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Front Row Podcast - All about Community Theatre in the Metropolitan Detroit area. Hosted by Deb Dworkin and Joe Munem, the show focuses on the talented artists working on all levels in local community theatre.

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    • Performing Arts
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

Front Row Podcast - All about Community Theatre in the Metropolitan Detroit area. Hosted by Deb Dworkin and Joe Munem, the show focuses on the talented artists working on all levels in local community theatre.

    Holiday Greetings, Kiss Caskets and KAHN!!!!

    Holiday Greetings, Kiss Caskets and KAHN!!!!

    Deb, Joe and several community theater leaders wish all of you a warm and peaceful 2018 holiday season. They also discuss community theaters joining together to build communications and cooperation with Alan Semonian.

    Subscribe to Front Row Podcast in iTunes, or visit our website. Contact the show directly via email info@frontrowpodcast.com or leave your comments on our hotline at 248-631-4077.

    • 32 min
    Tales Told By a Doctor, a Stripper's Mom and a Truckasaurus

    Tales Told By a Doctor, a Stripper's Mom and a Truckasaurus

    Deb and Joe host two interviews of shows opening this week - Dr. Jason Dilly, the director of Stagecrafters' production of Fool for Love and Aaron Sohaski, the actor portraying Eddie in that show.
    They also spoke with Carla Margolis, Mama Rose in St. Dunstan's production of Gypsy. 
    After Deb promoted the interview show in the echo fashion of a Monster Truck Show commercial, Joe continually expressed his admiration for Truckasaurus and hoped that he could be worked into more community theater shows.

    • 36 min
    Farmington Players Opens Neil Simon Classic

    Farmington Players Opens Neil Simon Classic

    Deb and Joe interview Maureen Mansfield, director of Farmington Players’ production of Brighton Beach Memoirs.

    Barefoot Productions – An Enemy of the People

    Audition – Norma & Wanda

    Southgate Players – Evil Dead

    Ridgedale Players – Audition – In-laws, Outlaws and other People (who should be shot)

    Subscribe to Front Row Podcast in iTunes, or visit our website. Contact the show directly via email info@frontrowpodcast.com or leave your comments on our hotline at 248-631-4077.

    • 29 min
    Gone to the Dogs - The Ginger and Puck Show

    Gone to the Dogs - The Ginger and Puck Show

    Deb and Joe let their dogs (Ginger and Puck) take over this week's episode. They (Deb and Joe) interview Tom Arwady and Toni Harte, director and choreographer respectively of Ridgedale Players production of The Wedding Singer.
    Subscribe to Front Row Podcast in iTunes, or visit our website. Contact the show directly via email info@frontrowpodcast.com or leave your comments on our hotline at 248-631-4077.

    • 32 min
    Curtain Rises on Season Three

    Curtain Rises on Season Three

    Deb and Joe celebrate the beginning of a third season of Front Row Podcast!

    They interview Tim Wittlinger, director of the Village Players of Birmingham's  production of Rehearsal for Murder.

    Subscribe to Front Row Podcast in iTunes, or visit our website. Contact the show directly via email info@frontrowpodcast.com or leave your comments on our hotline at 248-631-4077.

    • 36 min
    Glengarry Glen Ross, Jr.

    Glengarry Glen Ross, Jr.

    This week, Deb and Joe decide to produce a junior version of David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross, Jr.
    They interview Kori Bielaniec, director of the Players Guild of Dearborn's youth production of Grease, along with several members of the cast.
    Subscribe to Front Row Podcast in iTunes, or visit our website. Contact the show directly via email info@frontrowpodcast.com or leave your comments on our hotline at 248-631-4077.

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Dadeoh ,

Finally something for us....

This Podcast offers amateur community theater groups the opportunity to finally have a voice. With so much attention devoted to the Professional Groups and Venues, I’m glad Deb Dworkin and Joseph Munem have put something together to give everyone else a voice. It’s entertaining and informative and all inclusive. I like how they encourage community theater groups to submit their information to get coverage. Bravo Front Row Podcast!!! Thank you to both of you for taking time out of your schedules to put together this clever and entertaining show.

KayakOtter ,

Good information.

Podcast is well produced and sounds very good. Information is top rate and valuable for community theater in Metro Detroit Michigan USA. Hosts keep this entertaining :-)

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