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Best Christopher Sweeney podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Christopher Sweeney podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Alan Cumming and Christopher Sweeney talk to inspirational people over tea and biscuits. Each week they'll bring you intelligent, informative and fun conversations that represent the interests of LGBTQ+ people around the world. New episodes every Thursday. Subscribe now so you don't miss a thing.
 
Bullseye from NPR is your curated guide to culture. Jesse Thorn hosts in-depth interviews with brilliant creators, culture picks from our favorite critics and irreverent original comedy. Bullseye has been featured in Time, The New York Times, GQ and McSweeney's, which called it "the kind of show people listen to in a more perfect world." (Formerly known as The Sound of Young America.)
 
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Straight outta Toronto and the Off2Broadway podcast, it’s Tara Stanton taking us back to Oz not once, not twice, but SEVEN TIMES! Topics Include: Hamilton, projections, the magic, the joy, the love, and living a 2-show life. Featured Recordings: Wicked - Original Broadway Cast Recording (2003) MERCH! T-shirts! Totes bags! BASEBALL SHIRTS! ETCETERA!…
 
This week, we're re-listening to Jesse's interview with the great Amy Sherman Palladino. She's the creator of the hit television show "The Gilmore Girls" as well as the critically-acclaimed series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel." Her signature writing style is beautifully verbose with characters often expressing themselves with clever "blink and you'll…
 
Maximum Fun's Carrie Poppy (Oh No, Ross and Carrie!) interviews comic actor and writer Julia Sweeney! You probably saw Julia's work on Saturday Night Live in the early '90s alongside Chris Rock, Dana Carvey, and Chris Farley. These days, you can see her on Showtime's Work in Progress. In it, she plays a fictionalized version of herself who has to a…
 
How did the Spice Girls get Alan in trouble? What did Julia Roberts do that made everyone crazy? What totally inappropriate clothing did Alan wear to a Film premiere? Plus Alexa interrupts, we reflect on Patti Smith and read your messages and feedback. Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode. 📍H O M O S A P I E N S P O D C A S T is Hosted…
 
Five-time Tony Award-nominee Douglas Carter Beane brings us an overlooked Rodgers & Hart classic. Topics Include: putting on shows in barns, woke for 1939, a more talented but more annoying version of Shirley Temple, aircraft on stage pre-Miss Saigon, and how Hollywood turned Lorenz Hart from gay to short for the biopic. Featured Recordings: Babes …
 
Today's guest is a revered film director: Kelly Reichardt! Kelly's new film, First Cow, is the story of a loner cook who befriends a Chinese immigrant while traveling across 1820's Oregon and the cow whose milk they hatch a plan to steal. Kelly joins us to talk about how a Floridian ended up making films about the Pacific Northwest, why she's not r…
 
Thinking about becoming a patron of The Original Cast but don't know if it's worth it? Well, check out this sample of The Original Cast at the Movies which you get on the 27th of every month with your patronage as Patrick, Robbie Rozelle, and Robert W. Schneider talk about the Village People's 1980 musical biopic(?) Can't Stop the Music. http://www…
 
FANTI podcast hosts Jarrett Hill and Tre'vell Anderson are taking over Bullseye this week! Next up, Tre'vell's interview with Katori Hall. She's an award-winning playwright. Her most acclaimed work is perhaps The Mountaintop. It imagines Martin Luther King's last night on earth at the Lorraine Motel. These days, she's the creator and showrunner of …
 
Three-time Tony-nominee Rebecca Luker is here for a walk through her career and the show Sheldon Harnick calls our “greatest American opera.” Topics Include: getting an agent out of town, auditioning for Hal Prince, balancing your work and your life, and of course we talk about The Secret Garden and I play “How Could I Ever Know” are you kidding? W…
 
FANTI Podcast hosts Jarrett Hill and Tre'vell Anderson are taking over Bullseye this week! First up, we have Jarrett's interview with Norm Lewis. The Broadway veteran and Tony-award winning actor has appeared in hit shows like Scandal and was the first African American actor to step into the lead role in The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. He app…
 
Odds are, you know actor Sarah Snook from her role on HBO's Succession – one of the most acclaimed TV dramas in the last decade. She plays Siobhan Roy, but to her friends and family, it's just "Shiv." She is the youngest child and the only daughter in an ultra-wealthy family. The patriarch, Logan Roy, is the head of a large media conglomerate, Ways…
 
SO much to catch up on this week! Who did Kylie Minogue take to court? Why is Chris waiting for an explosion? And the juice mystery is finally solved. Plus a wonderful and heartwarming letter from Texas. Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode. 📍H O M O S A P I E N S P O D C A S T is Hosted By: Alan Cumming and Chris Sweeney 📍NEW EPISODE …
 
Tony-winning choreographer Christopher Gattelli (Newsies, SpongeBob SquarePants, Altar Boyz, The King and I, High Fidelity, et al.) brings our third dive into a show that you either love deeply or have no strong opinion on either way. Topics Include: harrowing at the start, Pouncival, hidden ᗅᗺᗷᗅ references, and what Channing Tatum did not sign up …
 
Actor-comedian extraordinaire Matt Berry is our guest this week! Matt currently stars on the FX series What We Do in the Shadows, a show about a group of vampires living in current-day Staten Island. Matt joins us to talk about playing a vampire, where he got the inspiration for his Toast of London character, and how writing songs from the perspect…
 
A few years back Munroe Bergdorf was a model for L’Oreal who chose to speak out about systemic racism. She was promptly removed from the campaign. Cut to Black Lives Matter protests a few years later and it seems the world may be starting to catch up with her. She’s here to tell us her amazing story that has an incredible twist and to talk to us ab…
 
Trash Talk got their start playing DIY venues in Northern California more than a decade ago. They've since gone on to play their energetic, cutting version of hardcore punk in front of crowds at music festivals like Coachella and Camp Flog Gnaw. The music they play is fast. It's loud. Very aggressive. Think along the lines of Black Flag or Suicidal…
 
Children’s TV host Carly Ciarrocchi is here for a wonderful conversation about how one show can set your whole world in motion. Topics Include: discount Disney DJ for bar mitzvahs, working together, finding what you’re good at, live children’s TV, and getting rejected in a letter you sent yourself. Featured Recordings: Godspell - A Musical Based on…
 
Rose Bryne chooses interesting characters. She was nominated for both an Emmy and a Golden Globe for her portrayal of "Ellen Parsons"— a ruthless lawyer on the critically-acclaimed law drama "Damages." There's also her role as Helen Harris III in 2011's ensemble comedy Bridesmaids. This year, you can catch her in the political comedy "Irresistible.…
 
Today we're replaying our conversation with the great Mary Randolph Carter. "Carter," as she's known, is the best-selling author of several books on the subject of "junk." Her latest is called "The Joy of Junk: Go Right Ahead, Fall In Love With The Wackiest Things, Find The Worth In The Worthless, Rescue & Recycle The Curious Objects That Give Life…
 
Happy Pride Month! This week we react to a scathing review, find out if Alan has joined the Freemasons, debate vegan Birkenstocks and discover how Alan made Barack Obama chuckle. Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode. 📍H O M O S A P I E N S P O D C A S T is Hosted By: Alan Cumming and Chris Sweeney 📍NEW EPISODE Every Thursday 📍Come play…
 
Actor/performer/writer Tori Bouton is here for the last year’s Tony Award-winner for Best Musical. Topics Include: Amber Gray, tragic endings, Amber Gray, why we sing this song, Amber Gray, Andre DeShields, and Amber Gray. Featured Recordings: Hadestown - Original Broadway Cast Recording (2019) • Hadestown - Live Original Cast Album (2017) MERCH! T…
 
Best friend of the show Robbie Rozelle has a new live album out called Songs from Inside My Locker and you should buy it and here’s why . . . Listen to Songs from Inside My Locker now! Taking Care - An Emergency Fund for the Washington Theatre Community MUSIC: “In Hell’s Kitchen” performed by Robbie Rozelle from his new album Songs from Inside My L…
 
We'll revisit our conversation with the one and only Lin-Manuel Miranda! He's probably best known as the star and creator of the biggest musical in the last 20 years – Hamilton. The award-winning, massively influential musical about the founding father Alexander Hamilton. You'll be able to watch a film version of Hamilton on Disney Plus starting Ju…
 
Gene Luen Yang has written a lot of critically acclaimed graphic novels: American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints, The Shadow Hero, and the graphic novel series Secret Coders. Four years ago, he won a MacArthur "genius" grant. He also works at DC Comics, home to Superman, among others. He's got two new books out now. Superman Smashes the Klan pits Am…
 
The Icon that is Justin Vivian Bond is our guest this week. 🌈 Viv is a true icon - inventor of the gender-neutral ‘Mx’ title that is now officially accepted in the UK, one half of incredible cabaret duo Kiki And Herb, and a wise head on some very glamorous shoulders. You’re gonna love our chat. Plus Chris and Alan give some advice to a shy drag que…
 
Actor/music director/podcaster Kevin David Thomas is here for a musical that takes you there and back. On a bus. Topics Include: Jekyll & Hyde, Lauren Ward over Sutton Foster, M&M’s, why we do what we do, and Kevin & Patrick try to get Jeanine Tesori on their respective podcasts through fawning and begging. Featured Recordings: Violet - A New Music…
 
Guest host Jordan Morris chats with actor, director Rob McElhenney about his career. Rob's the creator and star of what will soon be the longest running American sitcom of all time— It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. It's a show about five friends who are just about the most terrible people you've ever met and their weekly antics as they run a bar …
 
This week we hear about a digital clear out gone wrong, give away a t-shirt and Alan makes a solemn promise. Plus we applaud Daniel Radcliffe, go down a Robin Williams wormhole and offer some advice. Did we miss anything? @14poems on instagram Club Cummings Community Chest https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co Homo Sapiens T-Shirts Be sure to subscrib…
 
At Home with Rebecca Luker TONIGHT 8:00pm Eastern Hosted by Tony-winner Santino Fontana and featuring an interview with Rebecca Luker by Katie Couric. https://fundraise.projectals.org/campaign/at-home-with-rebecca-luker/c287372 All proceeds benefit Prosetin, the first-ever ALS drug candidate developed using cells from ALS patients. MUSIC: “Come to …
 
Writer/performer/amazing human Amy Oestreicher comes to us with us to complete the Falsettos trilogy (by going back to Part 1). Topics Include: Bill Finn calling on the phone, convincing teachers to let you do your own version of the assignment, tap dancing so hard you need surgery, and another in what is booming a series of scrapbooks! Featured Re…
 
We're joined by guest host Linda Holmes for a very special interview with Giancarlo Esposito. Giancarlo plays Gus Fring, the brilliant villain on Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. He also played Buggin' Out in Do The Right Thing, Spike Lee's masterpiece. Esposito talks us about the complexity of his characters, his time on The Electric Company and…
 
Director/podcaster Robert W. Schneider is here for a musical whose legacy may be unfairly besmirched by an infamous Tony speech. Topics Include: George Hearn, staging the overture, cutting the entr’acte, and maybe revoking Rob’s gay card live on the air! Featured Recording: La Cage Aux Folles - Original Cast Recording (1983) MERCH! T-shirts! Totes …
 
This week, we're taking a look back at our interview with multi-talented performer Daveed Diggs. He's an actor of stage and screen appearing in projects including Zootopia and Black-ish. In 2018, he co-wrote, produced and starred in Blindspotting alongside his lifelong friend Rafael Casal. He's also the lead vocalist for hip hop group Clipping. His…
 
The Craziest Day of My Entire Career is a segment that gives us the chance to talk with some of our favorite people about some truly unbelievable stories. This time around, we're joined by actor Doug Jones. He often portrays non-human creatures with the help of visual effects, prosthetics and heavy make-up. You've seen him in The Shape of Water as …
 
It's a sombre week this week at HS Towers. We reflect on the weeks events, share some important educational content and talk about how we can do better not just now but in the long term. We also celebrate Pride Month, read your emails, and dive down a wormhole https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode. 📍H …
 
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