Antaeus Theater Company's Artistic Director and groundbreaking actor, Bill Brochtrup, stops by for a chat about his life, career, the ZIP CODE Series, and so much more.For more about ANTAEUS: http://antaeus.orgFor more about Bill Brochtrup: http://billbrochtrup.comFor more about the podcast: http://keithpricecurtaincall.comSEE the interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvgJ2eintoc&t=7s
THE BOYS WHO BRUNCH: w/ writer Sean Abley, actors Bill Brochtrup and Parnell Damone Marcano and sound designer Jeff Gardner
DENNIS ANYONE? with Dennis Hensley
Dennis is joined via Zoom by four of the creators behind the new audio drama 90069: West Hollywood - Brunch, Interrupted, which is one of a series of Zip Code plays produced by the L.A.-based Antaeus Theatre Company. The four guests are writer Sean Abley, actors Parnell Damone Marcano and Bill Brochtrup (who is also the company's Artistic Director) and sound designer Jeff Gardner. The quartet talk about the process of creating the project during COVID and the play's oh-so-current theme of gentrification of gay neighborhoods. Then the group joins Dennis for a rousing round of You Don't Know My Life! where they each submit answers to this question: What's something you've witnessed or experienced where you thought, 'Only in West Hollywood?' The answers range from the hilarious--a shirtless neighbor asking, "Do you have any poppers I could borrow?"--to the poignant--RIP, Silver Spoon and Yukon Mining Company diners. You can listen to the audio play Brunch Interrupted here: https://antaeus.org/special_events/90069-west-hollywood/
While Lovell is filming in the Land of Blue Black Midnight, Roger sits down solo with Sean Abley and Bill Brochtrup, two of the creative forces behind Antaeus Theatre Company's podcast series The Zip Code Plays: Los Angeles. Now in Season 2, The Zip Code Plays investigate the tapestry of LA's sundry neighborhoods, and Sean has written a clever satirical episode devoted to none other than 90069: West Hollywood. Bill (who is not only Antaeus' Co-Artistic Director but also starred in the landmark drama NYPD Blue) joins actors Parnell Damone Marco and Anne Gee Byrd in this portrait of interracial gay couple confronting the "straight colonization" of WeHo. Get ready for a fun deep dive into the place where classical and contemporary storytelling collide and how we also wrestle with change, in our neighborhoods and our lives - especially while creating work in these twilight days of the pandemic. As soon as you finish this episode, go check out The Zip Code Plays wherever you listen to podcasts, and follow Sean at @seanabley and Bill at @billbrochtrup. Don't forget to check out all the folx mentioned in this week's Gayborhood Watch: F.W. Murnau and Mitchell Anderson. And be sure to follow @rogerqmason and @lovell.holder for all your Gayborhood updates!
The dangers of "coming out" as a celebrity in the '90's; how cancer taught him to be joyful; how the USO changed his mind on the military; and the discovery of his current sense of purpose. Bill Brochtrup is a professional television, film and stage actor, best known for his role as "John Irvin" in ABC's critically-acclaimed hit series, NYPD BLUE. He has also had long-running roles on hit shows like Showtime's "Shameless", and TNT's "Major Crimes", among dozens of other credits in television and film. A prolific stage actor, Bill is also Co-Artistic Director of The Antaeus Theatre Company in Glendale, CA. He works with numerous charities and philanthropic organizations, including AIDS Walks, and the USO and Armed Forces Entertainment. On the 5th Anniversary of his being free from cancer, Bill participated in an ancient spiritual pilgrimage in Northern Spain that is still alive today: Camino De Santiago To learn more about the United Service Organizations: USO To learn more about Armed Forces Entertainment: AFE Bill's Instagram: @billbrochtrup Bill's Twitter: @billbrochtrup Bill's Facebook: Bill Brochtrup Official Website: nicholasdagosto.com Instagram: @nicholasdagosto #GodsDelicateShow Twitter: @nicholasdagosto #GodsDelicateShow LinkedIn: Nicholas D'Agosto Music by Sean Whalen, Art by Alexandra Delano
Bill Brochtrup - Actor (NYPD Blue / Major Crimes)Join me as I sit down with veteran television and stage actor Bill Brochtrup. You might know him from NYPD Blue, you might know him from Major Crimes on TNT, or you might know him because he is probably in that play you saw, that one time, at that one place.... you remember, you were there with that girl... the one with the hair... anyway... Bill and i discuss his television and stage career as well as the wonderful theater company that he is the co-artistic director of: Antaeus on Broadway in Glendale, Ca. I hope you have as much fun listening as I had talking with this great guy.Follow Bill on social media:Twitter: @BillBrochtrupInsta: @BillBrochtrupFB: Bill Brochtrup
Steve Cooper talks with actor Bill Brochtrup. Bill was originally cast for just two episodes of NYPD Blue during the show's second season. However, when his splendid portrayal of P.A.A. John Irvin won over the show's producers and audience alike, he was invited to reprise the very same role in comedy series Public Morals and two years later he returned to NYPD Blue as Irvin, and continued to be a much-loved character for 8 seasons. His other TV roles include shows such as Murder, She Wrote, Dharma & Greg, Without a Trace, Dexter, Kendra plus recurring roles in Shameless and Major Crimes.
The Antaeus Theater Co. April 21, 2015 Bill Brochtrup joins the State of Shakespeare to talk the 99 seat theater plan and it's future in Los Angeles, The Antaeus Company and the benefits of partner casting.Antaeus is a cooperative theater ensemble founded to empower the actor and to bring classical theater to Los Angeles. The company exists to create a family of artists and audiences and is dedicated to exploring stories with enduring themes. Taking their company name from the Titan who gained strength by touching the Earth, Antaeus members — many of whom are familiar to film and television audiences — regain their creative strength by returning to the wellspring of their craft: live theater. Members of the company span a wide range of age, ethnicity and experience; they have performed on Broadway, at major regional theaters across the country, in film, television and on local stages, and are the recipients of numerous accolades including Tony, Los Angeles and New York Drama Critics Circle, Ovation, LA Weekly, and Back Stage Garland nominations and awards. Audiences, who never see an understudy due to Antaeus’ trademark “partner casting,” frequently return to see the same play in the hands of an equally excellent but very different set of actors.