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Named one of 2014's Top 20 Podcasts for Theatre Lovers by BroadwayWorld.com, "Something New" is award-winning writer Joel B. New’s chance to host the savviest professionals in the theatre industry, hear their stories, premiere brand new original songs, and get to the heart of what makes them the working, multifaceted artists they have come to be.
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Each week leading up to the October 6th concert premiere of Monkey Trouble Unleashed! at the Duplex Cabaret Theatre, I'm releasing a brand new episode of Something New: A Musical Theatre Podcast, featuring interviews with the cast and songs from the show. Fun!While you're enjoying this episode, get your tickets to the premiere of Monkey Trouble Unleashed! before we sell out! Do it! Do it, I say!Episode 605: Chatting and Singing with MTU cast member Charles Sanchez (Merce, The Series)!
Each week leading up to the October 6th concert premiere of Monkey Trouble Unleashed! at the Duplex Cabaret Theatre, I'm releasing a brand new episode of Something New: A Musical Theatre Podcast, featuring interviews with the cast and songs from the show. Fun!While you're enjoying this episode, get your tickets to the premiere of Monkey Trouble Unleashed! before we sell out! Do it! Do it, I say!Episode 604: Chatting and Singing with MTU cast member Andrew Cristi (A Christmas Story, The Musical on Broadway)!
Each week leading up to the October 6th concert premiere of Monkey Trouble Unleashed! at the Duplex Cabaret Theatre, I'm releasing a brand new episode of Something New: A Musical Theatre Podcast, featuring interviews with the cast and songs from the show. Fun!While you're enjoying this episode, get your tickets to the premiere of Monkey Trouble Unleashed! before we sell out! Do it! Do it, I say!Episode 603: Chatting and Singing with MTU cast member Leigh Ellen Caudill (IFC's The Onion News Network)!
Each week leading up to the October 6th concert premiere of Monkey Trouble Unleashed! at the Duplex Cabaret Theatre, I'm releasing a brand new episode of Something New: A Musical Theatre Podcast, featuring interviews with the cast and songs from the show. Fun!While you're enjoying this episode, get your tickets to the premiere of Monkey Trouble Unleashed! before we sell out! Do it! Do it, I say!Episode 602: Originally from McAllen, Texas, Ernie Pruneda holds a Bachelors of Music in Musical Theatre from Oklahoma City University. In New York City, he is trained by the world-renowned Brad Calcaterra at The Studio. His ability to flip from unconventional leading man to extreme character actor has allowed him to play a broad range of roles. With a soaring tenor and an articulate rapping talent, he has the ability to tell stories that showcase his huge heart and demonstrate human growth and creativity. With a career spanning from Broadway, National Tours and Regional Theaters all over the U.S. he continues to bring stories to audiences all over the country. For more info, please visit erniepruneda.com.
We're back, dear listeners! (For five episodes. But still!) Each Monday leading up to the October 6th concert premiere of Monkey Trouble Unleashed! at the Duplex Cabaret Theatre, I'm releasing a brand new episode of Something New: A Musical Theatre Podcast, featuring interviews with the cast and songs from the show. Get your tickets to the premiere of Monkey Trouble Unleashed! before we sell out! Do it! Do it, I say!Episode 601: Amy Jo Jackson is an actor/singer/kabarettist and glitter alien based in New York City. The recipient of the 2019 Denovan Fellowship in Cabaret, Amy Jo has sung at many venues in NYC and across the country, most notably Feinstein's/54 Below (where she's performed several solo concerts as well as produced and hosted such events as The Broadway Villains Party and 54 Sings Annie Lennox), Joe's Pub, the Bell House, the Green Room 42, the Knitting Factory, The Duplex, the Slipper Room, Caveat, the Laurie Beechman, Union Hall, the Metropolitan Room, and Boston's Club Café. Selected acting credits include Alison in FUN HOME (SpeakEasy Stage - IRNE nom), Ursula in THE LITTLE MERMAID (Arkansas Rep), Almira Gulch/The Wicked Witch of the West in THE WIZARD OF OZ (Syracuse Stage), and multiple shows with Exit, Pursued by a Bear. Visit amyjojackson.com for additional information.
Hello, dear listeners! This Labor Day, “Something New” returns for a limited five-week engagement! Featuring interviews and performances by the cast and creative team of my brand new musical comedy, MONKEY TROUBLE UNLEASHED! All leading up to a world premiere concert on October 6th at the Duplex! Don’t monkey around and miss out! Get your tickets now!
The musical theatre podcast Something New premiered on January 14th, 2013. To commemorate the five-year anniversary, producer and host Joel B. New has released highlights from the series finale, which took place in concert on September 30th, 2017 at the Duplex in New York City. Ticket sales supported the Dramatists Guild Foundation.The performer lineup consisted entirely of previous guests from the show, spanning all five seasons: Bill Coyne, Liz Asti, Jen Waldman, Liz Ulmer, Nikka Graff Lanzarone, Robbie Rozelle, Joshua Hinck, Kate Steinberg, Lauren Ruff, Ryan Bauer Walsh, Dan Radzikowski, Michael Kushner, and Gay Marshall. Featuring Daniel Kim on guitar, Jess Winderweedle on percussion, and Mr. New on piano and ukulele.
In anticipation of the #SomethingNewFinale, Joel hopped on the phone with Tessa Raden, Program Manager for the Dramatists Guild Foundation (www.dgf.org). "Something New" will conclude its fifth and final season live onstage at the Duplex on Saturday 9/30/17 at 6:30PM, with 100% of ticket sales going to support the DGF.
JBN sits down with actress/coach/producer Leslie Henstock to talk about her popular concert series, "People You May Know", now in its fourth rendition (http://peopleyoumayknowcabaret.com). Song Premiere: "You Know Where to Find Me!" from MACKENZIE & THE MISSING BOY (music and lyrics by Joel B. New, book by Cara Winter). Recording date: 1/20/13.
JBN sits down with Billy Bustamante, who is thriving in the fields of acting, choreography, photography, and directing. (www.billybphotography.com) Song Premiere: "Something Needs to Happen" from Joel's short-length musical, RSVP, which is having its world premiere in Spring 2013.
JBN sits down with friend, budding songwriter, and fellow OCU alum Jennifer Sanchez, currently understudying in "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" on Broadway. (jensanchez.weebly.com) Song Premiere: "What's A God to Do?" from Joel's album musical, TO HELL AND BACK.
Episode 101 - Liz Asti

Episode 101 - Liz Asti

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Joel B. New sits down with Liz Asti, founder of Let's Start At the Very Beginning, an amazing music theory educational series for adults. (www.letsstartwithlizasti.com) Song Premiere: "Limited" (music by Joel B. New, poem by Carl Sandburg).
A Special Announcement

A Special Announcement

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Every season, I celebrate all the guests and all the songs in the form of a live concert. And Season Five will be no exception! On September 30th at 6:30pm, please join me and performers from all five seasons at the Duplex! We’ll definitely laugh, we’ll possibly cry, and, most important, we’ll sing. A lot.http://www.purplepass.com/new930
JBN sat down with Stanley Martin from Broadway's ALADDIN, whose cabaret "Smoke & Mirrors" is happening on Monday, August 28th at the Metropolitan Room in NYC. For tickets, visit http://metropolitanroom.com/event.cfm?id=256069.Song Premiere: "Handbasket" by Joel B. New (www.joelbnew.com)This episode was recorded live in the Mary Rodgers Room at the Dramatists Guild (www.dramatistsguild.com)
Amy Oestreicher is a PTSD peer-to-peer specialist, artist, author, writer for The Huffington Post, speaker for TEDx and RAINN, health advocate, award-winning actress, and playwright. As a survivor and “thriver” of multiple traumas, Amy eagerly shares the gifts of life’s “beautiful detours” her educational programming, writing, mixed media art, performance and inspirational speaking. www.amyoes.comSong Premiere: "Hot AF (Acoustic Version)" by Joel B. New. Featuring Mike Pettry on guitar. www.joelbnew.com
JBN sat down with Nadia Quinn, who pretty much does all the things. She's been on Broadway, she's got a thriving photography business, and so much more. Halfway through the interview, we were kicked out of our rehearsal room and so we finished recording in the hallways of Ripley-Grier. You're welcome. Song premiere: "I Play With Words, Not Guns" by Joel B. New. Recorded live on Tuesday, June 20th, 2017. Tickets to see JBN perform on MikeyPod Live on 6/26: http://bit.ly/MPodTix
That's right, y'all. This conversation was so much fun, JBN had no choice but to share more of it with you. Right here, right now. Enjoy and see you at Robbie Rozelle's "Songs From Inside My Locker" at Feinstein's 54 Below on Friday, June 9th at 9:30pm! #SomethingNewPodcast
JBN sat down with performer/writer/director/producer/designer Robbie Rozelle (www.robbierozelle.com) to discuss "Songs From Inside My Locker," his upcoming solo cabaret debut at Feinstein's 54 Below in NYC on Friday, June 9th @ 9:30pm. Visit www.54below.com for tickets! #SomethingNewPodcast
JBN sat down with Michael Kushner, a performer, photographer, makeup artist and Founding Member of Musical Theatre Factory (mtf.nyc). Song Premiere: "Other Plans" from MACKENZIE & THE MISSING BOY. Music and lyrics by Joel B. New (joelbnew.com). michaelkushnerphotography.com, michaelkushneronline.com, @michaelkushnerphotography, @thedressingroomproject. Recorded live on Monday, May 15th, 2017 at the Dramatists Guild in NYC.
In Episode 507 of the Something New podcast, award-winning songwriter Joel B. New sat down with Louisa Proske, Founding Co-Artistic Director of Heartbeat Opera.Now entering its third season, Heartbeat Opera transforms great works of the operatic canon through visionary adaptations, radical arrangements for chamber ensembles, and intimate, visceral productions that put the singers and the instrumentalists at the center of the work. Heartbeat distills opera to its essence, and cultivates new audiences for the art form.Heartbeat Opera's Spring Festival runs May 20-28 at the Baruch Performing Arts Center in New York, featuring two fully produced, premiere adaptations of opera in repertory: Bizet's Carmen (directed by Proske) and Puccini's Madama Butterfly (directed by fellow Founding Co-Artistic Director Ethan Heard). For tickets, visit heartbeatopera.org.For the live song portion of the episode, Joel revisits his musical setting of Edna St. Vincent Millay's poem, "Travel." Performed by Joshua Hinck, Charlie Levy, and Allison Mickelson. Originally aired on the web series "New Works Wednesdays" in March 2015.This interview was recorded live at Pearl Studios in NYC.
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