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The Producer's Corner with Spud Too Tight is one of the hottest and most unique celebrity driven Podcast to hear a diverse range of Billboard's chart topping and Grammy Award winning music producers, composers, arrangers, vocalists and engineers discuss their production techniques and preferences, influences, song structure, music instruments, genre, style and their craft, state of the art recording equipment, background and upcoming projects.
 
Todd knows movies. For 30 years, the Hollywood veteran has overseen 170 films (and counting) - including XXX, Anger Management, 13 Going on 30, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Black Hawk Down, Punch Drunk Love, Con Air, and Hellboy. Join Todd as he shares tips and stories on the movie business and chats it up with A-list industry pals.
 
Writer Jay McInerney (Bright Lights, Big City) moderated this behind-the-scenes discussion with Gossip Girl Executive Producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage discussing how the hit TV show is written, produced and marketed. Gossip Girl Seasons 1 and 2 are available on the iTunes Store. New episodes of Gossip Girl are available on iTunes the day after it airs on the CW.
 
Imagine what happens when ambitious people meet. Feel the energy that fills the room during an exciting panel discussion. Think of the fun you have when you travel to a new city to host hundreds of fascinating people. Producing conferences offers phenomenal opportunities for young professionals who know how to play the game. Producing Success: The Conference Producer’s Podcast is the first and only show created specifically for you. Based on the popular book Producing Success: A Career Guide ...
 
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This week, we discuss the Netflix original film, Mank, featuring Gary Oldman, Amanda Seyfried and Charles Dance. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers for this episode are: Tony David Eric This episode was r…
 
I once was blind, but now I see. It was lost, but now I'm found. I once was, but now I live. Interesting shocking confusing yet intriguing. All of those statements are true when you come into the world where Jesus is in control of your life again. That song we used to sing in the church is certainly true. "Without him, I can do nothing without him …
 
In February, Whitney Wolfe Herd became the youngest female billionaire on the planet. And she did it by breaking into one of the most competitive markets around . . . online dating. Whenever anyone breaks through ceilings like Whitney, the first thing I do is jump up and down for them and tell as many people as I can. Then I try to learn from them,…
 
Leading British tenor David Butt Philip and acclaimed pianist James Baillieu join the podcast to discuss their recorded performance of The House of Life for OHP, which will be released to the public on demand on 13 April 2021. They talk about rehearsing during the pandemic, how much they've missed watching live performances, and what it's like bein…
 
'The Lord delays His coming.' Now you don't want to be caught saying that around church folk, you may be cast out. Why, you ask? Because in most cases delay means they're not coming or at least not on time. Do you ever feel like a clock is ticking and you're about ready to lose out because your miracle hasn't come yet? Well, I call that the spirit …
 
An old song of the church says, "On Christ the solid rock I stand all other ground is sinking sand." That song is pointing to the parable that Jesus gave about the man building his house upon the rock or the sand. The house on the sand Phil when the storm came to the house of the rock did not. This is not just an example of our Christian life; this…
 
Are you familiar with the biblical principle That Whatever you can visualize, imagine or see, you can receive. Well, if you haven't, it's all through the word of God. Vision always comes before doing. .All the profits of the Old Testament and the men and women of God in the New Testament we're all directed, inspired, and motivated by what they saw …
 
If God's so interested in talking to me, why doesn't he show up and say something? Sound familiar? Well, you and I may not have said those words, but by our actions, we have said exactly that. If you can catch up with me, God and I have time in my schedule; we'll talk. Or something like that. If that sounds too shocking this early in the morning, t…
 
When I entered the room, I knew I was home; it was the sound of the congregation of God's people lifting their voices before their Father in glorious praise and worship. It wasn't the sound of a professional band playing from the stage or a group of singers singing the songs for the people. It was the sound that can only be replicated by saints tha…
 
Happy Easter! This is my spiritual birthday. I was born again at The Easter pageant at our church in Long Beach, California, In 1950. Yes, When I got up from the altar, I went to my mother, and I said, mother, I just got saved. If I was older, I probably would've said, 'where to from now?' But since I was just a kid, it took a few years for me to a…
 
My team and I tested social media trends and found what is working and what's not working. And today, I'm sharing 5 of our findings with YOU. If you want to read more of my thoughts on this topic, go to my blog. Referenced in this episode: Rachel Hollis: www.thehollisco.com Brock Johnson: www.instagram.com/brock11johnson The Producer's Perspective:…
 
This time around we discuss the Aaron Sorkin film The Trial of the Chicago 7, featuring an ensemble cast including Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Sacha Baron Cohen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Keaton, Frank Langella, John Carroll Lynch, Eddie Redmayne, Mark Rylance, Jeremy Strong, and Ben Shenkman. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM ce…
 
This episode we're joined by four of this year's Opera Holland Park Young Artists, who will be performing in their own production of The Marriage of Figaro this summer. Siân Dicker (Countess Almaviva), Charlotte Bowden (Susanna), Charlotte Badham (Cherubino) and Guy Withers (Basilio/Don Curzio) discuss their roles, the audition process, their train…
 
What does it take to succeed as a spiritual person with faith in the hour that we live.Of course, all of our foundational truths that we stand on come out of what the Bible says about men and women who lived the faith life long before we did.King David is one example that the Holy Spirit has given us to see the quality that it takes for leadership …
 
You're sitting on the living room couch looking out the window with your eye on the driveway. Will, they ever come, you think as you nervously twitch back-and-forth. Waiting for something or someone can be very frustrating and, after a while discouraging. Many times and at some point, we turn the lights off and go to bed. We are now at that place i…
 
What? You're suggesting that doubt is sinful.Let's put it this way it's really a relationship with the Father we're talking about. Remember when Jesus told his disciples that he did nothing but what the father told him or what he saw the Father doing? Now with that in mind, let me ask you this. If Jesus had done something country or out of his Fath…
 
I am sharing my perspective on why social distancing doesn't work for the theater. If you want to read more of my thoughts on this topic, go to my blog. About the podcast: After 6 years of podcasting with one style, we're shaking it up here - no guests! Just me! I'm giving you micro-episodes with my perspective on Broadway and the comeback on Broad…
 
Jesus paid the debt that he did not owe, and that was for our sake; it was our debt of sin. We deserved judgment and punishment and death. But God so loved the world that he sent his son to pay our penalty in his death and resurrection. This is the week that we prepare to celebrate the resurrection day, marking the beginning of freedom from sin and…
 
I am responding to the NEW protocols released by Actors Equity Association for the return of live theater. As reported by Phillip Boroff (formerly of Bloomberg News and now of his own Broadway Journal), those protocols include things like: Mass transport cannot be used. A private car and driver must be provided for every AEA member reporting to/fro…
 
Welcome to The Sunday Night Blessing Live. Sunday night with the family of God all around me shouting and praising was the best time of the week. But, poof, it's gone. So here we are again. We are gathered together in His name so there is no distance in prayer and faith. Let's enjoy a refreshing time together in the presence of the Father.…
 
Today, I am sharing the 5 phases I believe we will see as Broadway makes its big comeback! After 6 years of podcasting with one style, we're shaking it up here - no guests! Just me! I'm giving you micro-episodes with my perspective on Broadway and the comeback on Broadway. Did you catch the livestream series I did on Facebook & Youtube last year? W…
 
In this episode, we're joined by mezzo-soprano Alice Coote, who talks about breaking down the perceived barriers between classical music and other genres, the complexities of supporting singers to give their best every performance, her love of rehearsing, and the poetry of song.From the Producer's Office is a series of informal podcasts with Opera …
 
This time around we discuss the film Judas and the Black Messiah, featuring the late Daniel Kaluuya, Lakeith Stanfield and Dominique Fishback, about the assassination of Fred Hampton. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube …
 
This episode, we're joined by soprano Lauren Fagan. She talks about taking the leap into opera at 24 and moving halfway across the world, her rapid learning curve first at Guildhall then through the Jette Parker scheme at the Royal Opera House, and her experiences singing the role of Violetta at Opera Holland Park.From the Producer's Office is a se…
 
This time around we discuss the film Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, featuring the late Chadwick Boseman and Viola Davis, based on the play by August Wilson If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers for this episode a…
 
Professor Lynne Dawson, Head of Vocal Studies and Opera, and soprano and 4th year undergraduate Charlotte Kennedy join the podcast this week to talk about how they and their fellow teachers and students at Royal Northern College of Music have been coping during the pandemic. They discuss online learning and vocal coaching, the challenges of practic…
 
This time around we discuss the film The Devil All the Time, featuring the Pennywise, Spider-Man, Dudley Dursley and the Winter Soldier. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers for this episode are: Tony David…
 
In this episode, James is joined by lawyer and classical music lover Ian Rosenblatt. They discuss Ian's foundational memories of music, including his father listening to La traviata at 5am before work each day; his illustrious law career; and the series of classical music and opera recitals he curated – the Rosenblatt Recitals.From the Producer's O…
 
This time around we discuss the film The Good Liar, featuring the amazing acting of Dame Helen Mirren and Sir Ian McKellen. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers for this episode are: Tony David This episode…
 
For our 501st episode, we round out our discussion of the Skywalker saga, with the final film in the series, which began in our first episode nearly 15 years ago. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers for th…
 
This week's guest is soprano Nadine Benjamin, who talks about her route from corporate finance into singing and the mentors who've guided her along the way. She also shares some coaching insights, and tells us about her many projects from Everybody Can Opera Company through to her daily series of interviews during lockdown.From the Producer's Offic…
 
In this episode we discuss the film Hunt for the Wilderpeople. We also celebrate 500 episodes of the podcast with a cast of a dozen who have been part of the BSP family. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers…
 
Australian heldentenor Stuart Skelton joins the podcast to talk about his early introduction to opera, how he's made important decisions within his career, and how he brings the audience with him through some of the most dramatic stories in opera.From the Producer's Office is a series of informal podcasts with Opera Holland Park’s Director of Opera…
 
In this episode we discuss the film I’m Thinking of Ending Things, we also discuss how we all felt that the movie was telling a different story, and we also didn’t think that anyone was wrong for thinking that. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP …
 
Tamara Rojo, Artistic Director of English National Ballet, joins the podcast to talk about her rocky early introduction to ballet, her love of ballet classes, the value of touring for young dancers, and the responsibility she feels to help the arts flourish again after the pandemic.From the Producer's Office is a series of informal podcasts with Op…
 
In this episode we discuss the film IO, we also discuss how the film should have been called Io and the 2/3 Netflix Rule. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers for this episode are: Tony David This episode w…
 
In this episode we discuss the film Parasite, and Christmas and Bong Joon-ho’s use of Kang-Ho Song in films. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers for this episode are: Tony David This episode was recorded o…
 
Four former Opera Holland Park Young Artists join the podcast to talk about their experiences with the programme, and to look forward to their roles in the OHP 2021 Season production of The Marriage of Figaro. This episode features Director Oliver Platt, Conductor George Jackson, and sopranos Elizabeth Karani and Claire Lees as they share insights …
 
In this episode we discuss the film Jojo Rabbit, and Taika Waititi’s Directorial career. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers for this episode are: Tony David This episode was recorded on December 16th, 202…
 
In this episode we discuss the film Project Power, and Dominique Fishback’s real power. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers for this episode are: Tony David This episode was recorded on December 9th, 2020…
 
In this episode, James is joined by conductor and Music Director of Scottish Opera, Stuart Stratford. Together they reminisce about the many productions they've worked on at Opera Holland Park over the years, and share their experiences of getting performances on during the pandemic.From the Producer's Office is a series of informal podcasts with O…
 
Merry Christmas! In this episode we discuss the film The Hero, and Sam Elliott’s mustache. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers for this episode are: Tony David This episode was recorded on December 2nd, 20…
 
Writer Rupert Christiansen joins the podcast this week for a candid and far-ranging conversation with OHP's CEO and Director of Opera James Clutton. Rupert explains his decision to retire from The Telegraph, his approach to opera criticism over the years, and what's next.From the Producer's Office is a series of informal podcasts with Opera Holland…
 
Can you say… T. Hanksgiving? If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers for this episode are: Tony David This episode was recorded on November 25th, 2020โดย Tony Mast
 
Today we're joined by Ali Kingsley from Refettorio Felix homeless centre, to talk about our annual collection. Ali tells us about the work of the Refettorio, the impact it has on the community, and the items they're most in need of that people might not think to donate.More information about how to donate urgently needed items to the Opera Holland …
 
In this episode, we talk about the Netflix Original film starring Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers for this episode are: Tony David This episode was recorded on Nove…
 
With Warner Bros. shaking up the distribution model, veteran Producer Todd Black talks about studios and streamers, the future of the movie business, his early days in Hollywood, his relationships with Will Smith and Denzel Washington, the making of Antwone Fisher, The Pursuit of Happyness and The Equalizer franchise!…
 
In this episode, the latest in the recently-dead-guy series, we discuss Michael Bay’s The Rock starring Sir Sean Connery and (not Sir) Nicolas Cage. If you aren’t doing anything on Wednesday around 9 PM central, check out our Facebook, Twitch or YouTube streams. BSP on www.twitch.tv BSP on Facebook BSP on YouTube Your producers for this episode are…
 
Singer Janie Dee and music director Alex Parker from Quick Fantastic join the podcast to reminisce about their performance of A Little Night Music at OHP in the summer. Janie shares acting tips from Sondheim, Alex discusses the secret of orchestrating for a small band, and they both talk about the crossover between Sondheim and opera.From the Produ…
 
The kingmaker Stephanie Allain shares her journey from her early days as a script reader - to discovering John Singleton and Robert Rodriguez - to producing such hits as Hustle and Flow and Dear White People - to bringing diversity to the production of the Academy Awards!โดย Todd Garner
 
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