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Intimate, personal conversations with theatre’s biggest talents, ranging all across the spectrum of individuals involved in the professional theatre industry. It features both stars and creatives such as producers, stage managers, directors, press and marketing agents, or even the people who own the theaters themselves. Hosted by Alan Seales, part of

Ep25 – Patti Murin

Patti Murin made her Broadway debut in 2007 in Xanadu. She went on to originate the title character of Lysistrata Jones in 2011. Following that, she played Glinda in the first national tour of Wicked in 2012. Patti is pathologist Nina Shore on the NBC medical drama television series Chicago Med. She can currently be seen as Princess Anna in Frozen the Musical on Broadway.

In this episode, we discuss

  • Patti’s first show, Cinderella, included the Shoop Shoop song
  • Intentional parenting
  • Uploading our consciousness into The Cloud
  • Why The Bachelor’s Colton and Cassie made their first, public date a trip to see Patti in Frozen on Broadway
  • Being a Disney princess now for a second time
  • Dealing with severe anxiety and depression
  • Why she still cries every time she calls out of a show
  • The best parts of bringing Anna to life

To read the Refinery29 article referenced in the podcast, click here.

Interview content begins at 2:34.

Closing standards begin at 1:02:23.

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Ep25 – Patti Murin