A Plea and An Alliance

Those of you who only follow the blog may not be aware that I’m currently doing an Indiegogo. And there’s a giveaway going on for a few more hours!

If you give any amount before midnight tonight (February 20th) you will be entered to win this Laura Osnes/Jeremy Jordan autograph package.


Watch this video for more information about the giveaway.

Then click here to contribute to the campaign. 

52941740_10157262790788120_5091969568071483392_nIn other news, today I became an official member of the Broadway Makers Alliance.The Broadway Makers Alliance is an organization of creatives who’ve taken a passion for Broadway and created high-quality products and services for the Broadway and theatre community. The Broadway Makers Alliance has created an online marketplace for their members to help the theatre-loving consumer find Broadway related products and services in a one-stop shop. They are also dedicated to the development of their “makers”, providing leadership, networking and resources.

I’m really excited to join friends of the podcast Broadway Up Close, Coloring Broadway, Dr. Drama and Laura Heywood, among other great creators who live to Make More Art about Broadway. Hopefully I’ll be able to bring you more makers as guests on the podcast and more giveaways in the future.
All of this does require funding, though, so please, if you can, give $5 to the Indiegogo so I can keep this project going. We’re 94% of the way to the goal, and as soon as I make my goal I’ll start doing free giveaways again.
But NOW is your last chance to get in on the autograph giveaway above.

58: Producer Ashlee Latimer


I interview Producer/Director/Writer Ashlee Latimer about her work on Be More Chill, Once On This Island, and Hadestown, her approach to life, and our mutual love of Darren Criss. I found her inspiring and I think you will too.

Click here to support the Indiegogo. 


57: Be More Chill at the Guggenheim


On Monday, January 21st I went to a Works & Process event at the Guggenheim Museum. The Creatives from Be More Chill were there to discuss the show with Laura Heywood and a medical ethicist. The event was terrific and I was able to interview some fans, members of the panel, and two of the cast members who performed at the event.

Thanks to Works & Process and to my guests: Alex, Max, Diane, Laura Heywood, Will Roland, Joe Iconis, Chase Brock, and George Salazar. Music in this episode is from the Be More Chill Karaoke Contest and my own recording from Elsie Fest 2018. Cover image courtesy of Be More Chill.

Click here to give $5 to my Indiegogo and enter to win Lights of Broadway cards signed by George Salazar and Joe Iconis.

Lights of Broadway Cards

You could win these cards!


Click here for more information on the Frankenshark.

Elsie Cast Shop

56: Sounds from Broadwaycon 2019


Listen to my adventures at Broadwaycon 2019! Featuring one-on-one interviews with fans, excerpts from panels, and George Salazar talking about his experience at Elsie Fest. Plus a song from Laura Osnes!

I know I said I’d post who was on each panel, but Broadwaycon already took down

Help me grow the podcast by contributing to my Indiegogo.

Buy Elsie Cast merch (including the shirt I’m wearing in the photo) at my TeePublic Shop.

Two of my podcast guests. Unfortunately I failed to photograph the third.

Featured Panels:

Spotlight: The Prom

Brooks Ashmanskas, Courtenay Collins, Caitlin Kinnunen, Josh Lamon, Beth Leavel, Bob Martin, Isabelle McCalla, Casey Nicholaw, Michael Potts, Dave Quinn, Angie Schworer, Christopher Sieber, Matthew Sklar

Spotlight: Be More Chill

Will Roland, Jason Tam, Gerard Canonico, Katlyn Carlson, Stephanie Hsu, Lauren Marcus, George Salazar, Jason SweetTooth Williams, Tiffany Mann, Britton Smith, Joe Iconis, Joe Tracz, Chase Brock (Names not listed in program. This is from my memory and a list of the cast. Please correct me if I’ve made any mistakes.)

Out on Broadway

Matt Doyle, Daisy Eagan, Patrick Hinds, Raymond Lee, John Riddle, Brandon Uranowitz, Michael Urie

How Fans Are Changing Broadway

Dori Berinstein, Mark Blankenship, Crystal Chase, George Salazar

George Salazar at How Fans Are Changing Broadway


The Elsie Fest display at the Ann Arbor Tees booth