And in the blink of a podcast, our fall season has vanished like the leaves on the trees.
It’s been an exciting few months of podcastin’ for us and when I thought about how best to wrap up this season, I thought . . . what would Happy Days do?
Some of my favorite episodes of my favorite childhood sitcoms like Happy Days and Different Strokes and Silver Spoons (I so wanted to be Ricky Schroeder) were the compilation episodes that tied together the best scenes from the best episodes of the series.
So that’s what we did for you!
For this season finale, we mashed-up clips from all of our guests throughout the season! Listened to them already? Be reminded of some of the truth bombs and greatest lessons. Missed an episode? This is a chance for you to get the cliff notes!
You’ll get some of the top takeaways, stories, and maybe even me beatboxing.
Listen in and hear:
- Anthony Veneziale’s key to success when starting out
- Ali Stroker’s “ninja patience” and how she gets through any challenge that comes her way
- How building a career outside of Broadway helped Mara Isaacs to see Broadway differently and why she wants to maintain her “outsider status” for as long as she can
- Why Alan Cumming feels it’s so important to not try to pretend to be perfect all of the time
- And much, much more!
Enjoy . . . and if you like this mashup idea, let me know and we’ll do it again!
- Click here to listen on our site!
- Listen to it on iTunes here. (And if you like the podcast, give it a great review while you’re there!)
- Download it here.
Thank you to Julie Halston, Mark Sendroff, Stephanie Lee, Susan Blackwell, Adam Gwon, Anthony Veneziale, Ali Stroker, Mara Isaacs, Charlotte Wilcox, Ken Cerniglia, Glen Kelly, and Alan Cumming for joining me on the podcast this season!
If there’s anyone you want to hear from next season, let me know. I want to bring in who the listeners want to hear. Message me your requests on Instagram and I’ll do my best to get them on the podcast next season! And while you wait for us to come back (mark your calendars!) on February 24th, catch up on the rest of the 200+ episodes here!
Thanks, Terry Knickerbocker, for supporting this episode. Terry Knickerbocker Studio offers a two-year acting conservatory, workshops, studio rentals, one-on-one coaching, beginner acting classes, and the best actor training in New York. For more information, visit terryknickerbockerstudio.com.
The final #SongWriterOfTheWeek for the 2019 season is . . . Kerrigan-Lowdermilk! And my good friend and Godspell company member, Lindsay Mendez is singing their song called Hand in Hand from their immersive house party musical THE BAD YEARS. If you like what you hear and want to learn more, check out www.kerrigan-lowdermilk.com or @kerrigan_lowdermilk on Instagram.
Happy holidays and “see” you back on the podcast for the spring season in February!