LIVE! FROM TOMORROW

An Epic Musical Comedy About Tech & Innovation.

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ABOUT LIVE! FROM TOMORROW

An epic musical comedy about tech and innovation, think The Producers meets Gimlet’s ‘Startup’ podcast. Over five episodes, the inaugural season tells the extraordinary story of our lead, Matt Hooper, as he launches his new venture – a variety show-within-the-show known as Live! From Tomorrow. Throughout the first season, Matt tackles subjects like climate change, blockchain, coworking, cryptocurrencies, automation, and AI, and interviews real-life icons and innovators like Andrew Yang, Akon, and Jesse Jackson. Recorded in the style of a cast album, the show seamlessly combines studio recordings with live performances and additional interviews with industry experts including Mark Anthony Thomas (Pittsburgh Regional Alliance; fmr NYCEDC), Kelcey Gosserand (IBM), and Anders Bering (Mars, Inc.; fmr Carlsberg Group). Principal Cast (in alphabetical order): Matthew Walters-Bowens, Matt Hooper, Kelley Quinn, Shai Tamary, Anne Veal.

What People Are Saying

“This Week in Comedy Podcasts Selection.”

– Vulture

“Podcast of the week.”

– 9 to 5 Mac

“Light, silly and very enjoyable, with plenty of Broadway in jokes for the musical theatre fan.”

– The Listener

Meet Your Host

Matt Hooper

Matt is a writer, comedian and entrepreneur. He hosts the original podcast and stage show Live! From Tomorrow, as well as the IBM Blockchain Pulse podcast.

Prior to all this, he was the first Vice President of Open Innovation at the Barclays Investment Bank where he launched Rise New York, the model for Barclays’ global innovation programs. He was also the Entrepreneur-in-Residence at WeWork Labs, and continues to work with and occasionally invest in startups as a mentor for the NUMA accelerator and at Yale University’s Tsai CITY.

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