Antuan Magic Raimone

In This Episode

Antuan is a universal swing for Hamilton and you bet we’ll get into what that means during the episode. History is happening with Hamilton’s return to the Richard Rodgers theatre (you’ll be back seeing the SHO on Broadway September 14th), the And Peggy Tour tour is already starting performances in San Francisco and the story of tonight is The Eliza tour is back on stage at The Pantages in LA plus check out the the Angelica and Philip Tours… I’m bringing us back to the room where it happens. I…. want you to check out Magic’s autobiography: BECOMING MAGIC: A Path of Personal Reconstruction.

Antuan is the Soldier of Love where he says, “I believe in a world where love is stronger than fear.” Learn more on his website.

Here’s our conversation from June 26th, 2020, recorded for my live YouTube series: The SHO Must Go On…line!

Les go!

Thanks for listening to the 29th episode of bwaySHO: The Podcast!

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See Magic in Hamilton and read his autobiography Becoming Magic: A Path of Personal Reconstruction. 

I recently saw Magic at the TSQ Project and you can see photos from that on

Thanks to all the SHOtreons and special shout-out to the SHOstopper and SHOnanigans levels.

Andrea Gilderhus, Shannon Wheeler, Naomi Cotner, Judy Cotner, Alyssa Walles, Theresa Piliero, Cindi Howard, John Benson, Julie Larkin, Ashley Stasak, Lisa Michelle Martin O’Neill, and Eva Fink Clausen.

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Thanks as always to Khayle Braxton AKA Gedun for these Awesome Beats, Jelani Remy for the Beautiful Intro Riff, Alex Brightman for the SHO time promo, Chelsey Hill AKA Illustrating Diva, for the cool cover art, all the wonderful guests and all of you for listening!

Broadway SHOs are announcing their new opening dates. While we’re excited to see everyone get back to work, we must stay vigilant in our calls to make theatre a safe space for everyone involved. We need reports on how companies will be enacting anti-racist, anti-transphobia, anti-abelism and anti-abuse work. We can’t go back, we must move forward. 

Get your vaccine, wear a mask, be safe and let’s take care of ourselves.

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