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Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the Envelope, Backstage’s podcast, features intimate, in-depth conversations with today’s most noteworthy film, television, and theater actors and creators. This is your guide to every aspect of acting, from voiceover and commercial work to casting directors, agents, and more. Full of both know-how and inspiration, In the Envelope airs bi-weekly to cover everything from practical advice on navigating the indust ...
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Savage Wonder

Christopher Paul Meyer

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Savage Wonder is a podcast about warriors and artists. It features long-form, one-on-one conversations with people who have a foot in both the world of the artist and the world of the warrior. It is produced by the Veterans Repertory Theater, a creative hub for talented veterans and world-class performers to create compelling live theater and events.
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Profiles in Havok

Christopher Paul Meyer

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One-on-one, long-form discussions featuring staff, writers and friends of Havok Journal. The show is sponsored by two veterans non-profits: Second Mission Foundation and the Veterans Repertory Theater.
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Theatre Forks

Amy Driscoll & Diana Chabai-Booker

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Amy and Diana discuss all things theatre, especially those happening in Greater Grand Forks! Join us every month as we talk to our friends in the community and gush about our favorite shows.
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Melbourne based Singer/Songwriter Darius Mendoza explores the lives of musicians and other interesting people. Darius delves into each of his guest’s unique origin story through candid conversation and live performance.
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Every Song has a Story

Big Siddy Productions

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"Every Song has a Story" is a weekly podcast that explores the art and craft of composing music and lyrics. Each episode features an interview with a successful songwriter, who shares their stories, experiences, and tips for writing songs. The podcast also covers a wide range of topics, including the creative process, the music industry, and the business of songwriting. Whether you're an aspiring musician, a fan of great songs, or just curious about the art of songwriting, this podcast has s ...
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Dakota Fanning joins In the Envelope: The Actor's Podcast to discuss the lessons she's learned about acting (and life) over her 25-year career. She also digs into her performance in Netflix's "Ripley" alongside Andrew Scott.---Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the Envelope, Backstage’s podcast, featur…
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Lois Hicks-Wozniak is an active concert saxophonist and educator in the New York Metropolitan and the Hudson Valley region, committed to community engagement through new music and Global Music styles. A D’Addario Woodwinds Artist, her many awards include winning the Special Presentation Winners Recital Series, sponsored by Artists International Pre…
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Dan Stevens joins In the Envelope: The Actor's Podcast to discuss "Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire," his earliest days doing Shakespeare with Rebecca Hall, how he feels about persistent James Bond rumors, and much more.---Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the Envelope, Backstage’s podcast, features in…
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John Bradley joins In the Envelope: The Actor's Podcast to discuss what he learned about acting (and life) during his eight-season run on "Game of Thrones," and how he's using those lessons on David Benioff and D.B. Weiss' new Netflix series, "3 Body Problem."---Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the E…
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Mitchel Coffman is a New York City-based artist. He is the son of a Vietnam-era veteran and is the longtime friends of several special operations folks. His 25 oil-on-canvas portraits of fallen Rangers are featured at the 75th Ranger Regiment Hall of Honor at Hunter Army Airfield and his newest exhibit is an immersive look at the GWOT, titled, "Wis…
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Geraldine Viswanathan joins In the Envelope: The Actor's Podcast to discuss starring in Ethan Coen's solo directing debut 'Drive-Away Dolls," her chemistry with Margaret Qualley, and replacing Ayo Edebiri in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film, "Thunderbolts."---Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the En…
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Mitchel Coffman is a New York City-based artist. He is the son of a Vietnam-era veteran and is the longtime friends of several special operations folks. His 25 oil-on-canvas portraits of fallen Rangers are featured at the 75th Ranger Regiment Hall of Honor at Hunter Army Airfield and his newest exhibit is an immersive look at the GWOT, titled, "Wis…
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The daughter of a veteran, Jean Ciampi is a playwright, freelance writer, humorist, Dramatists Guild of America member, passport holder, scuba diver, actress, baseball fan, director, Texan, humorist, dog lover and cilantro hater. She was mentored by Canadian playwright Sharon Pollock and is a member of the 2022 Kennedy Center Playwriting Intensive.…
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Lily Gladstone joins In the Envelope: The Actor's Podcast to discuss her Oscar nominated performance in Martin Scorsese's "Killers of the Flower Moon" and the historic Oscar nomination that came with it. Gladstone also looks back at her acting training and explains the various techniques that make her the performer you see on screen.---Backstage ha…
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Dakota Silvey is a New York-based playwright, stage manager, wildland firefighter and U.S. Air Force Veteran. Recorded in-person at the Players in NYC, Dakota spoke about life as both a writer and an active participant in the profession of arms. His play INTERMISSION PLAY placed second in Veterans Repertory Theater's latest 10-minute playwriting co…
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Dakota Silvey is a New York-based playwright, stage manager, wildland firefighter and U.S. Air Force Veteran. Recorded in-person at the Players in NYC, Dakota spoke about life as both a writer and an active participant in the profession of arms. His play INTERMISSION PLAY placed second in Veterans Repertory Theater's latest 10-minute playwriting co…
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Elizabeth Debicki joins In the Envelope: The Actor's Podcast to discuss her journey to Hollywood success, from training at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne to learning on-camera acting from Baz Luhrmann and playing Princess Diana on ‘The Crown.’---Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the En…
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Peter Corbett is a medically retired 20-year veteran of the South Portland, ME police department with an extensive career as a patrol officer, school resource officer and member of the dive unit. Medically retired after struggling with PTS, Peter is a candid, heartfelt and compelling advocate for mental health in the first responder community.…
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Stephanie Kline is a playwright from Arlington, VA. She is a Marine Corps veteran, former Air Force dependent, and served as an Army civilian and defense contractor. Her short plays have won multiple competitions and festival selections, including selection to the NYC Players’ Theatre 2021 Short Play Festival with a four-night, off-Broadway run of …
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Stephanie Kline is a playwright from Arlington, VA. She is a Marine Corps veteran, former Air Force dependent, and served as an Army civilian and defense contractor. Her short plays have won multiple competitions and festival selections, including selection to the NYC Players’ Theatre 2021 Short Play Festival with a four-night, off-Broadway run of …
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Emma Stone joins In the Envelope: The Actor's Podcast to discuss the insecurities, doubts, and ultimately triumphs of playing the undead Bella Baxter in Yorgos Lanthimos' "Poor Things." Stone also dives into the arc of her entire career, from the Valley Youth Theatre in Arizona to the Oscar stage.---Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and…
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Dan Lauria has appeared as a guest star in over seventy television episodic programs and more than twenty Movie Of The Week productions plus a score of motion picture credits. Dan is a very familiar face to the off-off, and off-Broadway and regional theatre scene having performed, written or directed over 50 professional stage productions. In 2010/…
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Kat Furrow is a self-taught artist based in Carlsbad, California. She is a Navy veteran, a full-time student, and an art instructor with over a decade of experience. Drawing inspiration from her love of people and nature, Kat is passionate about her craft, utilizing bold colors and textures. She embraces an "Art Every Day, it’s a Mindset" philosoph…
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Kat Furrow is a self-taught artist based in Carlsbad, California. She is a Navy veteran, a full-time student, and an art instructor with over a decade of experience. Drawing inspiration from her love of people and nature, Kat is passionate about her craft, utilizing bold colors and textures. She embraces an "Art Every Day, it’s a Mindset" philosoph…
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On this episode, Diana interviews director/performer extraordinaire Brian Clemente about Spring Awakening at SLOC, the power of Charlie Brown, and Great Comet (!). Plus, we play a very special Broadway FMK! Theatre mentioned in this episode: Spring Awakening at SLOC Musical Theater, Jan 19-28: sloctheater.org Into the Woods at Fort Salem Theater, A…
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Taraji P. Henson joins In the Envelope: The Actor’s Podcast to discuss taking on the role of Shug Avery in “The Color Purple,” putting ego aside to audition, and the approach to performing that’s served her well over a three-decade career.---Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the Envelope, Backstage’s …
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Tamim Fares is a combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan. After struggling with chemical dependencies, he turned to writing. His work, featured in Lethal Minds Journal and the Savage Wonder literary blog, often delves into themes of struggle, recovery, and hope, reflecting his personal experiences. For a deeper dive into his life and work, follow Ta…
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Andrew Scott joins Backstage's In the Envelope: The Actor's Podcast to discuss his haunting role in "All of Us Strangers," his playful approach to performing, and how he defines chemistry with co-stars like Paul Mescal.___Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the Envelope, Backstage’s podcast, features in…
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Mikael Cook is a former U.S. Army Staff Sergeant and veteran of the war in Afghanistan. He holds a master’s degree in business administration, residing and working in Southeast Michigan. During the August 2021 evacuation of Afghanistan, Mikael was a part of the #DigitalDunkirk team that saved thousands of our Afghan allies that had been left for de…
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Dan Lauria has appeared as a guest star in over seventy television episodic programs and more than twenty Movie Of The Week productions plus a score of motion picture credits. Dan is a very familiar face to the off-off, and off-Broadway and regional theatre scene having performed, written or directed over 50 professional stage productions. In 2010/…
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Paul Giamatti joins In the Envelope: The Actor's podcast to discuss his Oscar buzz-y role in "The Holdovers," reuniting with director Alexander Payne, and how he's changed as a performer over the years. We also get to the bottom of why, exactly, the 1989 slasher "I, Madman" is listed as Giamatti's debut credit on Wikipedia.---Backstage has been the…
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Emerald Fennell joins In the Envelope: The Actor's Podcast to discuss her sultry sophomore feature, "Saltburn," starring Barry Keoghan and Jacob Elordi. Fennell also dives into how she gets such unique performances from actors, and why she has high hopes for the future of original cinema. "I think we're ready to be close to each other again," she s…
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Michael D. Fay is a former USMC Combat Artist with multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Mike enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1975 and was discharged in 1978 as an 81 mm mortarman (MOS 0341). In 1978, he returned to Penn State Univeristy and graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science in Art Education. In 1983, re-enlisted into the…
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Michael D. Fay is a former USMC Combat Artist with multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Mike enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1975 and was discharged in 1978 as an 81 mm mortarman (MOS 0341). In 1978, he returned to Penn State Univeristy and graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science in Art Education. In 1983, re-enlisted into the…
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The Marvels" director Nia DaCosta joins In the Envelope: The Actor's Podcast to discuss what it's really like to make an MCU movie and how she gets unique performances from her actors on a blockbuster set. "The biggest thing is realizing I can do it and also realizing how hard it is," DaCosta says. "But that's the way films are supposed to be hard,…
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The child of a Ukrainian POW and US Air Force veteran, Michael Bard is an active musician, composer and teacher who resides near Washington, D.C. He has performed as a soloist and with various musical ensembles throughout the United States, Europe, Japan, North Africa, South America, Central America and the Middle East. He has also been featured on…
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Arriving in the US as a refugee, Ayman Kafel escaped civil wars in both Lebanon and Liberia. Following 9/11, Ayman enlisted in the US Army where he saw combat in Iraq before being forced to medically retire due to service-connected injuries. He continues to serve as a law enforcement officer. A regular contributor to Havok Journal, he is also the h…
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Tony winner James Monroe Iglehart joins In the Envelope: The Actor’s Podcast to discuss leading back to back musicals with ‘A Wonderful World’ and Broadway’s ‘Spamalot’—and why he’s not taking his busy schedule for granted. “I never want to get too big for my britches. I never want to think, 'that's right, I deserve this. I'm booked all the time,’ …
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Episode 117 with former Army combat veteran Dave Campisano, founder of 22 Mohawks. Dave joined the Army in 2001 and served in various light infantry units until his separation in 2016. In 2009, he passed Ranger School and was deployed with the Golden Dragons 2/14In, 10th Mountain Division to Iraq. After his honorable discharge in 2016, he attended …
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Episode 116 with former NYPD detective and actor/singer Michael Devine. Mike, a native New Yorker, is an intrepid character actor recognized for his roles as Detective Paul O'Rourke on the Emmy-nominated "The Undoing" (HBO) and James Tech on "Limitless" (CBS). With various guest star appearances on network, streaming and pay cable television, he is…
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Constance Wu joins In the Envelope: The Actor’s Podcast to tell us about playing her dream role of Audrey in the Off-Broadway revival of “Little Shop of Horrors.” Wu also dives deep into her life in the theater, as well as the mindset that got her to where she is. “The second that I think ‘this is my process and this is how I do it,’ that’s the sec…
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Episode 115 with former NYPD detective and actor/singer Michael Devine. Mike, a native New Yorker, is an intrepid character actor recognized for his roles as Detective Paul O'Rourke on the Emmy-nominated "The Undoing" (HBO) and James Tech on "Limitless" (CBS). With various guest star appearances on network, streaming and pay cable television, he is…
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The child of a Ukrainian POW and US Air Force veteran, Michael Bard is an active musician, composer and teacher who resides near Washington, D.C. He has performed as a soloist and with various musical ensembles throughout the United States, Europe, Japan, North Africa, South America, Central America and the Middle East. He has also been featured on…
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Yuri Lowenthal joins ‘In the Envelope: The Actor’s Podcast’ to tell us how he’s racked up more than 200 video game voice acting credits, including his biggest role: Sony and Insomniac’s Spider-Man. Yuri also details why, even with the ups and downs of the industry, his voiceover career has given him longevity as a performer. “You want to be a worki…
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Savage Wonder podcast, episode 87 with former NYPD detective and actor/singer Michael Devine. Mike, a native New Yorker, is an intrepid character actor recognized for his roles as Detective Paul O'Rourke on the Emmy-nominated "The Undoing" (HBO) and James Tech on "Limitless" (CBS). With various guest star appearances on network, streaming and pay c…
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Charles Faint currently serves as the Chair for the Study of Special Operations and an assistant professor in the Defense and Strategic Studies program for the Modern War Institute at West Point. A retired military intelligence officer, he commissioned into the military intelligence branch of the US Army through the ROTC program at Mercer Universit…
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Ivan F. Ingraham is a writer, speaker, and storyteller. He served 24-years in the United States Marine Corps, mostly in Special Operations. Ivan is the CEO of Golden Compass, LLC, a leadership consulting company. Read Ivan's work at The War Horse, Task & Purpose, and Havok Journal. Ivan's Amazon author page Follow Ivan here…
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On this episode of In the Envelope: The Actor’s Podcast, Odom Jr. takes us behind the scenes of his Broadway homecoming in “Purlie Victorious,” the Tony winner’s first time on stage since “Hamilton.” “Theater as a whole really is fighting for its place on the American stage, for its usefulness and its value to us. But it feels as necessary and as v…
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Ivan F. Ingraham is a writer, speaker, and storyteller. He served 24-years in the United States Marine Corps, mostly in Special Operations. Ivan is the CEO of Golden Compass, LLC, a leadership consulting company. Read Ivan's work at The War Horse, Task & Purpose, and Havok Journal. Ivan's Amazon author page Follow Ivan here…
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This week, due to our August scheduling mishaps and my innate curiosity, I sat down with myself for a little editorial speculation about the war in Ukraine and the way we in the military/veteran community think about it. Why do so many otherwise knowledgeable folks give Russia any benefit of doubt? Why are we so confused as to why it's worth suppor…
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Poet, musician and former USMC combat veteran Benjamin Fortier has finally published his latest book PHANTOMS, covering his deployment to Iraq in '06-'07. About the book, Sebastian Junger said, "Fortier’s poetry – can I even call it that? - seems to do the impossible: transfer the experience of combat directly into our psyches. PHANTOMS is stunning…
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