All tagged Interview

Call Redialed: Facetime Conference Call with Molly Pope & Kim David Smith: "No Thrill From Champagne" NYE at Pangea

Call Answered: Jessica Morris: "One Life To Live", "Ladies of the Lake", "A Christmas Cruise", "The Wrong Man"

Call Redialed: It's great catching up with Sir Ari Gold, Billboard Top 10 award winning recording artist. I love interviewing Ari because he goes in deep, telling it like it is. Ari & I discuss his new one-man show "POP OUT," about becoming the first openly gay chart-topping pop singer-songwriter. Ari's emotional, musical memoir tells a story of family & religion, sex & pop, & the search for a community of one’s own. "POP OUT" plays one night only 9/17 at 7pm at The Laurie Beechman Theatre NYC!
Call Answered: Another rising actress that has recently come to my attention is Emily Kratter. From theatre to film to TV, Emily is appearing everywhere! She's currently starring in Axis Theatre Company's revival "Dead End," a Broadway hit in 1936, which takes place in a New York where stark contrasts illuminate with an understanding of their mythology as well as their contemporary mirror in the city of today. "Dead End" plays Axis Theatre thru 5/20!
Call Answered: If you loved the finale of "Feud: Bette and Joan," then be sure to check out the second part of my interview with "Feud" writer Michael Zam, who gives us the backstage stories that didn't make it into the show as well as some insight to Bette Davis & Joan Crawford! Live from The Algonquin Hotel, Michael Zam & I go at it again with even more tales from "Feud: Bette and Joan!"
Call Redialed: What can I say about the man who adores me to no end? I can't believe I've known Joe Gulla for 8 years, seeing him go from fellow blogger to award winning playwright! I'm thrilled to bring this NEW interview to you about Joe's latest play, GARBO, recounting his 3-year "unrequited" love affair with the bartender/owner of the tiny, hidden, candle-lit Garbo Bar in Rome, Italy. GARBO will be presented in the 2017 Downtown Urban Arts Festival on Tuesday, 5/9 at The Cherry Lane Theatre!
Call Answered: Live from The Algonquin Hotel, "Call Me Adam" goes face to face with "Feud: Bette and Joan" writer Michael Zam! From the story lines to the characters to clearing up misconceptions about Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, I get the inside scoop on what it takes to bring the hit FX show to life. Michael & I had so much fun together that we had to divide this interview into two parts. The second half, will be released soon. "Feud: Bette and Joan" airs every Sunday on FX at 10pm!
Call Answered: Robert L. Camina & I have been friends for a few years, so when I found out he was a filmmaker & that his new documentary "Upstairs Inferno," about the deadly 1973 New Orleans gay bar arson was the subject, I called Robert & he answered. "Upstairs Inferno" is the most comprehensive & authoritative film about the fire and its aftermath. "Upstairs Inferno" will make its NYC premiere in the Manhattan Film Festival on Monday, 4/24 at 5pm & 7pm at Cinema Village, 7pm followed by a Q&A!
Call Answered: Last week I had the opportunity to go see Monica Piper's one-woman show "Not That Jewish," a hilarious heartfelt show about her life in comedy, the Bronx, and being Jew-"ish." From family to relationships to laughter, "Not That Jewish" has something for everyone! I love all the behind-the-scene stories Monica shares with me in this interview about her life and the show. "Not That Jewish" plays at New World Stages through 4/30 only!
Call Redialed: In our NEW video interview, "Call Me Adam" catches up with Sheri Sanders, the pioneer trailblazer who started "Rock The Audition," where Sheri teaches how to audition for rock musicals. After dipping her toe back into performing two years ago, Sheri is taking the stage once again, this time at Subculture NYC to perform a concert of legit musical theatre "Sheri style!" On April 17 at 8pm, Sheri will present Sheri Sanders is LEGIT! An Evening of Legit Musical Theatre!"
Call Answered: When I found out about comedian George Bettinger, who had a friendship with the legendary comic/TV host Joe Franklin & hosts the hit radio show "The Mom and Pop Shop," I couldn't wait to interview him. Here we talk about laughter, fame, Joe Franklin, & the inside scoop about a few of the celebrities George has interviewed! "The Mom and Pop Shop" airs every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 4pm (EST) at http://www.momandpopshopradio.com!
Call Answered: "With One Look" I fell in love with two-time Olivier Award actor Michael Xavier after seeing him in "Sunset Boulevard" on Broadway starring as "Joe Gillis," opposite Glenn Close's "Norma Desmond." Michael is giving a dynamic performance whose character portrayal of "Joe" is very real & down-to-earth. I was beyond excited when I called and Michael answered. Make sure you catch Michael's performance in Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Sunset Boulevard" at The Palace Theatre through 6/25 only!
Call Redialed: In "Call Me Adam's" first cross-country interview, I catch up with "Sordid Lives'" creator Del Shores & leading lady Ann Walker ("LaVonda"). With me in New York & Del & Ann in Los Angeles, we talk about their new film "A Very Sordid Wedding" (the sequel to the "Sordid Lives" franchise). From remembering Rue McClanahan to the state of the world we live in to finding hope, this is one sordid interview you don't want to miss! "A Very Sordid Wedding" premieres 3/10 at Camelot Theatres!