Husband and wife duo Jaime Lozano and Florencia Cuenca create Mexican musical magic on Broadway en Spanglish. Featuring Mariachi Real De Mexico de Ramon Ponce, the series delivers fresh interpretations of some of musical theater’s most iconic tunes.
Look out folks she's on your TV screens! Artist and activist, Sis, is live and in color with her own show--Living For Sis! Get to know this multifaceted, supernova talent through thoughtful interviews, candid conversations, and electrifying music!
On The InBetween, Broadway's Erika Henningsen interviews women in the industry about the moments in their careers that aren't featured on the highlight reel. On this episode, Erika chats with Tony Nominee, Adrienne Warren.
This is the full, 20 minute, uncut, episode of Game Night—Broadway Pictionary. On this episode, Eden and Kamilah face off in a game of Pictionary and are joined by Julia Murney for a round of rapid fire questions. Fans and stans—this is for you!
In the Broadway Song Association series, Cody Renard Richard challenges some of Broadway's biggest stars to a game of rapid-fire word association with a musical theater twist.
Join Broadway's Riza Takahashi and friends as they dive into candid conversations about the intersection of their artistry and identity while celebrating & examining their experiences as AAPI artists on the new interview series, Authentically You.
In our first episode, Wig Mediums Joel and Julia meet with Richard Jenkins (no relation), and channel the inner song of two fabulous wigs who might mean more to Richard than he realizes…
On Beyond Broadway, Brandon Powers explores the infinite possibilities of performance by combining innovative technology with traditional techniques. Tune in to learn all about how virtual reality can change the way we see and make theater.
On Mick's Picks, Mickey Skinner does a deep dive on some of Musical Theater's hidden gems, and makes listening recommendations with their signature blend of warmth, humor and positivity. Featured shows include Brooklyn, Lizzie and many more!
Sis speaks candidly with some of her dearest friends about identity, resilience and beauty in a celebration of life lived fully on Living For The Next Generation.
Welcome to Sunday Night On Broadway—or S.N.O.B.—a legendary dance party created by DJ Ari Grooves and DJ Duggz, among others, that cultivates a deeper sense of community, particularly for folks of color, working on Broadway.
(S2E1) GATB is a documentary style web-series highlighting popular showtunes in gospel, jazz, and R&B musical stylings. Created by Brandon Michael Nase, GATB seeks to explore and reclaim artistic space in an industry founded on black music.
Get to know Sam, Oliver, Rachel and Sid- The Teen Time Travelers- your favorite new punk band you’ve never heard of in the brand new animated musical. In this episode, our heroes introduce themselves and start to set the tempo!
Michael Urie stops by to tell us all about one of his earliest stage stories. You’ll never hear the overture to Gypsy the same way again!
Master impressionist Christina Bianco channels a variety of stars to bring us some "Leaked" audition videos for Wicked: The Movie. Tune in to this episode to see her take on Lady Gaga, Madonna, Milly Bobby Brown and Britney Spears.
In From My Lips to God's Ears, Rachel John reflects on her upbringing in the church to explore how faith and family helped her discover a divine musical talent. She channels the spirit of worship, and performs songs that map the story of her life.
On the eve of the inauguration, BroadStream, in association with Wherehouse Media, presents: The Broadway Sinfonietta’s newest music video – HERE COMES THE CHANGE: starring Broadway’s SHOBA NARAYAN and honoring VICE PRESIDENT-ELECT KAMALA HARRIS.
Sheldon Henry is on a mission to find New York City's most incredible Black-Owned businesses. In this episode he sits down with Charity Angél Dawson to check out her business, Who Tryna Get A Plate.
Kathleen Jordan, a wannabe working actor who works more than she acts, returns to her high school to direct the spring production of Anton Chekov’s The Three Sisters.
Out of the Darkness is an interview concert series, hosted by Broadway’s Joshua Henry, that celebrates the lives and careers of black performers, and the ways they want the industry to change.
New York's fiercest drag stars like Tina Burner and Lagoona Bloo, with Broadway's Max Von Essen, Asmeret Ghebremichael, and more, come together as they bring life to the characters and help the team put final touches on the script.