The truth is, I don’t feel guilty about anything I like. Well … most things I like … okay, I actually have a top five list of theatre things I feel guilty about. As it so happens, so do my guests for this episode Elana Ron, Sarah Ron, and friend of show John Ramirez.
Do you remember last week when we played trivia? Well, we did it again but this time with even more boozin’ and laughs! My guests this episode are friends of show Christina Bolognini, Chris Mahle, Kyle Arrouzet, and Jen Ellington. Do you think you can beat this team of theatre kids? Let’s find out!
Tonight, I’m gonna ask some questions and get some answers because it’s trivia night! My guests this episode, Christina Bolognini, Chris Mahle, Kyle Arrouzet, and friend of show Jen Ellington, do a … mostly wonderful job of ripping through my Broadway games! Won’t you please play along with us?
Like Tinkerbell and Rachel Berry, I need applause to live. But if I’m being honest I la-HUVE the rehearsal process and it’s my favorite part of being in a production. My guests for this episode, friends of show Betsy Kruse Craig, Walter Mayes, David Evans, and Jessica Whittemore, talk about how to bring your best self to the process and how to work your tail off while enjoying every minute of the ride.
Why do auditions frighten us? Why can we sing for thousands and not freak out, while three people in a room are completly terrifing?! My guests for this episode (Betsy Kruse Craig, Walter Mayes, David Evans, and Jessica Whittemore) answer those questions and give us a sneak peak into what happens on the “other side” of the table.
My guests for this episode are Kim Kay, Steve Anthony, Karen DeHart, and friend of show Kayvon Kordestani. In this Thank You Five episode we list our five favorite roles that we’ve played. I love the beautiful variety or experiences this group of five performers has had over the years!
My guests for this episode are Kim Kay, Steve Anthony, Karen DeHart, and friend of show Kayvon Kordestani. In this Thank You Five episode, we list our five favorite lyrics (as of right this very minute) with shout-outs to those lines we love but didn’t quite make the list. Did your favorite Sondheim line make our list? Listen and find out!
My guests for this episode are friends of show Byan Moriarty and Vanessa Alvarez. This beautiful couple is engaged to be married and somehow still find time for full-time jobs and theatre careers. In this episode, we discuss what it means to be a couple in theatre, how shows are chosen, how schedules are synchronized, and figuring out who does the chores when you’re both in rehearsal.
My name is Joey McDaniel and I am your host for Drunk Broadway where we discuss cocktails and jazz hands with a fanatical passion. My guests for this episode are David Mister, David Murphy, and Dave Leon. These three fine gentlemen are starring in 3D Cabaret at the Pear Theatre in Mountain View on March 2nd and March 3rd. Pick up your tickets now! In this episode we discuss the song selection process, the egos (or lack thereof), the cabaret rehearsal process, and what it means to create a night of fun with good friends.
Once in every while there comes a podcast like this, it’s starts nice and sober and ends up … well … quite a bit less than sober. Welcome to Drunk Broadway where we discuss cocktails and jazz hands with a fanatical passion. My guests for this episode are Joey Montes and Juliet Green. Joey and I shared the stage in Miss Saigon and Young Frankenstein. You can’t help but want to be around Joey, due to his huge heart, welcoming smile, and wonderful talent. Juliet was my Lady of the Lake in Spamalot. It was an absolute pleasure to listen to her sing every night, and watch her make that role uniquely hers. FYI: Juliet has two fantastic jazz albums (Simple and Think About It) available just about everywhere you can buy music. In this episode, we discuss theatre horror stories, what makes for a successful production, odd special skills on your resume, and Juliet brought a fun game called “One Wrong Letter.”