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Monday
Mar022015

Call Redialed: NEW Interview with comedian and burlesque star Selene Luna

"Call Me Adam" catches up with comedian and burlesque star Selene Luna! This time around we discuss her new comedy show Jumbo Shrimp which will be at The Laurie Beechman Theatre in NYC on March 27 and 28!

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Sunday
Mar012015

Call Redialed: NEW Interview with 10-time MAC award winner Karen Mason

"Call Me Adam" catches up with 10-time MAC Award winner Karen Mason! This time around we talk about her new show Mason at Mama's, a weekly show at NYC's famed Don't Tell Mama's where she will feature new arrangements of classics, new songs and some of the music you and your longtime composer/arranger Brian Lasser performed in those early days at Mama's! Showtimes are every Sunday and Monday in March at 7pm! Tickets are $20 + a 2 drink minimum!

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Saturday
Feb282015

Call Answered: Interview with singer/songwriter Katie Buchanan

Call Answered: "Call Me Adam" chats with rising singer/songwriter Katie Buchanan about her debut full-length album GLOW and album release concert at Arlene's Grocery (95 Stanton Street) in NYC both on March 3!

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Wednesday
Feb252015

Call Answered: Video Interview with Micah Stock

"Call Me Adam" went backstage at the Bernard Jacobs Theatre for an exclusive interview with Broadway newcomer Micah Stock who is making his Broadway debut in Terrence McNally's hit show It's Only A Play starring Matthew Broderick, Martin Short, Stockard Channing, F. Murray Abraham, Katie Finneran, and Maulik Pancholy.

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Friday
Feb202015

Call Answered: Interview with performance artist Kenyon Phillips

"Call Me Adam" chats with singer, songwriter, actor, writer, model, and DJ Kenyon Phillips about his show The Life + Death of Kenyon Phillips which will be playing a limited run at The Box in NYC February 20, February 28, March 7, and March 13 at 8pm! The Life + Death of Kenyon Phillips is a 90-minute rock opera that uses a cabaret-variety show format to explore the past, present and future of downtown performance artist Kenyon Phillips. 

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