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Voice of the Musical Podcast

  • It is very important for you to set out your agreement now.

    If a court finds that an agreement is unenforceable and no remedy is to be granted, then the property transferred under the agreement lies where it falls. There is no reversal of ownership rights. The parties are put in the position they would have been if they had never entered into the illegal agreement. From […]


  • If so, you should draft an agreement to support that conclusion.

    Arizona prohibits all surrogacy contracts, whether paid or unpaid, declares the surrogate as the legal mother and entitled to custody, and establishes a rebuttable presumption that the surrogates husband, if she is married, is the father. Kentucky declares traditional surrogacy agreements void; does not address gestational surrogacy. Also prohibits compensation for facilitating a surrogacy contract. […]


  • VotM #12 Nathan Tysen

    5.4.20 Hey there – here’s an interview with the wonderful Nathan Tysen, one half of Tysen and Miller, and lyricist of Tuck Everlasting, The Burnt Part Boys and Amélie. Music played on this episode includes tracks from the original recordings of Amélie and Fugitive Songs, and Lady of the Sea from Nigel Richards’s album A Shining Truth. Miller […]


  • VotM #11 Jeremy Sams

    A chat in the time of coronavirus with one of the most knowledgeable and erudite voices in British musical theatre, Jeremy Sams. A director, translator, composer, lyricist, librettist and playwright, Jeremy has worked throughout the entire landscape of straight theatre, musicals and opera. He’s also a dear friend and mentor, and I’m thrilled to be […]


  • VotM #10 Jeff Blumenkrantz

    Hi there! A “new” interview, recorded in February 2013 (!), lost and recently rediscovered, with the lovely and supremely talented Jeff Blumenkrantz. If you don’t know the wonderful Jeff Blumenkrantz Songbook Podcast, seek it out immediately. It was great to come back to this interview and remind myself of Jeff’s grace and wisdom. Please leave […]


  • VotM #9 Scott Frankel

    Voice of the Musical returns after a long delay! It returns however, with a lovely interview with the honey-voiced Scott Frankel, who with his writing partner Michael Korie has been responsible for some of the most rich and sophisticated Broadway scores of recent times. I met Scott on the eve of the European première of […]


  • VotM #8 Charles Strouse

    Born in 1928, Charles Strouse composed some of the classic musicals of 60’s and 70’s, Bye Bye Birdie, Applause and of course, Annie, which at the time of writing is previewing in a James Lapine revival at the Palace Theatre on Broadway. He is also the author of several film scores, including Bonnie and Clyde, […]


  • VotM #7 Adam Guettel

    I hope you’ve all had a wonderful summer. I can’t tell you how excited I am to present this episode to you. I spoke to Adam Guettel while he was in London performing an evening of his songs, with Musical Director Kimberly Grigsby (Spring Awakening, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark). It’s fair to say that […]


  • Video Podcast – Wait a Bit – Part 5 of 5

    The fifth and final part of our video podcast looking at the anatomy of ‘Wait a Bit’, from Stiles and Drewe’s Just So.


  • Video Podcast – Wait a Bit – Part 4 of 5

    The fourth part of our video podcast looking at the anatomy of ‘Wait a Bit’, from Stiles and Drewe’s Just So.


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