show episodes
 
Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Van Halen - the definitive guide to all things Van Halen. Join comedy's own Stephen Alan Yorke and Cheap Meat's Ross Drummond as they actually DO talk 'bout everything Van Halen... with a few pointless tangents in between. You'll laugh! You'll cry! Perhaps you'll side with team David Lee Roth or Sammy Hagar. And maybe you'll pick up fashion tips from Gary Cherone and his leather waistcoats!
 
Broadway’s Podcast, “The Fabulous Invalid”, presents essential conversations with a curated roster of the best, most important, and innovative theatre-makers working today. Put on your headphones and join theatre savant Jamie DuMont, writer and critic Rob Russo, and Tony Award nominee Jennifer Simard as they get up-close with the most prominent people in the theatre, from actors, to writers, directors, designers and everyone in between.The podcast takes its name from the title of a 1938 back ...
 
Comedian Rosie Tran interviews a motley crew of her friends, colleagues, and contemporaries in an interview and conversational style podcast that delves into various topics from comedy to the nature of the human spirit. Please listen, like, subscribe, comment, share, and donate to the podcast! Your donations and support keep the podcast going! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/out-of-the-box-podcast/support
 
Loading …
show series
 
For their first series bonus episode, Jamie and Rob return to the mic to celebrate the life of the singular, legendary musical theatre composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim (1930-2021). Together, they share their personal reflections on Sondheim’s remarkable body of work, offer some favorites, and consider the legacy he leaves behind. As Sondheim …
 
Comedian Rosie Tran (@FunnyRosie) interviews Valencia Foster of Free Mom Hugs Southern California Chapter (@FreeMomHugs), an LGBTQ Advocacy Group that spread love in the community through hugs. Free Mom Hugs focuses on education, outreach, and community. #FreeMomHugs #LGBTQ #Hugs #Mom Rosie Tran Socials: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Fre…
 
Comedian Rosie Tran (@FunnyRosie) interviews Improv teacher and mindfulness expert (@ChisTrew) about blending comedy and mindfulness to be more present and curious in your everyday life! Chris brings his unique twist on Improv to students and corporate trainings, showing everything one that being in the Present is one of the best tools to improve y…
 
It was probably the legendary Freddie Mercury who put it best... "One man. One goal. One mission. One global lockdown. One replica guitar. One work station. One spray can. ONE VISION." Er, it went something like that anyway…. The point is, without knowing it, Lord Mercury coincidentally and unwittingly predicted the future project of Mr. Steve Reek…
 
Comedian Rosie Tran (@FunnyRosie) interviews holistic pet chef, Sammy Larsen (@ChowtimeSammyL) about how she started her online show! Sammy started making natural and whole foods meals to help her special needs dog, and learned that it's all about nutrition and real food to give pets a longer, happier life! Great episode for any pet owner who wants…
 
On this week’s 100th and final regular episode of the series, Jamie and Rob cap off their season-long theme of “our favorite things” by recounting and celebrating some of the great performances by great performers that they’ve been fortunate enough to see over a lifetime of theatergoing. Joining them in sharing their personal remembrances for this …
 
SUMMON THE DEVILS! AWAKEN THE DEMONS! DILUTE THE SPIRITS! WE ARE BACK! So after reading a random article about wild bears and the benefits of annual hibernation, Steve and Ross return from a refreshingly deep January to August sleep (off-grid in a bunk bed in the woods) to bring you a brand new episode of ATBVH! And as a special reward for waiting …
 
On this week’s penultimate episode, Jamie and Rob are joined by stage and screen legend Sheryl Lee Ralph for their final regular interview of the series. Together, they talk about Sheryl’s remarkable career, from star turns on Broadway in “Dreamgirls”, “Thoroughly Modern Millie”, and “Wicked”; to her advocacy efforts combatting HIV/AIDS stigma; and…
 
With help from listeners and LOST co-creator Damon Lindelof, we dig deep into "The Incident," particularly Juliet, Jack, Sawyer, Jacob and Ben. We share a few galaxy-brain takes and pick our Season 5 MVPs and LVPs. The shooting script for "The Incident," courtesy of Damon, is available here: https://www.scribd.com/document/520845528/The-Incident-sc…
 
It's the endgame now: Jack has a purpose, Kate thinks it's a dumb purpose, and Locke is sounding less and less like Locke. We talk about how these three characters have evolved and celebrate Sayid's return. We also share more from our conversation with Jacob actor Mark Pellegrino. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodc…
 
On this week’s episode, Jamie and Rob sit down with their season one and two co-host Jennifer Simard for a reunion conversation. Together, they talk about Jennifer’s pandemic experience as a working actor, her remarkable career on stage, her mentors, and her excitement about getting back on Broadway in “Company” this fall. At the top, Jamie and Rob…
 
We spend the bulk of this episode meditating on the nature of time, free will, and the difference between prescribed outcomes and choices that were always made. It's pretty in the weeds, but we think Daniel Faraday would have appreciated it. Special guest Mark Pellegrino joins us to talk about playing Jacob. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and …
 
The show gets surreal as Hurley tries to rewrite "Star Wars" and Miles communes with the dead while his parents raise his baby self nearby. We absolutely love it, and we sympathize with how Miles is feeling about his dad. Plus we keep talking with Patrick Fischler, aka Phil, who tells us how LOST changed his life. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcas…
 
On this special bonus episode, Jamie and Rob return to the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival in Garrison, New York to check back in with Artistic Director Davis McCallum. Together, they discuss what it has been like producing theatre during a global pandemic, the shows they have playing this summer, and some exciting future plans for the company. …
 
We love this episode. The Ben Linus/John Locke relationship reaches new and intriguing heights as Ben tries to parse who this new person is. The Ben Linus/Charles Widmore relationship gets a little more color, though neither man comes out looking great. And our special guest this week is Patrick Fischler, who played the Dharma Initiative's loveable…
 
This week we've got a deep dive into Kate's psyche (and Jack's, and Juliet's, and Sawyer's). Why did she give up Aaron, and should she have done it three years ago? Was she ever truly comfortable with "The Lie"? Plus we interview director Bobby Roth, who tells us about working with Evangeline Lilly and Matthew Fox. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodca…
 
After being dragged back to the Island against his will, Sayid continues down a dark path. Juliet recognizes that her life in Dharma Initiative is coming to an end and Sawyer begins to do the same. It's all very sad. Luckily, actor Eric Lange joins us for a very fun interview segment to talk about bringing Stuart Radzinsky to life. Find us on Twitt…
 
Sawyer continues impressing the hell out of us, saving people left and right and (maybe?) showing stronger leadership skills than Jack ever did. Plus we get our first glimpses of Radzinsky (what a jerk!) and Young Ben (super creepy). And Mark Goldman tells us more about directing "LaFleur" and editing all six seasons of LOST. Find us on Twitter @Th…
 
Sawyer convinces the Dharma Initiative to take his group in, confronts Richard, falls in love with Juliet, and continues to search for John Locke and the Oceanic Six. Mark Goldman, who directed this episode, takes us behind the scenes for all of it. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us your hot take at +…
 
On this week’s episode, Jamie and Rob chat with Rob Laqui and Sammy Lopez, two founding members of The Industry Standard Group (TISG), a new multicultural commercial investment and producing organization aiming to make theatre accessible, inclusive, and more equitable. With a unique focus on addressing current disparities in the commercial producin…
 
In Jeremy Bentham's short life, he did a lot: Saw Charles Widmore and Walt, talked about fate and free will with Matthew Abbadon, had several terse conversations with Oceanic 6 survivors, and ultimately — in one of the show's most difficult-to-watch scenes — was killed. We'll discuss all of it, then hear more from Jeff Fahey, who played Frank Lapid…
 
What were Christian's shoes really about? What happened when Jack finally read Locke's note? And what about all the other people on Ajira Airways Flight 316?? There's simply too much to talk about this week, but we do our best. Also, Jeff Fahey joins us to talk about playing Frank Lapidus, the laid-back pilot who ultimately returns the survivors to…
 
The mystery of the French science team, the death of Charlotte, the tragedy of Sun and Jin's search for one another, and the sacrifice of John Locke — this episode really has it all, and we'll discuss all of it. Then Fionnula Flanagan joins us to talk about Eloise Hawking, the person who knows both the past and the future. Find us on Twitter @TheHa…
 
The big question this week: Why does Kate decide to raise Aaron, and claim that he is her child? Meanwhile, on island, we appreciate Sawyer opening up to Juliet and Locke reaching a more mature understanding of his destiny. Plus the rest of our conversation with prop master Rob Kyker, who tells us about creating Claire's creepy fake baby and attend…
 
On this week’s episode, Jamie and Rob chat with 12-time Tony Award-winning producer and theatre owner Daryl Roth, who holds the singular distinction of producing 7 Pulitzer Prize winning plays. Together, they discuss Daryl’s latest project, the socially distanced light and sound experience “Blindness”—which is currently running at her theatre on Un…
 
We're psyched for a Desmond episode, although we've got questions about his decision to go visit Charles Widmore — and about Daniel Faraday's decision not to tell Charlotte what's happening to her. We also interview prop master Rob Kyker, who tells us about creating the DHARMA vans and beer cans, his emergency glassblower and spray-panting bunny ra…
 
Did the Oceanic Six have to lie? What happened because of it? We dig into Hurley's experience and questions of fate and free will in the second episode of this season. We also have more from Damon Lindelof, one of the creators of the show, in our interview. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/thehatchpodcast. Leave us your hot t…
 
We're thrilled to start Season 5 with "Because You Left." We talk through the opening scenes, the Man in Black's already-apparent manipulations, Charles Widmore's brief appearance as a classic movie villain, and much more. In the interview segment, Damon Lindelof returns to The Hatch to talk about time travel. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast an…
 
On this week’s episode, Jamie and Rob chat with Broadway actor and activist Raymond J. Lee. Together, they discuss Ray’s career, his deep love for Disney, the challenges of being a parent during a pandemic, and the importance of representation on stage. From “Mamma Mia!” to “Aladdin”, “Groundhog Day”, “Soft Power”, and Britney Spears ... Ray’s got …
 
Comedian Rosie Tran (@FunnyRosie) interviews Psychologist and Author, Davina Kotulski (@drkotulski) about her new book "The Manna Paradigm Shift". Dr. Kotulski describes Manna as an abundant energy from the Universe, and coaches clients on how to access the divine energy within them through being authentic to who they really are, mediation, and thi…
 
This week, Jamie and Rob continue exploring the mission of the podcast by speaking with sound designer Jessica Paz. Together, they discuss this newest, most mysterious, and oft-overlooked and under-appreciated field of stagecraft, diving into the challenges and secrets of Jessica’s Tony Award-winning work on “Hadestown”. What do Scuba diving, racco…
 
This week, Jamie and Rob round out the mission of the podcast by speaking with Broadway musician, music director, music supervisor, conductor, composer, and orchestrator Charlie Rosen. Together, they chat about Charlie’s life and career in the music world, from his Broadway debut at age 18 to his Tony Award-nominated orchestrations for “Moulin Roug…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login