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Best Jennifer Ashley Teppers podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Jennifer Ashley Teppers podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Jennifer Ashley Tepper's Untold Stories of Broadway book series is now a podcast! In each episode, the secrets and mysteries of a different Broadway theater will be explored by Tepper and two special guests with connections to that theater from different decades. From the Broadhurst to the Nederlander, from actors to stagehands, from ghost stories to opening nights, from the 1940s to today, expect to discover all kinds of fun and fascinating tales about the theaters at the heart of New York ...
 
Ollie Southgate sits down with Broadway's best business minds to talk about the state of the art and their role in keeping the world's biggest theater town at the top of the list.
 
Recapping teen movies from 1995 to 2005 since 2016. New podcast episodes every other Friday. Follow @evanwatkins83 and @pattywithay. Email: 3dayrental@gmail.com For Nick.
 
The Off the Matt Wall Podcast features sports and business professionals making a difference in their community. Each episode highlights athletes, reporters, and celebrities sharing their story. Follow Matt on Twitter @offthemattwall.
 
Interviews with Tony Winners, Broadway Legends, and Today's Hottest Theater Stars. Brought to you biweekly by Patrick Hinds and Mike Jensen.
 
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In part two of the Marquis Theatre episode with special guest Anne L. Nathan, Anne and Jennifer Ashley Tepper tell the tale of Hector, who was locked in the theater, the hidden escalators and changes to the house over the years, dressing rooms, practical jokes, and what it was like when Thoroughly Modern Millie won the Tony Award for Best Musical. …
 
Janette Roush, Managing Director of Marketing at New York City's official Destination Marketing Organization NYC & Company sits down to talk about the business of selling a city. We discuss her twenty year history of marketing and advertising Broadway's biggest titles and the role the Great White Way plays in New York's wider tourism world.…
 
The beloved 2002 musical Thoroughly Modern Millie made history at the Marquis Theatre and in this episode, original cast member Anne L. Nathan joins Jennifer Ashley Tepper to dish about the show's origins and how the role of Miss Flannery evolved. What was it like to hear "Gimme Gimme" for the first time and collaborate with Jeanine Tesori, Dick Sc…
 
In the final episode of the three-part Untold Stories of Broadway podcast on the Longacre Theatre, Richard Maltby Jr. and Jennifer Ashley Tepper share the most fascinating stories about one of Broadway's least explored houses. What Longacre show was saved by Eleanor Roosevelt? How did an actor almost die of smoke inhalation at the theater? In 1978,…
 
The 1978 Best Musical Tony Award winner Ain't Misbehavin' was a tiny show that started in a 174-seat cabaret theater, an early project of a fledgling young theater company called Manhattan Theatre Club. It went on to become one of Broadway's most unlikely success stories, a musical that revolutionized what revues could do, which ran for over 1600 p…
 
On September, 11, 2001, 38 planes were diverted to a small town called Gander in Newfoundland, Canada. Here’s the true story of the Broadway musical Come From Away, Operation Yellow Ribbon, and how a town rallied together to welcome 6,700 strangers into their homes. Featuring Original Broadway cast member Q. Smith (Hannah and Others) and celebrated…
 
Discover the unbelievable true stories about one of Broadway's most unlikely success stories: Ain't Misbehavin', the little-show-that-could, which became the longest running hit at the Longacre Theatre. In part one of this Untold Stories of Broadway podcast three-parter, Tony Award winner Richard Maltby Jr. (Ain't Misbehavin', Miss Saigon, Baby, Bi…
 
In part two of The Untold Stories of The Circle in the Square, Broadway actor Eric William Morris shares an incredible full circle moment that began with him cleaning up Broadway dressing rooms during Spelling Bee. From Aaron Sorkin to Jesse Tyler Ferguson, what day jobs did Broadway artists once have in Broadway theaters? And Jennifer Ashley Teppe…
 
We go it solo on this episode to talk questionable gay storylines, rave culture, Timothy Olyphant, and GO!By Patty Devery and Evan Watkins
 
In this very special episode of The Untold Stories of Broadway podcast, besties Jennifer Ashley Tepper and Eric William Morris dive into the fascinating history of Circle in the Square, one of Broadway's most unique theaters. While Eric has starred in Broadway shows including King Kong, Mamma Mia!, and Coram Boy, he has never played the Circle in t…
 
In part two of The Untold Stories of The St. James, Rebecca Naomi Jones and Jennifer Ashley Tepper chat about Rebecca's best American Idiot stories, other legendary St. James shows from The King and I to The Producers to The Pajama Game to Hello, Dolly!... and the St. James' neighbors! What are the untold histories of Sardi's and Angus and John's P…
 
Nick Carrillo (@nickcarrillo77) is back to talk anachronistic music, Chaucer's butt, 3 Day Rental fave Heath Ledger, and A KNIGHT'S TALE.By Patty Devery and Evan Watkins
 
In the pilot episode of The Untold Stories of Broadway podcast, Jennifer Ashley Tepper explores The St. James Theatre with Rebecca Naomi Jones, who starred in American Idiot at the beloved Broadway theater. What legends have occupied the same St. James dressing rooms over the years? Which treasures from past shows can still be found at the theater …
 
Producer, author, historian and creative and programming director of Feinstein’s/54 Below Jennifer Ashley Tepper talks about how an eclectic and varied career comes full circle, and how she handled one of the busiest years of her life. We discuss everything from putting on the perfect 54 Below show to maintaining a well organized email inbox, and h…
 
Liz Richards Krebs (@mslizrk) is back to talk spoopy baby sounds, bundles of sticks, viral marketing campaigns and THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT!By Patty Devery and Evan Watkins
 
Jennifer Ashley Tepper's Untold Stories of Broadway book series is now a podcast! In each episode, the secrets and mysteries of a different Broadway theater will be explored by Tepper and two special guests with connections to that theater from different decades. From the Broadhurst to the Nederlander, from actors to stagehands, from ghost stories …
 
*DISCLAIMER* Patty forgot to plug in the mics, so this isn't up to our usual audio standards! Whoops! Rebecca Vigil (@rebecca_vigil) is back for another uncomfortable Chicago rom-com to talk irresponsible stereotypes, Lance Bass's closet, da newspapuh, and ON THE LINE.By Patty Devery and Evan Watkins
 
General Manager Carl Pasbjerg of Alchemy Production Group talks about the true meaning of "show business" and the ultimate importance of being a jack of all trades. From Phantom in Las Vegas to Come From Away all over the world, we discuss how being open to opportunity and always ready to mobilize led Carl to a career in producing and managing some…
 
Louis Peitzman (@louispeitzman) stops by to talk false gods, teen pregnancy, Amanda Leigh Moore, and SAVED!By Patty Devery and Evan Watkins
 
We're back, baby! To celebrate both of our 13th years in New York City on Friday the 13th, we're talking NEW YORK MINUTE!By Patty Devery and Evan Watkins
 
TodayTix CEO & Co-Founder Brian Fenty shares the early producing experiences that revealed an opportunity in the ticketing market to appeal to a new kind of audience. We discuss the unique challenges of being a tech start-up in an industry that holds tradition in esteem, and what he's planning to do with a landmark $73 million of new investment. Yo…
 
Jennifer Ashley Tepper is perhaps the busiest person on the planet. She's a producer for the musical Be More Chill and the Creative Programming Director for Feinstein's 54 Below. She's the author of The Untold Stories of Broadway book series and co-creator of the Jonathan Larson Project. Plus, she's producing a brand new musical called Broadway Bou…
 
This episode is everything you've ever wanted to know about MAGIC. Philosophy Professor turned internationally recognized sleight-of-hand magician Dr. Lawrence Hass defines the art of magic and shares how he became the Dean of Jeff McBride's Magic & Mystery School. Known around the world as "Magic's Renaissance Man," Joshua Jay has performed in ove…
 
This week alone, Broadway grossed almost $32 million dollars in ticket sales. This podcast will take you behind the scenes of some of the most infamous figures on Broadway. One of Broadway's most influential businessmen, Tony Award-winning Producer Ken Davenport shares the time he challenged the Backstreet Boys, the meaning of producing a show, and…
 
The Kardashian Family is America's most famous family. They are reality television stars, business moguls, social media superstars, and worth 1.4 billion dollars. This podcast answers so many questions. Is the Kardashian Curse real? How does fame affect a person? Hear from Hollywood Pipeline Host Dax Holt (formerly of TMZ), Celebrity Psychologist D…
 
Why does the truth matter? What is fake news? Hear from CNN National Correspondent Miguel Marquez, Wall Street Journal Sports Columnist Jason Gay, Daily Star Reporter/ESPN Tucson Radio Host Justin Spears, and Fox Sports Arizona Social and Digital Content Manager Saul Bookman. We overview the future of journalism, the life of a journalist, and a beh…
 
An in-depth interview with award-winning author Danny Rubin, who specializes in business communication and assisting candidates on finding their dream job. Check out his book, "Wait, How Do I Write This Email," for networking tricks and templates to distinguish yourself among those other resumes and cover letters.…
 
I attempt to answer the decades old question: Do baseball walk up songs matter? With the help of former college pitcher Jordan Green, Chicago Cubs/White Sox replacement organist Rollie Hudson, and DBTV's Kody Acevedo, I explore how music has impacted the game of baseball.
 
Zade Shakir is a third-year Law student at Arizona State University. He is the Founder and CEO of Kicks for Kids, a nonprofit organization that provides free exercise opportunities for children with special needs. He served as the legal intern for the Golden State Warriors, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Phoenix Suns. Zade opens up about his journey thr…
 
Brittany Wagner is the Academic Counselor on the Netflix show 'Last Chance U' during seasons one and two. Ms. Wagner opens up about her journey to Scooba, Mississippi, her company Ten Thousand Pencils, LLC, and how she is trying to change our education system.
 
Laura Benanti needs no introduction, you guys!! The Tony winner and five-time nominee joined me live on the main stage at Broadway con where we chatted like old pals....in front of 2500 people. We swapped parenting stories and talked about everything from 'Women on the Verge,' because I'm still obsessed, to Melania Trump and Stephen Colberet. I'm o…
 
Live From Broadwaycon 2018, we bring you "Being Out on Broadway!" Each BroadwayCon, I ask some of my favorite LGBTQ guests to sit down for a live panel discussion about how it is to be OUT on Broadway. On this year's panel, we discussed everything from dating to politics to polyamory. to the state of union under Trump. I look forward all year to mo…
 
We're Back! Take a listen to this episode's intro to find out what Patrick and Producer Mike have been up to and how the Theater People production schedule will be a little bit different going forward. AND THEN, prepare ye for our interview with Jennifer Ashley Tepper.We are THRILLED to welcome our friend Jennifer Ashley Tepper to the podcast! Jenn…
 
Ben Weiss found himself in front of the Northwestern Football Director of Recruiting before his freshman year after a recruiting blog post caught his eye. Ben and his team at ZCruit have reinvented college football recruiting, helping notable programs such as Texas, LSU, Northwestern, Clemson, and USC. Using predictive analytics, Ben Weiss has chan…
 
Imagine making the top sale in company history and quitting a few weeks later. Scott Lorsch is the CEO and Founder of Perfect Dimensions, attempting to move real estate into the future with 3-D modeling and drone technology.
 
What do a two-time Olympic diver, an aspiring Athletic Director, and the daughter of one of the most well connected political consultants in the United States have in common? Meet Constantin Blaha, Michael Salm, and Annie Warren, graduate students in the Masters of Sports Law & Business Program at ASU.…
 
Hey Theater People! Yes, it’s been a minute since our last episode. We will have much more on that in our next episode—an interview with newly minted Tony nominee Lindsay Mendez. You guys, if you haven’t seen "Carousel" yet, RUN, do not walk to the Imperial Theater. The one thing I do want to let you know is that Theater People is NOT going away. A…
 
Hey theater People! We have big big news! Check it out!By Patrick Hinds and Mike Jensen
 
New guest Wayne LaForme stops by to talk kween Judy Greer, the gay gaze, complex female villians, and JAWBREAKER.By Patty Devery and Evan Watkins
 
Jen Tepper (@jenashtep) stops by to talk theatre kids, the Graff family, underappreciated musicals, and CAMP!By Patty Devery and Evan Watkins
 
Patty and Evan duet on this episode to talk America's Sweetheart Tom Hanks, hand claps, whiny frontmen and THAT THING YOU DO!By Patty Devery and Evan Watkins
 
We're SO thrilled to welcome Adam Kantor back to the podcast! When we last chatted with Adam, he was mid-run as Motel in the 2015 Broadway revival of "Fiddler on the Roof." Adam is now back on Broadway as Telephone Guy in "The Band's Visit," one of the most critically acclaimed new musicals of the year. For the episode, we chat about how Adam won t…
 
Patty and Evan welcome former co-host Nick Gereffi back for the last time. If you missed our last annoucement, Nick unexpectedly passed away in December. Enjoy this time with him. If you'd like to make a donation in Nick's memory, please do so to one of these organizations: NAACP Legal Defense & Education FundGuide Dog Foundation for the BlindCente…
 
YOU GUYS!!!! Sitting down with Lea Salonga for this interview was literally a dream come true. Lea, of course, needs no introduction, but since I have to put something here, here goes: In 1989 she was selected to star as Kim in "Miss Saigon"--first in London and then on Broadway where, of course, she won the Tony Award for her work. She would go on…
 
You Guys!! We are the biggest Ryann Redmond fans ever! We first fell in love with her in 2012 when she made her Broadway debut as Bridget, the lovably awkward sidekick in "Bring It On: The Musical." From there, she went on to originate roles in "if/Then" and the critically beloved off-Broadway hit "Gigantic." This season she's back on Broadway in t…
 
Patty and Evan have some news to share.By Patty Devery and Evan Watkins
 
We're SO excited to welcome Telly back to the podcast! Since we last spoke with him, Telly has solidified his standing as one of Broadway's most popular leading men! For the episode, we'll chat about his recent move to the New Amsterdam Theatre where he as taken over the title role in Disney's "Aladdin.' We'll also chat about last season's "In Tran…
 
For our final episode of 2017, we're chatting with our pal, everyone's favorite Olivier winner, Lesli Margherita (Matilda The Musical, Dames At Sea, Zorro The Musical). This holiday season, Lesli is starring in the one-woman (insert Ru Paul voice) extravaganza "Who's Holiday" at the Westside Theater. Lesli plays a grown-up Cindy Lou Hoo, the belove…
 
Evan and Patty get into the holiday spirit and talk impossible cross country roadtrips, JTT's strengths and weaknesses, sad Gary Cole, and I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS.By Patty Devery and Evan Watkins
 
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