We're excited to bring you one round of awesome stories from our BroadwayCon Story Booth! We sat down with fans and friends alike and talked to everyone under the sun about what the Broadway community means to them, why they love theatre, and everything in between. Enjoy!
Well, BroadwayCon was pretty incredible. And we're really proud of the panels we hosted there, so we wanted to share one of them with you beautiful nerds. Listen as we talk about huge life stuff: success, career longevity, maintaining sanity, and everything in between with Paloma Garcia-Lee, Kirsten Wyatt, Douglas Lyons, and Justin Greer. Please excuse the audio! Enjoy!
Neil Haskell and Sasha Hutchings are amazing people with amazing things to say about their time in Hamilton. Listen on and enjoy!
It's another Unedited treat from us to you! Listen to Michael McElroy talk about RENT, Next to Normal, and his journey through them both. Enjoy!
It's a little bonus Unedited treat to tide you over until next season starts! Listen to Eric Anderson and Maryann Hu talk about their experiences with the 2008 revival of South Pacific. Enjoy!
We know you're aching to hear about all the shows we saw this season, and we know better than to disappoint! We sat down at Ensemblist HQ with our graphics guru Kevin Bianchi, and talked about the shows we saw, how they used their ensembles, who we couldn't stop watching, and what we're looking forward to next season! We also get pretty silly. Enjoy!
It's our favorite time of year - we get to award four lucky shining beacons of the Broadway community with our Ensemblist Awards, usher them into the studio, make them feel feelings, and then have them answer your questions! GOOD STUFF, right? We thought so too. Last year's Ensemblist Award winners chose this year's Ensemblist Award winners, and we bring them to you now: Kevin Worley, Kim Faure, Dennis Stowe, and Gregory Haney! Listen on as they answer your questions about social media, moving to NYC, finding an agent, and more! Enjoy, loves!
What better way to spotlight this season full of research and relevance than with the job that brings everything we've talked about for the last few months into one neat research-filled job? The dramaturg, and this particular dramaturg (the glorious Anika Chapin), have a vital role in helping to shepherd shows from page to stage. Listen as Anika talks about how she found this field, what she loves about it, and how it's so important to have another set of eyes on the storytelling. Enjoy!
Well, friends, we've done it! We have finally reached the most recent Pulitzer Prize winner, Hamilton. And because there has been so much press on this groundbreaking show, we had to find a new way in. And with the help of the brilliant Sasha Hutchings and Neil Haskell, we're looking at Hamilton from the front lines, as it were. As we're wont to do, we break it down from the ensemble's point of view, and talk about Hamilton in a whole new way. Enjoy!
We've reached the end of our Fall 2016 Rehearsal Reports! Thank you to the amazing Erica Dorfler and everyone at Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 for being so open and letting us peek into this one-of-a-kind theatrical experience.
Listen to Erica talk about finally freezing the show, the fun of opening night and the Gypsy Robe ceremony, and everything in between as the show finally opens! Enjoy!