In March 1998, members of the Cat Protection Society in Brisbane, Australia were shocked at the murder of one of their own, a 52-year-old Veterinarian named Dr Kathleen Marshall. An outspoken crusader for animal rights, Kathleen seemed an unlikely target for such a brutal assault... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Jessica Forsayeth Creative direction – Milly Raso Production and music – Mike Migas Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn This episode's sponsors: DoorDash – Get $10 off and FREE delivery for your first order of $20 or more with promo code ‘CASEFILEAUS’ Beam Dream – Get up to 35% off of Dream Powder with promo code ‘CASEFILE’ BetterHelp – Get 10% off your first month of professional counselling with a licensed therapist Best Fiends – Download Best Fiends for free For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-217-kathleen-marshall
Kathleen Marshall and Sutton Foster, Tim Renkow, Scarlett Johansson suing Disney.
Yesterday the audience was on its feet – more than once - to applaud the cast, the band and the design of Anything Goes at the Barbican Theatre in London. On Front Row today Samira Ahmed talks to Kathleen Marshall, the director and choreographer about the appeal of the show today, and to Sutton Foster, the American star making her UK debut as Reno Sweeney, who gets to sing some of Cole Porter’s greatest songs including I Get a Kick Out of You which she has recorded especially for Front Row.Co-written by Tim Renkow and Shaun Pye, the BBC Three black-comedy series Jerk revolves around the character Tim who uses the fact that he has cerebral palsy to try and get away with anything. Tim Renkow joins us to discuss the new second series and representation of disability in television.It was announced at the end of last week that Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney for breach of contract over the Marvel film Black Widow, with its scaled-back cinema release. Rebecca Rubin from Variety in New York considers the case and whether there might be further fallout as streaming is now such a significant income-generator for the major studios.Presenter Samira AhmedProducer Jerome Weatherald
Interview with Kathleen Marshall, Charlotte from The Princess Diaries
Hey Now! Hey Now!
Queen Clarisse had to survive 30 minutes without her assistant Charlotte because she was too busy speaking to us! That’s right, actress Kathleen Marshall a.k.a the woman who invented headsets (sorry Britney) gives us the low-down on her favourite memories working alongside Director (and father) Garry Marshall, as well as discussing what it was like shooting scenes with Julie Andrews and Anne Hathaway! The tea is TRULY served, ma’am. Pro tip: best listened to with a bowl of pear sorbet a.k.a. a Genovian palette cleanser.Consider a donation to The Garry Marshall Theatre: https://www.garrymarshalltheatre.org/donateInstagram: Hey Now! Hey Now! @heynowheynow Emily Sandford: @sandfordemilyBarney Leigh: @barneyleigh93Produced by: Podcast Design (London), Graphics by: @junkmail Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How Do We Have It All? With Laura Bell Bundy & Kathleen Marshall
How We Do This
On this week’s special episode, Krystal and Kristen sit down with three-time TONY Award Winning director Kathleen Marshall and Tony-nominated actress, singer, writer, producer Laura Bell Bundy to discuss motherhood, marriage, finding your way on the bright lights of Broadway and creating the life of your dreams! Also, Krystal & Kristen discuss Beyonce, bad politics, and why one of them is having a baby. Tune in to find out who...
#104 KATHLEEN MARSHALL, Tony Award Winning Director/Choreographer
BEHIND THE CURTAIN: BROADWAY'S LIVING LEGENDS » Podcast
Brush Up Your Marshall because we have three time Tony Award winning director and choreographer, Kathleen Marshall, to discuss all things theatre, dance, and musical theatre history! From an actress in the chorus of the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera to associate choreographer, from reality TV show judge to Artistic Director, Kathleen has held every job imaginable and is still raring to do more! Her Broadway credits include Kiss Me Kate, Wonderful Town, Grease, Nice Work If You Can Get It, and so many more! Kathleen pulls back the curtain on her career to discuss how she and her brother, Rob, fell in love with the business living in Pittsburgh, PA, what it was like to bring a contemporary lens to Golden Age musicals, and why her first Broadway visit involved strippers and animals chilling in a hotel room. Also, Kathleen shines the spotlight on Michael Blakemore, Hal Prince, Chita Rivera, Graciela Daniele, and Donna Murphy! Become a sponsor of Behind The Curtain and get early access to interviews, private playlists, and advance knowledge of future guests so you can ask the legends your own questions. Go to: http://bit.ly/2i7nWC4 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
SDCF Podcast Series Replay: One-on-One Conversation with Pam MacKinnon and Kathleen Marshall
SDCF Podcast Series
Welcome to SDCF Podcast Series Replay, which revisits podcasts that seem especially relevant this season. As we approach the 2017 “Mr. Abbott” Award Gala honoring director Kenny Leon, we will be featuring discussions by previous “Mr. Abbott” Award recipients. Also, in acknowledgement of Women’s History Month, this week’s podcast features two directors at the top of their game who also happen to be women; SDC President Pam MacKinnon and 2005 “Mr. Abbott” Award honoree Kathleen Marshall. Originally recorded – June 12, 2013
The Producer's Perspective Podcast with Ken Davenport
Kathleen Marshall is a director, choreographer, and creative consultant. She began her Broadway career as an assistant to her brother Rob, the choreographer of Kiss of the Spider Woman, in 1993. The two also collaborated on She Loves Me, Damn Yankees, Victor/Victoria, and Seussical. She was the artistic director for the Encores! series of staged musical revivals from 1996 through 2000. During that time, she choreographed The Boys from Syracuse, Li'l Abner and Call Me Madam and both directed and choreographed Babes in Arms and Wonderful Town. The Encores! production of Wonderful Town transferred to Broadway in November 2003 and ran until January 2005 for which she won the Tony Award for Best Choreography. She was the director and choreographer of the Broadway revival of Pajama Game which opened in February 2006. She directed and choreographed a Broadway revival of Cole Porter's Anything Goes in 2011. She was the director and choreographer of the musical Nice Work If You Can Get It which opened on Broadway in April 2012.Like most in demand and successful choreographers, she quickly transitioned to the role of Director/Choreographer and helmed shows like Anything Goes, The Pajama Game, Nice Work If You Can Get It and this season’s a capella In Transit. Kathleen told me how she comes up with those killer numbers in this week’s podcast, as well as . . . How her Director in summer stock knew she was going to direct someday. What it’s like to have an older brother who is also a successful Director/Choreographer, and what she learned from him. What it’s like to be married (!) to a Producer . . . and the three roles she thinks every Producer must fill. The downside of long-running shows on Broadway. Why non-profit and commercial theater are more similar than not. Keep up with me: @KenDavenportBwaywww.theproducersperspective.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices