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Broadway’s Back…. and ready to give the audience what they want….. LIVE THEATRE! Sunday night was the 74th Annual Tony Awards and Broadway’s finest will be celebrated and honored once more with feeling. “We’re a little late, but we are here!” host Audra McDonald said at the top of the ceremony, taking place at New York’s Winter Garden Theatre. Its a great feeling to see the Tonys after Broadway and theatres around the world went dark in March 2020 to finally rise again like the phoenix just weeks ago.
Among the nominees this year, “Jagged Little Pill” leads with 15 Tony nominations, and right behind it is “Moulin Rouge! The Musical,” with 14 nods. Last night awards truly delivered the goods with appearances by Broadway’s finest including legends Chita Rivera and composer Andrew Lloyd Webber announcing the Best Play which went to “The Inheritance”. It was clear that Broadway owns Sunday Night! Yesterday, I got to talk to some of the night’s big winners!
Continue reading The 74th Annual Tony Awards Interviews
On this edition of EMExclusives, Halloween is a little over a month away and that means costumes, parties and sweet treats in the forms of candy & more. Halloween Wars is back for season 11, and the search is on for twenty-four brave and supremely talented competitors who can handle challenges from the mind of paranormal investigator Zak Bagans.
Here to talk with me about this show is a culinary master who is a former football player that played for four teams during his time in the NFL including a stint with the Washington Football Team. He got his culinary start in the TV world by first being one of the contestants on MasterChef. Later, he went on to greater fame by winning the eleventh season of Food Network Star in 2015. Since his win, he went on to host numerous shows including BBQ Blitz, Kids BBQ Championship and Christmas Cookie Challenge. He was a team captain in BBQ Brawl earlier in the year. He now serves as one of the judges in this season’s Halloween Wars.
Let’s give a scary warm welcome to Eddie Jackson!
Continue reading Eddie Jackson: From the Gridiron to the Heat of the Kitchen
Welcome to the latest edition of EMExclusives! On this edition, when it comes to animated series, nothing beats one of the best primetime series that I have seen in a long time – and that series is Archer. With its twelfth season starting tonight on FXX, we can get ready for spies, mayhem & laughter.
Here with me to talk about Archer and so much more is a talented actress who plays Pam Poovey, the former head of an international spy agency and has become a fan-favorite on the show. She has been playing Pam since its inception back in 2009. She will also showcase her talent in the world of film with her lead role in the upcoming adult indie comedy How to Ruin the Holidays, which she is also executive producing. Friends of the Revue, let’s welcome today’s guest, Amber Nash!
Continue reading Amber Nash: 12 Years a Poovey
On this edition of EMExclusives, we are gearing up for some action and adventure with the upcoming thriller, The Protégé! Rescued as a child by the legendary assassin Moody and trained in the family business, Anna is the world’s most skilled contract killer.
For the first time during the pandemic,
I got to sit down and have an in-person interview with actress/activist Maggie Q in DC!
Continue reading The Marvelous Maggie Q on Being The Protégé
On this edition of EMExclusives, we are going to dive into a new unique film coming to Apple TV+ & theatres this Friday called CODA. Seventeen-year-old Ruby is the sole hearing member of a deaf family – a CODA, child of deaf adults. Her life revolves around acting as interpreter for her parents and working on the family’s struggling fishing boat every day before school with her father and older brother. But when Ruby joins her high school’s choir club, she discovers a gift for singing and soon finds herself drawn to her duet partner Miles. Encouraged by her enthusiastic, tough-love choirmaster to apply to a prestigious music school, Ruby finds herself torn between the obligations she feels to her family and the pursuit of her own dreams.
I recently sat down via Zoom with the movie stars Emilia Jones, Marlee Matlin and Daniel Durant & director Siân Heder to talk about their involvement in this amazing film!
Continue reading The CODA Interviews
For this edition of the INTERVUE, we are getting ready to say goodbye as the freshman season of Blindspotting hit the airwaves this Sunday, August 8th at 9:00 pm ET/Pt on Starz and internationally on STARZPLAY.
Continue reading Jasmine Cephas Jones Prepares for Blindspotting’s Season Finale
On this edition of EMExclsuives, we are going to be talking to a native Baltimorean that he is gearing up for his next concert with The Hollow Truths at Rams Head on Stage this Sunday at 8pm in Annapolis. Tickets are available and can be purchased HERE
Let’s welcome to the INTERVUE, Ben DeHan
Continue reading Waiting for Ben DeHan in Annapolis
In this edition of EMExclusives, we are going to experience the ultimate poetry slam on film this weekend with Summertime!
A spoken word poetry musical set in Los Angeles, following the lives of 27 young Angelinos as they intersect over the course of a single day. The film was developed with these 27 youth poets, all of whom served as co-writers and stars. I recently sat down with writer/director Carlos López Estrada and Executive Producer and newly-minted Disney princess Kelly Marie Tran to talk about this unique love letter of the season!
Continue reading Carlos and Kelly Gets Up Hyped for Summertime
On this edition of EMExclusives, I recently had a wonderful conversation with the one & only Vanessa Williams as she becomes the first woman and African-American to host the annual A Capitol Fourth which airs this Sunday July 4th at 8:00pm on your local PBS stations!
Williams is no stranger to the concert itself. She has performed at the concert and its sistership, The National Memorial Day Concert for many years. Last year, she served as co-host to ACF alongside John Stamos. We talked about her experiences with the program, her involvement with a new podcast just launched recently and her Independence Day traditions.
Continue reading Vanessa Williams Hosts the 2021 A Capitol Fourth
We are getting ready for the annual holiday that pays tribute to the men and women who serve & served in our armed forces. With this in mind, a time-honored tradition in our nation’s capital is the National Memorial Day Concert. For the past thirty-one years, we are not only entertained by wonderful actors and musicians but we get to experience some amazing stories from brave men and women as we remember.
Since 2002, actor Joe Mantegna has been one of the hosts of this spectacular ninety-minute program, which airs this Sunday on PBS. Today, I got to talk to Joe about his involvement with the NMDC.
Continue reading Joe Mantegna Gears Up for the 2021 National Memorial Day Concert
In our second and final Profile interviews, I sat down, via Zoom, to the writer, producer & director of the movie, Timur Bekmambetov! We talked about how he set up a meeting between the actress Valene Kane and real-life subject Anna Erelle and his film language, Screenlife, and where do we see it going for the future of filmmaking.
Continue reading The Profile of Timur Bekmambetov