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Podcast: 'Your Program is Your Ticket' Welcomes Dorothy Lyman and Abigail Hawk

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Podcast: 'Your Program is Your Ticket' Welcomes Dorothy Lyman and Abigail Hawk Award-winning playwright Sean Chandler, recently interviewed two-time Emmy Award-Winning Actress, Dorothy Lyman, and BLUE BLOODS Series Regular, Abigail Hawk for the popular theatre podcast, Your Program Is Your Ticket. The podcast discussion revolves around Lyman's new play, In the Bleak Midwinter, the inspiration for the play, play development and collaboration.

Now in its second year, Your Program Is Your Ticket (YPIYT) has interviewed upwards of 200 theatre artists including Matthew Broderick, Charles Busch, Casey Cott, (Kevin Keller in the hit television series Riverdale/CW), and Corey Cott, Martin Denton, Shay Gines, David Pittu, Peggy Shaw, Carly Street, New York & Chicago Neo-Futurists, Chicago's Flying Elephant Production, Retro Productions, EPIC Players Inclusion Company, among others.

Host Sean Chandler's mission is to give a voice to all theatre artists from Indie theatre to Broadway, from National to International Artists. The podcast offers a rare glimpse into the world of theatre from the people who create it. From producers, actors, lighting designers, stage managers, writers, understudies, and directors.


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About Dorothy Lyman and Abigail Hawk:

Dorothy Lyman has had a long and illustrious career as an actor, playwright, director, and producer. She won two Emmy Awards for her work as Opal Gardner on All My Children and is well known for her work on Mama's Family where she played Naomi Oates Harper. Ms. Lyman directed the original New York production of A Couple White Chicks Sitting Around Talking.

Ms. Lyman is also a theatre/television director and filmmaker. She directed 75 episodes of the hit show, The Nanny for CBS. Her first film, shot in Delaware County, The Northern Kingdom, is currently available on Netflix, as is her second film, Split Ends.

Current film and television work includes guest starring on episodes of HBO's DIVORCE and Elementary on CBS. As well as appearances in Bad Hurt (2015) and Bullitt County (2018), along with Back Fork and Vault, both currently in post-production. Dorothy recently filmed guest starring roles for THE BLACKLIST and the new Dick WOLF series, FBI.

Abigail Hawk is a New York-based actress who has worked on such television shows as Body of Proof, The Jim Gaffigan Show, and ARE WE THERE YET? She most recently guest-starred opposite Mariska Hargitay and Raul Esparza on Law and Order: SVU. She is well known for playing Detective Baker, the unflappable right hand of NYPD Police Commissioner Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck) on CBS' Blue Bloods, currently in its 9th season. Hawk's film work includes her award-winning performance in Almost Paris and the romantic dramedy Rich Boy, Rich Girl. She also starred opposite Chevy Chase in ION Network's feature A Christmas in Vermont. Upcoming projects include Brother's Keeper with Laurence Fishburne and Milo Gibson. Abigail is a proud member of both SAG-AFTRA and Actor's Equity Association.


Podcast: 'Your Program is Your Ticket' Welcomes Dorothy Lyman and Abigail Hawk Now in its second year, Your Program Is Your Ticket (YPIYT) has interviewed upwards of 200 theatre artists including Matthew Broderick, Charles Busch, Casey Cott, (Kevin Keller in the hit television series Riverdale/CW), and Corey Cott, Martin Denton, Shay Gines, David Pittu, Peggy Shaw, Carly Street, New York & Chicago Neo-Futurists, Chicago's Flying Elephant Production, Retro Productions, The Anthropologists, EPIC Players Inclusion Company, Between Two Boroughs, among others.

Each episode features a musical intro by the hip-hop comedy group, North Coast, NYC. Host Sean Chandler's mission is to give a voice to all theatre artists from Indie theatre to Broadway, from National to International Artists. The podcast offers a rare glimpse into the world of theatre from the people who create it. From producers, actors, lighting designers, stage managers, writers, understudy's, and directors.

Sean Chandler (Creator/Producer/Host) is an award-winning playwright who has been a podcast host since 2012, having co-hosted three prior shows; Lundon Calling, Lundon Calling's Empty Closet Series, and Lundon Calling's Lundon Bridge with the legendary Ace Lundon and Youtube personality Donny Winter. As a writer, Sean's work includes the solo show At THE FLASH which had a nearly sold-out run at the 2016 New York International Fringe Festival and took home an award for Outstanding Solo Performance. The play also won awards from Pride Films and Plays Great Gay Play and Musical CONTEST Winner, and played at The Dublin Gay Theatre Festival where it received an Oscar Wilde Best New Work Nomination.

Other writing credits include We The People: A Theatrical Song Cycle, Running: A New Musical, Radical Morality (Nicholl Fellowship Quarter-Finalist, Creative World Awards Semi-Finalist, PFP Great Screenplay CONTEST Semi-Finalist), Kissing The Frog Prince (Scriptoid Writers Challenge, ALL ACCESS Screenwriters Competition & The Screenplay Festival Semi-Finalist), and The Pack (Creative World Awards Semi-Finalist). Sean resides in New York City and is a proud member of The Dramatists Guild. www.seanwchandler.com

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