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  • 01:29

    Sarah Litzsinger (Beauty & The Beast, Les Miserables, & Oliver! on Broadway)

    in Performing Arts

    BlazinRy Radio host Ryan Holmes welcomes the longest-running Belle in Beauty & the Beast on Broadway, Sarah Litzsinger. 

    In this candid interview worthy of a Marc Maron endorsement, Litzsinger discusses her tremendous Broadway career, disappointment in recent years, and staying strong through the difficult times. 

  • 01:22

    T.V. Carpio (Spiderman: Turn off the Dark, Rent on Broadway)

    in Performing Arts

    Enjoy an encore episode as BlazinRy Radio host Ryan Holmes welcomes Broadway & film star T.V. Carpio (Spiderman: Turn off the Dark, Rent, Limitless, Across the Universe). 

    T.V. Carpio discusses Spiderman on Broadway, the danger that goes into putting on the show, the injuries sustained while putting on the controversial production, and what it's like to work with her castmates. 

  • 00:16

    Miss X in Montana and ... Broadway!

    in Paranormal

    Miss X recently auditioned on Broadway in NYC for a Broadway show!  She will also be broadcasting her summer shows from her new temporary digs in Montana, so hear all about the Broadway experience, Wicked, and your latest wacky stories right here on Night Owls Radio.

  • 00:05


    in Business

    Linda Nieves-Powell is a member of the Writers Guild of America/East and a WGAE and SAG signatory producer.  In 2014, her short film Stereotypically Me, won an Honorable Merit award at the Best Short Competition.  Linda also partnered with Orgullosa, a Procter & Gamble social media brand for Latinas, to write and direct the "Nueva Latina Monologues". 

    LShe was named  one of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics by Hispanic Business magazine. Her groundbreaking award-winning play, YO SOY LATINA, has performed on off-Broadway, regional theater, and at over 400 hundred colleges across the country. Her short story, "The Fly Ass Puerto Rican Girl from the Stapleton Projects", is featured in Staten Island Noir, an anthology edited by Patricia Smith and published by Akashic Books in 2012.  She is also the author of the novel, Free Style, published by Simon and Schuster in 2008. In 2009, Linda was a key figure in successfully having the MTV True Life: I'm Nuyorican episode banned from broadcast for its stereotypical portrayal of young Nuyoricans. Her script, Six of Me was a finalist at the 2013 Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab.  


    Linda is currently working on her first TV Pilot entitled "The Invisible Woman".

  • 00:54

    Katrina Weidman On a Special Episode of Paranormal Filler

    in Paranormal

    Katrina Weidman is a senior at Penn State earning a dual degree in Integrative arts with an emphasis in music production and Theatre with an emphasis in performance. She originally wasn’t going to attend college, but after dropping a friend off at University Park and seeing the campus, she knew it was where she belonged. The next day she signed up for classes at Bucks County Community College, which she attended for two years before transferring to Penn State University Park in 2004. Besides being an investigator for the Paranormal Research Society, she’s been a member of the Penn State Snowboard club since 2004. In 2005 she joined The Lion 90.7 fm as a co-host for a variety of shows and voice over work.

    She was born and raised in Bucks County, PA along with an older sister and a younger brother. She was born into an artistic family – both of her parents perform in their spare time and her mother writes original musicals for local playhouses. Some of her earliest memories are watching her mother and father tap dance together on stage; this also coincides with some of her strangest memories of her father dressed in drag for multiple shows. “Either way, my parents helped to shape my love and appreciation for performance art, which is why I’m a performer; I guess you could say it’s in my blood.”

    “As long as I can remember I’ve had an interest in the paranormal,” says Katrina. “I knew Penn State was a perfect fit, not only did they offer majors that fit my wants and needs, but they had a paranormal club. I joined the club in 2006 and went through extensive training to become an investigator. I absolutely love every minute of what I do. I get to help people, learn about the paranormal, work with amazing people, and now that we have a show with A&E I get to work in the entertainment world as well. ”

  • Gilbrando Acevedo

    in Entertainment

    Tonight we'll be talking with Gilbrando Acevedo. He's been in a number of Fuzz on the Lens productions, including two of my favorites, "Mama's Boys" and "Like Father, Like Sons" opposite Johnny Collins.

    Born in Brooklyn, New York, Gilbrando Acevedo is an actor who studied acting at HB Studios in New York City. With a passion for academia, he garnered a baccalaureate degree in Philosophy and Political Science, as well as a Master's Degree in Exercise Science, which informs his performances. His technique focuses on human motivation and honest self-expression while utilizing his physicality to bring a palpable intensity to his roles. No stranger to TV, he created, directed, edited and acted in his own bi-weekly television show entitled "Philosophy, Art & Fitness," which aired on Brooklyn Community Access Television. Experienced in theater acting, having performed at many off-Broadway venues throughout New York, including New York City Center, he made his film debut, as The Vampire Lord, in the original independent film "Prey Love Eat," directed by Michael Leavy. Although he has collaborated with many diverse, talented and creative production companies, he presently has finished his 5th film, "Catch of The Day" with Fuzz on the Lens Productions, in which he plays the lead, Detective Sam Hynes. However, starting in the summer of 2015 he will be filming another Fuzz on the Lens Production, in which he plays The Genie, in what will be his biggest film to date, "AA," and stars a stellar cast including Malcolm McDowell, Tyler Mane, Eileen Dietz, Leslie Easterbrook and many, many more. Look for these films, his appearances on television, YouTube and web series.

  • RitaGrahamWeAreKings

    in Music

    Rita Graham’s career as a jazz vocalist was jump-started when Ray Charles produced an album of lush standards for her in 1969. The album, Rita Graham Vibrations is the only major project that Ray Charles produced for a female artist on his label Tangerine Records (TRC-1507). As the lead vocalist in Rita and the Tiaras, Ms. Graham recorded the UK Northern Soul Classic, Gone with the Wind is My Love (Rita and the Tiaras). A stint as one of Ray Charles’ Raelettes was followed by a two-year featured spot with the Harry James Orchestra, on European and Far East tours, and a series of recordings produced by TV composer Mike Post. Rita was featured with jazz great Oscar Peterson, Mercer Ellington and the Duke Ellington Orchestra, and comedian Redd Foxx.  She originated the role of Coretta Scott King in Woodie King Jr.’s production of the Martin Luther King, Jr. documusical, Selma, off-Broadway. Read more at www.ritagraham.com



  • 01:01

    Rutanya Alda: The Mommie Dearest Diary

    in Entertainment

    Rutanya Alda, actress and author of the new best seller: "The Mommie Dearest Diary: Carol Ann Tells All" joins the show tonight!

    Call 323 657-1493 to ask a question and join the fun!

    Get Rutanya's book and check out other Rated G Radio Superstar's Swag on Amazon by clicking here!

    In this very private diary, Rutanya Alda ("Carol Ann") delves into the art, the business, and the wild milieu of American cinema by taking you behind the scenes of Mommie Dearest to tell her story of drama and disarray on and off the set. Rutanya frames her diary with anecdotes of Robert Altman, Joan Crawford, Brian De Palma, Bob Dylan, Elia Kazan, Sam Peckinpah, Roman Polanski, Lee Strasberg, Barbra Streisand, and John Wayne, among others—a rich cast of her life's characters, who in turn entertain, illuminate, and ultimately weave Rutanya's life into Carol Ann's, setting the stage for you to vicariously live through the making of this cult classic, from her audition in the living room of director Frank Perry to the wrap party on the last day of shooting.

  • 01:00

    The Tufts Get Going! "Sharis Rhodes"

    in Hip Hop Music

    9 am Eastern, 6 am Pacific: "The Tufts Get Going!" host Rosanna Tufts:

    "Sharis Rhodes." Meet a star in the making, calling from Hollywood! Sharis has been burning up the local charts there, with her eyes set on breaking through nationally. Lady E joins me this morning to interview her, and play "Single and Lovin' It," "Wait Mix," and "Welcome to the Spotlight." Do you hear a hit? 

    Her manager will also be with us: John E. Williams III, who started out as a DJ and went on to become a tour manager for many top R&B and Rock bands -- and then caught the musical theatre bug, rising as high as playing the Beast in Beauty in the Beast on a national tour, and Jekyll & Hyde in London. He is currently the CEO of A Class with Broadway, a nonprofit which educates teenagers about Broadway. 



  • 00:46

    The Rink Podcast - The Wings

    in Sports

    New York Rangers Talk on the Forum For the Fans.  This episode discusses the moves in the offseason with trades, acqusitions and departures.  It will also discuss the state of the franchise after the disappointing series in the 2015 NHL Eastern Conference Finals.  What additional moves with the Broadway blueshirts be up to make the team be better?  Is the window closing on the opportunity to get a stanley cup in this good run.  Check out the Bleed Blue Show on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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  • 01:26

    Sticky Fingaz (Legendary Rap Group Onyx)

    in Hip Hop Music

    BlazinRy Radio host Ryan Holmes welcomes the legendary rapper Sticky Fingaz from the group Onyx (Slam, Throw Ya Gunz, Last Dayz). Enjoy this encore episode as Sticky aka Kirk Jones discusses coming up in the rap game, new music, his many acting roles, and his ambitious project Caught on Tape, a hip-hop musical film written by, directed by, and starring Sticky himself. The film also stars Vivica A. Fox, Cedric the Entertainer, and Ian Somerhalder from TV's The Vampire Diaries.