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"Relate w/ Patrick McAndrew" dissects the most important aspect of our lives that create fulfillment and meaning in the age of technology: deep, meaningful, human relationships. We create a sustainably happy life through the relationships we invest in and the memories we build together for years and years to come.

Patrick McAndrew, a professional actor and tech philosopher, hosts this captivating podcast, interviewing top experts in tech, entertainment, and business, gathering their takes on what it truly means to connect and relate to one another. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/relate-patrick-mcandrew/support

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"Relate w/ Patrick McAndrew" dissects the most important aspect of our lives that create fulfillment and meaning in the age of technology: deep, meaningful, human relationships. We create a sustainably happy life through the relationships we invest in and the memories we build together for years and years to come.

Patrick McAndrew, a professional actor and tech philosopher, hosts this captivating podcast, interviewing top experts in tech, entertainment, and business, gathering their takes on what it truly means to connect and relate to one another. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/relate-patrick-mcandrew/support

    Acting as a Business with Brian O'Neil: Episode 128

    Acting as a Business with Brian O'Neil: Episode 128

    Brian O'Neil, acting coach and author of "Acting as a Business: Strategies for Success," joins us for episode 128 of Relate! In this podcast, we discuss the importance of developing a personal career and why it's crucial to show the world your credibility. Brian shares his experience working in the entertainment industry and why we must take a long-term view and see the big picture. He also talks about why we must study with good people in order to elevate our careers.

    Be sure to check out Brian's work at http://www.actingasabusiness.com/

    Brian is the author of Acting As a Business: Strategies for Success, Fifth Edition, published by Random House, currently in its 40th printing. Acting As a Business is now considered such a vital resource that it recently won a spot on Entertainment Weekly Magazine's exclusive list of Top Ten "Show-Biz Industry Bibles." Brian is also the author of the book Actors Take Action: A Career Guide for the Competitive Actor. Brian created the advice column "Actor's Cues and A's" for Back Stage, and his books are required or recommended reading in many conservatory training programs, including Yale and Juilliard. Brian is the country's foremost lecturer on self-marketing techniques for actors. He lives in New York City and works with actors at all stages of their careers. Since 2010 alone, actors who have worked with Brian have become the stars of major motion pictures (Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Inside Llewyn Davis, Robin Hood, Drive, and the Columbia Pictures release Great Hope Springs with Meryl Streep); been the recipients of Emmys and a Golden Globe (The Big Bang Theory); have become the stars of such television series as: Netflix's Sense8, Orange Is The New Black, HBO's True Blood, Charlie Sheen's Anger Management, Stargate Universe, and Outsourced. Also in the recent past, Brian's clients have landed leading and supporting roles in such Broadway productions as Frozen, the eight-time Tony Award winning Once, the five-time Tony winner Peter and the Starcatcher, Ching-lish, Al Pacino's The Merchant of Venice, Robin Williams's Bengal Tiger, American Idiot, Enron and Next Fall. Actors who have worked with Brian have later signed with agencies including: Creative Artists Agency (CAA), William Morris/Endeavor, ICM, Paradigm, Gersh, Innovative Artists, Abrams Artists, Don Buchwald & Associates and many others.


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    Being of Service in Acting with Emily Swallow: Episode 127

    Being of Service in Acting with Emily Swallow: Episode 127

    Emily Swallow joins us for episode 127 of the Relate podcast! Emily gives us an inside look into her career as an actress. She discusses why we must be available and open as actors, how acting can make us less likely to judge others, and why we are being of service when acting. She also talks about the importance of knowing what you want and why we must remain humble and collaborative.

    Be sure to follow Emily on Instagram @bigeswallz.

    Emily Swallow is an American actress who has appeared in TV, film, and theatre. She is best known for her roles on The Mentalist, Supernatural, and The Mandalorian on Disney+.


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    • 57 min
    From the Story to the Audience with Stacy Barton: Episode 126

    From the Story to the Audience with Stacy Barton: Episode 126

    We are joined by show writer and author, Stacy Barton, for episode 126 of Relate. In this episode, Stacy talks with us about the importance of connection between a story and audience, the value of a shared, collective experience, and how a story has the power to touch hearts. We get an inside look at her career writing shows for companies like Disney, SeaWorld, Ringling Brothers, and many others. We also learn why it's so critical to listen to your audience.

    Please learn more about Stacy on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/stacy-barton-58b7997/ and on Instagram @stacybarton_showwriter. You can find her books at https://www.amazon.com/Lily-Harp-Stacy-Barton/dp/160226015X/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=stacy+barton+lily+harp&qid=1601479708&sr=8-1.

    Stacy Barton loves a good story—hearing it, seeing it, shaping it, sharing it—how it comes to life with an audience. She’s been called the ‘swiss army knife’ of storytellers, at home in any collaborative setting in which story is the center. For twenty years she’s specialized in story development for themed experiences, including major projects for Disney, SeaWorld, Ringling Bros., DreamVision and others around the world. Stacy is equally at ease imagining new content, using folklore and fairytales as structural forms, or transforming films and books into compelling live experiences. She is also the award-winning author of three books of literary fiction and poetry, four children's picture books, and more than thirty short story publications.


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    Magic in the Air with Wendy Federman: Episode 125

    Magic in the Air with Wendy Federman: Episode 125

    9-time Tony award-winning producer, Wendy Federman joins us for episode 125 of Relate! In this episode, Wendy and I discuss the joy of being surrounded by creative people. Especially in times of COVID, never before has it been more important to connect to our humanity, emotions, and storytelling. Wendy hits home the importance of honing your skills, continuous learning, and what it's like to produce on Broadway.

    Please visit https://foolishmortalsproductions.com/ to learn more about Wendy and her amazing career.

    Wendy Federman is a nine-time Tony Award winning theatre and film producer. She has also received an Olivier Award, 10 Drama Desk Awards, eighteen Outer Critics Circle Awards, and sixteen Drama League Awards for many of her nearly ninety co-productions. Wendy has a tremendous commitment to the theater arts and the generosity of her time is evident in her numerous philanthropic causes related to her profession. Wendy has served as guest lecturer for many charitable foundations and spent countless hours throughout her career mentoring aspiring producers, actors and writers. Wendy co-founded an annual fund-raising event, “Broadway’s Got Guts,” which directly benefits the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation. Wendy is the chair of the Nominating Committee and also serves as co-chair of the annual Chita Rivera Awards event which celebrates the superb achievements of the top dancers and choreographers on Broadway and in film. Wendy serves as Advisor for unique works of theatrical entertainment including Particle Ink, a new live immersive theater experience utilizing augmented reality (AR), a mixed reality and game-changing technology that alters the physical world you see and experience. In addition, Wendy is a proud member of the John F. Kennedy Center’s National Committee for the Performing Arts. Wendy received the 2020 Award of Excellence from the Capital Speakers Club of Washington, D.C. in recognition of her notable artistic achievements as a nine-time Tony Award winning theatre producer, for her talent, creativity, and inspiration to women in her field. She was also a 2019 recipient of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor which is awarded to 100 Americans whose accomplishments in their field and inspired service to our nation are worthy of commendation. Wendy has also served as trustee on several significant boards including The Foundation for Gender Equality, Bergen Performing Arts Center, MCC Theater, Gilda’s Club and Penguin Repertory Theater.


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    Data Privacy and Inclusive Housing with Dan Wu: Episode 124

    Data Privacy and Inclusive Housing with Dan Wu: Episode 124

    In episode 124 of Relate, we are joined by Privacy Counsel and Legal Engineer, Dan Wu. Dan and I chat about protective data and why it's important to build housing that fulfills peoples' basic needs. Dan is an advocate for housing policy innovation, and his passion for this subject shines through as he talks about possible solutions. We also discuss data privacy, tech ethics, and why we must have data protection in design. 

    You can learn more about Dan by connecting with him on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/wu12345/.

    You can read some of his publications at:

    Empowerment (FastCo): http://tiny.cc/FCEmpower
    Housing Innovation (TechCrunch): http://bit.ly/TCHousingMapPost
    Data Ethics (TechCrunch): http://bit.ly/TCDataEthicsPost

    Data Ethics (O'Reilly): http://tiny.cc/OREthics

    Dan Wu is a Privacy Counsel & Legal Engineer at Immuta, an automated data governance platform for analytics. He’s advocated for data ethics, inclusive urban innovation, and diversity in TechCrunch, Harvard Business Review, and Fast Company. He's helped Fortune 500 companies, governments, and startups with ethical & agile data strategies. He holds a Harvard J.D. & Ph.D. Find more resources on cities, ethics, and innovation here or the QR code below: http://bit.ly/DWRequest


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    Making Broadway Accessible with Bonnie Comley and Stewart F. Lane: Episode 123

    Making Broadway Accessible with Bonnie Comley and Stewart F. Lane: Episode 123

    In this episode of Relate, we are joined by three-time Tony-winning producer Bonnie Comley and six-time Tony-winning producer Stewart F. Lane. We discuss the current state of Broadway, especially during times of Covid, and how their streaming platform, BroadwayHD, is making theater more accessible to a wider and more diverse audience. We discuss how Broadway has always been an evolving art form, the role of producers in a production, collaboration for artistic and financial success, how to find a great script, and the future of Broadway. There is a lot of great conversation to unpack in this episode, so strap in and get ready for a backstage look at the world of Broadway!

    Please be sure to check out Bonnie and Stewart's streaming platform at https://www.broadwayhd.com/

    Bonnie Comley is a three-time Tony Award-winning producer. She has, also, won an Olivier Award and two Drama Desk Awards for her stage productions. She is a full member of The Broadway League and the Audience Engagement and Education Committee. Comley has produced over 40 films, winning four Telly Awards and one W3 Award. She is the founder and CEO of BroadwayHD, the world’s premier online streaming platform delivering over 270 premium live productions to theatre fans globally. The theatre community has honored Comley for her philanthropic work; she is the recipient of The Actors Fund Medal of Honor, The Drama League Special Contribution to the Theater Award, The Paul Newman Award from Arts Horizons and The Theater Museum Distinguished Service Award. Comley’s educational honors include The Distinguished Alumni Award from Emerson College and The Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Massachusetts and the business honor society Beta Gamma Sigma. The Music Theatre Program at Boston University is named in her honor, The Musical Theatre Society Room at Emerson College bears her name, the 500-seat theater at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is known as the Comley-Lane Theatre, and The Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley Stage is housed within the Booth Arts Complex in Boston. Comley has been a keynote speaker or panelist at BroadwayCon, C2E2 (Chicago ComicCon), SXSW, Theatre Resources Unlimited (TRU) and City National Bank Women Entrepreneurs, and taught masterclasses or guest lectured at Columbia University, New York University, Emerson College, NYFA, Five Towns College and UMass, among others. 

    Stewart F. Lane is Chief Executive Officer, President and Co- Founder of BroadwayHD and Chief Executive Officer of Theater Venture Inc. He is a six- time Tony Award winning producer for ”Jay Johnson:  The Two Only,” “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” “The Will Rogers Follies” “La Cage Aux Folles,” “A Gentleman Guide to Love and Murder” and “War Horse.”As well as a nine time nominee including “Fiddler on the Roof” (revival) starring Alfred Molina,“Gypsy” (revival) starring Bernadette Peters, “1776” (revival) starring Pat Hingle and Brent Spiner, “The Goodbye Girl” starring Martin Short and Bernadette Peters and “Woman of the Year” starring Lauren Bacall. Lane is also the recipient of four Drama Desk Awards, a Drama Critics Circle Award, a Outer Circle Critics Award and a Drama- Lounge Award . Other Broadway producing credits include “Cyrano De Bergerac” starring Kevin Kline, Jennifer Garner and Daniel Sunjata, “Legally Blonde the musical,” “Minnelli on Minnelli” starring Liza Minnelli, “Wait Until Dark” starring Quentin Tarantino and Marisa Tomei, “Can-Can” starring Zizi Jeanmaire, “Frankenstein” starring Dianne Wiest, “Teaneck Tanzi” starring Deborah Harry and Andy Kaufman, “A Change in the Heir,” “The Grand Tour” starring Joel Grey, “West Side Story” starring Debbie Allen and many more.




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