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The Road to Broadway with Fergie Philippe of Hamilton

Nov 10 • 01:03:01
The last few years have been rough for everyone, but it especially hit the world of Broadway hard. After touring the world with the hit musical 'Hamilton' today's guest Fergie Philippe was set to start staring on the On-Broadway production of the show. As he moved from the touring version of Hamilton and started to perform as Hercules Mulligan and James Madison on the Broa...

Animating at Disney with Tom Bancroft

Oct 27 • 01:08:01
Very few people reach the pinnacle of their dreams only to walk away from it. Tom Bancroft reached the top of the animation world by becoming one of the top animators and character designers. He worked on projects including Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King, Pocahontas, Mulan, and Brother Bear. But he is best know for creating the character Mushu for Milan and f...

Investing in Your Health with Steve Neeleman

Aug 20 • 44:37
Ask any American about our health system and they will tell you the same thing. 'It's broken.' The system seems to be rigged against the consumer only to benefit the insurance companies and health care systems.

Steve Neeleman has spent years working in this system as a doctor and seen how the system treats people. But his story is much more personal on how the health car...

The Art of Routine with Dr. Angel Iscovich

Aug 4 • 50:13
Routines may seem boring or outdated. In today's age we love spontaneity, going with the flow, and changing things up. But what if this kind of lifestyle is actually killing our productivity, shortening our lives, and steeling the possibility of success in both the work place and in life?

After years of studying Routine, Dr. Angel Iscovich set out to learn how these healt...

Teaching the Art of Acting with Michelle Danner

Jul 13 • 40:39
Acting is an art that is learned through experience and good teachers. The art of acting is a representation of humanity. Often those outside 'Hollywood' and the stage overlook the complexity of what makes a great actor. That's where Michelle Danner comes in. She is one of the leading acting coaches helping the 'A-list' of actors from the stage to the TV Shows and Movi...

Making a Career out of Poetry with IN-Q

Jul 9 • 52:44
Poetry seems to be a lost art. For many it's a side passion, hobby, or something they simply like to read in their spare time. The age of Walt Whitman, John Keats, Robert Frost, William Blake, Langston Hughes, E.E. Cummings have all come to their end. Even the great Maya Angelou has passed away leaving us wonder if the life of a professional poet is possible in our current...

Creating Innovative Technologies with Todd Eckler

Jun 17 • 52:49
Innovative tech often defined by either the hardware or the software. In the last few years it seems like the big names in tech are being driven by the software they develop often looking like SaaS. While software and apps can be trendy its typically the changes in hardware partnered with software that brings systemic changes in our lives.

Now a lot of that tech is experi...

The Deviance of Ideas with Jeff DeGraff

Jun 8 • 01:03:04
'Innovation Happens at the Edges.' This is a quote that I often reference from today's guest, Jeff DeGraff. Jeff has spent his life exploring, teaching, and sparking creativity and innovation in the lives of those around him. As a teacher at Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan he has helped students understand the practical tools to that unlock that in...

Playing, Winning, and Coaching in the NBA with Bill Cartwright

May 19 • 54:37
There are many things that young kids dream of growing up to be. One of the dreams of countless kids is to grow up and be a professional basketball player. I know for me, there were few things I liked to do more than shoot hoops in the basketball court behind our house.

For many kids born in the 70s and 80s they spent their time watching their favorite teams and players...

The Power of Journalism with Chris Hansen

May 6 • 01:01:30
Over the last few years the reputation of Journalists and Media Outlets has taken a real hit. The question of agenda, integrity, and honesty has come to the forefront as the daily news is covered. So what does it take to be a rock solid journalist in a modern on demand world?

Host Michael Woodward sat down with 'To Catch A Predator' creator and host Chris Hansen to hear h...

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