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45 minutes | Feb 20, 2021
Podcast Nr 8 - "Impossible But True" A few cast and crew members is a wide ranging conversation with Julia, Alice, Elizabeth, Mark and Len via Zoom
Welcome to IPS Inside Page to Stage 2021 a new year, a new energy and a new perspective on life. We’re still in the throes of Covid19, but hope, science and a reduction in alternative facts offer glimmers of a brighter future. In This episode you will hear from multiple members of the cast and stage management of "Impossible But true In A Tavern" by By Dan Furman. I’ll be speaking with Mark Montague Len Rella, Julia and Alice Uhl and Elizabeth Strauss our Stage Manager.Enjoy
29 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
Podcast Number 7 Rob Langeder, singer, actor, MAC Award Winner
In this episode I talk to Rob about his and his family's journey from his roots in Austria and Indonesia to California to NYC. His winning a MAC Award and his leading role in as Rip Van Winkle in "Impossible But True".
58 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
Podcast Nr. 6 - Episode number 3: Act 2 of "Impossible But True"with an intro from Composer and Lyricist Dan Furman
Episode 6The entire second act of "Impossible But True in a Tavern". Rip Van Winkles story as told by Rebecca his wife and the villagers who knew him best with: Rip Van Winkle played by Rob Langeder, Rebecca Van Winkle played by Danielle Erin Rhodes , Ben and Doolittle played by James Schneider, Jenny Van Vedder, and Rachel Van Vedder, played by Stephanie Lynn Mason Anna Van Onderdonk played by Abigale Klein, Hubert played by Mark Montague, Brom Dutcher played by Michael Paget, Judy and Ripje Van Winkle played by Julia Uhl, Vedder, Rev. Gansevoort and Hudson played by Jerome Harmann Hardeman Musical Direction and accompaniment by Dan Furman. Book, music and lyrics for “Impossible But true” are by Dan Furman. Additional lyrics are by Mary-Liz McNamara. The actual pre covid-19 performances were Directed by Cailín Heffernan. As if we were there Sound Effects by Jerome Harmann Hardeman and Dan Furman editing by Dan Furman and Jerome Harmann Hardeman. For further information about Dan Furman and any of his productions or recordings visit www.danfurman.com. We have more cast interviews and upcoming interviews with writers, conductors and performers in and outside of the theatre. So subscribe to IPS - Inside Page to Stage.
12 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
Podcast Number 5 A talk with young actress Carli Priso.
In this energetic conversation outdoors amongst the busy comings and goings of a Fort Green Brooklyn sidewalk coffee shop (Hungry Ghost). I speak with Carli Priso about the obstacles of attending a performing arts school during a pandemic. We also discuss her playing a boy (Ripje) and the ghost of a girl (Judy Van Winkle) in Dan Furman's "Impossible But True in a Tavern".Of course we talk about what it's like for a real kid to perform in a tavern or pub as well as her parents attending every performance.Let's find out the what, why and who... on "Inside Page to Stage"Enjoy
33 minutes | Feb 4, 2021
Podcast Nr 4 - Episode Nr 2: of "Impossible But True In A Tavern" by Dan Furman / Sc 5 through end of Act 1
This is the second half of Act 1 of "Impossible But True In A Tavern" we have an intro from Dan to catch us up and an outro from him where he discusses some elements of style and composition. Let's listen to Act 1 Sc. 5 through the end of Act 1 of "Impossible But True...." ... on "Inside Page to Stage"Enjoy
23 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
Podcast Number 3 - Conversation with vocalist and actress Belen Moyano
I talk with Belen Moyano about the future of live theatre after COVID19, how she'd cast an interactive theatre piece with music and her playing Rebecca Van Winkle. We also talk about what it's like to perform "a full book musical" in a tavern or pub. Let's find out the what, why and who... on "Inside Page to Stage"Enjoy
43 minutes | Feb 2, 2021
Podcast Nr. 2 / Episode Number 1: Impossible But True Act 1 Sc 1 -Sc 4 with an Intro and Outro from the writer Dan Furman
Act 1: Sc 1 through 4 with an intro and post scene technical notes from the writer Dan Furmanin this episode we hear the first of three installments of Dan Furman's musical with additional lyrics by Mary Liz McNamara “Impossible But true In A Tavern”, These performance episodes are brought to you via the miracle of the internet and a group of selfless actors volunteering their time over an extended period to put this together. Our Cast: Rip Van Winkle: Rob Langeder Rebecca Van Winkle: Danielle Erin Rhodes Judy Van Winkle / Ripje Van Winkle: Julia Kess Ben / Jonathan Doolittle: James Schneider Jenny Van Vedder and Rachel Van Vedder: Stephanie Lynn Mason Anna Van Onderdonk / Oosterhoudt: Abigale Klein Hubert Oosterhoudt: Mark Montague Brom Dutcher: Michael Paget Nicolaus Vedder / Reverend Wm Gansevoort / Henrick Hudson: Jerome Harmann Hardeman Musical Direction and accompaniment: Dan Furman Book, music and lyrics for “Impossible But true” are by Dan Furman. Additional lyrics are by Mary-Liz McNamara. The live performances were Directed by Cailín Heffernan. Stage managers: Elizabeth Strauss and Nihara Nichelle, Musical direction: Dan Furman. Recent pre pandemic cast included:Rebecca Van Winkle: Belen MoyanoJudy Van Winkle / Ripje Van Winkle: Carlie PrisoBen / Jonathan Doolittle: John CalabreseJenny/Dame Rachel Vedder: Maya ThomasBrom Dutcher: Len Rella Dame Anna Van Onderdonk / Oosterhoudt: Therin Morissey Hubuert Oosterhoudt: Roger Lipson Podcast production sound effects: Jerome Harmann Hardeman Sound effect and Vocal editing : Dan Furman and Jerome Harmann Hardeman For further information about Dan Furman and any of his productions or recordings visit www.danfurman.com.
33 minutes | Feb 1, 2021
Podcast Number 1 - Conversation with Dan Furman writer, lyricist and composer.
I talk with Dan Furman about his journey to NYC. From Old Hickory, Tenn., to Oberlin, Ohio to Peru, South America to Washington DC to NYC. We also talk about one of the four musical theatre pieces he's written, "Impossible But True In A Tavern". This one has a surprising twist as it's a full book musical, based loosely on Washington Irvings, short story, Rip Van Winkle, written to be specifically performed in a tavern or pub. Let's find out the what, why and who... on "Inside Page to Stage"Enjoy
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