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"orpheum" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"orpheum" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

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I love them <Speech_Female> like <SpeakerChange> give <Speech_Female> some time to adult books <Speech_Female> now. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> now but when <Speech_Female> i was working at the libraries <Speech_Female> we'd <Speech_Female> be checking in books <Speech_Female> and i just <Speech_Female> constantly read everything <Laughter> that was coming through. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> There was this <SpeakerChange> one book. <Speech_Female> And i wish i could <Speech_Female> tell you who was <Speech_Female> by because it was beautiful. <Speech_Female> It was a book about <Speech_Female> fairies <Speech_Female> and had little <Speech_Female> beautiful <Speech_Female> illustrations <Speech_Female> and little <Speech_Female> stories about each <Speech_Female> of the fairies and it was a really <Speech_Female> kids book. <Speech_Female> I would say <Speech_Female> early prime school <Speech_Female> age. <Speech_Female> And i <Speech_Female> used to watch for that <Speech_Female> book coming through. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Read it retirement <Speech_Female> came back. So <Speech_Female> actually <Speech_Female> i like i said i <Speech_Female> will read it anything so <Speech_Female> i even read the had <Speech_Female> you know those. <Speech_Female> What are they called <Speech_Female> board books. <Speech_Female> Yeah <Speech_Female> some of his books. <Speech_Female> Amazing they have like <Speech_Female> fairy things you can <Speech_Music_Female> touch and <Laughter> i make noises <Speech_Female> and yeah. <Speech_Female> They're good fun and <Speech_Female> yes <Speech_Female> so. There was a time when i <Speech_Female> did as an adult. Read <Speech_Female> a lot of children's books <Speech_Female> but <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> not at the moment <Speech_Female> right. <Speech_Female> i've <Speech_Female> just had signalled. <Speech_Female> We have time for one more <Speech_Female> or we <Speech_Female> we can do. One <Silence> more question <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> will <Speech_Female> be when you grow up. <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> want growing up. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I have a question. <SpeakerChange> What are you <Speech_Female> reading now. <Speech_Female> what's what's <Speech_Female> on what. What are you <Speech_Female> going <SpeakerChange> home tonight. <Speech_Male> To rate <Speech_Male> of goddamn <Speech_Male> lillard. Brian <Speech_Male> snow <Speech_Male> geese that <Speech_Female> kisa go. <Speech_Male> Yeah <Speech_Female> i'll yeah she's <Speech_Female> lovely. I haven't read <Speech_Female> the book here. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> actually have just finished <Speech_Female> now. Laney's <Speech_Female> clinton <Speech_Female> hipbones <SpeakerChange> and that <Speech_Female> was a great <Speech_Female> book and then <Speech_Female> i've just about <Speech_Female> finished the knicks folk. <Speech_Female> Even though i take a long <Speech_Female> time to radio books <Speech_Female> because my plane trip <Laughter> he took five hours. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> That's another <Speech_Female> key. We also charity <Speech_Female> norman. <Speech_Female> <hes> <Speech_Female> and it is <Speech_Female> cool the <SpeakerChange> secrets of <Speech_Female> strangers. <Speech_Female> That's a <Speech_Female> read that one too. Yeah <Speech_Female> yeah <Speech_Female> I'm <Speech_Female> reading. I <Speech_Female> sort <SpeakerChange> of just dotted. <Speech_Female> But it's really good <Speech_Female> is The sanatorium <Speech_Female> o. <Speech_Female> Yes <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> is it <Speech_Female> literally. 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I <Speech_Female> mean i'm freezing. <Speech_Female> I'm reading <SpeakerChange> freezing. <Speech_Female> But this is all about the snow <Speech_Female> and the ice his <Speech_Female> very creepy moments <Speech_Female> but suddenly appear <Speech_Female> out of this really and <Speech_Female> they drag people away. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> <Laughter> Maybe not a <Speech_Music_Female> book to read at night. <Speech_Music_Female> You <Speech_Female> know it's good. It's good. <Speech_Female> I am enjoying it. It was <Speech_Female> a recommendation. Actually <Speech_Female> my editor was <Speech_Female> like oh. This is a really good book. <Speech_Female> So i was <SpeakerChange> trying <Silence> to. <Speech_Female> Well <Speech_Female> that's cool. Roy <Speech_Female> moore asked time <Speech_Female> sadly. Because i feel <Speech_Female> we check for hours. <Speech_Female> Thank <Speech_Female> you so much for coming along. <Speech_Female> Thank <SpeakerChange> join me. In <Speech_Female> thanking authors <Laughter> <Laughter> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> this dunedin <Speech_Female> russia's and rates <Speech_Female> podcast was <Speech_Female> brought to with funding <Speech_Female> from copyright licensing <Speech_Female> new zealand and the expertise <Speech_Female> of orpheum. <Speech_Female> The festival <Speech_Female> also offers thanks <Speech_Female> to a major funders <Speech_Female> creative new zealand. <Speech_Female> The dunedin city council <Speech_Music_Female> and <SpeakerChange> the tiger <Speech_Music_Female> community. Trust <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> this podcast was <Speech_Female> produced by orpheum dunedin with support from new zealand on air.

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"orpheum" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"orpheum" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

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"orpheum" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"orpheum" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Interview with Voice of Princess Leia, Ann Sachs

Audio Theatre Central | Exploring Family Friendly Audio Drama

04:47 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Voice of Princess Leia, Ann Sachs

"As I mentioned a moment ago and sacks is the voice of a Princess Leia and she is a talented actress for many many years on on stage in both on and off Broadway Productions. And she is the former president and CEO of the renowned theater design firm sacks Morgan studio and you can find out more about her and the fact that she's working on these days at theatrical intelligence.com while and thank you so much for joining us today. It is a pleasure to talk with you and I'm been looking forward to this ever since way just connected. You know that there's just so much we could talk about because of this a project that is such a huge part of American. Well, I guess you could say even Global culture. I mean this thing is reach around the world. And so the original radio adaptation was first broadcast in 1981 and back. In those days you were doing stage acting at the time. Is that correct? That's correct. Yes. I played the leading role on Broadway in Dracula APA Frank langella and did that for over a year and I loved working in the you know, our country's resident Theatres because they're so varied in their approaches to producing plays and then also the theaters themselves very, you know, the little key we do lunch and then they're huge ones and I loved the surprising aspect of of working in different places. Yeah, like your locally we have the Orpheum Theater downtown Phoenix and that is just an absolutely beautiful beautiful theater. Yeah. Yeah. I've been in there. Yes, beautiful never worked there, but yep. Lovely. Yeah. Well, so how did you first hear about the Star Wars project? Well, it was one of those things where I just got a call from my agent and he said that if I was free I was being asked to do a radio adaptation of storm. I said what that is very strange and I guess I had met John Madden once brilliant brilliant director and said he must have been you know on a tight line or something like that, but it just sort of suddenly happened and a couple of days after getting the call. We we started it and it was just a just horrific great son Mark Hamill from the original film was in it then Terry King did dead. How long is solo and Carrie was terrific in that? So it was this something out of the norm for you to get asked to audition for a radio project or or what was that audition process? Like well, there was no addition. I just got called by my agent and they asked me to do it. I guess they must have been kind of dealing with a last-minute schedule or something. But I was asked I could do it and I did it was wonderful. It was a real Joy. Wow. Yeah, just call up and say hey we've got this roll for you. Come do it. Yes, exactly. That's all too rare in the theater and film business. So have you done any other radio projects before this month? Do you know what I I don't think I have I've done radio things but mostly it has to do with interviews and commercials for I was doing but it was a complete surprise and and of wonderful one, huh? That's that's amazing. So the so the film was released in 77 and the radio drama 81. Did you ever think that Star Wars would be such a huge cultural phenomenon as it is today, you know on one level I was I was completely surprised. It's just really the the global phenomenon is something that rarely happens in the world and on another level. It makes perfect sense. It just wage has that you know, the magic. Yeah that that just draws people in and what did you like to work on home? Sure,

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"orpheum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"orpheum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I felt like getting followed around walking in an alley. You're looking over your shoulder, looking over her shoulder. That's digitally. What's happening to Donna right now. My God, this honest to goodness every website, I go onto There are four ads of the same exact thing except what they're doing is they're doing a vertical version than a horizontal version, Then sometimes right in the middle of your screen. It is ridiculous. I know what this is. Piece of art from a website and now the picture of that piece of art and all other similar products show up every single time I go through a website. That's cool. It's fun. You know, maybe should do. I think this might work. If you clear your cookies Yeah, I think that might help. So why don't you just Google how to clear cookies on And then whatever device you're talking about. Do you think I'm joking? I'm being serious. No, I just I just feel like your mansplaining a little bit. No, you need to stop it with that. You misused man, Splain. If any guy with a wiener ever offers a solution to someone who needs help. You're complaining during the break on. Oh, God. No, it's there again, so I don't know how to do it. I just went and said how to clear cookies, and then it showed me six steps on how to do it. It's Google Splaining, not mansplaining. All right, man explained to you that now it's gets projected onto me. You're helpful, Best friend. Mansplaining that's getting misused. I'm getting sick of mansplaining know right now you got me frustrated. I was feeling good. I was so frightened. Now you're bullying me Clearing your cookies will send really funny is drunk, Donald say you clear your cooking. Anyway. I want to talk about your sister know she's the president clearing or cookies right now, Let me tell you about what the Orpheum is doing in in Memphis. I think that this is really cool. So Obviously, theaters all around the country all around the world, for that matter. Shut down No productions in these places. You know they're losing money. They get money when people put butts in seats, and so they have to figure something out. So the Orpheum in Memphis Built a mini golf course on their stage in hopes of bringing customers back to the theater. They put this behind nine whole mini golf course. Okay? And they say that we're standing on the If you're there, you're standing on the on ly Broadway themed mini golf course that we know of in the world. This, according to their CEO, Brett batter, Seuin batter soon No way. Who Who is this? Archaeologists of Patterson. You'll love bread batter Seuin by I bread batter sin with traffic batter. Seuin said he thought the idea thought of the idea in a moment of desperation, but soon realized it could actually work in coordination with Health Department Corona virus safety guidelines, he said. We have an enormous amount of air. So when you think of being indoors, you think of a small space, but we have 75 feet above us right on stage at an Orpheum theater. And then we've got the whole house as well. So all of the holes or socially distance from each other, and then you know their basic mini golf holes. It's not any crazy construction, but like one has the Hamilton logo on the next one has lame is Phantom of the opera, etcetera, So it's just kind of you and it's fun for theatergoers to have an opportunity to be on. The stage at their local, you know, Orpheum theater down in Memphis, or if you could be at the Orpheum stage here, that'd be fun. Just to get that perspective. Absolutely. I usedto work for an entertainment company that would take many golf courses. And remotely and then just like go to a college campus and set it up. Really? So it was just find fun. I know you know that I have one for mini golf tournaments. I did not know that about you. Look at that. We're learning new things about one another. We really are best friends. We truly are here, My buddy. Anyway, I wanted to tell you about a local story because, you know, I know the Minnesota State Fair is doing their, you know, drive thru thing coming up through, right? Great. Yeah, that starts next. Actually, next Thursday, I believe is when that kicks off. Okay, That's really great for people who were able to get tickets for that because I know they were limited. But some Minnesota state fair favorites are going to be available during a taste of Hamlin fundraiser. That's going to benefit to local nonprofits. So the Hamlin church Dining Hall is celebrating its 123rd year and it was the very first food concession at the State Fair back in 18 97. Because before then the state fair didn't even have any food. Sure, but it's one of only two church dining hall still in operation at the Minnesota State Fair. And with the state Fair canceled, Hamlin is going to serve the bunch of their famous dishes ranging from 5 to $10 they're doing this to raise money for Emma Norton and the Sheridan story. We know that certain story. So I will link this up for you at my talk one of 71 dot com so you can learn how you can pre order online and do curbside pickup. And they're taking those pre orders through the 21st. Then they'll do it from noon to three on so you could see all the dates. I've included that On our showings page. Okay, It's pretty fun. Yeah, I thought that was really great idea. People love that place. Yeah, it's good. It's just old school, you know? It's also I mean that boy as we More not going to the fair, and I feel like almost every year. At some point, someone from the Hamlin dining Hall would Read us on stage A twin cities live and we would get something from there. We've done a couple of stories on them over the years. The bummer started set it, man. We will not be there. I will not be eating Tater tot poutine this year from top us and that my friends is or your fries. No, it's good because you're trying to get back in shape. I know, but this is what I did back in shape. I just met in shape. Or gene, Or did you mean to get my back in shape? Because when I was in Vegas in November, remember, I went out like a guy's trip I was doing announcing with live with Kelly and Ryan for their Vegas shows, took my brothers and my brother in law in one day. I am changing, and now we're in the room. I just take my shirt off and put another shirt on. We're going to the casino, right collars out and I'm changing. And then my brother in law who is living the good life as we all were in a room that was paid for by live with Kelly and right, So it is essentially like a free stay. And then he just looks at me and says, Have you seen your back lately? We will have no easy leg mine. It looks like my front. Yeah, I don't even know if what your chances would be if it was just a blind feeling contest. This's abdomen or the small of his back body. So mean to one another. You notice that, like guys could get away with being like, Hey, it looks like you've been eating well, if you if a woman said that to another woman, I know the end of the friendship. Breaking girl code. You just butt guys can get away with anything with their friends. Women have been held to an unfair standard in terms of what their size quote unquote should be. Luckily, that's changing now, but I think that's sort of rooted in In history of the unfair expectation of what a woman's body should look like throughout her life, so that then you say that and it's like Whoa! You got it, buddy. Hey, penance but our advance for what? Ching twin Sadie's life. What room will be in our you know, during the show, etcetera, etcetera. Yeah, I'll e mail you during the show for sure. Okay. I'm not sure what room I'll be in yet, but I'll let you know. I am looking at a DVD for perfect abs right now, and I think I need to get started on that front. What do you have coming up today? All food, fashion and fun. My friends it's going to be it's going to be. We're sort of celebrating, like the end of end of summer include, like an end of the summer. Bucket list some things that you want to do here in the next.

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"orpheum" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

12:40 min | 2 years ago

"orpheum" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

"No in the the chandelier is actually an absolute true story. There was an incident where a chandelier fell in the Opera House. Setting the building on fire and killing a woman. So that's actually true. She's singing to bring down the chandelier and so and there's actually news articles about that and then third are recording so in the book. And or the show there are mentions of uncovered recordings of singing's like back in that time. Well they actually uncovered I wrote pornographic recordings. But it's photograph. Think that'd be very different. And there were actually uncovered and then played in two thousand seven Eric. Fan Fiction so and that's Oh good segue because the one thing that I haven't touched on is the phantom and that's one where I'm like okay. Well there's the made up of the story. No on his deathbed larue. Give a confession in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven claiming that the story was one hundred percent true and he vowed for it on his deathbed that the fan was real and after researching people put together an actual history of Eric. And this is the one where the truth and the lies or fiction become blurred but much of this they said during research is true so. I can leave it up to. Y'All also talk about it. During debunk so. Eric was born in a small village in Normandy. He was born horribly disfigured. Just like that so. His parents abandoned him whenever he was a child. A circus took him in and for seven years. He was a circus attraction which is crazy. He escaped and worked as an architect's assistant. And that's where he actually became someone who understood architectural design. Those actually like a smart guy so he returns to France and there he so impressed Charles Gournay that he was signed on as one of the contractors to build the Opera House. Oh crazy yeah right so there. He was no longer. This deformed child was a gentleman. He wore a mask to hide his face address. Suit o'clock large felt hat like is all sounding a little bit too familiar. And maybe creepy maybe take. It says just isn't a store and there were articles of people who say that. They've actually researched this. He had his own personal box. Five at the Opera House. Yes he had a hollow column built next to it where he could come and go into the passages without being seen. He fell in love with a singer whose name was Christine Nilsson who performed at the Opera House now. It differs a little bit because according to research he actually kidnapped her and she was found three weeks later Dan shortly after she fled Paris. Yeah this election survived. But after this he was so heartbroken that he walled up the door to his apartment beneath the Opera House and he died of starvation on years later when the new opera best deal was built this apartment was supposedly discovered and they found skeleton wearing a gold ring that eric was known to wear and some say. He's still haunts the Opera House to this day. But very least we know that he haunts the imaginations of us. All Oh nerd yes. And that's the story of the Phantom of the opera. There's also there was a fiction book. I think it came out in the nineties. That was a Prequel to Phantom. Call Phantom by K. Something other and then there's android. Weber's total awful sequel. You've you've bitched about lot more. The music is great. The story is dumb but love never dies. Yeah I need to watch this phantom of the opera thing once and see what like ten times onstage? I need to see this not even the movie. I don't think so. Oh my God Yup so my first for my first store. I thought I would go. Local to us here in Phoenix so we have a number of theatres throughout the Valley. But it is this one that is well known for its ghosts and even offers ghost tours. Throughout the year I'm talking about the orpheum theatre in downtown Phoenix. You told me like an hour ago and I was like what is it. The orpheum is a Spanish revival style theatre that opened its doors in January of nineteen twenty nine the that old. Wow the one thousand three hundred and sixty four seater was initially used for Vaudeville acts as part of the orpheum circuit. Wow it was built for the owner operators J E rickards and Harry Naisse sometime in the nineteen forties. Harry Naisse some sometime in the nineteen forties. Paramount pictures bought the theatre renaming it the paramount and in the nineteen sixty s nederlander bought it to use it as a stop on the Broadway circuit. Wow Oh my God. At that time it was renamed palace West Theater until its restoration In the seventies and eighties it was sold to the corona family. A Mexican family who brought in cultural events and movies. The theater then went into disrepair. It was bought by the city of Phoenix in one thousand nine hundred eighty four restored and reopened in January of Nineteen Ninety seven with its first performance. Being held Dolly with Carol channing bought it nineteen eighty-four and then opened it in ninety seven by the fucking long remodel. Yup Bother contractor. Miss it so since then has been running with different musical acts and shows so now the ghosts The first one that people have seen experiences that of hairiness the former CO NERVE. The orpheum theater really. Yeah you see. Harry died at the age of sixty eight from two gunshot wounds. Although the coroner ruled death suicide other say that he was mysteriously shot way to gunshot wounds. It's a suicide. Tha that's why they say it's a mysterious. Well okay somebody glorify that but that is definitely a straight okay. Tell us more about Mr Harry. Nuts nays the second story office of the orpheum once belonged to Harry and now it is said he haunts that very room. People say when In or around the room that they hear male voices call out to them and talk to them others. Say they have seen a man through Through the second floor window from building across the street and have seen someone walking across parts of the floor where there is actually no four to support them. Oh Shit Really Yeah Oh damn One of the more cute ghost is that a cap a really. Yeah okay. There are accounts that say. There was a certain cat that used to hang on the construction workers in the twenty s at the time. They're rebuilding the theater with the hanging around all the time. The workers adopted it as their mascot started feeding it and named him. Tom Pump cat and now many people have reported seeing and hearing a cat in the theater they report hearing purring meows and sometimes stuff will be knocked over like a normal living cat will do. That's really pushes. The thing is The noises that the here come from places in the theater that no living animal would have any access to. Wow microwave grow Then there's a ghost they call Mattie. She has one of the most seen her ghost in the theater. It is a ghost of a woman who appears to be wearing clothing from the mid twentieth century. A she has been moving around a scene. Been moving around the balcony sometimes during rehearsals or late night performances. A few other times people have seen her sitting in the back row seats of the first floor some have said Mattie has interrupted performances people over the head tap people on the shoulder and has even been seen in some pictures. Wow in one particular encounter. A lady had left her seat intermission during a show only come back and see mattie dressed in her period clothing wanting to know more about her clothing the lady went up to the figure only to see her disappear before her very eyes how she's twentieth century. So instead of what you normally hear. She's like in like bell-bottoms like a twentieth seven. That's like the nineteen fifties sixties. Is that what I said? Maybe I was wrong. I met eighteen. Twenty hit good anyway. Whatever to this day no one has really been able to figure out. Who Mattias or why. She's still haunts the Peter. As of last year there was an encounter with a ghost. One that no one had actually reported before while someone who worked at the theater self we'll on apparition of this person as they tried to figure out who this was. Someone sent them photos of three different women who were at one time connected to the theater. Upon seeing one of the pictures the person who saw the apparition said the person in the picture was indeed the ghost he saw oo There are other people have said they've seen there but I couldn't find enough information to really talk about them and there you have it goes to the orpheum theater in Phoenix. Wow that's crazy there's a lot. Yeah and if you're ever in the area they do offer two types of ghost tours one standard sixty minute tour and the other ninety minute. Flashlight tour in. Chris commented earlier that he had trouble finding information because they try to keep information spar so they don't ruin the ghost tour so Chris just ruined the ghost. Whatever I want to be haunted just to have proof but I'm so scared so I think you would shit yourself I would goes is a great transition you know so I wanNA start off so pets come hot me and purr and then that'll be like okay. Now I'm ready for the next land. Okay now on to story number two. I'm actually talking about going local as well. I'm talking about a very small theater here but I'm thinking a lot of people have heard of maybe even performed at cold soul invictus and this stories personal because this is like the intro to this is really weird to me because I write sketch comedy for six cents. It's a sketch troupe here. And after one of the shows that we had done afterwards I was talking to some of the cast and I was mentioning the podcast and a couple of the people. And I'M GONNA give some little prompts shouts out here sandy and D and because I got so tired of Writing Sandy. I merged it into Sane de so that's what I say to me both of them with the stress of the D. So you'll know and they were like the D don't do has multiple meanings has layers. Would like they're like well. You should talk about soul invictus and I was like what's that they're like. Oh my God the we ran the theater and it was so fucking haunted. I've performed their first community theater. Show there did you really a new brain. Yup Oh interesting. Oh they talked about that a little bit so that was so they started telling me about that and I was like well. You know whatever but Gimme she's stories. Well it turns out that so many fucking people have experienced there and so finally I was like okay. This is actually really creepy. There is a lot here so that's what I was going to talk about. I was actually in a sat down to write my story and then realize that forgotten every fucking one of them so I had to reach out to them and actually write down all my stories so get into it. So soul invictus is a little intimate theatre. It's kind of near downtown Phoenix Grand. It actually has an interesting history so apparently this comes from Sandy. Thanks to them. It was apparently an artillery shelter. So the people like whenever they were there they would. You can walk around and sometimes come across emptied wasted casings of munition according to the owner. Like whenever I were taking over they actually found unspent ammunition. They're whenever they moved in. Like old ammunition so it's crazy and it's even hotter than that space itself and. Chris can attest to some of it. Is that so the front half? Is An art gallery apparently in the theaters in the back? Well for the theater space. There are no windows none at all. There's just like a door and adore in a garage and people said it's really creepy. And they do this thing that I think everyone can relate to open the doors far as you can. And then you raw before the the door closes and you can't see anything else. Totally also Janke setup for theater. The Green Room was outside with outside the Green Room and so the people outside didn't even what was going on so they had a camera pointed at the stage and people in the groomer would watch the TV to know when they went on stage and then on top of that the first year or two they said the sound and lights boots actually separated and on opposite sides of the state which is so weird. So that's the setup of it and saying D said they ran the thing for over a year and nothing happened. Nothing weird at all. It was perfectly normal but then we had something happened. That changed all that in a show called rain damage. Now here's the weird thing. It was like a little tiny original play but it was about ghosts and the ghosts in the play..

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"orpheum" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"orpheum" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Just one for thirteen during the postseason two minutes to I don't feel straight away the first pitch the middle two is right Canada base going into center field Miguel Montero going back to his Arizona diamondback days remembers he's playing the Mets and delivers a big hit it brings the tying run to the plate with two outs left hand hitting Tommy la Stella and Kristen Orpheum moves on deck again all the real grade A. B. not quite cycling around yet the user more doubles type hitters if that two of them anyway we got to get one still former Atlanta Braves I feel very deep it straight away right off the line at third first pitch on the outside right did the million given up all season to set this up during the post season so far during the regular season he batted two sixty nine sixty seven that's we are ready here's the one suite on a liner toward second he's this it's taken the opener again Murphy starts with this this is the winner of the men's game worn one final score the New York Mets for the Chicago Cubs to talk about it in a moment its radio network the dealer sports radio sixty six in one oh one nine small.

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"orpheum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"orpheum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Jason and Alexis in the morning my talking with seven one eight thirty five well couple seconds away from me chase John Stockton Kenny muted my first person did you fantastic help so glad to be police say it was me do you really want me to say yeah yeah I had to meet Donald Trump well see us those words are muted on Sam yeah I don't do it in any politics at all on my Twitter account yeah so I don't do it in my life yeah hi hi I can't do any of ya I love politics but I I have to stay away from that yeah two sides it just rule Twitter and I just can not handle it no no no black civility and I thank you on there's no civil discourse I'll I I could engage other a civil discourse but there's not and people trailer so entrenched yeah and they tried to engage me politically on Twitter and even if you're on my side I am W. it you don't want I don't want to do it it's a full time job yeah and you're never going to win someone over on Twitter I wish people just knew that you're never ever ever going to persuade somebody on Twitter it's not it's you can't do it in two fifty two hundred and forty seven characters or whatever no all you probably can't persuade anybody in real life so why are you trying to do it in two sentences are some link that's full of made up crap anyway yeah and there's so many nuances and you can't hear inflection you can your tone there's so many things missing that can be a mess interpreted it's just it's dangerous it's a rabbit hole you especially nowadays you da shouldn't go down eight thirty six but speaking of the continuing our conversation we have an unintentional femur rather intentional today in the eight o'clock hour social media now dot now this is interesting this is hi I never thought about this social media conversation don tell everyone what happened to you well I went to see Jesus Christ Superstar at the Orpheum with a friend of mine Lori and her husband and they they have season tickets and when he goes on some type of a trip during the winter shell invite me and I want to have a great ticket to see if yeah so so I would just see Jesus Christ Superstar and you know it's it's the fifty year anniversary of the show so it's been around a long time and so we you know the music and stuff I was really super impressed with the cast I had a great time it's extremely difficult to sing the music especially for guys and so I really appreciated wow I mean these are great the vocal gymnastics these people can do and I know how difficult it is to sing on stage and dance at the same time I also appreciated the choreography and I thought it was fantastic I I had a good time so I put this up on my Instagram and I said you know I tagged the Orpheum I tag to the cast as Jesus Christ Superstar tour and I twelve thousand followers and I'm hoping they see at least say thanks if they don't no big deal I want those people to walk away going I made someone feel good today by doing my job and I just loved it but what I don't understand is that people will then if they didn't like it why are they putting that on my feet why are they commenting on my post saying I hated it it was the worst thing I've ever seen I left crying so I was so upset and then someone else commenting on and they're saying I thought it was awful too if you don't like it make your own post and put it on your own Instagram I think on the line but I think it's rude because I think I'm trying to lift people up and say I have I don't put negative stuff really on social media because I just don't want people I just don't I prefer not to do that but I don't understand why people go on other people's Instagram when they're saying I am having a great time and they go I actually hated that restaurant I am about I want to say to this person is I think you have a motional problems if you cried when you left a musical could yeah so uptight wouldn't confirm that the cast plus I'm like are you a dancer are you a singer do you know what it's like to be up there and do that because it's difficult and it's it was not shell don remember when flipping this just a little bit but I'm zeroing in on one particular aspect of this remember when you Alexis and I want to see dirty dancing no body guard body guard body guard body guard the musical and I came on academy to try to serve as a laughing and I came on the next day and just ripped it like it took it apart surgically and this woman I don't think I'll ever forget this comment of this post she she then took me apart for hating the show like how I ruined her life she was I mean it was that dramatic like and I'm thinking of this because that one woman she left crying I was like man it's so sure what it's it's it's and it is our goal things that's the difference here is all we are broadcasters and were reviewing things that we see there are talking about on the air is just you doing your job but this is interesting this is an injury because like Steph said I think I don't want to do it project my intention on to their heirs but I think they think that they're just engaging with you don right the air got like have a conversation with you yeah I hate that I don't I think that they're just want to talk to all the people that are looking at my feet and they want a bigger voice because they don't or attention yeah as an aside did you guys watch member when they did the live musicals did you watch the live Jesus Christ Superstar with John legend yeah and cerebral less yes it well don it was one of the best things I've ever seen I cried great was so please find it okay like that musical it was fantastic yeah I don't particularly love the content of the musical but I just appreciated what they did with it and S. damaging and yeah yeah it's just I I thought the cure choreography matched with what they were singing about it was it was great I hate Jesus Christ Superstar sure all Hey no I there's certain musical side that's for sure we could grab that we could isolate them and.

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"orpheum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"orpheum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"orpheum" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"orpheum" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"It's sold out at the Orpheum over the past four years we got tickets right now for you if you are the seventh caller you know when a pair tickets again the show's December fifth at seven thirty PM lighting during the break my bought brother lot texted he said if you ever care to wake up let me point something out to you why do you think your version is going to be acceptable they're never going to be acceptable any of them because they never stop that's true that's a fair point one thing your dad have to do with Disney is say look we've made changes to things the second you change it though they're gonna they're all my god can you believe they didn't change this and maybe it is worse might be right just never ends so if you change the one thing in parochial what they're gonna go to another thing and all my god they're selling humans we can't do human trafficking it this is craziness it's fine just put the I'm not saying that's why I'm saying the the disclaimer is fine just put up the disclaimer and leave it yeah I mean you did your best I think I was smart by Disney six one seven two six imp what a shocker Lightnings is cut Disney's back on something I can't really one yeah racing what's that ride down a Disney the one we get in a little boat you move it like a mile an hour it takes forever it's a small world yeah I think that's it and then they they used to have like uncle Remus in there but they took that out of all the dolls well they took the thing out because it was that type of stuff is that the end of the world or is the right I don't I don't I rebel anyway because it's so old fashioned it's for you guys over you don't change it because that's all they created the park you know what I did some point derides socks so you get rid of it I think it's one of those things we do it now though just kind of like a as a home age to like look at this like cheesy old ride that is so funny like it's just like one of those things you have to kind of experience and go through it's just one of those things every single one of us is laughing right now the fact that you said home edge yeah I yeah you you had a point there lighting but it was completely lost when you set the whole image yes whatever if you could go back and edit that I buy it is a homage whatever hole I liked her the other day yeah you have trouble with the H. words I think I DO yeah let's go with the hates were problem this is Chris is great breaking for me lightning learn some I'm pondering this hi let's go back to the phones Arthur and rocklands been patient Hey Arthur welcome to VB in the middle thanks for taking my call be be in it in this case white is a hundred percent all right you are wrong sure you got you got a lead that classic so long that's why they're called classics and another thing you said nobody plays cool white needs to KQ around on the back wall some night to see how many pool tables are written by a little bit how many pool league pharaoh can't be beat okay are more people playing pool now they never more than ever they're not more than ever I mean there was a time when every house had a pool table and it is that true today VB can't really roll with me so that's all so that I don't know if that actually is true lightning I don't drink at all we're going to the table and that's were under the table comes from but what my point was that day walking to a pool hall will pool halls at the time but no cure was made we're on every street corner we go to you okay great is there one in Medford this one wins only yeah really where I know these bars with a minute all right exactly so yes there pool tables are about pool don't they have Billard their their pool there's a builder I did I'm sorry I'm not of I have a problem I really that was too much thank god marks in New Hampshire mark your next movie be all right two quick things first the outrage for the people that want to trigger warning to the same one that you know day five year old convicted gender an eleven year old can have abortions seven year old should be taught about sex point out you know look around with this video these are the same people that want drag queens reading books at their local library very I I actually I'm with you on this it's completely hypocritical okay into you know what this is all over again eighties tipper gore led the PMR C. demanding warning labels on all these record an album and wanted to do it made people go out and buy those records and albums in in huge numbers because they said all if something bad news we need to listen to it at all this is going to do it's going to make people want to watch those one more than these you know quote unquote safe edited one so if your conspiracy theorists mark do you think Disney's this is all a set up disease thought this through that they knew this would spur this conversation and then everybody would race to see dumbo when but Keogh and it would get people all fired up that way I think you're going to have to race to see them because they're going to ban on sooner or later that's what that's what's going to happen lunatics that come from the left side are going to be we can't have any of these movies anymore because they're mean you know and and forgettable room at all yeah we got to get rid of that we got to get rid of all these movies that show any bullying the show anything mean in them we can only show movies and shows now that are happy happy rainbows in unicorn than bubble gum brought the whole thing what if they touch your frosty VBA well it's not my frosty my daughter Abigail allows for a sense I mean that's Rudolph is a good one when you buy a loaf toys now is this something you'll notice about Yukon Cornelius they've actually kept it in the show I'm sorry what you're talking has a gun in his belt in the show okay does not when you buy a Yukon Cornelius toy I know this because we have several island is he had nothing nothing he has the little who was that again you could call out again one of the screen I twentieth century use me Cornelia's excuse me I was watching the Golden renaissance movies okay so todos telling John during the last break the FDR statue down in DC used to have a long cigarette holder with a cigarette yeah because that's how FDR smoke too classy look but they took that out of the statute that's because they do want to promote smoking anymore but FDR was a smoker what Churchill was a big cigar smoker but some of the stuff the Churchill now you don't see him with the car even though you would never see him without a cigar I think that's the dumbest thing I've ever heard like the day I I agree on that though that is those people weren't exactly that is their thing you may be visualized he be somebody working at Turner Classic Movies whose job all day is just to add it cigarettes out of movies yeah I mean I could easily where you're you're making movies about pot but you're taking out movies with cigarettes it's better looking the best argument you have against me is that the slippery slope on this is never ending Mike argument that I'll never give up on it but if I'm leaving the original in its unedited entirety up on the streaming service then how is an affront to you you can always get that but you also have a rated G. version of it if you want that the softer version for your youngest kids if you want to do that that's fine I'm not going to like I just don't want I don't want you removing the original okay you know I by not for removing the original either I just think they both should be there one is with there's a couple of scenes we don't love and then if you wanna go back and forth all day looking go ahead I don't care I just don't know how much of a market you're gonna have with people watching these edited movie is I don't know how much viewership they're going to get six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight we're gonna take a break more call I got to tell you before we come when we come back I got to tell you what's going on and during the rancher trust me okay yeah you but if you don't like this Disney thing way do you see what they're doing up there I'll tell you when we come back it's maybe you're in the middle on our tail afternoon from exposure by doctor patient unity the expressway cellphones busy from the tip down the Freeport street never disabled vehicle also with every tree split north on tap the brakes around the politics Jim from seven to the New York route three south bound heavy through Rocklin no problems on one twenty eight or.

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Steps TO BUILDING YOUR MARKET AND SELLING MORE

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

08:38 min | 2 years ago

Steps TO BUILDING YOUR MARKET AND SELLING MORE

"Did you sell when you were in Drexel's well started off selling car wash controller so like you know stick your car to the full service car wash and and it moves through the tunnel and all the right machine Sheen's come on at the right time they'll that was the computer I sold wanted that out and who would you sell it to gas stations or car wash those full service is car Washington there's there's a lot of dealers in that market that sell to those car washes in their local areas so those are my main customers did you like it yeah it was great I got the same benefit that my Stepdad got I I got to work from home I had a lot of flexibility I would get up early in the morning the guy I work for taught me really well he taught me how to smile and dial and how to how to get focused on it be good at it and be affected so I could get up in the morning have my a coffee start making my calls and heck by noon I was done the only thing I had to do in the afternoon was processing any orders I had taken and you know no paperwork and stuff like that and did really well and and they'll cool and what was the impetus to start your own gig young company will long story short I did well with that and then ended up getting hooked up with a software company in the energy business here in Houston it was a start up that had this Israel unique software that we were selling to gas exploration companies so now I go from seven to these you know car wash dealers are pretty small call mom and pop businesses to selling million dollar software packages two billion dollar corporations right a whole different deal so lot of learning there but ended up doing pretty well with it and we grew I hired sales people and we ended up needing a tool to keep track of things right make sure we're staying in touch with the right people at all these oil Oh companies you know very complex sale cycle with lots of influencers and all that and so we were using act way back when you know that was Umbrian Adia these kind of things back then and it was great but then we merged with a competitor and I inherited this Sir far-flung sales team where some of them were out at Denver where our corporate headquarters in Houston mom worked for Hump from home and other places and keeping them all in sync up in the same act database was a real nightmare this was right win salesforce had just I come on the market they were brand new and so we thought wow that sounds perfect for us it'll be the internet we won't have to sink anymore everything will be real time awesome it was good in those ways but it wasn't as mature as it is now and we missed a lot of the functionality -ality that act hat and so so we that's what we just decided to do is start the first online version Anna Act that's what sales next was initially I remember trying to use multi user act it was it was a great tool for an individual sales rep but right out great for a team and as an individual but then it's on your Europeans see so if anything goes wrong you have to back it up you have if it gets corrupt you're hosed examined the old days of software right yeah those before they even knew what the cloud was yeah and so how do you sell it today is it do you have a salesforce or is it more more of a marketing automation type sale advertise and then demo and close yeah I mean it's a lot of that we do a little bit of both really so you you know Pete lots of people come to our website they see our ads and and things like that at the come to our website and sign up for free trial and we they play around with it and we do demos and stuff like that but then also we're out there you know banging on doors and pursuing sort of strategic accounts and markets as well and what do you see sales people doing wrong today I mean you know it's funny thing is it hasn't really changed the it's the same things that we were doing wrong back when I was online sales person you're not doing enough prospecting you're not filling the funnel and you're not following up enough that's the two main things today where we see the most low hanging fruit is you know in any sales organization right you go your especially in outbound sales organization where you're cold calling or knocking on doors or going doing a lot of networking or trade shows you know you're going through a lot of leads you're talking to a lot of people and you only close maybe twenty twenty five thirty percent of so that means eighty or seventy percent of all the people you engage with don't become customers and most sales teams even today basically basically throw them away you know they're not doing anything to stay in touch with those people because they're so focused on who am I going to close this month right yeah and and that's that so many of the things that we sell our event based meaning that you cultivate a need and a desire and you have to be there at that time that its surface yeah a lot of education a lot of persuasion a lot of transfer of ownership and that those long long time gaps it's easy to forget them it's easy to deprioritize them right and some of it we should but in the more ambitious just one of us should be able to do both yeah well it's a great point you're bringing up especially in a technology sale of some sort where there is a lot of that education that goes on boy you invest so much in creating that awareness and need in the customer's mind and if they choose not to act right now for all kinds of reasons could be budget could be things that you're not in control of but you've made that huge investment so if all you do is just kind of stay in contact with them so that when the time's right for them they they call you then that's magic and now today with with technology like ours and others you can automate that right where they're just get an email from you once a month that's kind of given them the opportunity to tell you the time is right if if I ignore orpheum emails from you and then also on the sixth one I download the PDF or watch your video or something that's me saying times right you should call me and one of the best pieces of sales advice I ever got was from a manager who said you know you got the the elephant hunters over there that wasn't really me and then he got the guy who chases everything and nobody has time for that I try and focus on the ones that can and will close and as many any of those as you can sure in on that I that stuck with me because the elephant hunting too risky and working working eighty hours a week doesn't really scale right especially you like to hunt right I know you you WanNa you WanNa let lecture sales people like you say just focus on the ones who have a strong need now enter closeable and let technology take care of you know keeping them in front of a much larger audience than they ever could on the phone or manual though and that's it I think today with technology and you know we have just the opposite problem that we had fifteen years ago where we had no data today okay we have too much data right and even when I got started in sales we had zero data you could by phone books wasn't the Internet it was hard finding the main number never mind somebody's number

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"orpheum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"orpheum" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"orpheum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"orpheum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"orpheum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"orpheum" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"orpheum" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"orpheum" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Outlined at the Orpheum theatre in better communicating with the public and better handling certain situations and the Phoenix city council voted on this one of them is a commission a a commission a public opinion survey about the police department how it and you know we're all parents here how often do you let your kids say well you're being mean mom so you should change the way your your your you know your disciplining me or something like like how serious should Gerry Williams take a public opinion because you know they're always people that say the cops are this the copter this the cops are this is they're gonna hire firms to go over these like right I don't know what their popularity polls or what have you right and at some point you can't be of a you can't be your kids friend you have to be the parent so how seriously does chief Williams need to take these public opinion pieces when you know people are gonna be out there saying I love the cops I support the blue line and other people say cops are bad they're always out to get us how much they take that into consideration two words always look at constructive criticism is this I hate college because I hate cops or is this I had this experience and this is what occurred there's the purpose behind it I equate it to when I was on a bike squad we'd go into a neighborhood thinking we knew what the problem was we know you're having problems with burglaries and that's what you care about you find out what they really care about was the plate which was there the the graffiti on the walls which kind of led to this sense that this place is vulnerable and can be victimized so sometimes community can tell the police correctly what the problems are so so if we just talk about what the two things that we discussed it sounds like it's information gathering the first part of it was you know we're gonna keep an eye and every officer we're gonna put it into a database that's information gathering then we're talking about will give a public poll in your you know Darren you made a good point we going to these neighborhoods and you find out what they really want that's information gathering is all the information gathering gonna do anything yet is communication and what are they not doing that now they are but you when there's a problem then sometimes you don't see the forest for the trees you don't realize what issues is so no problem with going back you know you don't have to reinvent the wheel we have service that we talk with him and we have those things we have open communications this could very well fix it but there's new technology that will allow us to do things better and that's the key here is that second item on the the full plan which is modernizing technology to allow the police to do a job safer better all right that's retired Phoenix a police sergeant Derren.

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"orpheum" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"orpheum" Discussed on KCRW

"Just like heaven is this weekend's a whole looks like a whole category of bands that would maybe Coachella, but they're not. So there in Long Beach this Friday and Saturday, and we heard three bands from the just like heaven Bill Phoenix with trying to be cool and GMC and time to pretend from their debut album, arugula spectacular and Mike snow return with that's uncalled logic. And they'll be at just like heaven the set times have just been announced. My thanks to the scene star for tipping me on this announcement. So you can plan out your days, whether you're going on Friday or Saturday to Queen Mary park in Long Beach for just like heaven, a solid solid lineup for the inaugural. Just like heaven festival this weekend in Long Beach began the set with lissi and her cover of league, max dreams, and she is live tonight at Largo. If you wanna check her out, supporting the piano, retrospective win. I'm alone. That's lissi on KCRW KCRW sponsors include neater land, or concerts and live nation, presenting Yang tears in live in concert Friday may tenth at the orpheum theatre in downtown LA Yang tear Sohn live at the orpheum. Tickets available now at TicketMaster dot com. Support comes from the hammer museum. It's the last chance to see the exhibition. Alan rubers, Berg, intellectual property closing may twelve from sculptures photos drawings and collages to immersive installations made over the past fifty years. This major retrospective offers an unprecedented. Look at the pioneering artists, Alan Rupert. Berg intellectual property. Closing may twelfth at the hammer. Details at hammer the pitch dot UCLA right now. dot But EDU support KCRW hammer museum you have a chance to free go to for good. a C L catch Jenny Lewis team Son. Impala Cardi B. The cure childish Gambino guns and roses, Robin Don't make. and.

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"orpheum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"orpheum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Do you feel like you're in Cuba? Down Havana way chocolate is it little talk. Yeah. It's I I actually really like it. But you can only have like one full Cup, and then you're done. And then you gotta move to the pods. Oh, you said the. Then you gotta start on the drawing. Gotta get. What? Drugs. A lot of things actually we think about it. Ace couple pot, but I would say trots. Too much of that coffee. After he. Mike is ambitious. It's generous and supportive. Oh my God. What nice little hug of a Cup of coffee. It's great. That's always the question coffee or done. Yeah. You know? I just wanted to tell you something. Can you tell us about your hell delis? To help you. Bradley what Hello. Bradley. Tonight. We went to see Hello. Dolly the orpheum. Oh my God. It was so wonderful. Okay. So, you know, theater reviews. There's everybody has their own take like I heard a half dozen takes last night during and after the show. Hello, Dolly, which is currently at the orpheum theater. This is a production. I've been wanting to see forever. And of course, I wish I could have seen it on Broadway. It's just finished an August. And of course, none other than Bette midler sort of you know, made that role on Broadway along with like Bernadette Peterson. I think a couple other people who did the row before it left, but it came to Minnesota and last night was opening night with Betty Buckley. And who was amazing? It was everything you want out of I would say it's like classic. I chronic old school musical like if you because somebody said like, I'm not a big fan of classic old musicals where. Stance around in. Musical. That's what a musical is. Honey. You don't have lasers, and you know, spandex it's not xanadu for God's.

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"orpheum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:24 min | 3 years ago

"orpheum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Show. First came to the US where it found its permanent American Home at the orpheum theatre here. New york. It sends become a landmark in the east village and part of the city's identity stomp has made such a place for itself in the city that commemorates twenty fifth anniversary here mayor de Blasios will be declaring Wednesday February twenty seventh stop day. Celebrate the anniversary of joined now by stops founders those to Brighton buskers, Luke Cresswell and Steve, Mick nNcholas. Welcome guys. How the anniversary. Thank you. What do you think about having a day in New York named after your show is amazing? This is great. What did you think? When you first heard that you were going to have a day in New York named stop day. I just think you know, when we first arrived it twenty five years ago in in the middle of a huge snowstorm. And if you told me that one day. That day would be celebrated like so wouldn't have believed you, so let's roll it all the way back to the beginning. So you guys were in a group together. And according to your website, I'm going to read this included, a Heineken commercial and a band called. Pook snack and burger. What does pootie snack in burger? Let's start there. That was a street vendors of busking band. We used to play in the streets. Brighton. London, Paris, we've played around Europe. And but that was kind of regular instruments at least I played regular inched played guitar and sang and Luke was the drummer without band, but because we were mobile street band. He couldn't play a regular kit. So he decided to get onto the great thing. Breaking things I've seen the pass five minutes. There is nothing on your side of the console that Luke is not tried tried out. So well, maybe there is something that you get some more ideas. So what was going on your lives? You were you were young musicians trying to make it with this just something that you did for fun brightens of a beach town, right? Yeah. It was I guess it was quite a behemoth thing to be doing time, I'm older than looks. I wasn't cost you, and he he was young men. But yeah, it was it was it was fun. But we we we were actually making a living street, and how did it make the leap from being something that you're doing on the street to something you thought we can contain this in a theater? I figured when festival which is a big festival, and we'll beach we started a street performance there. And then because it was excessive where we slowly dragged into a venue, performing a venue and a slow just experimenting with ideas. And and we realize that when when we wanted to which Trump together, it was a place to start it. So we went to Edinburgh Ninety-one. And that was why I sort of could his legs as we saw the two groups and particularly a mime group called moving pitcher, mom, we'd loved the work. We look what they did. And and the way they could travel around the world with these wordless show. So we're really funny really entertaining, really captivating. And we thought well, we're kind of what we do. How can we apply? What we know? And what we do to that same kind of arena. Where can we go with it for people haven't seen it? I mean, the the venue is really important. It's not just the stage, and you guys have some tubs and some. Mops and some plungers. It's every part of the stage becomes part of the show the stage itself becomes an instrument. How did you go about designing it looks like chaos, but it is clearly controlled and planned chaos. Important that the state becomes a drum that the actual the whole the whole host of the whole set whole field is an instrument that you you can perform the compound so if you can use so you start with your body. So use your hands your body anything you want to do. But then she got stuff hanging his base of junk. And it's really just looking at objects in a different way and seeing him in a different way. But everyday object. So are they what I like about? It is after you've seen the show you then look at things in a slightly different way. And you listen to things are slightly different way. And it was important to us. So when you walk into the theater, and you look at the set that anything that's hanging down on the set potentially an instrument, and we want the audience to feel that anything is potentially playable. My guess we're lu- Cresswell Steve mcnichols the founder of stop. So tomorrow as a special show is there anything going to be aside from the day being stomped day special about the show. No, I don't think so tomorrow tomorrow's gonna be a regular show. But we've got on Sunday with doing a special show where we have. I think there's over eighty stunt performers turning up from all over America. To basically get back together. Again, a Thon. Stumper film. So it's just it's really a union. So it's from people performing the show over the twenty five years. We'll get together to have a party. What does it take to become a stomp perform I saw this past weekend with my son? And I just a everybody's got these amazing guns. All the arms are. Is there a stop academy? How do you become adding learn to do that? Well, when we we hold auditions, we don't have a regular traditional auditions we hold workshops, and so we'll have like maybe twenty thirty people. Come and we'll hold a half hour workshop, and it's really just teaching them things from the show and experiment in. And we basically look for people seem like they they like the way we work, and they fit with the way we were. So we just really want people to turn up a sense of humor since rhythm and a good pair of. It's definitely should warn. You the now show currently we have an awful lot performance who saw the show when they were ten years old and decided that they wanted to do so great. That's so great. It's interesting having seen it a million years ago. And and seeing again when it when it first came out in the nineties, it definitely felt like the east village. Probably, you know, by way of London laypeople looked in the clothing. And when I saw it again, this this time, I thought, okay. This is the two thousand nineteen version of young people and what they wear and what they look like is it. I think there's an F ethos about it. Absolutely. I think the best thing about storm from what's lasted so long as the performance make it around. And I think if you look at the show when I was performing in ninety four, and we didn't we didn't dress any way other than the way we just dressed normally. And that was just, but it just so happened to fit in with these village than it did with Broadway style vibe and now the performers fit into today. And it definitely makes this show. More unique for that reason, we don't have a costume designer we can guidelines for costumes, but every every performer is responsible for their own costume. So they they choose her own clothes, and they'll they'll they'll luckily stylishly rip their clothes or whatever. But basically that show as the show progresses for the is it the look of the show constantly changes. And kind of stays today as the show grew and evolved, you know, other shows like like blue man group, they they sold. Lament group to Cirque du Soleil, and you folks haven't sold it to anyone. Correct. Correct. Why did you make that decision? You probably could have made a lot of money. I think we might have commitment. I think once you might have commitment to those performance once edition and give up their time, and they put that work. And then we we need to be there to protect it. And I think I don't think we'll get to protect the show if we sold it to the thing, I think that's the problem, and then everything changes to Vegas. Vegas, and it didn't it sort of worked for a couple of years a great time. But I think people find it very difficult. Go into glitzy Vegas and insane. A of people playing trash cans, it didn't didn't really fit. So yeah. No. I I think we're we're very much a family stop. And I think you want to keep it like that. And I think I'd rather I'd rather than it was sold to a big conglomerate. Yeah, when we started the show, we we made a real conscious decision that we wanted to retain creative control and always being control of the show. So I think it's benefited from that we we turned down a lot more opportunities than we take up. And so we've kept the show true to itself. They've books have both have gone on to do many other things in your career as as producers having production companies. Can you share a couple of projects people might know off over? No, we w we love films onto the underwater. So really passionately instinct did so we ended up working on some AmEx films, which you and vote and that was that was a joy because you were just traveling around the world shooting things that you care about conservation issues. Acidification of the ocean, all sorts of stuff. Yeah. We we kind of we kind of dragged into the world because. One of our producers of the orpheum was also a producer of an I max movie through a Michael Jordan to the max. And he said to his never thought about looking maximum. We're actually we always intending to to look at on film. And we we were really interested in our next. And so the first phone we made was called pulse. And that listen. Well, Tom we described it as a National Geographic rhythm. We went around the world, and we filmed dramas in Brazil in Africa and India and made a kind of a real spectacle. But also mazing kind of wall of sound. So that that experience pulled his into that world. It's interesting you've made these amazing films. But for some folks, you were the stop guys and a lot of people someone to run away from their past like, I don't want to do that anymore. I want to be this this person. How do you guys feel about that? You've created something that you were always going to be associated with fine because it's not it's not alter ego. It it's something that comes from us. I mean, I think stump bladen is part of our lives. And and and I mean, I'm a drummer number perform on a writer, and I'm always going to look at things the way the way I look at stone. So I I don't think you can never hide from that as part of your life. And I think it's the same. We stay with been committed to for a long time. I think one of the advantages furrows is is that we will down the street, and people don't know we have anything to do with mean. If you look at me, you'd never say, oh, that's looks like a stump gun. So essentially, quite easy to disappear not appear to have any connection with it. So it's just fine. So Luke you came in here. Sat down. Started smacking on stuff. Stuff in front. I've been set up. Couldn't resist would you mind mind giving bit of? We have a pen..

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"orpheum" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"orpheum" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Weekly listener. Can you guess which described them too? I'll I'll say one of those stars represents the petite bourgeoisie. The four bars on the White House. Also double for the four pillars of the show from when Sorkin set it up the bars behind which we hope our current president will one day. There's a lot of symbolism on this thing and the two horizontal bars is supposed to be the two hosts. Richie's on top. As he said. I call top bunk. My favorite thing though about this flag. It has a flag. So go see Lindsey after the show if you wanna get one of these there are we can sign it. But then it'll have letters on it and be far less against. Flag. Am I wrong? Or did. You turn me on to Eddy Izard. I did right. And I think through dressed to kill which and it was when he shot it here when he did he I right? Exactly this incredible. Solti of as dressed to kill concert. It was taped at the orpheum theater at it includes this piece, that's how you build an Emba we stole countries with a cunning use of flags. Sil- round the world and stick a flag in I claim India for Britain mega you count. Klay miss. We live. Five hundred million of us. You have a flag..

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