My musical-theatre geek dreams came true when I had the honor of being a guest on Seth Rudetsky’s Seth Speaks!
Listen to Amy’s interview here.
Watch the show and learn how to win tickets as an audience member at http://www.sethrudetsky.com/seth-speaks/
It will air this weekend on:
Stars (ch. 109) Sat 3am, 1pm; Sun 5am, 8am, 9p; Weds 12pm
Entertainment Weekly (ch. 105) Sat 8pm, Sun 8am, Weds 12pm
Broadway (ch. 72): Fri 7pm, Sat 11pm, Tues 8am, Weds 12pm
Don’t miss it! (Well, if you missed it, listen here!)
I’m talking about the beautiful detours that led me to creating Gutless & Grateful, why William Finn is the nicest guy on Broadway, the transformative power of theatre, and a few things that take Seth for quite a wild ride of ups and downs…all in 20 minutes!
I’m also singing a song – so give it a listen!
Seth Rudetsky has played piano in the pits of many Broadway shows including Ragtime, Grease and The Phantom of the Opera. He was the artistic producer/conductor for the first five Actors Fund concerts including Dreamgirls and Hair, which were both recorded. As a performer, he appeared on Broadway in The Ritz and on TV in “All My Children,” “Law and Order C.I.” and on MTV’s “Made” and “Legally Blonde: The Search for the Next Elle Woods.” He has written the books “The Q Guide to Broadway” and “Broadway Nights,” which was recorded as an audio book on Audible.com. He is currently the afternoon Broadway host on Sirius/XM radio and tours the country doing his comedy show, “Deconstructing Broadway.” He can be contacted at his websitewww.SethRudetsky.com, where he has posted many video deconstructions.
Hey – he even liked the art that I sent him!