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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.
 
The Take Me to the World Musical Theatre Podcast is all about musicals and is hosted by Alouise Dittrick. Whether on stage or on film if it's a musical I'll be talking about it. Some episodes will be about a specific musical, and other episodes will be focused on a wider topic in musical theatre. Follow along and nerd out over everything musical theatre with me.
 
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 ...
 
Do you love singing and performing? Do you wish you had the courage to learn and sing your favorite Broadway songs or audition for local shows? Are you aspiring to sing with confidence, embrace your gifts, and be more creative? Do you feel like an imposter when it come to the arts and like your gifts don’t measure up? Did you grow up loving theatre, but felt you could never be a star on Broadway, so why even keep singing or exploring the arts? I get it, because I’ve been there. But I’m here ...
 
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. 😢
 
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 ...
 
Giving insight, from parent’s perspective, to the College Musical Theater Program Audition Process. Small group & one-on-one conversations sharing how we support our children through this exciting & involved process. Having been through it twice now (with my oldest son in 2014-15 and my next oldest son last year 2018-19), I know how overwhelming it can be. Hoping to help give you peace of mind & a sense of community. I’m on Instagram @processingtheprocess - please go follow me there or messa ...
 
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I'm so excited to share today's interview with Hannah Thompson with you today! Hannah is an incredible performing artist who recently made a move to NYC to become a full-time performing artist after teaching and performing for years. In this interview, Hannah shares about: Making bold pivots, knowing that your path will unfold as it ought to Creati…
 
Born on St. Vincent and the Grenadines, an eclectic mix of races. Exposed from childhood by his grandparents and mother to a mix of cultures, foods and people developed an understanding of hard work and sacrifice, always giving 110% to what he does has indeed made for a unique individual. Having worked for MAC Cosmetics, Broadway, Tours, TV, Ballet…
 
In this interview I talk to David Weston, who spent a very long career in Shakespeare's plays. He was Ian McKellen's understudy in a world tour of King Lear. He kept a diary during that time which was published as Covering McKellen, which he followed up with Covering Shakespeare. I do some fangirling, and we chat about his career. Remington Campbel…
 
A disarmingly honest conversation about career, loving yourself (ie your voice), and taking on the identity of "artist." In this episode, you’ll hear Sasha talk about finding success in unexpected opportunities like workshops, readings, and cabaret shows. She also shares her honest realizations about fighting her “type” and coming to terms with her…
 
It might be the oldest title we cover on "A Musical Theatre Podcast" thanks to some well written listener requests! THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE found incredible success on Broadway over a century after it premiered there in 1879. Here to discuss composing team Gilbert & Sullivan and how PIRATES and their other iconic works changed everything is teacher…
 
Join us once more time as Colm and Thos conclude their epic chat about the Young Vic production of Oklahoma with a close analysis of the book and score. Has it been misunderstood for nearly 80 years and is Curly a villain hiding in plain sight? Or is that just a scandal and an outrage? It's certainly make your chicks and ducks and geese scurry!…
 
Your passion doesn’t sustain you, you sustain your passion! You maintain it, you grow it, you CHOOSE it again and again, even when you don’t “feel” it. If you are an aspiring or growing actor, singer, dancer, artist, or any other creative and you need help staying passionate when you feel unmotivated, listen in to my 3 tips for sustaining your pass…
 
From Japanese and American Southern roots, Grace has a taste for many cultures. And though she be little, standing at a whopping 4'10.5 (the half makes a big difference), she be fierce. She began dancing at 3, doing voice overs for radio and acting by 5 and became enthralled in storytelling and drama. Before graduating high school, she had already …
 
Episode 2: Oklahoma in Depth - Tradition and Revision: Join Colm and Thos for the second part of their in-depth conversation about all things Oklahoma, and find out what they thought of the recent re-interpretation of this evergreen musical which was on at the Yong Vic. Are Curly and Jud simply two sides of the same character? Can ballets in musica…
 
Matt is the President & Artistic Director of the St. Lou Fringe Festival. St Lou Fringe Mission Statement: ST LOU FRINGE BUILDS COMMUNITY BY NURTURING DIVERSE INDEPENDENT ARTISTS AND PRODUCING A WORLD-CLASS MULTIDISCIPLINARY ANNUAL FESTIVAL WHERE WE CHAMPION UNCENSORED WORK, CONNECT WORK-MAKERS TO AUDIENCES, AND EDUCATE AND ENGAGE THE LOCAL, REGION…
 
Today's episode is a short encouragement for you to get your hopes up! Put your hope in the right thing - God's path for you as a creative - as opposed to a specific outcome. This is the only real way to have sustainable hope on your creative journey. I hope this encourages you today as you start a new week and month! Major Update! Creatively Perfo…
 
Husband to Amy. Dad to Eric, Jaron, Wesley, Christian, Rana, and Meagan. “Who is that dude?” to everyone else. Ex-Wannabe Rocker. Past Present and Future Song Writer. Occasional Worship Leader. Reluctant Actor, Frequent Director. Current Teacher. “I read about Cædmon in my devotional book (Celtic Daily Prayer) in 2005. When I got the itch to ‘write…
 
With all London seemingly talking about the recent Young Vic production of Daniel Fish's reinterpretation of Oklahoma, join Thos and Colm for the first part of a in-depth discussion about the legendary 20th Century musical, Oklahoma. In this first episode, we look at the myth surrounding the show, it's legacy and the people behind it: Richard Rodge…
 
Are you an aspiring singer, actor-singer, actor-singer-dancer, or performing artist? You're probably considering voice lessons! It can be a little nerve-wracking to start with a voice coach if you don't know what to expect. Today's episode will help you know what to expect in your first lesson so you can walk in with confidence and excitement. List…
 
Script Here: Episode 2: Victor Hugo and English Operetta - OUT OF THE WINGS (outofthewingsmedia.com) Books: Citron, Stephen - Noel and Cole: The Sophisticates - 1992 - Oxford University Press Dickson, John - Bullies and Saints: An Honest Look at the Good and Evil of Christian History - 2021 - Zondervan Hammerstein, Oscar Arthur - The Hammersteins: …
 
I have a very special guest on the show today! I sat down to talk to my younger sister about her experiences with the arts so far. We talked about so many things, from singing in high school choir and how much we love Glee to the musicals we love and the impact of creativity on her confidence as a high schooler. And, of course, there are lots of la…
 
Discover how training your brain and neurological system can instantly yield more freedom, control, and flexibility in your voice. You guys, I’ve seen Kimberly Moller’s work first hand, and I have to say - it’s like magic! In this episode, I ask Kim all my questions about how neurology (all things nerves and nervous system) affects our voice. How c…
 
It's been a rough month, so we're taking a Christmas in July vacation this week to discuss one of the very few holiday musicals to be nominated for Best Musical at the Tony Awards: A CHRISTMAS STORY. Joining us for a conversation about this wild and nostalgic look at the Christmas season is a guest who was with this show from version 1.0 to Broadwa…
 
Nico Juber (she/her) is an award-winning musical theatre composer, lyricist, bookwriter, and Millennial mother of two. Her songs have been selected for and performed at the Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP) Art of Wellness Benefit, A Little New Music, The Latest Draft Podcast, New York Theatre Barn's New Works Series, McGuire & Simon Songwrit…
 
Katie is a member of the company ChopLogic which has its debut production 'Dots and Dashes: A Bletchley Park Musical' A musical ode to the unsung heroes of World War Two, at the 2022 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. More Info: https://linktr.ee/dotsanddashes
 
Ready to start your creative path in the performing arts but you keep coming up against obstacles and resistance? Listen to this for the encouragement you need. I’m doing a drop-in, virtual singing class tomorrow, Thursday at 6pm!!musical theatre-themedbeginner-level, all levels welcome13+If you're finally ready to start singing, get feedback, and …
 
Today's episode is about the one thing that keeps so many potential creatives and artists stuck. This thing holds us back from simply starting to use our gifts. So, let's talk about it! Today, I'm sharing 5 important steps to overcoming and dealing with imposter syndrome as a creative! I've been there, I still deal with it, and these steps always h…
 
To support the show and shop for second hand books follow this link: www.affiliates.abebooks.com/KeLedy Find me on Instagram: Remington Campbell (@remingtonadeney) • Instagram photos and videos Episode Script is available on my website: www.outofthewingsmedia.com Bibliography: (As it stands in this episode) Books: Dickson, John - Bullies and Saints…
 
In this 2-part series, I’m going to tell you exactly how to mark your sheet music so that the accompanist has all the information they need to play well and in sync with YOUR version of the song. Today’s episode covers how to mark the cuts inside your song, whether to use highlighters, what to do if you’re changing lyrics, how to clearly mark your …
 
Hey Creative! Do you love to sing? Do you want to learn to sing, but don't know where to start? Do you want to be a triple threat performer, but need to grow as a singer? Have you ever said that you're going to work on your voice, but you never do because you aren't able to take lessons? No worries! Today, I'm sharing 3 tips to start singing and gr…
 
Jennifer Ashley Tepper is a producer of the musicals Be More Chill, Broadway Bounty Hunter, and Love In Hate Nation. She is also the Creative and Programming Director at Feinstein's/54 Below, and the author of The Untold Stories of Broadway book series. She is the creator of The Jonathan Larson Project and historian consultant on the upcoming film …
 
I'm so excited to bring you along my journey every day this week with daily mini episodes on the small steps I'm taking to grow as a singer and performer. SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss an episode!-- For beginner voice coaching, go to www.creativelybyestelle.com/coaching or click HERE to schedule today! --> Click here to for a free download of my 5 Es…
 
Learn the 6 pieces of information that MUST be on the first page of your audition cut. Do you worry the accompanist won’t play your song the right way? Well, worry no longer, friend. In this 2-part series, I’m going to tell you exactly how to mark your sheet music so that the accompanist has all the information they need to play well and in sync wi…
 
Jocelyn is a musical theatre performer based in Toronto, Ontario. Since graduating from St. Clair College's Musical Theatre Performance Program, she had incredible opportunities to perform, direct, and teach. When Jocelyn isn't performing, you can find her running her musical theatre blog Both Sides of the Curtain and co-hosting fan favourite theat…
 
I'm so excited to bring you along my journey every day this week with daily mini episodes on the small steps I'm taking to grow as a singer and performer. SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss an episode! -- For beginner voice coaching, go to www.creativelybyestelle.com/coaching or click HERE to schedule today! --> Click here to for a free download of my 5 E…
 
I'm so excited to bring you along my journey every day this week with daily mini episodes on the small steps I'm taking to grow as a singer and performer. SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss an episode! -- For beginner voice coaching, go to www.creativelybyestelle.com/coaching or click HERE to schedule today! --> Click here to for a free download of my 5 E…
 
I'm so excited to bring you along my journey every day this week with daily mini episodes on the small steps I'm taking to grow as a singer and performer. SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss an episode! -- For beginner voice coaching, go to www.creativelybyestelle.com/coaching or click HERE to schedule today! --> Click here to for a free download of my 5 E…
 
I'm so excited to bring you along my journey every day this week with daily mini episodes on the small steps I'm taking to grow as a singer and performer. SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss an episode! -- For beginner voice coaching, go to www.creativelybyestelle.com/coaching or click HERE to schedule today! --> Click here to for a free download of my 5 E…
 
Let’s talk about 3 ways you can create contrast in your song choices and show your range of abilities and skills! So you’ve got an audition coming up and they want you to bring “two contrasting songs.” What do you choose? Do you find yourself paralyzed by this question? Or at a minimum, staring at your audition book with a dazed and confused look a…
 
Hey Singers! Are you new to the performing arts? Do you want to start singing again or for the first time, but you're too scared to start? If so, this episode is for you! I talk about 3 simple steps you can take to build your confidence as you consider taking the stage, stepping in front of the camera, or submitting an audition as a singer and perf…
 
It's Pride month, and we're celebrating with the drag mother of musicals: LA CAGE AUX FOLLES. Joining us to explore this traditional yet groundbreaking milestone is original Broadway cast member David Engel (FOREVER PLAID, SEUSSICAL, PUTTING IT TOGETHER). Please enjoy all the charming first hand accounts you could ever wish for plus a crash course …
 
Dennis Garnhum was hired as the Artistic Director of the Grand Theatre in 2016; a move that was a coming home for Dennis. Growing up in London, his theatre career began at the Grand with a role in Antler River at age 13. Since his return to London, Dennis has created several new programs: COMPASS New Play Development Program, 100 Schools educationa…
 
To celebrate Pride Month, Peter and Nathan are joined by the incredible Isaac Lamb and Stephanie Smith, director and musical director for a new and groundbreakingly queer production of Meredith Wilson’s 1957 classic musical The Music Man – which opens at Third Rail Repertory Theatre in Portland, OR, on June 17th. We talk about: – Theatre and church…
 
There are small ways we can grow as artists every day! I'm so excited to bring you along my journey next week with daily mini episodes on the small steps I'm taking to grow as a singer and performer. I hope it inspires you to take small action steps and I know this episode will encourage you too! -- Want to learn to sing your favorite songs or grow…
 
Today, I’m interviewing Jasmine Bell, a dancer, actor, and singer-songwriter who’s getting her Masters in Education and has a heart for the arts. She’s recently booked roles in commercials, CW’s All American, and more! And she has music coming out that you should all go check out! She and I met in college and she always had so much confidence, espe…
 
Ever wonder what you should be writing into your sheet music during rehearsal? When I’m music directing a show, I have a very specific list of things I want singers to write down in their score. These are stylistic choices that go beyond what’s written on the page, and when everyone performs them as a unified ensemble, the music elevates to another…
 
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