Musical Theatre fans will adore this light-hearted panel show that pits two celebrity guest teams from hit stage musicals going head to head to see just how much they really know about the world in which they excel. West End guests include Zizi Strallen and Charlie Stemp from Mary Poppins, Alice Fearne from Come from Away, Sophie Isaacs and Natalie Paris from SIX! and Oliver Tompsett from And Juliet.
Game of Shows is created and hosted by the internationally acclaimed composer and lyricist, Laurence Mark Wythe. Laurence is the creator of the award-winning off-Broadway musical Tomorrow Morning; he composed Midnight which recently played at the Union Theatre in London and GROWL! which toured with the NYMT in 2019 and other shows that have been seen around the world. He is joined by co-host Chris Stoddart whose many professional credits include Jersey Boys and Evita in the West End.
Now proudly part of the Broadway Podcast Network, Game of Shows is expanding the show to include star guests from the world of Broadway as well as the West End.
Welcome to the Buzzed Broadway podcast! Amanda Harrington and Sam St. Jean are your hosts who talk you through some of their favorite Broadway musicals. These lifelong friends recount their experiences sharing the stage together over the last two decades and discuss what makes Broadway so beloved. Add in a few cocktails or a bottle of wine, and you won’t believe some of the hilarious stories Sam and Amanda have to tell. So pick out a cast album, pour yourself a drink, and press play on Buzzed Broadway! Follow us on Instagram: @buzzedbroadwaypodcast
She attended musical theater camp and loved Broadway musicals. While a true passion, Eva chose to pursue a career in politics. She began by working for the Gore campaign during the infamous 2000 presidential election. She then transitioned to journalism, spending five years with ABC News as an Assignment Editor and Coordinating Producer, where she covered 9/11, the Iraq War, the 2004 Presidential Election, the death of Pope John Paul II, amongst others.
Celebrating two of New York City’s greatest fabrics: baseball and theatre. Born out of a passion for both Broadway musicals and triple digit fastballs, we attempt to show that baseball and theatre fans don’t have to live in such separate worlds, and maybe even break some stigmas.