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The Broadway Ginger Podcast

43 EpisodesProduced by Sally FullerWebsite

“There are no rules, just musicals.” The Broadway Ginger Podcast is a humorous lovenote to Broadway for theatre nerds by theatre nerds. Aimed at celebrating and maintaining a cultural appreciation for musical theatre history, this season features musical theatre interviews by host Sally Henry Fuller… read more

43 Episodes | 2020 - 2021

#42: Corner of the Sky - Interview with PIPPIN’s Ryan Anderson

September 4th, 2021


In his first London show since you-know-what disrupted everything last year, Ryan Anderson has found himself in the right role at the right time. …

#41: You Will be Found - Interview with Liz Kate

August 28th, 2021


Her fans up til now have known her as a singer-songwriter, but when Dear Evan Hansen hits movie theatres in September, we will get to see a whole new …

#40: Darlin' Cory - Interview with Kristian Bush and Phillip DePoy

August 21st, 2021


The Alliance Theatre’s upcoming world premiere of Darlin’ Cory has brought Sugarland frontman Kristian Bush and prolific playwright/novelist Phillip …

#39: Revolting Children with Michael Perrie Jr.

August 14th, 2021


Michael Perrie Jr. was that kid in youth theatre: The one who lived for a laugh and always had to learn the hard way. Fast-forward 18ish years, and …

#38: Into the Woods - BONUS Patreon Excerpt

July 26th, 2021


Today marks our very first local theatre review! Last week, host Sally Fuller (and Thomas “the Bearded Man” Fuller) got to see City Springs Theatre …

#37: When the Booth Goes Bright - Interview with Amélie's Michael Fentiman

July 19th, 2021


As Amélie the musical’s creative team prepared for a UK premiere at the Watermill Theatre, they knew the quirky show needed a transformation from the Broadway version. Enter director Michael Fentiman. Today, Mike sits …

#36: My Favorite Podcast with Michael Perrie, Jr.

July 12th, 2021


This might be the first ever podcast episode about a musical about a podcast. Between various engagements playing Buddy Holly/everyone in Million …

#35: Wait for the Morn with Spencer Williams

July 5th, 2021


As this episode coincides with the USA's Independence Day observance, it seems fitting to feature a musical about the quintessential American experience of traveling across the world to make a new life. Spencer …

#34: God Help the Outcasts with Darius Frye

June 28th, 2021


The second chapter in our New Works Series features hip hop music video creator-turned-musical theatre video producer, Darius Frye. His company …

#33: Starry-Eyed with Danielle Morgan

June 21st, 2021


Today's episode marks the beginning of a new mini-series from the BGP, the "New Works Series." Writers and producers from around the world will come …

#32: The Impossible Dream with Terron Brooks

June 14th, 2021


This might be my first Broadway interview that hardly centers around Broadway- or even entertainment- at all. Terron Brooks is known for his starring …

#31: Behind the Curtain

May 31st, 2021


The hardest part of producing an episode is having to cut awesome material. So I'm excited to share with you some deleted scenes that didn't quite make it into the show, but are too good to let go! Today you'll get to …

#30: The Backstage Blonde with Teale Dvornik

May 24th, 2021


When actors whirl off-stage for a quick-change, Teale Dvornik makes theatre magic happen. Teale has been a dresser on Broadway for the past six years, and ever the entrepreneur, she has grown a side business as a …

#29: In My Own Little Corner with Paige Faure

May 17th, 2021


Remember when celebrity after celebrity cycled through the Broadway production of Cinderella in the principle roles? If you saw it in the summer of …

#28: Children Will Listen with Terry Burrell

May 10th, 2021


From a dancer and soloist in a 1970s Ashton Springer musical tour to Mrs. Meers in Thoroughly Modern Millie on Broadway, Terry Burrell's career has …

#27: Like a Musical with Alexander S. Bermange

May 3rd, 2021


Ever wonder what a performer is thinking as they sing an opening number for the millionth time? Or what it might be like to sing a love song to a co-star they hate? Songwriter Alexander S. Bermange has taken those …

#26: All I Ask of You with Paul Milliken

April 26th, 2021


The Phantom of the Opera is known for its pristine vocals and breathtaking spectacle, but it took a rocky road to achieve its status. Listen as we dive into how Andrew Lloyd Webber went through three different lyricists …

#25: The Music of the Night with Paul Milliken

April 19th, 2021


If you're a fan of both monster movies and musicals, there is no better day than when you discover your favorite monster story is also a Broadway …

#24: Almost Craig A. Meyer II - The Gift of Theatre

March 29th, 2021


There are few experiences that bring people together quite like sharing moments of live theatre. In today's episode, host Sally Fuller continues her …

#23: Almost Craig A. Meyer - Behind the Tony Awards

March 22nd, 2021


One minute you're an outspoken Actors' Equity Association member, and the next you're a councilor shaking things up in AEA and voting for the Tony …

#22: Mr. Disney Musical III - Santa Fe

March 15th, 2021


What better way to wrap up a series name-dropping Alan Menken than to highlight his Tony Awards win? Though he had Oscars and Grammys already, the Disney and Broadway composer had to wait until 2012 to get his Tony. And …

#21: Mr. Disney Musical II - Seize the Day

March 8th, 2021


It was a flop in movie theatres and a smash on Broadway. Disney’s Newsies has always held a mystic charisma that even the grumpiest critics (you know …

#20: Mr. Disney Musical I - Be Our Guest

March 1st, 2021


20 episodes already?! My, how time flies! Today we dive into the whole new world of composer Alan Menken, Disney songwriter extraordinaire, an EGOT …

#19: Send in the Clowns - Interview with Hunter Ryan Herdlicka

February 22nd, 2021


That moment when you’re preparing your second audition for a musical and realize you’ll be singing for the show’s legendary composer himself… No pressure. Actor Hunter Ryan Herdlicka had that exact experience on his way …

#18: The Prince of Broadway III - Willkommen

February 15th, 2021


Step into the exciting party scene of 1930s Berlin with a racy M.C. as your tour guide through the lens of the seedy Kit Kat Klub. With dancing to do …

#17: The Prince of Broadway II - Tradition

February 8th, 2021


We pick up our conversation about Broadway’s most influential creator with a deep dive into one of his most enduring musicals. With the unmistakably …

#16: The Prince of Broadway I - I'm Still Here

January 30th, 2021


How do you get to be the most influential Broadway mogul in the history of the American theatre and set an unbreakable record of Tony Award wins? …

#15: The Gateway Drug to Musical Theatre II - Defying Gravity

January 25th, 2021


In the conclusion of our Stephen Schwartz spotlight, we explore what makes him a keeper in the American musical theatre landscape, making the bold …

#14: The Gateway Drug to Musical Theatre I - Magic to Do

January 18th, 2021


Join us! We’re kicking off a new series, “Name-Dropping Broadway,” highlighting the people who have built Broadway through the years. We start with a composer/lyricist we affectionately call “the gateway drug to musical …

#13: A Million Dreams - Isabella Russo and Luca Padovan Interview

January 11th, 2021


Sally sits down with Broadway stars Isabella Russo and Luca Padovan to talk all things Junior Theater Festival in anticipation of Atlanta’s online JTF extravaganza, coming up 1/15-17. This pair shared the stage in …

#12: Christmas Special - How to Write a Christmas Song Without Really Trying

December 21st, 2020


Christmas songs and Broadway songs have to be the two most delightful genres. And when they are mixed, in the words of Ashley, "It's chef's kiss!" …

#11: BONUS - How to be a Classy Fangirl

December 7th, 2020


WE’RE BACK! We may have dramatically ended Season 1 last week, but we’ve returned to talk more theatre and more jazz hands. Today we go off the grid with a little break from musical deep dives to talk about “how to …

#10: If Ever I Would Leave You - Songwriting Duos

November 30th, 2020


The American Musical Theatre was built on great songwriters whose names can't be said without their partners'. Oklahoma!, The Sound of Music, and Cinderella might as well be credited to one hyphenated name, …

#9: Consider Yourself - One-Hit Wonders

November 23rd, 2020


When Lionel Bart penned one of the greatest British musicals of all time, he had no reason to think his first hit would be his last. Join us as we …

#8: I'm Alive - Pulitzer Prize-Winning Musicals

November 16th, 2020


The Pulitzer Prize for Drama almost always goes to a critically-acclaimed straight play by someone really serious like Eugene O’Neill or August …

#7: Simple Little Things - Underrated Works from Broadway's Best

November 9th, 2020


There are few better moments for theatre people than discovering our favorite songwriting team has written more than just that one hit show we love (looking at you, Lin-Manuel Miranda). In today’s episode, Sally and …

#6: The Secret of Happiness - Tiny Casts

November 2nd, 2020


Musical theatre has a history of big, splashy, high-kicking casts, and that's what many people think when they hear the word "musical." The increasing trend for writers wanting to tell a poignant, dramatic story (and …

#5: Suddenly Seymour - The Community Theatre Formula

October 26th, 2020


Is there anything quite like community theatres? They offer the unique chance for average locals to form the most diverse casts imaginable, where a city council member and accountant get to perform a very ok but …

#4: Someday - Disney [not quite] on Broadway

October 19th, 2020


The only thing more exciting than a Disney movie is a Disney Broadway musical. While the House of Mouse gave the people what they wanted via Broadway mounts of Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Frozen, Tarzan, Mary …

#3: Off to Massachusetts - Traveling for Theatre

October 12th, 2020


We all know there's no distance that can get between theatre fans and shows they love. From skipping prom to road-tripping across the state, we have all gone to creative lengths for the love of theatre. Today we discuss …

#2: I Won't Grow Up - Theatre in Schools

October 5th, 2020


In our second episode, two former homeschoolers go back to school. Or home. Or wherever theatre education can be found. Our trip down memory lane …

#1: I Dreamed a Dream- Classic Theatre Obsessions

October 5th, 2020


In our debut episode, we share our first introductions to the theatre world to discover that Sally fell in LOVE with The Scarlet Pimpernel as a …

Welcome to the Broadway Ginger Podcast!

September 21st, 2020


Join theatre nerds Sally and Ashley as they take a deep dive into a musical every Monday, discussing everything from the plot to fun facts about the original cast. Spoiler alert: their first episode on October 5 will be …

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