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#72 - Elizabeth Stanley, Stay Open, Stay Curious

Mamas Talkin' Loud

Kicking off our third season, as well as our special four-part miniseries Returning Reborn: The Rebirth of the Broadway Mom, Tony Nominee (Jagged Little Pill) Elizabeth Stanley joined us just weeks before giving birth to her baby girl to share with us her journey to having a #pandemicbaby. While motherhood was not always a path she saw in her future, she is mindfully navigating this new territory with a sense of purpose and curiosity, advocating for herself and her new life as a mother in ways to which we can all relate and aspire.Find more info about the podcast via BPN.fm/mamas. Produced by Dori Berinstein and Alan Seales.Edited by Cara Cooper Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 2mins

31 Aug 2021

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Mastering Mindfulness | Elizabeth Stanley | Episode 14

Think Peace Podcast: Where Peace Crosses the Mind

Stress affects the human brain and body in a number of different ways. It can affect our decision making as well as our bodies. The human brain perceives and processes stress and determines how the body will react to these outside stressors through a process called neuroception. On this episode of the Think Peace Podcast, our host Colette Rausch sits down with Dr. Elizabeth Stanley, a professor of Security Studies and former intelligence officer to discuss how we react to stress in times of conflict, how the process of neuroception works, and how strengthening the mind is a major key to managing stress.

51mins

23 Jun 2021

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Ep. 5 (AE): Elizabeth Stanley (2020 Tony Nominee for Jagged Little Pill) on Building Your Own MT Degree, The Value of Regional Theatre & Continuing Training

Mapping The College Audition: An MTCA Podcast

In this Artist Exploration, Elizabeth and Charlie discuss building your own MT degree, making the switch from Classical Voice to MT, the value of Regional Theatre, and how training is not done at 22 year old.You can follow Elizabeth on Instagram @el.stans. If you would like to learn more about her summer concerts visit the following links: Forestburgh Playhouse: A Benefit Concert Starring Elizabeth Stanley Barrington Stage Company: Elizabeth Stanley in Concert Hamptons: Broadway Out East If you have any questions about the college audition process, feel free to reach out at mailbag@mappingthecollegeaudition.com. If you’re interested in working with MTCA for help with your individualized preparation for your College Audition journey, please check us out at mtcollegeauditions.com, or on Instagram or Facebook. About MTCA: Musical Theater College Auditions (MTCA) is the leader in coaching acting and musical theater students through the college audition process and beyond with superlative results. MTCA has assembled a roster of expert artist-educators who can guide students artistically, organizationally, strategically, and psychologically through the competitive college audition process. MTCA provides the tools, resources, and expertise along with a vast and strong support system. They train the unique individual, empowering the artist to bring their true, authentic self to their work. MTCA believes that by helping students reveal their potential it allows each school to connect with those who are truly right for their programs, which in turn guides each student toward their best college fit. About Charlie Murphy: Charlie is a proud graduate of Carnegie Mellon University’s BFA program. As an Actor he has performed with theaters such as: NY Public Theatre’s “Shakespeare in the Park”, The Pearl Theatre Company, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Chautauqua Theatre Company, Kinetic Theatre Company, and the Shakespeare Theatre of DC.With MTCA [Musical Theater College Auditions -- mtca.nyc], he has been helping prospective theatre students through the college process for over 15 years. As a Teacher and Director, he is able to do a few of his favorite things in life: help students to find their authentic selves as artists, and then help them find their best fit for their collegiate journey. Through this podcast, he hopes to continue that work as well as help demystify this intricate process.This episode was produced by Meghan Cordier and Charlie Murphy. Episode theme music is created by Will Reynolds.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

51mins

9 Jun 2021

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Spirited Conversations - Apr 02 21 - Elizabeth Stanley

Spirited Conversations

Elizabeth Stanly gives a Spirited Conversation on Human Rights and Prisons; Time for a Different Justice

49mins

25 May 2021

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Spirited Conversations - Apr 02 21 - Elizabeth Stanley

Spirited Conversations

Elizabeth Stanly gives a Spirited Conversation on Human Rights and Prisons; Time for a Different Justice

49mins

25 May 2021

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Transforming Suffering to Freedom: Gain Greater Resilience with Dr. Elizabeth Stanley & Blake D. Bauer

Harvesting Happiness

When we are children, unbeknownst to us, neural pathways are being wired together in our brains. This neural-biological wiring colors all our future decisions, how we deal with stress and trauma, and our level of contentment. If we experienced trauma as children, shifting how we interact with the world is not always easy. To discover strategies and concepts that help us heal, Positive Psychology Podcast Host, Lisa Cypers Kamen speaks with two authors who have their own personal, transformational journeys. Dr. Elizabeth Stanley studies the neural biological wiring in our brain as it relates to stress and trauma. She shares concepts and strategies from her book, Widen the Window. And, Blake D. Bauer found his way out of addiction through meditation and mindfulness which he describes in his book, You Were Not Born to Suffer.

1hr

22 Apr 2021

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Transforming Suffering to Freedom: Gain Greater Resilience with Dr. Elizabeth Stanley & Blake D. Bauer

Harvesting Happiness Podcasts

When we are children, unbeknownst to us, neural pathways are being wired together in our brains. This neural-biological wiring colors all our future decisions, how we deal with stress and trauma, and our level of contentment. If we experienced trauma as children, shifting how we interact with the world is not always easy. To discover strategies and concepts that help us heal, Positive Psychology Podcast Host, Lisa Cypers Kamen speaks with two authors who have their own personal, transformational journeys. Dr. Elizabeth Stanley studies the neural biological wiring in our brain as it relates to stress and trauma. She shares concepts and strategies from her book, Widen the Window. And, Blake D. Bauer found his way out of addiction through meditation and mindfulness which he describes in his book, You Were Not Born to Suffer.

22 Apr 2021

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How Parents Can Better Manage Stress & Recover from Trauma - with Dr. Elizabeth Stanley

The Child Repair Guide with Dr. Steve Silvestro

It goes without saying that the ability to manage stress and recover from trauma would certainly come in handy these days. For parents, these skills of mental resilience are important even in “normal times,” as our kids learn how to handle challenges and stress by watching what we do in front of them. And yet the very act of being a parent—dealing with tantrums, poor sleep, questions about behavior and big decisions to make—is stressful in and of itself. How can parents learn to manage stress in a healthy way that’s also good for their kids? My guest in this episode has an answer. Elizabeth Stanley, PhD is Associate Professor of Security Studies at Georgetown University, a military veteran, author, and the creator of Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training. And in her most recent book, Widen the Window: Training Your Brain and Body to Thrive During Stress and Recover from Trauma, Dr. Stanley outlines a powerful approach to help you cope with stress, become less driven by compulsions and emotions, recover from trauma, and enhance your resilience so you can live a truly whole life once more. This is so useful for all of us as parents—especially right now—and arming our kids with these skills would be like giving them superpowers. You can learn more about Dr. Stanley & her Mindfulness-based Mind Fitness Training—and see if you can take it for free—by visiting www.drstevesilvestro.com/130

1hr 9mins

18 Jan 2021

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"Giddy Up!" with Elizabeth Stanley

DRAMA. with Connor & Dylan MacDowell

Connor and Dylan are joined by super special guest Tony nominee Elizabeth Stanley (Jagged Little Pill, On the Town). Listen in on a cozy, rainy evening as they connect over her creating the iconic role of Mary Jane Healy, virtual auditions, a breakdown on the best “Chris” (one month later), the life lessons of Sondheim’s music, how Elizabeth met her fiancé, hiking during the Tony nominations, Diablo Cody’s genius, Chace Crawford aging like a fine wine, the wild west of Twitter, more Emily in Paris, Ragtime, and the most Tony nominated musical of the season: Jagged Little Pill.Follow Elizabeth Stanley on InstagramConnect with Elizabeth on Broadway PlusFollow DRAMA. on Twitter & InstagramFollow Connor MacDowell on Twitter & InstagramFollow Dylan MacDowell on Twitter & InstagramEdited by Maggie Montalto | Twitter & InstagramHERE is where you find official DRAMA. merch! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PATREON HERE! What are you waiting for? Don’t forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts and rate us 5 stars!

52mins

18 Nov 2020

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Episode 2.3 - A Jagged Little Pill of a Year (Elizabeth Stanley)

Why Here

Yes, it's ironic that Broadway star Elizabeth Stanley received her first Tony nomination for a show in which the cast sings a song called "Ironic," in a year that could only be described as a Jagged Little Pill. Never mind whether or not the famed Alanis Morrissette song "Ironic" actually has any real examples of irony in it. That's a debate that's raged for more than two decades ... On this week's episode of Why Here we don't get to the bottom of that, but we do indeed get the infinitely talented Elizabeth to tell us how she became the star of the Broadway musical JAGGED LITTLE PILL, an adaptation of the album that many Gen X'ers and most Millennials will recall as the music that changed their lives. 

1hr

30 Oct 2020

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