Off and On: A New York Theatre podcast

Host Bernardo Cubria talks with comedian/actor Andrew Goffman about how finding your father's secret porn collection can change your life. From having newfound desires for the cleaning lady, to being unable to connect with your classmates, Andrew shares his journey as an accidental pervert. Plus we hear about Andrew's stand-up days and how he ended up doing his hilarious one man show "The Accidental Pervert" for the past three years. visit for more info

Direct download: Andrew_Goffman.mp3
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Host Bernardo Cubria talks to the playwright/translator Caridad Svich. From falling in love with theatre in a library to funding the amazing NoPassport, Caridad is a woman on a mission to bring us all closer together. Plus we get to hear the pros and cons of being prolific and thoughts on how learning about the business side of theatre can change your path. Check out her website

Direct download: Caridad_Svich.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:09pm EDT

Host Bernardo Cubria talks to the mega talented Composer-Lyricist and Music Director Steven Jamail. How does a kid in Texas go from playing the Marimba in high school to having a concert at Lincoln Center? Download and find out! Plus Steven and Bernardo compare the musical theatre world to the staright theatre world and talk about the inspiring work Steven does at Rosie O'Donnell's charity. Check out his music at

Direct download: Steven_Jamail.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:49am EDT

Host Bernardo Cubria talks to former theatre dude and now musician Arian Saleh about how the grandson of the First Lady of Opera from Iran ended up being a successful musician in Los Angeles.  Plus they discuss Arian's high school theatre days, he played Chino in West Side Story Yo!, to his being stuck in a 9 to 5 and deciding its time to follow his dream. That song you hear is his new single Underhill, Cop Dat at

Direct download: Arian_Saleh.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:55pm EDT

Host Bernardo Cubria talks to Tanya Saracho about how oversharing on facebook can get your apartment broken into and why wanting to get rid of your accent can lead to a career in the theatre. They also discuss why Spanish isn't considered a hip language nowadays and compare and contrast the Chicago scene versus the New Yok scene. From never being told no as a child to always fighting for theatre to progress; Tanya is one chida chica del teatro.

Direct download: Tanya_Saracho.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:01pm EDT