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A podcast for musical theatre actors who want to take their vocal artistry to the next level by going deep into the music of musical theatre. We’ll be dissecting the songs, character and vocal archetypes, musical genres, and vocals styles of Broadway so that you can: 1)create a powerful audition book that showcases your artistry and actually gets you work 2)feel totally at home reading the musical score of a show 3)define your unique artistic voice 4)and craft a performing career you love! E ...
 
Human stories behind science concepts and discoveries - dramatized with original music! Each season features a different historical science story, brought to life by a full cast of musical actors. History Science Theatre Podcast is a production of Matheatre. We use theatre to tell stories that inspire excitement about math and science. www.matheatre.com
 
Hi, I’m Caitlin! 👋🏻 I’m obsessed with musical theatre and red wine🍷, so I thought, why not combine them into a game? So this podcast is about me playing a drinking game while I enjoy a musical. You can follow along in your personal recordings of the show because unfortunately, I am unable to upload the songs into my podcast. 😢
 
The Take Me to the World Musical Theatre Podcast is a podcast hosted by Alouise Dittrick that's all about musicals. Whether it's on stage or on film if it's a musical I'll be talking about it on this podcast. Some episodes will be about a specific musical, and other episodes will be focused on a wider topic in musical theatre. Follow along and nerd out over everything musical theatre with me.
 
Atlantic: A Scottish Story is an 8-part musical drama inspired by the true stories of Scotland’s most remote and forgotten island - St Kilda. This exciting new podcast is written by award-winning musical theatre partnership, Noisemaker (Hi My Name is Ben, My Left/Right Foot, Oor Wullie) and produced by The Big Light - Scotland's podcast network. The series features a soaring original score and traditional Gaelic song, immersing listeners in a story about a community out on the edge of the wo ...
 
Bite-Sized Broadway: A Mini-Musical Podcast is a brand new musical theatre program brought to you by New York City's IndieWorks Theatre Company! Each episode features a new and exciting "mini-musical" presented as fully-produced radio plays, complete with lush orchestrations, captivating sound effects, and some of the greatest talent that Broadway, Hollywood, TV, and even YouTube have to offer! Each musical is followed by an in-depth discussion with its brilliant creators, introducing audien ...
 
Musical Theatre student in Brussels. Mixed views about nearly everything, but not trying to be the voice of reason, everyone is allowed their own opinion, and I won't shoot you for having your own opnion. Also meaning you don't need to bite my head off if you don't agree.
 
Lifelong broadway fans, theatre majors, and travel buddies Abbey and Cassidy attempt to reform the industry by reforming the musical theatre canon. Each week they will watch a different broadway musical and discuss whether it should “fly, die, or retry.” This Comedy Broadway podcast strives to provide contextual analysis while also reminding broadway fans of why they love what they do. Are Rodgers and Hammerstein woke? Which broadway musicals should be #cancelled? What do we do with problema ...
 
Pantochino is excited to share its unique plays with a global audience by “Broadcasting ‘Ridiculous’ Worldwide.” Meet Pantochino Podcasts! Favorite stories adapted and written by Bert Bernardi with original music by Justin Rugg will be released in Fall 2019. Voiced by Pantochino’s talented core company members, each podcast is a feast for listeners of all ages! Who does original musical theatre for a new generation of listeners? That’s Pantochino!
 
Monetizing Your Creativity explores how use your creative talents to pursue a career in film, television and related media (theatre, music, gaming, design, publishing). Industry veterans and mentors Marvin Polis and Fred Keating interview people who've been there and done that. Subscribe: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/monetizing-your-creativity/id1082894462?mt=2 Or search for Monetizing Your Creativity in your podcast app on your mobile device. Please leave comments and suggestions for ...
 
Opening Doors podcast, written and hosted by Meredith Shedden. Opening Doors engages creators, producers and fans of musical theatre in order to advance knowledge of the art form historically and in the present context. Opening Doors is produced by Meredith Shedden, Jim Shedden and Kevin Yue.
 
This is the Chesterfield Performing Arts Podcast. As a town of around 100,000 people, Chesterfield has a thriving performing arts scene from Amateur Dramatics, Musical Theatre to Live Music and Comedy; one Dance Dad explores this world of performing arts, one interview at a time. Expect interviews with teachers, performers as well as local producers and artists.
 
Hear me chat with friends and interview experts on everything about your career, other than how to sing, dance, and act. Basically, I want to share everything I wish I would have known starting out in Musical Theatre. Send me an email on what other topics you'd like me to discuss. I'd love your input. Thanks! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Podcast that is for Pop Culture interviews with Celebrities and Entertainment, in Theatre Plays, Musical Concerts, Festivals, Celebrations, Major Events, News, And More. Also Updates In My Life, Gloomy Moon Child, Otherwise Known as Kornelia Kiwi. As a Talk Show. Hope You Can Enjoy This show!
 
Sir William Schwenck Gilbert was an English dramatist, librettist, poet and illustrator best known for the fourteen comic operas (known as the Savoy operas) produced in collaboration with the composer Sir Arthur Sullivan. The most famous of these include H.M.S. Pinafore, The Pirates of Penzance and one of the most frequently performed works in the history of musical theatre, The Mikado. In 1890, Gilbert produced Songs of a Savoyard, (the source of this Weekly Poem), a volume of sixty-nine de ...
 
Theatre's longest running podcast is celebrating its 11th Anniversary season! Broadway Bullet features interviews with Broadway stars, and artists on the rise, from actors to designers, directors and writers. Covering theatre on Broadway, Off-Broadway, Independent theatre and more. Music from different shows and some live, exclusive performances. Its like an audio magazine with something new behind each segment.
 
Each week two classic theatre-nerds, Kate and Josh, explore a popular musical they know nothing about. Together they analyze the plot, characters, music, and history of the show; presenting it in an easy way for people to learn as much as they can in under 30min. So if you need to learn a show quickly for an audition, school, (or if you also feel guilty you know nothing about The Pajama Game) we have the podcast for you! Check out our instagram for more information: @wtf_bway
 
The Goblin Podcast is a kid's podcast featuring original musical stories, from acclaimed children's theatre makers. Each episode we’ll be bringing you new musical stories for the whole family to enjoy wherever you like. Our stories are full of catchy new songs and a lot of fun that will inspire the imagination of all ages. From The Legend of the Jazz Penguin (a musical adventure about a little Penguin looking for her sound) to Hey Diddle Diddle (a celebration of nonsense based on the nursery ...
 
Social justice meets theatre in this podcast from Playbill’s former Executive Editor Ruthie Fierberg. Artists and experts unite for curated panels, using plays and musicals (Broadway, Off-Broadway, and works in development) as a jumping-off point to confront societal issues such as racism, colorism, voting rights, fake news, digital technology addiction, the school-to-prison pipeline, anti-Semitism, raising LGBTQIA+ kids, and more. We help listeners grapple with hard questions inside a play ...
 
Fireside Mystery Theatre is original audio drama performed and recorded live. We're styled in the fashion of old-time radio theatre with a decidedly modern macabre sensibility! We perform once a month at The Slipper Room in NYC with a full cast, a live, improvised score, and musical acts that complement our anthology of stories. Join host Ms. Ali Silva and with her amazing company of actors and musicians for this varied series of thrilling and chilling tales! Also from Fireside Mystery Produ ...
 
We're Jeremy, Adrian and Drew, three drama majors from UNC-Greensboro. Every week, we're going to discuss a different play or musical, analyze it and pick it apart. Email us at upstagingpodcast@gmail.com with any suggestions you'd like to hear. Follow us on Twitter @UpstagingCast, or on Instagram @Upstaging.
 
This brand new poetry podcast began as a fun experiment between two like-minded artists who share a passion for music, verse and prose, one another's company, and the occasional Cote du Rhone. Intended to cover a variety of inspiring and compelling themes, it begins with pieces devoted to New York City, and continues on to some of the great male speeches of Shakespeare. Composer and conductor Daniela Candillari creates an original score set to recitation performed by Theatre and Film actress ...
 
A night of storytelling for the New York City life. Hosted by Matt Dellapina and including a range of musical, comedic, and visual guest artists, the evening aims to replenish the intricate charms and mysteries that first brought you to this island off the edge of America. Brought to you by SLANT Theatre Project.
 
From Stage to Screen (And Everything In Between) is a show for theatre lovers, cinephiles, and everyone in between. We are two theatre professionals, a filmmaker, and a jack of all trades who love the theatrical and cinematic arts. But really we're just a bunch of theatre kids and nerds who decided to get together and discuss the art of adapting musicals into movies, movies into musicals, and sometimes, both! Get ready for theatre history, nerdery, and hot takes on some of the most beloved ( ...
 
Soulpepper, one of Canada's largest theatres, is an artist-centred company that celebrates the stories that move us and the artists who tell them. The Soulpepper Podcast presents highlights from its weekly Cabaret Series, featuring intimate musical performances from established artists, exciting talent, as well as unexpected collaborations from Toronto's diverse musical community.
 
Your new favorite comedy podcast about musicals, cohosted by Broadway's favorite young couple Brendan C. Callahan (Sing Street) and Maria Dalanno (Mrs. Doubtfire). You heard us right, a podcast about musicals that isn't boring or preachy, with hosts who even know what TikTok is! Join them for good laughs, fun games, and hard opinions about community theatre productions and Broadway shows alike. Brendan and Maria don't take themselves seriously, but do take certain musicals very seriously.
 
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Today, we turn to some of Rodgers & Hammerstein's lesser-known (and less successful...) works, starting with the 1947 musical Allegro - a show that was ahead of its time but hasn’t been much produced since its original run in New York. We talk about: - Rodgers and Hammerstein as commercial Broadway producers, as well as a creative team. - The rise …
 
Are you constantly hitting a wall in the audition room? You know you have what it takes to play the role, but the director just doesn’t seem to get it? What you need is to identify your niche. In this episode, we’ll uncover the powerful concept of niche. We’ll discuss what niche is and how to identify your niche so that you can communicate clearly …
 
Want to support the show? Check out our Patreon! ➤ Get ready to delve into the warren of William Finn’s fantastical mind as we voyage into ‘A New Brain.’ Beautifully mirroring the mania of the show itself, this is a manic episode where we dart from deep, impossible discussions about unhoused populations, to analysing the changes between the origina…
 
"You said you loved me Or were you just being kind? Or am I losing my mind?" Grab you nostalgia goggles and bucket of regrets because this week we're talking about the Sondheim MASTERPIECE Follies. Our first Sondheim episode in nearly 50 episodes! We chat about the style, the narrative, and how effective it is. It's a great discussion and you don't…
 
1902. A steam boat arrives on Hirta with a new kind of cargo for the island; tourists. Fiadh and Ms Cameron come head to head. Sloane misfires on preparations for the wedding. And Evie comes to terms with her choice. 1964. Quinn takes stock on Harris. The final stop before St Kilda. Featuring: KIRSTY FINDLAY as EVIE MCCORMICK SEBASTIAN LIM-SEET and…
 
This week we chat with multi-Olivier Award winning actor, Joanna Riding. She has starred in the West End in Billy Elliot, The Witches of Eastwick, My Fair Lady, The Girls to name just a few. Most recently she played Sally in the acclaimed NT revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Follies. She’s just about to play Nettie Fowler in the Regent’s Park Open Air …
 
"Everybody wants to be a cat..." Prepare your scales and arpeggios because this week we're joined by Mikey Neumann of FilmJoy to talk about "The Aristocats Kids!" It's a hilarious episode, so give it a listen! Donate to Black Lives Matter here Social Media: Our WEBSITE Musicals with Cheese on Twitter Musicals W/ Cheese on Instagram Email us at musi…
 
Thos talks to musical theatre royalty, the amazing Kim Criswell, about her new show, the wonderful Rodgers and Hammerstein revue, A Grand Night for Singing, which is being presented at the Edinburgh International Festival this summer and brings together both well known and neglected F&H gems. Kim shares her thoughts on this great songwriting partne…
 
The audio version of Ruthie’s acclaimed Medium article: “What It Will Take for New York Theater to Come Back as the Industry and Community It Professes to Be.” Originally published March 23, 2021, the article includes quotes from 13 major industry leaders (Amber Iman, Bonnie Comley, Brian Pavilonis, Brandon Michael Nase, Clint Ramos, Damian Bazadon…
 
We're trying this new thing -- Jess and Andrew are using Ai Dungeon a musical theatre story in this new series! This episode asks, "What if Connor and Evan had to go avenge Zoe's death at a Pet Store?" It's... a weird listen to be honest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
1901 - Time has passed on Hirta as Evie returns to full health. John McKenzie returns to the island to herald the death of Queen Victoria. Sloane makes Evie an offer and Quinn reaches Chicago. 1963 - Quinn arrives on Skye, edging closer to St Kilda. Featuring: Kirsty Findlay as Evie Mccormick Sebastian Lim-Seet and David Hayman as Quinn Whyte Blyth…
 
We're still diving into the musicals of Rodgers & Hammerstein - and today's episode is a good one... We're talking about The Sound of Music! Join us for this chat about both the 1959 stage version and the iconic 1965 film staring the incomparable Julie Andrews. We talk about: - How the “marriage trope” (symbolic differences reconciled in the courts…
 
"What good is sitting alone In your room? Come hear the music play." Grab your fur coat and don't tell mama because this week we're talking about EVERY VERSION OF CABARET for our 150th EPISODE! Donate to Black Lives Matter here Social Media: Our WEBSITE Musicals with Cheese on Twitter Musicals W/ Cheese on Instagram Email us at musicaltheatrelives@…
 
Join Thos and Tim as they look in depth at the reworked version of the 1960s West End and Broadway hit, Half A Sixpence, which came to London in 2016 under the auspices of Julian Fellowes, George Stiles and Anthony Drewe. Find out if they thought it was a flash in the pan, a banging hit or deserved a wallop!…
 
Learn how to unlock the secret of SONG FORM by analyzing common structural formulas of melodic form. Today’s episode concludes our 3-part series on MELODY and how it tells a story. We’ll examine how to identify phrase lengths, how to discover the structural formula your phrases are following, and how a song’s form emerges from phrase groups, more c…
 
1899 - Quinn finally crosses the Atlantic and finds himself in the company of some unlikely companions. Fiadh and Evie begin to process Arlo’s accident. Ms Cameron prepares Hirta for the arrival of a new inhabitant. 1963 - Quinn’s crossing to Harris continues. Featuring: Kirsty Findlay as Evie Mccormick Sebastian Lim-Seet and David Hayman as Quinn …
 
Ann Harada created the role of Christmas Eve in the original production of Avenue Q (a role she recreated in the West End). She’s appeared both on Broadway in shows including 9 to 5 and Cinderella and on TV in the hit series, Smash. Ann has just wrapped filming on the new Apple TV series, Schmigadoon and is currently filming Disenchanted, the seque…
 
"Tonight I gotta cut Loose, Footloose Kick off your Sunday shoes" Grab your Sunday Shoes because this week we're joined by Adam Tinius of "Entertain the Elk" to talk about the musical adaptation of "Footloose!" We talk high school productions, strange high school theatre stories, and the adaptation process. Donate to Black Lives Matter here Social …
 
This week we chat with Natalie McQueen who has appeared in the West End in Kinky Boots, Wicked, Les Misérables, and Murder Ballad. Most recently she was seen starring as Doralee in the hit London production of Dolly Parton's 9 to 5 the Musical. She’s soon to be taking on the role of Catherine in a brand new production of Stephen Schwartz’s Pippin a…
 
Want to refresh your audition book, but not sure where to start? This episode gives you an easy 3-step exercise to jumpstart the process of cleaning out your book and finding the songs that will really move the needle in your career. I’ve been hearing from a lot of coaching clients that they want to work on their audition books. They feel like they…
 
1898 - Ms Cameron oversees the construction of new cottages on the island. Fiadh distances herself. Arlo grapples with his lack of responsibility on Hirta. And Evie receives a letter. 1963 - Old Quinn reaches Skye. Featuring: Kirsty Findlay as Evie Mccormick Sebastian Lim-Seet and David Hayman as Quinn Whyte Blythe Duff as Fiadh Mccormick Kate Dick…
 
Strike up the band and pull back the curtain on Stephen Schwartz’s odyssey musical - ‘Pippin'. This musical gained legendary status when it was revived recently but we go right back to the start to look at its complex origins with a burgeoning Stephen Schwartz and a high-flying Bob Fosse. We also dissect the various endings that have existed throug…
 
In our continued exploration of the musicals of Rodgers & Hammerstein, we explore The King & I (1951), a complicated and beautiful show about cultural imperialism, gender emancipation and the dangers of the white savior complex. We talk about: - The rise of the “star vehicle” for a diva actor, and the interesting racial & cultural background of Ann…
 
"Lights up on Washington Heights, up at the break of day" Grab your Piragua and hairspray because this week we're talking about the musical "In the Heights" and the recent film adaptation. We have some intense opinions on the recent controversy, the adaptation from stage to screen, and the future of musical movies! Donate to Black Lives Matter here…
 
Nick Hutson chats to Andrew Keating about what it felt like to be back in a theatre seeing a brand new with lockdown starting to ease. Hear Andrew's thoughts on the new ALW Musical - Cinderella - as well as the COVID Safety precautions and what the future may hold. Bippity Boppity Boo!
 
Many are shocked to learn that Evan Hansen is not in fact a 'gay kid' but a monster human. In this weird bonus episode, Jess and Andrew try their best to explain in detail the entire plot of #DearEvanHansen. ABOUT DEH: The musical and film stars Broadway's #BenPlatt and will premiere September 24th, 2021 from Universal Pictures. Directed by acclaim…
 
Learn 6 different types of motivic development and how motives provide the architecture of a melody. Today’s episode continues our 3-part series on MELODY and how it tells a story. We’ll examine what a motive is and how we can alter and develop them to create variation and interest throughout the melody. Once you understand the logic of the archite…
 
1897 - The end of the year approaches as the island prepares for Hogmanay celebrations and the arrival of John McKenzie, 'The January Man'. Fiadh questions Ms Cameron’s plans for Hirta and Quinn has a decision to make. 1963 - Boarding a ferry to Skye, Quinn continues his journey home. Featuring: Kirsty Findlay as Evie Mccormick Sebastian Lim-Seet a…
 
This week we chat with West End star and Olivier Award nominee, Rosemary Ashe. Rosie has created iconic roles including Carlotta in the original production of The Phantom of the Opera and Felicia Gabriel in The Witches of Eastwick. Her new show, Adorable Dora, pays tribute to national treasure Dora Bryan, whose showbiz career spanned eight decades!…
 
"We wanna be free We wanna belong We wanna unearned love or validation" Grab your introspective brain because this week we're joined by Detroit Playwright Cam Blackwell to talk about Michael R. Jackson's Pulitzer winning musical "A Strange Loop!" There is such intense discussion here that you just have to listen to engage with! Donate to Black Live…
 
Welcome to Sideshow Sound Radio’s tribute to and celebration of the life of Ian Crabb. Will and Todd showcase a compilation of many of Ian’s greatest moments at Sideshow including many laughs, fond memories, great music, and words of remembrance from our friends, colleagues, and dear listeners. Ian always worked harder for our podcast than anyone, …
 
In this 3-part series, I’m dissecting melodic composition and how it impacts storytelling in song. I’ll be answering the questions: What is melody? How is it constructed? And most importantly, how does melody tell a story of its own? This episode zeroes in on melodic contour and how it can elevate your interpretation of lyrics. I walk you through s…
 
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