“ There’s one thing that truly has no flip side. No paradox. And that’s discovering a life of purpose and meaning, which is the crucial underpinning of that sometimes-elusive condition known as happiness. ”
“Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” has been hailed as one of the most innovative musicals of the decade. The show, inspired by a part of Leo Tolstoy’s “War and Peace,” came to Broadway in the fall of 2016, and turned the Imperial Theatre into Imperial Russia—with a modern twist.
I sat down with the Tony nominated stars Josh Groban, Denée Benton, and Lucas Steele as well as Tony nominated director Rachel Chavkin and creator Dave Malloy.
I went to D.C. to interview former World Wrestling Entertainment CEO Linda McMahon, who now serves as the administrator of the Small Business Administration (SBA). She refused to criticize President Trump’s recent tweets and spoke of a need for more civil discourse when discussing a controversial comment Bill Maher made recently on his HBO show. She also had some advice for Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, if he decides to run for president — something she said she’d be open to seeing.
I spoke with Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) about his new book called “Giant of the Senate.” We also talked about President Trump’s decision to back out of the Paris Climate Agreement, and how Hillary Clinton should “move on” from her 2016 presidential election loss.
I met up with ‘Wonder Woman’ star Gal Gadot at Midtown Comics in New York City to discuss the new superhero film, feminism, and growing up in Israel.
Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston stopped by the studio to talk about his latest film, “Wakefield,” inspiration for the movie, “Breaking Bad,” and why he hopes President Trump succeeds.
I interviewed Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) about rising concerns regarding an opioid addiction epidemic in his state and around the country. We also discussed the Trump budget, the ongoing investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, and more.
These days, with news about the White House and its possible ties to Russia at a fever pitch and probes adding up by the day, all eyes are on the man leading the congressional investigation: Rep. Adam Schiff. Take a look at this profile of the congressman, whose history of prosecuting cases involving Russia goes back decades.