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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Marc Sherman. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Marc Sherman, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Marc Sherman. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Marc Sherman, often where they are interviewed.

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RPL August 12 Hr 2 Seg 2 Marc Sherman, Founder & CEO, Organic Conceptions

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Helping couples struggling with infertility stay connected
Aug 12 2020 · 28mins
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#5 - Jonathan Marc Sherman

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Jonathan Marc Sherman has been a professional playwright since he was a teenager. At 18 his play, Women and Wallace, was part of the Young Playwrights Festival and directed by James LaPine and then Don Scardino. The play was made for television audiences for PBS-TV's American Playhouse with a cast that included Josh Hamilton, Debra Monk and Cynthia Nixon. Sherman has been writing ever since. (He also has a long list of acting credits which started when he played the Artful Dodger at the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera). Most recently Sherman wrote the book for The New Group’s production of Bob and Carol Ted and Alice with music and lyrics by Duncan Sheik. Sherman co-founded Malaparte theater company with Josh Hamilton and Ethan Hawke. His work has been presented at The Public Theater, Playwrights Horizons, Williamstown and around the world from Australia to Istanbul to Japan. He has written several pieces for 24 Hour Plays, Viral Monologues including The Conversationalistthe musical Fear of Frying, and Painting


This conversation was recorded May 15, 2020.

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Jul 09 2020 · 56mins
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Marc Sherman details his family's battle with COVID-19

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Apr 17 2020 · 4mins
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Ep. #57 - A Psychological Look at the Patient Journey, An Interview with Marc Sherman

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We’ve all heard the stories. Your neighbor started the adoption process and got pregnant in the middle of the process. A cousin gave up on conception after 3 years and was pregnant within a month. Is there something internal going on that helps this happen? On this episode of Inside Reproductive Health, Griffin talks to Marc Sherman, founder of Organic Conceptions. After two unexpected pregnancies amidst a journey with infertility, he wanted to investigate this phenomenon. Teaming up with a psychologist, Organic Conceptions created an online program for couples struggling to conceive. Their program helps to reassess patient expectations and help them through their mental and emotional challenges.

Learn about Marc Sherman and his company, Organic Conceptions, by visiting www.organic-conceptions.com.

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Feb 10 2020 · 28mins
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Episode 158 - Jonathan Marc Sherman, Part 2

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Jonathan Marc Sherman  Part 2

Mr,Sherman was born and raised in New Jersey, graduated from Bennington College, and lives in New York City. His plays include: Things We Want; Clive; Knickerbocker; Evolution; Wonderful Time; Sons & Fathers; Sophistry; Veins & Thumbtacks; Serendipity & Serenity; Jesus on the Oil Tank; and Women & Wallace (also adapted for PBS-TV’s American Playhouse). They have been performed at Malaparte(co-founder), The New Group, The Public Theater, Playwrights Horizons, Williamstown Theatre Festival, WPA Theater, Los Angeles Theatre Center, and the Young Playwrights Festival, as well as in England, Australia, Israel, Istanbul, and Japan. Acting includes: Theater: Ivanov (CSC), Clive (The New Group); Sophistry (Playwrights Horizons); A Joke, Wild Dogs and The Great Unwashed (Malaparte); Up For Anything (Kraine), I Wanna Be Adored (NY Performance Works), Unexpected Tenderness (WPA), The Chopin Playoffs (American Jewish Theatre), and Oliver! (Pittsburgh Civic  Light Opera). TV/Film: Quiz Show; Blaze; The Hottest State; The Baxter; The Limbo Room; When The Nines Roll Over; and My First Swedish Bombshell. He is a member of LAByrinth. His hobby is writing about himself in the third person.

Aug 12 2019 · 42mins
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Episode 157 - Jonathan Marc Sherman, Part 1

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Jonathan Marc Sherman was born and raised in New Jersey, graduated from Bennington College, and lives in New York City. His plays include: Things We Want; Clive; Knickerbocker; Evolution; Wonderful Time; Sons & Fathers; Sophistry; Veins & Thumbtacks; Serendipity & Serenity; Jesus on the Oil Tank; and Women & Wallace (also adapted for PBS-TV’s American Playhouse). They have been performed at Malaparte(co-founder), The New Group, The Public Theater, Playwrights Horizons, Williamstown Theatre Festival, WPA Theater, Los Angeles Theatre Center, and the Young Playwrights Festival, as well as in England, Australia, Israel, Istanbul, and Japan. Acting includes: Theater: Ivanov (CSC), Clive (The New Group); Sophistry (Playwrights Horizons); A Joke, Wild Dogs and The Great Unwashed (Malaparte); Up For Anything (Kraine), I Wanna Be Adored (NY Performance Works), Unexpected Tenderness (WPA), The Chopin Playoffs (American Jewish Theatre), and Oliver! (Pittsburgh Civic  Light Opera). TV/Film: Quiz Show; Blaze; The Hottest State; The Baxter; The Limbo Room; When The Nines Roll Over; and My First Swedish Bombshell. He is a member of LAByrinth. His hobby is writing about himself in the third person.

Aug 05 2019 · 1hr 5mins
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Marc Sherman with Organic Conceptions discusses the Importance of Emotional Health

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Marc Sherman is husband and father of 3 children. Marc graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a bachelors in Marketing. He spent over 20 years working in a variety of sales and marketing leadership positions at American Power Conversion and Schneider Electric. 

For the last 4 years Marc has dedicated himself and his work to forming the Organic Conceptions organization. The organization is dedicated to uncovering the patterns, insights and commonalities from couples who unexpectedly overcame infertility. It’s Marc’s belief that society evolves through shared experiences. What they learned though these stories allows them to provide couples with the critical emotional support and self-discovery tools that can dramatically alter their journey to parenthood and beyond. 

On a personal note, Marc loves clamming, grilling, boating and enjoying the summer months with his family at the beach!

marc@organic-conceptions.com

url: organic-conceptions.com

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Apr 30 2019 · 52mins
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Believing and Trusting | Marc Sherman and Dr. Kate Webster of Organic Conceptions

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Today’s guests are Marc Sherman and Dr. Kate Webster, creators of the revolutionary online course Organic Conceptions. This course began with Erin and Marc Sherman’s personal struggle in trying to conceive for a decade. In partnership with Dr. Webster, they created a roadmap for themselves and others to chart a course that engages and empowers couples on their path to parenthood. They share the primary goals of Organic Conceptions, the main three chapters and primary expectations that arise and the importance of surrender. Marc and Dr. Webster are really doing some amazing work with helping others achieve emotional health and insight during their process and I thank them for digging deep in their own experience to provide a ton of hope, guidance, and information for others.

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Oct 27 2017 · 1hr 12mins
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Upstaging: A Theatre Podcast - Women and Wallace by Jonathan Marc Sherman

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Jeremy, Adrian and Drew analyze, discuss and pick apart a different play or musical every week. This week, we get Freudian with Women and Wallace by Jonathan Marc Sherman.
Sep 07 2015 · 35mins