss: Experience you gain in pre-college programs. Freedom within a framework. How Type applies within a “machine” of a show. The work of Comedy. Join MTCA at our events!

1 h 40 mins
Mar 27
A Night of Songs and Stories from the Marquis Theatre

A Night of Songs and Stories from the Marquis Theatre

Last month, Closing Night went live at 54 Below here in New York City, exploring the songs and stories of the Marquis Theatre with Broadway performers and singers—many of whom have performed in shows at the Marquis and some of them even joined us this past podcast season.

1 h 9 mins
Apr 19
Ep319 - Ryan Vasquez: Hamilton is "Paid Therapy"

Ep319 - Ryan Vasquez: Hamilton is "Paid Therapy"

Ryan Vasquez looks back on his career journey, including living with French acrobats in a seven-bedroom house while doing a show, and eventually booking Hamilton. Playing as many characters as he has in Hamilton was to him just “paid therapy”.

52 mins
Apr 16
#199 - Amber Ardolino

#199 - Amber Ardolino

After her rise to stardom on social media, Amber Ardolino is proving she has the talent to lead a Broadway Company in A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Musical. After appearing in the ensembles of Hamilton and Head Over Heels, she understudied Satine in Moulin Rouge where she showed her first glimpse of her triple threat abilities.

1 h 9 mins
Apr 4
Arthur: The Musical (1991)

Arthur: The Musical (1991)

So no one told you creating musicals was going to be this way? (clap, clap, clap) Now you might be asking, what in the name of Smelly Cat does the TV show Friends have to do with Broadway?

1 h 16 mins
Feb 1
Breakfast at Tiffany's: The Musical (1966)

Breakfast at Tiffany's: The Musical (1966)

What happens when the doctor becomes the patient? Abe Burrows, the greatest script doctor of the Golden Age, had agreed to direct and write the musical adaptation of Breakfast at Tiffany's. Only problem is no one told him what they wanted...or expected...

1 h 26 mins
Mar 14
Ep. 152 (CDD): Fordham University with May Adrales

Ep. 152 (CDD): Fordham University with May Adrales

In this College Deep Dive, May Adrales Program Director of Fordham University Theater Program and MTCA Director Charlie Murphy discuss: Double major capabilities. Exploring different acting techniques. How Fordham declares the focus of their major.

1 h 3 mins
Apr 3
Hanging With Sierra Boggess (Part 2)

Hanging With Sierra Boggess (Part 2)

Sierra Boggess is a Laurence Olivier nominated American stage actress with a soprano voice like no other. Sierra has starred in The Phantom of the Opera, Love Never Dies, It Should Have Been You, School of Rock, Masterclass, The Little Mermaid and Les Miserables.

41 mins
1/12/21
THE INHERITANCE w/ Robbie Rozelle

THE INHERITANCE w/ Robbie Rozelle

"He has a story to tell..." It came to Broadway touted as the next ANGELS IN AMERICA. And yet...not every gay man was into it. Then it won the Tony...and some people still weren't into it. But does that make something "Problematic"??

2 h 31 mins
Mar 14
 Ep 153 (AE): Brian Belding (The White Rose/MTCA Alumni Father) on Changing Paths and Supporting Dreams

Ep 153 (AE): Brian Belding (The White Rose/MTCA Alumni Father) on Changing Paths and Supporting Dreams

In this Artist Exploration, we welcome Brian Belding the Writer/Lyricist of White Rose: The Musical and MTCA Alumni Father. Brian and MTCA Director Charlie Murphy discuss: A High School history teacher turned Off Broadway Writer/Lyricist.

1 h 29 mins
Apr 10
#50 - Bernadette Peters, the Original Witch

#50 - Bernadette Peters, the Original Witch

Bernadette Peters opens up about when she first fell in love with Stephen Sondheim's songs and how James Lapine pulled her back from the broad comedy she initially brought to the role of the Witch.

40 mins
Mar 6
Ep320 - Andrew Samonsky: RIP Jerry Garcia

Ep320 - Andrew Samonsky: RIP Jerry Garcia

Andrew Samonsky believes that Jerry Garcia’s death (yes that Jerry Garcia) may have instigated his performance career in some way. From being a “deadhead” to becoming a Broadway actor, Andrew opens up about his years of following the Grateful Dead and dealing with drug problems that led him to go to rehab.

46 mins
Apr 19
#200 - Matthew Morrison

#200 - Matthew Morrison

OUR WHITE WHALE GUEST! He's here! The only one person in the world who could be our guest for episode 200. Matthew Morrison. He has graced both the screen and stage for many years. He is an Emmy, Golden Globe, and Tony Award nominee (among many other award nominations and wins).

1 h 28 mins
Apr 11
 Ep. 154 (CDD): Boston Conservatory (Act 2!) with Tim Espinosa

Ep. 154 (CDD): Boston Conservatory (Act 2!) with Tim Espinosa

In this College Deep DIve, Tim Espinosa the Chair of Theater at Boston Conservatory and MTCA Director Charlie Murphy discuss: The next generation of Leadership at BOCO. Are the top ten school lists something to pay attention to? What class size is right for me?

1 h 24 mins
Apr 17
The Graduate: The Musical (1988)

The Graduate: The Musical (1988)

Are you trying to musicalize me, Mrs. Robinson? Oh, yes, Benjamin Braddock, they are trying to musicalize you, and Mrs. Robinson, and Elaine, all of you. They are going to keep going until every critic in New York is banging on a church window begging you to stop.

1 h 1 min
Feb 8
Dracula, a Comedy of Terrors:  The complete radio play

Dracula, a Comedy of Terrors: The complete radio play

Along the treacherous Borgo Pass In the mountains of Transylvania, a meek English real estate agent is on a harrowing journey to meet a new and mysterious client...who also just happens to be the most terrifying and ferocious monster the world has ever known.

1 h 18 mins
5/29/20
#280 - Six the Musical

#280 - Six the Musical

"Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived!" Grab your history books and girl pop albums because this week we're diving into the West End/Broadway sensation "Six the Musical." This has been a long time coming and you won't believe our wild takes!

1 h 15 mins
Jan 18
Ep313 - Ali Louis Bourzgui: Finding His Happy Place on Stage

Ep313 - Ali Louis Bourzgui: Finding His Happy Place on Stage

Ali became enamored by the idea of performing since he was a kid as a way to study the human condition. He looks back on his multicultural upbringing that blends American and Moroccan influences, and his journey into acting and performing, revealing his passion for storytelling.

41 mins
Mar 19
S. 3, Ep. 9: Cathedral by Raymond Carver

S. 3, Ep. 9: Cathedral by Raymond Carver

Connecticut, 1983: In a strained marriage, a narrow-minded, prejudiced man- and his wife- host the wife’s former coworker for the night. Their guest is a blind man, and that’s the last person in the world this man wants to host...

42 mins
Feb 19
S4 Ep6 Clues to Creating the Hat with Sandy Rustin

S4 Ep6 Clues to Creating the Hat with Sandy Rustin

How can you create your own work? Sandy Rustin started out as a performer and transitioned into writing. The Cottage, written by Rustin, recently played on Broadway and her play Clue is on tour.

29 mins
Mar 12
NINE with Kim Criswell

NINE with Kim Criswell

NINE surprised Broadway in 1982 when it opened last minute and proved to be a formidable foe to the other big hit of the season, DREAMGIRLS. It was also a musical that couldn't seem to escape drama, whether onstage at the hands of lead character Guido Contini or off.

1 h 37 mins
Feb 25
Broadwaysted Classics: Tony Winning Movie Musicals get Broadwaysted!

Broadwaysted Classics: Tony Winning Movie Musicals get Broadwaysted!

It’s time for a Movie Club Classic! Relive our deep dive into all of your favorite movies. What's a Tony Winning Movie Musical exactly?

1 h 24 mins
Mar 26
  Ep. 150 (CDD): Wagner College with Michele Pawk

Ep. 150 (CDD): Wagner College with Michele Pawk

In this College Deep Dive, Michele Pawk an Associate Professor of Performing Arts at Wagner College and MTCA Director Charlie Murphy discuss: Having a family and being in the business. The uniqueness of a BA program. The benefits of being located in Staten Island.

49 mins
Mar 20
Episode One: From Transylvania with Love

Episode One: From Transylvania with Love

When Jonathan Harker travels to Romania for a real estate deal, he inadvertently lures the extraordinarily attractive, wealthy, and immortal Count Dracula back to England in pursuit of his own fiancé, Lucy Westfeldt. Episode 1 cast: Christopher Sieber as Count Dracula.

22 mins
5/1/20
Hangin With Hadley Fraser (Part 1)

Hangin With Hadley Fraser (Part 1)

Part 1 - Hadley Fraser has carved himself a prolific and diverse career. From actor, musician to writer. From stage to screen. We have known each other for close to 20 years now. We could chat for hours about anything and everything.

47 mins
8/4/20
#287 - Mean Girls 2024 (feat. Brianna Jones)

#287 - Mean Girls 2024 (feat. Brianna Jones)

"I can't even watch when she touches his hair And I've watched a snake eat a cow!" Grab your burn book and popcorn because this week we're joined by one of our favorite people Brianna Jones to talk about the new Mean Girls movie! Hosts: Jesse McAnally & Andrew DeWolf.

1 h 16 mins
Mar 7
#197 - Jared Goldsmith

#197 - Jared Goldsmith

Hear all about: Journey to becoming a performer/storyteller. Growing up auditioning. Touring with Dear Evan Hansen. Having their Broadway moment. Adjusting to eight shows a week. What working with Ben Platt, Jordan Fisher, etc. taught him.

1 h 19 mins
Mar 20
Broadwaysted Classics: Dreamworks Animated Movies get Broadwaysted!

Broadwaysted Classics: Dreamworks Animated Movies get Broadwaysted!

It’s time for a Movie Club Classic! Relive our deep dive into all of your favorite movies. Make those dreams weeeeerk! We're LIVE (Streaming to Tape) from BPN.FM!

59 mins
Apr 2
Minsky's (2009)

Minsky's (2009)

Some musicals have all the luck...and them some do not. Minsky's is one that does not. It would take thirty plus years for this cult classic to make its way from the big screen to the big stage and in between it would have three different lyricists, two different directors, two choreographers, but it would always have the same composer: Charles Strouse.

1 h 3 mins
Feb 22
WATER FOR ELEPHANTS - A Post Show Analysis

WATER FOR ELEPHANTS - A Post Show Analysis

In this episode, we discuss the new Broadway Musical WATER FOR ELEPHANTS. Please note that this episode will contain spoilers about the show. If you haven't seen the show yet, you can catch WATER FOR ELEPHANTS playing at the Imperial Theatre.

31 mins
Mar 29
#289 - Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

#289 - Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

"Hi, it's me. I'm the Problem it's me..." Grab your Swiftie merch and Red Scarf because this week we're diving into the most prolific modern pop musician of our time Taylor Swift and her "Eras Tour." Please don't kill us Swifies. Hosts: Jesse McAnally & Andrew DeWolf.

1 h 26 mins
Mar 14
Juliet of the Spirits (1979)

Juliet of the Spirits (1979)

Gwen Verdon was Charity. Raul Julia was Guido. Angela Lansbury was Juliet......then was not. Federico Fellini was Italy’s most iconic film director of the 1960s so its no surprise that many of his films have been turned into musicals.

1 h 9 mins
Mar 7
Sara Gettelfinger Shares Her Long and Struggling Journey Back to Broadway

Sara Gettelfinger Shares Her Long and Struggling Journey Back to Broadway

Sara Gettelfinger's Broadway debut came in 2000 with the musical Seussical. And she worked steadily on Broadway through the years until she and I met and worked together on The Addams Family national tour in 2011.

55 mins
Mar 25
Broadwaysted Classics: The Muppets get Broadwaysted!

Broadwaysted Classics: The Muppets get Broadwaysted!

It’s time for a Movie Club Classic! Relive our deep dive into all of your favorite movies. It's the Muppet Show with our very special guest stars Aaron and Hayley!!!!!!

1 h 1 min
Apr 9
Busker Alley (1995)

Busker Alley (1995)

Tommy Tune. The boy genius of Broadway. He dazzled audiences onstage in his Tony Award winning performance in Seesaw. Then he kept reinventing himself as a director with The Club, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Cloud Nine, Nine, Grand Hotel, The Will Rogers Follies.

55 mins
Feb 15
DEAR EVAN HANSEN with Robert Bannon

DEAR EVAN HANSEN with Robert Bannon

Coming in at a healthy 1 hour and 40 minutes, this match, I mean episode, on DEAR EVAN HANSEN explores it all. In one corner, a podcast host fighting for empathy. In another, a podcast host fighting for justice. Who will win?!

1 h 41 mins
11/12/23
The Mambo Kings: The Musical (2005)

The Mambo Kings: The Musical (2005)

It was supposed to be the musical that turned Latinx characters in musical theater from hoodlums and gang members to heroes and inspirations! A musical that was steeped in the rhythms of Latinx history and a story that would examine assimilation and appropriation within the immigration experience.

1 h 9 mins
Feb 29
Love, Loss, Time, and Lots of Onstage Rain

Love, Loss, Time, and Lots of Onstage Rain

How the creators of the new Broadway musical adaptation of "The Notebook," Ingrid Michaelson and Bekah Brunstetter, aim to both satisfy and surprise—and why the show's theatricality makes the popular story even more universal.

39 mins
Mar 5
#1 - James Lapine, the Bookwriter and Original Director

#1 - James Lapine, the Bookwriter and Original Director

James Lapine lets us into the origins of Into the Woods, from his very first conversations with Sondheim to Patti LuPone's audition for Cinderella, and ultimately the Broadway triumph and why it was important for him to direct the broadcast cameras rather than delegating the filming of the show to the director of the Golden Girls, as had been done for Sunday in the Park with George.

37 mins
5/8/23
Episode 76: CHRISTINE PEDI

Episode 76: CHRISTINE PEDI

Drama Desk Award nominee Christine Pedi talks about her career journey, "Forbidden Broadway" and "Chicago," and the life of comediennes as she knows it. Assistant Director of Programming Macon Prickett hosts. For more info about Christine's upcoming show, visit 54Below.org/WickedStage.

55 mins
Mar 21
Hanging with Andrew Kober (yes, for a yet another episode!)

Hanging with Andrew Kober (yes, for a yet another episode!)

He started season 3 so Ramin found it fitting for him to end season 3 too and thus welcome Andrew Kober back yet again.

54 mins
7/5/23
WAITRESS with Jessie Mueller

WAITRESS with Jessie Mueller

The musical WAITRESS emerged from the 2016 Broadway season (supposedly dominated by HAMILTON) as something similar to its protagonist's famous pies: a hit on the outside thanks to secret ingredients on the inside.

1 h 12 mins
5/28/23
#51 - Maureen Davis, the Original Sleeping Beauty and Stunt Witch

#51 - Maureen Davis, the Original Sleeping Beauty and Stunt Witch

Maureen Davis explains how all the magic worked transforming Bernadette Peters from the old crone to the beautiful enchantress. Join host Ben Rimalower for this candid conversation exploring how Sondheim and Lapine went Into the Woods.

48 mins
Mar 13
Ep161 - Katie Hutton, Rumpleteazer on Asia Tour 2022-2023

Ep161 - Katie Hutton, Rumpleteazer on Asia Tour 2022-2023

"What I think makes CATS so special is you could look at our cast and point out any single one of us and know exactly who our cat was because we were just like them." This episode features Katie Hutton who played Rumpleteazer on the 2022-2023 Asia Tour of CATS performing in Korea and Taiwan.

48 mins
Apr 16
1. GAY SUMMER CAMP

1. GAY SUMMER CAMP

We are introduced to the two oldest LGBT communities in the US -- Cherry Grove and The Fire Island Pines. Our cast of characters describe their Fire Island origin stories and we quickly see how what plays out here is like "gay adult sleep-away camp." We also observe how racial and socio-economic pressures are felt on the island.

49 mins
7/6/23
Episode I: The Mysterious Case of Split Valley Episode 1 Presented by Columbia Public Radio

Episode I: The Mysterious Case of Split Valley Episode 1 Presented by Columbia Public Radio

“What do you think it is? Some kind of symbol?” Adam Kleinhoffer, journalist and podcaster for Columbia Public Radio, receives a mysterious postcard beckoning him to Split Valley, the second-smallest town in New York State. · Paul Guyet as Soothing Male Voice.

12 mins
6/29/21
Broadwaysted Classics: The Descendants get Broadwaysted!

Broadwaysted Classics: The Descendants get Broadwaysted!

It’s time for a Movie Club Classic! Relive our deep dive into all of your favorite movies. Just chillin' like a villain...child. Play along as Aaron J Albano (Newsies, Hamilton) and Hayley Podschun (Chaplin, Hello, Dolly) join Bryan, Kevin, and Kimberly via video chat to break down The Descendants Universe.

1 h 42 mins
Apr 16
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST with Kim Huber

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST with Kim Huber

It's a tale as old as "dressing like merchandise from Bed Bath & Beyond." This week we're looking at the blockbuster musical BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, a show that changed Broadway (to steal a line from another musical megahit with a strong female protagonist) "for good." Original cast member Kim Huber (SUNSET BOULEVARD, MARIE CHRISTINE) joins us to provide context, insight, and hilarious anecdotes to a show that rightfully deserves all three.

1 h 28 mins
Jan 22
THE BOOK OF MORMON w/ Kyle Marshall

THE BOOK OF MORMON w/ Kyle Marshall

"Turn it off..." Hello! Our name is Broadway Breakdown. And we would like to share with you a Tony winning show. It has so many awesome parts. You simply won't believe how much this show has angered crowds. That's right...it's THE BOOK OF MORMON.

2 h 23 mins
Jan 18
#194 - Jordan Fisher, Lola Tung, and Ani DiFranco

#194 - Jordan Fisher, Lola Tung, and Ani DiFranco

The new STARS of Hadestown come to Take A Bow chatting all things HADESTOWN! This episode features the different perspectives of performers in different stage of their career with different relationships with the show.

56 mins
Feb 22
Episode 136: THE MUSICALS THAT NEVER CAME TO BROADWAY

Episode 136: THE MUSICALS THAT NEVER CAME TO BROADWAY

My guest this week is Robert W. Schneider who joins me to talk about his new podcast, Broadway Bound — The Musicals That Never Came To Broadway. Each of the ten episodes in the first season of this wonderfully researched new series focuses on a high-profile musical that was on its way to Broadway but for various reasons never made it.

42 mins
Mar 14
"UNKNOWN NUMBER" by Greg Mandryk

"UNKNOWN NUMBER" by Greg Mandryk

UNKNOWN NUMBER: As a snowstorm rages outside, a woman receives phone calls from an entity that attempts to lure her outside. Written by Greg Mandryk. Directed by Chris Plumridge in association with Ruby Sky Productions.

34 mins
Mar 27
MISS SAIGON w/ James Seol

MISS SAIGON w/ James Seol

"The heat is on..." To cover a giant show with giant controversy...you need a giant episode. Yup: it's MISS SAIGON. James Seol (COME FROM AWAY, KPOP) makes his Breakdown debut to discuss the last of the British mega-musicals with Matt.

3 h 25 mins
Jan 11
9. BONUS

9. BONUS

The Bonus episode! We discuss the “Black Out” weekend, more Provincetown vs. Fire Island, behind the scenes of the Fire Island movie and more anecdotes from our cast of characters. Follow @jessxnyc on IG for everything Finding Fire Island! _____.

26 mins
8/24/23
THE WHO'S TOMMY (2024 Broadway Revival) - A Post Show Analysis

THE WHO'S TOMMY (2024 Broadway Revival) - A Post Show Analysis

In this episode, we discuss the new 2024 Broadway Revival of THE WHO'S TOMMY. Please note that this episode will contain spoilers about the show. If you haven't seen the show yet, you can catch THE WHO'S TOMMY playing at the Nederlander Theatre.

28 mins
Apr 3
#62 Going Behind The Curtain with Robert Schneider

#62 Going Behind The Curtain with Robert Schneider

U Guys, award-winning Director, Producer, Author, Educator, and Podcast Host, Robert Schneider is here! And if you ask me, he needs a hobby. This week's BroadwayWorld Recap has all of the piping hot Bway tea, thanks to my beautiful friends at BroadwayWorld.com.

54 mins
Mar 25
AIDA w/ Will Van Dyke

AIDA w/ Will Van Dyke

"We all lead such elaborate lives..." It's sexy! It's dangerous! It's Disney! It's AIDA!!! Broadway music director Will Van Dyke (Pretty Woman, The Heart of Rock n Roll) comes on the Breakdown to discuss with Matt the first Broadway Disney musical "for adults." The two also discuss casting, fashion shows, and duty.

2 h 28 mins
Mar 7
THE NOTEBOOK - A Post Show Analysis

THE NOTEBOOK - A Post Show Analysis

In this episode, we discuss the new Broadway Musical THE NOTEBOOK. Please note that this episode will contain spoilers about the show. If you haven't seen the show yet, you can catch THE NOTEBOOK playing at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre.

31 mins
Mar 27
#98 We Will Rock You

#98 We Will Rock You

This week Jess & Andrew will be covering the Queen jukebox musical, "We Will Rock You" Donate to Black Lives Matter here. Social Media: Our WEBSITE. Musicals with Cheese on Twitter. Jess on Twitter. Andrew on Twitter. Musicals W/ Cheese on Instagram.

51 mins
7/16/20
LEMPICKA - A Post Show Analysis

LEMPICKA - A Post Show Analysis

In this episode, we discuss the new Broadway musical LEMPICKA. Please note that this episode will contain spoilers about the show. If you haven't seen the show yet, you can catch LEMPICKA playing at the Longacre Theatre.

30 mins
Apr 17
Chapter 1: From Page to Stage

Chapter 1: From Page to Stage

In 1988 the Royal Shakespeare Company teamed up with the creators of Fame to turn Stephen King's horror novel ‘Carrie’ into a musical. The result was one of Broadway's most infamous disasters. For fans Holly and Chris, an obsession was born.

46 mins
1/27/21
Hangin With Hadley Fraser (Part 2)

Hangin With Hadley Fraser (Part 2)

Part 2 - Hadley Fraser has carved himself a prolific and diverse career. From actor, musician to writer. From stage to screen. We have known each other for close to 20 years now. We could chat for hours about anything and everything.

26 mins
8/11/20
How To Be A Theater Influencer

How To Be A Theater Influencer

Two theater influencers, Kristin Hopkins and Ashley Hufford, reveal the secrets of becoming a theater influencer. The first thing to know: There's not much money in it, but there's a lot of free theater. "If I wanted this to be my day job, I should have done beauty influencing," Hufford jokes.

37 mins
Feb 20
The Spring 2024 Broadway Season Conversation with RYE MYERS

The Spring 2024 Broadway Season Conversation with RYE MYERS

In this special episode, we discuss the upcoming Spring 2024 Broadway season with Rye Myers. Join us as we dive into what stands out in the upcoming shows, explore the intriguing world of stunt casting, discuss emerging trends, and even make some early Tony predictions.

29 mins
Apr 5
#277 - Wonka (2023)

#277 - Wonka (2023)

"A world of your own A place to escape to..." Grab your chocolate candies and candy confections because this week we're diving into Paul King's 2023 film "Wonka." Did we like it? Hate it? Indifferent it? Find out here folks! Hosts: Jesse McAnally & Andrew DeWolf.

1 h 7 mins
12/28/23
Dancin: Revisiting Our Interview with Wayne Cilento

Dancin: Revisiting Our Interview with Wayne Cilento

Friends, you need to go see Dancin! It is one of the best musicals on Broadway and is true brilliance. To celebrate its opening, we are sharing our 2019 interview with director/choreographer of Dancin, Wayne Cilento! Dancin Tickets HERE.

1 h 10 mins
3/20/23
THE OUTSIDERS - A Post Show Analysis

THE OUTSIDERS - A Post Show Analysis

In this episode, we discuss the new Broadway musical THE OUTSIDERS. Please note that this episode will contain spoilers about the show. If you haven't seen the show yet, you can catch THE OUTSIDERS playing at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre.

29 mins
Apr 12
Sarah Paulson in APPROPRIATE - A Post Show Analysis

Sarah Paulson in APPROPRIATE - A Post Show Analysis

In this episode, we discuss the new Broadway Play APPROPRIATE by Brendan Jacobs-Jenkins. Please note that this episode will contain spoilers about the show. If you haven't seen the play yet, you can catch APPROPRIATE playing at the Belasco Theatre.

31 mins
Mar 22
Episode 85 | Natalie Ortega: "Stardust"

Episode 85 | Natalie Ortega: "Stardust"

“Survival Jobs”, the popular podcast hosted by Jason A. Coombs and Samantha Tuozzolo, is back with episode 85 featuring the incredibly talented and brilliantly funny Natalie Ortega who made her Broadway debut in the iconic hit show Wicked as “Nessarose” this month.

1 h 1 min
Mar 28
Boop! The Musical Star Jasmine Amy Rogers: Amplifying Equity in the Arts

Boop! The Musical Star Jasmine Amy Rogers: Amplifying Equity in the Arts

Performer Jasmine Amy Rogers joins The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul to discuss bringing icon Betty Boop to life onstage in Boop! The Musical, battling imposter syndrome, amplifying historically underrepresented voices and more this women's history month.

44 mins
Mar 21
#3 - Danielle Ferland, the Original Little Red Riding Hood

#3 - Danielle Ferland, the Original Little Red Riding Hood

Danielle Ferland dives into the dilemma of balancing Broadway roles with middle school and how Bernadette Peters does not run around naked backstage. Join host Ben Rimalower for this candid conversation exploring how Sondheim and Lapine went Into the Woods.

1 h 5 mins
5/10/23
How 'Ilinoise' Takes a Page From 'A Chorus Line'

How 'Ilinoise' Takes a Page From 'A Chorus Line'

Director-choreographer Justin Peck and Pulitzer winning playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury talk about making a nontraditional dance musical based on Sufjan Stevens’ “genre-defying” album “Illinois.” The show is now having its world premiere at Chicago Shakespeare Theater and will run at the Park Avenue Armory in Manhattan in March.

32 mins
Feb 6
PIPPIN with Chris Adams & John Rubinstein

PIPPIN with Chris Adams & John Rubinstein

PIPPIN. It's a musical with a lot to discuss which is probably why so many of you have requested it! This week, we welcome two wonderful guests with "magic to do" that will help make it happen.

1 h 21 mins
10/1/23
Ep158 - Nina Straface, Theatre Content Creator, Performer, & CATS Defender

Ep158 - Nina Straface, Theatre Content Creator, Performer, & CATS Defender

"For the Met Gala, I was like, I have to make a CATS joke before anybody else does. So I made it and it ended up being, at the time, my most watched and my most liked video ever." This episode features Nina Straface who is a theatre content creator, performer, and CATS defender.

58 mins
Mar 26
#2 - Chip Zien, the Original Baker

#2 - Chip Zien, the Original Baker

Chip Zien charts his journey Into the Woods from James Lapine's dissatisfaction with his performance as a prince in the first reading to the night late in the Broadway run, he walked in on Stephen Sondheim all alone and crying in his darkened dressing room.

1 h 6 mins
5/10/23
#286 - Anything Goes

#286 - Anything Goes

"In olden days, a glimpse of stocking Was looked on as something shocking But now, God knows Anything goes..." Grab your disguises and poorly aged stereotypes because this week we're talking about the classic musical comedy "Anything Goes." Hosts: Jesse McAnally & Andrew DeWolf.

54 mins
Feb 29
#63 Broadway Melody with Jack Viertel

#63 Broadway Melody with Jack Viertel

From being a New York Times Best Selling Author to former Artistic Director of Encores! at New York City Center, and former Senior Vice President of Jujamcyn Theaters, Jack Viertel is a true Broadway expert.

54 mins
Apr 1
GROUNDHOG DAY with Ste Clough

GROUNDHOG DAY with Ste Clough

Happy Groundhog Day! We're celebrating with a special Friday release about, you guessed it, the musical GROUNDHOG DAY. It's a show you've either enjoyed seeing in the West End, on Broadway, in Melbourne, or you missed it.

1 h 23 mins
Feb 2
#283 - Disney's Wish

#283 - Disney's Wish

"So I look up at the stars to guide me..." Grab your wishing star and mediocre story because this week we're diving into the most recent Disney animated musical flop "Wish." We dive into the narrative, the villain songs, and the state of Disney animation.

1 h 22 mins
Feb 8
SLAVE PLAY w/ Marcus Scott

SLAVE PLAY w/ Marcus Scott

"Thank you, baby. Thank you for listening..." Welcome back to Problematic(?)! And ooooh boy do we have a DOOZY! Alum of the pod, Marcus Scott, returns to discuss SLAVE PLAY. The show that angered, excited and confused many theatergoers.

2 h 34 mins
Feb 29
#65 Live From the Dressing Room with Sam Pauly

#65 Live From the Dressing Room with Sam Pauly

From playing Evita in London’s West End, to originating the role of Katherine Howard in Broadway’s Six, Sam Pauly is a true powerhouse. U guys, this week’s BroadwayWorld Recap is overflowing with all the latest Bway updates, brought to you by my amazing friends at BroadwayWorld.com.

52 mins
Apr 15
Episode 83 | A Women's History Month Conversation with the Broadway Cast of "Suffs"

Episode 83 | A Women's History Month Conversation with the Broadway Cast of "Suffs"

In an exciting and special Women's History Month episode of the podcast Survival Jobs, recorded live at The Museum of Broadway, Co-Host Samantha Tuozzolo sits down with some exceptionally talented and powerful members of the cast and creative team of the highly anticipated new musical, Suffs.

1 h 4 mins
Mar 21
Bonus - 'The Outsiders' Press Junket with Cast and Creatives

Bonus - 'The Outsiders' Press Junket with Cast and Creatives

Exclusive interviews from inside the 'The Outsiders' rehearsal room on a special, invite-only press junket.

27 mins
Mar 16
"THAT NIGHT "BUTCHER" PETE GOT KNOCKED OUT BY JESSIE "THE CANNON" TESORI" by Jonathan Cook

"THAT NIGHT "BUTCHER" PETE GOT KNOCKED OUT BY JESSIE "THE CANNON" TESORI" by Jonathan Cook

THAT NIGHT "BUTCHER" PETE GOT KNOCKED OUT BY JESSIE "THE CANNON" TESORI: World class heavyweight champion fighter, “Butcher” Pete Wilcox, is at the peak of his career – a living legend with a winning streak to brag about.

59 mins
Apr 15
#1 - Cynthia Nixon on The Seven Year Disappear

#1 - Cynthia Nixon on The Seven Year Disappear

Mommy issues. Performance art. Fisting. This first episode has it all. Welcome to The After Party, hosted by Michael Kushner and Eila Mell! Celebrate the mammoth effort of opening a show on Broadway.

48 mins
Mar 19
Broadway's Chilina Kennedy (Beautiful): A Sign of the Times

Broadway's Chilina Kennedy (Beautiful): A Sign of the Times

Broadway star Chilina Kennedy joins The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul to discuss playing Carole King in Beautiful, acts of kindness throughout her life, her new Off-Broadway show A Sign of the Times and more.

56 mins
Apr 8
It's Gonna Work Out Fine. Tina Turner and Paul Jones.

It's Gonna Work Out Fine. Tina Turner and Paul Jones.

Tim pays tribute to the late Tina Turner who recorded one of the songs from Aida, his musical with Elton John. Plus how Paul and the Manfreds introduced him to the music of Tina (and Ike).

28 mins
6/5/23
Ep. 122 (AE): Alex Brightman (Broadway’s Beetlejuice) on Trial and Error of the Artistic Process

Ep. 122 (AE): Alex Brightman (Broadway’s Beetlejuice) on Trial and Error of the Artistic Process

In this Artist Exploration, Alex Brightman, Tony Nominated in Broadway’s Beetlejuice and MTCA Director, Charlie Murphy discuss: Finding specialized ways of learning. Embracing Leadership with in a Show. Not typing yourself out of an opportunity.

1 h 8 mins
9/6/23
#323 - My First Time (Hamilton - feat. Carleigh Bettiol)

#323 - My First Time (Hamilton - feat. Carleigh Bettiol)

Making one’s Broadway debut is a momentous occasion for every actor lucky enough to do so. Sometimes it happens years into a long run on a seemingly ordinary Tuesday, and other times, it happens on opening night of a highly anticipated Broadway juggernaut.

14 mins
10/10/23
Lets Tawk 2 Finale's and Anjelica was right

Lets Tawk 2 Finale's and Anjelica was right

John joins Uncle Phil, Tommy and Anjelica to tawk the finale of the Traitors and Love is Blind. Sparks fly when John and Phil tell Anjelica she is wrong but she plays the tape and is RIGHT. They also discuss the Bachelor and Survivor.

48 mins
Mar 15
Mean Girls Star Jonathan Bennett's Broadway Dreams Come True in Spamalot

Mean Girls Star Jonathan Bennett's Broadway Dreams Come True in Spamalot

Mean Girls icon Jonathan Bennett joins The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul to chat following your dreams no matter what, getting out of your own way, jumping into Spamalot on Broadway and more. This isn't an April Fool's joke!

20 mins
Apr 1
Introducing Dracula the Podcastula

Introducing Dracula the Podcastula

What do you get when you cross Dracula with a podcast? Bite-sized episodes that will have you howling with laughter! Welcome to the official companion podcast for off-Broadway’s Dracula A Comedy of Terrors, now playing at New World Stages.

1 min
10/1/23
Ep159 - Felicia & James Gardner, Demeter & Electrician on US National Tour 4 & Original Broadway Production

Ep159 - Felicia & James Gardner, Demeter & Electrician on US National Tour 4 & Original Broadway Production

"I always say I owe my entire life to CATS." This episode features Felicia & James Gardner who met originally on the US National Tour 4 of CATS.

51 mins
Apr 2
FINIAN'S RAINBOW with Joe Aaron Reid

FINIAN'S RAINBOW with Joe Aaron Reid

Today we're ushering in Black History Month with an episode dedicated to FINIAN'S RAINBOW, a 1947 musical with a pitch perfect score ("Old Devil Moon," anyone?), zany satirical book, and surprisingly groundbreaking history.

1 h 2 mins
Jan 28
NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET OF 1812 with Act of Faith

NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET OF 1812 with Act of Faith

If two's company and three's a crowd, then what's four? A party? Well then that's what we've got this week, and the party's theme is the musical NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET OF 1812.

1 h 18 mins
11/27/23
Ep29 - Tom Hiddleston & William Shakespeare

Ep29 - Tom Hiddleston & William Shakespeare

The "Avengers: Infinity War" star reveals how he first got hooked on The Bard and details his recent production of "Hamlet."

1 h 7 mins
4/25/18
3. THE PINES

3. THE PINES

We trace The Pines’ closeted past to its present day sex and party-forward atmosphere. We explore the architecture of Pines homes via Horace Gifford and the impact of Pines owner John Whyte who brought celebrity.

48 mins
7/13/23
2. CHERRY GROVE

2. CHERRY GROVE

We explore how Cherry Grove became the birthplace of Drag and Disco, contrast the quaint cottages to the Pines’ mansions, landmark venues of The Ice Palace and The Monster and the queer female population. Follow @jessxnyc on IG for everything Finding Fire Island!

45 mins
7/6/23
Broadway’s Sherz Aletaha (Merrily We Roll Along): Solar Eclipse of the Heart

Broadway’s Sherz Aletaha (Merrily We Roll Along): Solar Eclipse of the Heart

Sherz shares! Sherz Aletaha joins The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul on the day of the 2024 Solar Eclipse to talk all things making her Broadway debut in Merrily We Roll Along, meeting Meryl Streep, bringing her authentic self to every role and more.

58 mins
Apr 15
The Notebook Musical Broadway Opening Carpet: Nicholas Sparks, Ingrid Michaelson & More

The Notebook Musical Broadway Opening Carpet: Nicholas Sparks, Ingrid Michaelson & More

Bonus Episode Alert! Podcast history is being made - this is the first ever crossover episode event featuring Robert Peterpaul host of The Art of Kindness Podcast and Samantha Tuozzolo, co-host of Survival Jobs: A Podcast.

58 mins
Mar 26
#64 Doll/Girl with Murphy Taylor Smith

#64 Doll/Girl with Murphy Taylor Smith

Actress, musician, and composer/lyricist Murphy Taylor Smith is breaking barriers for trans women in the arts. U Guys, this week's BroadwayWorld Recap has some crazy Bway updates, brought to you by BroadwayWorld.com.

51 mins
Apr 8
Chapter 2: Make it like Greece!

Chapter 2: Make it like Greece!

Holly and Chris’s dreams come true as they chat with members of the original cast of Carrie the Musical over wine, including Charlotte D’Amboise (Chris), Sally Ann Triplett (Sue) and legendary OG Carrie White herself, Linzi Hateley, not to mention several members of the half-British, half-American ensemble and crew.

1 h 6 mins
1/27/21
Tony Winner J. Harrison Ghee (Some Like It Hot): Free Yourself to See Yourself

Tony Winner J. Harrison Ghee (Some Like It Hot): Free Yourself to See Yourself

Tony Award winner J. Harrison Ghee joins The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul to discuss their transformative Some Like It Hot journey, taking intentional time to rest and more. J.

56 mins
Mar 25
SUFFS - A Post Show Analysis

SUFFS - A Post Show Analysis

In this episode, we discuss the new musical SUFFS. Please note that this episode will contain spoilers about the show. If you haven't seen the show yet, you can catch SUFFS playing at The Music Box. Follow and connect with all things @HalfHourPodcast on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube.

29 mins
Apr 19
BONUS: Broadway in Detroit 2024 (feat. Amber Rasho)

BONUS: Broadway in Detroit 2024 (feat. Amber Rasho)

For an extra special episode we're joined by Amber Rasho of Broadway in Detroit to talk about the upcoming season and what goes into a theatrical tour. If you want to grab your season passes for Broadway in Detroit just click here!

30 mins
Mar 18
Welcome to the Rock! - Episode 1

Welcome to the Rock! - Episode 1

Welcome to the podcast series, “Welcome to the Rock!” A behind the curtain of the musical hit Come From Away. Listen to the incredible real-life story of the passengers from all over the world that were grounded in the small town of Gander, Newfoundland in the wake of the events of 9/11.

29 mins
11/27/19
#284 - Gutenberg the Musical (feat. Brent Black)

#284 - Gutenberg the Musical (feat. Brent Black)

"Words, words, words!" Grab your different hats with names on it, and stunt casting because today we're joined by unofficial third host Brent Black to talk about Gutenberg! The Musical! Hosts: Jesse McAnally & Andrew DeWolf. Podcast Edited By: Andrew DeWolf.

1 h 17 mins
Feb 15
8. WINTER

8. WINTER

“Another Winter in a Summer Town” - Grey Gardens. We hear stories of fires and hurricanes on Fire Island which often threaten to destroy it. Plus — Halloween, Christmas and New Year’s and how to survive winter on the island with several year-rounders.

37 mins
8/17/23
FIDDLER ON THE ROOF with Glenn Rosenblum

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF with Glenn Rosenblum

On our very first full length episode, Jeff discusses his favorite (feminist) musical from 1964 with guest Glenn Rosenblum, finally gives Fruma Sarah the attention she deserves, and explores how FIDDLER ON THE ROOF became the Jewish musical that every culture has adopted as its own.

1 h 21 mins
11/24/19
Episode 135: GO INTO YOUR DANCE: The Queer Backstage Novels of Bradford Ropes, part 3

Episode 135: GO INTO YOUR DANCE: The Queer Backstage Novels of Bradford Ropes, part 3

My guest again this week is author Maya Cantu who returns for the third and final part of our conversation about her fascinating book: Greasepaint Puritan — Boston to 42nd Street in the Queer Backstage Novels of Bradford Ropes.

42 mins
Mar 7
Episode 1 - George M. Cohan & The Immigrants That Invented Broadway

Episode 1 - George M. Cohan & The Immigrants That Invented Broadway

In this episode, host David Armstrong, along with special guest, Albert Evans, begin to tell the amazing story of how Immigrants, Jews, Queers, and African-Americans invented America's signature art form -- the Broadway Musical.

26 mins
4/29/20
6. LEGENDS & LORE

6. LEGENDS & LORE

We illuminate tales of Liza Minnelli, Carol Channing, Andy Warhol, Jerry Herman, Calvin Klein, Robert Mapplethorpe, Truman Capote, Andy Cohen, Sarah Jessica Parker and Madonna on Fire Island. Plus, the filming of “The Normal Heart” and cultural treasure troves discovered in Pines homes.

41 mins
8/3/23
Chapter 3: Stratford: Doesn't anybody ever get it right?

Chapter 3: Stratford: Doesn't anybody ever get it right?

Rehearsals for Carrie the Musical continue in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. But as the show hurtles towards its opening night, the cast soon feel like they’re working on two very different shows, and the frustration of the writing team grows as they’re cut out of the creative process.

1 h 8 mins
2/3/21
Ep160 - Yardén Barr, Grizabella on Royal Caribbean Cruise Line's Oasis of the Seas

Ep160 - Yardén Barr, Grizabella on Royal Caribbean Cruise Line's Oasis of the Seas

"A couple of cast mates and I have thought of a familial relationship for Grizabella that I haven’t heard theorized before. Maybe she is Gus’ daughter and when she left, that’s why Jellylorem started taking care of him.

42 mins
Apr 9
HEATHERS w/ Chelsea Williams

HEATHERS w/ Chelsea Williams

"What's your damage?" CONTENT WARNING: This episode covers a show that contains and discusses suicide, sexual assault, and mental illness. Please listen with caution. We're venturing back to Off-Broadway with the musical that launched a thousand nodes and a million TikTok accounts...we're talking HEATHERS, y'all.

2 h 13 mins
Jan 4
Moose Murders Becomes the Biggest Flop in Broadway History

Moose Murders Becomes the Biggest Flop in Broadway History

The second season of Closing Night is set to premiere this June. But while we all eagerly await the curtain rising on our next act, here's a story about a show that famously closed on its opening night.

20 mins
Feb 22
#2 - Jordan Tyson on The Notebook

#2 - Jordan Tyson on The Notebook

Water on stage. Developing trust. The opening night of our lives. “I am seeing myself – it’s so emotional – in all the women who I’ve strived to be like.” Jordan Tyson is in the opening night of her life. It’s her Broadway debut and The Notebook is proving true what the magic of Broadway can be.

41 mins
Apr 2
JEKYLL & HYDE with Rebecca Spencer

JEKYLL & HYDE with Rebecca Spencer

Time to celebrate (and modulate) this year's spooky season with an episode on the gothic pop musical sensation JEKYLL & HYDE. Not only is this listener request's road to Broadway an epic journey, so is our guest's relationship to it.

1 h 17 mins
10/22/23
BONUS: Wicked (2024) Trailer Reaction

BONUS: Wicked (2024) Trailer Reaction

Jess and Andrew sat down to watch the new Wicked Trailer, and document their reactions for your listening pleasure! You ain't ready for our hot takes yet. We also compare the Wicked film to the recently announced Moana Sequel that will be releasing on the SAME DAY!

30 mins
Feb 13
Episode II: Tooth

Episode II: Tooth

“What’s the worst thing that ever happened to you?” Melanie Lavin, Adam’s assistant, left alone, goes searching for clues in the woods. · Paul Guyet as Soothing Male Voice. · Meg MacCary as Laura. · Keilly McQuail as Melanie Lavin. · Michelle Beck as Steph.

12 mins
6/29/21
Episode 1 - Welcome to The Flame

Episode 1 - Welcome to The Flame

Jamie (Ellie Brigida), the owner of the Flame, everyone's favorite LGBTQ bar, is having a rough day. It's the anniversary of when her proposal was rejected by her ex-girlfriend Rachel (Chilina Kennedy) and all she wants to do is marathon Buffy Season Six.

23 mins
6/2/21
#16 - The Winner Family Reacts to the FBI Raid on Mar-a-Lago

#16 - The Winner Family Reacts to the FBI Raid on Mar-a-Lago

Reality Winner and Billie Winner-Davis, Reality’s mother, react to the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago, discuss Reality’s recent petition for clemency and how current events have impacted the family.

22 mins
1/13/23
#1 - The Interrogation

#1 - The Interrogation

On June 3, 2017, 11 FBI interrogators surprised Air Force crypto-linguist Reality Leigh Winner at her home in Augusta, Georgia, accusing her of leaking classified information proving Russian Interference in the 2016 election.

26 mins
10/18/21
4. TEA

4. TEA

We focus on the legendary parties Fire Island is known for, beginning with the history of The Tea Dance and DJ Lina Bradford’s 10-year reign in The Pines. We detail The Morning Party, The Underwear Party and The Pines Party.

49 mins
7/20/23
Usual Girls and Femme Sex and Sexuality, Part One

Usual Girls and Femme Sex and Sexuality, Part One

The first of a critical two-part discussion, this episode focuses on Ming Peiffer’s USUAL GIRLS. The play premiered in 2018 at Roundabout Underground for an extended, sold-out run.

1 h 2 mins
9/11/20
 Episode 10 - Jennifer Lucy Cook, T.J. Pieffer and Shelby Solla: SALEM

Episode 10 - Jennifer Lucy Cook, T.J. Pieffer and Shelby Solla: SALEM

This episode features a discussion with Jennifer Lucy Cook, T.J. Pieffer, and Shelby Solla about their new musical Salem. Salem. Outlandish conspiracy theories; misinformation spreading like wildfire; and an infamously controversial trial in the early 90’s.

33 mins
Mar 26
7: Arpita Mukherjee // Decolonization

7: Arpita Mukherjee // Decolonization

Artistic Director of Hypokrit Theatre Company, an O'Neill and Lincoln Center Directing Fellow, Women's Project Lab (Director), Arpita's resume is endless.

57 mins
10/14/19
OH MARY! - A Post Show Analysis

OH MARY! - A Post Show Analysis

In this episode, we discuss the off-broadway production of OH MARY! Starring Cole Escola as Mary Todd Lincoln. Please note that this episode will contain spoilers about the show. If you haven't seen the show yet, you can catch OH MARY!

29 mins
Apr 10
BONUS: Nicholas Sparks Movies - Reviewed & Ranked!

BONUS: Nicholas Sparks Movies - Reviewed & Ranked!

This week for a very strange bonus episode, we're talking about ALL of the Nicholas Sparks movies -- from thee good to the bad to the VERY bad. Join Liz, Jess, and actress Miranda Moffat to talk about all of these films and rank them! Come join the fun.

1 h 36 mins
Mar 11
#60 - Park Hopper with Susan Egan

#60 - Park Hopper with Susan Egan

This PARK HOPPER episode of E-Ticket to Broadway features Tony Award-Nominee and Disney Icon Susan Egan! These short Park Hoppers are meant to get you from one episode to the next, and this star of Broadway's Beauty and the Beast is always a delight to have on the podcast to share her love of Goofy, The Disney Parks, as well as share more about Disney Princess the Concert!

29 mins
Mar 2
Chapter 4: Broadway: They’ll make fun of you, they will break your heart

Chapter 4: Broadway: They’ll make fun of you, they will break your heart

The eager Carrie cast arrives in the Big Apple only to discover that very little has been done to address the show’s major problems, and that the show’s set has been lost in transit. But there is one major addition: Betty Buckley, a big-name Broadway star has joined the company.

1 h 13 mins
2/10/21
Hanging with Bradley Jaden

Hanging with Bradley Jaden

This week Ramin is hanging with one of British Musical Theatre’s rising stars, Bradley Jaden. Bradley is quickly making a name for himself as one of the West End’s most talented leading men.

52 mins
1/31/22
Episode Two:  A Very Thrilling Engagement

Episode Two: A Very Thrilling Engagement

Jonathan and Lucy celebrate their engagement at a party hosted by her father, Dr. Wallace Westfeldt, at his home/asylum for the rehabilitation of the criminally insane. When Count Dracula shows up unscathed from the shipwreck in pursuit of Lucy, he is rebuffed.

15 mins
5/8/20
Award-winning Opera Singer Sharon Azrieli: An Aria of Arts Education, Philanthropy & Jewish Stories

Award-winning Opera Singer Sharon Azrieli: An Aria of Arts Education, Philanthropy & Jewish Stories

World-renowned Opera Singer Sharon Azrieli joins The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul to discuss giving back to arts education, amplifying the Jewish community and more under the kindness sun. Sharon Azrieli is a philanthropist and award-winning opera singer.

47 mins
Mar 28
S9 Ep1: Storm Lever & Jasmine Forsberg

S9 Ep1: Storm Lever & Jasmine Forsberg

Meet the queens of SIX on Broadway remixing history, bringing legends to life and celebrating a new version of Broadway that gives everybody the chance to soar. Host: William J Connolly. Produced by: William J Connolly/Darren Bell. sixonbroadway.com.

43 mins
Mar 5
#285 - Death Note the Musical (feat. Rachel Clare Chan)

#285 - Death Note the Musical (feat. Rachel Clare Chan)

"The earth will shake The sky will scream Once they feel the power of the hurricane!" Grab your murder book and apples because this week we're joined by actress Rachel Clare Chan to talk about "Death Note" the Muscial! Hosts: Jesse McAnally & Andrew DeWolf.

1 h 4 mins
Feb 22
EP 109- Beacon of Confidence: Writer and Producer Stephanie Alexandria

EP 109- Beacon of Confidence: Writer and Producer Stephanie Alexandria

Stephanie Alexandria drops by Black Hair in the Big Leagues with Host, Salisha Thomas Weiss! She was awarded Top 40 under 40 at Stony Brooke University, she is an award-winning journalist and writer/producer at MSNBC!

57 mins
Mar 28
7. MEN DIE & WOMEN BUY

7. MEN DIE & WOMEN BUY

We trace the rise of the HIV/AIDS crisis alongside women having more earning power and buying homes in Cherry Grove. Plus, we explore the emotion around The Meatrack and Fire Island’s response to the crisis with The Morning Party.

40 mins
8/10/23
5. THE INVASION

5. THE INVASION

We experience the very first Invasion of the Pines in 1976 as told by its leader, “Panzi,” and how the annual July 4th event evolved over the years. We go deeper on the history and evolution of Drag in Cherry Grove and New York City via Lady Bunny’s Wigstock and Drag Race.

44 mins
7/27/23
Chapter 5: Act One: Cardboard cars and unitards

Chapter 5: Act One: Cardboard cars and unitards

In the first of two special episodes, we take a close look at the original 1988 staging of Carrie, examining it song by song and scene by scene to try and work out exactly where things go wrong and why this show became so infamous in Broadway history.

1 h 7 mins
2/17/21
#241 David Guzman - Broadway and Film:  Hell's Kitchen

#241 David Guzman - Broadway and Film: Hell's Kitchen

Broadway and Film: Hell's Kitchen Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story, Hamilton, Newsies. Co-founder of @PLAYSPACE.NYC. Try out your own Broadway fitness program via an app at no cost and no catch! www.builtforthestage.com.

31 mins
Apr 1
THE COLOR PURPLE with Angela Robinson

THE COLOR PURPLE with Angela Robinson

It's our last episode of 2023, just in time for Christmas, just like the new film version of the stage musical THE COLOR PURPLE. It's a piece that has only deepened in our cultural psyche since it premiered on Broadway in 2005, but for those who experienced "the purple effect" from the beginning, this has always been a monumental work.

1 h 14 mins
12/24/23
#240 Steven Booth - recently a part of DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES on Broadway!

#240 Steven Booth - recently a part of DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES on Broadway!

Enjoy our chat with Steven Booth / @stevenbooth_verified who was recently a part of DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES on Broadway! Broadway: Tina: The Tina Turner Musical (Phil Spector/Terry Britten), School of Rock (Ned), Glory Days (Will), Avenue Q (Princeton/Rod u/s).

36 mins
Mar 25
BONUS - Chris Adams, Out For Blood

BONUS - Chris Adams, Out For Blood

"You know when people say they can taste colors… I kind of get that with CATS in a weird way." This episode features fellow Broadway Podcast Network podcast host Chris Adams who hosts a show called Out For Blood about the infamous Carrie musical.

37 mins
8/1/23
#196 - Mia Sinclair Jenness

#196 - Mia Sinclair Jenness

EMMY Award Winner and Broadway star, Mia Sinclair Jenness joins us to Take A Bow and bares all about her journey through growing up in the Entertainment industry. This episode has it all from education, memories, advice, and tons of laughs.

1 h 42 mins
Mar 15
The Epic Metamorphosis of Hadestown (S3E1)

The Epic Metamorphosis of Hadestown (S3E1)

On paper, Hadestown should have never worked. Originally starting as a "folk opera" in a small town in Vermont in 2006, the show would undergo a 13 year journey culminating in it becoming a Broadway smash.

1 h 8 mins
6/28/21
DEAR EVAN HANSEN (Part 1) & The Broadway Season w/ Ruthie Fierberg

DEAR EVAN HANSEN (Part 1) & The Broadway Season w/ Ruthie Fierberg

"All we see is sky for forever..." STORY TIME! Due to reasons, Broadway Breakdown is covering DEAR EVAN HANSEN in two parts...with the second part coming sometime between now and later.

2 h 15 mins
12/21/23
GUN & POWDER - A Post Show Analysis

GUN & POWDER - A Post Show Analysis

In this episode, we discuss the new musical GUN & POWDER playing at Paper Mill Playhouse. Please note that this episode will contain spoilers about the show. If you haven't seen the show yet, you can catch GUN & POWDER playing until May 5th at Paper Mill.

30 mins
Apr 18
TICK, TICK... BOOM! with Taylor J. Williams

TICK, TICK... BOOM! with Taylor J. Williams

A brand new episode mid week?? What is happening? Short answer: The Tony Awards. This Sunday we celebrate the most recent Broadway season by honoring the best of the best, and it just so happens our guest this week is one of the nominees! Taylor J.

1 h 15 mins
6/7/23
S4 Ep5 Oh My Pod, We're Breaking Broadway! Crossover Episode with Jayke Workman

S4 Ep5 Oh My Pod, We're Breaking Broadway! Crossover Episode with Jayke Workman

Today's episode is a crossover with Jayke Workman's podcast, Oh My Pod U Guys. Oh My Pod U Guys Episode Description: From Hairspray to Beetlejuice, to a Tony Nominated performance as Kira in Xanadu, Kerry Butler has one of the most extensive careers on Broadway.

43 mins
Feb 27
Broadway Bound: The Musicals That Never Came To Broadway Teaser

Broadway Bound: The Musicals That Never Came To Broadway Teaser

Join Broadway historian, director, and all around MT nerd Robert W. Schneider for a wild and exhaustively researched celebration of the musicals that had set their sights on Broadway but missed the mark.

5 mins
Jan 25
Episode III: Multi-Level

Episode III: Multi-Level

“If he had done this thing, I wouldn’t be talking to you.” “Nowhere to Run: Injustice in East Cleveland,” the investigative podcast that made Adam famous, follows the case of four young men wrongfully convicted of murdering sixteen year old Tabitha MacGill.

11 mins
6/29/21

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