Glee stars Kevin McHale and Jenna Ushkowitz join Rory to talk about the show that launched their careers, Jenna's love of the theater and possibly forcing Kevin to do Broadway, the blossoming of their friendship, and, of course, their new podcast!
Actress Cynthia Erivo joins Rory for a special interview from Atlanta where she talks about her brand new serialized podcast "Carrier", her growing film and TV resume, her feelings when she first came to Broadway, and whether or not she's planning a return!
Will Roland joins Rory in New York to talk about his new show, "Be More Chill" and the reception its received. Plus, they talking about how being a native New Yorker influences his work, his Broadway history, and working on "Dear Evan Hansen."
Broadway and West End veteran Gavin Creel joins Rory to talk about the career journey and different perspectives you have with each age milestone, teaching, the challenge acting in film/tv versus on the stage, his many Tony noms, and seeing yourself within your characters.
Kerry Butler, currently starring in Beetlejuice on Broadway, sits down with Rory to talk about the show, her big break in Hairspray, and her very successful Broadway career. Plus, working with students and teaching the patience to have on the way to succeeding.
Actor Alan Tudyk sits down with Rory to talk about his new show, "Mysterious Circumstances", now running at the Geffen. Learn his background in the theater, his journey to New York, his voice acting career, the surprise of landing a role in "Spamalot!", and his web-series "Con Man." Plus, hear his HUGE Firefly prediction!
Actress, writer, and show-runner Jamie Denbo joins Rory to talk about her new show, "American Princess" currently airing now on Lifetime on Sundays at 10/9c. Plus, learn how her own personal history with Renaissance Fairs influenced the authenticity of the show!
Actor Will Chase talks to Rory about his role in "Kiss Me Kate" opposite Kelli O'Hara. Plus, how he got his start and his extensive Broadway career and returning to the stage after a successful career in front of the camera.
Two time Tony nominated actor Brandon Uranowitz talks with Rory, from New York, about the revival of "Burn This" he's currently starring in on Broadway, working with Keri Russell and Adam Driver, the lightning in a bottle of "Falsettos", the differences playing a gay character in 2019 vs 1987, and dealing with rejection.