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Dear Multi-hyphenate, hosted by Michael Kushner, explores the full potential of an artist in show business. Are you unsure if you could do anything other than what your BFA allows you to do? Are you sitting on a project and you have no idea how to get started? What if others have cornered you into thinking that you are just an actor, or just a director, or just a producer? Let go of the rules and take agency of your full potential! Listen to me and my guests, the leaders of the multi-hyphenation station, as we dissect the mentality and possibilities about doing it all.

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#65 - Melissa Rose Hirsch: We Are All the Same, Afterall

#65 – Melissa Rose Hirsch: We Are All the Same, Afterall

“Birth is art. Birth is theatrical. Birth is a nothing to a something. Birth is a ceremony. Birth is a transformation. So, my art – my writing, my blog writing, my performing, my acting – has gotten ...
#64 - Roman Molino Dunn: It's Not About You

#64 – Roman Molino Dunn: It’s Not About You

“When I was younger I tended to think that I was an artist, and now I tend to think I’m more of an artistic collaborator… at least in my job. I’m certainly and artist at heart but when it’s for ...
#63 - Dani Stoller: Jewish Representation & Washington D.C. Multi-Hyphenation

#63 – Dani Stoller: Jewish Representation & Washington D.C. Multi-Hyphenation

“For myself, I think for a long time I was worried that if I got my mental health and spiritual health in check… then I would lose the things that made me a really good artist.” Dani Stoller is unapologetic ...
#62 - David Loud: Sometimes You Have to Learn the Hard Way

#62 – David Loud: Sometimes You Have to Learn the Hard Way

“To see your heroes fail,” continues Loud, “is to learn something really important at the beginning of someone’s career. Anybody can have a bomb. Anybody can flop. And to start out your career ...
#61 - Rye Myers: Hey Listen! Marketing, Producing, and Sponsorships in the Theatre

#61 – Rye Myers: Hey Listen! Marketing, Producing, and Sponsorships in the Theatre

“I think with mistakes and failure, you really learn who the other person is. Sometimes failure and mistakes are more informative to who your people are because then you really see who you’re working ...
#60 - Sarah Hamaty: Everything and Nothing

#60 – Sarah Hamaty: Everything and Nothing

“Art and business… we’ve tried to blend it but it’s very difficult because art lacks boundaries sometimes.” - Sarah Hamaty Buckle your seatbelts because Sarah Hamaty is a rollercoaster of emotion, ...
#59 - Brian Jordan Jr.: People See Me As Revolutionary

#59 – Brian Jordan Jr.: People See Me As Revolutionary

“I think collaboration is the birthplace for brilliance.” - Brian Jordan Jr.  Isn’t it amazing how in our industry you can move to one place just to get relocated in a new town? Brian Jordan Jr., ...
#58 - Christine Pedi: Drop Yor Pants And Go

#58 – Christine Pedi: Drop Yor Pants And Go

“I just love the warmth of being in a cabaret. It’s my favorite place to be next to a Broadway theatre. Maybe more so because you get food.” Multi-hyphenates don’t always start as actors. Theatre ...
#57 - Leigh Silverman: What is Essential?

#57 – Leigh Silverman: What is Essential?

“It is, I think in the funhouse of this time, a very, very hard thing to feel like the job that you do and the way that you do it, and the life that you’ve chose as your north star is not there… ...
#56 - Josh Johnston: Wiping My Feet at the Door

#56 – Josh Johnston: Wiping My Feet at the Door

“You’re only the new kid in town once. I disagree with that. You’re the new kid in town every six months because everyone has a short memory.” - Josh Johnston.  Happy 2022, everyone! Born into ...

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