On this episode, we share our stories of seeing Moulin Rouge! The Musical on Broadway, heading back to Mean Girls at the August Wilson Theatre and traversing downtown to take in Soft Power at The Public Theatre – as well as a story of Rock of Ages’ Kevin Michael Raponey.
This Week: Tim Curry, Elaine Stritch, Bizarre Broadway Demos, Paul Lynde Loves Ramon Navarro, and the brilliance of James McMullen
Hey half-bloods, have we got a show for you! This time we are heading on a journey across America with everyone’s favourite demigod, Percy Jackson as we explore ‘The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical.’ Jimi and Tommy work out why this show is so faithful to the source material, analyse the many different characters in the show and discuss the fallout from the recent Broadway reviews, and why it may highlight a bigger systemic issue in the world of theatre critics.
Ep. 44: Beetlejuice Haunts Equity One! with the Swings of Beetlejuice! (Will Blum, Natalie Charle Ellis, Brooke Engen & Sean Montgomery)
The haunting continues as we speak to the super heroes of Beetlejuice, our swings – Will Blum, Natalie Charle Ellis, Brooke Engen, and Sean Montgomery! We hear about each of them and their journey to Broadway. We also hear about the ins and outs of being an offstage cast member of a Broadway show, the challenges and rewards of swinging, and what has made their Beetlejuice experience unique. March Madness and a new game called “That Beautiful Sound.” Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts! Rate and review!
In this episode of Baring It All with Call Me Adam, I chat with Helen Hayes nominated actress Leah Hocking. Best known for her roles in Broadway’s The Last Ship (Jesse), Billy Elliot (Mum), Mamma Mia (Donna Sheridan), Hairspray (Velma Von Tussle), & my personal favorite All Shook Up (Miss Sondra), Leah is about to star in the New York premiere of Enchanted April, a new musical.