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Host of Black Hair in the Big Leagues, Salisha Thomas is coming to you with the much anticipated, the incomparable, the senSATIONal: THE SALISHA SHOW!! We are talking Great Conversations with Great People. Allow for Positive vibes, fun, and endless love to flow from The Salisha Show into your home, your car, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Salisha sits down with people from all walks of life, from every color, shape, size, gender to talk about topics that matter and topics you didn’t kno ...
 
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On today’s episode of The Salisha Show, host Salisha Thomas sits down with two of the producers of the new off-Broadway show Trevor the Musical: Josie Bray and John Ambrosino. John and Josie recall transitioning from artists to producers and how they became a business partnership in addition to lifelong friends. They discuss what goes into producin…
 
Sara Sheperd and Sara King were there. As two of the original cast members in the Broadway smash hit, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, they were both there the day Salisha made her broadway debut on that stage. Sara and Sara join Salisha for an intimate dialogue around getting to live your dream, being the lead title role in a production, and th…
 
Of all the people who have ever been born, less than one percent have a natural talent for doing what they do more effectively and creatively than others. The other ninety-nine percent of the people either have to learn their habits from someone else or develop them through trial and error. Today’s episode is graced by DeLaney Westfall, a Broadway …
 
It is very important to be yourself, especially in a world where everybody wants to be someone else. Being authentic to yourself involves three key facts- knowing yourself, being yourself, and sharing yourself. Once you know yourself, you will be unstoppable even in the face of adversity. You will become more confident and have clarity on your purp…
 
Sometimes when your gut tells you that something is what you need to be doing or is where you need to be going, it will not make sense to anybody else. It’s important to listen to your intuition, follow what your gut is telling you, and act on it. Don’t ask for people’s permission; this can block your path to success. Share your experience after ac…
 
We have the power to stand for what matters to us and others. But sometimes, it’s easy to stay quiet and not say anything even when we ought to. Everybody’s convictions are different, but you’ve got to stick with yours. Your voice matters, and standing for what’s important to you is being your authentic self. In this episode, we are joined by Chest…
 
Nyla Watson is a dedicated actor, concert artist, voice coach, and competition singer in the New York City community. She is also the founder of Queen Nyla Studios, a progress-driven studio for those committed to being lifelong students and growing in their art. Today, she shares her journey of getting her Master’s Degree, to getting into Broadway,…
 
In this episode, our guest is Christian David. He is an award-winning gospel artist, musical theater actor, and playwright. Today, he will talk with us about his first ever experience in Broadway and New York. Also, he will talk about performing arts theater, and his connection with God in his performances. Stay tuned! This is an exciting one! Firs…
 
In this episode, we have invited Tia DeShazor. She is an actor, producer, coach, writer, and co-founder of BOLD, a network for black women creatives. She actively creates change on the stage and develops new projects as a lyricist in the Advanced BMI- Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop. She has also written commissioned work for Prospect Theatre…
 
Featured on today’s episode, host Salisha interviews Rachel Josefina and Susanne Puerschel. Rachel Josefina has a podcast called Mindset in the Making. She was on Susanne’s podcast and it was divine timing that they met each other and became business partners. They created a new event where performing artists can work together and create community.…
 
Featured on today’s episode, host Salisha chats with E. Clayton Cornelious who is a Pittsburgh native and a 22-year Broadway veteran. He recently received the, "Legacy Robe" for his role in the Broadway hit, Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations. In Addition to all of his theatre credits, he is a 3-year Broadway Investor/Producer a…
 
Featured on today’s episode, Salisha interviews the founder of Artists in Residence, Olivia Daniels. Olivia Daniels is a Canadian performer, director, educator, and theatre artist. She earned a BFA in Drama from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where she trained at Playwrights Horizons Theatre School and The New Studio on Broadway. S…
 
Featured on today's episode, Salisha chats with classical performer who performed all over the world, artist resident at the Met at San Francisco Symphony, Grammy-nominated and has a heart for social activism, world-renowned soprano Julia Bullock. Julia shares that she has been able to work but it has shifted more towards recording and no longer ju…
 
Featured on today’s episode, Salisha chats with Isabel Kaegi, Eli Tokash (who played Trevor in the musical), Justin O'Brien and Jhardon DiShon Milton Salisha starts the conversation by asking the guests about their experience in this pandemic where they all worked on improving themselves and were happy and confident in the work that they have been …
 
Featured on today’s episode is a professional graphic designer turned singer and songwriter, Dominic Grijalva. He is working for a decade as the Chief Design Officer in an indie record label based in New York and Seattle. He eventually turned to his first love which is music and singing. He had a lot of opportunities as a performer and a director b…
 
Featured on today’s episode Salisha chats with Market your Genius author and podcast host, Nikki Nash.Nikki shares her journey of starting her own business where she tells people that they must have some blissful or naive optimism that it's going to work out. She thinks that people need that kind of blind optimism to keep moving forward because nob…
 
Featured on today’s episode Salisha chats with Tony award winner, Karen Olivo. Karen tells about her take in an article where she said that being a domestic abuse survivor she is compelled to do something that it all just felt necessary for her to exist. What she’s seeing right now is that the industry she’s in needs her to be an activist. They als…
 
Featured on today’s episode Salisha chats with Broadway musical actor Abby Mueller. Abby stars as Jane Seymour in the blockbuster hit Six, the musical. Abby shares several choice moments when she had to perform sick and what goes through her mind to where she can relax and doesn't change the quality of her performance. She tells what you hear in yo…
 
Are you ready for The Salisha Show? It's coming your way August 10, 2021 everywhere you listen to podcasts.Hosted by Broadway star Salisha Thomas, each episode brings you great conversations with great people.Looking for a high vibe, upbeat and uplifting conversation to power through your day?Tune into The Salisha Show! Learn more about your ad cho…
 
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