A positively star-studded podcast that converses with and celebrates artists from all areas of the entertainment industry (Film, TV, Broadway etc.) who use their platform to make the world a better place. Join The AOK as we sprinkle positivity around like confetti and get to the bottom of what kindness really means. Part of the Broadway Podcast Network.
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Broadway star Daniel Yearwood joins The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul to discuss stepping into the Tony-winning sensation that is Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd starring Josh Groban, acts of kindness, lessons from his time in Hamilton and mo... more
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Since coming across this podcast a month or so ago, I've fallen head in love with everything about this pod: the concept, the guests, the way the conversations play out, the pieces of insight & wisdom I take from each episode &, most of all, the host, Rob, with all his genuine enthusiasm & revere for his guests &, of course, his kindness!! more
As an artist and theater fan outside of show biz, this podcast is inspiring, joyful and humanizes many of the performers I have long admired on stage and screen. I love listening while painting and enjoy your discussions about kindness and a glimpses of the real life experiences of these people and their stories. Thank you for this your beautiful perspective 💙Jen (JensPrettyPegs)
Rob is a class act and the guests that he pull in are as lovely as they are impressive. Love this podcast and look forward to it each week!
Absolutely loved it! It really feels like a breath of fresh air, I just listened to the Laura Benanti episode because she's my ultimate inspiration but I can't wait till I have some time off to listen to the rest of the episodes <3
The Art of Kindness is not only refreshingly positive, but incredibly inspiring as well. You can tell the host really puts a lot of thought into picking guests, one more delightful than the next. more
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The Art of Kindness launched 2 years ago and published 98 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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