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The Ensemblist is an inside look at the experience of being a Broadway performer- from the first rehearsal through performing eight shows a week and beyond. Whether you’re an experienced theatre professional or a passionate fan, The Ensemblist will give you the opportunity to get to know new performers and the great work they do onstage, while also shedding light on some of the hidden innerworkings of the Broadway experience. Created and hosted by Mo Brady (The Addams Family, SMASH) and Nikka Graff Lanzarone (Chicago, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown), The Ensemblist is the only podcast that shows you Broadway from the inside out. 

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Humans of Amelie

Jackson Cline

Friends of the podcast and Amelie cast members Alison Cimmet & Phillipa Soo's new photo series, Humans of Amelie, has taken Instagram by storm. As a tribute to the ensemble cast on their closing weekend, we've shared their portraits below:

HUMANS.OF.AMELIE~Alyse Name: Alyse Alan Louis Role in Amelie: Georgette/Sylvie/Collignon's Mother Instagram handle: None Twitter handle: None Hometown: Havertown, PA Favorite quotation: "Perhaps all the dragons of our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us once beautiful and brave" - Rilke Guilty pleasure: Any season of The Real Housewives on Bravo. This is surprising because it's pleasurable to a point but also fills me with anxiety. A good deed you did, received, or witnessed: I'm on the R filling this out. I noticed this older man across from me. He looked like he had had, a rough day and was falling asleep. All of a sudden, as he dozed off, he toppled over onto the floor and dropped his bag. The fall startled him and as he, red in the face and embarrassed, got back up onto the seats, I picked his bag up off the floor and gave it back to him. I put a hand on his shoulder and asked if he was okay. He said he was and then gave me a reassuring look. He's now completely asleep leaning on his hands and every so often wakes himself up as his head drops from time to time. I know nothing about this man but I hope in the couple of seconds that we made eye contact that he felt that someone cares about him and his experience today. I care about him. Those are the most precious moments to me in NYC, when during a rough day (there's a lot of them here) in a sea of people, a stranger reached out for a second with a kind word, a smile, or a second of understanding eye contact. Or maybe just quietly looked over and actually saw that I was there.

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