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Conversations revealing the cultural and emotional impact of our favorite musicals in theatre history. On each episode of “A Musical Theatre Podcast,” Jeff welcomes a special guest to explore one musical from theatre history. Together they get to the heart of the show’s cultural and emotional impact by looking at its creators, context, and storytelling. Always fun and heartfelt, this is the podcast to celebrate the humanity of our musical theatre art form.
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We're Jimi (@asinhendrix) and Tommy (@MusicalMash) and we're obsessed with musical theatre. Like, really, we won't shut up about it. And now YOU get to listen, too! If you're looking for two diehard musical theatre nerds babbling on about Sondheim, then this is the podcast for you!
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Giving insight, from parent’s perspective, to the College Musical Theater Program Audition Process. Small group and one-on-one conversations sharing how we support our children through this exciting and involved process. Having been through it THREE times now with my sons (2014-15, 2018-19 and 2023-24), I know how overwhelming it can be. Hoping to help give you peace of mind and a sense of community. Follow me on Instagram, Facebook and Tick-Tock @processingtheprocessptp or message me with a ...
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If you are a musical nerd this is the place for you. Each season covers one musical or concept in detail giving you a complete history of the glorious art of musical theatre Website: outofthewingsmedia.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/outofthewingsmedia/
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Hi, I’m Caitlin! 👋🏻 I’m obsessed with musical theatre and red wine🍷, so I thought, why not combine them into a game? So this podcast is about me playing a drinking game while I enjoy a musical. You can follow along in your personal recordings of the show because unfortunately, I am unable to upload the songs into my podcast. 😢
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A podcast for musical theatre actors who want to take their vocal artistry to the next level by going deep into the music of musical theatre. We’ll be dissecting the songs, character and vocal archetypes, musical genres, and vocals styles of Broadway so that you can: 1) create a powerful audition book that showcases your artistry and actually gets you work 2) feel totally at home reading the musical score of a show 3) define your unique artistic voice 4) and craft a performing career you lov ...
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A career in musical theatre is hard, no matter how wonderful your training is or how developed your skills are, because of the vulnerability it requires, the rejection you have to continually face, plus all the fierce competition at every audition, and the head-games and negative self-talk we get into with ourselves. The Mental Game of Musical Theatre is all about helping you persevere through the mental challenges that inevitably come up along the way, while you’re pursuing, building, and m ...
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The Micro-Musical Theatre Show is a series of new and original Broadway-style musical productions. It's a front-row seat experience delivered every month to subscribers through an audio podcast – one of a kind, exclusive experience. A micro-musical is an original full musical-theatre production that runs about 60 minutes. Kinda like a radio play. Fans of musicals have the chance to tap into the incredible and emerging talents of the worlds of Broadway, Off-Broadway, and cabaret in NY. The Mi ...
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Musical director Joe Bunker explores iconic musicals with the help of the artists behind legendary Broadway and West End productions. His guests include Tony Award-winning writers David Yazbek and Jeanine Tesori, directors like Dominic Cooke, David Cromer, Jo Davies, and Jeremy Sams; and Olivier Award-winning actors like Bertie Carvel, Janie Dee, Adrian Lester, Jenna Russell, and Sophie Thompson. Filled with sizzling songs, quizzes, and scintillating conversation, Piece by Piece is a podcast ...
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The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society: Books, Film, Music, TV, Art, Writing, Creativity, Education, Environment, Theatre, Dance, LGBTQ, Climate Change, Social Justice, Spirituality, Feminism ...

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Exploring the fascinating minds of creative people. Conversations with writers, artists and creative thinkers across the Arts and STEM. We discuss their life, work and artistic practice. Winners of Oscar, Emmy, Tony, Pulitzer, Nobel Prize, leaders and public figures share real experiences and offer valuable insights. Notable guests and participating museums and organizations include: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Neil Patrick Harris, Smithsonian, Roxane Gay, Musée Picasso, EAR ...
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The Creative Process in 10 minutes or less · Arts, Culture & Society: Books, Film, Music, TV, Art, Writing, Creativity, Education, Environment, Theatre, Dance, LGBTQ, Climate Change, Sustainability, Social ...

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Ten minute highlights of the popular The Creative Process & One Planet podcasts. Exploring the fascinating minds of creative people. Conversations with writers, artists & creative thinkers across the Arts & STEM. We discuss their life, work & artistic practice. Winners of Oscar, Emmy, Tony, Pulitzer, leaders & public figures share real experiences & offer valuable insights. Notable guests and participating museums and organizations include: Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Neil Pat ...
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The Creative Process · Seasons 1-6 · Arts, Culture & Society: Books, Film, Music, TV, Art, Writing, Education, Environment, Theatre, Dance, LGBTQ, Climate Change, Sustainability, Social Justice, Spirituality ...

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For latest episodes of The Creative Process: Seasons 7 to 10 visit Apple Podcasts: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify , or wherever you get your podcasts. Exploring the fascinating minds of creative people. Conversations with writers, artists & creative thinkers across the Arts & STEM. We discuss their life, work & artistic practice. Winners of Oscar, Emmy, Tony, Pulitzer, leaders & public figures share real experiences & offer valuable insights. Notable guest ...
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Jack is a musical theatre composer, lyricist and writer. His current projects include 42 Balloons (Book, Music and Lyrics, Staged Concert at the Vaudeville Theatre in November 2022, Produced by Global Musicals and Alchemation), This Is A Love Story (Music and Lyrics, Commissioned by Vicky Graham Productions, Selected for BEAM2021, Workshop at Birmi…
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"I want to be wowed by the world. I want to gaze at it in awe and wonder. And I think when we take a step back and begin to appreciate the complexity of the interactions around us. We're taking note of a very porous between the self and the rest of the world. We are literally observing our enmeshment in our environment. And it's that kind of a refe…
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"I want to be wowed by the world. I want to gaze at it in awe and wonder. And I think when we take a step back and begin to appreciate the complexity of the interactions around us. We're taking note of a very porous between the self and the rest of the world. We are literally observing our enmeshment in our environment. And it's that kind of a refe…
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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. First up, the 2004 musical DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS, a show as raucous as it is sophist…
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It may not be a musical, but it sure is close... It's The Way We Were! It’s 1973. Watergate has happened. Barbra Streisand, Robert Redford, Arthur Laurents, and Sidney Pollack get together to re-create the weepy romcom in the non-musical—but musical-theatre-adjacent!—classic The Way We Were. We talk about: The Conflict: Streisand & Laurents versus …
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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. It is, most definit…
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"The Visit" by Kander and Ebb is a dark and twisty tale of a dish best served very cold, and it's based on Swiss dramatist Friedrich Dürrenmatt's play, “The Visit of the Old Lady.” The plot revolves around Claire Zachanassian (It just rolls off the tongue…), a widowed gazillionaire returning to her impoverished hometown to seek revenge on a man nam…
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Gus is an award-winning writer and composer from London and based in York, UK. His first full-length musical Pieces of String premiered in 2018 at the Mercury Theatre, Colchester. It was The Stage’s Best Regional Musical of the year and was nominated for the UK Theatre Best Musical Production award. For Pieces of String, Gus won The Stage Debut Awa…
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How does a changing climate affect our minds, brains and bodies? Clayton Page Aldern is an award winning neuroscientist turned environmental journalist whose work has appeared in The Atlantic, The Guardian, The Economist, and Grist, where he is a senior data reporter. A Rhodes Scholar, he holds a Master's in Neuroscience and a Master's in Public Po…
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"Right from the beginning, in talking with Park Chan-wook, we wanted this sort of multiplicity of narrative voices and devices. In a way, it's about how the story, in this case of the Vietnam War, has been told, what the expected story is, at least, for American viewers, which they may mainly know through the movies and through visual representatio…
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"Right from the beginning, in talking with Park Chan-wook, we wanted this sort of multiplicity of narrative voices and devices. In a way, it's about how the story, in this case of the Vietnam War, has been told, what the expected story is, at least, for American viewers, which they may mainly know through the movies and through visual representatio…
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What are the stories we tell ourselves to justify our actions in times of war? How can the arts convey complexity and foster understanding? Don McKellar is a highly accomplished writer, director, and actor. He has written films including Roadkill, Highway 61, Dance Me Outside, The Red Violin, and Blindness. He won the Prix de la Jeunesse at the 198…
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George Livings, originally from London, England, holds a degree in Acting and Musical Theater from Mountview Theatre School. He has a rich background in West End productions such as Kiss of the Spider Woman, Blitz and Forever Plaid, as well as the lead roles in the UK National tour of Godspell and the German production of Starlight Express. Upon re…
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"We ended on such a cliffhanger with Isaac presenting the wrench at the police station to Jeff Daniels' character. It allowed us to sort of start from a place of what's going to happen next? And I think because what is drawn in the novel and because of what Danny brought into the original script of the first season and all the ideas he brought in. …
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"We ended on such a cliffhanger with Isaac presenting the wrench at the police station to Jeff Daniels' character. It allowed us to sort of start from a place of what's going to happen next? And I think because what is drawn in the novel and because of what Danny brought into the original script of the first season and all the ideas he brought in. …
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What role do the families we’re born into or the traumas we experience shape the people we become? Do good deeds offset bad deeds? How can the arts increase our capacity for empathy, understanding, and kindness? Dan Futterman is creator, executive producer, and writer of Amazon Prime's American Rust, the acclaimed crime drama starring Jeff Daniels,…
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In this episode, Thos talks to the multi-talented actor, writer and composer, Asher Muldoon, about his wonderful five star show, Mine - A Solo Ghost Story Musical - a multi-layered masterpiece of musical story telling. How do you make a ghost story also function as a comedy? How do you read an audience to amend your performance? And how do both Son…
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Ian Kowalski Ian (he/him) is a graduate of the Performing Arts program at O'Neill Collegiate and Vocational Institute and the Media Production Program at Toronto Met University (fka Ryerson). As a lifelong performer and lover of the arts, he is passionate about creating a platform for artists to express themselves as authentically as possible in te…
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Steven Pasquale is an American actor of stage and screen. His stage credits include: A Man of No Importance[Off-Broadway], Little Fish[Off-Broadway], The Bridges of Madison County[Broadway], The Wild Party[Off-Broadway], The Robber Bridegroom[Off-Broadway], Assassins[Off-Broadway], Teeth[Off-Broadway] Steven has a couple of albums including 'Someth…
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Jeff Whiting is an award-winning director and choreographer, acclaimed as a 'director with a joyous touch' by the New York Times, Jeff Whiting specializes in work for theater, television, special events and concerts around the world, including James Taylor, Bette Midler, Steve Martin, Tony Bennett, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Sting. On Broadway, Jeff…
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“What I think will stay with you for an entire lifetime is to be equipped with the capacity and the tools to find wonder in the world. And that is to find a language for that world, which is supplied through a folk tale, mythology, literature, poetry, and song. And then to also to have the kind of knowledge basis. I still think we suffer from this …
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With the joyous news of the return of Potty the Plant to the EdFringe in 2024, join Thos as he talks to the three people behind this quirky, subversive and hiliarous musical to discuss all things Potty. Find out about its journey from short film to five-star theatre musical cult and what made it the MusicalTalk's Pick of the Edinburgh Fringe in 202…
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“The idea of a kind of inert world that is simply there for our pleasure, enjoyment, and exploitation has proved to be catastrophically mistaken because we see it with flooding, we see it with forest fires. We see it with acidification of the oceans. We see it with the continuing rise in temperatures that the world itself, the more-than-human world…
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How has tourism and writing about travel contributed to the ecological degradation of the planet?How does language influence perception and our relationship to the more-than-human world? Michael Cronin is an Irish academic specialist in culture, travel literature, translation studies, and the Irish language. He has taught in universities in France …
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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. Joining us is STEEL PIER's all-time biggest fan, Colden Lamb. No matter what you might think of this show, it might be time…
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James Beeny and Gina GeorgioWith a background in the music industry, guitarist James and pianist Gina made their theatre debut with new British musical The Dreamers. In 2018, the production underwent a two-week workshop at the Victoria Palace Theatre with a West End cast and creative team, which was followed by four fully-staged workshop performanc…
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Dustin O’Halloran is a pianist and composer and member of the band A Winged Victory for the Sullen. Winner of a 2015 Emmy Award for his main title theme to Amazon's comedy drama Transparent, he was also nominated for an Oscar, a Golden Globe, and a BAFTA for his score for Lion, written in collaboration with Volker Bertelmann (aka Hauschka). He has …
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"The album 1 0 0 1 is really like a journey from our connection with nature to where we are now, in this moment where we're playing with technology. We're almost in this hybrid space, not fully understanding where it's going. And it's very deep in our subconscious and probably much greater than we realize. And it sort of ends in this space where th…
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What will happen when Artificial General Intelligence arrives? What is the nature of consciousness? How are music and creativity pathways for reconnecting us to our humanity and the natural world? Dustin O’Halloran is a pianist and composer and member of the band A Winged Victory for the Sullen. Winner of a 2015 Emmy Award for his main title theme …
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Join hosts Nick Hutson and Hannah Budd on a captivating journey through London's theatrical landscape as they dive into the vibrant worlds of Opening Night at the Gielgud Theatre and Priscilla: The Party at the Outernet Venue. In this episode of MusicalTalk, Nick shares his first impressions of Priscilla, delving into the glitz, glamour, and unexpe…
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Jeffrey Rosen is President and CEO of the National Constitution Center, where he hosts We the People, a weekly podcast of constitutional debate. He is also a professor of law at the George Washington University Law School and a contributing editor at The Atlantic. Rosen is a graduate of Harvard College, Oxford University, and Yale Law School. He is…
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"That idea of planting seeds for future generations came from the Tusculan Disputations. There’s something especially empowering about Cicero. And it's very striking that Thomas Jefferson and John Adams and so many in the Founding Era viewed this manual about overcoming grief as the definition for achieving happiness. And I think it's because it's …
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