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Talking Creative is a weekly podcast all about the art of voiceover directing, hosted by Samantha Boffin. If you're a creative, voice director or simply love the world of voice production, Talking Creative is designed for you. It's a podcast that will help you find, prep and direct voice artists and actors - and give you the skinny on how to get the most from every. single. booking. Plus it celebrates the creativity of voice directing - how the techniques used in, say, animation and gaming c ...
 
Best Behavior Creative Club. A Designsensory (https://designsensory.com/) Original Production. From the hungry freelancer to the successful CEO, this is a podcast for the people that make things, and make things happen. Our host, artist, entrepreneur, and creative director, Chris McAdoo, takes you behind the scenes with experts in creativity, business, technology, and marketing. Together we'll uncover what it takes to drive engagement, grow a brand, pursue a passion, and nourish a creative life.
 
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HODINKEE Radio is a weekly podcast brought to you by HODINKEE—the world's preeminent resource for vintage and modern wristwatch enthusiasts. While, sure, this is a watch podcast, it's not just a podcast about watches. It's a podcast about people. Join host Stephen Pulvirent and the rest of the HODINKEE editors for conversations with a rotating cast of writers, actors, creative directors, musicians, watch dealers, entrepreneurs, chefs, designers, and more.
 
The Directors UK Podcast allows the listener to attend our member Q&A events with top directors. Hear what directors have to say when they speak to a room of their peers, and gain exclusive insight into their creative process. Directors UK is the professional association for screen directors working in the UK. With over 7,000 members, we protect the rights and represent the concerns of directors in a fast-changing industry. We promote excellence in the craft of directing and campaign for equ ...
 
On Design with Justyna Green brings you insightful conversations with the arts & design's most inspiring figures - from designers to editors, creative directors to entrepreneurs and everybody in between. If you want to know what inspires them, how they work and how they see the world, this is the podcast for you. Follow the podcast on Instagram @ondesignpodcast
 
TV CONFIDENTIAL (www.televisionconfidential.com) talks to the stars, writers, directors and other creative people behind the scenes of some of America's most popular shows. An engaging blend of talk and entertainment, TV Confidential often compares today’s programs with those of the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.
 
The Cary Allen Picture Show is a freeform interview style podcast hosted by filmmaker and photographer Dennis Cahlo where he sits down with directors, actors, comedians, and people from all walks of the creative world to talk about film and how it affected their lives and shaped who they are today. The chats are funny, touching, and often revealing going way beyond cinephelia.
 
The Backstage Creative focuses on the people who work behind the scenes of theater. Each week is a conversation with either a stage manager, designer, musician, music director, choreographer, sound engineer, or technical director. We get into the nitty-gritty of what it takes to get a live production on stage and shine a light on the often overlooked and under appreciated creatives who create the magic of live theater.
 
What is the Type A Creative? I'm so glad you asked! The Type A Creative is a podcast for driven creatives. For a long time, when I thought of the word “artist” I usually thought of a painter — someone floaty and magical, absorbed in their own world of art. But, I’m not like that. Yes, I’m a writer and designer. But I’ve got a business brain and some monster-sized ambition to match. For years I’ve been running a business and building a career around my creative skills. But now, I’m also worki ...
 
Studio Noize is a weekly art podcast highlighting artists and creators of the African diaspora. Artist and printmakers Jamaal Barber and Jasmine Williams talk with other black artists about their art processes and their lives. They engage with painters, curators, singers, dancers, art directors, collectors, and guests of all disciplines. Studio Noize’s creative conversations motivate and inspire while archiving the voices of contemporary black artists. New episodes are posted every Tuesday.
 
The Lonely Arts Club is a podcast series by the Institute for Creative Enterprise of Edge Hill University. During each episode, Martin McQuillan is joined by an arts professional who talks about their journey through the cultural or creative sector. The Lonely Arts Club hosts a variety of exciting guests, from film directors and musicians to arts consultants and exhibition curators. This podcast is brought to you by the Institute for Creative Enterprise of Edge Hill University. The podcast i ...
 
Exploring the techniques, strategies, and key pieces of advice for aspiring horror directors, straight from the minds of some of the greatest filmmakers and creators in horror. Host Nick Taylor engages in one-on-one conversations with directors, producers, writers, actors and artists to uncover the keys to their creative and professional success in the horror business.
 
Currently on Season 3.Season 3 - Episode 157 - PresentSeason 3 is all about Craig talking into a mic about topics loosely connected to design. They're raw, direct, and live episodes where Craig just says what's on his mind, with no editing and nothing cut out. This is all about design and creativity, straight from the mouth of the creative director of a design agency.Season 2 - Episode 80 - 156AADA is a musical journey through design and creativity. It's a trippy, midnight-style podcast wher ...
 
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The Wee Natter interviewing those in the creative industries from Independent Audio Fiction, Best Selling Authors and Award winning actors and directors. Brought to you by Michael Ireland, Paddy Gillen and Ross Lavery of Haggis and Dragons Productions.
 
Since 1981, BOMB Magazine has delivered the voices of the most iconic artists of our time, publishing conversations between artists, writers, musicians, performers, and directors. FUSE: A BOMB Podcast extends BOMB’s longstanding commitment to bringing together artists across disciplines to discuss their work and creative practice. Departing from the typical podcast format, there’s no host, no moderator, just two artists in dialogue, unfiltered. Listeners experience the conversation as if the ...
 
Escape From Illustration Island is the critically-acclaimed audio podcast featuring conversations with Illustrators, Art Directors, Art Reps and other creative professionals. Past guests include Drew Struzan, Christoph Niemann, Marshall Arisman, Gary Taxali, Bob Staake and more. Visit IllustrationAge.com for the ultimate resources for Illustrators!
 
From the international premiere of Stranger Things Season Two in Sydney,Australia to London’s Theater district, join author Alex Marestaing as he travels the world having honest conversations with actors, screenwriters, directors, and musicians, all outside voices influencing the culture with their art…and their faith.
 
Welcome to the Talking Thru the Movie podcast. This show is like one of those commentaries you get on DVD or Blu-Ray where the directors and creative types who made the movie talk about stuff! But instead of the people who actually worked hard on the film, it’s us; two good chaps who like to discuss movies (who doesn't?). During each episode, we will be providing a heady mix of movie trivia, theories, gaffes, opinions and some laughs all into the mix to bring you the ultimate movie-watching ...
 
The Refilmery Series takes you behind the scenes to discover the process and strategies that filmmakers and creative people employ in their work. Each week a filmmaker reveals their career challenges, latest projects, and creative triumphs. Hosted by David Joshua Ford, executive director of New York production company Refilmery. Subscribe to "Refilmery Series" in iTunes, Google Play & Stitcher, and receive discounts to our live screenings in New York by joining the film community mailing lis ...
 
The tracks on this album offer an invaluable insight into a wide range of techniques and practices surrounding Creative Writing. Writers as diverse as Alan Ayckbourn, Ian McMillan and Tanika Gupta talk openly about their approaches and attitudes to all aspects of writing from original concept to final drafts and productions. Writing for stage, print, television and radio is discussed in engaging and articulate detail. This material forms part of The Open University course A363 Advanced creat ...
 
With over 15 years of experience WORKING in the entertainment industry at the top level, learning from the best of the best, I (Phil Svitek) am now on a journey of paying it forward. As someone who has been there across various roles such as producer, director, editor, writer, podcaster and even high level executive, I know the struggles and what it takes to overcome the challenges that artists face on the road to success. And I share my insights with you daily so your journey can be a littl ...
 
I am Aditya Gautam. Welcome to the 'Creative Indians 101' podcast where I talk about everything connected to being a creative Indian. I am a freelance writer, author and a journalist. We will talk to Journalists, Directors, Authors, Illustrators, Publishers, Literary agents, Scriptwriters and any other creatives I can force to talk to me. The point is to break down everything connected to being a creative professional in India(How to find work, how to publish etc etc)A New Episode Every Week!
 
Intimate conversations with theatre’s biggest talents including stars, producers, directors, tv stars with theatre history and more. This is a podcast for theatre people by theater people. With over 2 decades of experience in film and theatre both as cast and creative, host Alan Seales speaks with Broadway and beyond’s biggest talents to learn more about not only how the world of theatre and performing operate, but also what makes it so real and human. In-depth, personal, behind-the-scenes c ...
 
#PitchPodcast is hosted by Sherry Collins, founder, editor and creative director of The Pitch Fanzine, interviewing some of the world's most interesting creatives in the advertising creative industry today. Each episode explores their life and career journey and their advice on how to succeed in the creative industry. The Pitch Fanzine was founded in 2015 by Sherry Collins, whose mission is to challenge inequality, discrimination and the lack of diversity in the creative industries, while si ...
 
Join Alex & Christina One musician and horror fan that can't get enough horror movies. 1 episode each Monday with alternating segments & Guests. This sure isn't your daddy's podcast.. so you might want to get your earmuffs out cupcake. The cast includes a weekly horror themed alcohol shots for our #horrorshot segment. We also do a fun new creative exercise segment called #GravePlots where we make up movies on the spot and make up some pretty cool faux vhs covers for them too. We cover curren ...
 
Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the Envelope, Backstage’s podcast, features intimate, in-depth conversations with today’s most noteworthy film, television, and theater actors and creators. This is your guide to every aspect of acting, from voiceover and commercial work to casting directors, agents, and more. Full of both know-how and inspiration, In the Envelope airs weekly to cover everything from practical advice on navigating the industry, ...
 
Crowd Scene is a podcast about successful crowdfunding campaigns and the people who make them happen. Each episode features a fun, inspirational interview that captures the highs and lows of developing a concept and sharing it with the world. We interview film directors, game designers, artists, inventors, songwriters and creative entrepreneurs to find out what it took for them to find success on platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Ideal for listeners looking for compelling true life s ...
 
"A poodocast about making things up and making things happen." L.A.-based writer-performer Dennis Hensley interviews a different creative person each week about what they do, why they do it, and how they keep it going. Past guests have included authors, actors, photographers, musicians, screenwriters, acrobats and one visual artist who makes cartoons centered around dead houseflies.
 
The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo is the newest artistic collaboration from legendary singer-songwriters Aimee Mann and Ted Leo. Every other week, Aimee and Ted talk to friends across the creative spectrum to find out how they work. And sure, they're friends with a lot of musicians, but weirdly not as many as you'd expect. So you'll hear from comedians, directors, novelists, show creators - ok, yes, some musicians - writers, producers and more, as they discuss the process of tur ...
 
STAGES is the podcast that accesses a variety of people whose professional life is about connecting with an audience. A host of creative artists and practitioners reflect on their career, their process and what matters – to them. Some have made the arts a lifetime pursuit, some explain how their career became a happy accident … but all describe the challenges and demands – and ultimately celebrate why there’s no business like show business! STAGES talks to talent from front of house and back ...
 
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Live2cre8 is An exploration, deconstruction and celebration of the creative process by industry leaders, pioneers and innovators in the creative arts with your host, Shane Almgren. Some of the most creative minds on the planet - celebrity artists, musicians, inventors, painters, sculptors, artisans, magicians, chefs, choreographers, comedians, directors, producers and entertainers - discuss the process of creativity, and what inspires, motivates and drives them to creative excellence. Hear t ...
 
Creative artist interviews from the team at Voice. If you are looking for another podcast to listen to, the Contributors release the Voice Extra Podcast every Saturday, where they talk about the pieces they’ve produced and the culture they’ve been enjoying. If you liked this podcast please consider helping us to make more with a donation of any amount at voicemag.uk/donate.
 
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There's times during filming where a line of dialogue is just not working. But how will you know when that's the case? Easy, the actor is stumbling over the line. Too often we blame the actor but generally, it's actually a sign of bad writing. The dialogue line in question may not be true to the character so it feels forces. Perhaps it's some other…
 
Actor, producer, podcaster, comedian, and activist Caldwell Tidicue is best known as his drag persona Bob the Drag Queen, winner of reality competition “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Season 8. The heightened gender expression of drag, which encompasses many different skills and performance styles, has proved Bob’s gateway into the entertainment industry. “No…
 
TVC 513.1: Game show historian Steve Beverly joins Ed as we pay tribute to Tom Kennedy, the legendary game show host who passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at age 93. Topics this segment include how Kennedy, born James Edward Narz (and the younger brother of fellow game show host Jack Narz), came to be known by his famous stage name. Want to advertis…
 
TVC 513.2: Game show historian Steve Beverly talks to Ed about Tom Kennedy’s versatility as a game show host; how he and his real-life brother, Jack Narz, came to be related to fellow game show legend Bill Cullen; why many, including Kennedy himself, considered Cullen to be the best in the business; some insight on Kennedy’s experience hosting The …
 
Ryan Spindell is a writer-director who recently made his feature debut with the fantastic horror anthology, The Mortuary Collection, now streaming on Shudder. Mortuary Collection blends all of the nostalgic elements of anthologies like Tales from the Crypt, Bodybags & Creepshow with spooky atmospheric nods to vintage horror, all while packing a ser…
 
Kim David Smith has been described variously by The Wall Street Journal as ‘slyly subversive’ and Broadway World as the ‘David Bowie of Cabaret’. The New York Times labelled Smith as the ‘male Marlene Dietrich’. All are appropriate labels and signal Smith as a cabaret performer of incredible ability, nuance and sensuality. Departing Australia, he h…
 
Too often, for better and worse, we label people. Myself included. We say this person is good and honest. Or we say this person is bad and stupid. We must stop doing this and instead separate the person from the action. And yes, someone can have done more bad things than good things but that doesn't mean they are ultimately evil. In order to heal s…
 
Andrew ByrneSinging Coach, Creator of The Singing Athlete on Presence, Voice, and How to Thrive Through Brain-based Science Andrew Byrne is the founder of The Singing Athlete, a training program that brings sports performance and neuroscience into the voice studio. He is based in New York City, and his students have appeared in leading roles in ove…
 
TVC 513.3: Part 2 of a conversation that began last week with Ed Asner, the eight-time Emmy Award-winning actor known around the world as Lou Grant both on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and his own hour-long spinoff series, Lou Grant. Topics include Ed’s experiences playing two other iconic characters: Santa Claus, which he famously did in Elf, and God…
 
Tim Lane is a creative director at Penguin, heading up the award-winning Penguin Creative team, which manages the visual direction of the brand's digital and video output. In our conversation, we discuss Tim's first year at Penguin and his work on making the brand's digital appearance as iconic as its printed editions. We also discuss Tim's previou…
 
I wanted to acknowledge the fact that I'm seeing the subscriber count go up across all my platforms: YouTube, Facebook, podcasts, social media, etc. As such, I thank YOU for being part of that. It means a lot to me that you enjoy the content I put out and gain something from it. In order for me to make this even more worthwhile to you, please comme…
 
Oftentimes I find the reason we don't achieve what we're aiming for is that we're going for something too broad. We all need to be specific with our goals, mission statements or niches. That's the only way to focus yourself so you can see the path ahead. In this episode I share some anecdotes illustrating why this is important before giving you act…
 
For the last few months as the country has been a lockdown of some kind, many of us have looked to TV and radio – comedy in particular – as a form of escapism. So it seemed fitting to invite one of the nation’s best-loved comedians onto The Lonely Arts Club. In this virtual episode of The Lonely Arts Club, Jo Caulfield, who is not only an award-win…
 
TVC 513.4: Music and TV historian Geoffrey Mark talks to Ed about why Tom Kennedy, Jack Narz and Bill Cullen were all great communicators as broadcasters and game show hosts. Geoff knew Tom Kennedy and Jack Narz for more than twenty years. Tom Kennedy passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at age 93. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential ha…
 
In this edition of my vlog I open up about completing two short films within one week. Yes, there were many challenges especially since one film was VFX heavy but what was great was working with like minded people (Courtney Stewart - @StewartStarlit, Danielle Argyros - @DanielleArgyros & Morgan Lester - @unofficialmorgan). Then I talk about the dis…
 
This week VOIDTOBER ENDS! *Scream* We pick our winner for our giveaway contest. Plus, a few reviews of some ladies with... Mind Powers.... That's right seems like our favorite thing. We kick it off with Stephen Kings First book and film CARRIE (1976) where a not so popular girl get's picked on too much and turns into a mind killer at prom. Directed…
 
Whether you're looking for practical advice or a philosophical conversation, you're in the right place. Show Notes (4:00) The Slowdown - Culture, Nature, and the Future (4:15) In Memory Of: Designing Contemporary Memorials (7:00) Simon Critchley (13:00) "Human | Nature" Curated by Andrew Zuckerman (20:00) At a Distance (20:15) Time Sensitive (37:00…
 
TVC 513.5: Ed welcomes actor, author, magician, and adventurer Rich Manley. Rich is the host, producer, writer and director of Culture Shock: Bridging Cultures Through Magic, a new series on Tubi that attempts to communicate the energy, humility, and compassion of people coming together through the shared experience of magic. Each edition of Cultur…
 
My guest this week is Patrick Robinson, Founder, and CEO of Paskho. Patrick and I discuss his career designing for some of the biggest brands (including Armani and the GAP), why he thinks runway shows and seasonal collections are no longer relevant, and why he believes local makers and sustainability are the future of clothing. ** This episode is s…
 
TVC 513.6: Actor and magician Rich Manley talks to Ed about the upcoming occult thriller Angel One Eye; working with Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz in the movie Night and Day; and the eternal appeal of illusionist Harry Houdini. Rich is the host, producer, writer and director of Culture Shock: Bridging Cultures Through Magic, a new series on Tubi that…
 
Happy Halloweek!! For all you horror buffs out there I sit down with one of my best friends Stella Gillham and we delve into the 1977 & 2018 versions of one of our favorite films and probably my all time favorite "remakes" of all time, Suspiria.โดย Paperhouse Network
 
From May 2014: Marion Ross, the actress known around the world as Mrs. C on Happy Days, talks to Ed, Tony, and Donna about how the cast of Happy Days bonded together by playing softball, and how the Happy Days softball team toured to such places as Okinawa and East Germany. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with Adve…
 
From February 2014: Actor and author Michael Dante (Star Trek, Custer, Westbound, Winterhawk, Winterhawk's Land, The Naked Kiss, Somebody Up There Likes Me, From Hollywood to Michael Dante Way) talks to Ed about working with Elvis Presley in Kid Galahad (and why that movie was among The King's all-time favorites); how producer David Weisbart cast M…
 
Many production elements contribute to the success of a show. Whether that be the orchestra in a musical, the lighting design in a play or the set and costumes - each has a vital role in creating the world that we invest in. But how many of us notice and appreciate a smaller presence equally as important to demonstrate character and support the nar…
 
Have you ever wanted to book a professional voice for a project and thought - "I haven’t got the faintest idea how much a voice artist costs. And I don’t know where to start." Then How Much Does a Professional Voice Artist Really Cost is the episode for you. We're looking at professional voiceover rates in 4 key areas - and talking real costs: Audi…
 
From December 2012: Tony, Donna, and Ed remember Tiny Tim's wedding to Victoria Budinger (a.k.a. Miss Vicki), which was nationally televised on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson on Dec. 17, 1969. More than 21.1 million viewers tuned in that night, making it the highest-rated Tonight Show broadcast at the time. (Carson's highest-rated broadcas…
 
From May 2011: TV Confidential celebrates what would have been Johnny Carson's 95th birthday with this clip from a special edition of The Sounds of Lost Television featuring rarely heard audio from The King of Late Night's first ten years as host of The Tonight Show. This segment includes a clip from the Oct. 1, 1963 edition of The Tonight Show, Ca…
 
Dennis connects via Zoom with director Jon Lawrence Rivera and producer Jon Imparato, two of the creative forces behind the new play "March." "March" is not a Zoom-happening. It's an actual live theatrical experience presented in the parking garage of the LA LGBT Center to an audience watching safely from their cars. The play is set in a post-Trump…
 
Julie Taymor is a legendary multidisciplinary artist, with inspirations so varied it becomes difficult to classify her. Identifying primarily as a director, she’s also written, produced, composed music, and designed her celebrated stage and screen productions. Her advice for fellow storytellers: embrace limitations, combine mediums, travel the worl…
 
Tony D’Aquino is an Australian filmmaker who made his directorial debut last year with The Furies, now streaming on Shudder. The Furies is a bloodbath daylight slasher extravaganza, with strong nods to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre but with a modern twist. In this conversation, we hear about Tony’s director origin story, the making of Furies, and maj…
 
Scott Schuman has always been teaching people how to dress. You may not have been learning from him directly, but chances are, the images you had saved or the ones you thought of in your head or the ones on your favorite designer's mood board…were probably taken by him. The Sartorialist himself has been showing the world how to dress through his ca…
 
TVC 512.1: Ed, Tony, and Donna welcome back Stan Goldman, tenured professor of criminal law and evidence law at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, and a longtime legal analyst for such national TV, radio and print venues as CNBC, CBS, King World, Fox News Channel, and the New York Daily News. Given the recent confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cone…
 
TVC 512.2: Stan Goldman, tenured professor of criminal law and evidence law at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, provides analysis of some of the various issues following the death of Supreme Court Justice Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg, including the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill Ginsburg’s seat, and the implications that could …
 
John Waters is one of Australia’s most recognised and favourite actors. His theatre credits span productions in Australia and the United Kingdom. Demonstrating terrific versatility, John has taken lead roles in an array of plays and musicals. He made is debut as Claude in Harry M. Millar’s production of Hair. Subsequent performances include Godspel…
 
John Watkis, Speaker, Speaking Coach, First Canadian-born Actor to Portray Mufasa in Disney's The Lion King John Watkis is a professional speaker, speaking performance coach, award-winning performer, and author of Speaking Notes: The Eight Essential Elements to Make Your Speech Music to Their Ears. John coaches leaders who have to develop and deliv…
 
TVC 512.3: From May 2013: Ed welcomes Jennifer Armstrong, television historian and author of such books as Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted and All The Brilliant Minds Who Helped Make The Mary Tyler Moore Show a Classic. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for…
 
Welcome to my vlog, where I highlight my creative journey. In this episode I relate all the seemingly chaotic things happening all at once to a film called Wag The Dog. In it, Dustin Hoffman's character adopts a phrase "This is nothing". To me it represents the perfect attitude as a content creator. I also discuss notions from Brene Brown and how I…
 
While driving cross country, actor and filmmaker Nicol Paone joins Dennis via Zoom to talk about her debut film as writer-director, the ensemble holiday comedy Friendsgiving. She talks about the getting the inspiration for the movie from a real-life experience, how she got the movie made and working with the cast, which includes Malin Akerman, Kat …
 
In a very timely episode, Martin McQuillan is joined this week by Chef Patron of The Art School restaurant, Paul Askew. This week’s guest joins us at a time when the Liverpool City Region was the first area to be subject to the toughest lockdown restrictions in the Government’s new tier system. Being at the centre of such changes for the city, Paul…
 
TVC 512.4: Ed, Tony, and Donna welcome back Ed Asner, the eight-time Emmy Award-winning actor known around the world as Lou Grant both on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and his own hour-long spinoff series, Lou Grant. The 2020-2021 television marks the fiftieth anniversary of the premiere of the Moore show and, by extension, the Lou Grant character. Ed …
 
TVC 512.5: Actor and author Ed Asner (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Lou Grant, Son of a Junkman) talks to Ed, Tony, and Donna about “Chuckles Bites the Dust,” arguably the most famous episode of the Moore show; how Lou Grant brought many viewers into the world of print journalism; and who Ed would like to see cast as himself, if a movie were made abou…
 
Anthony Veneziale, also known by his stage name ‘Two-Touch’, is the conceiver and co-creator of the improvisational hip-hop comedy musical group Freestyle Love Supreme, as well as the FLS Academy. He has been performing and teaching improv for more than 20 years and is a leader in the field of musical improvisation. Anthony has used these technique…
 
Hailed by the New York Times for her “attractive soprano voice,” and for having “total control of the stage,” (Broadway World) coloratura soprano Meghan Picerno currently stars as Christine Daae in The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. In 2017 Meghan collaborated with legendary director Hal Prince as Cunegonde in his production of Candide at the Ne…
 
Rachael Beck was always destined for a career on the stage. As a young person she was regularly performing at eisteddfods and keenly participating in school musicals. So enamoured with the magic of song and dance, she auditioned for the musical Cats at 13. Considered too young for the show, she subsequently scored the show in later years, as Rumple…
 
This week for VOIDTOBER we take on the BEYOND the DOOR Trilogy! Alex get's pretty wild in this one while Christina tries to reel him in. 3 Italian Horror movies that are SBIG. Starting with Beyond The Door (1974) for a silly head spinning tale of a woman who suddenly become possessed while pregnant. It is considered to be the Italian Exorcist rip o…
 
One of YouTube's biggest watch personalities talks to us about the "Rolex Game," embracing controversy, and why she loves weird watches. Show Notes (3:15) The Jenni Elle YouTube Channel (3:44) A. Lange & Söhne Odysseus HANDS ON REVIEW: No Sports Watch (6:15) Hands-On: The Rolex Rainbow Daytona In Everose Gold (18:13) Bark And Jack (24:30) The ROLEX…
 
My guest this week is Connor Ratliff, actor, improv performer, and host of the podcast “Dead Eyes.” Connor and I discuss how moving from being an amateur to a professional actor ruined it for him, how he rediscovered the joy of performance through improv, how he was fired by Tom Hanks because he had “dead eyes,” and how that turned out to be one of…
 
Part 3 of our discussion with Stan Goldman, tenured professor of criminal law and evidence law at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, and the founding director of the Loyola Center for the Study of Law and Genocide. The son of a Holocaust survivor, Stan Goldman is also the author of Left to the Mercy of a Rude Stream: The Bargain That Broke Adolf Hit…
 
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