Episode #39: Marc Kudisch Interview

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On this episode of Baring It All with Call Me Adam, on the Broadway Podcast Network, I am chatting with three-time Tony nominee Marc Kudisch.

We talk about the new musical podcast Bleeding Love, streaming on the Broadway Podcast Network, which was rehearsed/recorded during the COVID-19 pandemic. It also stars Annie Golden, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Sarah Stiles, Taylor Trensch, & Tony Vincent. We also discuss Assassins, 9 to 5, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and his guest starring role on Sex and the City!

Bleeding Love can be streamed, here, on the Broadway Podcast Network!

For more on Marc follow him on Twitter!

More on Marc:

Three-time Tony Award Nominee, Drama Desk Award winner and two-time Outer Critics Circle Award Nominee.

Broadway: Girl From The North Country (Frank Burke), The Great Society (Mayor Dick Daley, Lincoln Center), Finding Neverland (Charles Froman/Hook), Hand To God (Pastor Greg), 9 to 5 (Franklin Hart), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Baron Bomburst), The Apple Tree (Roundabout Theatre), Assassins (The Proprietor, Roundabout Theatre), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Trevor Graydon), Bells Are Ringing (Jeff Moss), LaChiusa’s The Wild Party (Jackie – Public Theater), The Scarlet Pimpernel (Chauvelin), High Society (George Kittredge), Disney’s Beauty & the Beast (Gaston) and Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Reuben).

Recent Off-Broadway: Girl From The North Country at the Public Theatre, Hey Look Me Over. At Encores/City Center, FUCKING A and The Wayside Motor Inn at the Signature Theatre, Hand To God at MCC, The Holiday Guys (co-creator) at The York Theatre, The Blue Flower at Second Stage, A Minister’s Wife and The Glorious Ones at Lincoln Center.

Recent Regional credits include: The Flamingo Kid at Hartford Stage, Unsinkable Molly Brown at MUNY, HAMLET at Yale Rep; Tartuffe at Westport Playhouse; Terrence McNally’s Golden Age at the Kennedy Center (Helen Hayes award nom.); Ricky Ian Gordon’s Sycamore Trees (Helen Hayes award), Michael John Lachusia’s The Highest Yellow (Helen Hayes nom.) and The Witches of Eastwick (Helen Hayes award) all for the Signature Theatre DC.

Opera: A Little Night Music and Pirates of Penzance for NYC Opera, A Little Night Music, Anatomy Theatre and Wonderful Town at LA Opera, Henry Kissinger in The New Prince for The Dutch National Opera in Amsterdam.

Film and Television: Late Night (Billy Kastner), The Tick (Commander Ty Rathbone, Amazon), Billions (Dr Gus, Showtime), Mindhunter (Roger Wade, Netflix), Limitless, House of Cards (Senator Henry Mitchell, Netflix), Unforgettable, Person of Interest, 27 East (Pilot); Gossip Girl, Blue Bloods, Smash, Sex and the City, Bye Bye Birdie (Conrad) for ABC TV, Break In (Val) for Lifetime, All My Children (ABC).


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