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Monday
Mar272017

Call Answered: Interview with Laurence Maslon, Broadway/Musical Theatre expert

Education has always been an important part of my life, which is why I continue to keep keep learning as much as I can. When I was asked to interview Laurence Maslon, an expert on Broadway/Musical Theatre, I jumped at the opportunity. We talked about teaching musical theatre history, famous students, favorite Broadway shows, PBS specials, & so much more! Laurence hosts the weekly NPR radio show Broadway to Main Street, which airs Sundays at 3pm on NPR affiliate WPPB/88.3FM!

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Wednesday
Mar222017

Call Answered: Interview with actor/playwright Sean Patrick Monahan

For the past 10 years I have been enjoying the talents of Sean Patrick Monahan in Charles Busch's Times Square Angel. Now, Sean Patrick is presents his original musical DIVA: Live From Hell, a devilish new musical that charts a high school musical nerd’s descent into madness. I'm beyond excited when I called, Sean Patrick answered! We had fun talking about everything from DIVAS to legends to angels! DIVA: Live From Hell will run from 3/23-4/9 at The Theater for the New City!

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Wednesday
Mar222017

Call Redialed: NEW video interview with Bobby Cronin, award winning composer (and creator of "Call Me Adam's" theme song)

From inside The Algonquin Hotel's New Yorker Suite, I caught-up with Bobby Cronin, award winning composer/lyricist (and creator/singer of "Call Me Adam Theme Song")! It's been a few years since Bobby & I have sat down for an interview so needless to say, we had lots to talk about: from his upcoming concerts (#Love Is Love at The W Hotel 3/26 7pm & Bobby Cronin & Friends at The Yotel NYC 4/19 8pm) to creating the "Call Me Adam Theme Song" to Winning New York, we reveal it all!

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Tuesday
Mar212017

Adam's Call: Del Shores' "A Very Sordid Wedding"

Hands down the best part about A Very Sordid Wedding was the way Del set it up. For those of us who were already fans of the Sordid Lives play/film/TV series, it's a real homecoming. For someone who has never seen anything Sordid Lives, Del has perfectly outlined who everyone is, what their relationship is to one another, & a brief history of their storyline. Despite a few cast changes, everything I love about the Sordid Lives brand was still there!

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Friday
Mar172017

Call Redialed: NEW interview with Lucie Pohl, actress/comedian

Last time comedian/actress Lucie Pohl and I spoke, she was starring in her one-woman show Hi, Hitler, now these two Jews are talking about her new show Apohlcalypse Now! which bangs together stand up, storytelling and character comedy. Expect bad language, bad decisions, a wedding, a break up, dead rats & wake up calls from Stephen Baldwin. Apohlcalypse Now! will play a very limited run, 4 performances only, 3/20, 3/21, 3/27 & 3/28 at Under St. Marks Theater NYC!

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