Jillian’s last episode as NYT Antics host. Join us as we tell tales of a new NYT up in Wisconsin, Jr. Camper madness, West Side Story mad libs, and a recall of the last 2.5 years of memories, editing,
The last installment of our spring show series! Isa Barosh, CJ Young, and Rylee Williams all talk about their experience performing in Annie, alongside some of its biblical themes and fun onstage bloopers and stories.
Due to the name of the show an dthe sheer number of new people that joined the NYT family during Newsies, this episode felt very necessary. Guests Niko Theriault, Hannah Damrell, and Kayleigh Collier talk us through their origins, experience,
Closing out the spring season, we interview Joey McGrew, Savannah Alexander, and Brent Cabote about the Newsies rehersal, tech week, and show process! The episode looks at the themes of the show in regards to the gospel and chronicles the many injuries...
Welcoming in the spring season, we interview Aimee Bowles and Erica Gallegos about their experience directing Annie and Newsies, respectively. The episode also features exciting annoucements about the summer season, the definition of alumni,
As we are in a waiting period after saying goodbye to Grimm and before auditions start for spring shows begin, here is our first ever Throwback Thursday! Today we release a never-before-heard episode recorded in reminiscence of NYT’s Matilda!
Today we interview Grimm Jr. cast members, Sadie Thomas, Sam Morales, Canaan Bowles, and director Erica Gallegos on the happenings in the other half of NYT’s Grimm participants! They may be the younger cast, but that does not affect their insight,
Today we interview the Grimm senior cast members, Joey McGrew, Isa Barosh, Caleb Jasso, and director (not co-host) Justin Parks to talk history, and favorite scenes, songs, and moments from Grimm Fairytales as it hits the Texas stage for the very first...
Today we interview Aladdin cast members over what to expect from NYT’s first ever summer show! We also introduce a ne wsegment on current events in the world of theatre, so feel free to eduacte yourself on those happenings as well!
Today we interview Eve Cox and Ashton Vaughn of in NYT’s The Little Mermaid. From babbling about sweaty costumes to how to portray effective comedy to adjusting one’s acting to fit playing a non-human, this episode has a lot of tips, tricks,