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We are Bret Shuford and Stephen Hanna your all-American married couple making their living in the arts and pursuing a growing family. On the Broadway Husbands Podcast we offer advice from our ordinary lives under extraordinary circumstances. We are living proof that you can love who you love and love what you do. Visit us on Instagram: @broadwayhusbands, Online: BroadwayPodcastNetwork.com/BroadwayHusbands A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network.
 
Creative Branding & PR coach Diane Foy has conversations with thriving artists, musicians, actors, and industry influencers on what it takes to succeed in the arts. Solo shows offer coaching drawn from her 25 years’ experience as a multi-passionate creative entrepreneur. Guests have included musicians Akon, Bif Naked, Sass Jordan, Jason McCoy, Clayton Bellamy, Marc Jordan, live music producer Tom Jackson, music producers Timbaland and Joe Solo, actor/musician Michael Des Barres, actor Glenn ...
 
Whether you’re a seasoned entrepreneur or desperate to quit your day job, this show has you covered. Hosts Chalene and Brock Johnson bring both perspectives - whether your goal is to earn extra income on the side, or take the growth of your online business to the next level. Get top tips to build social media, grow your email list, develop digital marketing strategies, boost automated sales and create additional streams of income on a limited budget. Learn to share your story and convert fol ...
 
In year four of sharing a dressing room at Broadway’s Jersey Boys, Cara Cooper and Jessica Rush found themselves in uncharted territory, juggling motherhood and eight shows a week. Knowing they weren’t alone in the struggle, they founded a support group for mothers in the business of show, called Broadway Baby Mamas. Join Cara and Jessica as they discuss in depth the usually funny, always emotional and very frank comedy and tragedy of motherhood with today’s great mamas of Broadway and beyond.
 
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Creating a character in a new Broadway musical is a gift for any artist, because you get to infuse the show with your own artistry. But it is the lucky few who get to create characters multiple times in multiple musicals. By originating roles in multiple musicals, they helped in a small but meaningful way to shape the legacy of musical theatre for …
 
Kicking off Pride Month, The Broadway Husbands, Bret Shuford and Stephen Hanna, share their ongoing journey toward becoming fathers. Five years into this process, they have come up against seemingly endless obstacles, and still don’t have a baby on the way, but they have never lost hope. Their story is one of honesty, perseverance and an abundance …
 
Are you selling too much on social media? Are you holding your audiences’ attention or are you just annoying them with ads, swipe up and discount codes? Today Brock will break down why it is you may be losing customers due to your selling practices on your social media accounts as well as why the algorithm may not be working in your favor. Get read…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 72 of Sing! Dance! Act! Thrive! I’ve been a guest on some amazing podcasts lately so I wanted to shout out some shows that you should check out. Plus I always think I’m much more entertaining and provide more value on other shows than on my own. I think it is because of the great questions the hosts ask me. To hear how …
 
Today, on this Quick Tip Tuesday, Brock shares his top app recommendations (he personally uses) for Instagram posting. You’ll hear his choices from video editing to closed captions and everything in between. These apps will help make your experience on Instagram smoother, better and — overall — easier! Join the Insta Club Hub to go deep in learning…
 
Emily Loftiss is a former Radio City Rockette and Broadway performer turned television host, personal stylist and creator of “Everyday Glam”. She is building an empire of female empowerment and positivity while juggling motherhood and the three year infertility journey that got her there. Emily is the ultimate example of speaking you dreams into ex…
 
Creating your first offer can be a big obstacle for many entrepreneurs! Today, Chalene provides tips to help you get into the right mindset to finally create your baby or introductory offer. Grab pen & paper and get ready to take some notes because this episode is packed full of steps and strategies you can put into action immediately! Join the Ins…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 71 of Sing! Dance! Act! Thrive! First up I want to announce that I have just released an updated version of the Fans, Media, & Industry Attraction Roadmap for Musicians and Actors. This free ebook will walk you through 3 phases to set you up so that you can book gigs and make money with your talents. Phase 1 is Authenti…
 
Continuing our Pride Month celebration, Broadway Stage Manager, Julia Jones’, story is not to be missed. Together with her wife, they have journeyed through foster care, adoption, an endless array of special needs, and the reality that they are white women raising black children in an unjust society. Her story is a lesson in leading with love, alwa…
 
If you’re an education-based entrepreneur — someone who has solved a problem and teaches the solution to others — then this episode is for you! Whether you monetize your knowledge / expertise via eBook, online course, or one-on-one coaching… the slippery slope often revolves around, “how much should I give away on social media for free?” Well today…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 70 of Sing! Dance! Act! Thrive! Let's talk transformations...By now, you probably know that I am a branding and PR coach for artists, musicians, and actors, but today I want to shift gears to talk about the transformation my coaching can do for you! I believe that in order to attract fans, media, and industry you need t…
 
Todrick Hall is a trailblazer in the world of video. His work has always sought to entertain and engage, uniting his love of music, theatre and Disney with unparalleled production quality. Blasting open the possibilities of online video, he’s also created studio albums, live touring productions and award-winning music videos. But Todrick’s first lo…
 
For our third episode in this miniseries, we’re so excited to bring you a true renaissance woman in the industry. She’s been an associate to multiple Broadway choreographers, she’s been a dance captain, she’s starred in shows, and she’s also one phenomenal educator, the brilliant Lizz Picini. Currently teaching sold out classes at Broadway Dance Ce…
 
Becca Lee was coming off her biggest year yet, making her Broadway Debut, getting married, and getting pregnant, when Covid-19 changed the world. She is now navigating her role as mom in a new world and being super honest and open about the mental load of motherhood and her own personal journey with anxiety. Even though her social media presence ha…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness month, and here at the Broadway Husbands Podcast, we want to share our own mental health journeys with you- to do our small part to stop the stigma once and for all! In this episode, we shed light on our struggles with addition, depression, and attention deficit disorder. Since sobriety is a bond we both share- and th…
 
Our BPN Podcasters bring you exclusive interviews with cast and creatives from In the Heights, in theaters on June 11 2021. Watch the video version of this event here: https://youtu.be/py3YLSt8MSo. Interview 1: Daphne Rubin-Vega, interviewed by Salisha Thomas http://bpn.fm/bhbl Interview 2: Olga Merediz and Jimmy Smitts, interviewed by Dori Berinst…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 69 of Sing! Dance! Act! Thrive! I’m going to start the show with a little-known fact… For most of my life, I tiptoed around in order to go unnoticed. I was passionate about the performing arts, however, I was way too shy to become a performer. As a photographer, makeup artist, journalist, artist manager, and publicist I…
 
The most important thing we can do in business is to have contact with our customers. And while you’ve heard Chalene speak about the importance of growing one’s email list, it seems that — more and more — people are jaded with all things email. So, how does a business owner / entrepreneur stay ahead of the curve and find the newest (and best) platf…
 
Welcome back to the second part of my interview with director and choreographer Casey Nicholaw about some of his favorite numbers in his Broadway shows. If you don’t know Casey Nicholaw by name, you’re certainly familiar with the shows that he has worked on. He’s the director and choreographer of Mean Girls, Something Rotten! and Aladdin. He’s a Dr…
 
Do you need to stop procrastinating to get that next big project off the ground? It always seems there’s an endless mountain of things to be done, right? Well, you’re in luck! In today’s episode, Chalene shares 10 quick tips to overcome procrastination in your business development. You’ll learn how to prioritize what’s most important and, in turn, …
 
A longstanding voice for the AAPI community, Erin Quill, joins us to share her experiences as a minority in our industry and beyond. Her blog, The Fairy Princess Diaries is a brutally honest take on social justice, the LGBTQ community, and its inherent connection to all things entertainment. She is a roaring advocate for representation of the AAPI …
 
Today’s episode is an absolute gift. We are still buzzing from our inspirational and healing talk with Shelby Elsbree and Jessica Cohen. If you’re ready to be seen, to address systemic problems in the performing arts industry, and to give your inner artist the biggest hug ever, please tune in. You’ll be so glad you did. Shelby and Jessica are brigh…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 68 of Sing! Dance! Act! Thrive! I wanted to start this episode with some gratitude. I’ve been creating this podcast for over 2 years and it is nearing 8,000 downloads. That may not be a lot in comparison to many others out there but I’m always coaching artists about how slow and steady growth is longer-lasting growth. I…
 
In a recent interview, Broadway luminary Casey Nicholaw stated “I’m just a bouncy chorus kid.” And while it’s true that he performed in eight Broadway shows over 11 years, he’s also launched a second, rather successful, career as a director and choreographer. So it got me thinking, what is it about a bouncy chorus kid that made him into such a prol…
 
As entrepreneurs, we all know that at least 50% of the emails sent to our list won’t get opened. And we also know how important it is to communicate with our customers off of social media. So, how do we get that one golden email address from our customers that will, ultimately, result in a much higher open rate? Today, on this Quick Tip Tuesday, Ch…
 
Everyone’s favorite drama teacher, (thank you, High School Musical, The Musical, The Series), Kate Reinders, joins us this week to share her rather unexpected motherhood journey, how she cares for her mental health and what it's like to be the 'mom' of East High School. As a young performer on Broadway, therapy was always an integral part of her li…
 
Today, Brock talks with Laura Bitoiu (founder of B Squared Social) about all things Instagram Reels. Most specifically, how she reluctantly started posting Reels and — to her surprise — not only saw amazing growth with followers but in her business, too! This episode is filled with great actionable tips! Join the Insta Club Hub to go deep in learni…
 
Kicking off Mental Health Awareness Month, we have Carey Anderson, an actress, known for MAMMA MIA & AVENUE Q, turned psychotherapist. Knowing firsthand the intense anxiety and self doubt that are inherent parts of our industry, she created the #MindfulArtistSeries, giving people tangible tools to move through these emotions and help them break out…
 
Host Christine Shepard leads a roundtable discussion of the return of Broadway with Ixchel Cuellar, Sara Edwards, Cody Renard Richard. They discussed what they want to the new Broadway to look like and how that can be achieved. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy The Ensemblist
 
On today’s Quick Tip Tuesday, Dean Graziosi shares a powerful 3-step exercise that’ll help you gain more clarity in what you want for your future. This episode purposely released a day early so that you may take full advantage of an amazing opportunity — starting Tuesday, May 11th! Join Chalene, Dean and Tony Robbins and other amazing thought leade…
 
Kelli Erdmann and Freeman Butler quite simply bring joy, light, and creativity to the world. And we were overjoyed to be able to interview them on this week’s podcast! You may know Kelli and Freeman from their amazing TikTok and Instagram videos (tiktok: happykelli and instagram @kelladactyl) featuring Kelly’s amazing dance moves and Freeman’s expe…
 
Most entrepreneurs know the name, Dean Graziosi. But if you don’t, you definitely know his face from countless late-night infomercials. Today, both Chalene and Brock have the honor of interviewing him. Dean is a multiple New York Times best-selling author, entrepreneur, and investor. He has started — or played a major role — in over 14 successful c…
 
Princess Anna and Mental Health Warrior, Patti Murin, joins us to share what it’s like to be pregnant during COVID-19. From Cadbury egg cravings to enduring 5 weeks of what was presumably the virus, growing a human in quarantine has definitely been a challenge, but her “one day at a time” mentality has helped her cope in ways she never anticipated.…
 
Ashley Park's portrayal of the hilarious but lovable Gretchen Wieners in Mean Girls earned Park nominations for seven separate theatre awards last season. But as I found out when I sat down to speak with her, those are qualities that she also portrayed in her first Broadway outing five years earlier, is an ensemble member in Mamma Mia! during the s…
 
Because Chalene has worked with all types of entrepreneurs — at all levels of experience — she came to realize (early on in her entrepreneurial journey) that the most successful ones shared one common denominator. And that is, at some point on their path to success, they hired a business or accountability coach. So today, Chalene walks you through …
 
Karla Garcia booked her broadway debut while still a student at NYU and has continued to channel her incredible talents not just towards an impressive performing career, but also as a breakout choreographer herself. Most recently performing as a swing in Hamilton on Broadway, she’s also choreographing a brand new musical, Other World, slated for it…
 
So where do we go from here? When host Mo Brady started this mini-series eight episodes ago, he was positive that there was a way to recognize theatre ensembles. He was so sure of it that he figured the best and most equitable way to do so was to ask the Tony Awards to add a new competitive category for Best Ensemble. At the time, he assumed that r…
 
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