Podcast Episode 120 – Lia Vollack

  I’ll admit.  I was one of them. I talk a bit about it in this podcast, but I was one of those Broadway Producers who watched the movie companies march onto our turf with trepidation. But when people like Lia Vollack are part of the brigade, we’ve got nothing to fear, because we just have …

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Podcast Episode 119 – Robert Fried

It takes a lot of people to make sure Broadway keeps on running . . . from Tony Award winning Directors, Choreographers, Writers and so on. And we’ve had so many of them on the podcast. But there are a group of people who work in offices all around Times Square, who may not have …

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Podcast Episode 118 – Nancy Gibbs

First of all, welcome back to weekly Podcasts! A few months ago, we went to monthly episodes, and, well, you didn’t like that so much.  I got a ton of emails asking me for more interviews, more often. And, well, since I missed it too, we’re back to weekly! We’re also debuting a brand new microphone this week in …

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Podcast Episode 117 – Eva Price

I knew right then. It was, oh, 2005, I think?  We were at the Starbucks on Columbus Circle.  My best buddy had asked me to meet a friend of his who just started producing.  “Sure,” I hadn’t had the Producer title for very long myself, with Prom and Altar Boyz just getting off the ground, so I was happy to meet …

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Podcast Episode 116 – Rob Ashford

  One day, during the tech of Thoroughly Modern Millie, the deluge curtain (which pours water onto the stage when there’s a fire), went off. Funny thing, though.  There was no fire. The flood soaked the scenery, costumes and left the stage such a mess that there was no way we could rehearse (I was the Company Manager). Not …

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