Lauren Graham is an actress and author best known for her portrayals of Lorelai Gilmore on the television series Gilmore Girls and Sarah Braverman on the NBC television drama Parenthood. Additional television series include: Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist and The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers. Selected film roles include: appearances in Bad Santa, Because I Said So, and Evan Almighty. Ms. Graham published her debut novel, Someday, Someday, Maybe in 2013, and in 2016, published a memoir, Talking as Fast as I Can. Her third book, In Conclusion, Don't Worry About It was published in 2018.
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Cocktails with Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez: Hygge!
50:28KRISTEN ANDERSON-LOPEZ and ROBERT LOPEZ are the Oscar, Emmy and Grammy award winning, married songwriting team behind the Disney animated films, Frozen and Frozen 2. Together they also wrote the Oscar winning song “Remember Me” from Pixar’s Coco, songs for Marvel’s WandaVision, and the Obama-produced We the People. Their adaptation of Frozen for the Broadway stage earned them a Tony nomination. Robert co-conceived and co-wrote the hit musicals Avenue Q and The Book of Mormon, both earning him Tony Awards. Kristen’s show In Transit made history as the first all a cappella musical to run on Broadway, after earning recognition at the Drama Desk, Drama League and Lucille Lortel Awards for its Off-Broadway run. Lopez and Anderson-Lopez have written for television, film and stage, including Finding Nemo: The Musical; songs for “The Wonder Pets” (two Emmy Award wins) and the Winnie the Pooh animated film. Lopez and Anderson-Lopez both serve on the Dramatist Guild Council. Graduates of Yale University and Williams College, respectively, they now reside in Brooklyn with their two daughters.
Cocktails at Table 7: It's been a year?!
52:19Christina D'Angelo - Art director, graphic designer, illustrator and writer with a drive for smithing big ideas from concept to execution.I've created collateral across all forms of media internationally — small gigs to corporate — from cabaret shows at Joe’s Pub in New York to foreign exchange stores in Panama, menus in Paris, and theatrical campaigns in Dubai.With a background as a painter and writer (as well as studies in art history, US presidential history, cinema studies, and typography — plus extensive travel) I get a thrill every time I am able to meld both references and skills into arresting visual solutions; the more arrows in your quiver, the better your chances at hitting the bullseye.I live in Manhattan with my husband and our beloved son Jimmy Carter McPickles (a grey tabby) who apparently loves when I’m “singing” along to Blossom Dearie on Spotify or he’s wishing he could call the police.CONTACT [email protected] — INSTAGRAM — LINKEDIN — MEDIUM. JAMES B. RUBIO is a composer/lyricist currently living in Queens, NY.Works for Theatre: The Day Boy and the Night Girl, with book and lyrics by Katie Baldwin Eng (George MacDonald Award for Charity, Daryl Roth Award, NAMT finalist, Richard Rodgers Award finalist, workshop production at Indiana University, production at the Spirit of Broadway Theatre in Norwich, CT); Show People, with book and lyrics by David Caudle (New Harmony Project semifinalist, Anna Sosenko Assist Trust grant recipient, concert of scenes/songs presented by The Actors Fund in conjunction with the Ziegfeld Society); The Dwelling Time (book, lyrics and music); and Grotesquerie Lake (book, lyrics and music), which had a series of readings at Zeiders American Dream Theater in Virginia Beach (2018) and will be receiving a semi-staged workshop production at Zeiders Theater in October 2019. B.M. in Music Composition from Virginia Commonwealth University and MFA from the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program, NYU. Contact: jbrubio.com
Cocktails with Peter Gallagher: Holy F&@# he can sing too!
59:25Peter Gallagher has delivered critically-acclaimed performances in such films as Sex, Lies and Videotape, American Beauty (SAG Award), The Player, Short Cuts (Golden Globe), The Idolmaker, While You Were Sleeping, and Center Stage. Selected television credits include: “Grace and Frankie”, “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist,” “The OC,” “Covert Affairs," “Rescue Me,” and "Californication." Gallagher has worked with some of the industry's most respected directors including Mike Nichols, Robert Altman, Steven Soderbergh, Sam Mendes, Nicholas Hytner, Jonathan Miller and Hal Prince. His Broadway credits include award- winning Broadway productions of Guys and Dolls (receiving a Drama Desk nomination), Long Day's Journey Into Night (with Jack Lemmon, receiving a Tony Award nomination), The Real Thing (Clarence Derwent Award), The Corn Is Green (Theatre World Award), Noises Off, and The Country Girl. -edited from bio posted on broadwayworld.com
Cocktails with Adrienne Barbeau: Freelance Discotheque Dancer
36:36Adrienne Barbeau began her career in 1963 with the San Jose Civic Light Opera. After graduating high school, she traveled with a musical comedy revue, entertaining our servicemen on Army bases throughout Southeast Asia. In 1965, she moved to New York where she made her Broadway debut as Tevye’s second daughter, Hodel, in Fiddler on the Roof. A Tony nomination and a Theatre World Award for her creation of Rizzo in the original Broadway production of Grease led her back to California and the role of Bea Arthur’s daughter, Carol, in the hit series Maude. Since then she has become a best selling author, a recording artist, and the star of numerous features, films for television, concert performances, musicals and plays. Movie fans know her best for her performances in The Fog, Escape From New York, Creepshow, Swamp Thing, Back to School, and Cannonball Run. She appeared in the Academy Award winning ARGO. Recently released are the golf comedy The Eagle and the Albatross with Dan Lauria and K-Pop star Amber Liu, and the ecological horror film Unearth, starring Marc Blucas. Adrienne has a Golden Globe nomination and over 450 screen performances to her credit. She starred as Ruthie, the Snake Dancer, on HBO’s fascinating series, Carnivale. She was Oswald’s mom on Drew Carey, Victoria Grayson’s mom on Revenge, and Venus’s mom on Sons of Anarchy. Daytime viewers know her as Suzanne Stanwyck on General Hospital. Her recent television appearances include Criminal Minds, Grey’s Anatomy, the Netflix series A.J. and the Queen, starring RuPaul, and American Horror Story. Having starred in over 25 theatrical productions in the U.S. and Canada, Adrienne spent most of 2015 playing Berthe, Pippin’s grandmother, in the National Tour of Pippin, singing “No Time At All” as she hung upside down from a trapeze. Off camera, Adrienne is the voice of Catwoman in Batman, The Animated Series, Ms. Simone in Scooby-Do on Zombie Island, and Scooter’s Mom in the 3-D animated film Fly Me To The Moon. She can be heard in a myriad of video games: God of War, Halo 4, and Fallout 76 among them. She also provides video description for the visually impaired on many films, documentaries, and television series; it’s one of her favorite forms of voiceover work. Adrienne is the author of four books: the best-selling memoir There Are Worse Things I Could Do; the urban fantasy Vampyres of Hollywood and its comedy romance sequels, Love Bites and Make Me Dead. Adrienne is currently at work co-writing Grease- Tell Me More, Tell Me More! for release next summer to honor the 50th anniversary of the Broadway musical. Published by Chicago Review Press, proceeds from the book will go to The Actors’ Fund. ©- Adrienne Barbeau
Cocktails with Austin Pendleton: When is the kid gonna deliver?
51:07Austin Pendleton, a Yale University graduate and ensemble member of the Steppenwolf Theater in Chicago, made his Broadway debut in 1964 as Motel in the original Broadway cast of Fiddler on the Roof. Other theatre credits include: Oh Dad, Poor Dad…, The Last Sweet Days of Isaac, The Diary of Anne Frank, Goodtime Charley, and Choirboy. He has made over 150 appearances in television and films including: What’s Up, Doc?, My Cousin Vinny, Mr. & Mrs. Bridge, Finding Nemo, The Muppet Movie, A Beautiful Mind, Catch-22, Skidoo, and 2 Days In The Valley. Pendleton wrote the plays Uncle Bob, Booth, and Orson's Shadow, all of which were staged off-Broadway. As a director, Pendleton has worked extensively both regionally and on and off-Broadway. His direction of Elizabeth Taylor and Maureen Stapleton in Lillian Hellman's The Little Foxes garnered him a Tony Award nomination in 1981 and his 2011 direction of the off-broadway production of Three Sisters won him an Obie Award. He currently teaches acting at HB Studio.
Cocktails with Lauren Graham: Is it then?
57:11Lauren Graham is an actress and author best known for her portrayals of Lorelai Gilmore on the television series Gilmore Girls and Sarah Braverman on the NBC television drama Parenthood. Additional television series include: Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist and The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers. Selected film roles include: appearances in Bad Santa, Because I Said So, and Evan Almighty. Ms. Graham published her debut novel, Someday, Someday, Maybe in 2013, and in 2016, published a memoir, Talking as Fast as I Can. Her third book, In Conclusion, Don't Worry About It was published in 2018.
Cocktails with Len Cariou: NOT going on THAT wall
31:35One of the theater world's most beloved talents, Len Cariou is a member of the Theatre Hall of Fame and a pre-eminent interpreter of the music of Stephen Sondheim. On Broadway, he has appeared in "Applause," for which he earned a Tony Award nomination and won the Theatre World Award; "A Little Night Music," for which he was also nominated for a Tony Award; "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street," for which he won a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award; "Nightwatch;" "Cold Storage;" Teddy and Alice;" "Dance a Little Closer;" "The Speed of Darkness;" "The Dinner Party" and "Proof." On television, Cariou has appeared on “Blue Bloods” as the the Reagan family’s patriarch, Henry for eleven seasons. Additionally, he can be seen on "Damages," "Brotherhood," "Murder, She Wrote," "CSI" and "Numb3rs", "Ed," "Law and Order," "The Outer Limits," "The Practice," "The West Wing," and many television films/limited series including “When They See Us” and "Into the Storm,” the latter for which he earned an Emmy Award nomination. Cariou's feature film credits include "One Man," for which he received a Genie Award, "The Four Seasons," "Flags of our Fathers," "1408," "Executive Decision," "Lady in White," "Thirteen Days," "About Schmidt," "Secret Window”, "The Boynton Beach Bereavement Club” and “Spotlight”. In addition, he supplied voice narration for the Academy Award-winning documentary, "The Johnstown Flood” and voiced Uncle Frank in “Bumblebee”. Cariou was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and holds two honorary degrees as well as the Order of Canada and Order of Manitoba. He currently resides on the Hudson River's shore in New Jersey with wife Heather Summerhayes Cariou, author of Sixtyfive Roses: A Sister's Memoir.
Cocktails with Liz Callaway: Mahoovna and the Mets!
54:04Liz Callaway is a Tony nominee and Emmy Award winning actress, singer and recording artist. She made her Broadway debut in Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along, received a Tony Award nomination for her performance in Baby, and for five years, won acclaim as Grizabella in Cats. She has also starred in the original Broadway casts of Miss Saigon, The Three Musketeers, and the off- Broadway musical, The Spitfire Grill, for which she received a Drama Desk award nomination. Other New York appearances include the legendary Follies in Concert at Lincoln Center, A Stephen Sondheim Evening, Fiorello! (Encores!), and Hair in Concert. Ms. Callaway has also established a major career as a concert artist whose extensive US symphony work includes appearances at The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, Ravinia, and The Hollywood Bowl. Worldwide, and international engagements in China, Australia, New Zealand, and countless other locales. Liz sang the Academy Award nominated song “Journey to the Past” in the animated feature Anastasia, was the singing voice of the title character in The Swan Princess, and is also the singing voice of Princess Jasmine in Disney’s Aladdin and the King of Thieves and The Return of Jafar. She frequently collaborates with her sister, Ann Hampton Callaway, with whom she performed the acclaimed revues, Sibling Revelry and Boom! (a celebration of the music of the 60’s and 70’s). She has also released seven solo albums and, just recently, released her indelible spin on the classic Broadway anthem, “Be a Lion” from The Wiz. www.lizcallaway.com , https://linktr.ee/LizCallaway, @LizGoesOn (Twitter/ Instagram).Cocktails at Table 7- Inside New York’s Joe Allen is produced and hosted by Jason Woodruff, Dana Mierlak and Sean Kent, with music by James Rubio and logo and artwork design by Christina D’Angelo. The Producers would like to extend a special thank you to the owners of Joe Allen, Orso, and Bar Centrale Restaurants.
Cocktails with Jonathan Groff PART TWO: Crispy Bacon!
43:09Jonathan Groff is a two-time Tony Award nominee for his acclaimed performances as Melchior in the hit musical “Spring Awakening,” and as King George III in the iconic smash “Hamilton.” Other stage credits include; the Public Theater’s productions of “Hair” and “The Bacchae,” the City Center Encores production of “A New Brain”, the London revival of “Deathtrap” (with Simon Russell Beale), and the Los Angeles premiere of “Red” (with Alfred Molina). Groff starred in the HBO series “Looking,” the Netflix series “Mindhunter,” and provides the voices of Kristoff and Sven in the Disney’s animated blockbusters, “Frozen” and “Frozen II.”Cocktails at Table 7- Inside New York’s Joe Allen is produced and hosted by Jason Woodruff, Dana Mierlak and Sean Kent, with music by James Rubio and logo and artwork design by Christina D’Angelo. The Producers would like to extend a special thank you to the owners of Joe Allen, Orso and Bar Centrale Restaurants.
Cocktails with Jonathan Groff: Need we say more? Yes! It's only Part One!
42:34Jonathan Groff is a two-time Tony Award nominee for his acclaimed performances as Melchior in the hit musical “Spring Awakening,” and as King George III in the iconic smash “Hamilton.” Other stage credits include; the Public Theater’s productions of “Hair” and “The Bacchae,” the City Center Encores production of “A New Brain”, the London revival of “Deathtrap” (with Simon Russell Beale), and the Los Angeles premiere of “Red” (with Alfred Molina). Groff starred in the HBO series “Looking,” the Netflix series “Mindhunter,” and provides the voices of Kristoff and Sven in the Disney’s animated blockbusters, “Frozen” and “Frozen II.”Jonathon highly recommends his friend Ellen Winter, and we encourage you to give 36 Questions a go.