All in "Adaumbelle's Quest"

"Call Me Adam" once again chats with Broadway and Television star Julie Halston. This time around Julie and I get personal as we discuss her husband, Broadcaster Ralph Howard's, diagnosis of Pulmonary Fibrosis, which has spawned the 2nd Annual Broadway Belts, a benefit for Pulmonary Fibrosis, which will be held on Monday, February 27, 2012 at 7pm at Birdland in NYC (315 West 44th Street, between 8th & 9th Avenue).
"Call Me Adam" once again chats with Drama Desk Nominee and LA Ovation Award winner Christine Pedi about dually starring in the hit Off-Broadway shows "Miss Abigail's Guide To Dating, Mating, and Marriage" and "NEWSical The Musical," working with Tom D'Angora, as well as other details of her life and career!
"Call Me Adam" once again chats with award winning composer/lyricist Ryan Scott Oliver. This time around we discuss his Kickstarter campaign for his musical exhibition "35MM," working with photographer Matthew Murphy, and other details of his life and career!
"Call Me Adam" spoke with Angela Johnson last year when she was volunteering with Broadway Impact, really helping them in the fight to legalize gay marriage. Since then, Angela volunteered on Gavin Creel's "Noise" music video, continues her volunteering with Broadway Impact, is working at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, putting together their 2012 walk-a-thon, and introducing "at risk" kids to musical theatre through her mentoring program volunteer efforts.
"Call Me Adam" talks with Kymberly Tuttle who's a rising performer starring as "Nora" "A Doll's House" as part of "Nora, in rep" which runs from January 25 through February 5 at The New Ohio Theatre in NYC famous Greenwhich Village. Here Kymberly discusses starring as "Nora", working with The Beautiful Soup Theater Collective, and other everyday details of her life and career!
Zayd Dohrn has lead a colorful life. As the son of former Weather Underground radicals Bernadine Dohrn and Bill Ayers, he started out his early childhood in hiding until the age of 4. Now, as an adult, Zayd has become a successful playwright and screenwriter. His latest play, "Outside People," is currently playing at The Vineyard Theatre in conjunction with Naked Angels through January 29! Here Zayd talks about being a playwright/screen writer, growing up in hiding, teaching, and other everyday details of his life and career!
"Adaumbelle's Quest" welcomes back Tony, Drama Desk, and Theatre World Award Winner Joanna Gleason who this time around discusses starring in Roundabout Theatre Company's "Sons of the Prophet," her upcoming book "Rancho Mirage," reflecting on "Into The Woods" and Bette Midler's show "Bette," as well as other everyday details of her life and career!
"Adaumbelle's Quest" welcomes rising actor Claybourne Elder who's making his Broadway debut in "Bonnie & Clyde." Claybourne discusses what attracted him to "Bonnie & Clyde," what it means to be making his Broadway debut, what it was like to perform in the "80th Birthday Celebration of Sondheim," as well as other everyday details of his life and career!
"Adaumbelle's Quest" welcomes rising actress, singer, and writer Melissa van der Schyff who is currently starring in Broadway's "Bonnie & Clyde." Melissa discusses returning to Broadway, how she identifies with her character of "Blanche" in "Bonnie & Clyde," being a songwriter, animation writer, and voiceover artist, as well as other everyday details of her life and career!
There is a hot new Off-Broadway musical in town called "Temple of the Souls" and I had the honor of interviewing the writer, director, and co-composer. What makes this show and interview so special is that the creatives behind the show are two generations of women from the same family. The grandmother, Anita Velez-Mitchell wrote the book while one granddaughter, Anika Paris, is the co-composer, and her other granddaughter, Lorca Peress, is the director. Not only did generational and family ties influence the show, but it also shaped this interview.
"Adaumbelle's Quest" welcomes Andrea Marcovicci, who has been dubbed "The High Priestess of the American Songbook" by The New York Times. Andrea is celebrating 25 years of performing at The Oak Room in NYC's famed Algonquin Hotel with a new show "No Strings" through December 30. Here Andrea talks with me about 25 years of performing at The Oak Room, her new show, her process in putting a show together, having songs written for her, teaching, and other everyday details of her life and career!
"Adaumbelle's Quest" and two-time Tony Award Nominee and co-founder of Broadway Impact, Gavin Creel make some "Noise!" Gavin and I discuss gay marriage, the future of Broadway Impact, and how his new single "Noise" (co-written by Robbie Roth) and accompanying video (created with Andrew Keenan-Bolger) will help continue the fight for marriage equality!
"Adaumbelle's Quest" welcomes rising actor Peter Matthew Connolly who discusses starring in Trinity Rep's annual holiday show "A Christmas Carol" which runs through December 30, the 50th Anniversary of Shelagh Delaney's "A Taste of Honey," as well as other everyday details of his life and career!
Caroline Selia is a rising performer who is currently starring in Metropolis Opera Project's "One Hot Kitchen" through December 11 at Medicine Show Theatre in NYC. Here she discusses working with playwright David Caudle, studying and performing electronica opera, and other everyday details of her life and career!
Ben Pegg is rising singer/songwriter who recently released his self-titled debut album. I was first introduced to Ben this past summer while I was vacationing in Provincetown, MA. Ben was performing outside of Town Hall and as soon as I heard him sing, I became an instant fan! With the large crowd gathering around, Ben is definitely attracting attention! Here Ben discusses his musical influences, releasing his self-titled debut album, choosing acoustic music over other genres of music, and other everyday details of his life and career!