In-depth conversations with Broadway's brightest, bringing you what's new, what's noteworthy, and what's coming next to a stage near you.
Amber Iman on Broadway Advocacy Coalition, Activism, and Trying New Things
In the third episode of our new season, we’re speaking with Amber Iman, a founding member of Broadway Advocacy Coalition, on how the organization started out of a need from the community. Tune in to this podcast to hear how BAC is building a coalition of artists who are doing the work, how her original plans for the beginnings of Black Women on Broadway were derailed, and how writing has given her the opportunity to control her own narrative.
Derek Klena on the Modern Story that is Jagged Little Pill and his "High School Musical" Upbringing
In the second episode of our new season, we’re speaking with Tony Award-nominee Derek Klena, who portrays Nick Healy in Jagged Little Pill, on the modern story that is at the heart of the show and his "High School Musical" upbringing.
Please note, this podcast was recorded prior to the 2020 Tony Awards nominations ceremony.
Andre Bishop on Lincoln Center Theater's Resiliency, Looking to the Future and Having Important Conversations over Zoom
In this first episode of our second season, we’re speaking with Andre Bishop, Producing Artistic Director at Lincoln Center Theater, on how he and his team have persevered throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please note, this podcast was recorded prior to the Broadway shutdown extension through May 30, 2021.
Priscilla Lopez, Ashley Park, & Bess Wohl on How Grand Horizons Champions the Underdog
In this special live podcast from BroadwayCon, we’re speaking with Priscilla Lopez, Ashley Park, & Bess Wohl on how Grand Horizons, now at the Hayes Theater, has championed the underdog. Tune in to this podcast to hear about the characters that Priscilla and Ashley portray, Bess’s experiences in working with the cast and creative team, as well as how they’ve all grown throughout the process of creating this new play.
Stephen Schwartz on the legacy of Wicked and fostering new talent
In this podcast, we’re speaking with Stephen Schwartz on the lasting legacy of Wicked and his role in fostering new talent for the theatre in Wicked’s new project with ASCAP, “Flying Free.” Tune in to this podcast to hear about the development of Elphaba and G(a)linda, and his experiences with the effect that this musical has had on the world.
Stephanie Hsu on Be More Chill Fans and the Importance of Diversity
In this podcast, we’re speaking with Stephanie Hsu on her roles in Be More Chill, SpongeBob SquarePants, and the upcoming season of Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Tune in to this podcast to hear about how she should be named “Broadway’s Renaissance Woman,” her love of gardening, and why she needs to update her website.
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In depth interviews
I love this podcast. The in-depth interviews are very interesting. A different angle than most interviews. I hope there are more episodes coming soon 😀
Great Stephen Schwartz interview
One of my heroes too. Pippin and Godspell are the best, but love Wicked too. Glad he enjoys making them as much as we do seeing them.
Great Will Chase interview
Always liked him, and he seems really smart and funny (in show too). Good questions as well, back and forth entertaining. Will tune in again.