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Casting Actors Cast Welcome to "CASTING ACTORS CAST " the podcast with an inside look at acting as a profession from master teacher and casting director, Jeffrey Dreisbach, a casting partner for McCorkle Casting Ltd in New York City. This podcast is for talent wanting to know more about casting, acting and the business of show!
Car Con Carne Chicago media personality James VanOsdol (JVO) visits new restaurants every week with a guest sitting shotgun. They eat and talk in James's Mazda 3… and sometimes the guest even performs in the car.
David Boles: Human Meme This Human Meme podcast is the inflection point for what it means to live a life of knowing. We are in the critical moment of human induction. David Boles is a writer, publisher, teacher, lyricist and author living and working in New York City. He has dedicated his life to founding the irrevocable aesthetic. Be a Human Meme!
Beginnings We all know the stories of how creative people get into the business of creating for a living, but how did they start using their imaginations in the first place? On the Beginnings podcast, writer and performer Andy Beckerman asks well-known and on-their-way-up comedians, musicians, writers, artists and thinkers about their earliest creative acts, their formative childhood experiences, and how they've developed both creatively and emotionally over the years. Beginnings is part therapy, part philosophy and almost all fascinating (95% according to FDA studies).
Beyond the Playlist with JHammondC This Podcast wants to expand the definition of a playlist and introduce people to new, old, and interesting artists of all types. To Explore the creative process in all endeavors and disciplines.
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155 Porn Hub – TAO Bo ask the question is porn bad for the youth.
156 – Information Caste System – TAO Bo looks at the US as an information caste system as well as various topics on King Von as a serial killer and BTB Savage murder as a contract killing
The Blue Fairy Book – The Master-Maid, Pt. 2 Today, the Giant will send our Prince on two more dangerous tasks before promising to introduce him to the Master-Maid (whom of course he's already betrothed). Book: The Blue Fairy Book by Andrew Lang Host: Dan Scholz Support The Folktale Project by becoming a supporter on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/folktaleprojector buy me a coffee on Ko-Fi at https://ko-fi.com/thefolktaleproject.
      
Top 10 Ways To Get Better at Mixing, Faster Justin Colletti shares the top 10 ways you can dramatically speed up your progress in mixing. ►Get the Lauten LS-208 Mic used in this video for $50 off here: https://bit.ly/lauten208-50off ►Get FREE plugins that run on your GPU: https://gpu.audio/sonic-scoop ►Get Mixing Breakthroughs here: https://mixingbreakthroughs.com ►Get Compression Breakthroughs here: https://compressionbreakthroughs.com ►Get Mastering Demystified here: https://MasteringDemystified.com
Thriving in Music With Hearing Damage: How to Beat Tinnitus & Hearing Loss (w Jack Rubinacci) Justin Colletti and special guest Jack Rubinacci talk about how to overcome tinnitus and hearing loss so that you can thrive as a musician, producer or engineer in the studio and on stage. ►Get FREE plugins that run on your GPU: https://gpu.audio/sonic-scoop ►Get Mixing Breakthroughs here: https://mixingbreakthroughs.com ►Get Compression Breakthroughs here: https://compressionbreakthroughs.com ►Get Mastering Demystified here: https://MasteringDemystified.com
(30:07) Jeff Regan, Investigator brings us our last story this week. From October 2, 1948, we’ll hear The Man With The Key.
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Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and Jeff Regan, Investigator We begin Case Closed with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe this week, and his episode from January 22, 1949, The Orange Dog.
(30:07) Jeff Regan, Investigator brings us our last story this week. From October 2, 1948, we’ll hear The Man With The Key.
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(28:52) Our second story is The Red Light Bandit, from Dragnet. That episode originally aired July 14, 1949.
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Barrie Craig and Dragnet This week, we begin Case Closed with Corpse On Delivery, the November 28, 1951, episode of Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator.
(28:52) Our second story is The Red Light Bandit, from Dragnet. That episode originally aired July 14, 1949.
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(30:00) Nick Carter, Master Detective brings us our second story with Murder In The Night, his case from November 12, 1944.
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Richard Diamond and Nick Carter This week, Richard Diamond, Private Detective begins the show with his story from August 2, 1950, The Fixed Fight Case.
(30:00) Nick Carter, Master Detective brings us our second story with Murder In The Night, his case from November 12, 1944.
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(29:38) Our final story is Coney Island Nocturne, from The Crime Club. That episode originally aired July 10, 1947.

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This Is Your FBI and The Crime Club Case Closed begins with This Is Your FBI this week. We’ll hear their episode from September 3, 1948, The Great Deception.
(29:38) Our final story is Coney Island Nocturne, from The Crime Club. That episode originally aired July 10, 1947.

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When You're In A Growth Period In this podcast I share with you how to navigate when you're in a period of growth and offer support and guidance for those navigating through the challenges of personal development. As someone who has gone through multiple growth periods in my own life, I know firsthand how isolating and overwhelming it can feel. In this episode, we explore the uncomfortable and vulnerable aspects of being in the midst of a growth period. We discuss practical tips for identifying and letting go of old patterns and conditioning, as well as strategies for staying motivated and hopeful throughout the journey.Thank you for joining me as I share personal stories and insights from my own journey and hope that by listening you gain greater clarity and support if you're going through the same.PS: I only have 2 spots remaining for 1:1 Coaching in April – APPLY HEREwww.talibrash.com/coachingSupport the showThanks so much for listening! If you enjoy what you hear, I'd really appreciate it if you could leave a 5 star rating and review here. Also… Try 7 FREE Days of Creative Mama Meditation Library here www.talibrash.com Follow me on Instagram & Tik Tok
On a serendipitous evening, an isolated man unexpectedly sails through his gloom into another lonely ship.

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02. Lawrence the Enormous This week our Short Stack is a poignant story called “Lawrence the Enormous” by Chelsea Baumgarten.
On a serendipitous evening, an isolated man unexpectedly sails through his gloom into another lonely ship.

This episode of Short Stack Stories is produced by Jackie Meissner and Liv Vordenberg. Edited and sound designed by Liv Vordenberg. ⁣⁣Our cover art is by Andrew Harley, our script editor is Joe Reault, and our theme song is by Masino, whose music is available on all streaming platforms!



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Unfamiliar Terrain Kyle Dacuyan is a poet, performer, and translator. His poem have appeared in DIAGRAM, Lambda Literary, Foundry, and Best New Poets, among other places. He is the recipient of scholarships from Poets House, the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, Sewanee Writers’ Conference, and the Academy of American Poets. Prior to joining The Poetry Project, he served as co-director of National Outreach and Membership at PEN America, where he led the launch of a nationwide community engagement fund for writers. Previously, he served as associate director at the Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America.The Poetry ProjectAmerican Academy of PoetsSt. Mark's in the Bowery ChurchPoetry FoundationThe Paris Review O, MiamiAlex Waters is the technical producer, audio editor and engineer for the Short Fuse Podcast. He is a music producer and a student at Berklee College of Music. He has written and produced music and edited for podcasts including The Faith and Chai Podcast and Con Confianza. He writes, produces and records music for independent artists, including The Living.  He lives in Brooklyn can can be reached at [email protected] with inquiries.
Fibber McGee and Molly in "Easter Dress Creation"  March 23, 1948 NBC
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Fibber McGee ”Molly’s Easter Creation” ”Fibber Needs Glasses” Easter and Springtime Theme
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Fibber McGee and Molly "Spring Parade" April 14, 1942 NBC
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Fibber McGee ”Hall Closet w Gracie Allen” ”Fibber Needs Glasses” Fibber McGee and Molly 'Cleaning the Hall Closet" March 5, 1940 NBC Guest star Gracie Allen 
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Duffy’s Tavern Audition show 1940 Guest Milton Berle 1943 Duffy's Tavern on Forecast Audition July 29, 1940 CBS 
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AI Rihanna sings Queen Bey's song, Drake, The Weeknd AI song go viral- is this the end of Black Music? AI is taking over all conversations right now. They are writing scripts, essays, songs. But now, Ai can imitate your actual voice. Remember when R Kelly said he didn't sing that song? He prolly didn't. Now Rihanna AI is singing Beyonce's song, " Cuff it", 800,000 spins and counting, and also, AI Drake and the Weeknd have a song thats blowing up-and Drake is mad about it! How are the major labels going to protect publishing and mechanical rights for artists? Listen in , and learn how.



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ADULT CONTENT: Lil Nas X Faking Gay? jaguar Wright arrested on LIVE? Ice Spice an Industry Plant? Current Event, Open Panel? Lil Nas X high school homies are saying the Guy, Montero always dated girls and never showed any signs that he was anywhere near gay . They claim he is being gay for pay…Jaguar Wright has been arrested while sitting the pool talking in Shreveport, Ice Spice



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Episode 265: The Only Constant is Change People come and people go: from our projects, our bands, and our lives. Are you prepared for that essential member to go on to bigger and better things? Today yer bois talk about the pain of losing a key person, and the need to keep an eye out at all times. That next beloved member might come from any direction!
Episode 266: How do you franchise your band? (Interview with John Pisano from Jukebox Productions) This week's special guest is John Pisano from Jukebox Productions. John's got two sibling bands operating in San Diego, CA and Boise, Idaho. He's right at the cutting edge of what an events/weddings band can be. Hear him talk about integrating a DJ into his band, how he evolved his thinking on pricing, and so many other things. In fact, this conversation has been SO HOTLY ANTICIPATED among the Slack members that they've straight begged to have it release mid-day instead of this evening. THAT'S how very essential John Pisano is. Jukebox Productions: https://jukeboxproductions.us/Blank Contracts & Riders: https://www.coverbandconfidential.com/store/performance-contractsBacking Track Resources: https://www.coverbandconfidential.com/store/backing-track-resourcesThank you so much for tuning in! If you want to help be sure to like, subscribe and share with your friends! Linktree: linktr.ee/coverbandconfidentialFollow us on Instagram!@coverbandconfidential@adampatrickjohnson@danraymusicianIf you have any questions please email at:[email protected] supporting us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/coverbandconfidentialOr buy me us cup of coffee!paypal.me/cbconfidentialAnd for more info check out www.coverbandconfidential.com
Episode 267: When is it time to delegate band responsibilities? This week after returning from the Great Smoky Mountains, Adam and Dan talk about their weeks and Adam discusses how his thoughts about being a "band leader" have changed in recent months.Check out Adam's review of Ableset 2 here: https://youtu.be/GGDNS3rdBekUse this link to save $10 off! https://ableset.app/cbc/Ableton Live Template: https://www.coverbandconfidential.com/store/backing-track-resourcesBlank Contracts & Riders: https://www.coverbandconfidential.com/store/performance-contractsThank you so much for tuning in! If you want to help be sure to like, subscribe and share with your friends! Linktree: linktr.ee/adampatrickjohnson linktr.ee/coverbandconfidentialFollow us on Instagram!@coverbandconfidential@adampatrickjohnson@danraymusicianIf you have any questions please email at:[email protected] supporting us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/coverbandconfidentialOr buy us a cup of coffee!paypal.me/cbconfidentialAnd for more info check out www.coverbandconfidential.com
A Benny for Your Thoughts on The Mating Game with Benny & Valerie It's here! It's here! Synergy Theater's THE MATING GAME opens at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, CA, this week, Thursday April 13th! Visit SyngeryTheater.com and look for "Performances" to get your tickets now. In this interview – which took longer than expected to schedule (Benny explains why) – Benjamin "Benny" Garcia joins us for the first time. Benny is an incredible Improviser and the newest performer to join Synergy Theater's cast. We talk about about 11-year-old Benny's experience with an Italian youth-theater director, ("You're all RATS!"), how Benny first found Improvised Theater, and the dating show Benny would design if he could. If that were'nt enough, Benny's cat Carl makes a guest appearance and we play a game during which Valerie asks Benny a question I never could have expected. Once again, THE MATING GAME opens at The Lesher Center for the Arts Thursday April 13, 2023, and runs to April 23, 2023. See you there!
Episode 155: Taken TO SKOOL with Zion's Blood Talking to Ryan, Alex, and Carl of the NEW hardcore group Zion's Blood from Connecticut. We talk about the hardcore scene & attitude, their band forming, the approach they take to music, the songwriting process, and how they see the future playing out. Check out their Linktree here: (https://linktr.ee/zionsbloodhc) for ways to follow, see live footage, and the Punknews Review I wrote! Get their latest tunes on Bandcamp here: (https://zionsbloodhc.bandcamp.com/album/zions-blood). Playlist: 1. Cut The Middle – Zion's Blood 2. Charge The Fool – Zion's Blood 3. Truth To Power – Zion's Blood



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Theatre Audience Podcast: S3 Ep1 Natalie and Darren discuss a plethora of theatre we’ve seen in December and recommendations of what’s on in January. Productions reviewed in this episode include: Moulin Rouge, The Great Gatsby, Bugsy Malone, The Further Adventures of Peter Pan – The Return of Captain Hook, A Streetcar Named Desire, Watch on The Rhine, Orlando, Dolly Parton’s Smoky Mountain Christmas Carol.
Theatre Audience Podcast: S3 Ep2 Natalie and Darren discuss a plethora of theatre we’ve seen in January and recommendations of what’s on in February. Productions reviewed in this episode include: Bugsy Malone, On the Ropes, Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty, Irrelevant, Jack and the Beanstalk, As You Like It, Allegiance and Witness for the Prosecution. Interview with Oli Higginson about his role in  Smoke at Southwark Playhouse and chat about thr Netflix series Bridgerton.
Theatre Audience Podcast: S3 Ep3 Natalie and Darren discuss a plethora of theatre we’ve seen in February and recommendations of what’s on in February/ March. Productions reviewed in this episode include: Best of Enemies at Noel Coward Theatre, Back to the Future at Adelphi Theatre, Noises Off at The Pheonix Theatre, To Kill A Mockingbird at Gielgud Theatre, Frantic Assembly’s Othello at Lyric Hammersmith, Smoke at Southwark Playhouse.
Theatre Audience Podcast: S3 Ep4 Natalie and Darren discuss a plethora of theatre we’ve seen in February and recommendations of what’s on in March. Productions reviewed in this episode include: Frozen at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Tina – The Tina Turner Musical at The Aldwych, Mother Goose at Chichester Festival Theatre, Windfall at Southwark Playhouse, Sylvia at The Old Vic,  I *** You In My Spaceship at Vaults, Buff at Vaults, David Copperfield & Cirque Beserk at Riverside Studios.
Theatre Audience Podcast: S3 Ep5 Natalie and Darren discuss a plethora of theatre we’ve seen at the start of March and recommendations of what to go and see. Productions reviewed in this episode include: Pride and Prejudice (Sort of) at Chichester, Legally Blonde at Arts Educational, Age is a Feeling at Soho Theatre, Standing at the Sky’s Edge at Olivier National Theatre. My Son is a Queer at Ambassadors Theatre and Phaedra at Lyttleton National Theatre.
Theatre Audience Podcast: S3 Ep6 Natalie and Darren discuss the plethora of theatre we’ve seen. Productions reviewed in this episode include: Killing the Cat (Riverside Studios), The Great British Bake Off The Musical (Noel Coward Theatre), Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Lyric Hammersmith), Gone Too Far with a backstage interview with Jerome Scott (Stratford East), Bonnie & Clyde (Garrick Theatre) and Sylvia (Old Vic).
Theatre Audience Podcast: S3 Ep7 Natalie and Darren discuss theatre we’ve seen and recommendations of what is coming up. Productions reviewed in this episode include: Oklahoma (Wyndhams) Shirley Valentine (Duke of York’s) Ain’t Too Proud (Prince Edward) The Way Old Friends Do – Tour (York Theatre Royal) Marjorie Prime (Menier Chocolate Factory) Elton John – Farewell Tour (O2). Including an interview with Ian Hallard.
EGG ROLLS AND THE WHITEHOUSE An Easter treat from the USA. Let Paul and Angela take you on a wee journey from the LA hills.
Episode 51 – Applaudable Perspectives featuring Dr. Shamender Talwar Pam is joined by social psychologist and co-founder of the Unity of Faiths Foundation (TUFF), Dr. Shamender Talwar. In this week’s episode, Pam and Dr. Talwar reflect on their personal experience of the aftermath of The Covenant School catastrophe. When Pam was first told by Mark about the Green Hills active shooting situation, she called Dr. Talwar and picked him up in the Green Hills hotel he was staying in, and the two rushed to the scene to lend humanitarian support. Dr. Talwar offers some words of advice for children and families dealing with this horrendous tragedy. Dr. Talwar is available for counseling, workshops, and interviews. Please join us in helping in the implementation of positive mental health solutions.
Episode 52 – Applaudable Perpectives featuring Patricia Kriebel Pam is joined by past president of Sister Cities of Franklin and Williamson County, Patricia Kriebel. In this week’s podcast, Patricia will speak upon her involvement in the Sister Cities of Franklin and Williamson Country as well as her life which she has dedicated to service. Patricia has served on the board for Sister Cities for over fifteen years, and within her time, created a relationship with Germany to enable exchange students to have a foreign language component. She is an avid international traveler as she was an international flight attendant for nine years and her family has hosted eight foreign exchange students. Patricia has been involved in preservation and numerous community outreach efforts. She currently sits on the Franklin Sister Cities Board.
Episode 53 – Applaudable Perspectives featuring Dr. Megan Warren Pam is joined by doctor of epidemiology, Dr. Megan Warren. In this week’s podcast Megan speaks on her journey around the world and her experience in the field of Epidemiology. Dr. Warren has over 20 years of clinical experience as a physical therapist. Her research expertise includes design and statistical analysis of studies, collaborating with colleagues across campus and the local health care community. She also has two primary areas of research: analysis of administrative data for the positive outcomes of physical therapy and association of clinically relevant, functional tests with non-contact injuries in athletes. Dr. Megan Warren is currently a senior program officer at Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute.
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Arts Magazine Show: Talking Poetry with Erin Adair-Hodges of Rockhurst University What makes poetry, poetry? Can we compare it to religious texts? Does it always have to rhyme? Hogge and Adair-Hodges dive right into the discussion! For more information about this […]
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Arts Magazine Show: Bill Nicks reenacts various characters in history! History fans rejoice! Bill Nicks reenacts Wilber Wright, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Tom Pendergast and more!      
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Arts Magazine Show: Jeanne Beachwood & KC Rosson Jeanne Beachwood the Artistic Director of the Martin City Melodrama presents The Wizard of Paws! For more information visit: martincitymelodrama.org   KC Rosson-Glinda 26 Years of Summer Camps New Shows Opening […]
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Westport Concert Series: Lyra Pherigo & Marian Thomas; Case Trick Band Lyra  Pherigo-Artistic Director Marian Thomas-Founded Westport Concert Series, has directed for 21 years. Currently teaches harpsichord as well as piano. Hosting the band Cass Duo  Shadow Land Project Team Casey […]
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Matthew, This is Your Five Minute Call This week, Wyatt talks with the Magic Thespian, Matthew Swanson about everything magic and theatre, and how magic is an off-shoot of theatre. This is a one-of-a-kind guest as we have not had a magician on yet, you don't want to miss it!Check Matthew out on Instagram @ magic.thespian"Overture" from The Addams Family (Original Cast Recording)
Elsa, This is Your Five Minute Call This week, Wyatt talks with Elsa Kegelman, just recently seen in Proof at The Stagecrafters and A View from the Bridge with New Light Theatre. When not on stage you can find her as the Marketing Director for New Light Theatre or serving up espresso and pastries over at Sleeping Bird Coffee! Wyatt and Elsa talk about listening to their own voice and self-care with McDonald's after a show. Follow Elsa on insta @kegelwoman Listen to Elsa's Podcast: "Wing Women" https://open.spotify.com/show/1uC3hWb46AJg1aebF3kqKq "Entr'Acte" From Little Shop of Horrors – New Broadway Cast 2003



Stars:• Jeff Chandler (Chad Remington)• Wade Crosby (Cherokee O’Bannon)



Writer:• Joel Murcott



Producer:• Paul Franklin



Music:• Bob Mitchell• Ivan Ditmars



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Return to Dos Rios | Frontier Town (1949) Original Air Date: 1949Host: Andrew RhynesShow: Frontier TownPhone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739)



Stars:• Jeff Chandler (Chad Remington)• Wade Crosby (Cherokee O’Bannon)



Writer:• Joel Murcott



Producer:• Paul Franklin



Music:• Bob Mitchell• Ivan Ditmars



Exit music from: Roundup on the Prairie by Aaron Kenny https://bit.ly/3kTj0kK



Stars:• Jeff Chandler (Chad Remington)• Wade Crosby (Cherokee O’Bannon)



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Music:• Bob Mitchell• Ivan Ditmars



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His Name Is John Smith | Frontier Town (1949) Original Air Date: 1949Host: Andrew RhynesShow: Frontier TownPhone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739)



Stars:• Jeff Chandler (Chad Remington)• Wade Crosby (Cherokee O’Bannon)



Writer:• Joel Murcott



Producer:• Paul Franklin



Music:• Bob Mitchell• Ivan Ditmars



Exit music from: Roundup on the Prairie by Aaron Kenny https://bit.ly/3kTj0kK



Stars:• Jeff Chandler (Chad Remington)• Wade Crosby (Cherokee O’Bannon)



Writer:• Joel Murcott



Producer:• Paul Franklin



Music:• Bob Mitchell• Ivan Ditmars



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Todd Ford | Frontier Town (1949) Original Air Date: 1949Host: Andrew RhynesShow: Frontier TownPhone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739)



Stars:• Jeff Chandler (Chad Remington)• Wade Crosby (Cherokee O’Bannon)



Writer:• Joel Murcott



Producer:• Paul Franklin



Music:• Bob Mitchell• Ivan Ditmars



Exit music from: Roundup on the Prairie by Aaron Kenny https://bit.ly/3kTj0kK
Harry S Green Singer, Songwriter, Recording and Music Producer, Magician. Harry S Green Singer, Songwriter, Recording and Music Producer, Magician. This is a great chat with a very creative young man. There are lots of interesting examples within this podcast oh Harry adapting to situations and coming up with interesting new ideas, very enjoyable. In Harry’s Words “So I’m Harry Green, I’m a singer songwriter as well as a recording and music producer. As well as being a magician. My passion is music. From when I was very young I started playing the drums and then realised that I couldn’t go busking with a drum kit so I taught myself Ukelele from tube and began busking and writing my own songs and recording them. Currently I am helping others to realise their musical talent and potential and help them to get their music out in the ethos.  I have my own website which is based around my recording studio active4udio.com I am starting to put up pages for each artist with links to their material and songs. My own material is available throughout all streaming media under the name of Harry S Green my most prevalent songs current is Layla’s song which I wrote for my daughter’s funeral and my later song of Baby Blue eyes which was about my girlfriend. I have recently released a formal video for Baby Blue Eyes which is out on You tube.”   Visit www.active4udio.com Baby Blue Eyes https://youtu.be/Qwigp5JsZPU     To support the podcast and get access to features about guitar playing and song writing visit https://www.patreon.com/vichyland and also news for all the creative music that we do at Bluescamp UK and France visit www.bluescampuk.co.uk   For details of the Ikaro music charity visit www.ikaromusic.com   Big thanks to Josh Ferrara for the music
Guy Cresswell Musician, Product Demonstrator, Exhibition and Conference Productions Guy Cresswell Musician, Product Demonstrator, Exhibition and Conference Productions Great chat with Guy Cresswell who has been successful in many areas of music. There is much to be learnt from this Guy Guy started musical life on the south coast of England playing in function and original bands, completed a 6 month tour of US airbases in Europe before moving to London in the 80’s working as a song writer, multi instrumental freelance musician and Product demonstrator for Roland. He has played with a variety of artists from Jools Holland, Midge Ure and The Sweet before setting up a successful exhibition and conference production company. Guy graduated from Berklee College of music in 2000, his midlife crisis saw him learn to play double-bass and study classical composition in a London Orchestra.  Guy and his extremely tolerant wife (His words not mine) now splits his time between The UK, Caribbean and the US where he plays keyboards with the soul band Mama T and The O.G’s, plays bass, co-writes and produces original band The Rejects, and plays surf guitar in the festival band Los TacoCats … wherever he goes in the world he takes an assortment of musical instruments – just in case!   All this from a food fight in a Chinese restaurant in Birmingham ….   [email protected]   To support the podcast and get access to features about guitar playing and song writing visit https://www.patreon.com/vichyland and also news for all the creative music that we do at Bluescamp UK and France visit www.bluescampuk.co.uk   For details of the Ikaro music charity visit www.ikaromusic.com   Big thanks to Josh Ferrara for the music
749: Champions of Magic with Hollie England and Alex McAleer Since opening in the U.K. in 2013, the Champions of Magic show has entertained nearly a half million people with their live performances. From London to New York City to Los Angeles and everywhere in between, this troupe of performers continues to pack theaters and make the news. Although some of the acts have changed as they have evolved over the years, the troupe has essentially remained as five outstanding performers and currently features Young & Strange (Richard Young and Sam Strange), Fernando Velasco, Hollie England and Alex McAleer.





























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Delivered & Free: Comparison Trap Thank you for joining us at NorthRidge Church! For more information please visit us online at http://www.northridgethomaston.com.



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The Copy and Paste Culture of YouTube (ft. Austin Kleon) Plagiarism has become a big problem on YouTube. On today's episode of the show, we talk to Austin Kleon, the author of "Steal like an Artist."Follow Austin Kleon → https://twitter.com/austinkleon
Is AI going to destroy YouTube? Today on the show, we talk about AI tools on YouTube, the value of scarcity and reflect on publishing our first main channel video.
Life after Nelk (ft. Jesse Sebastiani) Today on the podcast, we're interviewing Jesse Sebastiani about life after Nelk, how he got started on YouTube, and his new company, Sunday.
Is MrBeast still the most creative person on YouTube? On this episode of Creator Support, we're answering questions about MrBeast's creativity, what we look for when hiring and how young is too young to have a YouTube channel.
How Cassey Ho went from fitness instructor to YouTube millionaire (Our full interview) Today on the Colin and Samir Show, we're interviewing creator and entrepreneur Cassey Ho. She's built two 8-figure fitness brands, with over 1 million customers, all because of YouTube.Watch the YouTube video.
Episode 794:  Ginger Rogers – Musical Film Icon Part 2 As the BFI retrospective of the wide career of Gingers Rogers continues, here’s a chance to hear the second part of a conversation between Thos and Miles Eady as they discuss the series of ten Ginger and Fred musicals – in particular the Gershwin masterpiece, Shall  We Dance (1937), and their last “reunion” film, the Barclays of Broadway (1949) – and exactly why Ginger was a creative force in her own right.
Episode 795: Roman Around The Polka Theatre Carrying on with our tribute to the Polka Theatre for Children – Nick sits down with associate director Roman Stefanski.  Hear his thoughts on the show he's directed over the years, writing and directing for children and how important this theatre is to him and everyone else!

00:00: Intro 
03:30: Origin story 
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Where Focus Goes Energy Flows | Lil Buck (Part 1) Lil Buck — the world-renowned artist who's collaborated with the likes of Janelle Monáe, Lizzo, Versace, Yo-Yo Ma and more – joins the Kinjaz to talk about growing up in Memphis, his love and pursuit of dance, and consciously breaking social barriers. 

00:00: Intro 
03:30: Origin story 
08:00: Memphis Jookin'
12:00: How did you get involved with that? 
16:30: Did this community help you escape trouble? 
19:00: Pursuing dance professionally
34:00: Self refelction on growing up 
37:00: End of Part 1

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Website: lilbuck.com
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00:00: Consciously breaking barriers and stereotypes
03:30: First music video
06:00: Working with Yo-Yo Ma and the power of collaboration
12:00: How do you define success? 
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Where Focus Goes Energy Flows | Lil Buck (Part 2) Welcome back to part 2 of Ben and Anthony's conversation with award-winning performance artist Lil Buck!

00:00: Consciously breaking barriers and stereotypes
03:30: First music video
06:00: Working with Yo-Yo Ma and the power of collaboration
12:00: How do you define success? 
20:00: What do you feel like you've mastered? 
22:00: Outro

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00:00: Intro
03:00: Origin story
18:00: Financial self-education and role models
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Success Is ONLY Possible With The Right Mindset | Jaspreet Singh (Part 1) In this week’s episode, entrepreneur Jaspreet Singh delves into all things finance and investment, offering advice on everything from how to start investing, to weighing up safety and risk when it comes to money.

00:00: Intro
03:00: Origin story
18:00: Financial self-education and role models
24:00: Learning how to build a business
27:00: Investing your money
29:00: What is money?
34:00: What is your purpose?
38:00: Minority Mindset philosophy
41:00: End of part 1

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00:00: Beginning to invest (practical advice)
08:00: Being an opportunist
10:00: Safety vs risk in investing
12:00: Personal investments
18:00: Good debt vs bad debt
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Success Is ONLY Possible With The Right Mindset | Jaspreet Singh (Part 2) Welcome back to part 2 of Beth and Anthony’s talk with the self-titled ‘Chief Executive Money Nerd’ Jaspreet Singh.

00:00: Beginning to invest (practical advice)
08:00: Being an opportunist
10:00: Safety vs risk in investing
12:00: Personal investments
18:00: Good debt vs bad debt
21:00: Balancing work and life
26:00: Investing: thinking long-term
28:00: What does success mean to you?
29:00: Lightning round
34:00: What do you feel like you’ve mastered?
35:00: Outro

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Color and Light – Sunday in the Park with George (with Colm Molloy) This is the first time we get to hear George sing in the show. What do we learn about him? Colm Molloy returns to the podcast to offer his ideas about that and what could have been used to rhyme with orange. You can check out Colm on Twitter: https://twitter.com/colmmolloy_/Or Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/colmmolloy_/Or even his website here: http://colmmolloy.comYou can even listen to his music on:His Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/colmmolloyHis YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxq_yKV2rUiu9MEf8NyP2TgWe are using three productions to frame our discussion of Sunday in the Park with George.The Original Broadway Cast (1984) starring Mandy Patinkin and Bernadette Peters.You can listen to it on Apple Music: apple.co/3K4RV9aOr listen to it on Spotify: http://bit.ly/3MkBw3kOr buy it on Amazon: https://bit.ly/40ZSZCcThe London Cast Recording (2006) starring Alistair Harvey and Jenna Russell.You can listen to it on Apple Music: http://bit.ly/3MdxzgSOr listen to it on Spotify: http://bit.ly/40FTrFWOr buy it on Amazon: https://bit.ly/3GjeXbyThe Broadway Revival (2017) starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford.You can listen to it on Apple Music: http://bit.ly/3nC63zdOr listen to it on Spotify: http://bit.ly/40Jj7ScOr buy it on Amazon: https://bit.ly/3Mr9inoSend feedback to [email protected] up to date with Putting It Together by following its social media channels.Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/puttingittogetherpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/sondheimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sondheimpodcast

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Jazz Violinist's Regina Carter's Musical Journey This is the second of a two-part podcast with jazz artist Regina Carter. In part one, we traced Regina’s musical evolution, her upbringing in Detroit and the influence of that city on her musical development, and her transition from European classical music to jazz, and her move to NYC where she played with a variety of artists from Dolly Parton to Max Roach. We pick up today’s podcast where we left off: Regina had released her first two solo albums and joined Wynton Marsalis to tour with his Pulitzer Prize-winning oratorio, Blood on the Fields. Today’s music-filled podcast explores Carter’s solo career and the albums she created centered on family’s history from Motor City Moments (her love letter to Detroit) to Southern Comfort (which traces her father’s southern roots). We discuss the experience of her being the first jazz artist to play and record with Paganini’s famed violin “The Cannon,” her collaboration with NEA Jazz Master Kenny Barron, her receiving the MacArthur Award at a pivotal moment in her life, her work as a hospice volunteer, her commitment to teaching the next generation, and her thoughts about the violin and music.  Let us know what you think about Art Works—email us at [email protected].
Behind the Scenes at Washington DC's Arena Stage Today’s podcast goes behind the scenes with two members of Arena Stage’s creative team: dramaturg and literary manager Otis Cortez Ramsey-Zöe and casting director Joseph Pinzon. Both share their insights and experiences working on the current revival of  Tony Kushner’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches.” We’ll learn about the work of a dramaturg and a casting director and how they approached “Angels” a work with such a rich and complex history. We also discuss theater in general, theater in Washington DC in particular, and the challenges this landmark play of the 20th century poses for audiences in the 21st century. Let us know what you think about Art Works—email us at [email protected]. And follow us on Apple Podcasts
 
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316 Album Review – Gillan/Glover – Accidentally On Purpose w/ Rich Shailor Pt 2 Rich and I only scratched the surface of this wonderful album in the first half.  Now, we finish it off!
 
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Ian:
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Roger:
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317 Album Review – Cyndi Lauper – She’s So Unusual w/ John Mariano Part 1 I’m teaming up with another of my co-hosts from Back Tracks: Aerosmith Revisited – the mighty John Mariano.  We’re digging into this iconic album from 1983 that not only made a huge impact in the music world but, also, the WWE, which was known as the WWF at the time.
 
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Podcasts:
Back Tracks: Aerosmith Revisited
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Back Tracks: Theme Music
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Album Links:
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Amazon:
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Band Website:
https://cyndilauper.com/
 
HaskinCast Podcast links:
 
My Website:
https://www.scotthaskin.com/podcast
 
Official Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1210703585754449&ref=br_rs
 
#Cyndi #Lauper #CyndiLauper #SheBop #GirlsJustWantToHaveFun #TimeAfterTime #AllThroughTheNight #Prince # HelenKane #WWF #WWE #LouAlbano #VinceMcMahon #LasVegas #Podcast #PodcastLife #HaskincastPodcast
Jason Robert Brown One of our most impressive songwriters over the last twenty years gets his moment: songs from across his eclectic work performed by Ben Platt, Kelli O'Hara, Ariana Grande, Billy Crystal, Audra McDonald and more.
Backstage Episode 37 – Props! What are some of the best props you've had onstage? How about prop malfunctions? Benita and Ellen chat about their experiences with props and the importance of not getting pulled out of the show because of a prop.
Set Design Sets are essentially their own character on stage, and a strong design can elevate even the best production. Adam Coons has designed a great number of sets for community theaters in the Capital Region, and we chat with him about what goes into the design process and how to keep a set functional and safe. This episode is sponsored by Harbinger Theater's production of "Dig" by Theresa Rebeck playing at Sand Lake Center for the Arts April 21st – April 30th 2023. Tickets are available at https://slca-ctp.org/circle-theatre-players-harbinger-theatre-present-dig/
Be Our Guest with Matt Young Matt Young is an American-born, Australian stage and screen actor living in Australia. Matt is best known for his television appearance as navigator James Cook in the multiple award winning CAPTAIN COOK:  OBSESSION AND DISCOVERY for Australia’s ABC, and the ground breaking documentary GAYBY BABY, which premiered at Canada’s Hot Docs before its festival, theatrical and television releases in Australia and internationally. A former Broadway dancer, Matt toured the USA, Canada and Europe in musicals including ON THE TOWN, A CHORUS LINE and WEST SIDE STORY.  He was in the original Australian casts of THE PRODUCERS , YANK! and the self devised CIRCUS CARNIVALE CABARET. As an Australian theatre actor, highlights include playing Jack Cole in GOODBYE MISS MONROE, Jeffre Skilling in ENRON, Joseph in Campion Decent’s THREE WINTERS GREEN, Bruno in Guillem Clua's SMILEY and Max Bialystock in THE PRODUCERS, The Mel Brooks Musical.


Matt is a private acting coach, and the founder of Tukuna Acting Club in Suva, Fiji.  He has been the screen acting trainer for Film Fiji, speaker coach for TEDxSuva and show producer for Fiji Fashion Week.He made his film choreography debut with Mitch Davis’s THE OTHER SIDE OF HEAVEN 2.  He was the Fiji casting director for the 2020 Netflix hit series #blackAF.  He is the host of THE STORY CHUNDER, a live event and podcast recorded at Brisbane's BackDock Arts.  He also serves as an occasional co-host for the podcast THRASH 'N TREASURE.In 2023,  Matt will serve as director/choreographer for Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music's production of SONG CONTEST, THE ALMOST EUROVISION EXPERIENCE.  

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In May 2023 In the Wings Promotions is presenting ‘Lizzie’ from May 6-13, 2023.

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Be Our Guest with Be Our Guest with Noelle Hannibal (April 2023) Noelle is the founder of In the Wings Promotions, a Montreal-based company that produces musicals. Past shows include: Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Hair & Carrie.

In May 2023 In the Wings Promotions is presenting 'Lizzie' from May 6-13, 2023.

More Info: https://www.inthewingspromotions.com/productions.html
Sights and Sounds: Lawrence Chen On this week's episode of "Sights & Sounds," Oakland Ballet dancer Lawrence Chen gives his arts and culture suggestions happening in the Bay Area.
BINGO THE BIRTHDAY CLOWN, episode 1 (19 Nocturne reissue of the day) And the saga begins…. BINGO THE BIRTHDAY CLOWN Episode 1, "Before". Before what?  Just "before". Music by Project System 12   The Cult Classic from 19 Nocturne Boulevard.  Sort of like Howdy Doody and The Prisoner had a thalidomide lovechild. Try it………  join us……..
BINGO THE BIRTHDAY CLOWN, episode 2 (19 Nocturne reissue of the day) "Liberate" A new Starrette.  And an old one.  And one other…  "Star Crunch – Star Crunch! Eat it for breakfast, eat it for lunch!" Written on a sort of dare from the never-to-be-forgotten Bill Hollweg, the entire 30 script arc was written in about a month, and made… well… more slowly.
BINGO THE BIRTHDAY CLOWN, episode 3 (19 Nocturne reissue of the day) Episode 3 "Talent Show" It's all for the children.  And… where do all the old Starrettes go?
BINGO THE BIRTHDAY CLOWN, episode 4 (19 Nocturne reissue of the day) It's episode 256 – again.  And again.  And again. What's behind the magic door?
Episode 84: Hear the Dance: Kammermusik No. 2 Host Jared Angle returns for this season’s first Hear the Dance episode, focusing on 1978’s Kammermusik No. 2. Jared is joined by Soloist Daniel Applebaum and Corps de Ballet Member Lars Nelson to discuss the only Balanchine work with an all-male corps and the communal feeling they share when performing this challenging ballet. They describe the ways in which certain hieroglyphic moments give them the sense of being a vessel for a larger, “inhuman" architecture in what originating dancers referred to as Mr. B’s "Star Wars” ballet, premiering a year after the sci-fi classic. (33:32)  Edited by Emilie Silvestri Music: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D major (1931) by Igor Stravinsky Kammermusik No. 2 (1924) by Paul Hindemith All music performed by the New York City Ballet Orchestra
Episode 85: See the Music: Square Dance For the latest See the Music episode, host and Associate Music Director Andrews Sill do-si-dos with George Balanchine’s Square Dance. Sills demonstrates with recordings of traditional square dance calls and excerpts from the Vivaldi and Corelli score the ways in which the fiddlers of the former connect with the solo violins of the latter, and how this 1957 ballet contributed to the choreographer’s efforts to build a trusting American audience for the classical art form. (15:14) Edited by Emilie Silvestri Music:  Symphony in Three Movements (1945) by Igor Stravinsky. Square Dance (1969) by Al Brundage Concerto Grosso in B Minor, op. 3, no. 10; Concerto Grosso in E Major, op. 3, no. 12 [first movement] by Antonio Vivaldi. Badinerie and Giga from Sarabanda, Badinerie, and Giga by Arcangelo Corelli.  Performed by New York City Ballet Orchestra.  Sarabanda, Giga e Badinerie (Suite for String Orchestra) by Ettore Pinelli (after Corelli). Performed by Zagrebački Solisti. Concerto in B minor, RV 580 by Antonio Vivaldi. Performed by I Solisti Italiani.
2023 UIL Rule Proposals, Part Dos Let's keep going on these UIL Rule Proposals! I'll talk about how to fix the Area Judging System and how some of these proposals can reward the on-field achievements of our marching members even more!
Dumb Kids Playing Hero is a Standing Stones production, and a joint collaboration by The Room Where It Happened and Follow the Leader.
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Trauma Blocked! Backstage Drama Oh, Henny, the tea is piping hot! In this week's episode, we're revealing all the dirty laundry! Imagine: theatre kids? Being dramatic? In more ways than one? It's time to break down the most shocking, most cringe, and most memorable moments of our core backstage drama memories. Save the drama for your mama, or in this case, for the podcast.
Every Thespians dream: a podcast from two lifelong theatre kids talking all things theatre! Join Ty Eatherton and Kiera Sweeney in each episode as they discuss their own theatre fantasies and knowledge!
Theme Song, "Thots Thots Thots" by Nick Rogers
Cover Art by Madi Spillman
Theme Song, "Thots Thots Thots" by Nick Rogers
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Werk/Lyfe Balance! Every Thespians dream: a podcast from two lifelong theatre kids talking all things theatre! Join Ty Eatherton and Kiera Sweeney in each episode as they discuss their own theatre fantasies and knowledge!
Theme Song, "Thots Thots Thots" by Nick Rogers
Cover Art by Madi Spillman
Client [Undecided] – Session 1 words can fail. words can fall short. words can be too much. words can be hard to find. —-Music for this Episode by Sounds Like an EarfulSoundslikeanearful.com—-More of the Oraclewww.oracleofdusk.onlineTwitter: @oracleofduskTumblr: theoracleofduskTranscript: oracleofdusk.online/transcriptsSupport the Oracle: www.ko-fi.com/theoracleofdusk
Krantz, Carlock and Lefevbre Part 2 All music used with permission by Krantz, Carlock and Lefevbre.   Song 1 – Composer Song 2 – Composer Song 3 – Composer Song 4 – Composer Song 5 – Composer   Wayne Krantz, Keith Carlock and Tim Lefevbre form a powerhouse trio of improvisational jazz, when they aren’t busy being sidemen for artists such as Steely Dan, Tedeschi-Trucks and John Mayer.  With an improvisational style rooted in funk, rock and electronica and anchored by Keith Carlock’s powerful drumming, Wayne Krantz on Guitar and Tim Lefevbre on bass, the group returned for their first tour together in 13 years in 2022. From a sold out performance on February 25th, 2022. Its Krantz/Carlok/Lefevbre, Live at the Bop Stop. Live at the Bop Stop is made possible by the Music Settlement – serving Northeast Ohio by offering music instruction – music therapy and early childhood education since 1912. The Music Settlement’s mission is to welcome all to our music and arts community to learn – create – inspire – and heal.   This program is recorded at the Robert Conrad Studios at the Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio and the studios of KUNV in Las Vegas, Nevada. Additional production at the Bop Stop is provided by Graham Rosen. Editing for WOBC,WNPA and the Public Radio Exchange is provided by Dr. Pete Naegele – and for our podcast and other radio affiliates by Shawn Gilbert at Gilazar Media.     The executive producer is Daniel Peck – with additional consulting production by Bryan Kennard and Gabe Pollack.   For extended versions of all of our shows –our Live at the Bop Stop podcast can be found on your favorite podcast app or visit our website at www.themusicsettlement.org and click the Bop Stop link.   Want to Support The Bop Stop?  Donate here!   Contact us here
Aaron Parks All music used with permission by Aaron Parks.   Adrift – Parks Here – Parks Warm Valley – Ellington The Ongoing Pulse of Isness – Parks In A Garden – Parks Lilac – Parks   Aaron Parks is one of contemporary jazz’s most forward thinking and creative pianists. From his work with Terrance Blanchard to his four lauded releases as either a band leader or as a solo pianist, Aaron Parks earns accolades from The New York Times, Jazziz Magazine, the BBC and the San Jose Mercury News. We’ve been lucky enough to host Aaron’s trio performances previously, but this time, Aaron Parks joined us for two sold out solo performances. From November 5th, 2021 it’s Aaron Parks – Live at the Bop Stop. Live at the Bop Stop is made possible by the Music Settlement – serving Northeast Ohio by offering music instruction – music therapy and early childhood education since 1912. The Music Settlement’s mission is to welcome all to our music and arts community to learn – create – inspire – and heal.   This program is recorded at the Robert Conrad Studios at the Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio and the studios of KUNV in Las Vegas, Nevada. Additional production at the Bop Stop is provided by Graham Rosen. Editing for WOBC,WNPA and the Public Radio Exchange is provided by Dr. Pete Naegele – and for our podcast and other radio affiliates by Shawn Gilbert at Gilazar Media.     The executive producer is Daniel Peck – with additional consulting production by Bryan Kennard and Gabe Pollack.   For extended versions of all of our shows –our Live at the Bop Stop podcast can be found on your favorite podcast app or visit our website at www.themusicsettlement.org and click the Bop Stop link.   Want to Support The Bop Stop?  Donate here!   Contact us here
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Courtney Monsma & Sheridan Adams – WICKED (Glinda & Elphaba) Meet the new Glinda and Elphaba – Courtney Monsma and Sheridan Adams! WICKED is returning to Sydney to help celebrate the musical's 20th anniversary on Broadway. Find out more about the Emerald city's newest leading ladies' love of WICKED, their auditions and when they first saw the musical
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~ WICKED medley, Sydney (Courtney Monsma and Sheridan Adams)
The Public Domain Players James Weippert talks about his Public Domain Players and their production of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, adapting works from the public domain, being faithful to familiar stories or making changes, the Sarah Grace Foundation, and working on a show fifteen minutes at a time. A transcript of this show is available here. Chip in to support the conversation: https://glow.fm/thefirstepisodeof The theme music is "Mockingbird (Instrumental Version)" by David Mumford, used under a CC-BY 4.0 License. Write to the show at [email protected]. For more information, to apply to be a guest on the show, or to sign up for our newsletter, visit http://thefirstepisodeof.com We're a part of the Audio Drama Lab, a Discord-based resource for audio drama creators. More information: http://audiodramalab.com (c) 2023 Alien Ghost Robot Creative Media Check out our audio dramas and other projects at https://alienghostrobot.com
Gothcon shortie with Lucas Falk Andreas and Lucas talk about his games, most of all Heroes of Cerulea!Sweden Rolls is an award winning actual play podcast where professional actors in Sweden play the best of Swedish RPGs!During Gothcon 2023 our GM Andreas did a lot of short interviews with Swedish game creators in the RPG business – check them all out, we will publish them all through April and May.There are also many other interviews you might find interesting, and of course please check out our award winning actual play
Gothcon shortie with Krister Sundelin Andreas and Krister talk about upcoming scenarios for Troubleshooters!Sweden Rolls is an award winning actual play podcast where professional actors in Sweden play the best of Swedish RPGs!During Gothcon 2023 our GM Andreas did a lot of short interviews with Swedish game creators in the RPG business – check them all out, we will publish them all through April and May.There are also many other interviews you might find interesting, and of course please check out our award winning actual plays!
Episode 225: Guildhall's Ken Rea Returns Ken Rea's Outstanding Actor Masterclass About Ken: Professor Ken Rea is a theatre director, internationally acclaimed acting teacher, and author of the bestselling book, The Outstanding Actor, Seven Keys to Success Starting out in New Zealand, he worked with the country’s leading theatres and in television drama. In 1973 he formed the Living Theatre Troupe, one of New Zealand’s most important experimental companies. He went on to study theatre in China, Japan, and India, then moved to Europe, where he studied with leading European teachers. As Professor of Theatre at the renowned Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Ken has trained some of Britain's top actors and film stars, including EWAN MCGREGOR, LILY JAMES, JOSEPH FIENNES, DOMINIC WEST, JODIE WHITTAKER, DAMIAN LEWIS, HAYLEY ATWELL, RHYS IFANS, MICHELLE DOCKERY, FREDDIE FOX, SIMON RUSSELL BEALE, ORLANDO BLOOM, PAAPA ESSIEDU, and DANIEL CRAIG. Ken is in regular demand internationally and has previously taught at the national drama academies of China, India, New Zealand, and Italy, and he has given courses in the UK, Canada, Indonesia, Germany, USA, and Singapore. As a journalist, he has been a regular feature writer for The Times and was for 15 years a theatre critic for The Guardian. As a public speaker, Ken has given many large-scale presentations in the worlds of business and the arts. He also trains top executives throughout Europe in presentation skills and personal impact. He is about to launch his major online course: Ken Rea Teaches Acting.  How do I get better work? And it's a really interesting question so you don't feel stuck in your career. Ask yourself what would that next level look like for you. Let's think about the acting itself. What would that look like? And so that immediately gives you a target. I want to be like this. So you know where you're going. So the next question to ask yourself is, where do you feel you are now? Which then shows you the gap between now where you are and there where you want to be. Then the next question you could ask yourself is, what would you like to have more of in your work?  You know, for example, would you like to have more personality in your acting, more sense of danger in your acting, more gravitas, more presence, more charisma, more twinkle in the eye, more playfulness? And that immediately is going to take you out of your comfort zone. Progress happens not inside that comfort zone, but just outside it. That's the life of an actor, to be comfortable being uncomfortable. And that's your life as an actor, constantly taking risks, working outside that comfort zone.  How can you be out of your comfort zone and still enjoy that, you know, and love performing? If you want to be more playful, more twinkle in the eye, more dangerous, what is stopping you from bringing that into the work that's stopping you from being out of your comfort zone? And what can you do about that? It takes a certain amount of comfortability in being yourself to know that you can go emotionally to a specific place and also know and play there, and it is out of your comfort zone and in a danger zone and in a scary zone, a risk zone, as you put it, but also always knowing that you have that anchor in yourself that you are able to handle it. Am I going to be good enough? Will I be found out? And I think as you get older, you make it about them, not about you. I find what works for me is, is to get the right mindset. It's about them, the energy going outward and forward with the focus on them, on what I can bring to them. Prepare meticulously. Outstanding Actor So I think the preparation is important and the mindset.  You know, you can coach yourself a lot these days just by trying things out on your laptop, on your phone, recording, and playing it back. Start to experiment with things. Be very specific in your choices.  Using contrary action as an actor. And it helps get that kind of volcano principle, you know, just the rumbling underneath the volcano before it erupts. Before it explodes, which creates, as you mentioned before, a sense of danger.  Danger, I tend to think of that as you set up a tension between yourself, the actor, and the audience, thinking, "Oh, wow, where's she going with this? What's going to happen next?" Because audiences love to be thrilled and surprised, don't they? We lose that sense of playfulness that is the source of our charm, our creativity, and our imagination in adult life. And so a lot of the journey of the
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