Does holding a mic affect what we say? Actor Erich Bergen from Madam Secretary analyzes this (and way more).
This week’s podcast guest plays Blake Moran on Madam Secretary, just finished a Broadway run of Waitress and sings for us (right here on the show!).
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You'll hear Erich Bergen and I talk about:
Behind-the-scenes details on Madam Secretary, Tim Daly, Tea Leoni and Louis Gossett, Jr.
Erich’s pet peeves
Why spelling matters
How holding a microphone impacts how we act
Watching people’s therapy sessions
Why he’s private about his personal life
The flaw in “broken family”
What he did in college (Hint: It’s VERY relevant.)
You’ll hear his brand-new singles, Running Through the Night and Better in the Dark! Right here on the podcast!