Special Episode: Natalie Walker on Embracing a Life of Madness

On this episode, Matt talks to one of the most entertaining and multi-talented performers in the New York theatre and cabaret scenes, Natalie Walker. After the pandemic, Natalie got back to performing in July with the first iteration of her solo show “Natalie Walker: Mad Scenes,” which she is bringing read more

Special Episode: Oliver Butler on Remounting ‘Gnit,’ ‘What the Constitution Means to Me’

On this episode, Matt talks to award-winning director Oliver Butler about the return of Will Eno’s Ibsen adaptation “Gnit.” After being shut down following just a handful of performances in March 2020, Oliver, playwright Will Eno, and a cast made of some returning and some new company members will return read more

Special Episode: Cole, Wright on Creating Immersive History in ‘Tammany Hall’

On this episode, Matt chats Darren Lee Cole and Alexander Wright the co-creators and directors of the new site-specific, immersive theater experience at New York’s SoHo Playhouse, Tammany Hall. Performances begin on Friday, Oct. 15 for the show which takes visitors back 92 years to Election Night, November 2, 1929 read more

Special Episode: Julia Blauvelt, Jack Canfora on Finding the Humanity in Accounting via ‘F.I.R.E.’

On this episode, Matt chats with playwright Julia Blauvelt and the artistic director for the New Normal Rep Jack Canfora. Jack’s company is currently wrapping up its first all virtual season with Julia’s gripping new play “F.I.R.E.” In it, she explores a group of richly drawn characters through the lens read more

Special Episode: A.J. Holmes on Finding Himself in ‘Yeah, But Not Right Now’

On this episode, Matt talks with A.J. Holmes about his new one-man musical comedy “Yeah, But Not Right Now” that is currently running Off-Broadway at the SoHo Playhouse through Oct. 17. In the show, A.J. – who might played the role of Elder Cunningham more than anyone in “The Book read more

Special Interview: Keone and Mari Madrid on ‘Beyond Babel,’ Britney Spears, ‘Karate Kid’

On this episode, Matt and Grace talk to the husband and wife creative team of Keone and Mari Madrid. While they have been well known in the dance world for years as choreographers and reality show contestants, they have begun to dive head first into the world of theatre.  After read more

Tonys Special: Tony-Nominated Producer Oliver Roth Predicts Tony Winners

Despite the weirdness of the year and this Sunday’s awards ceremony, there was no way that BroadwayRadio’s Matt Tamanini was going to miss his annual tradition of talking to four-time Tony-nominated producer and Tony-predictions obsessive Oliver Henry Roth about this year’s nominees. The pair reveals Oliver’s picks in every Tonys read more

Interview: Monday, September 6, 2021 w/ Kim McClay

On today’s episode, Matt speaks to musical theatre performer Kim McClay who recently put out her first full-length album, “My Sanity.” The album is a culmination of the last six years of her composing and writing journey. It tells stories of heartbreak, triumph, perseverance, and hope. Her musical style offers read more

BroadwayRadio Special: Jan Simpson’s 2021 Summer Reading List and Interview with Author, Eddie Shapiro

In this special July 5, 2021 episode, James Marino and Jan Simpson talk with Eddie Shapiro about his new book, “A Wonderful Guy: Conversations with the Great Men of Musical Theater.” This book is part of Jan Simpson’s 2021 Summer Reading list. Jan Simpson | | Facebook | TwitterBroadway & MeJan Simpson is read more