#14 – Ashley Kate Adams: Marinate the Chicken

#14 – Ashley Kate Adams: Marinate the Chicken

Ashley Kate Adams had a total shift in gear after her Broadway show closed just a few weeks after she joined. This positive force of nature brightens any room she walks into with her sunny disposition and laser beam focus. Ashley Kate speaks about how she created her production company, releasing the need for affirmation, learning by doing, and well, marinating the chicken.

#13 – Rachel Brosnahan: Covenant House: Get Involved

#13 – Rachel Brosnahan: Covenant House: Get Involved

Emmy and Golden Globe Winner Rachel Brosnahan (Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel joins me on a conversation that focuses on Rache’s advocacy. Rachel may be one of the best actresses of our time, but she also is an amazing advocate for homeless youth and serves on the Board of Directors at Covenant House, which oversees programs for homeless youth in 31 cities in six countries in the United States, Canada, and Latin America. We talk about Covenant House’s gala Night of Covenant House Stars (held on May 18th, 2020), how you can get involved, and the importance of getting involved during a global pandemic. This episode also features a brand new song created out of Quarantine entitled I Miss, written by Jean Ann Garrish.

#12 – Remy Germinario (featuring Caroline Lagerfelt): Our Experience is Our Own Greatest Tool

#12 – Remy Germinario (featuring Caroline Lagerfelt): Our Experience is Our Own Greatest Tool

​Remy Germinario is a stand up comic who has also done the one man comedy Buyer and Cellar three times around the country. But can a stand up comic also be a dramatic actor? You bet. Remy Germinario opens up about his journey as a comic, sketch performer, and actor and how intention and support plays into a successful career. As a bonus, I have legendary actress of stage and screen Caroline Lagerfelt join us to chat about her new upcoming Netflix show Sweet Magnolias.

#11 – Cynthia Henderson: The Why Of It All (Or A Masterclass in Acting)

#11 – Cynthia Henderson: The Why Of It All (Or A Masterclass in Acting)

Cynthia Henderson is one of the original multi-hyphenates still leading by example. Not only is she a professor at Ithaca College, but Cynthia is Fulbright Scholar, working actor, producer, director, writer, and travels to some of the most dangerous parts in the world working on Theatre for Social Change. Cynthia literally knows what it means when art becomes life or death.

#10 – Elena Garcia: I Will Not Apologize

#10 – Elena Garcia: I Will Not Apologize

Carbonell Award Winning actor Elena Maria Garcia will not apologize. And she shouldn’t. Garcia is a tough cookie with the kindest heart. She is a warror of her art and continues to inspire artists from all over the world. A master improver, a brilliant teacher, a heart wrenching actor, and ballsy producer, Garcia pushes limits not only in herself, but in everyone she works with. She is full of life and jokes, and this episode is no exception. After listening to this episode, go and start that project you’ve been thinking about. Your muse will thank you. And you’ll thank her.

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