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Call Answered: Interview with "Gay Geezer" Ira Lee Collings

When someone proclaims they have "Gay Geaser Power," how could one not want to find out more! At 82-years-old, Ira Lee Collings is showing us you can do anything at any age. After a 25-year absence from show business, Ira has returned to his performing roots & is delighting audiences with his cabaret show Life Is A Song - So, Why Not Sing It? at Don't Tell Mama. His final show is this Sunday, 10/29 at 7pm! Come celebrate Ira's last show as well as his 82nd birthday!



Call Answered: Interview with actor John Windsor-Cunningham

I initially heard of The Home Place because of my friend Polly McKie, who's starring in the show alongside John Windsor-Cunningham. When I was approached about doing an interview with John, I just had to say yes! In addition to being a world-renowned actor, John is also one of NYC's top acting coaches. He is currently starring in Irish Repertory Theatre's production of Brian Friel's The Home Place through November 19!



Call Answered: Interview with Akron Watson, "The Play That Goes Wrong"

Akron Watson first caught my eye when he was starring in the Broadway revival of The Color Purple. When I found out Akron was coming into The Play That Goes Wrong, now the longest running play on Broadway, I knew I had to go see him. The Play That Goes Wrong is THE FUNNIEST show on Broadway! Two-hours of non-stop laughter! I'm so excited to have been able to interview Akron. I just hope this doesn't become "The Interview That Went Wrong!" The Play That Goes Wrong plays the Lyceum Theatre in NYC!



Call Answered: Joint interview with Ali Ewoldt & Matt Doyle

Matt Doyle + Ali Ewoldt + Steven Reineke and The New York Pops = One Rockin' interview! Matt and Ali will be making their Carnegie Hall debuts alongside The New York Pops conducted by the illustrious Steven Reineke as they open The Pops' 35th Season with That’s Entertainment: From Skitch to Steven, a concert celebrating The New York Pops' founder Skitch Henderson. The concert will take place on Friday, October 27 at 8pm at Carnegie Hall!



Call Answered: Interview with actress Carey Cox

When I heard Carey Cox's story, I knew this was an interview I had to do! Carey is an actress with a mobility disability called Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. Fresh from her Broadway debut, Carey is taking on her next role in Everyday Inferno's production of GLASSHEART, a modern adult spin on Beauty & the Beast. From acting, Lin-Manuel Miranda, + an exclusive heartbreaking story you'll only read at Call Me Adam, we discuss it all! GLASSHEART makes its NY premiere at The Access Theater 10/19-10/28!