Matt is bored sick in his job, but he is paid well and comfortable. Find out how he can get more motivated so that he is living life to the fullest.
Photographer Jordan Geiger shares his experiences with the dark side, transitioning from acting to photography, his upcoming move from NYC to LA, running a business as a freelancer, community, and being in a relationship with another artist.
This 5-part mini series brings you exclusive, behind-the-scenes content from the 2019 awards season, ranging from the Tony Nominations themselves to red carpets to press rooms and conversations with this year’s biggest winners. Part 2 – The Drama Desk Awards: Red Carpet: The 64th Drama Desk Awards took place on June 2nd 2019, at the Town Hall Theatre on 43rd Street. The red carpet was setup on the corner of 43rd St and 6th Ave, which is where the content for this episode comes from. The Drama Desk Awards are special in that they nominate from shows across Broadway, off-Broadway, and off-off-Broadway all in the same categories. Please be sure to visit https://www.dramadeskawards.com/ for more info about these awards.
This week Jess and Andrew are joined by the incredible Podcaster Kirk Hamilton of the “Strong Songs” Podcast to talk about Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s masterpiece Jesus Christ Superstar. There is intelligent music talk, a quiz show, and much love shared within this episode. It’s not to be missed!
Ilana and Sam sit down with Broadway’s SQUIP himself, Jason Tam! Fun fact: Jason was the very first actor to ever record the song “Michael In The Bathroom.” Find out why and how in this episode along with all the ways he approached the role, the freedom he was given to create the character both physically and emotionally, and what it is like to be a part of the ensemble of talented “ Iconis Family“ members. From growing up in Hawaii and starring in Les Misérables at 10, to his life as a soap opera star, to how the fans of Be More Chill have filled his heart and his life with so much joy, Jason’s raw honesty and his commitment to the work is so inspiring…but: so is the story he shared about the thing that Will Roland did on stage one night that made him burst into laughter! Jason Tam, let’s do this.