Broadway actor, student of life and aspiring renaissance man Denis Emile Lambert is hungry to learn about everything. With guests from the theatre community and beyond at every stage of their life journeys, Denis will explore how being a student is essential to our well-being. New episodes are released every Thursday.
Christina DeCicco - Motherhood
Broadway actress Christina DeCicco (Evita, Wicked, Spiderman) talks about her first year of motherhood. She shares what being a mother has taught her and talks about balancing her family and career. Christina and Denis explore motherhood in some of the...
Mike Mosallam - Narratives and Identity
Mike Mosallam, director, producer, writer and head of Mike Mosallam Productions, speaks about identities in the stories he tells on screen. Mike talks about how his film Breaking Fast came to be and why All-American Muslim, his show for TLC, was a...
Diana Basmajian - RBG and Creativity
Diana Basmajian, a producer, director, coach and artist in New York, tells Denis why Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg means so much to her. They discuss the RBG crochet dolls that Diana has been making for over two years to raise money for charities that...
Robert Price - Working With Actors
Robert Price has taught and directed at many of London's leading drama schools including RADA and LAMDA. Robert and Denis discuss his love of teaching and why he finds change profoundly hopeful. Robert also speaks about the recent administrative changes...
Krysta Rodriguez - Navigating A Career
Stage and screen star Krysta Rodriguez talks about playing Liza Minnelli in the upcoming Ryan Murphy miniseries Halston and how she has used her time in quarantine to reflect on her career and pursue her passion for interior design. Krysta speaks about...
Adam Laird - Choosing Music and Joy
Adam Laird, who was recently Associate Musical Director on Broadway's Beetlejuice, shares how he made the transition from actor to musical director/vocal coach by following his joy and allowing the people around him to be his school. Adam and Denis...
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10/10 Something for everyone
Entertaining, educating, enriching. This podcast is a must for actors, but there really is something for everyone in each discussion. Denis does a great job of finding interesting people with unique experiences. A fun way to grow artistically and spiritually.
This podcast is outstanding!! Very insightful and exciting conversations about important issues - highly recommend!