4/29/13-Broadcast #19-Interview with Gail Golden, Todd Fuller and Jamie Nablo
The Voices joins writer, actor, director and film producer Gail Golden. Live from Bittner Hall, Gail discusses her career and the inspiration behind writing and producing the locally made feature-film, GIVE AND TAKE. Tapped by the American Repertory Theater of WNY to direct Ron Hutchinson's wickedly hilarious MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS, Gail is also joined by actors from the production, Todd Fuller and Jamie Fuller. All three discuss the work, the characters highlighted in the piece and their careers. Audio clips from the interview feature David C Mitchell, Todd Fuller, Jamie Nablo and Guy Wagner. For more information on MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS please visit www.artofwny.org (56:00)
3/27/13--Recorded Talkback With Composer Michael John LaChiusa
The Voices of WNY Artists Internet Broadcast carted its rusty, musty analog dynamic mics to record a March 15th talk-back featuring the Tony and Drama Desk nominated and Grammy Award winning composer Michael John LaChiusa following and evening performance of his musical FIRST LADY SUITE presented by the American Repertory Theater of WNY. In this historical first-ever WNY talk-back, Western New York native Michael John LaChiusa shares his thoughts on the piece, the inspiration that created the musical and fielded questions from audience members. Included in the talkback are music segments from the original cast recording of FIRST LADY SUITE. Total time 1:00.
2/4/13-Broadcast #17- Interview with Ron Kowalewski, Angel Lee and Reverend Johnny Scotch
As part of Carnival celebration, The Voices is dedicating show #17 to the Mardi Gras season with an interview with Ron Kowalewski, accordionist/lead singer, for the Buffalo based Black Rock Zydeco as he discusses the band, Louisiana and Mardi Gras. Live recordings from Black Rock Zydeco's Milkie's Elmwood Lounge is feature throughout the interview including the band's original "Two-Step Gorilla". Voices special guest Angel Lee Lee returns with the legendary Johnny Scotch as the two discuss how to celebrate Mardi Gras. Music featured in the broadcast include File, Professor Longhair, Dixiedelics, Boozoo Chavis, Dash Rip Rock, Cowboy Mouth, with poetry by Josephine Copeland read by Arna Botempts, spoken word piece “Mardi Gras Raven” by Illusion Fields and a segment from "Gumbo Ya Ya" by Buffalo actor Gary Darling. (1:00)
1/22/13-Broadcast #16-Interview with Castmembers of JESUS HATES ME
The Voices visits castmembers from American Repertory Theater of WNY’s production of JESUS HATES ME live from Bittner Hall, in Buffalo NY, and discusses the show as they share their views on the characters, the script and add how they created the characters. Live segments from the production are included featuring the talents of Matthew Kindley, Maura Nolan, Priscilla Young Anker, Bryan Figueroa and Anthony Alcocer. As a first, The Voices is joined by University of Buffalo journalist, Peter Shapiro as he offers his questions to the castmembers. JESUS HATES ME is written by Wayne Lemon. For more information on the production please visit www.artofwny.org Get the latest iTunes by clicking HERE (48:00)
12/21/12 Broadcast #15-At The End of the World Broadcast
Special guests share their thoughts on the impending Mayan Apocalypse. Join Buffalo musician Bob Kupczyk, cast members, Bryan Figueroa, Matt Kindley, Maura Nolan, Jacob Kahn and Priscilla Young-Anker, of American Repertory Theater of WNY's JESUS HATES ME and Voices contributor Eric Evinczik as they offer their take on The End of Days. Local music featured Dick Whiskey. Other Apocalyptic music selections include Lords of the New Church, The Clash, REM and The Doors. (52:00)
11/26/12-Broadcast #14-Interviews with Eric Evinczik and Angel Lee Lee
In this broadcast The Voices interviews Eric aka Easy E Evinczik as he responds to a Buffalo News article written by Arts Critic Colin Dabkowski. In the article Dabkowski offers his thoughts on local art exhibits over the fall season. Eric gives his take on these exhibits and the artists featured in the galleries. In the final interview of a three part series focusing on the 2012 presidential election, The Voices political analyst Angel Lee Lee offers her final thoughts on the recent election and offers some fashion tips to the winners and losers. Featured music in the broadcast is from local band Screamin' Lord Butch and His Howling Monkey Men. The Voices is offering one more opportunity for folks to take part in the Peoples Review. For more information on this project visit http://wnyvoices.info/reviews/pr.html (1:00).
10/30/12-Broadcast #13-Interviews with Steven Sitzman, Cast-Members of The Dead English, Angel Lee Lee
The Voices of WNY Artist Internet Broadcast will be featuring an interview with castmembers of THE DEAD ENGLISH, Steven Copps, Anthony Alcocer, Jenny Kulwicki, Steven Brachmann and musical composer, Steven Sitzman as they discuss the production and share their thoughts on the process behind the project. Also featured are three live recorded musical numbers from THE DEAD ENGLISH including Young and English (sung by Steven Brachmann), Another Drink Please (Steven Copps and ensemble) and I Wanna Be An Ocean Tide (Hannah Sharp). Political Analyst Angel Lee Lee will also join The Voices to discuss her thoughts on the recent presidential debates and make a bold prediction on the election. You can download the series on iTunes by clicking https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/voices-wny-internet-broadcast/id547939612?mt=2 or go to the website at http://wnyvoices.info/
9/11/12 Broadcast #12-Interview with Victor Morales and Andrea Andloina, Eric EvinCzik
Joining the Voices for the officially one-year old broadcast are Buffalo actors Victor Morale and Andrea Andolina. In their interview, they discuss the recent American Repertory Theater of WNY’s production of Anne Nelson’s reflective work on 9/11 and two individuals dealing with the emotional aftermath.Longtime Voices favorite Eric Evinczik offers his thoughts on upcoming Western New York artist’s exhibits and showings. In a three part series the Voices is joined by political analyst Angel Lee Lee, as she gives her insight on the upcoming American presidential campaign. For further information on The Voices of WNY Artists go to TheVoices Facebook page or go to www.wnyvoices.info.