All tagged Theater

Call Answered: I am one of the biggest "Golden Girls" fans out there. Needless to say, when I heard that a "Golden Girls" parody was coming Off-Broadway, starring puppets no less, it was a no brainer that I HAD to talk to the show's creator! As luck would have it, I was granted an interview with Jonathan Rockefeller, creator of "That Golden Girls Show! - Puppet Parody" which will be playing DR2 Theatre from September 19-December 11!
Call Answered: "Call Me Adam" chats with actress, comedian, and playwright Lucie Pohl about her one-woman show "Hi, Hitler," which returns to NYC after a sold out Edinburgh Fringe Festival run, a sold out debut on London’s West End and a sold-out off-Broadway preview run at 59E59. "Hi, Hitler" plays from October 22-November 2 at IRT Theater in NYC!
Call Answered: "Call Me Adam" chats with actor and writer Richard Tanner about his one-man show "small PARTS," part cautionary tale, part irreverent skewering of show business, "small PARTS" chronicles Richard's 20+ year career in over 75 feature films and primetime shows. "small PARTS" is enjoying an extended run in the Hollywood Fringe Festival Encore Series from October 15-November 19 at The Lounge Theatre in Hollywood, CA!
Call Answered: "Call Me Adam" chats one of the youngest producers he's met Alexander Baron about producing his show Vote For Me: A Musical Debate playing from August 7-16 at the Roy Arias Stage IV in NYC!
Call Answered: Call Me Adam chats with award winning actress Catherine LeFrere about starring as "Dorothy Brock" in Gateway Playhouse's production of the Tony Award winning musical 42nd Street which runs through June 8.
Call Answered: Conference call with the creatives, Tricia Brouk (Writer/Director/Choreographer) and Andrew David Sotomayor (Lyricist/Composer/Musical Supervisor), and cast member Mike Longo. "Call Me Adam" chats about the new Off-Broadway musical "Committed," a dark and beautiful book musical about eight people working through the pain of their mental illnesses in a psychiatric institute playing April 17-20 at the West End Theatre at Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew in NYC.
Call Answered: From HBO's Looking, "Call Me Adam" chats with actor and writer Raul Castillo about starring on the hit HBO show as "Richie," working with Jonathan Groff, and his current run in Jose Rivera's "Adoration of the Old Woman" at INTAR Theatre in New York City, which has been extended through April 19.
Call Answered: Facetime Video Interview: "Call Me Adam" chats with "Passing Strange" Tony Award winner Stew live at 54 Below about his return to the Broadway community with his new concert at 54 Below in NYC on March 7 and 8 at 8pm.
"Call Me Adam" went behind the scenes into the rehearsal room to chat with the cast of Andy Halliday's new comedy "Nothing But Trash," directed by G.R. Johnson, which will play at Theater for the New City from March 6-23.
Call Answered: Factime video Interview: "Call Me Adam" went backstage with Broadway actress Cass Morgan to talk about starring in the new Broadway musical "The Bridges of Madison County," currently playing at The Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre in NYC (236 West 46th Street).
Call Answered: Facetime Interview with actor/writer J. Stephen Brantley and Obie Award winning director/actor David Drake about their new show Chicken-Fried Ciccone: A Twangy True Tale of Transformation as part of NYC's Frigid Festival from February 19-March 8 at Under St. Marks. Chicken-Fried Ciccone tells the tale of one man's journey to heroin and back, set to countrified covers of classic Madonna.
"Call Me Adam" traveled the streets of New York City to his Harlem studios to chat with "The Screw You Revue" (Lady Winifred and Didi Panache) about their hilarious improvised musical comedy show which they perform twice a month at The Duplex in NYC. Their next show is February 8 at 9:30pm and February 21 at 9:30pm.
Call Answered: "Call Me Adam" chatted with rising composer/lyricist team Charlie Sohne and Tim Rosser about their upcoming concert of music, "Tim and Charlie Go Solo" at New York City's Birldand Jazz (315 West 44th Street, between 8th & 9th Avenue) on Monday, February 3 at 7pm.
Call Answered: "Call Me Adam" chats with Frenchie Davis, Broadway star and "The Voice" contestant, about making her Metropolitan Room debut with her musical soulmate/non sexual life partner, pianist and comedian Kathryn Lounsberry as they proudly present "The French & Kat Show" from February 8-10.
Call Answered: "Call Me Adam" sat down with "Panic at the Riverside Motel" playwright John Pastore and director Maria Riboli to discuss their new show playing January 15-February 8 at Stage IV Theater in NYC.
"Call Me Adam" sat down with playwright and actress Laryssa Husiak to discuss her new play "She Is King," a reenactment of three interviews at pivotal moments in the career of tennis trailblazer Billie Jean King. "She is King" plays at Incubator Arts Project from January 14-26.
"Call Me Adam" chats with Debra Ann Byrd, Founder & Producing Artistic Director of the Harlem Shakespeare Festival & Take Wing And Soar Productions and Lisa Wolpe, actress, director, teacher, playwright & the Founder & Producing Artistic Director of the Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare Company, about their joint venture of "The Tragedy of Othello: The Moor of Venice" as part Harlem Shakespeare Festival. "The Tragedy of Othello" plays this Sunday, December 15 at 4pm at City College Center for the Arts, Aaron Davis Hall.
In my newest video interview, "Call Me Adam" sat down with award-winning director Alan Souza at Studio 21C to discuss his "Musical Theatre Audition Boot Camp" class. Additionally, "Call Me Adam" got the inside scoop from several of Alan's students as to what makes Alan's class different from other classes being offered.
"Call Me Adam" chats with British actor Kenny Doughty about starring in David Pugh's production of Simon Beaufoy's "The Full Monty" at the Noel Coward Theatre in London's West End from February 20, 2014 (officially opening February 25) through June 14, 2014. We also discuss films, television, super powers, boxers or briefs, and how keeps that sexy body!
"Call Me Adam" chats with best selling author ("The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook" series), Josh Piven, about his new play "No Reservations" at The Adrienne Theatre's Skybox in Philadelphia, PA through December 15!