A Theatre podcast for people who are obsessed with theatre and have no desire to recover from their addictions. We talk about Broadway flops, scandals and new work. “Who Fails, Who Sues, We Tell Their Stories”
Cause an Effect is a podcast series hosted by Sheri Sanders where she skillfully seasons the ALWAYS hard conversations with laughter, thoughtfulness, and tons of tools for change. Sheri was inspired to create Cause an Effect to share her experience innovating Pop/Rock Musical Theatre performance techniques, with 86 musical theatre programs, over the last 10 years, while navigating a diagnosis of Complex-PTSD. Through interviews with innovators from every facet of the theater industry, live coachings, and pearls of wisdom only Sheri can imbue, Cause an Effect will offer tons of creative inspiration during an unprecedented moment in time.
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
An audio-play and a podcast all in one. Enjoy the play, comeback for the conversation. This season, we present DEAD WAIT: A JOURNEY IN AFRO-EXISTENTIALISM by Blaine Sparks-Teamer. A black comedy, DEAD WAIT tells the story of a modern all-American family: people who love each other but still wrestle with basic human fears: abandonment, poverty, death, and Los Angeles traffic.
Each week, Cheeyang Ng sits down with an Asian or Asian-American artist working in the New York Theatre scene and excavates their life story — how they grew up, how they got their start in theatre, as well as projects they’ve worked on and upcoming work that we should anticipate.