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
Ten ‘Til Places: A Theatre Podcast is hosted by actress, Aliya Gardner, who discusses her life as an actress and the ups and downs that go along with trying to succeed in the Theatre Community! She chats about her experiences as a local actress in the DC area and will chat with many other amazing actors and actresses who are all on the same journey to Broadway!
Like many of us, Eva grew up doing theater.
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.
They lost it at the movies—Broadway shows did, that is. Go past the silver screen with host Mark Peikert to figure out why these film versions of stage hits flailed in celluloid or superseded their origins.
My Broadway Memory, a new live, visual podcast — a celebration of memorable experiences at the theatre with Broadway’s biggest names. During each episode, a guest will choose a Playbill from their collection at random and take a trip down memory lane. In addition to discussing the actual show, Michael, Brian, and guests will discuss the headshots, ads, and other traits that make a Playbill a time capsule of Broadway history.