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Season Two of Broadway Sandwich Announced

Thursday, August 1, 2019 | SHARE

Behind the scenes with stars from “Hadestown,” “Beetlejuice,” “The Lion King,” “ The Cher Show,” “Waitress,” “ The Prom,” “ Pretty Woman,” “Beautiful,” “Chicago,” and “My Fair Lady”


Premieres Wednesday, August 14 on Facebook Watch and YouTube


Wednesday, August 21 at 8 p.m. on the ALL ARTS streaming app,

 broadcast channel (check local listing), and


Synopsis of Broadway Sandwich:
Follow host Garen Scribner as he reveals what some of Broadway’s biggest stars do in the short time “sandwiched” between matinee and evening performances. This season takes viewers behind the scenes with Ahmad Simmons (Hadestown), Teal Wicks (The Cher Show), Rob McClure (Beetlejuice), Evan Todd (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), Bradley Gibson (The Lion King), Rebecca Eichenberger (My Fair Lady), Jessica Ernest (Chicago), Isabelle McCalla (The Prom), Charity Angél Dawson (Waitress), and Ellyn Marie Marsh (Pretty Woman).

Each 13-minute episode will be released on ALL ARTS digital platforms first and will then be paired up for premiere on the ALL ARTS broadcast channel. Season 1 episodes were viewed nearly 1,000,000 times and drew fans from across the U.S. As one fan expressed after last season’s “Hamilton” finale episode, “I hope this continues! My favorite Broadway series I’ve seen.” Another commented on YouTube, “I had a mini binge session with these videos. I love them so much!”

Season 2 Noteworthy Moments:

  • “Hadestown” actor Ahmad Simmons takes us inside his on-the-job training to learn to play the guitar for his understudy role of Orpheus.
  • “The Cher Show” star Teal Wicks gives a behind-the-scenes peek at Bob Mackie’s Tony Award-winning costumes from the show.
  • “The Prom” star Isabelle McCalla takes us inside her home for a homemade meal and candid conversation about the life-changing effect her show has had on fans.
  • “Beetlejuice” star Rob McClure shares an intimate family moment with his wife and new baby and gives an up close look at his full pre-show ritual.
  • “The Lion King” star Bradley Gibson teaches his signature lion moves and reveals why playing Simba is a real full circle moment.
  • “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” star Evan Todd shows us how he stays in shape for 8 shows a week and spills secrets from the set.
  • Broadway veteran Rebecca Eichenberger of “My Fair Lady” shares the lessons she’s learned in a career that’s spanned nearly 3 decades.
  • “Waitress” actress Charity Angél Dawson tells her story of going from shy church mouse to Broadway powerhouse and reveals secrets about the food on set.
  • Jessica Ernest of “Chicago” shows how she stays in shape for those Fosse dance moves by rock climbing between shows.
  • “Pretty Woman” actress Ellyn Marsh tells of her hilarious and heartwarming path to Broadway and shares how she’s helping the next generation of theater stars reach their goals.


Digital Premiere Schedule for Facebook Watch and YouTube:

  • Wednesday, August 14 – Isabelle McCalla from “The Prom”
  • Wednesday, August 21 – Ellyn Marsh from “Pretty Woman”
  • Wednesday, August 28 – Teal Wicks from “The Cher Show”
  • Wednesday, September 4 – Rob McClure from “Beetlejuice”
  • Wednesday, September 11 – Charity Angél Dawson from “Waitress”
  • Wednesday, September 18 – Jessica Ernest from “Chicago”
  • Wednesday, September 25 – Rebecca Eichenberger from “My Fair Lady”
  • Wednesday, October 2 – Bradley Gibson from “The Lion King”
  • Wednesday, October 9 – Evan Todd from “Beautiful”
  • Wednesday, October 16 – Ahmad Simmons from “Hadestown”
  • Episode Run Times: 13 minutes


Broadcast and Streaming Premiere Schedule:

  • Wednesday, August 21 at 8 p.m. ET – Broadway Sandwich: “The Prom” and “Pretty Woman”
  • Wednesday, September 4 at 8 p.m. ET – Broadway Sandwich: “The Cher Show” and “Beetlejuice”
  • Wednesday, September 18 at 8 p.m. ET – Broadway Sandwich: “Waitress” and “Chicago”
  • Wednesday, October 2 at 8 p.m. ET – Broadway Sandwich: “My Fair Lady” and “The Lion King”
  • Wednesday, October 16 at 8 p.m. ET – Broadway Sandwich: “Beautiful” and “Hadestown”
  • Episode Run Times: 30 minutes


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New York Area Channel Listings
Digital Antenna: 21.4
Comcast: 958/1156
Optimum: 144
Spectrum: 1276
Verizon Fios: SD 497/HD 498

Production Credits:
Created by Garen Scribner and Rebecca Soldinger. Jesse Green, Garen Scribner, and Rebecca Soldinger are Executive Producers.

For Penelope Studios, Brandon DeLany is Director. Lloyd Jay Fass and Brandon DeLany are Executive Producers.

For ALL ARTS, Joe Harrell is Senior Director. Kristy Geslain is Senior Producer. Anna Campbell is Multimedia Producer. Diane Masciale is Executive in Charge.

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