We in the theatre community are not known as a bunch who shy away from getting stuff done. We believe in standing up, speaking out, and using our voices to raise each other up. Theatre helps us heal, it shines a light on problems we face as a society, and it gives us a platform to make the world a better place.
Rob Ashford, Tony, Olivier and Emmy Award winning Director/Choreographer, discusses how he started dancing when he was 20, why its a natural progression for Choreographers to become Directors, and more.
All ashore who’s comin’ ashore! Let’s set sail on the SS American with evangelists and crooks as Jimi and Tommy talk about Cole Porter’s classic ‘Anything Goes.’ The lads discuss the many incarnations of the show over the years, why you should just sing ‘Let’s Misbehave’ and get a special visit from UK musical director Dan Glover!
Visual artist Yazmany Arboleda shares his experiences with the dark side, the power of creating art in public spaces, following your heart instead of working within the system, valuing yourself, asking for help, and his latest project Espejismo, which asks the question “When people see you, what would you like them to know?”. Check it out and share your own reflection at https://espejismo.art
Pour us another round as we wet our whistles pregaming for the weekend! This week Bryan, Kevin, and Kimberly chat with Jason Odell Williams and Rob Nagle (Church & State) over hard cider. Stay a little longer for part II of our Broadway Spelling Bee bonus segment with the non-profit Broadway Bound Kids!