Ho ho ho. Alonso Duralde, author of Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas, joins Off the Meter radio host Jimmy Failla as they discuss Christmas films and nearly-Christmas films. This episode has been re-edited and reposted on the Onstage and Backstage podcast with permission of Off the Meter radio program. 

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About the Book
Don't waste another second of your valuable holiday time on another boring Christmas movie. Film critic Alonso Duralde highlights the best – and worst – movies of the Yuletide season with this fun and informative film guide. Whether you're looking for the classics, family favorites, holiday horror, Christmas-themed crime epics, or the most wonderfully awful cinematic lumps of coal, Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas will point you and your rental queue in the right direction. 

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Alonso Duralde is the author of 101 Must-See Movies for Gay Men. He has written about film for MSNBC.com and the Advocate, among others, and programmed film festivals, including Outest and the USA Film Festival/Dallas. A regular contributor to The Rotten Tomatoes Show, Duralde has been featured in documentaries for IFC and Starz, and on the Brokeback Mountain and Valley of the Dolls DVDs. Follow him on Twitter.

Off the Meter is a radio program hosted by Jimmy Failla: cabbie, comic, writer, and radio machine. Click here to listen to the entirety of this episode. 

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Limelight Editions is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. For more than 20 years, Limelight has been one of the world's leading publishers of books on the performing arts, including film, theatre, music, and dance. Visit limelighteditions.com.

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Category:Film and Television -- posted at: 10:30am EDT
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December 8, 1980 was the Day John Lennon Died. It's also the title of Keith Elliot Greenberg's book, newly available in paperback from Backbeat Books. Here, Greenberg discusses the Beatles and the events leading up to Lennon's shooting on Off the Meter with Jimmy Failla. This episode has been edited and reposted on Onstage and Backstage podcast with permission of Off the Meter. 

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About the Book
December 8, 1980: The Day John Lennon Died follows the events leading to the horrible moment when Mark David Chapman – the paunchy, mentally ill Beatles fan – calmly fired his Charter Arms .38 Special into the rock icon, realizing his perverse fantasy of attaining perennial notoriety.

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Keith Elliot Greenberg is a New York Times best-selling author and television producer. He has authored more than 30 nonfiction books. He lives in New York City.

Jimmy Failla is a standup comic, New York City cab driver, and the host of the Off the Meter radio program.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Backbeat Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It offers publications for performers and fans passionate about music, including: discographies, band bios and memoirs, and books on music equipment, instruction, recording, and more. Visit backbeatbooks.com.

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Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Direct download: lennon_podcast.mp3
Category:Music Fans -- posted at: 11:03am EDT
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Snap your fingers! Misha Berson (author of Something's Coming, Something Good) and David Saint (editor of The Rest of the Story by Arthur Laurents) discuss West Side Story: the stage musical, the film, the legacy.

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About the Books
Something's Coming, Something Good: West Side Story and the American Imagination takes a critical, comprehensive look at one of the most inventive, influential, and internationally beloved Broadway musicals of all time: West Side Story.

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Arthur Laurents passed away early in 2011 but not before writing The Rest of the Story, in which he revealed all that had happened in his life since Original Story By. The book ends with a loving and insightful coda by Laurent's good friend and the editor of this book, David Saint.

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Misha Berson is the award-winning theater critic for the Seattle Times and the author of the books Between Worlds: Contemporary Asian-American Plays and The San Francisco Stage. She writes regularly for American Theatre Magazine and other publications, appears as a commentator on KUOW-FM radio, has taught at the University of Washington and San Francisco State University, and is the former executive director of Theatre Bay Area. 

David Saint is a pop culture historian who has authored or contributed to nine books, including Fab Four FAQ, Fab Four FAQ 2.0, and most recently Revolver: How the Beatles Reimagined Rock'n'Roll. He is the creator and series editor of Hal Leonard's FAQ books. Visit his website and follow him on Twitter.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Applause Theatre and Cinema Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It is America's foremost publisher of theatre and cinema books, including books on acting and biographies of theatre and film luminaries, as well as playscripts and books on television. Visit applausebooks.com.

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Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Direct download: somethings_podcast2.mp3
Category:Theatre -- posted at: 4:52pm EDT
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Jon Stebbins, author of The Beach Boys FAQ, chats with Patrick Phillips on The Patrick Phillips Show. This episode has been re-posted on Onstage and Backstage podcast with permission of Patrick Phillips.

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About the Book
In The Beach Boys FAQ, Jon Stebbins explains how the band impacted music and pop culture. This entertaining, fast-moving tome is accompanied by dozens of rare images, making this volume a must-have for fans.

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Jon Stebbins is the author of Dennis Wilson: The Real Beach Boy and The Lost Beach Boy. His liner notes credits include the 2008 Sony Legacy edition of Dennis Wilson's Pacific Ocean Blue. Stebbins has also written and produced shows for BBC TV, including the documentary The Beach Boys: Wouldn't it Be Nice? He is the co-author of The Beach Boys in Concert, which Backbeat Books will publish June 2013.

Patrick Phillips is the host of The Patrick Phillips Show, a show bringing "genuine talk and a dash of nostalgia."

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Backbeat Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It offers publications for performers and fans passionate about music, including: discographies, band bios and memoirs, and books on music equipment, instruction, recording, and more. Visit backbeatbooks.com.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Category:Music Fans -- posted at: 5:22pm EDT
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Robert Rodriguez, author of Revolver: How the Beatles Reimagined Rock'n'Roll, chats with Patrick Phillips on The Patrick Phillips Show about how the Beatles' album Revolver is the artistic high water mark for the band, often over shadowed by Sgt. Pepper. This episode has been re-posted on Onstage and Backstage podcast with permission of Patrick Phillips.

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About the Book
Revolver: How the Beatles Reimagined Rock'n'Roll by Robert Rodriguez. The making of Revolver – hunkered down in Abbey Road with George Martin – is in itself a great Beatles story, but would be nothing if the results weren't so impactful. More than any record before or after, Revolverwas the game-changer, and this is, finally, the detailed telling of its storied recording and enormous impact.

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Robert Rodriguez is a pop culture historian and acknowledged expert on all things Beatles. He is the author of Fab Four FAQ (with Stuart Shea) and Fab Four FAQ 2.0. He is also the series editor for Backbeat/Applause's FAQ book series.

Patrick Phillips is the host of The Patrick Phillips Show.

Thoughts on Video from Robert Rodriguez...

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Backbeat Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It offers publications for performers and fans passionate about music, including: discographies, band bios and memoirs, and books on music equipment, instruction, recording, and more. Visit backbeatbooks.com.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Direct download: revolverpodcast.mp3
Category:Music Fans -- posted at: 11:42am EDT
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Mark Clark, author of Star Trek FAQ (and the forthcoming Star Trek FAQ 2.0) chats with radio show host Patrick Phillips on his show The Patrick Phillips Show. Did you know "Beam Me Up, Scotty" was never said on the show? From redshirts to crew members, from cast to crew, from the first episode to the animated series and merchandising, Star Trek FAQ is everything left to know about the first voyages of the Starship Enterprise. This episode has been reposted on the Onstage and Backstage podcast with permission of Patrick Phillips.

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About the Book
Star Trek FAQ tells the complete story of Star Trek, from the before the beginning (the books, films, and TV shows that inspired producer Gene Roddenberry to create Star Trek) until after the end (when the show emerged as a cultural phenomenon in syndication), and including dramatic behind-the-scenes stories (e.g., Leonard Nimoy's struggle with alcoholism and actress Grace Lee Whitney's controversial firing) often omitted from “authorized” histories of the program. Along with in-depth looks at the pre- and post-Trek careers of the show's iconic leads, Star Trek FAQ includes profiles of guest stars and “redshirt” extras alike, as well as the many writers, technicians, and artisans whose efforts enabled Star Trek to take flight. The book also explores the show's unprecedented resurgence in the 1970s with chapters devoted to early Star Trek fiction, merchandising, and the short-lived animated series. Combining a wealth of fascinating information about every facet of the show's production with original analysis of Star Trek's enduring appeal and cultural influence, Star Trek FAQ goes where noStar Trek book has gone before.

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Mark Clark is a film historian and has authored Sixties Shockers and Smirk, Sneer and Scream. He's a former critic for the Louisiville Courier-Journal and has taught film history and genre theory for the Factory Digital Film Production Program at Douglas Education Center in Monessen, PA. He lives in Ohio.

Patrick Phillips is the host of The Patrick Phillips Show, a podcast of genuine talk with a dash of nostalgia.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Applause Theatre and Cinema Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It is America's foremost publisher of theatre and cinema books, including books on acting and biographies of theatre and film luminaries, as well as playscripts and books on television. Visit applausebooks.com.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Category:Film and Television -- posted at: 10:32am EDT
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David Rothenberg and actors Jordan Charney and Marcia Jean Kurtz talked about David's new book Fortune in My Eyes at the Drama Book Shop in New York City on October 12, 2012. This is a recording of that live event.

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About the Book
David Rothenberg's multilayered life thrust him into Broadway's brightest lights, prison riots, political campaigns, civil rights sit-ins, and a Central American civil war. In his memoir, Fortune in My Eyes, his journey includes many of the most celebrated names in the theater: Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Bette Davis, Sir John Gielgud, Charles Boyer, Peggy Lee, Eartha Kitt, Charles Laughton, Alvin Ailey, and numerous others. David produced an Off-Broadway prison drama, Fortune and Men's Eyes, which reshaped his life. John Herbert's chilling play led directly to the creation of the Fortune Society, which has evolved into one of the nation's most formidable advocacy and service organizations in criminal justice. David was Elizabeth Taylor's opening night date at the Richard Burton Hamlet – a distant cry from his entering Attica prison during that institution's famed inmate uprising...just two of the experiences revealed in this memoir. As a theater publicist and producer – and as a social activist – he shares experiences with presidents (JFK and Bill Clinton) and with anonymous men and women, out of prison, who have fought to reclaim their lives. The human drama of the formerly incarcerated is a match for many of the entertainment world's most fabled characters.

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David Rothenberg has been involved with over 200 Broadway and Off-Broadway productions, as a publicist and producer. He is the founder of the Fortune Society, one of the nation's leading advocacy and service organizations in criminal justice. He is a former member of the NYC Human Rights Commission, and he has hosted a weekly radio program on WBAI/NYC for nearly 40 years.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Applause Theatre and Cinema Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It is America's foremost publisher of theatre and cinema books, including books on acting and biographies of theatre and film luminaries, as well as playscripts and books on television. Visit applausebooks.com.

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Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Category:Theatre -- posted at: 3:58pm EDT
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Lucie Arnaz, Tony Roberts, Larry Moss, Sara Louise Lazarus, Linda Glick, Penny Fuller, Sidney J. Burgoyne, David Finkle, and Pamela Shaw celebrated the life and work of acting teacher David Craig on May 31, 2012 at the Drama Book Shop in New York City to help launch the DVD release of his masterclass On Singing Onstage. This is a recording of that event.

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About the DVD
On Singing Onstage: David Craig's nine-hour video series on musical performance covers all of the techniques and exercises, as well as Craig's legendary performance philosophy, which has instructed and inspired singers, actors, and dancers for more than 50 years. Craig breaks down the act of singing onstage into specific, approachable components and takes the viewer step by step through the process, from how to analyze lyrics and stand on the stage for an audition, to signaling the accompanist and making lyrics come to life.

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David Craig (1923-1998) was director of the Musical Theatre Performance Center at UCLA and also taught at the North Carolina School for the Arts and Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh. He is the author of On Singing Onstage and A Performer Prepares, considered definitive volumes on the subject of performing on the musical theater stage.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Applause Theatre and Cinema Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It is America's foremost publisher of theatre and cinema books, including books on acting and biographies of theatre and film luminaries, as well as playscripts and books on television. Visit applausebooks.com.

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Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Category:Theatre -- posted at: 12:53pm EDT
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Mac Randall (author of Exit Music: The Radiohead Story) discusses a variety of songs, albums, and eras of Radiohead on Off the Meter with Jimmy Failla. This episode has been edited and reposted on Onstage and Backstage podcast with permission of Off the Meter. 

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About the Book
In this new, updated, and revised edition of Exit Music, author Mac Randall follows the band from its beginnings in suburban Oxford, UK, through the success of Creep and OK Computer to the traumatic recording sessions that spawned Kid AAmnesiacHail to the Thief, on to the award-winning In Rainbows and beyond. This new edition also includes coverage of the band's most current release and eighth studio album, The King of Limbs.

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Mac Randall, is a journalist, critic, and magazine editor whose focus in his career of more than two decades has been on music of all genres. He is currently the editor in chief of the magazines Music Alive! and Teaching Music.

Jimmy Failla is the host of the Off the Meter radio program.

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Backbeat Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It offers publications for performers and fans passionate about music, including: discographies, band bios and memoirs, and books on music equipment, instruction, recording, and more. Visit backbeatbooks.com.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Category:Music Fans -- posted at: 11:48am EDT
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Authors of Comediennes: Laugh Be a Lady (Applause Books) Tuezdae Littleton and Darryl Littleton are joined by comediennes Cocoa Brown, Rosie Tran, Shayla Rivera, Jill Anenberg and Adele Givens to discuss their profession. 

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About the Book
Comediennes: Laugh Be a Lady chronicles the evolution of the humor through the research of Darryl and Tuezdae Littleton and the scores of interviews they conducted with veteran female performers from all mediums, as well as Tuezdae's own experiences as a comedienne. Startling facts are revealed and tributes are paid to the icons of yesteryear by the titans of today in their own words and sentiments.

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Darryl Littleton is the author of two histories on the subject of comedy; one being adapted into an acclaimed documentary. He sits on the advisroy board of the Comedy Hall of Fame.

Tuezdae Littleton has written for Comedy Central standup specials and is a member of FICA (Females in Comedy Association).

Cocoa Brown is a standup comic, actress, and writer. She has appeared in films and television shows such as Lakeview Terrace and Breaking Bad. She is a columnist for Honey and In the Mix magazines. Twice she’s been voted Funniest Female on BET’s Comic View.

Rosie Tran is a standup comic, actress, and writer. She was a LA-area finalist on Last Comic Standing. She has written for half a dozen comedy joke books and has appeared on ABC, Lifetime, TLC, and many other television channels.

Shayla Rivera is a comedienne, actress, education advocate, and award-winning motivational speaker. She was named Funniest Latina Comedian by Latin 2015. She has appeared on The Roseanne Show and The Martin Short Show.

Jill Anenberg is a comedienne, TV host, actress, fitness buff, and improv comedy artist at the Upright Citizens Brigade.

Adele Givens is a standup comic, actress, TV host, and spoken word artist. She has appeared in Moesha, The Steve Harvey Show, the Tracy Ullman Show, and The Hughleys. 

About this Podcast
A performing arts podcast, Onstage and Backstage features authors who write about theatre, music, film, or television with guests of their choice. This podcast is brought to you by Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. All books can be found at halleonardbooks.com, Amazon, B&N, and independent bookstores.

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Applause Theatre and Cinema Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It is America's foremost publisher of theatre and cinema books, including books on acting and biographies of theatre and film luminaries, as well as playscripts and books on television. Visit applausebooks.com.

Website   E-Newsletter   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube   MusicPro Guides

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group is the trade book division of Hal Leonard Corporation. We have the largest collection of books and DVDs for aspiring and professional musicians, producers, engineers, directors, actors of stage and screen, and discerning fans of pop culture, cinema, television, Broadway, jazz, blues, hip hop, rock 'n' roll, and more! Visit our imprint websites below:

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Category:Comedy -- posted at: 5:52pm EDT
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