The Box Office Preview Ep #2 - "Us"

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On the second ever Box Office Preview Pod, Greg concern trolls Ken (00:00-01:53), then they discuss writer/director Jordan Peele's follow-up to Get Out, Us (01:54-14:53), before getting into box office predictions (14:54-20:09).

(The Intro and Outro song is "Echoplex" by Nine Inch Nails)

You can also listen to this podcast on Spotify and iTunes by searching "The OnStage Blog Network."

Desperately Seeking Entertainment Ep #3 - The Downfall of Arrested Development, The State of Jazz and Billions is back!

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This week Ben and Chris cover topics such as how the legacy of "Arrested Development" has been ruined by the unfunny seasons on Netflix, the state of Jazz and its appreciation and how pumped they are that "Billions" is back!

You can also listen to this podcast on Spotify and iTunes by searching "The OnStage Blog Network".

Movie Musical Shakedown Ep #18 - "Damn Yankees"

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Just in time for the start of the baseball season, we're doing 1958's "Damn Yankees". As a Red Sox fan myself, I love this title. 

Nicole and I talk about everything from Gwen Verdon's brilliance, seeing Bob Fosse dance to the incomparable, Ray Walston. 

You can also find this podcast on Spotify and iTunes by searching "The OnStage Blog Network."

Nobodies in New York - Ep #16- “Joey the Turtle”

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Even though Tim is, once again, lost in the big city of Sacramento, the boys are back for more frolic and fun. Producer Alex Ringler tells all about mishaps with his childhood pet turtle, the brothers interview ballet dancer and professional photographer, Andrew Fassbender about transitioning from the Ballet World to... ya know... real life... and the NINY team has a sentimental moment or two about how hard the New York audition season can be.

You can also look forward to a junk food inspired "Fatty Fatty No Friends" and a vomit inspired "New York is a Great Big Pile of Stink". Buckle up!

You can also listen to this podcast on Spotify and iTunes by searching “The OnStage Blog Network”

Desperately Seeking Entertainment Ep #2 - "Clerks", Music & More

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This week Ben and I talk about everything from "Clerks" to Music to "Captain Marvel." With some Brooklyn 99 to start us off. 

Also, major Captain Marvel spoilers in this one. To avoid, skip from mark 22:25 to 32:25

You can find these podcasts on Spotify and iTunes by searching "The OnStage Blog Network". 

Movie Musical Shakedown Ep #17 - "1776"

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This week we're shaking down one of my all-time favorite movie musicals, 1972's "1776". 

My guest co-host, Greg Ehrhardt, and I will be talking about its outstanding cast to its historical inaccuracies. But the fact that we're living in such political turbulent times, what better moment than to go back and remember how this country was founded. 

You can also listen to this podcast on Spotify and iTunes by searching "The OnStage Blog Network."

Nobodies in New York - Ep 15- “Do You Wanna Come?”

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After a tough TOUGH week, the Brothers Stew are back! Katie Huff- Yazbeck talks about working on the other side of the table as an assistant choreographer and being a mommy in the business.

The brothers have one last bizarre food combo at intermission before Tim leaves for Sacramento and bring back "Fatty Fatty No Friends". Be sure to buckle up for a loaded and unexpectedly crass "Let's Talk About Broadway".

The Box Office Preview Ep #1 - Captain Marvel

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On the newest pod from the OnStage Blog Network, Greg and Ken look at the upcoming weekend box office with a preview of Captain Marvel.

(The Intro and Outro song is “Echoplex” by Nine Inch Nails)

You can also listen to this podcast on Spotify and iTunes by searching "The OnStage Blog Network."

It's a Theatre Thing Ep# 2 - Theatre Etiquette Pet Peeves

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On this episode of It's a Theater Thing, Tracy and Erin discuss theater etiquette and their biggest pet peeves.

Also, they ponder how to eliminate poor audience behavior. Finally, they end with their Beyond the Boards picks that include Marie in Seattle and Idina Menzel at The Kennedy Center Gala.

You can also find this podcast on Spotify and iTunes by searching "The OnStage Blog Network".

Desperately Seeking Entertainment Ep #1 - The Oscars, 'Leaving Neverland'

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I'm very excited to bring you a new podcast to the OSB Network, "Desperately Seeking Entertainment"! My co-host, Ben Frawley, and I break down entertainment stories of the week, talk about upcoming films to look out for and give our picks for our weekly "Let's Go Youtube-in".

This week's episode we discuss everything from the Oscars to the 'Leaving Neverland' Documentary to the To Kill a Mockingbird controversy. Enjoy! 

You can also listen to this podcast on Spotify and iTunes by searching "The OnStage Blog Network".

Movie Musical Shakedown Ep #16 - "How to Succeed in Business..."

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This week we're shaking down a movie that's hard to watch in any lens, let alone 2019, 1967's "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying". 

We're going to discuss everything from whether or not this movie satirizes or makes light of sexual harassment, Bob Fosse coming to save the movie's choreography and Robert Morse's weird need to nuzzle his co-stars.

You can also listen to this podcast on Spotify and iTunes by searching "The OnStage Blog Network".

Nobodies in New York Rewind: Ep. 1 - "Rough Draft!"

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From cockroaches to sushi and everything in between, ] the Brothers Stew (Tim and Alex Stewart) discuss life and trials in the Big Apple as well as other ramblings including an interview with Aaron Patrick Craven about his time on tour as Johnny Castle in "Dirty Dancing" and Zach in "A Chorus Line".

You can also listen to this podcast on Spotify and iTunes by searching "The OnStage Blog Network".

Movie Musical Shakedown Ep #15 - "Sweeney Todd"

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This week we're tackling 2007's "Sweeney Todd". While Tim Burton perfectly nailed the tone and look for the piece, did the cast live up to Sondheim's amazing score? 

My guest co-host Dr. Alisa Hurwitz, aka Dr. Drama, and I break it all down. 

You can also listen to this podcast on Spotify and iTunes by searching "The OnStage Blog Network".

Nobodies in New York - Episode 14- "Sneaking Corndogs"

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The Brother's Stew interview good friend Deven Anderson with about his "Usual Rejects" podcast and Staged Parody Drinking Game Show as well as bring back "Fatty Fatty No Friends". The Brothers also discuss ridiculous theatre patrons in "Let's Talk About Broadway" and continue with their favorite new game, "Shategories"!

Card Subject to Change Ep. 1 - Elimination Chamber '19

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Welcome, everyone, to Card Subject To Change! This is a wrestling podcast on the OnStage Blog Network...Yes OnStage Blog is doing a wrestling podcast because after all, it's sports-entertainment.

On the inaugural episode of the pod, Chris Peterson, Ken Jones, and Forrest Helvie recap the WWE’s latest PPV, Elimination Chamber (03:14-36:46). Finally, they look at the Road to WrestleMania (36:47- 42:53).

Movie Musical Shakedown Ep. #14 - "Hairspray"

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This week we're looking at the 2007 hit, "Hairspray", which is widely considered as one of the best movie musicals in recent memory. 

I don't know if I'd go that far. But we'll break it all down from John Travolta to asking is Velma actually a good mother? 

(Also please pardon the connection issues, my hotel's wifi wasn't particularly strong)

These podcasts can also be heard on Spotify and iTunes by searching "The OnStage Blog Network". 

The Ripple Effect: 2019 Oscars Preview

The Ripple Effect: 2019 Oscars Preview

The Ripple Effect is preempted by an Oscars Preview Special! Ken, Chris, and Greg discuss the long, strange path to this year’s Oscars (01:42-15:43), handicap the major Oscar categories (15:43-67:57), and then make all of their Oscar picks to determine the “Oscar King” (67:57-84:16). Outtake (84:59-87:49). (The Intro and Outro song is “Discipline” by Nine Inch Nails)

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