Posts tagged Dear Evan Hansen
Episode 34: Dear Evan Hansen: Does Anybody Have A Map?

On this week’s episode, Rob, Jennifer, Jamie, and guest co-host Jo Ann Venezano sit down with Jennifer Laura Thompson and Michael Park, stars of Dear Evan Hansen. Jo Ann, who won an Audience Rewards contest to come on our show, is a “Super Fan” or “Extreme Theatergoer” as The New Yorker characterized her; she has seen Dear Evan Hansen 45 times and Spring Awakening over 500 hundred times. Michael Park (who joins us for our topics section), Jamie, Rob, and Jennifer talk with Jo Ann about her theatergoing habits.  A bit later, we chat with Jennifer Laura Thompson and Michael Park about being with Dear Evan Hansen from the beginning, and what it’s like today in the Murphy household.  And, finally, Rob gives us more information on the Audience Rewards program.

This week’s music: “The Heat Is On” from “Miss Saigon: The Definitive Recording”, and from the Original Cast Recording of Dear Evan Hansen: “Waving Through A Window”, “Anybody Have A Map”, "Requiem”, “To Break In A Glove”, and “Finale”.

Episode 19: Noah Galvin: I Can Cook Too

On this week’s show, we speak with “Dear Evan Hansen” and “The Real O’Neals” star Noah Galvin who is about to appear in MCC’s “Alice by Heart”, a new musical.  Noah discusses beginning his career at the age of ten, working in almost every off-Broadway house in New York City, the differences between TV and theater, his newfound love of baking, and the cuisine of Yotam Ottolenghi. Before all of that, Rob and Jamie discuss the recent passing of Broadway legend Carol Channing.

This week’s music: Carol Channing singing “Ain’t Misbehavin’,” and “So Long Dearie.”  From “You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown” 1999 Revival, “The Kite” and “Bows: Happiness."

Episode 14: Ashley Park: I Can Do That

On this episode, Jamie, Rob, and Jennifer chat with “Mean Girls” very own Gretchen Wieners, Ashley Park.  We talk inclusion, diversity, angel cards, Jennifer and Ashley discuss both playing Tuptim (at different times), how mean the “Mean Girls” really are, and Jamie geeks out on "Tales of the City.”  Rob schools Jamie on The Jimmy Awards and gives us a bit more information on what the top arts colleges are today.

 This week’s music: Ashley Park singing “My Lord And Master” from “The King And I,” “Gossip” from “Sunday in the Park with George,” “What’s Wrong with Mean?” and “Meet the Plastics” both from “Mean Girls.”