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Intimate, personal conversations with the biggest talents from professional theatre, tv, film, and more. Hear their secrets, what makes them laugh, stresses them out, and how they manage the anxiety of success. We feature both stars and creatives such as producers, stage managers, directors, press and marketing agents, or even the people who own the theaters or productions themselves.​ This is a podcast for artists, made by artists. With over 2 decades of experience in film and theatre both ...
 
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Russillo previews the NFL Conference Championships with stats, historical evidence, and betting trends before making his picks (0:44). Then Ryen is joined by The Athletic’s John Hollinger to discuss why NBA trades take so long to manifest, the toughest trades John had to make during his time with the Grizzlies, whether the Hawks would ever trade Tr…
 
Russillo runs through the fourth quarters of Celtics-Heat, Bulls-Pacers, Cavaliers-Knicks, Pelicans-Nuggets, Mavericks-Wizards, and Lakers-Clippers (0:28). Then Ryen is joined by ESPN's Tim Hasselbeck to discuss 49ers-Eagles, Brock Purdy's success, Jalen Hurts's impact on defenses, Chiefs-Bengals, whether Cincinnati's offensive line will hold up ag…
 
Hello all you Ed-Heads, Timbos, and Candice Canine canoodlers. Here we are at week 3 of Janu-Were-y, and this week we are discussing the 2000 movie Ginger Snaps. If you want Canadian high school girls getting all hairy, scary, and with a few extra nipples, then look no further than this masterpiece of film. Candice talks about her “she's all that” …
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on how surprising it was for the Bills to be so dominated in their home stadium, and the doubt that will creep into next season. He also hits on Dak Prescott's concerning performance in the Cowboys' loss to the 49ers, and takeaways from every QB in the divisional round (0:28). Then Ryen is joined by two-time Super Bowl …
 
Russillo shares his view of the four NFL divisional-round playoff games before making his picks (0:47). Then Ryen talks with broadcasting legend Jim Nantz to discuss his experience at the Week 18 Bills-Patriots matchup, when Nyheim Hines returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown, Jim's favorite QBs to have pre-production meetings with, Tony Romo…
 
Russillo shares his midseason Stubborn NBA Power Rankings, running through his top 10 teams based on a few key factors (0:26). Then Ryen is joined by SiriusXM's Eddie Johnson to discuss the state of the Phoenix Suns amid injuries to Chris Paul and Devin Booker, stories from Eddie's long NBA career, and more (14:28). Finally, Ryen is joined by PGA g…
 
Hello all you Ed-Heads, Timbos, and Candice Confused by… yeah. This week we are joined by LONG time friends of the show Steve and Izzy of the Everything I learned From Movies podcast to discuss Wolfen. For the middle of Janu-were-y. Candice wildly confuses Gregory Hines with Jaleel White. Which I think says more about her than all of us. And Tim ge…
 
Driven to inspire other people with art, Brandon Victor Dixon has been sharing his talent with the world for decades now. And this month, the actor slash theatrical producer is part of the much-anticipated world premiere of the award-winning "MacGyver: The Musical’s" album which will be released on January 27th. Apart from theatre, Brandon is also …
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on Daniel Jones leading the Giants to an upset win over the Vikings, coaching and its impact on NFL games vs. other sports, the Chargers' collapse vs. the Jaguars, and more (0:32). Then Ryen is joined by Super Bowl champion Willie Colon of SiriusXM to discuss the scrappy Giants, questions about Josh Allen after a close …
 
Russillo shares stats and story lines behind each team in the NFL wild-card playoff round before making picks for every game (0:53). Then Ryen is joined by actor Josh Duhamel to discuss (disagree) on the Vikings' playoff hopes, Dak Prescott's strange season, Josh's new film, 'Shotgun Wedding' with Jennifer Lopez, Ryen's cameo in 'Buddy Games 2,' an…
 
It's NBA Tales From the Couch! Ryen hits on Hornets-Raptors, Thunder-Heat, Cavaliers-Jazz, Suns-Warriors, and Trail Blazers–Magic (0:40). Then Ryen is joined by The Ringer's Kevin O'Connor to discuss which (healthy) NBA roster gives them the best shot at a title, LaMelo Ball's development, whether Evan Mobley can be a no. 1 player on a team, adjust…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on Georgia's blowout win over TCU in the College Football Playoff National Championship and the SEC's continued dominance over the sport (0:30). Then Ryen is joined by Trent Dilfer to discuss the mismatch between TCU and Georgia, Stetson Bennett IV and Max Duggan as NFL prospects, next year's college season, and more (7…
 
Hello all you Ed-Heads, Timbos, and Candice Cannabis Consumers. This week, we are joined for a very serious, politically charged episode of the Bloodybits. As we cover the Nixon satire Werewolf of Washington. We are joined by longtime friend of the show, and fellow commie pig-dog Mike Wood from the Grindbin podcast. Wow, do we just ignore every old…
 
You can take the boy out of Oregon, but you can't take the Oregon out of the boy. Or something like that. After growing up on the west coast and spending some time in LA, Squigs - Broadway's modern day Al Hirschfeld, found his way to NYC both acting and supplementing his income creating some of the most sought after caricatures of the Broadway comm…
 
Russillo shares his five biggest takeaways from the NFL regular-season finale, including the Bears receiving the no. 1 draft pick for the first time since 1947, Dak Prescott's continued inconsistency, 2023-24 Detroit Lions optimism, and more (0:40). Then Ryen is joined by two-time Super Bowl champion Damien Woody to discuss the surprising list of N…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on the Nuggets’ blowout win over the Clippers, no West teams having a winning record on the road, Mavericks-Celtics, and three promising young NBA players who are not developing as expected (0:47). Then Ryen is joined by ESPN’s Jeff Van Gundy to discuss the NBA scoring deluge, Luka Doncic's ability to dissect any defens…
 
Russillo shares his Tales From the Couch, where he covers the Celtics' blowout loss to the Thunder, Kings-Jazz, the first-place Nuggets, and Donovan Mitchell's 71-point game (0:37). Then Ryen is joined by ESPN's Domonique Foxworth to discuss Damar Hamlin's collapse during the Bills-Bengals game, what it's like to be a teammate of a player who suffe…
 
Hello all you Ed-Heads, Timbos, and Candice canine cravers. This week, we are joined by longtime friend of the show Daniel from the Moustachioed Podcastio to talk about 2002 Dog Soldiers. We go over our New Years Resolutions, Tim gets really hung up on the realism and minutia of the werewolf folklore of the film, and Candice proof reads my typos fo…
 
Eddie Izzard is a Tony Award nominated, Emmy Award winning actress who quickly rose to fame in the 90s as a phenomenal standup comedian - producing two of my all time favorite specials Glorious and Dress to Kill. Among her 41 film credits include The Avengers, Ocean’s Twelve, Ocean's Thirteen, and Rock Dog. She has around 40 TV credits, is a politi…
 
Russillo shares his five biggest takeaways from NFL Week 17 (0:49) before recapping the College Football Playoff semifinals (11:35). Then Ryen talks with University of Alabama at Birmingham head coach Trent Dilfer about Ohio State's hard-fought loss to Georgia, how TCU pulled off its win over Michigan, a CFB national title preview, and more (28:41)…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on why Michigan has the most pressure of any of the four teams in the College Football Playoff (0:30). Then Ryen is joined by ESPN's Nick Friedell to discuss the real reasons behind the Nets' win streak, Kevin Durant's MVP-caliber play, how long the Nets need to see continued success before they can be considered a titl…
 
2022 - the first full year of theatre since Broadway shutdown in 2020. It was full of highs and lows, but one thing's for certain we're glad Broadway is back! Once again, Diana Salameh, Vice President of Brand Integration at Serino Coyne, co-hosts the final episode of the year. Serino Coyne is the nation's longest-running theatrical advertising age…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on Luka Doncic’s historic triple-double in last night’s Mavericks win over the Knicks (0:44), and the Nets’ win streak (13:38). Then Ryen is joined by NFL Network’s Sara Walsh to discuss the Buccaneers’ disappointing season while still in contention to win the NFC South, Tom Brady’s prospects for playing another NFL sea…
 
Hello all you Ed-Heads, TImbos, and Candice co-conspirators. This week on The Bloodybits Horror Show. We discuss Twilight Eclipse. The Culmination of a challange which saw Candice watching the first two seasons of Breaking Bad. Eddie totally watches the film, answers all of Candice's trivia questions, and in fact DUNKS on them both with his knowled…
 
Having been together for over 14 years as real life partners, Michael Urie and Ryan Spahn now get to share the stage together as scene partners in parts specifically written for the two of them. Interestingly enough, this episode contains as much hidden relationship advice as it does theater advice and stories, as we dive into what really makes the…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on the rumors that Trae Young could be the next NBA star to request a trade (0:34), before running through the NBA Christmas Day games in Tales From the Couch (14:51). Finally Ryen answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (38:39). Host: Ryen Russillo Producer: Kyle Crichton Learn more about your ad choices.…
 
Russillo is joined by radio host and former NFL fullback Jon Ritchie to discuss Ritchie's time with the Eagles, great Gruden and Jim Harbaugh stories, Jalen Hurts's long-term prospects, NFC teams the Eagles should be worried about, working with Ryen at ESPN, and more (0:40). Then Ryen and Kyle give out their favorite bets for NFL Week 16 (45:30), b…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on the Knicks' eight-game win streak, what the Warriors may do while Steph Curry recovers from injury, Grizzlies-Nuggets, and Pelicans-Bucks (0:40), before talking with NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah about the 2023 NFL draft, Alabama QB Bryce Young, what the Lions may do with their first-round draft picks, the impact of …
 
Hello all you Ed-Heads, Timbos.... yup. This week we are joined by LOOOOONG time friend of the show, Ashers from the wednesdays we talk weird podcast. As well as Cinema Historian, Film Philosopher, and Movie budd Wick to discuss one of my favorite movies of 2022 Terrifier 2. We get into in HARD this episode. Sex, Drugs, and... mostly sex and drugs.…
 
With a Broadway career spanning over 50 years, Tovah Feldshuh takes us through her journey as she shares her life as an actress, wife, and mother. While she loves politics, it's her love of people that motivates her to fight for what she believes in and help in every way that she can. Initially determined to go to Harvard Law School to stay close t…
 
Russillo shares his five biggest takeaways from NFL Week 15, including the Vikings pulling off the biggest comeback win in NFL history and an updated Bill Belichick-Tom Brady legacy rankings (0:35), before talking with The Ringer's Benjamin Solak about the Bills' Saturday night win over the Dolphins and why Miami fans should be proud, Colts-Vikings…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts about the different reactions to Micah Parsons's comments about Jalen Hurts on the 'VonCast' with Von Miller, and whether active players should have different rules for commenting on the sport they play (0:43). Then Ryen is joined by ESPN's Brian Windhorst to discuss the NBA's Western Conference, players missing games, …
 
Russillo shares thoughts from his trip to Arizona to see Cardinals-Patriots, and observations from his trip to Crytpo.com Arena to see the Lakers-Celtics overtime battle (0:37). Then Ryen is joined by Super Bowl champion coach Sean Payton to discuss his first year off from coaching, arriving in New Orleans in 2006, the most impressive NFL offenses …
 
Hello all you Ed-Heads.......... and candice people. This is one of those episodes where you gotta think a little bit. As we are joined by one of our best friends. Iago Faustus to discuss Crimes of the Future. We wax poetic on what is an art? How does the body and the psyche connect, and how can we attempt to transcend that connection? We meditate …
 
For a person who claims she can’t really sing or dance, Julie Halston sure has done a lot of Broadway musicals (and rightfully so!). Even during the pandemic, she remained booked and busy despite the circumstances. She even took to the internet to keep the fans entertained (after some persuasion and help from her friend, Jim) with over 40 episodes …
 
Russillo shares his five biggest takeaways from NFL Week 14, including the end of this iteration of the Justin Herbert vs. Tua Tagovailoa debate, Bengals-Browns, and the Titans' second-half losing streak (0:27). Then Ryen is joined by two-time Super Bowl champion Damien Woody to discuss Jets-Bills, Dolphins-Chargers, Chiefs-Broncos, the Cowboys bar…
 
Russillo shares his NBA thoughts in Tales from the Couch, including: Trail Blazers-Nuggets, Clippers-Heat, and Rockets-Spurs (1:15). Then Ryen talks with Joel Klatt about the College Football Playoff, Michigan’s improvement from last season, how Ohio State matches up with Georgia, the Pac-12 raising its profile this season, playoff expansion disagr…
 
Russillo is joined by Ceruti to make their annual NFL QB–NBA player comp list (0:43). Then Ryen talks with Max Olson of The Athletic about the current version of the NCAA transfer portal, why and how it changed, its affect on team-building and staffing, how it ties in with NIL and boosters, its impact on high school players, and more (22:16). Final…
 
Hello all you Ed-Heads, Timbos, and Candice cantankerous carnivors. Welcome to the most, wonderful time of the year! Eddecember! A month full of my picks, and what a pick I picked for the first pick.... Fresh Spoiler filled podcast as always, so go watch the movie first. The podcast is worth the cost of admission for our advice alone. On dating in …
 
Elizabeth A. Davis is currently gracing the Broadway stage as Thomas Jefferson in “1776”, where she has the unique opportunity to showcase her actual violin skills at the same time. She talks about what it's like performing eight shows a week while pregnant, and the financial and societal expectations that come with it. Elizabeth's love for music s…
 
Recorded Nov 17th, 2022, listen to exclusive interview with the cast of & Juliet from the red carpet on opening night! Interviews include: Lorna Courtney (Juliet) Betsy Wolfe (Anne Hathaway) Stark Sands (William Shakespeare) Justin David Sullivan (May) Melanie La Barrie (Angelique) Paulo Szot (Lance) Phillippe Arroyo (Francois) Ben Jackson Walker (…
 
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