"Call Me Adam" chats with the host (Tony Award Winner James Monroe Iglehart) and participants on the Red Carpet of the 2015 Only Make Believe Gala including Lena Hall (Tony Award Winer Hedwig and The Angry Inch), American Idol's Constantine Maroulis, The Skivvies (Lauren Molina & Nick Cearley), Rob McClure (Tony Nominee Chaplin and Honeymoon in Vegas), Aaron Dean Eisenberg (Public Morals), Geneva Carr (Tony Nominee Hand To God), Brad Oscar (Tony Nominee Something Rotten), Andrew Kober (Broadway's Hair and Les Miserables), and Theia founder Don O'Neill. This year's Gala honored Alan Cumming (Tony Award Winner and Emmy Award and Golden Globe Nominee).
I first met Carol Linnea Johnson when I saw The Full Monty on Broadway in 2001. It's great to have the chance to really sit down with Carol and catch up! Carol is starring in Three Day Hangover's re-imaged version of Moliere's Tartuffe! In this production, this play is set against a political backdrop which makes it outrageous, up-to-the-minute contemporary and hilarious. Tartfuffe! plays at McAlpin Hall at West Park Church in NYC thru November 21! Show time is 8pm!
TUNE IN! Wednesday, November 11, 2015 was the first time I had heard Tamara Tunie sing. That day will not be my last! She started the night off with Peggy Lee's "I Love Being Here With You," which was a terrific way to get everyone in the mood for this fantastic show!
Along with millions of viewers, I too, adored Michael Urie on Ugly Betty as "Marc St. James," the assistant to Vanessa Williams' "Wilhelmina Slater." After Ugly Betty ended, I had the honor of seeing Michael live on stage in some pretty remarkable performances: The Tempermentals, How To Succeed Without Really Trying, and my personal favorite, in Buyer & Cellar. Now, it's a real honor to get to interview this award winning actor as we discuss his latest role, "Hysterium" in Two River Theater's production of A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, which will run from November 14-December 13 in Red Bank, NJ!
It was great to catch up with singer, songwriter, and actor Matt Zarley to talk about his new project hopefulROMANTIC, a wonderfully innovative short film about love, relationships, and getting back on your feet! In addition to Matt, hopefulROMANTIC stars Chuck Saculla as "The Boyfriend," Jolie Jenkins as "The Best Friend," and social media/pop culture icon, Star Trek's George Takei as "The Mentor."