Now that NYMF coverage is over, we still have lots of great stuff going on in NY, so don’t miss the new episode!
In this episode:
- Diana DeGarmo (American Idol) stops by to talk about her new show, THE TOXIC AVENGER, as well as her experience during and after American Idol. We also play a song from the Original Cast Recording of the show.
- Gallery Players have won best production of a musical at the NY IT awards for 3 years in a row now, and they are gunning to extend their run with their new production of TOP OF THE HEAP. Director Neal Freeman stops by with Composer Jeffrey Lodin and Book/Lyric Writer, William Squier to talk about the show. Actors Kenny Wade Marshall, David Perlman and Hollis Scarborough also came by to sing two songs from the show live in our Times Square Studio.
- Music from the recession era gets another spin in New York as the musical revue, BROTHER, CAN YOU SPARE A DIME? sets up for a run at the Triad Theatre. Director/Writer/Conceiver Bill Daugherty and Producer Max Weintraub give us the low-down on the 1920’s low-down, and discuss how they brought the show to life.
- Steve Hayes has been a staple on the New York Cabaret scene for over twenty years, and explores his passion for the comedy teams of the 60’s in his new two-man show, STORIES WE TELL OURSELVES. He explains his new take on the Gay Man/Straight Man schtick, and also discusses the gentrification of the Cabaret scene in New York over the past twenty years, and tells us where to find it’s gritty roots being reinvigorated. He also talks about his new YOUTUBE series.