The Spotlight Series delves into the inspiring world of Only Make Believe (OMB), a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing interactive theater to children’s hospitals, special education schools, and care facilities. With over two decades of heartwarming service in New York City, OMB has extended its reach nationwide, and host Patrick Oliver Jones is here to shed light on their incredible journey. Since 2010, Patrick has worn many hats within the organization over the years, having served as a volunteer, media consultant, gala assistant, and even a short time as a part-time staff member. And in each episode, he sits down with the remarkable individuals who drive and support OMB, from the dedicated staff and board members leading the charge to the talented actors who bring joy to children in hospitals and who perform in their annual galas. So join us for an intimate and behind-the-scenes glimpse into the profound impact that OMB makes in the lives of children and discover heartwarming stories and incredible moments that define this nonprofit’s exceptional mission.
Performer Robert Bannon sits down with the best and brightest artists to have in-depth, fun, craft filled chats with stars of Broadway, Stage, Screen, and Social Media. It could be the Tony Winner of the Moment to a Tik Tok Star going viral, literally there is something for everyone! This show is not about gossip, scandal, or gotch questions. This is a show about the journey, the craft, and a whole lot of fun!
Join us for special Red Carpet Events from Broadway Openings, NY Galas, to The Tribeca Film Festival! We cover everyone and everywhere! We will be uploading new chats weekly, so make sure to subscribe and join us!
Direct from over one million views on YouTube, “The Roundtable” makes its podcast debut with The Broadway Podcast Network! Follow us on on all Social Media- @RobertMBannon
The Theatre Thoughts Podcast began in November 2021 as an accompaniment to the Theatre Thoughts Australia website. Our first episodes began as a back and forth conversation on our favourite pieces of theatre and has since slowly transitioned into a platform to promote, discuss and feature upcoming, established, independent and professional artists and productions. This includes Leanne Cope (An American in Paris), Vidya Makan & Kala Gare (SIX the Musical), Yve Blake (Fangirls), and comedy duo Mel and Sam (Sh*t Wrecked, Not Hat, Not Play The Cabaret, High Pony). The purpose of the Theatre Thoughts Podcast is to bring conversations with the artists and creatives in all facets of the theatre industry to the ears of our listeners. We focus on, and promote, those who are changing the landscape of theatre, and cutting out a slice of the theatre scene to share their story.
“Pull out the stops! It’s Today!” Showbiz siblings, Kristen and Sarah Goodman, take a deep dive into their favorite Broadway shows at the Theater on Film and Tape Archive (TOFT) at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. These two queer theater kids grew up surrounded by entertainment, and now they’re roommates in New York City, living out their dreams as theater-makers, performers, and creative consultants. Join them as they journey through the Musical Theater canon, celebrating the good shows that shaped them.
Step into the captivating world of Broadway musicals with Closing Night, a new narrative theater history podcast. In Season 1, we explore the magical musicals that graced the stage of the Marquis Theatre, beginning with the controversial demolitions that birthed its legacy. Join us as we chronicle the rich history of some remarkable shows at one of Broadway’s youngest venues, unveiling their untold stories through rare audio clips and behind-the-scenes insights as well as interviews with industry experts, actors, and creative teams. We’ll relive the excitement and artistic energy that brought these musicals to Broadway and what led up to their closing night. Whether you’re a theater enthusiast, creative artist, or history buff, come enjoy this journey through some gems of Broadway that came and went from the Marquis Theatre.