BroadwayWorld's "Making A Musical" 6-Part series on INVISIBLE


BroadwayWorld's "Some Like It Pop: Making A Musical" Six-Part Podcast docu-series on the making of INVISIBLE is live!

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Following is a List of All Six Episode Links on iTunes:


Some Like It Pop Special Series- ‘Making a Musical’ Episode 1.1: ‘Invisible: The Musical’- The Million Dollar Idea



Some Like It Pop Special Series- ‘Making a Musical’ episode 1.2: ‘Invisible: The Musical’- Why is There Not Scotch Involved?



‘Making a Musical’ episode 1.3: ‘Invisible: The Musical’- He Wants the Status to Be Less Quo



‘Making a Musical’ episode 1.4: ‘Invisible: The Musical’- He Is the Alpha and Omega of Good People



‘Making a Musical’ episode 1.5: ‘Invisible: The Musical’- Good, but We Won’t Tell Your Wife



‘Making a Musical’ episode 1.6: ‘Invisible: The Musical’- From Your Mouth to God’s Ears


You can also listen to all six episode on the BroadwayRadio website or podcast feeds (click here)



Hosted by the fabulous BroadwayWorld West Coast bureau chief Jennifer McHugh (@eponineQ on Twitter) and edited by BroadwayWorld's awesome and talented Matt Tamanini (@BWWMatt on Twitter), the series is a deep-dive into INVISIBLE's five-year writing and development process with 'The Davids' (INVISIBLE writers David Orris & David Hollingsworth) along with some of the thrillingly gifted folks who have helped the Davids to hear each draft of the show all along the way, including Tony-nominee Jonelle Allen ("Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," the original cast of HAIR at The Public), TV/Stage/Film actress (and paralympic world-record-holding athlete) Katy Sullivan (MTC's Cost of Living, The Long Red Road with Tom Hardy & Philip Seymour Hoffman), genius theatre artist T.J. Dawson (3-D Theatricals Executive Producer/Artistic Director), Ashley Argota ("The Fosters," "True Jackson, VP"), Daniel Amerman ("Arrested Development," "Freak Out"), Michael Thomas Grant ("Roadies," Romey and Michele's High School Reunion musical), Jordan Goodsell (Disney's Frozen: Live at the Hyperion, "Angie Tribeca").