Employee Of The Month

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Synopsis

Employee of the Month is a talk show hosted by Catie Lazarus. She interviews phenomenal folks about their careers, be it comedian Jon Stewart or activist Gloria Steinem or the Guinness Book of World Record Holder for Most Guinness Book of World Records. These candid conversations may inspire you to finish your novel or start one or simply self-medicate. Her guests also receive the coveted Employee of the Month Award, which falls somewhere between a Nobel Peace Prize and free cup of coffee. The podcast is released weekly and you can attend live tapings. To find out more, check out www.employeeofthemonthshow.com or @catielazarus on Twitter or Instagram.

Episodes

  • Aurelia Thierree on EMPLOYEE of the MONTH

    Aurelia Thierree on EMPLOYEE of the MONTH

    14/12/2011 Duration: 12min

    AURELIA THIERREE visited the live Employee of the Month show at 92nd St Y Tribeca www.92ytribeca.org. You can still see AURELIA'S ORATORIO and she also has a new show called MURMURS. It's hard to describe all of the things Aurelia does exactly, as you'll hear from our interview..... www.aureliasoratorio.com

  • KEVIN CLASH ( ELMO!) share their tricks of the trade on and off Sesame Street

    KEVIN CLASH (& ELMO!) share their tricks of the trade on and off Sesame Street

    14/12/2011 Duration: 25min

    Kevin Clash and Elmo stopped by EMPLOYEE of the MONTH. They shared their experience and picked up their Employee of the Month awards at a live show at the 92Y Tribeca www.92ytribeca.org. Clash is the subject of the critically acclaimed documentary BEING ELMO: A Puppeteer's Journey, which is out in theaters and will be on PBS, so check your local listings. www.beingelmo.com

  • JOSE RIVERA, the playwright and director dishes about his family, Hollywood, and writing what matters

    JOSE RIVERA, the playwright and director dishes about his family, Hollywood, and writing what matters

    14/12/2011 Duration: 01h07min

    Hi! I host EMPLOYEE of the MONTH a talk (and awards) show about what it truly means to have a dreamy job. I get to interview some remarkable folks. Enter JOSE RIVERA. He is a prolific playwright/novelist/screenwriter, and now director. Jose received an Obie Award and was the first Puerto Rican playwright nominated for his screenplay for MOTORCYCLE DIARIES. Jose made time to talk, before jumping on a plane to Columbia, where he was researching a film he is currently writing.

  • STEPHEN WRIGHT the one and only Oscar award winning comedian

    STEPHEN WRIGHT the one and only Oscar award winning comedian

    06/12/2011 Duration: 34min

    EMPLOYEE of the MONTH is a talk (and awards) show about what it truly means to have a dreamy job. CATIE LAZARUS, who created and hosts Employee of the Month, only selects good eggs for the prestigious EMPLOYEE of the MONTH award, so no wonder she picked Steven Wright. He is utterly hilarious, thoroughly original, and hope you will enjoy our interview. You're welcome. PS Please excuse the AMAZING sound quality. Can't do anything about my voice, but you can donate if you want to help us improve the actual recording quality. No donation too big or too small. www.employeeofthemonthshow.com

  • JOEY MAZZARINO, head writer of Sesame Street, breaks down writing for kiddos

    JOEY MAZZARINO, head writer of Sesame Street, breaks down writing for kiddos

    02/12/2011 Duration: 23min

    CATIE LAZARUS hosts EMPLOYEE of the MONTH. It's a talk (and awards) show about what it truly means to have a dreamy job. Who better to be selected as an EMPLOYEE of the MONTH than a Mupeeter/actor/writer/director at ... (drum roll) Sesame Street.

  • RACHEL DRATCH on EMPLOYEE of the MONTH

    RACHEL DRATCH on EMPLOYEE of the MONTH

    02/12/2011 Duration: 14min

    EMPLOYEE of the MONTH a talk (and awards) show about what it truly means to have a dreamy job. CATIE LAZARUS hosts the live show at UCB where she interviewed Rachel Dratch, an actor, writer, comedian, and good egg.

  • JULIA BACHA on EMPLOYEE of the MONTH

    JULIA BACHA on EMPLOYEE of the MONTH

    31/10/2011 Duration: 22min

    There aren't enough people who make it their life's work to try and save the world, and even fewer who make a tangible difference. That's what I found from our conversation at the 92Y Tribeca in NYC, see what you think. www.Justvision.org

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