23 Burst results for "Evan Hansen"
Kennedy Center cancels all performances through April 2021, Washington DC
"Center has canceled the season through April. The curtain will not be going up any time soon. In Washington, the Performing Arts center announcing All scheduled performances through April. 2021 at the earliest are now canceled due to the cove. It 19 crisis. They've been close the public since a pandemic first started in March. And the decision now has prompted the cancelation of Broadway musicals like Hamilton, the band's visit, and Dear Evan Hansen, the center says that the loss of these big ticket it shows has cost them as much as $80 million in revenue.
Will the Coronavirus Create a Data Breach in Your Company? with Jodi Daniels
"Jody. What's up to fire nation and Shears at the interesting about yourself that most people don't know well how lo I am so delighted to be here with everyone and thank you for listening. So for the what I don't know I'm going to be. It'll be fun. So here we go. Does anybody have a map anybody? Maybe happen to know how to do this? I don't know if you can tell this is me. Pretending to know so little singing from my favorite Broadway show. Dear Evan. Hansen. Racing Beijing I will tell you this two, thousand, five, hundred, eighty, four episodes in. You're the first person to sing on the show I am just to the moon jody. Two different. So there. Is. Oil Is Enviro. Nation when we're talking about will this corona virus creates a data breach in your company and we've brought Jordan on the Mike. We've talked a lot about in the introduction, what we will be sharing throughout this episode. Bless just diving. There's a lot to get to a lot of really important stuff for you nation. So please take some notes. Notes, what are some clues jody to identify what a phishing email is? Yeah. There's there's a couple and you know just to make sure everyone knows what fishing is fishing and there's all kinds of other fancy words. It's now come to text messaging. It's like visiting and swishing and I don't know put a bunch of letters together and make it s shing. What happens is I'm impersonating it looks like I'm a real email, but in actuality I'm not I'm kind of spoofing another fancy word somebody else and. In the last couple months, it's been up three, hundred, fifty percent. It's a tremendous problem in. It's one of the easiest for a bad actor, a threat actor to try and take advantage of. So one of the very easiest places is to look at the the sender. It might say a name that you're familiar with, but you can look at the actual you are l. of or the email address of the sender in. You can tell like, CDC, Dot Gov Dot Org. There's no dot org at the end of DOT GOV or if it came from Amazon prime, it's not gonNA. Come from Amazon prime at comcast dot net. So you look at that particular one, and if the emails a little sketchy, you're not sure a highly advise you use the reading pain in most email providers to be able to look for some of these clues, some of the other ones. Ones are poor spelling or grammar. Most emails don't just say, dear, customer, they're gonNA say on. Dear, jody, they're going to personalize it. If you got just dear customer, there's probably a phishing email again, the U. R. L. and you can also look in the footer because they might change the logo. They might change the address. It doesn't look like the standard footer that you're used to getting. There might be attachment if you get attachments or links on these things, do not doubt open the email don't click the attachment. Don't click the link. That's how they get all the malware onto your computer, and the other big clue is going to be if there's an urgent need or threat like must act now open right away, call us within an hour something like that. Most. Places that are going to need urgent information are not going to do that. They're going to call you. They're going to other methods or they're going to say log into your account and they wouldn't even provide the appropriate link. They would just say go directly to our website and go do it. So those are going to be some of the really common places to be able to identify a phishing
"evan hansen" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast
"Really quick step your arm and beyond that bus and. Sleeping on edge crates on the floor of the bus between cities it was it was definitely a Hustle Fisher, but the reward was forming in probably the most point one of the most poignant shows ever ever ever ever ever ever written. People may not like it one reason, other music or the content, or whatever but I mean that rent to me speaks to. So many minority people really it really really does and it the people. I met along the way the lessons that I learned in the stories that I heard. I came back from tour. Completely different person that I think that toward Romy Up. More than four years of college could have anywhere and yeah I mean I would imagine a show. That as you say speaks to so many different people in so many different ways you guys in the various shows that I've gone to a lot of times. The castle come and meet people afterwards or people go the stage door meet people I mean you must have met some incredible people, and and got some amazing stories from people. You know people who we. I had a strange privilege of being able to portray a HIV, positive character stage yet being HIV negative mad and I'm out there on the stage. In a death scene on a hospital bed, and I'm looking at the audience at at people who might be dealing with at the future who have witnessed that in the past with their friends and their loved ones. Who currently dealing with I. Don't know it was just. There was a lot to to learn and to to take from that show, and to realize just how lucky of a person I am you know and I was no time to be on the stage performing it and not really living. You know so. It was very humbling for sure is. It is a difficult to be. Be Because I mean I've been again. I've gone to emotional shows where I'm not. GonNa lie. I've I saw deer? Evan Hansen, I cried I saw come from away I cried as a performer on the other side of it when you're on stage and you're looking at. Is that distracting? Is I mean? Is it emotionally draining? Is it hard to see that every night? I mean. It's funny playing the character of Angel because you get to die, you don't have to deal with your own death. So I got to go backstage. And then the next forty five minutes of the show, all the characters are colliding in crashing the feeling all the emotion in in these characters, reeling their friends, death and dealing with everything else. They really got to experience that that that rage every night as actors and really share that with the audience and I'm GonNa back etching makeup in fixing my hair to come out at the end. How? You're hanging out backstage watching episodes of the office on DVD and. Listening to pink second, album. Like No. But in the moment of that scene, right before the number contact when right before angel. Does that number in walks into the light everything I do very vividly. Remember a connecting with that audience and seeing their faces and I mean. It's theater and it becomes real, and those emotions come out of people because they've experienced or just. Maybe it's the first time. Maybe it's someone is first time ever. Hearing, a story, you're seeing something about people with HIV believe struggles, and still being washed over the motion, dealing with things that they've never thought.
MGM Sets ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ Movie with ‘Hamilton’ Director Thomas Kail
"We do have some movie news don't worry we do have some movie news that's coming out this week in this weekend rather and one has to do with Elton John's movie rocket man this is the movie that that came out last year but Elton John is holding a watch party online today on Amazon prime the movie is showing on Amazon prime but you can watch it with Elton John with the Q. and a after the fact the yeah as one of the home video picks this weekend I'll tell you about some of the other home video pics in a couple of minutes but the other I guess you might say fairly big movie news is that there's going to be a new fiddler on the roof movie it was last made in nineteen sixty four it's the classic Broadway musical maybe one of the most classic Broadway musicals of all time that's been made and remade and television specials but now it's going to be made with the director of Hamilton the original director of Hamilton from Broadway Thomas kail they are going to put this together collaborating with Lin Manuel Miranda and the man who wrote the musical dear Evan Hansen he's going to write the screenplay for it so it's going to be adapted I guess it's going to be updated a little bit you know maybe they'll be a song and it if I were a quarantine man that could be different take on the whole thing
Ben Platt named Hasty Pudding's 2020 Man of the Year
"Award winning actor and musician Ben Platt is being honored by Harvard university's famed hasty pudding theatricals that that's twenty twenty man of the year Platt who's twenty six is the youngest recipient of the fifty four year history of the award he's the putting coproducer Natalie needles as he was chosen because of the incredible impact he's had on Broadway and in Hollywood at such a young age but want to Tony in twenty seventeen for dear Evan Hansen and the cast recording to come the Grammy for best musical theater album as well the daytime Emmy for his performance on the today show it's also known for his role as Benji Applebaum in the films pitch perfect and pitch perfect two is currently filming the second season of the Netflix series the
Ben Platt named Hasty Pudding's 2020 Man of the Year
"The ward winning actor and musician Ben Platt was honored by the hasty pudding theatricals says it's twenty twenty man of the year yesterday plateau of dear Evan Hansen and pitch perfect at twenty six years old is the youngest recipient in the fifty four year history of the award former winners of man of the year include Tom Hanks Robert De Niro and Harrison Ford Elizabeth banks is hasty pudding twenty twenty woman of the year and was honored last
"evan hansen" Discussed on KQED Radio
"One of Broadway's biggest recent hits is currently touring the United States the Tony winning musical dear Evan Hansen tells the story of Evan who's lied about knowing a high school classmate who had killed himself spirals out of control largely because of social media joining me now are two of the stars of the touring cast Ben Levi Ross who plays Evan Hansen welcome thank you and Jessica Phillips who plays his mother Heidi Jessica welcome to you as well thanks so much so this show was a big hit on Broadway it's a very modern story videos going viral social media having a big impact how audiences been reacting to the show first of all around the country Jessica start with you stage door is an amazing experience and it's an opportunity for us to meet fans and it's remarkable to me every time I walk out and I see these teenagers there and their parents many are in tears many are shaking with excitement some people have said to me this was my first time I knew every word of the cast album and I just can't believe I saw come to life and it's even better than I imagined and then some people say I've seen nine times and it's just as great the ninth time so thank you thank you for coming to our town it's remarkable how this story has touched people across the nation then you're you're not that far away from the generation that that the stories about right now how old are you I'm twenty one twenty one yeah I mean what do you what do you think how people react what are people saying to you yeah well I mean the interesting thing is that a lot of people at the stage door could be my peers like I'm supposed to be going into my senior year of college right now so a lot of the people at the stage door could be my classmates which is sort of like a weird interesting fun experience because this is my first professional job so I've never sort of experienced people like standing on the opposite side of a barricade like wanting my autograph and just like sort of weird but I think that also provides a level of comfort and familiarity when I go out and meet them and like if they are a theatre student which many of the kids at the stage door are or want to be it they can see that I am someone who's just like them that that your assessable that I'm accessible that this is you know a possibility what what what about the message of the show itself and and you know we've done a lot of stories on this show about the issues the generation Z. you're dealing with with depression and anxiety and suicide which obviously is in the mid part of German Hanson do you hear from people about that and and how these these things that your doing in the show touch them all the time I mean I have an Instagram account and after every show I pretty much get flu added with messages from kids that were in the audience that night whether it be someone who's just thanking me for the show that they saw or someone really like opening up and telling me that they have struggled with self harm or they have been depressed for the majority of their lives and they have dealt with anxiety in the same way as having or Connor and sometimes the end of the messages will sort of finish with and now I'm doing a lot better which is great for me and sometimes they don't and when they don't I feel a little bit of a responsibility to make sure that that kid gets tended to so I'll take a screen shot of that message really and send it to you our PR team who then has someone from one of our organizations that we are partnered with whether be you know the Trevor project child mind institute born this way foundation one of those organizations will literally reach out to that kid directly and send them a message and they can have a conversation with us I professional wow because that's you know it ends up sort of becoming my responsibility in a way even though I am just the actor I'm not gonna let that just fall to the wayside listen to a little bit of you as event.
Jeff Daniels ('To Kill a Mockingbird') on playing Atticus Finch
"Hi, everybody. I'm Peter Travers. And this is popcorn where we tell you. What is popping in the culture? And my guest today. Jeff Daniels who has multiple wards and the way I looked at it, he's too modest to say he's just been nominated for Tony Ward as best actor for tequila Mockingbird on Broadway, which is totally deserved. I don't even have to blow smoke with you. You know, I actually loved this, you know. Well, it's very nice. I think too. So are you just completely in Newark to all this now? It's you have your Emmys. You've been nominated for Tony before for God of carnage. Does it? What impact does getting nominated for an award have, you know, it's, it's? It is an honor to be nominated because I've been there when I wasn't and, and this was a big season for drama big season for drama Broadway, there, a lot of them and, you know, Mockingbird didn't get in as best new play did that make you stomp around for a couple of minutes when they will stop arounds big phrase. But, but it it goes to whatever the reasons are it goes to show that it's not automatic. You can't just go on, then I'll get nominated, and it's still you wake up in the morning. Bill ness. You wanna be invited to the big party, you know, and, and it is an honor to be there. And I, I noticed that when I was nominated for God carnage. I was probably the first big award. I'd ever been Emmys came later and all that. But I was in that room in Radio City Music hall, and I looked around at all the great work. That was all in one place. And these are just the people were nominated. There's other work that didn't get in that was, and you just feel I'm just glad to get it took it to the party. You really now anything after that, you know, would be great, but it really is to get in. Take something to well, and there's something about the Broadway the theater community, and I'm speaking to you as theater guy. Because back in Michigan. You have your own gross theater. You know this is something that matters to you. And you have even before we start talking about to kill a Mockingbird. You've signed on for one year doing this show. Nobody does anymore all stars. Don't know. Working after's, who need the job or in Evan Hansen, their second year and all of that. So it is, you know, it used to be what was done. Jason Robards Brian Dennehy comes to mind. Fonda Henry Fonda did mister Roberts for over a year looked at up league Cobb death of a salesman. Pretty sure over a year those guys were good. But that was kind of expected, you know that's what you did. And you and it's a big long commitment, but it's not that long when it's Atticus Finch, it's not that long when it's to kill a Mockingbird is not that long when you see what this play, and this production does to an audience night after night after night after night to get to be Atticus Finch, on Broadway six months, wouldn't have been enough so was happy to sign for your, and I'm interested to see what happens to the performance. Over the course of your I'm six months in now, and it's changed. It's deepened and it's gotten smarter and more, it's just gotten better. And so I'm interested to see where it is at the end when that happens when you have a director whose, they always use the phrase in the theater, okay after rehearsal. We've now frozen this show. This is now the way we do it, but can any actors really do that, because you are discovering something he's actor you can do it. You call it the mule on the trail performance going down the Grand Canyon. The mule didn't even have to look, you know, the meal just goes down. And then I do it this way. And then I get to here, and I do it that way. And you think about where you're going to eat throughout the whole show. I've seen that. I have ten that's the trap, you can get into that. You can literally your mind, just floats away and your thing and you go and stay here. Stay here stay here because, you know it so Bart. Shared the director Mockingbird. Basically, he's saying this is going to move around. I expect you to move it around expect you to explore a little bit here and there. You gotta you gotta have enough sense of story and experience to know when you're, I think Ellen all called stuffing the dog when you're just suddenly we've added four minutes to the show and it's probably you. You got it. You gotta is what you're doing. Is this thing you found in month two? And does it lead to something else? And now as a better place or do we need to go back here to where you gotta kinda gotta stay in the lane. But you get to move around and Bart has given us permission to do that. But I think this cast is really don't agree job of serving story. So they're in while it moves and changes a little bit. It always seems to be pointed in the direction of serving story, not some individual. Whereas my light kind of thing, not in this cast, but what I noticed when I was at this show was that there are people that I had seen at the theater before because of this property because of what Harper Lee wrote, there are suddenly because we read it in school, you know, but it wasn't work and there's just something about it. And watching, what Aaron Sorkin has done to take what Harper Lee did. And to update it without updating it. But just. Making something that's going on in this play speak to us. Now you had a lot of controversy with that in the beginning. You know there were people doing you can't around with the, the state, who was there say is the lawyer for the estate one person had some issues with an early draft. I think he ended up with twenty two drafts. By the end of it. So pretty good chance some of that stuff would have gone away anyway. But, but in whatever it, we got it settled and the risks for us. I thought once the lawsuit went went away was three adults playing the kids. Are we going to get away with that? Are we going to overcome Gregory Peck? And the last third third act of this thing, basically. Deviates is this is a play based on the book. And now we're gonna put out of his through something that the move in either the movie nor the book put him through in by putting him through that, that I think, is where Aaron was able to relate it to today. Is there goodness in people that we can rely on will the better angel in all of us? Rise to the top in twenty nineteen that isn't necessarily true. And I think you're on was forcing Atticus to face that, that sometimes you can't just wait for them to do the right thing. No, there's not much and Atticus does some things in this play that aren't very Gregory Peck. Yeah, there's flaws in him. But it makes it just so more mature engaging because I'm seeing somebody with human flaws doing this. Yeah. And, and to be more than fair to pack who only won an Oscar for it was a different time, early sixties. And it was from the point of view of a young scout nine years old. Whatever she is in the book looking up her great father. So he really kind of stayed up on a pedestal throughout the book and pretty much for the movie and we weren't we were a small town. Lawyer gets paid in vegetables and trying to raise two kids and he handles land dispute service agreements for closures inning. And right will, and then the judge comes over to his house in his life changes. That's how we approached it. But do you feel competitive in any of these awards with other actors that are nominated in your category? In other words, you and Bryan Cranston. Now just cold staring. Each other because everybody was nominated wants to win. Everybody wants to make the speed. Everybody wants to take on that toll because it's called it anyone who's ever stepped on stage. Once that it's there's, it's so special it, it's I've never been nominated for an Oscar, but I started in the feeder, high school and community college, and my purples theater companies twenty years old and off Broadway. And coming back to Broadway. Keep returning to it. And now forty two years later, you get to Atticus Finch you get to do the role of a lifetime on Broadway in the theater, that's a lot to be proud of. So this sit there with, with Brian and Patty and, and all the other guys. Adam driver all them. Yeah. The kid Jeremy pope. But you know, it's a great group and you're part of a lot of great work that competitive thing, nobody scores the most points. These things we're doing five different things really, really well, go back to the day that you decided you were going to be Atticus Finch on Broadway. Was there any terror about that ultimate decision that had nothing to do with you committing for year because it's one of the great roles it's a great character? And despite the fact that we see flaws in him, there's virtue in him to me, as watching actors all my life and reviewing them the hardest thing to plays virtue. There's, you know how do you play good and make good interesting? And you get and maybe Atika struggle to remain. Good to remain take the high road and there's a bit of a struggle. This is a helps that yeah, but that's his aim because while he sitting on that porch this world in the south in nineteen thirty four in Alabama KKK's there. He's not initially he's kind of letting it happen. He's not going. He's not out there trying to change it. He's not carrying plan. No, he's I thought that was really interesting. Certainly where he starts. He knows that if he takes this case to defend Tom Robinson. And he sits in front of a jury of white Christian farmers men. He knows what he's going, this is no longer just executing will or foreclose and, and he's avoided that just raised his kids. I'm just raising my kids without a wife. I'm raising my kids, and he knows that will change thing unpleasant, things will be sent to us, and it's going to go beyond that you're gonna have the KKK come up and visit you on your porch and go, what are you doing? And I did a lot of research to kind of understand that kind of just keep your head down and don't get involved and stay out of trouble as family and just raise your kids and don't get involved. There was a lynching last Tuesday night, we missed you there. We got another one Friday, common and Atticus has to either say, no, I'm not or tied up that evening. Bob can't make. And there's a lot of there are a lot of people, especially in today's America that are don't wanna look go wanna see don't want to. I. I don't wanna know about Russia. I don't wanna know any, we'll do errands kind of speak into that, that American that decent honest, hardworking American lose just doing this, and it's not enough to just look the other way not now wasn't for Atticus and it isn't for us. Now there's denial and there's a combination and enabling. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And that's why I think people sit there watching this like this, you know, this is somehow speaking to us right now involve you gonna get. Yeah. Yeah. What was what was your first encounter with this story? Did you read the book? I did you the first encounter really was? I probably had seen the movie as a kid. I don't remember we didn't read the book, we read, Lord of the flies and farewell to arms, which wasn't on the public school curriculum where I was at Aaron said, do you wanna play? Atticus finch. And I didn't blink. Absolutely. I think partly because the last five years ten years now. I've been taking chances are been. Challenging myself doing things that I wouldn't that other people think I can do, but I don't know how to do. So say yes.
"evan hansen" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"Yet you should be any second tiny tell us about this, Ben Platt show, you wins. Yeah. Tell me because I did not I he's on Broadway. Right. Evan hansen. I think he's the original Evan Hansen. India Evan Hansen and he was in pitch perfect. Yes. Yeah. I he's literally when I tell you, I had like a spiritual experience during that show his music. And do you know it's funny we actually have him on this podcast? He talks a lot about his songs like in and out of the music he writes, he has original album that he wrote and did it himself, and everything he was saying, was just like so, like, he would say, things was like, gosh, this is so beca. And he would say something going to be like, oh my gosh. That's so me and like, oh, yeah he just has this really beautiful stories, and he's really. Eloquent, and he's just really fantastic the show was literally one of the best shows that ever seen. And it was like you say what you told me earlier better than is better than the ion day show that is high praise. It was great as it will be theater. So we were all sitting down is great. So is his music on radio. Like, how do you I just didn't know he had music L like that. He has an original album. I don't know if it's on radio or not he did. I think he did a deer Evan Hansen song think he did like. He did a cover of unblinking on her name. She went one up for ten of Grammy's Brady Carlisle song. And then he did. I believe. Stevie Wonder song at the end. So is he is it like singer-songwriter vibes like Ed Sheeran. Like what's the what is he saying? I just can't picture it. You have to. I'll give you two songs. Listen to better and hurt me once. Okay. And tell me you do not have like a like a like a like a visceral reaction is it poppy. Yeah. Right. We'll speak in a poppy. You know, wealth does a great show and it's going to be our Wanguo Tango and Saturday night. You can watch it on June seventh on free form here. She is Eva, max, everybody. Hello. Hi, can you hear us, okay? Yeah. Getting hear me. Yes, we can hear you perfect. Hi, I'm becka..
"evan hansen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"We are the slower weekend at the box office beginning cited about movies. I enjoy going to the movie theater sitting in the big giant leather chair pounded entire bucket. A white claw white clawed movies is the best thing. That's happened to the movies in the last ten years to me alcohol just in general, unfortunately, white clone. I kind of rocky right now not getting along. Well, just after you drink fifteen of them for an entire wedding day a little bit inside. Now. Would you go to the movies Bernard? You get some alcohol to enjoy the experience like you can get at the movie theater bias like bottle of wine. You could get beer, you get everything I believe actually the first time that we all discovered that we were together in the movies. And no one else was and that ended up everywhere and capable sorry for smoking. Smoked a little bit. Smoked in movies. You don't this? Don't chest us. No guys the longtime ago gambling something. There were no signs that said, no smoking in. There were probably sides everywhere. I didn't see them. So you're going to go to the movies. Do you? Of course. I do. But a long time as well. Went and saw us. He's more of a Broadway guy. He's going to see the shows. Yeah. Sunday. Matinees dare Evan Hansen. Big money. See lay getting now did this. This is like a short run for deer. Evan Hansen tore my girlfriend has the season. Tickets are the season passer, the the Broadway series. And but I I kinda wanted to see it because she listens to the soundtrack a lot. And so I got us tickets to go. And but I was like, I don't wanna pay stub hub. Yeah. Steep. I so I looked it up. And I I ran into this article in the newspaper from January that basically said if you don't have tickets already good, effing luck only doing eight shows. And it's this limited run, and there was such a huge adoption of the Broadway series this year because Hamilton was a part of the mix this year. Yeah. That's much more expensive to go to the movie next year. A kind of a kind of into don't tell me your favorite favorite. No, no, no, no Pippen's not allowed. It does a lot. Oh, yeah..
"evan hansen" Discussed on Back To Work
"But like just slightly move in the camera just slightly move it right left up down and not have degradation quality. There must be some. I don't know. I don't know what it is. But I hate it. And I have here is my here's my antidote to that. This is probably one of my favorite things I've discovered on YouTube in the last year. This is not for you, Dan. I don't know if you would love this then somebody really enjoys especially like, Broadway, musical stuff. There's this character that I just learned about in the last month or so named Seth redact ski and Saturday ski he does a lot of videos for playbill. People who make playbill. Yeah. And and he he does. He's awesome explainer videos. He super stick and super gay and super-duper funny. And just so like he so the quality that he has first of all why do I say this number one his videos are not shop within an inch of their life. It's him making mistakes and going whatever and like keeps going, but it's so high energy, it doesn't need any tricks, and it's just hit often him explaining why this song is really really good or things to notice about this song and the one I put in show notes is from a really good musical called dear of Hanson, and it's him explaining this song waving through a window and just the performance. How you deploy? How long to hold this note at this point this trill at that point or as he said in the tip of the hat like how this is similar to this song from wicked and it's such an over the top joyous like. Excessive of like why why why you love this song? Probably what why why I love this song. And it's not edited at all him in front of literally a brick wall. And so anyway, check out deconstructing dear Evan Hansen from playbill with the wonderful. Seth rudetzky. He does not at it. That's recommendation. All righty. Is that giving you time to to come up with a few? I I've been working on it. I actually am. I don't know if this qualifies as a recommendation or not. But did you did you have a chance to review the photograph that I sent to you last night? Yeah. It's important for listeners to know that. You do a thing where you send a photo with no context. And no mouth words to explain what it is. You sent me a photo of what appeared to be a hamburgers in separate containers stacked high. Yes. So I didn't. And then the thing is ask you about then we're gonna be talking about hamburgers and stocks. I don't know if you're going to volunteer to shelter. I don't know if your if your family's bugging out. Yes. You sent me. Some really cool. Looking containers was some good lookin' burgers in what what was that about? Well, this will eventually be a recommendation, but it is my son has to do a science project for some kind of science fair at his school, which is in. I think end of January mid to end of January and the project that that we picked together I helped him because he was doing the sitting on the sofa slouching down. I can't think of anything so much said thing so I helped him, and we came to the conclusion that it would be fun to find out by doing our own tests if food with preservatives in them take longer to decay, then foods that don't have preservatives in the more that we think don't have preservatives in. So of course. The natural conclusion is go.
"evan hansen" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Disappear song by the original Broadway cast. I'm Mike Feist who plays Connor and Ben plotted plays. Evan hansen. What what do you hear either of you from from parents suicide, of course, is a big part of this. It's. Sort of the big the beginning of the play. What are you hear from parents or siblings or folks who have experienced that firsthand? We get a lot of letters and a lot of people approaching us at the stage door to talk about their experience with suicide or attempted suicide or family relationships are around this topic and mostly what I'm hearing. Is gratitude for opening the conversation. We have a lot of families who come to see this show. And it may I think it's often spurred by the teenager who is excited about and they wanna go. Yeah. About the show the cast knows the cast album. But but what I am finding is that parents are coming coming in saying. This was an opportunity for me to have a shared experience with my kid, and I went home, and I had a great conversation where we were able to touch on these ferry scary. Topics that I don't know that we would ever have broached if it weren't for having seen this show together, the another when I when I did see it in New York, I was sitting next to a family. The mother started Stelling me all sorts of things in their sixteen year old daughter was there as well. And they I don't know whether a conversation would have taken place, but that's the other thing that I've noticed for having experienced this together as a group, and they've all seen it. And they all know that they've seen it. There is a healing. There's there's a discussion that for the shared experience, and that you could tell you maybe they'll have a chat, maybe they won't. But there was a new understanding of each other for having witnessed this there. We've had I mean, I've had people coming up in a very quiet moment. If you can have a quiet moment at the stage door where they're like. Can I tell you something, you know, you saved a life today? They were sincere, and we we had a whole afternoon of with a with a psychiatrist because we are partnered with five or six organizations, I knew jet is one of them, but different suicide prevention and teenage health and LGBTQ and stuff like that. But sort of talking to us a how to deal with these heavier moments that we because we're not trained professionals. We are just actors. We are not the characters they were portraying. We are experiencing and can experience the same thing that you do. So how do you deal with that? And but still this is a show about connection. And inevitably you come across someone who is desperate for connection. You can tell the difference between someone who's sort of glomming on and someone who just wants to share something that you a hand on the shoulder that you just say, thank you. Thank you for. I'm glad you're here that kind of I'm wondering do do either of you have kids. Yes. We both do how old holler. They mine is nine and she's got the teenage teenage boy, this is a man. I tell this story alive. Good. And we started rehearsals for this show in New York. It was also the first week of school and one morning I got up and I sent my teenagers off to school, and my older son was a is a senior in high school. So I sent him off to his first day. And then I came into work and started rehearsing the scene where Heidi sends Evan pasta. And I I literally had to stop I had to stop. I can't believe this is happening. I just did this an hour ago in real life. And yes, so it's it really it really touches something pretty intimate for me this this role. Have your kids seen a play? They have. Well, I get a lotta street cred from my for my kids because the the younger son anyway goes performing arts high school, and so this, you know. I'm. Oh, okay. But you know, I think more than anything out. What what struck me was that? They they they kept elbowing each other in the audience and saying actually says..
"evan hansen" Discussed on /Film Daily
"But what do you guys think on the big gamer here, but I wanna hear what you guys think? I this is one of the first the Sega Nintendo battle is one of the first times. I can remember participating in anything having to do with brand loyalty as a kid, and that was like I had a second Genesis. So I was just a Sega kit. I I have not read this book yet. But I am, you know, I don't know much about the inner workings of what was going on with these companies. So I'm fascinated to hear especially with like like you're talking about maybe a little bit of madman mix with both of Wall Street. That's like I'm sure there were crazy dealings on behind the scenes in the nineties with like so much money and power and and position in the industry in in a burgeoning industry that was like really starting to get into like the billion dollar. Break through those barriers and like really become a force in pop culture. I'm sure there's so many interesting stories to be told there. I'm really interested to read this book when I finally get my hands on it. And yeah, I think during the vote Roberts booked up Robertson, not entirely we'd how you pronounce his last name. But he is a really fascinating director to take this on because he's a big fan of video games in his personal life. He's got this metal gear solid movie in the works that he's been trying to get made for a long long time. And I think he was talking about the video game influence even in college. I learned that you can see in that movie with references to things like metal gear and stuff like that. That are actually like baked into the core of him as a storyteller. So to see him, you know, sort of tackle a video game story. Like this a behind the scenes one head on should be really interesting. But Chris, what do you think? Did you grew up on either side of that second intendo divide? You do you have any interest in seeing this kind of movie? I had the tendon when I was a kid. But yeah, I don't I don't know anything about this. I actually am kind of curious to see this. Because it just be would be interesting to learn all this stuff, and I really have no real knowledge about I've never I've played video games. But I've never really thought that much about the behind the scenes working. So on that level. I am interested and yes, as jiggle mentioned blake-harris, the the author of the book has contributed a bunch of stuff to slash from over the years. He he's done a lot of great like oral histories of the how did this get made podcast? And and speaking with a lot of the directors and filmmakers who made those awful awful movies and got some really cool stories out of those that you can read on slash home dot com. Let's move into the advice corner with Chris Evangelista..
"evan hansen" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Jones battled tirelessly to make the public to make public what many empower sought to keep hidden. And this one has arguably one of the best casts of any movie at Sundance this year. It's led by Adam driver, and that Benning is in it, Jon Hamm, Ted LeVine more tyranny and Michael c hall around out that cast. So the world premiere of that movie is going to be there and Soderbergh's actually producing this one to Jacob. Are you interested in this? I think I think Netflix has picked this movie up is that right? This is just one of the net. Flicks ones. I believe plays grab this one. And it sounds interesting. I like I like everyone that cast. I think someone on slash film slack joke. Sounds like we would like an Oscar the movie based between that cast niche subject matter. But yeah, bring me all of this. Dramas fill me up with them. I want them very cool. And then the last one I wanted to mention is a movie called late night. And this one is written by Mindy Kaeling, and it's from the office and it stars Mindy and immature and it set in the world of late night. Tv the premise is legendary late night talk show hosts world is turned upside down when she hires are only female staff writer originally intended to smooth over diversity concerns. Her decision has unexpectedly hilarious consequences as the two women separated by culture and generation are United by their love of a biting punchline. And this went stars again, Emma Thompson indicating John Lithgow Paul Walter Hauser who has broken out in a big way over the past few years and movies. Like, I Tanya and Reed Scott and Amy Ryan. And I know Brad is really excited about this. As our sort of resident comedy guy in this. Obviously this movie set in the world of late night comedy. So, yeah, I'm stoked about this the cast and the writer and everything it sounds pretty great Nisha cannot a believe. That's how you pronounce her name is directing and she's directed a bunch of. Codes of TV shows Brooklyn nine nine I think she directed an episode of the Mindy project. I soon maybe that's how she and Mindy hooked up originally. She's directing this one. So yeah, that one that sounds pretty cool. I'm looking forward to it. And again, go to slash dot com. And check out the full list of all the movies that are going to be playing at Sundance or at least the first wave. The major first-wave announcement like some shorts and stuff. They're going to be announced a little bit later on. But in the meantime, let's talk about eight twenty four and canopy Chris tell us what's going on here. A lot of people. Probably don't even know what canopy is so fill out on this. Yes. So this is a sad week for streaming. Because this is the end of film struck actually today is film Shrek spinal day, and that sucks because film struck was great. But if you were a film struck user and year, you're lamenting its loss. I recommend you. Check out canopy, canopy is actually a free streaming service that you can sign up for through your library. There's a catch not every library hosts it, but if you go to the candy website you can. Enter your area code. They'll tell you if the library near you. Hosts it, and if they do it's literally free, and they have a really great selection, and they actually just added every single eight twenty four film that's available on how big the ones theaters, aren't they obviously. But every home video.
"evan hansen" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Evan Hansen makes up a lie basically saying he ended the suicide victim were best friends and the suicide victims parents believe it, and they welcome him into his home. And as you can imagine this whole eventually leads to complications. Because he's he's basically emotionally using these people by lying about this feeling conflicted about it. So it's not exactly a happy sort of thing. Even though it's got like funny moments in it. But it, you know, it has a very dark under current to it. So you've never seen the show. But you've listened to the soundtrack for this one. Right. Yeah. I haven't seen the show. The music is really. I mean, there are a few songs that are forgettable. But there are a lot of really good numbers in this show. So. It's got that going for it and Jacob you've also heard the soundtrack. Yeah. I have a slight grudge against this show because it beat out in the tasha peer eighteen twelve at the two at the Tonys. But it's still very very good show to music is very good. And unlike a lot of musical is set very thoroughly in the here. Now, it's a full-fledged full-throated big-hearted musical that's about events in situations and concepts that are unique to to this era of the twentieth century, which is extremely rare. And so we had to see that related the musical, very cool. So the twenty nineteen Sundance film festival lineup was announced yesterday and slash foam is going to be at Sundance again covering all sorts of reviews and probably some interviews and stuff as well. Chris I think this is going to be your first time because you tried going last year and then ended up getting really sick, right? Yeah. I got I got deathly ill right before I was supposed to go. So I couldn't make it. And then Peter got injured. It was a bad year for slash film. It's sunday. So hopefully that won't. Happen again in two thousand nine hundred was you're gearing up around to I'm going to be there. And I think Brad is going to be there as well covering for the team. So we sort of poured through the the lineup that was released yesterday of like over one hundred movies. And I I ended up pulling out about ten of them to highlight and just sort of put on people's radar. And I'm not going to talk about all of them. I encourage everybody to go to lash dot com. Check out the full article for this. But I just wanted to mention three movies here that that particularly interested in me and just to sort of get your take on them as we go through here. So one of them's called velvet buzzsaw, and it is from Dan Gilroy, who's the director and screenwriter of this movie. He wrote and directed night crawler, the twenty fourteen movies, starring chick, Jalen hall, and this movie. Also reunites him with Jake Jalen hall. The synopsis is a thriller set in the contemporary art world scene of Los Angeles where big money artists and mega collectors pay a high price when art collides with commerce. It starts Jake Joan hall Rene Russo and Toni Collette and also Natalia dire. Is from stranger things she plays the one of the old the older sister character. I don't remember her name at this moment. But anyway, it's got a pretty good cast in a kind of a cool concept. I'm excited about the reunion between Jalen hall, and and Dan Gilroy. What do you guys think it any Chris Christie are going to put this one on your radar? Is this something you're going to try to layer there? Yes, I end. This is definitely in my top of the the thing. I loved night crawler. I love your idea of Gilroy, and Jalen hall, reuniting. The only thing is we pull his is. I really did not like Dan Gilroy second movie Roman. Jay, israel. Esquire was good. And I'm hoping that was just a case of like sophomore blues, and he comes back strong with the third movie. Yes. Yes, for sure. All right. The next one is called the report, and this is a movie from director and screenwriter Scott, z burns burns is a guy who has become a sort of Goto writer for Steven Soderbergh over the past few years, he wrote the screenplays for side effects and contagion and the informant. The synopsis for the report is the story of Daniel Jones lead investigator for the US Senate sweeping study into the as detention and interrogation program, which was found to be brutal immoral and ineffective with the truth at stake..
"evan hansen" Discussed on /Film Daily
"All kinds special powers learns from outer space. Learn just made by evil aliens want take over earth, and he has to, you know, use his great power to do responsible things. And this new movie will be about Jamie raised about the character. Who is currently the blue beetle in the comics currently on the young Justice animated series. And this is cool for several reasons. One the comic book Nuruddin me likes this. Because Jamie Ray is is not operating in a vacuum. NBC universe right now. Ted Kord, the previous blue beetle, the very smart and non Howard one has been his mentor. He's been sort of teaching team. How superhero at giving him gadgets giving good advice? There's really funny, no mentor. Medea dynamic bean to them that I think the movie should tap into. And I hope that happened to into just suggests hey, blue Beetle's always been here in the universe. And here's this new kid takes up the name and go to one comes by offering some advice, it's sort of like shades of Batman beyond almost beyond or even atman with the two men and pay. Him and Scotland I love the idea of you know, every every couple of decades new superhero gets the armor suits in the new title. But the other one gets to hanging around give them advice. I actually really love that. But the other cool thing is that Jean Ray is would be the first lead, Hispanic or Latino superhero in a movie like this, both marvel or DC. I mean there have been Tino characters in. He moves before. There was Diablo and suicide squad, and there will be Rosie Perez renamed rent Montag in birds of prey, but we're living in the air of Black Panther and wonder woman where people are starting to make it very clear. Hey, superhero companies were we like to see superheroes. Who look like us who aren't just more white guys. So it's both. They smart decision fiscal decision on one rose par realize that hey, we can be the first one in with Tino audiences. But also, it's the moral decision of realizing that, hey, representations matters. No matter what internet comment boards tell you uh. So ben. Do you think about this? Yeah. I mean, obviously, the diversity aspect is a really cool thing. I think you know, we're seeing that also with like Spiderman the spider verse which has a half black half Hispanic lead in the character of miles Morales. So this is this seems like we're heading in the right direction in terms of superhero representation finally after so many years of just like sort of quasi boring. White guys, Chris, what do you think about this? I don't know anything about the character. But this sounds interesting. It sounds it sounds a little bit like ant, man. But. Beyond that. I I like the diversity angle. And, you know, even though I am a little burned out on superhero movies. I'm always up for being surprised by a good one. Yeah. For sure so let's move on to our next item. And that is a deer. Evan Hansen movie. That is based on the popular musical Chris tells about that one. Yeah. Dear Evan Hansen. The hit Broadway musical from the team that wrote music for LA La Land. And the greatest showman is now getting a movie annotation and Stephen Schabowski who directed the perks being a wallflower. He also wrote that novel is in negotiations to helm the film, and this this is one of those things that seems like inevitable because tyranny is is a pretty big head as a pretty big cultural footprint, and that's something a lot of Broadway. Musicals don't really have you know, obviously, everyone knows about Hamilton. But a lot of a lot of Broadway musicals, they open they close in like two months, and they're never heard of again. So for something like this to last this opened a two thousand sixteen and it's still going strong and at one a bunch of Tony awards when that happens. It's only a matter of time before Hollywood comes calling and that's what happened. So for those who. Don't know. What is this musical about? Darren Hanson is about this teenager. He has anxiety disorder and one of his his schoolmates kills himself. And this may character..
"evan hansen" Discussed on The View
"Also, your Pakistani Muslim you are out about who you are and your life. What's the response been not just from folks in Utah who have their opinions about things around the world. You know, I thought that I'd have a really strong adverse reaction to me. You haven't really seen this before and mainstream on a mainstream show a big commercial show. So was expecting the worst. And I am so look to received the most beautifully will welcome from people all over the world. Thanks. From Americans because sometimes they all wanting to be super super liberal. So they're gonna throw loads of love my way, but I wasn't expecting that from places like the Middle East, and the very wasn't countries that being truly wonderful. I get loads of DM's everyday saying it so nice to see version of me on the TV. I paid for that as a kid. I so desperately wanted to see of this on TV. And I never did. And I didn't know what my life would be in. So now, it's lovely to be a position to offer that for those kids out that we can expect people to grow until we actually show them who we are. And I think that's what we all do on the show. And why so important to us, you know, people aren't going to be stuck when you say here's an opportunity for you to learn, and I'm not going to judge you learning. And that's what we knew the entire to learn new for last still, and we're not lecturing them on the show. I don't let no say, oh, I'm this. I'm here. I am. This is me as a person if you love me great. If you don't talk about it. Comes up after them, and that's just secondary. Because we have the day. We're talking about the Thanksgiving Day parade. And there was this kiss from this show, prom the promises called and a lot of people the steno very wrong to do a lot of people. Do it was great. Wonder what you think of it? I mean, I think it's a reminder that the rest of the country is not New York, and we need to remember that. But I think like. People. You think like fifty years ago someone like yo coup Somma hosted the first gay wedding. Like we've made a lot of advancements. But we're not quite there yet. But shows like dear Evan Hansen, which eliminate and shed some light on teen suicide and like the horrible pill problem for today's youth. And then for show like this to normalize that. I think it's only a good thing. Let's just show more seated in the. Macy's. Thanks word highest cast and say, we're not New York. They love to come to New York and see these. If this were a heterosexual couple kissing on national TV, we wouldn't have had a concern whenever converse, even a lot of heterosexual. Hadn't been an interracial kiss. Yeah. We have in this conversation. I mean, you know, listen, the bottom line is we have to be more patient than everybody else is with us. You know, because they don't know what you know, what I know what? Join knows what Abby knows. And so we always remember race. I mean how much we have to. People through the arts Ryan, something like Broadway families, come from about changing hearts and unconditional love on this show. And it is shows like we're I that's actually doing that in this country around the world. Thank you. And the ibook now one in our audience is going home with the copy. Tomorrow. Celebrate two decades of joy stop saying that it can't be twenty years as MS har- hits her landmark stars of one of her favorite shows. The marvelous MRs measles, Rachel Bresnahan. And Tony shillue are joining the party. We're taking an ethic. Look back at joy's most unforgettable moments. I can't sit here. I just walked off. And how she changed the game on daytime TV and for women everywhere. The jury of twenty tomorrow. Welcome back into you know, this this. So we are kind of money on this talk about all kinds of we've talked to people, and we have a good time. And what we want to say to people is you also can have a good time having these conversations with your friends after all the world is about good view. So thanks for watching. Thanks for coming. We want. Everybody to have a great day, taking joy.
"evan hansen" Discussed on KCRW
"A theater for KCRW beyond the six Tony awards in the record setting box office. What's fascinating about the musical? Dear. Evan Hansen is how it gets an audience to care or maybe to put a finer point on the extraordinary lengths it goes to to give a jaded audience permission to emotionally connect with the earnest dreams at its core. Those dreams when you strip away the first couple layers are pretty traditional boy gets girl. Happy family. The dedication of a mother things start out simply Evan Hansen. The teenager is an extremely anxious son of a single working mom so anxious. He takes pills for it. He's about to start his senior year. And he thoroughly expects it to be another friendless year filled with all the indignities of high school. Of course, he's got an unattainable crush Zoe. Who's got a smile that could melt the world jump cut to Zoe's house where Zoe's brother Connor who? Probably high doesn't want to start his first day of senior year. Mom and dad, a typical mix of overbearing and terribly distant so far fairly traditional right? Well, except for the pills in the pot. You can feel the basic structure of the journey beginning to take shape, we've got an underdog with a long shot love story and family redemption, all teed up. Here's where the traditional meet some modern theater audience. Dear Evan Hansen was written fifty years ago. That'd be enough. We'd have a typical musical theater Arken be done, but the events that energize. Dear Evan Hanson's plot are a teen suicide and ally it's a tragedy in and of itself. The teen suicide is so prevalent. It's now fodder for a Broadway musical. What's even more revealing is that the rest of the evening is made possible by ally. Everything that comes after it is built on that lie. It's an understandable lie, perhaps even a noble. One without giving too much away. All the good stuff. That happens to Evan Hansen is a result of that lie that lie is a smart dramaturgical device. It adds tension to the story and sets up a classical final act reversal that lie is also what let's twenty-first-century audience. Engage in care. It's a lie that almost says, we know this isn't how America works with the underdog succeeds in the family is happy we get it. But you can allow yourself to care because it's not real while the audience watches boy gets girl kids do right and family finds love there's a little escape hatch for an audience skeptical of the sentimental. It's all built on a lie, and it can all come crashing down in an instant. I'm not sure if we should be cheering dear Evan Hansen. Or lamenting the fact that this is what it takes to get an audience to care these days either way. Dear Evan Hansen pulls at your heart and delivers on every front. It's even the kind of show you.
"evan hansen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Just i mentioned this the other night team i don't want to sound like a broken record it's just they're not really exciting young players coming up i mean who are you know i just look at other teams and i see so many players who you know when they come up to bat you get really excited or or when they're pitching you get really excited i just see nothing like the only thing i say is the one pick up that i really enjoyed was evan hansen and you know he just he's deals and besides that that the next is maybe williamson he's twenty seven and and i brought this up and i don't i don't want to repeat myself it just high see nothing coming up through you know i mean really exciting players coming out you know good those but you know top notch players know and if we want to settle for second third place if we want to become the san diego padres of you know twenty twenty then i think we stay with the older players that we have now but if we want to get back to the championship teams so we had a few years ago i think we have to make some hard decisions i think we have to look at some players that we might think lauren untouchables and get some draft choices or get some very young players at the major league level and start to build a team and if we have to finish fourth fifth in the league for a year or two that's only have to do.
"evan hansen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"First amendment right to free speech says her attorney mike for sale of amnesty international telling debbie she can't sing sunrise sunset from fiddler on the roof is telling dear evan hansen to shut the hell up prison officials say the real issue is not the constitution but the cats as in the many stray cats who've wandered into the prison yard since lunch started her three month limited engagement i know it sounds crazy says the warden but they seem to respond most strongly to when she sings that song memory from tax are you choices heard from mas about hamilton themed hamburger restaurant in texas that probably got in trouble because they allow customers to have a duel with the cow from faith a story about a british ceo sort of gave the game away about the big merger when he started singing we're in the money into a hot mic or from luke burbank a prisoner suing about being harshly and cruelly punished because you won't stop singing show tunes which of these is the real story of broadway in the news i'd like it to be three gut is coming who saw two by two you mean faith story you've chosen faith story about the british grocery ceo who saying we we're in the money well we talked to a reporter following the real story the ceo's sainsbury was getting ready for we're in the money so yes you're right that was craig gm mona consumer reporter for bloomberg news talking about the ceo's saying we're in the money into a hot mic you've heard.
"evan hansen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Winter ben platt who originated the title role of deer evan hansen apart from being a cool curiosity downloads go to a fund which has been established to or for the march of our lives studentled movement so all that comes together here and developments of just the last bunch of weeks this is the result with lynn and ben together for the mash up of story of tonight and you will be found known as found tonight on wnyc we may not yet have reached and when our children tell their story oh nobody was have you ever felt forgotten love have you ever felt like you could disappear like you could fall reason to believe y'all straw you can reach raising last free something they can never take what two telling the stormy john dog lina let the sun constrain in benue rise again how this will be tell no matter what tomorrow they'll be more telling this.
"evan hansen" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Mtv has teamed up with the nwfp to send seventeen buses of young people to washington on saturday has enlisted support through social media and video messages from the likes of lady gaga jennifer lopez jay z and jimmy fallon ladies and gentlemen j f i guess and hamilton creator linmanuel miranda so may have read him his rights and deer evan hansen star ben platt are also to perform and you talk show host ellen degeneres tweeted these kids from marjory stoneman douglas see a need for change in our world and they're doing something about it what are they doing cussing a lot causing a lot and the video of camera hog they took down look here's the interesting thing about that we had a link to this thing and we still got the linkup just so you can see it was the real camera hog in arrogant profanity laced interview and you click on now it's a youtube thing says this video has been removed for violating youtube policy on harassment and bullying what does that mean was he bullying somebody harassing the money he must have been well here's what i think it was because somebody obviously when i watched the video they were they they use their phone and they were videoing their television with it on their or their or their computer screen i couldn't really tell which so apparently they got this from somewhere else so apparently somebody got upset but it was the real camera hog in his in his all his glory using the f word people don't know how to use the internet and stop and we're letting these people run the country and you know what's wrong with these people and we should let him you told me no sense of humor yankee dog we don't like you make fun of me we ban your parody well you should do a parody and send it to the love that china's media regulator is cracking down on video spoofs the official news agency reported amid an intensified crackdown on any content that is deemed to be in violation of socialist core values under president xi jinping the decision comes after she submitted his power to recent meeting of the parliament by having presidential term limits scrapped in the ruling communist party tightened its grip on the.
"evan hansen" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Craig in that years ago i read that in some production he was in like twenty five years ago probably was that's what i saw still yeah that's funny because dan lewis it was ten years younger than me truth for you gentlemen i mean you've had these opportunities in recent years to really connect with audiences in a profound way to see what audiences respond to endear evan hansen and the see the passion for our land and this it must bring you back to those kind of experiences you had as fans of theater growing up and then the speed just surreal to say the least yeah absolutely i think that we're talking with earlier like for us we grew up with little mermaid and aladdin and beating the beast and sort of that was our initial are initiation into not just movie musicals but movies in general and so that's always sort of been in our blood in our dna and you know i know i was the kid that became obsessed with the cats soundtrack and i and i made my parents just play it over and over and over in the car the same song over and over and over and you know i feel like they're probably was something in me as a songwriter that sort of felt like i never really make it until like i got to be that song that some kid just plays over and that's the thing we have had families reach out to us and be like we love the soundtrack don't get us wrong but our kids play it in there and our house in our car on the way to school on the way home from school over and over and over and the same song over and over no.