Welcome to the Going For Broadway podcast with Eryn Woo. Each week Eryn chats with actors, directors, playwrights, talent agents, and many others who live their lives in, on, and around the stage. Eryn is a young performer who has acted and sung in many plays...and has dreams of reaching Broadway. Each day is another step closer to that goal. The Going for Broadway podcast shares their secrets so that you can learn from them and join Eryn on her journey toward Broadway!
046- Being a Good Auditioner with Matt Burke
Matt Burke, recently cast in Jurassic World, joins Eryn Woo on this Going for Broadway Episode.
045- The Importance of Special Skills with Anna-Lee Wright
Anna-Lee wright recently starred as a series regular playing herself on MTV's hit comedy show Ladylike. A four year apprentice of Ann Reinking's prestigious Broadway Theatre Project, she grew up training and working intimately with masters of musical theatre such as Gregory Hines, Ann Reinking, and a few others. She also attended the Circle in the Square Theatre School in NYC. She has performed in regional theatres across the country, as well as sung opera internationally in China. Currently, Anna-Lee is in the Broadway production of Miss Saigon. When not teaching or performing Anna-Lee is spending time on the pole practicing her aerial specialty skills and dividing the rest of her time between her guitar and her rubik's cube.
044- Keep On Keeping On With Julie Benko
Today, Going for Broadway welcomes Julie Benko. Remarkably, at only 18 years old, she moved to New York City to go to school at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, but was shortly casted in the National Tours of Spring Awakening.
043- More Than Just Being On Stage With Alison Ewing
In this episode, we welcome Alison Ewing. This week Cabaret is at the Peace Center here in In Cabaret, she plays the challenging part of Fraulein Kost where she not only is a triple threat, she is a quadruple threat having to act, sing, dance and play the accordion! Alison has been performing all her life. As a child and teenager, she grew up acting in community theatre and taking acting classes culminating with Musical Theatre at Milliken University in Illinois.
042- The Importance Of Being A Triple Threat With Nathan Lucrezio
This Going for Broadway episode features Nathan Lucrezio. Nathan Lucrezio started at a very young age with Irish dance, competing at the World class level…placing 12th in the WORLD in Irish Dancing in 2005. He then received his BFA in Musical Theatre at Penn State University. From there, he went on the national tour of A Chorus Line as Alan DeLuca, as well as landing his Broadway debut in Cinderella.
041- The Importance Of Going To School With Kristine Reese
On this episode of Going for Broadway, Kristine Reese joins Eryn. Even though she had a late start in the business, Kristine is a graduate off the University of Cincinnati with a BFA in Musical Theatre College Conservatory of Music. She was in both the first and second national Tours of Wicked as a swing, but was quickly put in the role of Nessarose, a role which she played over 1000 times!
Love eryn and this podcast. Great outlet for advice from people who currently in the business
10/10 would recommend
Eryn knows what she's talking about, has a great passion for what she does, and will be ON Broadway one day. Keep it up!
Love this podcast!!! Really great and applicable advice! Very inspirational and fun to listen to!