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The Palace Theater in Waterbury, CT produces three different podcasts for our patrons to stream. "Broadway Buzz with Dr. Stuart Brown" is devoted to all things Broadway. Supported by Webster Bank. "Concert Conversations with Tom The Suit Forst" features in depth talks with CT-based musicians. Supported by Ion Bank. In addition listeners can also find past episodes of the radio show, "Your Palace Your Place" hosted by Sheree Marcucci on WATR 1320AM.
 
From Nate DiMeo, the creator of The Memory Palace, and Karina Longworth, creator of You Must Remember This, comes a new movie podcast. Each episode, Karina and Nate reach out from their quarantines to a guest who’ll pick a movie they’ve heard is great but never found the time to watch. They’ll watch it, break it down, even play a game or two. All while raising money to support independent movie theaters, film societies, and other places that make us love going out to the movies. Join them an ...
 
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Host Stuart Brown meets with Dr. Raymond Winicki and Michelle Gotay of Naugatuck Valley Ear, Nose and Throat Associates in Waterbury, CT on this episode of Broadway Buzz. Stuart Brown speaks with Winicki and Gotay about the various assistive listening options offered at the Palace Theater. They share their experience with the assistive listening op…
 
Eric Herbst, the leader of DizzyFish joins Concert Conversations to talk about their performance during "Concert Legends" at the Palace Theater. DizzyFish paid homage to LEGENDARY bands that have performed at the Palace Theater.Eric goes on to speak about his musical history and that of his band mates. Tune in to hear about Eric and this amazing sh…
 
Host Stuart Brown talks to Sara Sheperd, who stars as Carole King in the BEAUTIFUL: The Carole King Musical national tour! It has been 10 years since Sara's first began touring in the ensemble of Legally Blonde. Now we welcome her as the star of the show!Come see Sara Sheperd as Carole King in Beautiful on November 19 & 20!…
 
Kenny Brawner joins the podcast to talk about his upcoming concert, "Ray On My Mind" at the Palace Theater on Saturday, October 16.Kenny goes into character as the late, great Ray Charles to tell his story from the first-person point-of-view in this interesting concert-theatrical hybrid. Tickets are still available for tomorrow night.…
 
Host, Stuart Brown talks to Broadway composer Stephen Flaherty. Along with his longtime collaborator, Lynn Ahrens, Flaherty has written some of the most well-known and beloved musicals including Once On This Island, Ragtime, and Anastasia.Today, they talk all about the musical Anastasia, coming to the Palace next week October 19-21.…
 
This week, we're talking to two CT music legends in their own right: Jim Koplik & Mike Lapitino. Jim Koplik has been promoting concerts all over Connecticut for almost 50 years, including at the Palace Theater. Mike Lapitino has been the longest running on-air talent in PLR's history, 35 years.They share a couple stories about Palace Theater's rich…
 
We're excited to reopen our doors this weekend for our very first show in 18 months. Palace CEO Frank Tavera talks with Dr. Stuart Brown about the journey we have taken to get to this point as well as the current protocols the theater is currently implementing.Are you curious about our health & safety policy? Frank gives some great insight into why…
 
Tom brings another guest onto the podcast who has been around the Palace Theater since the early 1970s, Rocco Orso.Rocco was a movie projectionist, spotlight operator, and stagehand for the Palace in the 70s. Hear his stories from what the Palace was like all those years ago.Learn more about the Palace Theater in the 70s and 80s during our "Concert…
 
Tom has talked to a number of bands on the podcast so far this year. Today he gets to talk to Joe Mitchell, a self-proclaimed "superfan", who has been to over 20 concerts at the Palace Theater in the 1970s. He and Tom reminisce about the concert legends who came through the Palace all those years ago...Join us, Jim Koplik and Mike Lapitino as we lo…
 
Frank Tavera joins Tom "The Suit" Forst on this week's episode of Concert Conversations to talk all about the Palace Theater. Frank starts with a discussion about restoring the Palace Theater in the early 2000's and finishes with his outlook on the future for the theater.Frank also talks about some of the great concerts coming to the Palace in the …
 
Host Dr. Stuart Brown spotlights two Broadway musical blockbusters that have played the Palace Theater recently, the 2002 jukebox musical, Mamma Mia!, and the 2011 Tony Award Best Musical, The Book of Mormon. Brown intersperses the episode with musical numbers from each show. The episode is a follow-up to our third episode: https://soundcloud.com/p…
 
This week's guest on Concert Conversations is Eddie Seville, a songwriter & multi-instrumentalist best known as the voice and creative force behind the outlaw-country / rock & roll band, Steel Rodeo.Both Eddie & Tom of them will be playing this weekend, August 29 at the Are You Dense Music Fest! Listen to their conversation and then get your ticket…
 
After a brief summer hiatus, Concert Conversations returns. This week Tom "The Suit" Forst talks with Mike Gow, the owner of New England Arts & Entertainment and promoter of our Jazz Series in the Poli Club.Hear about Mike got started in the music business as both a radio show host and music promoter including some fun stories from the industry. Mi…
 
After a brief summer break, the Palace podcasts return to get you ready for our Fall reopening.In fact, all of the Connecticut theaters are preparing for a big Fall reopening. Together with the other 5 main Presenting Arts Centers, we have formed 6 PAC, a coalition working together to promote the arts and theater in CT. Learn more about this new co…
 
Eran Troy Danner joins Tom "The Suit" Forst on the Concert Conversations podcast. Danner was a metal rocker in the 80's until he saw blues rocker Johnny Winter play for the first time. After that, Eran developed his own style of "blues with attitude."Eran has played at the Palace Theater several times including opening for BB King & Blues Traveler.…
 
Last week Tom talked with Morgan Fasanelli, a Kennedy High School graduate and the lead vocalist/co-founder of hard-rocking indie quintet, Mandala. She and Tom chatted about Mandala's creative process when it comes to songwriting and their future plans to take their show to the West Coast.Mandala just rocked a SOLD OUT show at the Space Ballroom th…
 
On this special episode of Broadway Buzz we will be talking about the Palace Theater itself in honor of our 100 Year Anniversary. Our Front of House Manager, Meg Luddy, and the Palace Historian, Lou Belloisy share their personal stories as well as some of the history of the Palace Theater.We're sure you will learn something new about the Palace aft…
 
You may know Joe Cappello from his work as Executive Director of Are You Dense. But did you also know he has been an avid drummer since the age of 10? He still plays in a jazz band on occasion.Learn more about his talent as a drummer including his patent on a portable drum kit as well as some of the work he is doing with Are You Dense and the Are Y…
 
Palace Theater CEO Frank Tavera and Dr. Stuart Brown continue their discussion about reopening the Palace Theater in this part 2 of their interview.This episodes focuses more on the Broadway shows that will be presented at the Palace this season. There is something for everyone from pure entertainment to the thought-provoking. Listen now and learn …
 
Tom Russo is a longtime songwriter, bass player, and founder of L&R Productions. Together with Paul Lombardo, Tom began writing jingles in the 1970's before forming their audio & video production company in 1984.Tom Forst talks with Tom Russo about his production company, writing jingles, and what his plans are for the future as businesses resume a…
 
Palace Theater CEO, Frank Tavera returns to Broadway Buzz to give an update regarding the theater since December 2020 when Frank first appeared on the inaugural episode of this podcast series.With a Fall 2021 reopening in site, Frank discusses the upcoming Broadway season as well as what the Palace Theater's plan for reopening is.…
 
Tom the Suit Forst sits down to talk with Eliot Lewis, a singer, keyboardist, guitarist, bassist, drummer, songwriter, and producer, best known for his work with Average White Band and Hall & Oates.Eliot talks about his mentality when it comes to his work backing Hall & Oates to his own solo career, as well as what he has coming up.…
 
What is it to be a critic? Our host Dr. Stuart Brown is also the President of CT Critic's Circle and a member of the Outer Critics Circle and today he invites several of his colleagues to talk about their work. Listen to an insightful conversation about the role of theater critics from two of the critics themselves: Tim Leininger from the journal i…
 
We've talked to several CT musicians over the past several episodes getting their perspective on the industry. But for this episode, we are talking to someone a little different.Kellie Lambert has been writing about the music scene in Connecticut for over 30 years. Today she talks with Tom about what it's like writing about the industry.…
 
Dr. Stuart Brown is talking with Jerry Goehring, a Tony and Grammy nominated Broadway and off-Broadway producer. Jerry has been creating and producing new projects across the country for over twenty five years.Jerry gives some great insights into what it is like being a producer for musical theater including his work on shows like A Christmas Story…
 
"You can never stop learning, and that's what makes the guitar so beautiful." Today Tom Forst talks with Jimi Bell, a guitar-shredding savant and inventor.Hear Jimi talk about guitar solos, his invention of the Shred Neck, and playing in the band Autograph both before COVID and what he has coming up in the next few months.…
 
This week, Stuart talks with Susan Birkenhead, a Broadway lyricist Susan has been nominated for two Tony Awards for Best Original Score for Working (1978) & Jelly's Last Jam (1992).Their conversation discusses both of those shows as well as some of her work that has never seen the light of day. Susan also gives exclusive insights into latest projec…
 
This week Tom talks to Peter Morcey, a Waterbury native and half of the dark-alternative-folk band Murmur. Along with Ryan Patrick White, Peter brings you on a dark, moody musical journey built on acoustic guitars with gorgeous harmonies, orchestral strings and subtle instrumentation.Most recently one of their songs, "Long Before the Light" was pic…
 
Host Dr. Stuart Brown is joined by special guest, Kent McIngvale, a marketing & press rep for touring Broadway shows.Learn more about the behind-the-scenes magic that it takes to bring a Broadway show out on tour and the challenges companies are experiencing as they plan for the upcoming season.Di Palace Theater
 
This week Tom "The Suit" Forst is talking to the queen of blue-eyed rock n’ soul, Christine Ohlman, the Beehive Queen. She has recorded 6 albums with her band "Christine Ohlman and Rebel Montez" as well as the vocalist for the Saturday Night Live Band for 29 years.Tom and Christine have a great conversation about everything from her roots to what s…
 
Today on Concert Concerts we are talking to a musician's musician: Marty Quadrato, AKA Marty Q.Marty grew up playing the drums, then the sax, before falling in love with the guitar and songwriting. And now he puts that passion into his music. Tom talks with Marty all about his music creation process as well as his plans for returning to the scene a…
 
For the next two episodes, Broadway Buzz is joined by special guest, Broadway actress Marissa Perry who spent her formative years learning her craft in the Waterbury area.Our host Stuart Brown sits down and talks with Marissa about her career (which included a star turn on Broadway), some revealing backstage secrets, and her advice to aspiring acto…
 
We have a very special guest this episode. He's originally from Prospect and has played the Palace when he was just a teenager, but now he has played across the world as a instrumental/urban saxophonist...it's Vincent Ingala.Tom Forst chats with Vincent Ingala about everything from his Waterbury start to his professional career. Vincent gives some …
 
This week's episode focuses on themes of social justice & racism that still sadly resonate today. Brown explores how two musicals, Ragtime & South Pacific, interweave these themes into their stories and songs.Listen to "Wheels of a Dream" from Ragtime and "Some Enchanted Evening", "You've Got To Be Carefully Taught" and "Younger than Springtime" fr…
 
Tom Forst talks with Cajun Ray, guitarist & vocals for Cajun Ray & the Steamers for over 20 years. Despite the name, the band plays a little bit of everything...except Cajun music! You may have even seen them jam on the Loading Dock last year during Palace 10.4.Hear more from Cajun Ray in this week's episode.…
 
Find out how musicals "Kinky Boots" & "Newsies" went from the Big Screen to Broadway to the Palace stage in this episode with host Dr. Stuart Brown. Brown also explores the true stories behind each of these movies turned musicals.Brown plays "The Most Beautiful Thing in the World" from Kinky Boots and "King of New York" from Newsies.…
 
Eddie Sanchez, guitarist & vocals for Crosseyed Cat, has been rocking the blues and captivating audiences across the Northeast for over 30 years! Tom Forst talks with Eddie about playing the Palace Theater, the future of the band post-COVID, and why he's called Sweet Eddie.Di Palace Theater
 
Host Dr. Stuart Brown spotlights two Broadway musical blockbusters that have played the Palace Theater recently, the 2006 Tony Award Best Musical Jersey Boys, and the 1988 Tony Award Best Musical The Phantom of the Opera. Brown intersperses the episode with musical numbers from each show.Sponsored by Webster Bank.…
 
Craig Porter, Senior Vice President Marketing Director at Ion Bank is the initial guest on Concert Conversations. Tom Forst talks with Craig about what it's like to balance playing in a band (Lost Hollywood) and working a corporate job.Sponsored by Ion Bank.Di Palace Theater
 
Host Dr. Stuart Brown leads Palace Theater CEO Frank Tavera in a discussion of the effects and impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the touring Broadway Industry overall and on the Palace Theater specifically. Frank also speaks to what the future holds for the Palace and future shows.Sponsored by Webster Bank.…
 
Webster Bank Broadway Series Subscribers’ online forum with Palace Theater CEO, Frank Tavera and Chairman of the Board, Dr. Peter Jacoby, presenting an update on “The State of the Theater.”Frank and Peter discuss the Governor's recent announcement of the move to Phase 3 Reopening, health & safety, subscription information, in addition to Broadway T…
 
On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by culture writer, Rachel Syme and exchange postcards over that chronicle our lives during a decade of social change and our opinions about Agnes Vardas One Sings the Other Doesn’t! To follow Karina on Twitter, click here. To follow Nate, click here. The…
 
On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by Mark Olsen of the Los Angeles Times as we drink too many Jameson’s and try to redeem ourselves by winning One Big Case and talk Sidney Lumet’s The Verdict! To follow Karina on Twitter, click here. To follow Nate, click here. Mark? Here! Subscribe to Y…
 
On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by Tony-winning director Rachel Chavkin to watch the proto-punk, cult-classic of the Czech new wave, Daisies! Join them as trample on a trifle (or a row of lettuce? or possibly ignore a “keep off the grass” sign? They’ll sort it out while serving insane,…
 
On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are by one of their favorite actors, Natasha Lyonne! Join them as their consciousnesses are expanded by the spice melange of the desert planet, Arakis, and evolve over the course of 4,000 years into weird, floating blobs that can bend space-time in David Lynch’s Du…
 
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