Podcasts for the Creative Mind
Shannon Bradley-Colleary is a novelist and screenwriter who wrote the screenplay for the film To The Stars, which screened in the U.S. Dramatic Features category at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. Kim Yutani, the festival’s Director of Programming said: “To The Stars tells a timeless, beautiful story of young women at a critical point in their lives.”
Producer, director, and actor, Adam Weinstock, is the co-owner of Red Spear, LLC and President of Creative Concept Productions. He’s also Chairman of the Board of Emerging Artists Theatre.
Legendary Mime and Artist, Robert Shields, is a one-man creative machine who has spent his life sharing his sense of energy, awe, and wonder with people all over the world. After meeting Lorene Yarnell, they formed the much lauded mime duo of Shields and Yarnell. Together, they played stages worldwide and appeared in various film productions and on over 400 national TV shows.
For more than three decades Producer and Designer, Mark Nichols, has worked in themed entertainment as a producer and/or designer for companies including Disney, Universal Studios, Paramount Parks, GES Branded Entertainment, and ITEC Entertainment.
The brilliant singer-songwriter, Megon McDonough, has been performing around the United States for more than four decades, on stages as varied as Carnegie Hall, The Birchmere, Wolf Trap and more. Megon wrote her first song at age 11 and landed her first record deal by the time she was 14 after winning a local “Big […]
Special effects and water effects wizard, Jim Doyle, received his undergraduate degree in Theater from the University of Colorado, and an MFA in Theater and Design from USC. He subsequently spent a number of years bumping back and forth between film special effects, commercials, and theme park design, working for Disney, MGM, Landmark, and numerous […]
Michael Emanuel is an award winning actor, producer, writer and director with hundreds of TV, film and commercial credits on his resume, Michael has worked alongside such Hollywood luminaries as William Friedkin, Wolfgang Peterson, Armand Mastroianni, Nick Nolte, Dustin Hoffman, Harrison Ford, Rene Russo, and Alfre Woodard, just to name a few. The quintessential everyman, […]
Mark Simon, who is known as the Godfather of Storyboarding, has spent over 30 years in the entertainment industry, amassing over 5,000 production credits, including working on popular titles like Stranger Things, The Walking Dead, Black Lightning, Woody Woodpecker, Doom Patrol, and Dynasty. He even worked with a favorite StoryBeat guest, Mark Pirro, on Mark’s […]
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Bobbie O’Steen is a writer and film historian dedicated to sharing the invisible art of editing with students, professionals, and cinephiles. Bobbie’s a graduate of Stanford University, an Emmy®-nominated editor, and author of two acclaimed books about editing: Cut to the Chase, based on interviews with her late husband and colleague, the legendary editor Sam […]
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The powerhouse singer and actress, Karen Mason, has starred on Broadway, Off-Broadway, on screen, and in recordings. Karen is a 13-time MAC Award winner, has won the MAC Award for Major Female Vocalist of the Year six consecutive years. She was the recipient of the 2019 MAC Lifetime Achievement Award. Karen also won the 2006 Nightlife […]
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Martin Giles is an actor, director and writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. He was a founder and long- time artistic director of the legendary, alternative theater, The New Group Theater. As an actor, Martin has performed at PICT Classic Theatre, City Theatre, Quantum Theatre, Bricolage, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville and Studio Theatre […]
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The actress and playwright, Sarah Bierstock, began writing plays in 2014. Her first play, Honor Killing, received its initial development through the John Drew Theater Lab at Guild Hall in East Hampton. It went on to a world premiere that ran for eight weeks at Florida Studio Theatre to full capacity audiences, and has been […]
Michael Mason has been playing, teaching and recording on flute for 40 years or so. He’s well known for his work and performances in jazz, the avant-garde, free jazz and world music in many styles. Michael has recorded 7 CDs as a leader of various groups and ensembles, some of them pre-nominated for Grammy Awards. […]
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Elyce Wakerman is the author of the novel, A Tale of Two Citizens, and two works of non-fiction: Father Loss: Daughters Discuss the Man That Got Away, and Air Powered: The Art of the Airbrush. Her essays and articles have appeared in NYCITYWOMAN.com, The Los Angeles Times, The Jewish Journal, and numerous magazines. Her TV writing […]
The award-winning Creative Director, Roger Holzberg, is founder of Reimagine Well, a company that designs and builds immersive healing programs for hospitals and treatment centers. As a professor at the California Institute of the Arts, Roger created the experience design in healthcare curriculum and teaches the “Healthcare By Design” class. He served as the first […]
Noted Wheel Of Fortune Production Designer, Renee Hoss-Johnson, watched her mother create colorful gardens in their backyard and paint beautiful still-life pictures. Her high school drama teacher noticed that Renee loved to draw and asked her to design her first set for an upcoming school play, and so began a lifelong career in stage and […]
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The extraordinary composer, David Shire, is an Academy Award and two-time Grammy winner, and multiple Tony and Emmy nominee. David has composed prolifically for theatre, film, television and recordings. On Broadway, he and a favorite StoryBeat guest, lyricist/director, Richard Maltby, wrote the scores for the musicals Baby, which received Tony nominations for Best Score and […]
The noted artist, L. Scooter Morris, calls herself a sensory illusionist. Scooter’s goal is to make artwork that is so beautiful it cuts to the heart of what is true and of this moment, but exists as something timeless. Scooter grew up in Pittsburgh, where she took advantage of the city’s incredible arts programs, including through […]
John Davidson is one of the most extraordinarily gifted entertainers of this or any era. John’s probably best known for hosting the TV shows, The Hollywood Squares, That’s Incredible!, and as the guest host of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson some 80 times, more than any other singer. John has also hosted his own […]
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Lindsay Jones is a Tony-nominated composer and sound designer for theatre and film. He’s worked extensively on Broadway, off-Broadway, internationally, and on over 500 productions in regional theatres across America. In addition to his 2 Tony nominations for his score and sound design for Slave Play, which was produced by a favorite StoryBeat guest, Jamie deRoy, […]
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