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36 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
L Morgan Lee - Part 2 "Finding Grace"
Obie Award-Winning Actress L Morgan Lee joins host Aaron Salazar for Part 2 of their in-depth July conversation as L Morgan continues to ruminate on the industry, the core of her beliefs about the art of acting, plus so much more. Join us for this candid conversation with the brilliant L Morgan Lee. 👉🏾 GET SOCIAL WITH 4FS PODCAST 👈🏾
38 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
L Morgan Lee - Part 1
Obie Award-Winning Actress L Morgan Lee joins host Aaron Salazar on 4FS Podcast Season 2 as our July Guest Co-Host. Don't miss this in-depth conversation. Want to know more about L Morgan? 👉🏾 Get Social with us here 👈🏾
42 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Episode 17: A Union "Calls" with Davon Williams
The conversation continues with Theatre Artist, Actor, AEA Delegate & Activist Davon Williams, we dive into the origin story of how his hot topic show: The Receipts with Davon Williams came to be from a brush with death, and how he is working from within his union to spearhead change. Hosted by AKS Productions Founder Aaron Salazar. Get to know us more:https://www.instagram.com/directorsalazarhttps://www.thereceiptswithd.com/
45 minutes | Apr 4, 2021
Episode 16: #Action
We are back!!! Season 2 kicks off Spring with the Brilliant Davon Williams, and host Aaron Salazar talking #Action!Find out more by visiting us on Instagram @4FS_Podcast
86 minutes | Oct 25, 2020
Episode 15: Gawd D*mmit.
Award Wining NYC Composer & Lyricist Rona Siddiqui ignites the conversation as our October Guest Co-Host with Show Host Aaron Salazar as we put our anxieties on the shelf with the pending election, and move our focus to theatre and art for this episode.Rona talks about her new Podcast coming soon, her recent position at BerkleeNYC, and we bring it home with our thoughts on imposter syndrome and how to work through the fears that come with being an artist.This just skims the surface of this candid conversation in Episode 15. Learn more about the artists on Instagram @4FS_Podcast ...alright, here we go!
86 minutes | Oct 18, 2020
Episode 14: A Dense Slice
October Guest Co-Host Composer & Lyricist Rona Siddiqui (Jonathan Larson Grant and Billie Burke Ziegfeld award recipient and ASCAP Foundation Harold Adamson Lyric Award, music director of the Off-Broadway Pulitzer Prize-winning A Strange Loop at Playwrights Horizons) continues the October conversation with Host Aaron Salazar (Award Wining Theatre Director, Featured in the New York Times, Producing Artistic Director www.poseidontheatrecompany.com) We unpack a lot in this "Dense Slice" of cake of an episode, discussing everything from the parallel of the political climate in Afghanistan and the U.S. to the power of forgiveness, and everything in between. Listen in on this intimate candid conversation.SHOW Instagram @4fs_podcastAaron's IG @directorsalazarRona's IG @crazyfingers10
86 minutes | Oct 11, 2020
Episode 13: A "Muppet" Heart
And we're back! And better than ever with our October Guest Co-Host the brilliant RONA SIDDIQUI she is a composer/lyricist based in NYC. She is a recipient of the Jonathan Larson Grant and Billie Burke Ziegfeld award. She was named one of Broadway Women's Fund's Women to Watch and is currently an MTF Maker. Her show Salaam Medina: Tales of a Halfghan, an autobiographical comedy about growing up bi-ethnic in America, had a reading at Playwrights Horizons (dir. by Raja Feather Kelly). Other musicals include One Good Day, The Tin, and Treasure in NYC. She is the recipient of the ASCAP Foundation Harold Adamson Lyric Award, Mary Rodgers/Lorenz Hart Award and ASCAP Foundation/Max Dreyfus Scholarship. She has written pieces for Wicked's 16th anniversary commemoration Flying Free, 24 Hour Musicals, Prospect Theater Company, The Civilians, NYC Gay Men's Chorus, and 52nd St Project, and has performed concerts of her work at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Feinstein's/54 Below. Original scores include The Vagina Monologues, Middletown and The Good Person of Szechuan. Rona music directed the Off-Broadway Pulitzer Prize-winning A Strange Loop for which she received an Obie along with the cast and creative team (Playwrights Horizons), Bella: An American Tall Tale (Playwrights Horizons), and Who's Your Baghdaddy: Or How I Started the Iraq War (St. Lukes Theatre). She has orchestrated for Broadway Records, Broadway Backwards, NAMT and Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera. www.ronasiddiqui.comRona brings her light, and laughter to kick off October with Host Aaron Salazar (Award Wining Theatre Director, Featured in the NY TIMES, Producing Artistic Director of Poseidon Theatre Company) we dive into everything from the current state of politics, self-love, the importance of finding your inner joy, and how comedy is key to Rona's style of storytelling. This and so much more. Happy FALL!Follow us on www.instagram.com/4fs_podcast
78 minutes | Sep 26, 2020
Episode 12: A Perfect Dozen
Broadway Actress Morgan Siobhan Green (Broadway in Be More Chill, Regional & Off-Broadway in "Moby Dick" at American Repertory Theater, Pipeline Theatre Company "Folk Wandering" at A.R.T./NY, "Between The Lines" at KCRW, "Sweetee" Signature Theatre Company & "Missed Connections" at New Ohio Theatre). Joins Host Aaron Salazar (Award-Winning Theatre Director & Producer Featured in the New York Times) bringing her time as September Co-Host to a close with our 12th Episode. Morgan and Aaron usher in the fall taking on subjects head-on including paying tribute to RBG, racism, the power of individuality as a theatre artist, the crafting of performance and production, the importance of amplification in our community, we learn more about Morgan's dog "Pip", and talk about examples of icons of theatre who have been allowed to take up their space by being authentic to themselves as artists. Plus so much more. This conversation is off the hook! Jump in and join us for Episode 12. Much love! Follow us on www.instagram.com/4fs_podcast
86 minutes | Sep 19, 2020
Episode 11: The Audacity of Joy
Broadway Actress Morgan Siobhan Green (Broadway in Be More Chill, Regional & Off-Broadway in "Moby Dick" at American Repertory Theater, Pipeline Theatre Company "Folk Wandering" at A.R.T./NY, "Between The Lines" at KCRW, "Sweetee" Signature Theatre Company & "Missed Connections" at New Ohio Theatre). Joins Host Aaron Salazar (Award-Winning Theatre Director & Producer Featured in the New York Times) as she keeps the conversation going as our September Guest Co-Host for Episode 11.In this Episode Morgan and Aaron unpack and unpack and unpack, covering a variety of topics. Highlights include: what it means to have the audacity of joy, which was sparked by Patti LaBelle & Gladys Knight on Verzuz, what it means to create identification within one's work as an artist, the complexities of spirituality vs religion, and how the abstract can oftentimes create a more nuanced and penetrating story to an audience & Morgan and Aaron talk about their latest projects, bringing it home with thoughts on their ancestors. That's just a taste of what's in store.Follow us on www.instagram.com/4fs_podcast
80 minutes | Sep 12, 2020
Episode 10: Art & Authenticity
Broadway Actress Morgan Siobhan Green (Broadway in Be More Chill, Regional & Off-Broadway in "Moby Dick" at American Repertory Theater, Pipeline Theatre Company "Folk Wandering" at A.R.T./NY, "Between The Lines" at KCRW, "Sweetee" Signature Theatre Company & "Missed Connections" at New Ohio Theatre). Joins Host Aaron Salazar (Award-Winning Theatre Director & Producer Featured in the New York Times) as she keeps the conversation going as our September Guest Co-Host.This week we take a deep dive into the art of theatre, what authenticity means to us, the misconception of monolith mentality in the industry, maintaining one's own joy, and our hopes for the future of our beloved theatre industry. Plus so much more.Follow us on www.instagram.com/4fs_podcast
103 minutes | Sep 5, 2020
Episode 9: Heart & Fire
THIS MONTH The Legend in the making Morgan Siobhan Green brings her fierce talent, humanity, knowledge & artistry to the show, for ALL of September as our Guest Co-Host!Morgan has had an incredible life in the arts thus far working in and with a truly varied and impressive myriad of theatres creators & directors including Tony Award nominees Joe Iconis, Dave Malloy, Jeff Calhoun, Patricia Birch, Drama Desk Award Winner Stephen Brackett & Tony Award Winner for Hadestown Rachel ChavkinHer work includes performing on Broadway in Be More Chill, Regional & Off-Broadway in "Moby Dick" at American Repertory Theater, Pipeline Theatre Company "Folk Wandering" at A.R.T./NY, "Between The Lines" at KCRW, "Sweetee" Signature Theatre Company & "Missed Connections" at New Ohio Theatre to name a few.Morgan has been a teacher in Brooklyn and the Bronx continuing her advocating and educational reach to community building through the arts. She is also a multi-instrumentalist and writer. (What can't she do is the question)Host Aaron Salazar (Award-Winning Director-Producer, Featured in the New York Times) and Morgan set a match and ignite September with an unflinching conversation, unpacking everything from the iconic musical duo Chloe x Halle, Morgan's experience with the beloved late Chadwick Boseman, the warning signs of cult mentality, the conflict of being a non-white G.O.P. voter during this election, covert racism, single-issue voters, and the problem with institutional training as an individual and a person of color in the college machine when pursing the arts.Get ready for a September that you will not want to miss!Follow us on www.instagram.com/4fs_podcast
88 minutes | Aug 29, 2020
Episode 8: A Hopeful Kiki
Host Aaron Salazar (Award-Winning Theatre Director-Producer Featured in the New York Times, New York Daily News & New York Post), Danny Marin (Award-Winning Producer, Actor & Founder of Con Limón Productions) & Cheech Manohar (Broadway triple threat currently playing ‘Kevin G” in Mean Girls the musical & upcoming Screenwriter) Bring August to a close with Episode 8: A Hopeful Kiki. We start off this rollicking conversation with some much-needed levity before we discuss how to be actionable during these crucial days leading up to the election, and how social media can be a double-edged sword, talk about how Black Lives Matter is not a trend while sharing our thoughts about Jacob Blake, underlining how important it is to make sure that well-meaning Allyship doesn’t become harmful, and the many forms of advocacy & follow through with actionable steps to make a difference, which leads to us unpacking “grading yourself” when you are behind closed doors. The Census makes it way into the conversation and so does Cardi B. Part 1 comes to a close with a message from a dear listener giving the show incredible feedback and encouragement as we wax poetic about what the journey has been for this platform. *Meditation Break* Part 2 turns into a big theatre/show biz love fest Kiki as the “brown brotherhood” expounds on the value of camaraderie, the deep and real need to be supportive, and the deep gratitude they all have for each other. This is just a taste of this jam-packed end of August conversation. Stay in touch with us: http://tinyletter.com/4fspodcastFollow us on IG: https://www.instagram.com/4fs_podcast/
87 minutes | Aug 22, 2020
Episode 7: DNC & NYC
Host Aaron Salazar (Award-Winning Theatre Director-Producer Featured in the New York Times, New York Daily News & New York Post) continues the conversation with August Guest Co-Hosts, Danny Marin (Award-Winning Producer, Actor & Founder of Con Limón Productions) & Cheech Manohar (Broadway triple threat currently playing ‘Kevin G” in Mean Girls the musical & upcoming Screenwriter) as they jump into Episode 7 and dive into the DNC featuring Michelle Obama’s incredible and inspiring keynote speech, they wax poetic on the feeling of hope and how their collective feelings about Joe Biden have evolved in the last weeks. The conversation moves to the historic nomination of Kamala Harris for Vice President! Jumping into the crossroads of this election and how voter suppression via the harm being done USPS is a clear indication that we have a fight ahead of us to turn the tide of the current administration. Following our popular "meditation break", Part 2 of the conversation continues as 3 New Yorkers expound on our thoughts on the notion that our beloved NYC is “Dead” according to some who have fled back to their hometowns. This is just a taste of what we have in store. Jump in and find out the full story for yourself. Stay in touch with us: http://tinyletter.com/4fspodcastFollow us on IG: https://www.instagram.com/4fs_podcast/
86 minutes | Aug 15, 2020
Episode 6: Pandemic Thoughts
Host Aaron Salazar (Award-Winning Theatre Director-Producer Featured in the New York Times, New York Daily News & New York Post) continues August with the wonderful duo of Guest Co-Hosts: Danny Marin (Award-Winning Producer, Actor & Founder of Con Limón Productions) & Cheech Manohar (Broadway triple threat currently playing ‘Kevin G” in Mean Girls the musical & upcoming Screenwriter) PART 1 of The conversation continues in this episode about the current state of the world and the latest startling information about THE PRICE OF HEALTH DURING A PANDEMIC and how that ties to systems of systemic oppression in the U.S.. This leads us into discussing the social fall out of the our current crisis & how CANCEL CULTURE has crept its way into local figures in the arts community. After our “Meditation Break” PART 2 continues the conversation as we pull away the veil about what it has been like as an ARTIST & HUMAN COPING IN A PANDEMIC and how important it is to allow the love of the people around you into your life to help keep you spirit afloat during a crisis. This is just a taste of what we have in store for your on Episode 6 of "4FSPodcast".Join the conversation and add your thoughts and suggestions for topics send us a DM on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/4fs_podcast/ Your suggestions may be used on a future episode and we will make sure to give you a shout out on the show! Stay in the loop with new Episode Alerts by joining our email list: http://tinyletter.com/4fspodcast
83 minutes | Aug 7, 2020
Episode 5: Gen X-Y-Z
August brings together 3 generations to the microphonesGen X, Y & Z embodied by:Host Aaron Salazar (Award-Winning Theatre Director-Producer Featured in the New York Times, New York Daily News & New York Post)Danny Marin (Award-Winning Producer, Actor & Founder of Con Limón Productions) & Cheech Manohar (Broadway triple threat currently playing ‘Kevin G” in Mean Girls the musical & upcoming Screenwriter) Episode 5 is dense and chock full of hot topics we discuss:(03:28) Danny’s “Elevator Pitch” (05:26) Cheech’s “Elevator Pitch”(09:15) The implications and importance of what the possible Tik Tok shut down means and it’s perceived threat to the current administration (23:29)(26:03) The Vote: How third party voting will be detrimental to the 2020 election and how “Settling” for Biden is paramount. (40:48) The fall out from the 2016 election to marginalized communities we represent on the show(49:00) A much needed “Meditation Break”(52:00) How Danny & Cheech met each other being at all the same casting calls(54:07) The perception of race in casting(59:21) Coded language in castings to further perpetuate stereotypes (01:00:41) Casting turning non-white talent into Asexual punchlines(01:09:37) The work of decolonizing your mind as a non-white artist in the entertainment industry That is just a taste.Grab a beverage and snack dear friends, this episode is not to be missed. This is just the first of 4 episodes with Cheech Manohar & Danny Marin as they begin their journey as the August Guest Co-Hosts on the show!Join the community:Cheech:https://www.instagram.com/cheechmanohar/Danny:https://www.instagram.com/itsdannymarin/Danny's Company:https://www.con-limon.org/Aaron:https://www.instagram.com/directorsalazar/4FS Podcast:https://www.instagram.com/4fs_podcast/Stay in the loop and never miss an episode:Episode Alerts & more:https://tinyletter.com/4fspodcast
74 minutes | Jul 25, 2020
Episode 4: Say The Words
*Trigger Warning In this episode Jason & Aaron discuss bullying and the use of pejoratives.*In this Episode, July Guest Co-Host Broadway Actor Jason Veasey brings the ship into port with a no holds barred discussion.We dive into it discussing Allyship, performative activism or lack thereof in the theatre community, bullying, standing up for yourself & how to move forward creating work for the theatre. Buckle up for some real talk.
84 minutes | Jul 18, 2020
Episode 3: A Strange Lion King
Broadway Actor & July Guest Co-Host Jason Veasey spills his heart out about his incredible 7-year journey with the Pulitzer Prize-winning production of Michale R. Jackson's: A Strange Loop. As if that wasn't enough he spills the "tea" about his time with the world-wide phenomenon The Lion King both on the national tour and on Broadway, shedding light on everything from "giraffes" being dragged off stage to a certain aspect of the show's casting, that may not be as obvious as it seems...This is insider theatre gold.
67 minutes | Jul 11, 2020
Episode 2: Mask 4 Mask
Broadway & Film Actor Jason Veasey joins Host Aaron Salazar as our July Guest Co-Host. We chat about Hamilton, politics, a certain Holiday weekend that went badly, Cardi B & the importance of masks and that's just a taste of what we dive into in this week's episode. Curious?Jump into the conversation and find out for yourself. This is not your average theatre podcast. #4fspodcast
82 minutes | Jul 3, 2020
Episode 1: The Leprechauns have been silent.
In the Premiere Episode of For F**k's Sake - A Theatre Podcast "4FS Podcast" the brilliant and talented Actor: Jason Veasey (Theatre: Disney's The Lion King Broadway & National Tour, Broadway Bounty Hunter & The Pulitzer Prize-Winning A Strange Loop at Playwright's Horizons, TV: High Maintenance, Chicago Fire, Little Voice & Dash, and Lilly) joins Host Aaron Salazar as the Guest Co-Host for July!We get into some real s**t discussing, the Broadway shutdown, summertime habits, leprechauns, Pride, BLM & so much more. Jump in on this conversation & slide into our DM's on IG @4fs_podcast to ask us a question, we may just answer it for you in an upcoming episode online!Alright. Here we go.
2 minutes | Jun 23, 2020
So what is this show all about you ask? And how does this have anything to do with theatre? There's only one way to find out. Host Aaron Salazar gives a quick introduction about the upcoming season and what we have in store for you with: For Fuck's Sake: A Theatre Podcast "@4fs_podcast".
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