Aaron Albano, Vicki Noon & Sarrah Strimmel Talk 'Out of Town Tryouts' on THE ENSEMBLIST Podcast

Aaron Albano, Vicki Noon & Sarrah Strimmel Talk 'Out of Town Tryouts' on THE ENSEMBLIST Podcast

Mo Brady (The Addams Family, SMASH) and Nikka Graff Lanzarone (Chicago, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown) announce the release of The Ensemblist's eighth episode: "Out of Town Tryouts."

The 22-minute episode features interviews with three actors who have performed in out of town tryouts that recently made their way to Broadway: Aaron Albano, Vicki Noon and Sarrah Strimmel.

Aaron Albano is veteran of seven Broadway shows: Bombay Dreams, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, A Chorus Line, Mary Poppins, Wicked and now Wicked, where he created the role of Finch. In the "Out of Town Tryouts" episode, Albano details the many changes that took place between the original production at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Milburn, New Jersey and the current Broadway show.

Vicki Noon traveled the country covering the role of Elphaba in the second National Tour of Wicked, a show has also performed in on Broadway. In First Date, a show she also performed in during its world premiere production in Seattle, Noon covers all of the female roles.

Sarrah Strimel has performed in two out of town tryouts: Young Frankenstein and Big Fish, where she plays The Girl in the Water. She is also a former cast member of Broadway's Catch Me If You Can, Rock of Ages and The Producers. In this episode of The Ensemblist, StriMel Chronicles the emotional changes to her role from the final workshop of Big Fish to its opening night on Broadway.

New episodes of The Ensemblist can be downloaded every two weeks through the iTunes store by searching for "The Ensemblist." Episodes can be also be downloaded directly from Podbean at theensemblist.podbean.com.

Upcoming episodes will feature interviews with ensemblists from other countries who have made it to Broadway and a backstage perspective at the famed Radio City Christmas Spectacular.

The website, TheEnsemblist.com, features stories, Q&As, and blog posts from those in the know about life as an ensemblist, plus cool stuff they can't NOT share. You can also follow @theensemblist on Twitter and Like them at facebook.com/theensemblist.

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