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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

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!


CgzuPxYXEAAHMvdSeth 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 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, where he has posted many video deconstructions.

Hey – he even liked the art that I sent him!






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