MARINA’s High-nrg Fitness “Musical Health Talk” Podcast Works Out Composer June Rachelson Ospa

Join Marina Kamen as she takes you on this 20 minute Original Music Workout Podcast with music Written, Produced & Performed by MARINA together with Writer/Producer June Rachelson Ospa.

Marina kamen aka MARINA with Writer/Composer June Rachelson Ospa

Marina Kamen aka MARINA with Writer/Producer June R. Ospa


Listen as they discuss career, marriage, raising children and balancing their health as women weaving through the hurdles of the ever changing Music, Theater & Entertainment Industry.
Walk, Run or simply bop in place as you listen and make this YOUR Musical Health time! Hear the music, feel the beat and Never Stop Movin’ in your body and in your life!

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June is a copywriter, playwright, lyricist, and producer. In advertising, her clients included Kenner Toys, McDonalds, and PBS. June partnered with Daniel Neiden in Bozomoon Productions for 16 years. Their first collaboration, Welcome to Tourettaville, won the Kennedy Center’s Very Special Arts Playwright Discovery Award and was performed for Congress. It was inspired by June’s 7 year-old son Jonathan, diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome at age five. June was Academy Director for AMAS Musical Theatre for 7 years. June is Artistic Director of the Identity Theater Company. June co-produced the Midtown Children’s Theatre Festival at Producers Club, featuring the True Colors of Weedle(Music by Allison Brewster-Franzetti,) S.W.A.K! Sealed With A Kiss (Music Phil Goodbody) and Rapunzarella White (Daniel Co-Writer) which just completed a 6 month run at 13th Street Rep . She invested in A Christmas Story the Musical at the LUNT FONTAINE, 2012. Presently as Resident Artist for the Telling Company in NYC, her lyrics are part of TTC’s development of Imaginary Boy (Music -Daniel Neiden, Book- Stephan McCall) Stupid Wig (Music-Daniel Neiden, based on a story by Shirley Spurgeon) and Bollywood and Vine (Book -Edward Jordon, Daniel Neiden -Music Theatre Row 2015) June’s other work includesThe Hotel Belleclaire (Music by Kezia Hirsey), Hyde and Seek (Music Phil Goodbody) and Triangle (Music Mark Barkan), The Island of Yaki Yim Bamboo (Book Fred Vargas, Music Jay Griggs) Breakfast With The Birds (Book- Jack Hyman, Music -Frank Sanchez). June is a member of League of Professional Theater Women, Dramatist Guild, ASCAP.