This is a recorded conversation from Broadway Podcast Network HQ at BroadwayCon 2020. Stay tuned for Part 2 of this conversation where we’ll talk about her role as Associate Choreographer for the Broadway production of SIX.
Turn those no’s into yes’s and make your own work. Scott Coulter tells us how he started his own company spot-on entertainment, and now produces concerts around the country. He explains how you can use your voice and passion for performing in other ways outside of broadway. Learn how to take control of your career the way Scott did.
#249 – Let’s Talk About Auditions (feat. Malcolm Atwood, Holli’ Conway, Karli Dinardo, Logan Hart, Taylor Symone Jackson)
There are only a handful of moments where you can feel your life change. The moment you say “I do,” the birth of a child. But performers can add another to that list: the moment you find out you’ll be making your Broadway debut. In an instant, you feel your life has change as a door you’ve always wanted to walk through finally opens.
Tommy Bracco / @tommybracco joins us from BroadwayCon with guest hosts, Kevin Jaeger and Kimberly Cooper Schmidt from the BPN podcast, Broadwaysted. Tommy talks about his time on Big Brother, his fitness journey, and just shares a ton of laughs with the crowd at BroadwayCon!
Alex Brightman is an actor and writer, best known for originating the role of Dewey Finn in School of Rock and the title role in Beetlejuice on Broadway, both of which earned him Tony Award nominations for Best Actor in a Musical. Other Broadway credits include Glory Days, Wicked (Boq), Big Fish, and Matilda the Musical (Michael Wormwood). Alex is also a member of the comedy group, The (M)orons, along with fellow Broadway actors/writers Andrew Kober, F. Michael Haynie, and Drew Gasparini. As a writer, Alex is currently developing two new musicals, The Whipping Boy and It’s Kind of a Funny Story with his friend and writing partner, Drew Gasparini.