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Like BroadwayCon itself, BroadwayCon The Podcast brings you through the stage door to be part of the excitement that happens onstage and behind-the-scenes. It is a place where Broadway fans come together to celebrate the shows they love with people who bring them to life. Each episode will feature conversations with the casts and creatives of Broadway's greatest hits (and, sometimes, misses!), and discussions featuring the industry’s top producers and designers.
 
Ever wonder how to break into the business of Broadway? From how to get an agent to how to navigate open calls, we cover it all. This podcast is an insider’s roadmap to making it on Broadway. Kerry Butler is a Tony nominated actress who made her Broadway debut in 1993 in Blood Brothers, before starring in shows such as Beauty and the Beast, Le Mis, Hairspray, Little Shop, Xanadu, Rock of Ages, Catch Me If You Can, Disaster!, and Mean Girls. She has numerous on screen credits such as 30 Rock, ...
 
From red carpets to recording studios and everywhere in between, Keith Price, comedian, former on air personality/theater reporter for Sirius XM, and now podcaster, takes his endearing and warm interviewing style, combines it with his passion and love for theater, and brings you some great conversations with some pretty amazing people.
 
Twice a month, theatre critics Diep Tran and Jose Solis will discuss three shows at three different price points (usually in New York City, because that’s where they’re based), tell you which show is most worth your time and money, interview interesting artists you should know about, and rant and rave about various theatrical topics. All in under 15 minutes. So want to get a dose of theatre as you’re at the gym, or in between scene changes, or on break during tech? Take your Token Theatre Fr ...
 
The Broadway Cast is an energetic, funny and insightful weekly talk show. Every episode features breaking Broadway news, interviews & exclusive stories from notable Broadway personalities, theater trivia, and theater related games. Additionally, The Broadway Cast gives a voice to fans like they’ve never had before. Via call-ins, fans are a critical part of the conversation, sharing their own stories and dialoguing directly with their Broadway idols.
 
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This episode features Riza Takahashi, who gives us tips on how to book a Broadway show from an open call! Riza is a New York based actor/singer/dancer who can currently be seen as “Sophie Kawachi” in the ensemble of “Mean Girls” at the August Wilson theatre. Originally from Itami, a small town outside the city limits of Osaka in Japan, Riza fell in…
 
Manager Jen Namoff of Soffer/Namoff Entertainment and Talent Agent Tim Marshall (who is actually Kerry's agent!) join Kerry for this first episode to answer the question she is asked most on Instagram - "How do I get an agent?" This episode covers what both Jen and Tim look for when looking for new clients as well as providing additional insider ti…
 
Nearly 35 years after their first performance, the National 3 cast of the landmark international musical sensation by Andrew Lloyd Webber, CATS, reunited for a very special virtual theatrical event, WITH LOVE, NOW AND FOREVER! CATS4COVIDRELIEF, a fundraiser for the Broadway Cares Covid-19 Emergency Assistance Fund, which supports The Actors Fund. N…
 
Artistic Director from the Tony Award© winning Crossroads Theatre Company, Ricardo Khan, takes some time to chat about the post COVID life of the groundbreaking theater company, his life, and career. More on Crossroads Theatre Company: http://crossroadstheatre.org More on the podcast: http://keithpricecurtaincall.comBonus Vid about Crossroads Theat…
 
Antaeus Theater Company's Artistic Director and groundbreaking actor, Bill Brochtrup, stops by for a chat about his life, career, the ZIP CODE Series, and so much more.For more about ANTAEUS: http://antaeus.orgFor more about Bill Brochtrup: http://billbrochtrup.comFor more about the podcast: http://keithpricecurtaincall.comSEE the interview: https:…
 
Our BPN Podcasters bring you exclusive interviews with cast and creatives from In the Heights, in theaters on June 11 2021. Watch the video version of this event here: https://youtu.be/py3YLSt8MSo. Interview 1: Daphne Rubin-Vega, interviewed by Salisha Thomas http://bpn.fm/bhbl Interview 2: Olga Merediz and Jimmy Smitts, interviewed by Dori Berinst…
 
For Black History Month, Michelangelo SIgnorile and Sirius XM Progress participated in Pass the Mic. An event designed to open their platform to African-American voices, like mine. Join me as I interview Dr. Demetria Rougeaux-Shabazz. we talk about grassroots political organizing, race and media, and perhaps a few childhood memories.About Dr. Rouge…
 
For Black History Month, Michelangelo SIgnorile and Sirius XM Progress participated in Pass the Mic. An event designed to open their platform to African-American voices, like mine. Join me as I interview Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis . We talk about staying faithful and strong during these trying times. More about Rev. Jacqui: https://www.middlechurch.org/…
 
For Black History Month, Michelangelo SIgnorile and Sirius XM Progress participated in Pass the Mic. An event designed to open their platform to African-American voices, like mine. Join me as I interview Talent Manager/ Black Trans Activist, Giselle Byrd. We get real about representation and take a collective moment to fawn over my imaginary ex-boy…
 
In a happy return to the podcast, I get to introduce you to Perry Ojeda. He is an actor taking part in the coolest new way to keep theater alive in Wendy MacCloud's SLOW FOOD. The power of green screen challenges any normal actor, but to present an entire production virtually within a virtual setting is a a new one. Join me in my conversation with …
 
Liz Caplan is one of the most sought after vocal teachers in New York. She is even hired by broadway shows to help the company. We discuss how to do 8 shows a week healthily and even give you all the tricks on how to sing over a cold, or tears or even scream on stage. Ever wonder how Ben Platt sang that song at the end of Dear Evan Hansen while sob…
 
Award winning director Alex Timbers whose work is currently represented in three broadway shows- Beetlejuice, Moulin Rouge and American Utopia gives audition advice, and tells what he looks for in actors. Resources mentioned in this episode Williamstown Theater Festival Vassar New York stage and film Berkshire Theater Festival ARS NOVA Manhattan Th…
 
What is the best song to sing for your audition? Seth Rudetsky helps to find the right song and 16 bar cut. He also gives great advice on performing the song, and his audition pet peeves. Resources mentioned in this episode Seth’s Twitter and Instagram accounts Seths Broadway cruises Sarah Lazarus Oberlin Faith Prince - Also Teaches The Town Hall -…
 
Barrett Weed gives insight into how to deal with anxiety and the nerves that go along with auditioning and performing. Connect with Barrett via Instagram: @barrettweed Resources mentioned in this episode Elon College Walnut Hill Opera Produced by Dori Berinstein and Alan Seales A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your a…
 
Actress & coach Annie Meisels gives advice on how to get voice work: voice overs, cartoons, audiobooks, and video games to help pay the bills while you wait for your big break on Broadway. Connect with Annie on IG: @AnnieMeisels or via email: Annie [at] apowerfulvoice.net. Resources mentioned in this episode Garage Band Audacity Ithaca College Prod…
 
What are EPA’s and how do you find them. This episode we discuss the actors union Equity and whether or not you should join, how to find auditions, and advice from choreographer/actress Jen Cody on how to stand out in dance calls. Connect with Jennifer Cody Jen Cody is an actress, leader, and Disney princess. She is “Maggie” on Mickey And The Roads…
 
This Breaking Broadway we welcome award winning broadway casting director Rachel Hoffman. She works at one of the top casting offices in NY, working at Telsey and Co, who has cast hundreds of broadway shows. This season alone, Rachel is represented on broadway in Beetlejuice, Frozen and Come From Away. Rachel gives great advice on everything from h…
 
Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to bring together five of the most experienced and storied ensemble actors working on Broadway today before a live audience at BroadwayCon. We talked about the shows they originated and the characters they’ve created, but also the disappointments they’ve felt when a show closed. While actors Tracee Beazer, A…
 
Thank you for listening to this episode. We hope you enjoy it! A note about this week's episode: 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. Eliza Ohman is a New York Cit…
 
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! NEWSIES PRETTY WOMAN www.builtforthestage.com - Schedule your free trial t…
 
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 …
 
LIVE at BroadwayCon: Podcastical Cats - "Cats: the Movie" This January Jimi and Tommy flew all the way to Broadway’s heartland to settle a score, to come to terms with and to try to provide closure on something which has changed the face of musical theatre forever: the Cats movie. Join the lads alongside a wonderful live audience as they try to com…
 
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