All tagged London

Call Answered: Frances Ruffelle: "Les Misérables" + "Frances Ruffelle Live(s) In New York" at Green Room 42

Call Answered: After interviewing Laura Abbott about her play "I Am Not I," my ears perked up when she told me her friend Lexie Braverman was starring in a new play called "Dark Vanilla Jungle," about a young girl trying to stay alive amidst an act of violence that alters her existence & everyone she touches. I then knew I had to delve deep into this show. Presented by Brave Artists Collective, "Dark Vanilla Jungle" will play a limited run at The Flamboyan Theater in NYC 3/14-3/26!
Call Answered: As a former stand-up comedian myself, I'm always intrigued by other comics. When British comedian Josie Long's show "Something Better" was presented to me, I had to find out more, especially while living in this post-election apocalypse, I am constantly looking for "Something Better" to focus on. Josie's show, "Something Better," will be playing throughout London this February and March!
Call Answered: I love being introduced to new artists, especially those who have their own style! Jonny Woo definitely has a style all his own. As one of London's most celebrated alternative cabaret artists, Jonny Woo got his start, right here in NYC. When Chip Duckett from Spin Cycle suggested I interview Jonny for his upcoming return engagement of "Glitter in the Groove" from September 3-5 at The Laurie Beechman Theatre, I got all sparkly for the occasion!
Call Answered: It has been five years since I first interviewed Stuart Williams. I have been following Stuart's career ever since, which is why I am beyond excited that Stuart is back on stage this summer in the world premiere of "The Report" which is part of the 2015 NYC International Fringe Festival from August 15-28 at Lynn Redgrave Theatre (45 Bleecker Street). "The Report" examines the true, unknown story of the British government’s cover-up of the deadliest civilian tragedy of World War II.
Call Answered: Facetime interview with the cast of "Signal Failure": "Call Me Adam" went behind-the-scenes of the SoHo Playhouse in NYC to speak with the cast of "Signal Failure," Sasha Ellen (who also wrote the play) and Spencer Cowan (from PBS' Downton Abbey). "Signal Failure" tells the story of a girl and (kind-of) stalker guys’ journey through life, love and the London Underground, until a newspaper column brings them together! "Signal Failure" plays at the SoHo Playhouse (15 Vandam Street) in NYC through November 16!
"Call Me Adam" once again chats with Dina Martina. This time around we talk about her new show at NYC's Laurie Beechman Theatre from September 26-October 5!
Direct from London, "Call Me Adam" chats with singer and actress Melanie Stace about her Feinstein's debut "Sirens of the Silver Screen", working in theatre/television, and other details of her life and career!
"Call Me Adam" once again chats with award winning composer/lyricist Bobby Cronin. This time around we discuss his award winning new original musical "Daybreak" which will be have two productions this June in London and New Jersey and other details of his life and career!