This summer, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by author and educator Steve Cuden for his podcast StoryBeat. We got into it. Like two old friends talking over a cup of coffee, I have never felt more comfortable talking about making music and being a singer.
The following is excerpted rom Steve's website
Steve is perhaps best known for co-conceiving the Broadway and international hit musical, Jekyll & Hyde, The Musical. He wrote the show’s original book and lyrics with renowned composer, Frank Wildhorn. Steve and Frank also co-conceived the international hit musical, Rudolf, Affaire Mayerling. Steve has written ninety teleplays including episodes of such well-known television series as: X-Men, The Batman, Iron Man, Xiaolin Showdown, Pink Panther, The Mask, Loonatics Unleashed, Extreme Ghostbusters, Goof Troop, Gargoyles, and Beetlejuice. Steve has published two popular books on scriptwriting, Beating Broadway: How to Create Stories for Musicals That Get Standing Ovations, and Beating Hollywood: Tips for Creating Unforgettable Screenplays. He directed and co-produced the multi-award-winning horror-comedy movie, Lucky, for which he won the award for Best Director at the Nodance Film Festival. Lucky also won the awards for Best Feature at Shriekfest in L.A., The New York City Horror Film Festival, MicroCineFest in Baltimore, and the Weekend of Fear in Nuremberg, Germany. As an Assistant Professor of Screenwriting at Point Park University, Steve is proud to teach numerous talented students about how to tell unforgettable stories for the screen.
You can learn more about Steve at his website, SteveCuden.com
Find out more about Steve by visiting his website at https://www.storybeat.net/about-steve-cuden/