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Millennials are Ruining the World? an Xennial perspective is a podcast with the tagline "I'm not woke, but I'm awake," that will be released Wednesdays summer 2019 starting June 5th at 1pm. Featuring award-winning author and cabaret star, Seth Bisen-Hersh, it is a hopefully humorous take on the generational divide, and will cover a variety of topics from life advice (finding happiness, dealing with anxiety) to show biz career advice (insouciance, being a hyphenate) to Japan to discussing the state of Science Fiction/Fantasy TV and will even have an episode dedicated to analyzing the Democratic primary debates! The guests on the podcast are all close friends of the host, so there will be a truly authentic camaraderie emanating from your speakers or earphones or whatever you use to listen to these things. This is supposed to be a funny podcast, and it is not the intention to offend millennials at all. This is why there is a question mark at the end of the title now. Also, the cover art that is a bitmoji of the host with his palm across his face is supposed to denote exasperation and hyperbole. What is an Xennial you might ask? Xennials are the micro-generation between Generation X and Millennials, born approximately 1976-1984, which gives them a unique point of view that bridges the gap between generations because they both remember what cassette tapes and rotary phones are, while still being able to use their iPhones without a tutorial. Most of the guests will be Xennial or Xennial-Identifying, but there will be a few bonafide millennials! So why don't you go on and subscribe before you forget! And also, don't forget to rate this 5 stars so that we get a little buzz going... like talking buzz, not alcoholic buzz... or Buzz Lightyear... Anyway, you get the point! Seth Bisen-Hersh is a prolific, versatile and award-winning composer/lyricist and performer. His musicals include The Diamond as Big as the Ritz (2019 Finalist: Stiles & Drewe Best Song Award, Studio Cast Recording), Love Quirks (limited run in NYC, Studio Cast Recording), Stanley's Party (Manhattan Children's Theatre, 2010), More to Love (2014 Winner: Best Lyrics, West Village Musical Theatre Festival), The Spickner Spin (2004 Fringe NYC Audience Favorite Award), and Meaningless Sex (2003 Fringe NYC Audience Favorite Award). He has also written and starred in 9 cabaret song cycles of his work: And Then She Dumped Me, The Gayest Straight Man Alive, Meaningful Sex, Neurotic Tendencies, Why am I Not Famous Yet?, Writer's Block: a cabaret that was hard to write, I'll Relax When I'm Dead: a reluctantly prolific cabaret, If Adele Can Do It, So Can I: an evening of mostly sorrow and Not Your Grandma's Cabaret (unless she’s really naughty). For 10 years, he produced two annual charity concerts of his work featuring Broadway performers (Broadway Meows and Broadway Can!); he wrote/starred in the 5 seasons of the web series "Every Day a Little Seth," co-wrote/co-starred in the TV pilot version and has emceed, produced and accompanied over 550 musical theatre talent showcases at Don't Tell Mama. In addition, he has published 3 books: a memoir, "Sleep. Write. Now. Emerging from a dark year of insomnia, anxiety and depression from loss" and two books of essays: "Every Page a Little Seth" and "Millennials are Ruining the World!", the latter which he turned into an audiobook and podcast. He has two Bachelors from MIT (Computer Science & Engineering and Music Composition) and a Masters in Music Technology from NYU. www.sethbh.com FB/Twitter/Instagram: @sethbhdotcom

Millennials are Ruining the World? an Xennial perspective is a podcast with the tagline "I'm not woke, but I'm awake," that will be released Wednesdays summer 2019 starting June 5th at 1pm. Featuring award-winning author and cabaret star, Seth Bisen-Hersh, it is a hopefully humorous take on the generational divide, and will cover a variety of topics from life advice (finding happiness, dealing with anxiety) to show biz career advice (insouciance, being a hyphenate) to Japan to discussing the state of Science Fiction/Fantasy TV and will even have an episode dedicated to analyzing the Democratic primary debates! The guests on the podcast are all close friends of the host, so there will be a truly authentic camaraderie emanating from your speakers or earphones or whatever you use to listen to these things. This is supposed to be a funny podcast, and it is not the intention to offend millennials at all. This is why there is a question mark at the end of the title now. Also, the cover art that is a bitmoji of the host with his palm across his face is supposed to denote exasperation and hyperbole. What is an Xennial you might ask? Xennials are the micro-generation between Generation X and Millennials, born approximately 1976-1984, which gives them a unique point of view that bridges the gap between generations because they both remember what cassette tapes and rotary phones are, while still being able to use their iPhones without a tutorial. Most of the guests will be Xennial or Xennial-Identifying, but there will be a few bonafide millennials! So why don't you go on and subscribe before you forget! And also, don't forget to rate this 5 stars so that we get a little buzz going... like talking buzz, not alcoholic buzz... or Buzz Lightyear... Anyway, you get the point! Seth Bisen-Hersh is a prolific, versatile and award-winning composer/lyricist and performer. His musicals include The Diamond as Big as the Ritz (2019 Finalist: Stiles & Drewe Best Song Award, Studio Cast Recording), Love Quirks (limited run in NYC, Studio Cast Recording), Stanley's Party (Manhattan Children's Theatre, 2010), More to Love (2014 Winner: Best Lyrics, West Village Musical Theatre Festival), The Spickner Spin (2004 Fringe NYC Audience Favorite Award), and Meaningless Sex (2003 Fringe NYC Audience Favorite Award). He has also written and starred in 9 cabaret song cycles of his work: And Then She Dumped Me, The Gayest Straight Man Alive, Meaningful Sex, Neurotic Tendencies, Why am I Not Famous Yet?, Writer's Block: a cabaret that was hard to write, I'll Relax When I'm Dead: a reluctantly prolific cabaret, If Adele Can Do It, So Can I: an evening of mostly sorrow and Not Your Grandma's Cabaret (unless she’s really naughty). For 10 years, he produced two annual charity concerts of his work featuring Broadway performers (Broadway Meows and Broadway Can!); he wrote/starred in the 5 seasons of the web series "Every Day a Little Seth," co-wrote/co-starred in the TV pilot version and has emceed, produced and accompanied over 550 musical theatre talent showcases at Don't Tell Mama. In addition, he has published 3 books: a memoir, "Sleep. Write. Now. Emerging from a dark year of insomnia, anxiety and depression from loss" and two books of essays: "Every Page a Little Seth" and "Millennials are Ruining the World!", the latter which he turned into an audiobook and podcast. He has two Bachelors from MIT (Computer Science & Engineering and Music Composition) and a Masters in Music Technology from NYU. www.sethbh.com FB/Twitter/Instagram: @sethbhdotcom
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Millennials are Ruining the World? an Xennial perspective is a podcast with the tagline "I'm not woke, but I'm awake," that will be released Wednesdays summer 2019 starting June 5th at 1pm. Featuring award-winning author and cabaret star, Seth Bisen-Hersh, it is a hopefully humorous take on the generational divide, and will cover a variety of topics from life advice (finding happiness, dealing with anxiety) to show biz career advice (insouciance, being a hyphenate) to Japan to discussing the state of Science Fiction/Fantasy TV and will even have an episode dedicated to analyzing the Democratic primary debates! The guests on the podcast are all close friends of the host, so there will be a truly authentic camaraderie emanating from your speakers or earphones or whatever you use to listen to these things. This is supposed to be a funny podcast, and it is not the intention to offend millennials at all. This is why there is a question mark at the end of the title now. Also, the cover art that is a bitmoji of the host with his palm across his face is supposed to denote exasperation and hyperbole. What is an Xennial you might ask? Xennials are the micro-generation between Generation X and Millennials, born approximately 1976-1984, which gives them a unique point of view that bridges the gap between generations because they both remember what cassette tapes and rotary phones are, while still being able to use their iPhones without a tutorial. Most of the guests will be Xennial or Xennial-Identifying, but there will be a few bonafide millennials! So why don't you go on and subscribe before you forget! And also, don't forget to rate this 5 stars so that we get a little buzz going... like talking buzz, not alcoholic buzz... or Buzz Lightyear... Anyway, you get the point! Seth Bisen-Hersh is a prolific, versatile and award-winning composer/lyricist and performer. His musicals include The Diamond as Big as the Ritz (2019 Finalist: Stiles & Drewe Best Song Award, Studio Cast Recording), Love Quirks (limited run in NYC, Studio Cast Recording), Stanley's Party (Manhattan Children's Theatre, 2010), More to Love (2014 Winner: Best Lyrics, West Village Musical Theatre Festival), The Spickner Spin (2004 Fringe NYC Audience Favorite Award), and Meaningless Sex (2003 Fringe NYC Audience Favorite Award). He has also written and starred in 9 cabaret song cycles of his work: And Then She Dumped Me, The Gayest Straight Man Alive, Meaningful Sex, Neurotic Tendencies, Why am I Not Famous Yet?, Writer's Block: a cabaret that was hard to write, I'll Relax When I'm Dead: a reluctantly prolific cabaret, If Adele Can Do It, So Can I: an evening of mostly sorrow and Not Your Grandma's Cabaret (unless she’s really naughty). For 10 years, he produced two annual charity concerts of his work featuring Broadway performers (Broadway Meows and Broadway Can!); he wrote/starred in the 5 seasons of the web series "Every Day a Little Seth," co-wrote/co-starred in the TV pilot version and has emceed, produced and accompanied over 550 musical theatre talent showcases at Don't Tell Mama. In addition, he has published 3 books: a memoir, "Sleep. Write. Now. Emerging from a dark year of insomnia, anxiety and depression from loss" and two books of essays: "Every Page a Little Seth" and "Millennials are Ruining the World!", the latter which he turned into an audiobook and podcast. He has two Bachelors from MIT (Computer Science & Engineering and Music Composition) and a Masters in Music Technology from NYU. www.sethbh.com FB/Twitter/Instagram: @sethbhdotcom

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Millennials are Ruining the World? an Xennial perspective Episode 0: Teaser

5/12/2019
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Episode 0 is a 10 minute teaser episode that talks about what this hilarious podcast will be about and previews some of the upcoming episodes. Episodes will be released Wednesdays at 1PM this summer, starting June 5th, 2019!

Duration:00:10:07