Big thanks to everyone who came out to see my live interview with Benjamin Scheuer, and artistic director, Tracy Brigden after the sneak peek performance of The Lion at City Theatre! It was a wonderful evening. I truly was not prepared to watch the show and hear Ben’s story pour out of him and into each person in the audience. My heart hurt so badly after the last song ended, and I was so worked up to go on stage and conduct the interview! If you have not seen this show, you must. The music is incredible, and the story makes you want to go out and live each moment of your life to the fullest. Go out and grab the people you love and make sure they know it, and appreciate everything you have!
You can preorder Songs From The Lion on his site before it drops June 3rd, and by doing so you get two songs instantly! Also check out the photo book of his journey with cancer called Between Two Spaces. 50% of the proceeds go to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. His music video for one of my favorite songs Weather The Storm is available online.
Ben was truly a joy to chat with, and I had THE best time doing so, as I am sure you will gather from the recording. I could have sat there all day and talked to him, so much so, that I am positive you will hear him on the show again one day. 😉
A huge Thank you to City Theatre’s crew for inviting me out to be a part of this magical evening, and to my hubby Phil for taking photos. Especially love the one of our shoes! 😉
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This episode is brought to you by City Theatre, now in its 41st season. Located on Pittsburgh’s historic South Side, City Theatre specializes in new plays, commissioning and producing work by playwrights including Daniel Beaty, Jessica Dickey, Christopher Durang, Michael Hollinger, Willy Holtzman, Tarell Alvin McCraney, and Madeleine George. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Tracy Brigden, Managing Director James McNeel, and a 37-member Board of Directors, City Theatre’s mission is to provide an artistic home for the development and production of contemporary plays of substance and ideas that engage and challenge a diverse audience. CityTheatreCompany.org