MBSing: Episode Archive

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

Ali Keirn has been such a big fan of Walt Disney World since her first visit at three years old that she can trace her desire to study and perform musical theatre back to seeing the highly produced parades and stage shows the park had to offer. Since then she's been back to the park, seen all of the classic animated movies Disney has to offer, ventured to Disneyland in California, and become a performer still driven by her favorite Imagineer and her favorite lyricist.

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

James T. Green is a coder, designer, podcaster, and all around creative type whose generalized anxiety has driven his work habits for his entire career. He has recently had to explore how his anxiety effects the way he can ennact social justice.

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

As a performer and teacher in Chicago, Tim continues to define and redefine what success means to him as an actor and person. A lifelong cinephile, he thought for sure he would spend three years studying in Chicago before shipping off to be a big time movie star in LA. He's now passed the ten year mark here and has a world of friends and experience he never could have fathomed. We discuss striving for success (and happiness) in whatever forms your career and personal life take and how his goals were shaped as a young person, an actor with representation, and now as an improv teacher.

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, July 13th, 2016

Mom and I break down nearly every branch of the Braverman family tree as we discuss her favorite TV show, Parenthood. We mostly focus on how the casting, writing, and even music of the show make it such a strong, emotional exploration of a variety of hardships and heartfelt moments in the life of a big family.

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, July 6th, 2016

Cher has loved Thom York's Radiohead since she heard a track from Kid A on a joy ride with her dad during a difficult time in middle school. We talk her emotional attachment to their work, how internet culture has changed how fans of a band interact, and being a fan of something as an atypical member of its demographic.

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016

On the third anniversary of the release of the first episode of MBSing, MBS holed up in a studio and took 35 calls from past guests of the show. The topics ranged from specific episode updates to current concerns to catching up. The guest list filled quickly, and there were a handful of interested parties who wanted to catch me on another day (and a couple people I specifically reached out to as I knew they had incredible follow-up tales). Here are those six stragglers:

Rob Grabowski
Matt Young
Bret Dorman
Mel Evans
Rosie Moan
Jo Feldman

 

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

On the third anniversary of the release of the first episode of MBSing, MBS holed up in a studio and took 35 calls from past guests of the show. The topics ranged from specific episode updates to current concerns to catching up. Here's the fourth installment of nine calls from friends:

Nick Johnson 
Bryan Duff 
Claire Friedman
Eileen Tull
Kevin Budnik
Erin Lann
Julie Marchiano
Mark Colomb 
Lee Russell

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

On the third anniversary of the release of the first episode of MBSing, MBS holed up in a studio and took 35 calls from past guests of the show. The topics ranged from specific episode updates to current concerns to catching up. Here's the third installment of nine calls from friends:

Vernon Mina
Eric Braband
Katie Wadsworth
Max Temkin
Katie Utke
Mark Logsdon
Alex Talavera
Matt Visconage
Bill Green

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016

On the third anniversary of the release of the first episode of MBSing, MBS holed up in a studio and took 35 calls from past guests of the show. The topics ranged from specific episode updates to current concerns to catching up. Here's the second installment of nine calls from friends:

Stephen Kropa
Jessie Stegner
Becca Taubel
Tim Swindle
Tim Dunn
Alex Trepka
Nate Bechtel
Meg Johns
Brendan Dowling

From the podcast: MBSing

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

On the third anniversary of the release of the first episode of MBSing, MBS holed up in a studio and took 35 calls from past guests of the show. The topics ranged from specific episode updates to current concerns to catching up. Here are the first eight sandwiched between some sweet voicemails:

Sarah Shockey
Mike Gifford
Stephanie Corkery
Andy Herren
Mike Migdall
Wyn Evans
Adam Levin
Jon Pernisek
Steve Nelson
Jimmy Pennington

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