In our third episode of "Dreaming With…" Adam interviews actor/singer Paul Alexander Nolan, and Jefferson correlates two of Paul’s dreams. Paul is currently starring as "Jimmy Ray Dobbs" in Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s Bright Star at The Cort Theatre!
Barret Foa's Grin and Barrett is Unforgettable! Barrett's show was the perfect blend of music and behind-the-scene stories from his theatrical endeavors and time so far on NCIS: Los Angeles. From musical theatre numbers to standards, pop, and rock covers, Barrett wowed the crowd throughout the evening! It was GREAT to see Barrett back on stage, singing his heart out, and enjoying the live audience he loves performing for!
Last show at Feinstein’s/54 Below tonight (Tuesday, June 7) at 9:30pm! Then he plays Feinstein's at the Nikko in San Francisco June 24 & 25!
There are many reasons I wanted to interview singer/actress Britt Flatmo. First of all, when I heard Britt Flatmo's music, I was hooked. It's fresh, memorable, and gets right to the heart of the matter! And then there is the fact that she worked with one of my favorite actors, Josh Duhamel in Life As We Know It. But, what really got me, was Britt's personal success story of pursuing her dreams despite several obstacles presented before her that might have stifled someone else!
I first met Courter Simmons four years ago and I was so impressed by his talent, that I knew I had to interview him. We had a great time talking that I was super excited for the opportunity to interview Courter again, except this time, we're focusing on his alter-ego, Cacophony Daniels. After a triumphant debut, Cacophony will be returning to The Duplex with her show Under The C: Cacophony Daniels Sings The Songs of Howard Ashman which will be taking place on June 10 at 7pm!
Barrett Foa first came on my radar when I saw him in the Tony Award winning musical Avenue Q. It's been great watching Barrett as "Eric Beale" on CBS' NCIS: Los Angeles for the past seven seasons! I'm so excited for Barrett's latest venture, the NYC debut Grin and Barrett, "an evening of pride, desperation, and show-offsmanship in a one-man cabaret that is sure to be…a little over an hour long!" Grin and Barrett will play Feinstein's/54 Below in New York City on June 3 & 7 & Feinstein's Nikko in San Francisco on June 24 & 25!