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“The Boys in the Band” actor Brian Hutchison’s noir audio drama is an ode to life on Broadway.

(New York, NY) December 7, 2021


“I’m hearing from so many actors about how this story informs

their experience and life in New York City as journeymen actors,” says “The

Boys in the Band” actor Brian Hutchison of his recently launched noir drama podcast,

“I Still Think About You.”


Link to podcast: IStillThinkAboutYou.com


“It’s rare that there are dramas written or produced about “being an actor” by a veteran actor, so when one comes along, fellow actors take notice,” he adds, explaining the peer appeal of the podcast, which features eleven actors, all of whom have appeared on and off Broadway throughout their careers.


I Still Think About You ” is a noir audio drama based on a harrowing true story centered around a past romantic relationship. It tells the story of Adam McClure, successful New York actor, who revisits a haunting incident from his past. When coincidence brings an old friend, Dylan, back into his life, Adam fears for his new relationship with Tom, his sanity, and his life. Unsettling and ominous, with twists and turns until the very end, “I Still Think About You” is part memoir, part psychological thriller, and part love letter to Broadway.


“It is indeed a love letter to an artistic life, to the City,” says Hutchison. “I’m constantly moved by good acting I see in New York, but more so by the people who love doing it, the people who move from across the country to a new life with a desire to fulfill this need to perform or design or create or become more of who they are, we are. I know, personally, how much it takes belief in yourself when

no one else does, paying your dues, the sacrifices along the way.”

When asked for advice to young actors with an eye on Broadway, Hutchison says, “

Keep creating, don’t let your twenties and thirties pass you by. Always be working on something, make films with friends, just keep creating and collaborating.


Most importantly, he says, “instead of waiting for the phone to ring get out and live life, find some hobbies, some passions, they don’t have to cost a lot of money, but the more time you are doing things you love that are outside the box of acting the better. Experience the world beyond doing plays because the most interesting actors are people with experiences and passion for other things in life.


The “I Still Think About You” is available now on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher.


3 were released on November 17, with episodes 4, 5, 6, and 7 to be released on the

Wednesday of each week through December


Blurbs about “I Still Think About You”


“I Still Think About You” pulls you in gently, then tightens its grip. Quiet, moody, and slowly intensifying, Brian’s story reminds us of moments—people—in our pasts that mark us, haunt us, even after we think we’ve moved on. A real page-turner of a podcast. – Jeremy Sisto, actor “FBI” (CBS) Any New Yorker (particularly ones who’ve logged a couple decades here) will recognize the particular melancholy of walking and creating among ghosts, alive and otherwise. Everyone will get sucked into the deeply personal and humane drama-spell that accomplished storyteller Brian Hutchison casts. – Jennifer Mudge, Actress/Producer “I Still Think About You” is experimenting with the audio form in exciting ways. Brian Hutchison brings a thoughtful ear and rich voice to a complex story that makes deft use of the podcasting format. – Jeffrey Nils Gardner, “Unwell, a Midwestern Gothic Mystery” (podcast) A thrilling and wild ride. “I Still Think About You” walks a beautiful line between a lean in, suspenseful podcast and a deeply personal and heartbreaking memory. I loved it. – Andrew Rannells, Actor, “Black Monday” (Showtime) Read additional blurbs here


About Brian Hutchison

Above, clockwise:: Brian Hutchison (photo courtesy of Brian Hutchison), “The Boys in the Band” Netflix poster, Tuc Watkins, Andrew Rannells, Zachary Quinto, Brian Hutchison; Brian Hutchison, Tuc Watkins, Charlie Carver, Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Andrew Rannells, Matt Bomer; Brian Hutchison, “The Boys in the Band” Broadway poster; Tuc Watkins, Andrew Rannells, Jim Parsons, Brian Hutchison.


New York City-based actor Brian Hutchison has appeared in the Broadway and Netflix productions of “The Boys in the Band” (winner of the 2019 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play and the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Film – Limited Release), and Broadway plays, “Man and Boy,” “Looped,” “Exit the King,” “Proof,” and “The Invention of Love.” His many Off-Broadway credits include “How To Transcend a Happy Marriage,” “Smokefall,” and “Pocatello” and appearances the Lincoln Center Theater, the Manhattan Theatre Club, Playwrights Horizons, and Manhattan Class Company (MCC). Television credits include “Lisey’s Story,” “FBI: Most Wanted,” “Blue Bloods,” “The Sinner,” “Jessica Jones,” “Godfather of Harlem,” “Madam Secretary,” “Elementary,” and “Vinyl.” Brian recently created, produced, directed, and recorded the fictional mystery podcast “I Still Think About You”. He is an award-winning audiobook narrator with over 200 audiobooks to his credit, Brian holds an MFA in Dramatic Arts from the Old Globe Theater/University of San Diego. Brian Hutchison lives in Manhattan and East Hampton. For a more detail bio (awards, co-stars, additional credits), please visit www.istillthinkaboutyou.com




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