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This is a podcast about Stephen Sondheim's entire body of work show by show and song by song. Each week Kyle Marshall invites an expert to discuss a Sondheim song in-depth. Together they discover the humour, how the songs inform character, and any hidden meanings. Most importantly they try to understand the man behind the music, the Shakespeare of our time, as best they can.
 
Dear Life Warriors is a show dedicated to educating, empowering, motivating and giving hope to many.About Coach Char:I’ve spent 15 years of my career as a Human Resources Executive for organizations on a National scale. In my career I’ve successfully completed hundreds of high-volume mergers & acquisitions, transformed broken cultures, and taught organizations how to rebrand their image by using one very important resource, their PEOPLE. I hold the following certifications: Certified Corpora ...
 
Uncle’s Dream by Fyodor Dostoyevsky was written following his five year exile to Siberia where he was sent to serve in a hard labor camp. Following what could only have been a harrowing and harsh existence in Russia’s infamous prison for political and social prisoners, one would expect Dostoyevsky’s work to have been dark and bitter. Rather, Uncle’s Dream is a humorous and yet scathing commentary on Russian provincial high-society.The story of elderly Prince K. who comes to visit the town of ...
 
The South Bend Beat Podcast will dive into all things, people and places South Bend. We’ll interview local leaders and influencers, allowing listeners to hear about them in a way that’s never been heard before. This includes community leaders, politicians, business owners, entrepreneurs and more. The South Bend Beat Podcast will also highlight, preview and summarize local events with the help of those that will be, or were, directly involved.
 
COLOR SPEAK is truth talk for relevance restoration, social influence, and dynamic purpose in all places and all seasons. It is a podcast designed to empower women to spiritual sight. It is a place for you to be encouraged to see beyond what is visible, an opportunity to understand the love of God as color, allowing you to be all you were meant to be.
 
Hello Everyone ! Welcome to our channel. Thank you for clicking on. On this Podcast channel we aim to bring fun, laughter, excitement and news to the people on the internet. We will be doing episodes at least once a week so stay tuned.——————————————————————————————————————👉The Podcasts Instagram- Hows It Going Podcast👈👉The Podcasts Twitter-Hows It Going Podcast 👈——————————————————————————————————————One of our aims is to help people who struggle and have experiences of mental health, there a ...
 
Sharon Capehart is Chairman and CEO of Positively Women, Inc., a Management and Marketing company. Her striking presence and outrageous personality have made Dallas-based Capehart the most sought after female oriented lecturer and Image Transformation Specialist on the national circuit. Women flock to her seminars hoping to learn from this dynamic woman how to take charge and completely transform their lives, both inside and out. Motivating others comes naturally to Sharon, who is able to co ...
 
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Dear Life Warriors, Meet Zina Rodriguez, Co-Founder of ZND Consulting. This is a conversation you don't want to miss. Zina is definitely bringing the real! Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/rUY7yjttBA4 Memorable quotes: 1. When we are women of color in corporate spaces, it is a challenge to find our voice and authority. 2. In my younger…
 
This week's guest on the Tennis.com Podcast is former Top 5 WTA player, Zina Garrison. Among her many accomplishments, Zina is a former Wimbledon finalist, gold and bronze medalist, and role model for many. Listen to this week's episode to hear Zina recount experiences such as beating Pam Shriver at the Olympics, her advice to Richard Williams to h…
 
Thank you for tuning into another episode of Talking Gut! In today’s episode I sat down and talked to Dr Zina Valaydon on Hepatology and the Liver. Dr Zina Valaydon is a consultant gastroenterologist and hepatologist. She is the head of the Hepatology service at the Western Hospital in Melbourne Australia. Zina graduated from The University of Melb…
 
Light is where you’ll find truth; truth is where you’ll find color. Color is where you’ll find God. Color is God. It’s his love for you. His promises. His glimpse of things to come. Light is what makes color happen. Color is a product of light and God IS light, so color testifies! Today we talk more truth, with a different focus. Today we take a lo…
 
Yo ho! Matt Koplik joins Kyle to discuss fan art, double entendres, and why Sondheim doesn't think this song is funny. You can listen to Broadway Breakdown here: https://podtail.com/en/podcast/broadway-breakdown-1/ And you can follow Matt on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/mattkoplik/ You can purchase Stephen Sondheim's first book of lyri…
 
In this special episode we flip the script and let veteran leader Mike Mowery learn as much as he can from up and coming millennial leader Toney Thompson. Dr. Mike Mowery, SGR’s President of Leadership Development, has been with SGR since 2011. Mike is experienced in leading City Council retreats, facilitating Community Engagement Meetings, and lea…
 
Light is where you’ll find truth; truth is where you’ll find color. Color is where you’ll find God. Color is God. It’s his love for you. Light is what makes color happen. Color is a product of light and God IS light. Color speaks of God’s promises. And his attributes, always good. And in considering God’s good ways, how often do you consider “asser…
 
A couple of friends walk together and make up fake haikus to pass the time. Christine Chen returns to give insight into the song and the legacy of Pacific Overtures. Christine's Blog: https://acrossthearch.wordpress.com Christine's Twitter: https://twitter.com/AcrossTheArch Christine's podcast, Bottomless Broadway: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/pod…
 
Richard (Rick) L. Davis has spent 25 years in local government administration and is the current City Manager of Baytown Texas, the third largest city in Harris County. An International City and County Management Association (ICMA) Credentialed Manager, Rick received his Masters of Public Administration and Bachelors of Government Relations degrees…
 
This week's guest is a true tennis innovator, as Cameron Lickle joins to explain how he's working to change the player-coach game. Listen as he chats with host Kamau Murray about how he became a tennis instructor, the ugly side of the business relationships between players & coaches, and what he's doing to change those relations to make it more wor…
 
Light is where you’ll find truth; truth is where you’ll find color. Color is where you’ll find God. Color is God. It’s his love for you. Color testifies to his everlasting goodness in myriad ways. Color speaks of God’s attributes, always good. So, which comes to mind for you? Limitless? Unchanging? Omnipotent? Loving? How about preemptive? Proactiv…
 
Dear Life Warriors, Meet Toni Lorraine, Owner of Dr. Brownies. In this episode, we discussed how she was able to start her business in 2020, by capitalizing on her free time. This show is all about positivity and shining the light on a few amazing people, doing great things under the radar in this world. In this episode, I am shining the light on t…
 
Dear Life Warriors, Meet Saul, my former client and now a friend! He is someone you want in your Rolodex! He is currently Regional Vice President of Primerica. As a Financial Advisor, he helps people like yourself with Debt Management for FREE! He was able to make it through 2020 having his most successful year ever! Sign up for one of Saul's free …
 
Will White returns to discuss the orchestrations of Pacific Overtures. He answers questions about why there's such a distinctive sound and how Sondheim and Jonathan Tunick created what they did. William's podcast The Classical Gabfest: https://cgf.buzzsprout.com William's website: http://www.willcwhite.com William's Twitter: https://twitter.com/wil…
 
Sam Stecher is an educator, author, and entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience. He has provided instruction, training, and leadership at every level from elementary school to university institutions. Through MissionMonday.com, as well as the opportunity to speak at conferences, schools, and businesses, Sam has been able to make a significant…
 
Shauna and Rebecca are excited to have Tara back as a guest reviewer and equally happy that she has agreed to participate in future podcasts! The books by Native American and Indigenous authors discussed include: Shauna: Strangers (the first book in The Reckoner Series) by David Alexander Robertson Tara: Sugar Falls by David Alexander Robertson; 77…
 
This week's episode of the Tennis.com Podcast features tennis pioneer and former pro MaliVai Washington. Listen as host Kamau Murray discusses Washington's improbable run to the 1996 Wimbledon Final, his journey from humble beginnings to the top of the game, his life on tour, and how he dedicated his post-playing life to growing the sport. Learn mo…
 
Light is where you’ll find truth; truth is where you’ll find color. Color is where you’ll find God. Color is God. It’s his love for you. Have you ever thought of the world this way? Looked at color as something demonstrative of God’s love for us? Have you ever viewed the world through a butterfly’s wings? Through a field of green, an azure sky, the…
 
The song Chrysanthemum Tea was written specifically for Alvin Ing to perform in Pacific Overtures. He joins Kyle to discuss his time with the show (twice!) and how theatre has changed over the years. Alvin Ing: Tales of a Theatrical Trailblazer: https://www.onstageblog.com/profiles/2021/5/1/alvin-ing Alvin's theatre credits: https://www.broadwaywor…
 
While gaining his Ph.D in e-Research & Technology Enhanced Learning from the world-ranked Lancaster University in the U.K., Dr. Graham developed the award-winning , research-based theoretical lens that has become known as Techno-Resiliency. Dr. Graham joins me today to talk about his knew book, "Mandate to be Great: The 5 Traits of Techno-Resilient…
 
Light is where you’ll find truth; truth is where you’ll find color. Color is where you’ll find God. Color is God. It’s his love for you. Can you imagine a monotone world? Of course not! God gave us color but he says this world we know is but a shadow of things to come. He tells us our minds cannot imagine what he has prepared for us in the next. Th…
 
Is the Shogun's mother trying to help her son, or is she seeking vengeance? Zina Lee returns to discuss the performance, lyrics, and history of Chrysanthemum Tea. You can follow Zina on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/zinajlee/ You can purchase Stephen Sondheim's first book of lyrics, Finishing the Hat, by going here: https://amzn.to/2LB9…
 
Zina and Patrick’s new book, Leading with Love and Laughter Letting Go and Getting Real at Work was released in May 2021. Dr. Zina Sutch leads the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and Civil Rights at the Small Business Administration. Prior to her current role she held senior positions at the Office of Personnel Management and the United States De…
 
Shauna and Rebecca are thrilled to chat with Marcello Di Cintio about his latest book, Driven: The Secret Lives of Taxi Drivers. Marcello artfully tells the personal stories of hard working men and women who persist in carving out lives filled with passion, commitment, and success. Rebecca also reminds listeners to pick up Marcello's book, Pay No H…
 
In 1984 Leif Shiras made front page news across the globe when he upset Ivan Lendl at Queens Club. He rode that wave of notoriety all the way to the final, where he lost to John McEnroe in three sets. He reached 31 in the world, got to the Rd of 16 at Wimbledon, and was a member of the US Davis Cup Teams in 89 and 91 under coach Tom Gorman. He is a…
 
Light is where you’ll find truth; truth is where you’ll find color. Color is where you’ll find God. Color is God. It’s his love for you. Have you ever thought of the world this way? Looked at color as something demonstrative of God’s love for us? And get this, God tells us in his Word that if we like what he has created here for us, we are really g…
 
Are they dragons or are they volcanoes? Danielle Breitstein joins Kyle to discuss the story of this song and how it's melody stays important through the rest of the show. You can follow Danielle on Twitter: https://twitter.com/smalljewishgirl Or on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/smalljewishgirl/ You can also check out her Pacific Overtures me…
 
This week on the Tennis.com podcast, Kamau Murray speaks to Canadian tennis player and mental health advocate Rebecca Marino. Listen as the Canadian discusses her upbringing in the tennis world, why she decided to walk away from the game at a young age, and how a change in attitude improved her mental health. Marino also shares her thoughts on Naom…
 
Pete Havel talks to me about about his new book "The Arsonist in the Office: Fireproofing Your Life Against Toxic Coworkers, Employees, Bosses, and Cultures. " This is an excellent discussion of toxicity in people and organizations and how we can engage with these arsonists in healthy ways. https://www.amazon.com/Arsonist-Office-Fireproofing-Cowork…
 
Welcome to another episode of talking gut, where I get the opportunity to interview leading expert in the fascinating area of the gut and related Systems. In today’s interview, I had the wonderful pleasure to sit and talk to Dr Linda Nguyen, Neurogastroenterologist and motility specialist in California USA Dr Nguyen is the Clinical Director of Stan…
 
Light is what makes color happen. Color is a product of light and God IS light, so there you have it. God is color. When we emit our own light, reflective of his, we color our world. With this in mind, our God must be first. If he isn't first in everything we do, if he isn't the first person we go to, our light is dimmed, our color diminished, the …
 
A tragic song about what can be said out loud and what needs to be kept to yourself. Chris Dockum joins Kyle to discuss why it's two unknown characters who sing this song and the impact of Pacific Overtures in general. You can follow Chris on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheChrisDockum You can listen to his podcast, Just Meaningful Plastic, here: h…
 
This week Kamau Murray chats with longtime tennis journalist Ben Rothenberg about a wide array of topics, including Naomi Osaka's decision to withdraw from Roland Garros and whether player-media relations need to be altered in any way. Rothenberg also discusses how journalists are able to yield good insight from the players, and how the tours can h…
 
Light is where you’ll find truth; truth is where you’ll find color. Color is where you’ll find God. Color is God. It’s his love for you. Can you imagine a monotone world? Of course not! God gave us color but he says this world we know is but a shadow of things to come. He tells us our minds cannot imagine what he has prepared for us in the next. Th…
 
The opening song to Pacific Overtures. Is it meant to be an explanation of the idyllic world Japan was in, or is it a warning about he dangers of isolationism? Luckily, Kyle doesn't have to figure that out alone as he has Rob Urbinati, a person who has seen the original Pacific Overtures dozens of times. Email Rob at: roburbinati@gmail.com And you …
 
Kamau Murray hosts the debut episode of the all-new Tennis.com podcast, and he's joined by one of the biggest icons in sports history, the one and only Billie Jean King. Listen as she discusses her upbringing in the sport, how the "Original 9" changed the game forever, and the current state of tennis in this all-encompassing interview. Learn more a…
 
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