The Balancing Act Discovers the Latest on Broadway and More
May 27, 2020
Plus, Ralph Pagano is at the Coconut Grove Arts Festival with Field Roast!
The Balancing Act returns with a new episode covering the latest on Broadway as well as another edition of Ralph on the Road and an inside look at an organization dedicated to helping veterans.
Broadway Across America is back! Go on an epic adventure as host Amber Milt takes us inside the romantic musical Anastasia. Hear from Lila Coogan—making her national tour début as Anya—and costume designer Linda Cho as we learn how the beautifully designed costumes and sweeping score transport audiences from the twilight of the Russian Empire to the excitement of Paris in the 1920s.
Then, celebrity chef Ralph Pagano is going meatless again – but this time, with Field Roast’s plant-based Italian Sausage. Join Ralph at the Coconut Grove Arts Festival, where he meets up with his old pal, Monty Trainer, to enjoy Field Roast’s Italian Sausage.
In addition, a very special organizations does its best to our best to honor veterans–those living and those who are no longer with us. For 17 years, the Wounded Warrior Project has remembered their sacrifices and thank them for our freedom. When many of these brave men and women return home, they can feel lost and emotionally unstable. Some have suffered physical challenges, and spiritually, many are broken. The Wounded Warrior Project helps these veterans heal and find peace.
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