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Call Answered: Education has always been an important part of my life, which is why I continue to keep keep learning as much as I can. When I was asked to interview Laurence Maslon, an expert on Broadway/Musical Theatre, I jumped at the opportunity. We talked about teaching musical theatre history, famous students, favorite Broadway shows, PBS specials, & so much more! Laurence hosts the weekly NPR radio show "Broadway to Main Street," which airs Sundays at 3pm on NPR affiliate WPPB/88.3FM!
Call Answered: Family means the world to me. I am very close with mine and would move mountains for them if I had to. When I heard Samuel Shem, author of "The House of God," was releasing a new book I knew I had to give him a call. Luckily, Samuel answered. "At The Heart of the Universe," is a fictitious story, based upon Samuel's own experiences about the ups and downs of adoption!
Call Answered: I first came to know Baltimore Russell when he & his husband created the web series "People You Know." When I found out Baltimore & his sister, Jennifer Pallanich, were writing their debut novel, I had to get the inside scoop! "Awakening (Children of the Solstice Book 1)," a fictional story where disasters ring the planet as the earth cries out for heroes to save it. Can these Children of the Solstice halt the prophecy & save humanity? "Children of the Solstice" releases 10/18!
Live from The Algonquin Hotel in New York City, "Call Me Adam" chats with "The Algonquin Kid" himself, author Michael Colby, whose newly released autobiography, "The Algonquin Kid," chronicles Michael's time growing up in The Algonquin Hotel, surrounded by some of Hollywood's, Music's, and Theatre's biggest names! From Marilyn Monroe to Agnes Moorehead to Lerner and Lowe who wrote "I Could Have Danced All Night" from "The King and I" at the Algonquin, Michael tells it all, in this rich behind-the-scenes look at a life lived in one of New York City's most famous hotels!
Call Redialed: "Call Me Adam" caught up with Broadway's Seth Rudetsky to talk about his new book "Seth's Broadway Diary," a one of a kind Broadway journal, chronicling Seth's unique life on and around the Great White Way!
"Call Me Adam" chats with Josh Rivedal about his one-man show "The Gospel According To Josh" as well as his book "The Gospel According To Josh: A 28-Year Gentile Bar Mitzvah," suicide prevention, and other details of his life and career!
"Call Me Adam" chats with playwright Arthur Bicknell about his play "Moose Murders", notorious for being Broadway's biggest flop. We also discuss The Beautiful Soup Theater Collective current revival of "Moose Mooders: Shamelessly Revived" and Arthur's new book "Moose Murdered: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Broadway Bomb.
"Call Me Adam" chats with dance, theatre, film, television, and voiceover artist Becca Battoe about being the voice for the recording of "50 Shades of Grey" as well as other details of her life and career!
"Call Me Adam" chats with the legendary Janis Ian, nine-time Grammy Award nominee best known for such hits as "At Seventeen," "Society's Child," "Stars," and "Jesse." Here we discuss her upcoming concert at Queens Theatre on April 21 as well as other details of her historic life and career!
"Call Me Adam" chats with Larry Miller, one of Hollywood’s most recognizable faces, who has appeared in over a hundred film and television shows. Here we talk about his current tour "Cocktails with Larry Miller: Little League, Adultery and Other Bad Ideas," touring with Jerry Seinfeld, his book "Spoiled Rotten America," and other details of his life and career!
"Adaumbelle's Quest" welcomes back Tony, Drama Desk, and Theatre World Award Winner Joanna Gleason who this time around discusses starring in Roundabout Theatre Company's "Sons of the Prophet," her upcoming book "Rancho Mirage," reflecting on "Into The Woods" and Bette Midler's show "Bette," as well as other everyday details of her life and career!
"Adaumbelle's Quest" welcomes Amanda Eliasch who has lived a life only most can dream about! She's a published author, Fashion Editor for Genlux Magazine in Los Angeles, the British photographer and writer for The Collective Review, a visual artist, a playwright, and a mother, but most of all she is a woman who has taken almost every opportunity that has come her way and did not settle for less than she deserved. Here she discusses her play "As I Like It" which will play the Macha Theatre in West Hollywood, CA from December 29-January 15, being the Fashion Editor at Genlux Magazine, the British photographer and writer for The Collective Review, her art, her world travels, and other everyday details of her life and career!
"Adaumbelle's Quest" welcomes actress, writer, singer, and comedianne, Alex Bond, who's new play "Derby Day" will have a reading at the Fresh Fruit Fall Festival on Saturday, November 5th @ 2:30pm at the Jan Hus Theater in NYC. She discusses her days as a leather chanteuse in the gay clubs of Dallas TX, surviving two skull fractures, her breast cancer related plays "The Bosom Duets" and "LoPSIDED," as well as other everyday details of her life and career!