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Literally Patti Murin: The Podcast Episode 3 with Guest Robbie Rozelle

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In this quasi-regular podcast, Patti is joined by some of her Broadway friends to discuss life, theatre, and life in the theatre. In addition to being a talented performer, Patti uses her blog, and now this podcast, to talk about things that are often left unsaid.

Show Notes:

In the long-awaited third edition of “Literally Patti Murin: The Podcast,” Broadway’s Lysistrata Jones chats with cabaret director and Broadway Records graphic designer, Robbie Rozelle, about his upcoming cabaret debut, Bruce Vilanch, “Carrie: The Musical,” Playbill Pride, Tommy Tune as a Gay Pride float, and much, much more!

Tommy Tune – Photo Credit: Carol Rosegg

Robbie Bio: 

Robbie Rozelle does jokes. He has also directed and written or co-written sold-out cabaret shows for Tony Award nominee Melissa Errico (“Amour”), Tony nominee Kate Baldwin (“Finian’s Rainbow”), Elena Shaddow (“The Visit”), Nikka Graff Lanzarone (“Women on the Verge”), Steven Ferezy, Jonathan Demar, Rachel Levy, “RuPaul’s Drag Race” season 7 contestant Mrs. Kasha Davis and frequent collaborator Jessica Vosk (Elephaba on the “Wicked” tour).

“Robbie Rozelle: Songs from Inside My Locker”
June 9th, 2017 at 9:30pm
Purchase Tickets Here
https://54below.com/events/robbie-rozelle

Wandering his high school hallways, Robbie would often find himself shoved in a locker for singing from “The Rink” too loudly. With his signature wit and style, Robbie grabs the tiger by the tail in a hilarious romp of the songs that got him through a blistering high school experience, a treasure trove of songs ranging from Kander & Ebb to “Carrie.” Featuring special guests and a fantastic band, “Songs From My Locker” is the balm to the chaos of these crazy times.

Twitter: @DivaRobbie

Patti Bio:

Patti’s credits include Broadway/National Tour: “Lysistrata Jones” (Lysistrata Jones), “Wicked” (Galinda), “Xanadu” (Euterpe). Almost Broadway: “Nerds!” (Sally). Other NY Theatre: “Love’s Labour’s Lost” (Princess, Shakespeare in the Park), “Fly By Night” (Daphne, Playwrights Horizons), “Lady, Be Good!” (Susie, Encores!). Other favorite credits: “Emma” (Emma, Old Globe Theatre), “The Little Mermaid” (Ariel, The MUNY), “Chicago” (Roxie, The MUNY). TV: Recurring on “Chicago Med” and “Royal Pains”, “Untitled Louis CK Pilot” (CBS). BFA Syracuse University. Follow Patti on Twitter: @pattimurin.

Blog: Literally Patti Murin
Twitter: @PattiMurin
Instagram: @PattiMurin
Facebook: Patti Murin


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