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Welcome to What’s the Score, where one passionate nerd mispronounces a lot of words while exploring her favorite tracks, from film scores new and old.If you like movies or music, or especially both together, or if you’re just a fellow nerd... or if you’re lost and don’t know how you got here, that’s fine! Pour yourself a cup of tea or pop some popcorn and stumble along with me through this magical, cinematic, shamelessly sentimental soundtrack journey!
 
In this recording, one person reads the entire play, all parts, including the stage directions. Even without the support of Arthur Sullivan’s music and the interpretation of actors, the consummate silliness of Gilbert’s libretto entertains. The Mikado; or, The Town of Titipu is a comic opera in two acts, with music by Arthur Sullivan and libretto by W. S. Gilbert, their ninth of fourteen operatic collaborations. It opened on 14 March 1885, in London, where it ran at the Savoy Theatre for 672 ...
 
Join us for a conversation with Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and T Bone Burnett, co-creators of the southern gothic supernatural musical "Ghost Brothers of Darkland County." This extraordinary collaboration—13 years in the making—is a haunting tale of fraternal love, jealousy, and revenge. Our esteemed guests will talk about the inspiration behind the project and the all-star recording, with music and lyrics by Mellencamp, libretto by King, and musical direction by Burnett.
 
DARK SISTERS is a new American opera, with music by Nico Muhly and libretto by Stephen Karam. Co-commissioned and Co-produced by Gotham Chamber Opera, Music-Theatre Group and Opera Company of Philadelphia. DARK SISTERS is a suspenseful, emotional, and lyrical depiction of one woman's struggle with life and faith and the universal dilemma of whether to stay or leave.The opera opens a window into the lives of Eliza and her sister wives, members of the Fundamentalist Church of Latter Day Saints ...
 
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Welcome to What’s the Score, where one passionate nerd mispronounces a lot of words while exploring her favorite tracks from film scores new and old! If you like movies, or music, or especially both together… or if you’re just a fellow nerd, or if you’re lost and don’t know how you got here, that’s fine! Pour yourself a cup of tea or pop some popco…
 
Welcome to What’s the Score, where one passionate nerd mispronounces a lot of words while exploring her favorite tracks from film scores new and old! If you like movies, or music, or especially both together… or if you’re just a fellow nerd, or if you’re lost and don’t know how you got here, that’s fine! Pour yourself a cup of tea or pop some popco…
 
The ZNP gets interstellar for its season finale with Dani Darling as she discusses the search for stardom, her new album "The Future," and her favorite places to perform in town. Special Guest: Maia Evans, co-founder, Amplify Fellowship Produced by @projectxplugin Rod's Wardrobe: iamindemand.com Dani Darling- @danidarlingmusic danidarling.bandcamp.…
 
In this Amplify edition of the ZNP, Kenyatta Rashon shares a preview of her new album "The Art of Keeping It Real," being an ambassador for music, and industry politics for women. Special Guest: Maia Evans, co-founder, Amplify Fellowship Produced by @projectxplugin Rod's Wardrobe: @doublenegativepeople kenyattarashon.com Instagram: @kenyattarashon …
 
In this special edition of the ZNP, Rod welcomes Amplify Fellow London Beck to the podcast to preview their new album The Black Satin Sessions, being a musical auteur (look it up), and turning losses into gains. Produced by @projectxplugin Rod's Wardrobe: @doublenegativepeople London Beck: @lndnbck londonbeck.com thelondonbeck.bandcamp.com linktr.e…
 
This week, Rod chops it up with Detroit MC's P Dot and Chise 3269 about developing chemistry as performers, their hit single "Coney Island," and why The Chronic may not be Dr. Dre's best work. Produced by @projectxplugin Rod's Wardrobe: detroitoriginalsco.com @detroit_originals P Dot: dotgang.net @pdotmusic Brandon Scarber: westillrise.org @grindli…
 
This week, Rod speaks with Dr. Elliot Gann from Today's Future Sound about beatmaking as a form of therapy, the weekly Global Beat Cypher, #hiphoped, God's Favorite Drums (phoniqs.com), and why Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde is better than Labincalifornia (he is dead wrong). Produced by @projectxplugin todaysfuturesound.com Sponsored by: leonspeakers…
 
On this episode, Rod and Curtis Wallace discuss Black men and yoga, existential crises that lead to life-changing decisions, and The Black Opera's Libretto: Of King's Legend. Follow The Zero Noize Podcast on IG at @zeronoizepodcast Email: zeronoizepodcast@gmail.com Clubhouse- @rodwallace Sponsors: leonspeakers.com grovestudios.space amplify-fellows…
 
In the tenth episode, Rod is joined by Jamall Bufford, Program Specialist of Washtenaw County My Brother's Keeper and MC from the classic Michigan hip hop collective Athletic Mic League as Buff 1. They discuss the beauty of the Dungeon Family, when he felt he was at his apex lyrically, and how MC'ing speaks to the soul of our community. Thanks for …
 
During this episode, Rod speaks with Dr. Lamarcus Howard and Dr. Eric Reed, recent recipients of their doctorate degrees from Eastern Michigan University. They talk about making lanes for future urban scholars, throwing parties during undergrad, and why Young Jeezy's TM101 is the reason they made it all happen. Thanks for vibing with us! Follow The…
 
This week, Rod speaks with Theo Ellis, founder of ProSound Media, a firm specializing in empowering musicians to take control of their music. Along the way, they discuss the future of live shows after COVID, and why now is the greatest time to be independent as a musician. Thanks for vibing with us! Follow The Zero Noize Podcast on IG/Twitter at @z…
 
On episode 7 of The Zero Noize Podcast with Rod Wallace, Rod talks with Dr. Nicole Carter, brilliant educator and expert in Black feminism. Together, they discuss A Seat At The Table by Solange Knowles, DEI committees, and being raised to be a conscious Black woman. Thanks for vibing with us! Follow The Zero Noize Podcast on IG/Twitter at @zeronoiz…
 
In episode 6 of The Zero Noize Podcast with Rod Wallace, Rod talks with Alford Harris, who specializes in entertainment law. Together, they discuss 2pac's transition to Makaveli, the true nature of law in our society, and why he loves living in the city of Detroit. Thanks for vibing with us! Video by @mindstatemarketing Follow The Zero Noize Podcas…
 
In episode 5 of The Zero Noize Podcast with Rod Wallace, Rod speaks with Detroit social media icon Lando from The Hip Hop Lab. Together, we discuss Lando's journey through the growth of social media, shooting videos at 4am, and how The College Dropout by Kanye West changed his life. Thanks for vibing with us! Video production by @mindstatemarketing…
 
In episode 4 of The Zero Noize Podcast with Rod Wallace, Rod speaks with Brandon Scarber, Founder of ASIR Consulting, LLC and Varsity Music Group, LLC. Together, we discuss Brandon's journey growing up in Detroit, developing a business sense, the album Ready To Die by Notorious B.I.G., and how your life can change in 18 months. Thanks for vibing wi…
 
In episode 3 of The Zero Noize Podcast with Rod Wallace, Rod talks with Jay Bishop about electro funk, the growth of R&B in the 1980's, being one of the Dirty Ol' Men, his new project Cognac & Ballroom, and why the self-titled debut album by Kashif changed his life. Thanks for vibing with us! Follow The Zero Noize Podcast on IG/Twitter at @zeronoiz…
 
This week, we sit with Noah Kaplan, CEO of Leon Speakers, and discuss how creating melds with business and technology, why he built his life in Ann Arbor, and the Low End Theory by A Tribe Called Quest. This podcast is brought to you by Leon Speakers, Grove Studios, and Dirty Avenue Clothing. Produced by Project Plugin. Video by Mindstate Marketing…
 
In the first episode of The Zero Noize Podcast with Rod Wallace, Rod talks through his rationale for doing the podcast, building a community of thoughtful minds, and briefly talks about how Ice Cube's debut album Amerikkka's Most Wanted. This podcast is brought to you by Leon Speakers, Grove Studios, and Dirty Avenue Clothing. Produced by Project P…
 
Exit, Pursued by a Lawyer: 00:00,Interview with Ralph Sevush : 04:40,Interview with Chelsea Anderson-Long: 25:48,Neil Simon: 31:13,A NEW PLAY BY MATTHEW WEAVER by Matthew Weaver performed by Kate Armstrong Ross, Colleen McGloin, Chris Palmieri and an interview with Matthew Weaver : 35:21,Next call for submissions: 49:48Thanks and Last Thoughts on t…
 
The Heebie Jeebies: 00:00,The Supernatural in Shakespeare : 01:15,The Scottish Play - interview with Professor James Shapiro: 2:09,War of the Worlds and World War II: 11:12,LAKE TOWANDA by Natasha Sera, performed by Starra Andrews: 21:47,LOVERBOY by Michael Jalbert performed by Kate Ross, Erich Rausch, Michael Jalbert and an interview with Michael …
 
Escape to Canada: 00:00, Adam Susser asks Americans if they know who Justin Trudeau is : 01:16, I discover Justin Trudeau: 2:20, Brooke Johnson on Pierre Trudeau and TRUDEAU STORIES: 3:50, A scandal in Canada: 10:50, Alexis Diamond, translator, playwright, producer in Montreal: 12:59, Quebecois playwright Claude Montminy interview and FRANCONIA mon…
 
All about Midsummer: 00:00, Dame Judy Dench as Titania in 1968: 02:58, Reading of SHARK WEEK by Tom Misuraca: 4:34, Interview with Tom Misuraca: 14:51, The Beatles and A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM and KING LEAR: 19:47, Renee Nicole Gray and life as a Lady Gaga Impersonator: 27:48, How to be a part of the next podcast: 38:22, Starra Andrews as a fairy …
 
Join us for a conversation with Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and T Bone Burnett, co-creators of the southern gothic supernatural musical "Ghost Brothers of Darkland County." This extraordinary collaboration—13 years in the making—is a haunting tale of fraternal love, jealousy, and revenge. Our esteemed guests will talk about the inspiration behin…
 
DARK SISTERS director Rebecca Taichman, conductor Neal Goren, and composer Nico Muhly discuss the challenges of directing opera, the benefits of "tablework" and the workshop process in opera, the role of physical movement in DARK SISTERS, and the relationship between vocal writing and characterization in the opera.…
 
Librettist Stephen Karam discusses his libretto for DARK SISTERS, the collaboration process with composer Nico Muhly, and the relationship between music and words in the opera.DARK SISTERS is a new opera by Nico Muhly and Stephen Karam, and is co-commissioned and co-produced by Gotham Chamber Opera, Music-Theatre Group and Opera Company of Philadel…
 
A conversation between composer Nico Muhly and historian and author Ken Verdoia about the themes surrounding Nico Muhly and Stephen Karam's new opera DARK SISTERS, to be premiered by Gotham Chamber Opera and Music-Theatre Group in November, 2011.Part 3 of this three-part series discusses polygamy, the plural marriage community, and the New England …
 
A conversation between composer Nico Muhly and historian and author Ken Verdoia about the themes surrounding Nico Muhly and Stephen Karam's new opera DARK SISTERS, to be premiered by Gotham Chamber Opera and Music-Theatre Group in Novmeber, 2011.Part 2 of this three-part series explores the geography of early America in the time of Joseph Smith and…
 
A conversation between composer Nico Muhly and historian and author Ken Verdoia about the themes surrounding Nico Muhly and Stephen Karam's new opera DARK SISTERS, to be premiered by Gotham Chamber Opera and Music-Theatre Group in Novmeber, 2011.Part 1 of this three-part series begins with a discussion on the ramifications of the 1953 Short Creek r…
 
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