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Distribution on the Cusp of Metamorphosis’ podcast series is an opportunity to introduce companies like your own to becoming more agile. This podcast is produced by MCA Associates.If you happen to be a regular reader “MCA Talk” monthly newsletter, then you already know that we cover a variety of distribution-management topics focused on continuous improvement of your entire value-stream. This new periodic podcast allows us to expand our coverage - mitigate the newsletter space limitations we ...
 
This is F1 And Done. We will be doing our best to provide an American barstool style of biting, fanboy commentary on Formula 1. We’ll be recording podcasts after every Grand Prix. Our goal is to share a few laughs, offer opinions, and enjoy the unique sport of Formula 1 racing.
 
Darien Gold, producer, writer and host of the podcast, ALL THINGS PILATES brings her style and interviewing skills she developed as a radio show host. Her intention is to reach a larger audience and give greater exposure to guests who knew or worked with Joseph Pilates. In addition, First, Second and Third Generation instructors are also featured who are passionate about the Pilates philosophy, tradition and principles. Listeners can also hear those in complementary health fields such as Gyr ...
 
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In this episode, writer Victoria Myers discusses the musical roles of Bernadette Peters, looking at her career through her varied musical theater characters. We also talk about the song "Friends" sung by Bette Midler. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.com with a comment or question about an episode or about musical theater, or if you’d like to be …
 
In this fifth episode, Howard Coleman, Principal of MCA Associates, offers his perspective on the “supply chain disruption” that is being experienced by wholesale distributors and manufacturing companies (who just may be your suppliers)! There appear to be plenty of reasons to raise questions about the merits and drawbacks of global supply chains. …
 
The Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis—Author, Activist, and Public Theologian—is the first female and first Black Senior Minister to serve in the historic Collegiate Church of New York, which dates to 1628. A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, Dr. Lewis and her activist work have been featured by the TODAY Show, MSNBC, The New York Times, The Wall Str…
 
In this mini episode, I share outtakes from previous episodes from seasons three and four with guests Rob Hartmann, Robert Lee, Jason K. Purdy, Heath Saunders, Laura Josepher and David Sisco, and Janine McGuire. No guest this week, but at some point soon there will be two weeks in a row with a regular episode. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.com…
 
We are so lucky to have with us today, Lolita San Miguel. Known in the Pilates community as one of our Pilates elders, Lolita has been practicing the Pilates method for sixty-two years and teaching for over fifty-four. There is so much to Lolita’s story from an illustrious ballet career, meeting and learning from Jospeh Pilates to her own Pilates p…
 
In this episode, nurse and musician BethAnn Freed Cohen discusses Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's 1987 musical Into the Woods, focusing on an accessible moral complexity. We also talk about the song "Moments in the Woods" from Into the Woods. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.com with a comment or question about an episode or about musical the…
 
Photojournalist Chuck Rapoport, the man hired by Sports Illustrated for a one day assignment to photograph Joseph Pilates, is here to share a part of that story and others including his time at the White House photographing President Kennedy. For more information about Chuck Rapoport - http://icrapoport.com/ Music credits: Guitar player - Eduardo C…
 
New York Times bestselling author Nikki Grimes is the recipient of the 2020 ALAN Award for outstanding contributions to young adult literature, the 2017 Children's Literature Legacy Award, the 2016 Virginia Hamilton Literary Award, and the 2006 NCTE Award for Excellence in Poetry for Children. Her distinguished works include the much-honored books …
 
In this episode, lyricist and librettist Robert Lee discusses artist characters in musical theater, looking at shows such as Sunday in the Park with George, Rent, Me and Juliet, and A Strange Loop. We also talk about the song "Rainbow Connection" from The Muppet Movie. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.com with a comment or question about an episo…
 
When a Pilates conversation happens especially with those who have only heard bits and pieces about the method, usually there is nervous laughter about bodies contorting on torturous contraptions. But all that changes when someone begins a Pilates program and is introduced to this brilliant system. They get to work on fun apparatus like the reforme…
 
SHOW NOTES “Sustainable” is not just about being “green”…or sustainable supply chains. Ask most managers, ‘What is your key challenge?’ Among the many different responses, you’ll likely hear this with regular frequency: “staying relevant…staying afloat”. The fast-moving roller coaster economy we live in today makes this task increasingly difficult.…
 
In this episode, actor and producer Amber Savva discusses rock musicals, focusing on Bat out of Hell and other rock jukebox musicals. We also talk about the song "Kiss Me/Ladies and Their Sensitivities/Kiss Me Quartet" from Sweeney Todd. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.com with a comment or question about an episode or about musical theater, or …
 
On this episode we have with us Judith Green. Judith has quite a story to tell beginning with how she met and became a student of Naja Cori, a disciple of Joe Pilates. Unless you’re a Facebook follower of Jonathan Grubb, the Pilates historian, you may not have heard of Naja Cori and neither had Judith. Special thanks: Hot Coffee by Ghostrifter Offi…
 
In this episode, musician and composer Jaime Lozano discusses Latinx stories and bilingualism in musical theater, focusing on authenticity. We also talk about the song "Move On" from Sunday in the Park with George. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.com with a comment or question about an episode or about musical theater, or if you’d like to be a p…
 
Our guest is Full professor, Dr. Nic Butowski, a neuro-oncologist who researches brain disease at UCSF in the Neuro-oncologist department. He also is a Pilates devotee. Though his specialty is researching and studying brain cancer, today we’re focusing on brain health and, if the Pilates method is a key factor in maintaining a healthy brain. Dr. Ni…
 
Dr. Amy Frykholm is an American writer whose five books of non-fiction have covered the territory of American religion from apocalypticists to saints. She is an award-winning writer and senior editor for the magazine The Christian Century, appears frequently on television and radio programs as an expert in American religion, and has lectured widely…
 
I’m sure most of you have used an encyclopedia at some point in your life, but did you know there is now an encyclopedia dedicated to the Pilates method? Our guest today is Mara Sievers and she’s created an online educational platform for Pilates instructors especially those just entering this field. Mara, a former actress and dancer had a career i…
 
Joe Pilates’ life’s work is incredibly versatile. On one end of the spectrum his exercise program attracts people interested in mainly becoming fit, but at the other end, people seek out Pilates because it can help heal the body. Our guest today is Linda Burquez, a certified Pilates instructor and master teacher in Qigong, also a healing modality. …
 
In this third episode, Howard Coleman, Principal of MCA Associates, unravels the plethora of terms, often conflated, that describe what distribution related companies are being asked to achieve when faced with a “need to innovate” across their entire value-stream. He provides a quite different perspective that anticipates the future, but honors the…
 
Liz Koch is the creator of Core Awareness, an educational website dedicated to understanding the psoas through enhanced somatic awareness. She’s had 45 years of experience and her unique approach to movement has garnered a large following both nationally and internationally. She’s authored a number books that focus on kinesthetic intelligence and s…
 
DR. KEVIN QUASHIE is a professor of English at Brown University. He is the author of The Sovereignty of Quiet: Beyond Resistance in Black Culture and Black Women, Identity, and Cultural Theory: (Un)Becoming the Subject. Silence often denotes something that is suppressed or repressed, and is an interiority that is about withholding, absence, and sti…
 
Unless you’re a Pilates geek, you may not know the history of Joe Pilates, especially the time period when he was interned on the Isle of Man during WW1. In this episode, Jonathan Grubb, a Pilates instructor, practitioner and Pilates historian has lived on this Isle almost his entire life. Situated between Northern Ireland and Great Britain, Jonath…
 
As promised, I’m excited to share with you a very special guest. Her name is Mary Bowen and she is the eldest of the Pilates Elders still going strong after sixty-one years of practicing and teaching Pilates. Since 1975, Mary's taught Joe's method and for the last twenty-six years has folded in to Joe's teachings her own Pilates Plus Psyche. Accord…
 
In this episode, writer, podcaster, and media critic Sarah Marshall discusses Alan Menken and Howard Ashman's 1982 musical Little Shop of Horrors and comparisons to the 1986 movie version, especially the ending. We also talk about the song "Suddenly Seymour" from Little Shop of Horrors. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.com with a comment or quest…
 
In this episode, actor and singer Randy Graff discusses the musicals of composer Cy Coleman, from working with him on the 1989 musical City of Angels to his career and legacy. We also talk about the song "A Quiet Thing" from George Abbott, Robert Russell, John Kander, and Fred Ebb's 1965 musical Flora the Red Menace. You can write to scenetosong@gm…
 
MAISIE SPARKS is an author, speaker, spiritual director, and retreat facilitator. Her books include Christmas Quiet, 151 Things God Can't Do, 101 Things the Devil Can’t Do, and Holy Shakespeare: 101 Scriptures That Appear in Shakespeare’s Plays, Poems and Sonnets. She is an active member of the Spiritual Directors of Color Network, and her essays h…
 
It's been over six months since ALL THINGS PILATES has aired a new episode and I wanted to share with you the reason why. So in today’s episode, I’m turning the mic on myself and for the first time speaking out about my life-changing experience. It won’t be the entire story, but enough for you to understand my absence. For those of you who don’t kn…
 
In this episode, new play advocate Danielle Feder discusses Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry's 1998 musical Parade, focusing on the changes made between the original Broadway Production and the 2007 Donmar Warehouse production. We also talk about the song "What Baking Can Do" from Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson's 2016 musical Waitress. You can …
 
Leo Laporte interviews Andy Weir, author of "The Martian," about his new book, "Project Hail Mary." The discussion starts out spoiler-free with a chat about making the book into a film, how Andy Weir approached writing this book, and the time he confused Ryan Reynolds and Ryan Gosling. After a loud and apparent spoiler warning (at 32:04), the two c…
 
In this episode, composer/lyricist/bookwriter/producer Rob Hartmann discusses Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's 1981 musical Merrily We Roll Along, looking at how it's changed since it's original Broadway production. We also talk about the song "A Bowler Hat" from Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman's 1976 musical Pacific Overtures. You can write t…
 
Dr. Beverly Lanzetta is a theologian, contemplative scholar, interfaith chaplain, and teacher of new traditions of contemplative wisdom. She is the author of numerous books on emerging universal spirituality and new monasticism, including Radical Wisdom: A Feminist Mystical Theology, Emerging Heart: Global Spirituality and the Sacred, Nine Jewels o…
 
In this second episode, Howard Coleman, Principal of MCA Associates, capsulizes what distribution related companies should always be looking for to improve operational efficiency of the their distribution/warehouse facilities. Whether you conduct an operational assessment and process review on your own or reach-out to an outside resource, a “distri…
 
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