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The Quiet Part Out Loud

Have you ever wondered how your favorite performer actually feels? Well, here’s your chance! Tony nominee and psychotherapist Bobby Steggert dives deep with Broadway's finest. Part interview/part therapy, he goes right to the heart of things with some of your favorite artists - What they still struggle with.

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Ep14- John Tartaglia - The Imagination Part

Ep14- John Tartaglia - The Imagination Part

John Tartaglia (Avenue Q, Fraggle Rock) grew up with the single-minded goal of one day working for Jim Henson and the Muppets. Now, forty years later, he is the creative supervisor for Fraggle Rock, the very show that helped him heal from his parents' divorce and envision a future of creative success.

46 mins
Jul 24
Ep13 - Gavin Creel - The Shame Part

Ep13 - Gavin Creel - The Shame Part

Gavin Creel is a Tony winner and all-around Broadway royalty, but he is not immune to a history of shame and self-doubt. Bobby and Gavin share a common story of growing up gay and being rejected by a culture that led to patterns of self-rejection that they both still navigate, while also sharing how they've healed through self-acceptance and community.

51 mins
Jul 17
Ep12- Alexandra Silber - The Survival Part

Ep12- Alexandra Silber - The Survival Part

Alexandra Silber is a true renaissance woman - an actor, singer, writer, director, teacher, and advocate. She also happens to be one of Bobby's best friends. Al shares her Survival Part - one that she has relied on throughout harrowing experiences of loss and serious illness.

43 mins
Jul 10
Ep11- Gideon Glick - The Joyful Part

Ep11- Gideon Glick - The Joyful Part

Gideon Glick (Tony nominee, To Kill a Mockingbird) shares his joyful part - not just a state of being, but a part that consciously shares with others through the simple act of connection.

33 mins
Jul 3
Ep10- Ali Stroker - The Anxious Part

Ep10- Ali Stroker - The Anxious Part

Ali Stroker (Oklahoma!) is a Tony winning actress and singer, a writer and advocate, a wife and a mother. She also lives with a disability that is the result of a spinal cord injury she sustained when she was two years old.

46 mins
Jun 26
Ep9- Alli Mauzey - The Free Spirit Part

Ep9- Alli Mauzey - The Free Spirit Part

Alli Mauzey (Kimberly Akimbo) has a freedom and flexibility on stage that makes her a wonder to watch. She shares her free spirit part, which allows her to risk and bush the boundaries, yet it's not a part of her that always came totally naturally.

40 mins
Jun 19
Ep8 - Brandon Uranowitz - The People Pleaser Part

Ep8 - Brandon Uranowitz - The People Pleaser Part

Brandon Uranowitz (Tony winner, Leopoldstadt) opens up about a legacy of people pleasing that began in childhood as an effort to reach social acceptance and professional success. His current success, however, is only possible through commitment to an authenticity defined on his own terms.

44 mins
Jun 12
Ep7 - Celia Keenan-Bolger - The Self-Reliant Part

Ep7 - Celia Keenan-Bolger - The Self-Reliant Part

Celia Keenan-Bolger (Mother Play, The Gilded Age, To Kill a Mockingbird) learned as a young girl that self-sufficiency and a responsibility towards the larger good was what made her belong in a family that valued service above all else.

44 mins
Jun 5
Ep6 - Claybourne Elder - The People Pleaser Part

Ep6 - Claybourne Elder - The People Pleaser Part

Claybourne Elder (The Gilded Age, Company) is one of the nicest guys in show business. What follows is a surprising and vulnerable conversation about the personal costs of people pleasing, even when it might make others more comfortable.

32 mins
May 29
Ep5 - Whitney Bashor - The Perfectionist Part

Ep5 - Whitney Bashor - The Perfectionist Part

Whitney Bashor (MJ, The Bridges of Madison County) has the voice of an angel. And what are angels other than perfect? In this episode, Whitney discusses the origins of her perfectionism, which drove her as a child through obedience, body image, and achievement.

41 mins
May 22
Ep4 - Daniel Isaac - The Good Boy Part

Ep4 - Daniel Isaac - The Good Boy Part

Daniel Isaac just finished a seven year run on the hit TV show Billions. He shares the story of his "good boy" part. He’s the son of a single mother, a Korean immigrant and devout Christian who he felt an intense responsibility to represent.

46 mins
May 15
Ep3 - Ben Cook - The Expectations Part

Ep3 - Ben Cook - The Expectations Part

Ben and Bobby met doing the Broadway revival of Ragtime. Ben was 11, Bobby was 27. Fast forward, now Ben is 26 and starring in the Broadway production of Illinoise. He is on the verge of a big moment, one that he is intent on staying present and grateful for, no matter how it unfolds.

38 mins
May 8
Ep2 - Shannon Tyo - The Storyteller Part

Ep2 - Shannon Tyo - The Storyteller Part

Shannon Tyo (2023 Obie Award for Sustained Excellence) is a prolific and versatile actor who can take on just about any role.

35 mins
May 1
Ep1 - Rory O'Malley - The Ambitious Part

Ep1 - Rory O'Malley - The Ambitious Part

Rory O’Malley (The Book of Mormon, Hamilton) is a fellow performer of inspiring perspective and heart and kindness. In this episode, we discuss the parts of us that are driven by ambition - how powerful it can be in the life of a younger performer, and how that ambition is so often driven by the need to be seen, to be validated, and ultimately, to stave off the pain of shame.

50 mins
May 1
Teaser

Teaser

Have you ever wondered how your favorite performer actually feels? Well, here’s your chance! Tony nominee and psychotherapist Bobby Steggert dives deep with Broadway's finest. Part interview/part therapy, he goes right to the heart of things with some of your favorite artists - What they still struggle with.

1 min
Apr 27

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