Actor/songwriter Barry Anderson and actor/choreographer Rusty Mowery join Nancy to discuss their Broadway-driven careers and work with Jersey Boys, Kinky Boots, and Pretty Woman, where they were when Broadway and London’s West End closed due to the pandemic, and their experiences working and staying connected in the business during these isolating times. Plus, a glimpse into Barry’s new music and suggestions on how we can support the arts and the people behind it (1:37).
In the second segment, Nancy is joined by former ad agency CEO, women’s marketing expert, actress, and New York Times best-selling author Mary Lou Quinlan to discuss her decision to add ballroom dancing to her calendar and the positive effects from diving into that experience (35:35).
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