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There are plenty of podcast interviewing successful millionaires but how about one that gives a blue print for how to be successful in your 20’s? My goal is to empower young professionals (20 Somethings) by providing valuable feedback in regards to their careers, relationships, finances, health, and happiness. I believe you’re 20’s are the gateway to your future and the decisions you make during this decade of your life will have a profound impact on all your days ahead. Join me as I intervi ...
 
The Khmer Old Version Audio Drama New Testament (KOV) is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible with approximately 180 different characters and a digitally recorded sound track with full sound effects. For a list of other available languages go to our website at http://FaithComesByHearing.com. The mission of Faith Comes By Hearing is to bring His Church together and make disciples from every nation, tribe, language, and people: to give every person the opportunity to listen completely thro ...
 
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What's longer: a hippie's hair, or this episode? We uncover a HAIR-spiracy, debate the appropriate holidays to eat turkey, and speculate on which Tony presenters were definitely doin' it backstage. Email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmail.com, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional content about this season’s shows! “H…
 
From 1776 to 1969 to 2021, all we can say is: get it together, America!!!! Email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmail.com, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional content about this season’s shows! Zolotow, Sam. “2 Musicals Get 8 Nominations For Tony Prizes.” The New York Times, 18 Mar. 1969. Funke, Lewis. “'Great White H…
 
We've had our fun this season, but now we're telling you: it's all over. We dissect the disrespectful treatment of Jennifer Holliday and the cast of DREAMGIRLS, get our first real chance to talk about Michael Bennett, and reveal the subject of our first Patreon bonus ep! Support us at patreon.com/mylittletonys, email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmai…
 
We finish up our season with one of the most contentious Tony showdowns. Of. All. Time. First up, we explore Tommy Tune's unorthodox skincare routine, unmask Liliane Montevecchi as NINE's secret puppetmaster, and wonder who even cares about a many-colored coat when you have Laurie Beechman's belt. Support us at patreon.com/mylittletonys, email us a…
 
Between American Idiot and Fela! we wonder: can contemporary Broadway ever effectively capture counterculture? And more importantly, does it even matter??? Support us at patreon.com/mylittletonys, email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmail.com, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional content about this season’s shows!…
 
It's 2010! Broadway goes Hollywood and everyone's mad! The economy is failing! Everything feels recycled! We're all very tired! Send in the clowns! Support us at patreon.com/mylittletonys, email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmail.com, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional content about this season’s shows!…
 
In a low-key year, we get heart eyes for Alfred Drake, watch Gwen Verdon high-kick her way to stardom, and imagine an alternate future hosting "My Little Perrys." Support us at patreon.com/mylittletonys, email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmail.com, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional content about this season’s sho…
 
We saved the star power for part 2, featuring the elusive Madeline Kahn, the triumphant return of Eartha Kitt, and Marty & Liza's Not-So-Excellent Adventure. Support us at patreon.com/mylittletonys, email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmail.com, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional content about this season’s shows!…
 
Dive inside Bonnie Franklin's twisted mind for our discussion of the first half of the 1978 Tony Awards. We've been passing the time Dancin', Working, and NOT Misbehavin'. Wait, don't Runaway!!! We love you!!! Support us at patreon.com/mylittletonys, email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmail.com, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys)…
 
The drama just keeps coming as we discuss George C. Wolfe's genius, speculate on Julie Andrews' mysterious inner life, and demand a play based on Edward Albee and Terrence McNally's relationship. Support us at patreon.com/mylittletonys, email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmail.com, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additiona…
 
This week we do our best to answer the all-important question: IS everything rent?! We dip our toes into what may be our most drama-filled ceremony yet, break down the myth-making behind Jonathan Larson, and discover a surprising resolution to the 30-year Streisand/Channing feud. Support us at patreon.com/mylittletonys, email us at mylittletonyspod…
 
Please sir, may we have some more 1963? David Merrick and his mustache serve us some British imports, we look over the stragglers and also-rans, and are only a little afraid of Uta Hagen. Support us at patreon.com/mylittletonys, email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmail.com, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional conten…
 
Something for everyone, two comedies (A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM & LITTLE ME) tonight! Plus: snubs, flubs, confronting a snitch, threats of testicular violence, throwing a hotel sink out a window, fainting onstage, and attempting to have your collaborators arrested. Support us at patreon.com/mylittletonys, email us at mylittleto…
 
McKinley, Jesse. [“It Can't Win All The Tonys (Can It?).”](www.nytimes.com/2001/06/01/movies/it-can-t-win-all-the-tonys-can-it.html?searchResultPosition=207) The New York Times, 1 June 2001. Gates, Anita. [“A Few Free Peeks at Those Dancing Feet.”](www.nytimes.com/2001/06/03/tv/cover-story-a-few-free-peeks-at-those-dancing-feet.html?searchResultPos…
 
Join us (sorry) as we finish up 1973 with a discussion of the tumultuous relationship between Pippin and the Leading Player- um, we mean Stephen Schwartz and Bob Fosse. We also celebrate the groundbreaking women behind Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope, and get meta to share our reflections on our first year of the show. See you in 2020! Email us at my…
 
And now we move on to the undeserving flop section of the season, where Anna gets to brag about reading War and Peace and we contemplate if Tim Minchin accomplished what Sondheim couldn't. Email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmail.com, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional content about this season’s shows! Broadway Ba…
 
Nordyke, Kimberly. [“'Star Trek' Star Claims Kevin Spacey Made a Pass at Him at Age 14; Spacey Apologizes, Comes Out as Gay.](www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/star-trek-star-claims-kevin-spacey-made-a-pass-at-him-at-age-14-1052828) The Hollywood Reporter, 23 Nov. 2017. Schulman, Michael. [“The 2017 Tony Nominations: War, Peace, and Bette Midler.”](ww…
 
In this episode, we dig up Sondheim's forgotten feud with Frank Sinatra; figure out how to succeed in show business with a tone-deaf lead; discuss the Merm, the myth, the legend; and include much more Elaine Stritch than you might expect. Email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmail.com, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additio…
 
We finish up 1980, lightning round-style: Sugar Babies, A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine, Oklahoma!, West Side Story, Peter Pan, and Children of a Lesser God in 30 minutes or less! (Well, 32.) Email us at mylittletonyspodcast@gmail.com, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional content about this season’s shows…
 
Shepard, Richard F. [“'Evita' Up for 11 Tonys, 'Talley's Folly Gets 5.”](https://www.nytimes.com/1980/05/13/archives/evita-up-for-11-tonys-talleys-folly-gets-5.html?searchResultPosition=100) The New York Times, 13 May 1980. Blau, Eleanor. [“Tonys to 'Children of Lesser God,' 'Evita'; Win Choreography Award.”](https://www.nytimes.com/1980/06/09/arch…
 
Brantley, Ben. “Again, for the First Time.” The New York Times, 1 June 2008. Brantley, Ben. “Come Back, Little '50s, Even With the Clouds.” The New York Times, 24 Feb. 2008. Isherwood, Charles. “Two Helpings of Pie From Broadway's Fridge.” The New York Times, 23 Mar. 2008. Simonson, Robert. “'South Pacific'.” The New York Times, 1 June 2008. Rich, …
 
Brantley, Ben, and Charles Isherwood. “Critics' Picks.” The New York Times, 1 June 2008. Isherwood, Charles. “On This Rock, Build a Future for Musicals.” The New York Times, 24 June 2007. Isherwood, Charles. “Breaking the Mold of the Musical.” The New York Times, 24 Feb. 2008. Green, Penelope. “Setting the Stage, Offstage.” The New York Times, 20 M…
 
Filichia, Peter. Broadway Musicals: The Biggest Hit & the Biggest Flop of the Season 1959 to 2009. Applause Books, 2010. Mordden, Ethan. Open a New Window: the Broadway Musical in the 1960s. Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. Mandelbaum, Ken. Not since Carrie: Forty Years of Broadway Musical Flops. St. Martin's Press, 1992. Viertel, Jack. Secret Life of the…
 
Filichia, Peter. Broadway Musicals: The Biggest Hit & the Biggest Flop of the Season 1959 to 2009. Applause Books, 2010. Mordden, Ethan. Open a New Window: the Broadway Musical in the 1960s. Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. Bloom, Ken, and Frank Vlastnik. Broadway Musicals: the 101 Greatest Shows of All Time. Black Dog & Leventhal Pubs., 2010. Taylor, The…
 
Now that all the assorted beauties and beasts are out of the way, we take a look at the rest of the season, which was a great year if your name was Rodgers and/or Hammerstein but not so much if your name was Tommy Tune. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional content about this season’s shows! Works referenced/cited: Chee…
 
We’re back to the 90s! We wonder what the hell Anthony Hopkins was doing there, discuss the controversy over Disney’s first bid for Broadway domination with Beauty and the Beast, and try our best to deconstruct Passion’s take on passion. Works referenced/cited: Sondheim, Stephen. Look, I Made a Hat: Collected Lyrics (1981-2011) with Attendant Comme…
 
What do McCarthyism, Charlie Chaplin, I Love Lucy, Catfish, Sister Act, Andrew Cunanan, John & Yoko, and the Caroline, or Change extended universe have to do with Bells Are Ringing, The Most Happy Fella, and Li’l Abner? That’s for us to know and you to find out. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @mylittletonys for more content on this season’s sho…
 
MLT takes on MFL! We use the lack of ceremony for ‘57 as an excuse to go deep on My Fair Lady, with a healthy sprinkling of Candide and Long Day’s Journey Into Night. We get X-rated while discussing the S&M subtext of Henry and Eliza’s relationship (plus drop the c-bomb while quoting Rex Harrison), get to the bottom of Candide’s dozens of credited …
 
We debate whether Something Rotten! is mocking or celebrating musical history, trace The Visit’s long road and short stay, and celebrate Kelli O’Hara’s sixth-time’s-the-charm win for The King and I. Plus: more dream (and nightmare) threesomes, a couple of failed attempts to find a “What?!”, and maybe a little too much joshing at Josh Groban’s expen…
 
Caption: The 2015 Tony Awards! Harvey Weinstein’s hideous, smug face forces us to reflect on how much the world has changed in the last four years. We also talk about the highs and lows of adapting stage-resistant source material with Fun Home, An American in Paris, and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time; get carried away by On the T…
 
The Compounding Effect of Decision Making - Just like money, your decisions have a compounding effect on the success and happiness in your life. Good decisions made consistently, even if small, over time make huge positive results in your life. Be careful though because it works the opposite way as well. Thanks for listening.…
 
We sift through the leftovers of the 1984 Tony awards, discussing the classically trained roots of the Carlton dance, why even Chita and Liza couldn’t save The Rink, and what David and Zosia Mamet talk about at Thanksgiving. Plus, we excavate the source of an obscure Simpsons joke for this edition of “What?!” Follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@my…
 
One of my goals this year is to create a video course based on how to start making money with vacation rentals. We have learned so much on how to make money and be successful with vacation rentals and it is my goal to package that information and make it available to anyone who would like to learn to do what we have done...buy properties, save mone…
 
Sunday SUNDAY Sunday! Two down-on-their-luck titans face off in the battle that ROCKED the eighties! It’s Georges versus Georges! Drag queens versus dots! Hummin' Jerry Herman versus Stone Cold (according to the critics) Steve Sondheim! WHO will reign victorious in this knock-down drag-out no-holds-barred fight to return to Broadway glory? Find out…
 
Wingy's Boxing Bytes Podcast Episode 64A lighthearted and fun Boxing Podcast for Casual and Hardcore Boxing fans. This Episode Wingy reviews Sergey Kovalev vs Eledier Alvarez rematch! Cheeseman vs Garcia! + All the undercards! We discuss who is the REAL peoples champion, Anthony Joshua? Dillian Whyte or Tyson Fury in the weekly discussion section T…
 
Anna’s sister Isabel joins us once again to finish our discussion of the ‘05 Tonys. We wonder if Adam Guettel will ever guett his act together, dreamcast a one-woman 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and debate whether or not a car is a robot. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional content about this season’s shows…
 
Wingy's Boxing Bytes Podcast Episode 63A lighthearted and fun Boxing Podcast for Casual and Hardcore Boxing fans. This Episode Wingy reviews Keith Thurman vs Josesito Lopez! Discusses George Groves recent retirement in the weekly discussion section The Big Byte! Sergey Kovalev vs Eleider Alvarez rematch preview! Boxing Mailbag! News of the week! Pl…
 
This episode, we’re serving you two Hulkowers for the price of one. Anna's sister Isabel stops by to reminisce about the time they made their dad drive them to New Jersey to see Elaine Stritch. We also compare everything to The Producers, confess how much we like (Norbert Leo) Butz and we CANNOT lie, and wish Spamalot would spam a little less. Foll…
 
We wrap up our coverage of the ‘75 Tony awards by discussing how the aftershocks of the Vietnam War were still sending tremors through Broadway via The Lieutenant and Shenandoah, having a pretty okay time with Goodtime Charley, and attempting to (finally) pay some attention to this season’s plays. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys)…
 
In this episode covering the first half of an extremely crowded season, we try to unpack the truly bizarre ceremony for the 1975 Tonys. We also gush over the many talents of Geoffrey Holder, uncover a Wikipedia conspiracy about The Wiz, and separate fact & fiction in Mack & Mabel. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional c…
 
Wingy's Boxing Bytes Podcast Episode 61A lighthearted and fun Boxing Podcast for Casual and Hardcore Boxing fans. This Episode is the prestigious yearly Wingy Boxing Kebab awards! Fighter of the year, Upset of the year, KO of the year and much more!!!If you enjoy the content please consider donating to my paypal account donate any amount you like! …
 
In this episode, we conclude our discussion of the ‘98 Tony Awards. We pour one out for the dearly departed Natasha Richardson, join our heads together to analyze the reasons Side Show flopped, and wonder where in the world is Frank Wildhorn? (He’s big in Japan). Follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional content about this …
 
For our second episode, we’re tackling the first half of the 1998 Tony Awards. In this episode we explore whether Ragtime is the Show Boat of the 90s, the American Les Miserables, historical fanfiction, or all of the above; scream about the insane alternate second act Julie Taymor pitched for The Lion King; and shout out Seth Rudetsky, the Muppets,…
 
Wilkommen, bienvenue, and WELCOME to My Little Tonys! In our inaugural episode covering the 1967 Tony Awards, we discuss why Cabaret puts the rest of the musicals this season to shame, Tim shares a very spicy take about two-person musicals, and we still manage to work Sondheim into the conversation even though he has nothing to do with any of the s…
 
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