Podcast Episode 21 – Scott Schwartz

  In my over-twenty years of Broadway and Off Broadway theatergoing, there have been a handful of productions that were so unique, and so special, that I’ll never forget them. Scott Schwartz directed two of them. One was the ridiculously funny, ripped from the tabloids, Bat Boy: The Musical (oh that spoof of the Lion King number – before …

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Podcast Episode 20 – James Claffey

  One of the reasons I started this podcast is because I was getting tired of the sound of my own voice typing.  I wanted to hear other people’s perspectives.  And I wanted you to hear other people’s perspectives, as well. But I didn’t want just other Producers.  That would be too easy.  And you never …

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Podcast Episode 19 – Tim Rice

  Joseph, Evita, Chess . . . Beauty and the Mother-Humpin’ Beast. These are just a few of the shows that Sir Timothy Rice wrote the lyrics to (obviously I got a little excited about that last one), so you can imagine he’s got just a few interesting stories to tell, and truth bombs to …

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Podcast Episode 18 – Charles Busch

  I met the award winning actor and author Charles Busch (The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, etc.) just a couple of weeks ago, and immediately asked him to do my podcast. “So when you get back from dinner just send me a text,” I said. He looked at me with …

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Podcast Episode 17 – Liz Furze

  It wasn’t too long ago that there were only two advertising agencies that serviced the bulk of Broadway shows. Then Elizabeth Furze came to town. “Liz” is the co-head of AKA Advertising‘s New York City office, having come up through the ranks at the company’s UK office (you’ll love her accent) and who sailed …

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