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In this episode we triangulate positions and welcome to the podcast Michael Trautman via zoom. We learn about how he gave up his pursuit of a law degree to become a clown and how that decision led him to perform all over the world. We discuss the creative process, how to create content with a group and how he approaches coming up with new material.…
 
We’re still hanging out backstage at the 2022 Moisture Festival chatting with the performers and people that make the festival happen! The backstage hang out is one of the highlights for the performers, and we know you’ll enjoy hanging out via the podcast!โดย Moisture Festival Podcast
 
Today the Moisture Festival Podcast takes you behind the curtain of the 2022 festival! Matt and Louie take you through a day as an artist at the festival and we chat with the volunteers that make the festival happen!!โดย Moisture Festival Podcast
 
The Moisture Festival Podcast records on location at Hale’s Ales and we get to talk with the amazing Leah Papernick. Leah gives us a glimpse into all the different roles people play to make the Moisture Festival successful. We learn that she has worked as a performer, stage tech, greeter, covid tester and has done just about everything there is to …
 
The Moisture Festival Podcast records on location at Hale’s Ales and welcomes in magician and historian Jamy Ian Swiss. Jamy discusses how he made the switch from selling animal products to performing magic around the world. Also, we discuss his contributions to the magic world that include the creation of Monday Night Magic in New York City and so…
 
This week we chat with Android Allure in another podcast recorded at Hales! Android talks about Waacking, Voguing and the “underground” ballroom scene (which isn’t what we thought it was). This is unique interview for the Moisture Festival Podcast as we talked with Android right before their very first Moisture Festival performance as part of the L…
 
In this episode we welcome Nox Falls to Hales Ales. Nox discusses growing up in Texas and how burlesque was a way to combat shyness. We learn about where some of the ideas for Nox’s routines come from and which ones get selected for shows. Nox also spits some spoken word poetry (which is a first on the podcast.) A really great conversation with a f…
 
In this episode we record on location at Hales Ales where we welcome in Moisture Festival favorite and clown extraordinaire Hilary Chaplain. Hilary discusses how she develops her material and all the things that goes through her mind when she is debuting a new routine. We cover her over 30 year career that includes her one woman show, a play about …
 
Today’s guest is the fantastic burlesque artist Lily Verlaine. We discuss her career arc which started as a child performing in a cabbage patch commercial and now has her touring around the world performing for delighted audiences. We Learn about what goes into developing a burlesque act, all the people that can be involved, and a great conversatio…
 
In this episode of the Moisture Festival Podcast we triangulate locations and interview Stephon Walker aka Swami Yo Mami aka Less S Moore. We talk with Stephon over Zoom and discuss his many characters he has created in his 20 plus years of performing, what led him to create his characters and how his performance at the Kennedy Center was received.…
 
In this episode we hit the road to the Rose City (Portland) and interview the super positive Nate “Scramble” James from Circus Luminescence. Scramble is one half of the group and discusses how the group started from a chance encounter and also the successes and failures of the group throughout the years. He also talks to us about why they decided d…
 
This episode of the Moisture Festival Podcast we are in Portland interviewing the fascinating Jon Dutch, aka “Dutch.” We talk about how he got into the circus later in life, the physical tolls it takes on one’s body and how he got into his unique form of acrobatics. We also discuss the circus scene in Portland, learn about the World Naked Bike Ride…
 
The Moisture Festival is joined over Zoom by the amazing comic daredevil David Aiken a.k.a the Checkerboard guy. David is a unique talent that has traveled the globe with his show and shares with us some amazing stories of his travels. He also tells us about the origins of the checkerboard theme in his show, his love of unusual cars and we gain som…
 
In this episode we make our first house call and interview the hilarious Steve Hamilton. We chat with Steve in his home and learn about how he went from saving lives as a paramedic to making people laugh with his comedy and magic at events all over the world. We hear how he quit his job to pursue his dreams and how his family responded to that deci…
 
Curt Carlyle is one of the premiere comedy jugglers in the Pacific Northwest. He joins us in the clown basement in Portland and discusses all the things that led him to choose juggling as a job. He tells us about his early days performing with a partner, how their comedy act of stripping down to speedos opened the door to a plethora of performances…
 
This episode is part 2 of our two part conversation with the maestro of bubbles Tom Noddy. If you have not heard the first part, go back and check out the beginning of our conversation. In part #2 we pick up right where we left off with some amazing stories from Tom’s 50 plus years of performing. If you love vaudeville, you are going to love one of…
 
If you have been to the moisture festival before you have probably seen the bubble man Tom Noddy. In this episode, Tom joins us in person in the Jungle Wagon for almost two hours of great conversation. In part one of our two part interview with Tom, we dive into his early career, what drew him to bubbles, how he integrated bubbles into his street a…
 
The Moisture Festival releases its last interview from the Berkley sessions and we are pleased to welcome in Robert Strong. Robert is a magician, comedian, idea guy and doer of awesome things. We learn about how he found out that he is related to Harry Houdini, his encounters with Robin Williams and cold calling famous comedians for a show he produ…
 
On this episode of the Moisture Festival Podcast we continue our interviews from Berkeley California and welcome in Swami Beyondananda and Trudy. The Swami tells us about starting an alternative high school, being a ghostwriter for dental books and how all of that led him to performing his Swami character across the United States. We hear some horr…
 
The Moisture Festival is on location in Berkeley California where they are joined by festival favorite and award winning clown Iman Lizarazu. Iman discusses a few of her many passions including wine, designing clown noses and most importantly being creative. We hear some funny stories about growing up in the Basqu region of France, how people respo…
 
The Moisture Festival Podcast continues their residency in Berkeley California where they are joined by the hilarious Dan Holzman. You may know Dan as one half of the juggling team the Raspyni Brothers and we discuss his performing career that has spanned over three decades. We hear about his time performing on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, …
 
This week the Moisture Festival Podcast is joined by the magician to the stars, Jay Alexander! The talk about Jay’s beginning as the doorman at a rock club, his relative that was a vaudeville strongman, living on a boat and owning his own magic theater! This is a great episode, where you’ll learn about Jay’s amazing life!…
 
The Moisture Festival Podcast is on location in Berkeley California and is joined by the amazing Nancy Levidow. Those of you who know Nancy, know that she is such a cool, interesting and amazing person. For those of you who don’t, get ready to meet someone awesome. Nancy tells us about how she got involved in the WELL which is the oldest online com…
 
The Moisture Festival Podcast hits the road and is joined in Berkeley California by Stevie Coyle. Stevie tells us about his childhood path to become a priest and how he ran away to join the Royal Lichtenstein Circus instead. We learn all about his eclectic career that involved things like a trained cat act, announcing whale shows at a marine park, …
 
This week continues the Moisture Festival Podcast’s roadshow with another interview from Berkeley, CA where they are joined by Jeff Raz! In this episode they chat about his time in Cirque du Soleil, what makes a good clown and how he became an author! This is a fantastic interview that you’ll love!โดย Moisture Festival Podcast
 
This week, the Moisture Festival Podcast hits the road and travels to Berkley California where they are joined by Scotty Meltzer and Katrine Spang-Hanssen of Comedy Industries. In this episode, Matt and Louie get into the nuts and bolts of comedy and discuss how custom script writing was the tool that would allow Scotty and Katrine to carve out the…
 
The Moisture Festival hits the phone lines to welcome in the multi-talented and hilarious Amy G. Amy discusses how she transitioned from a shy kid to a powerhouse performer that has traveled to every country you can think of (and more you can’t think of.) She discusses what life was like for her during covid and how she was forced to pivot to somet…
 
The Moisture Festival podcast is joined by Magician and raconteur Mike Caveney for an over the phone chat. Mike tells us some amazing stories from his 40+ years in show business. We discuss how he got into magic, how he married a fellow magician, how hard it is to go on the road with a chicken and how after 50 years of research he is finally releas…
 
The Moisture Festival Podcast is super excited about the amazing Jet Black Pearl joining us over the phone. Jet Black Pearl discusses with us how she came to the United States from the Netherlands and helps us with our Dutch. She also discusses how she begun playing accordion and the inspiration behind some of her hilarious songs. Spoiler alert, sh…
 
In this episode of the Moisture Festival Podcast we are joined over the phone by the hilarious Bri Crabtree. She tells us about how she had to hide being a juggler in high school from her classmates and what it is like to live in an artist workspace in San Francisco. She discusses her career, what it’s like being a woman at a juggling convention an…
 
The Moisture Festival Podcast is pleased to have the multi talented Mark Hayward join us over the phone. Mark is a smorgasbord of quirky talents. He is a world champion yo yo player, a Guinness World Record Holder, Artist and self proclaimed “Cool Guy”. In our conversation we discuss his progression from playing yo-yo as a kid and how that took him…
 
In today’s episode of the Moisture Festival Podcast we record from Rabbit Moon Ranch with Tina Lenert on the dial. In this episode, Tina tells us about her rise from surf rock to creating one of the most famous magic routines in the world, the importance of following your passions in life, and how taking notes from David Copperfield helped shape he…
 
In this episode of the Moisture Festival Podcast we have an “over the phone interview” with the fantastic Cate Great. Thanks to the powers of technology, we get to hear Cate tell us about what it’s like to run away from the water ski team and join a circus school. In this episode, Cate also tells us about her vast array of super amazing skills, the…
 
This week we welcome circus royalty to the Moisture Festival Podcast Studio, Charly Castor. Charly is not only legendary in the circus world, but he is also one of the brothers from the famous French Trio Les Castors. In this episode, Charly explains the unique art form of Risley and Icarian Games as we cover his unique 50 year career touring with …
 
In this episode we welcome the very creative Martha Enson to the studio. Martha has been the Creative Director for a number of fantastic venues, including Teatro Zinzani and En-joy Productions. Martha tells us about her beginnings in Puppetry and how that led to creating one of the most unique touring shows in the Northwest. We also learn about Mar…
 
In this episode we welcome Seattle folk legend Jim Page to the Moisture Festival Podcast studio. Here, we talk about Jim’s lobbying efforts to legalize busking in Seattle, as well as his adventure organizing the first Busker Fest at Pike Place Market. Jim also brings his guitar and plays us a few songs. A great interview with one of the most influe…
 
In this episode the multifaceted performer, Luminous Pariah, joins us in the studio. Lumi explains the art of Burlesque and how stories and comedy play an integral role in Burlesque. We learn about the transition Lumi made from a whale watching tour guide in Alaska to a world renowned burlesque entertainer. Lumi also talks about getting involved in…
 
The Moisture Festival Podcast records from the Jupiter Hotel in Portland Oregon. In this episode, we interview Danish comedy juggler Henrik Bothe in room 219. Henrik talks about doing two command performances for Eddie Murphy, performing on the Gong Show, and the origins of his famous ‘Neon Man’ routine. We also learn how Henrik came to be an anima…
 
This week we welcome one of the producers of the Moisture Festival, Randy Minkler, to the podcast. In this episode, Randy tells us about his Moisture Festival origin story, as well as his music career. He goes into detail about the art of putting together a lineup of talented performers and how to overcome the challenges that accompany this feat. A…
 
Beloved magician, Master Payne, joins Matt and Louie in the Moisture Festival Podcast studio. Payne talks about performing at renaissance festivals, balancing his magic career with a regular job and how he came to be called “one of the best children’s entertainers” by the esteemed Magic Castle. They also discuss his time performing with the Jim Ros…
 
Moisture Festival Board Member, Dan Shih, joins Matt and Louie in studio. They talk about what it’s like to serve on the board of directors for the Moisture Festival, what meetings look like and why volunteering is so important in your community. Louie reflects on the time Dan’s daughter scolded him for not recycling and Dan describes how much his …
 
Moisture Festival founder, Tim Furst, joins the Moisture Festival Podcast. Tim talks about how being a conscientious objector to the war in Vietnam led him to learn to juggle and, subsequently, perform in the famous juggling troupe the Flying Karamazov Brothers. We hear some great stories about Tim’s tours with the Flying Karamazov Brothers across …
 
Just like magic, it’s time for another Moisture Festival Podcast! This week we have magician Joey Pipia joining Matt and Louie in the Moisture Festival Podcast studio. He teaches Matt how to say his name correctly and talks about how he learned magic from the famed magician Slydini. He also talks about how he used to be a professional gambler, how …
 
This week on the Moisture Festival Podcast we have award winning juggler and Cirque du Soleil performer Patrick McGuire! In this episode we chat about how he got into performing with Cirque du Soleil, learning from the legendary Michael Moschen, and juggling being a father and a professional juggler! As promised in the podcast, here’s video of Patr…
 
This week the Moisture Festival Podcast is back on the road visiting with legendary juggler Charlie Brown! We talk about the Oregon Country Fair, and how he got into juggling! You’ll also hear about inciting riots in foreign countries!โดย Moisture Festival Podcast
 
This week Jennifer Wensrich drops by the Odd and Offbeat studios to chat with Matt and Louie. We chat about how she became the Director of Smooth Operations at the Moisture Festival and what it takes to put on the festival every year! We also get into her background in dance and learn a little bit about sailing!…
 
Physical movement virtuoso Christian Swenson joins Matt and Louie in the Moisture Festival Podcast Studio. They talk about his early life studying dance, his interest in movement and how that led him to create his unique style of performance called “Human Jazz.” They cover the variety of performance masters Christian has studied under and how he ca…
 
We’re staying in Portland for this episode where we invite MC Shoehorn into the travelling studio. Shoehorn opens up about his past in New Orleans and learning to tap dance from the kids on the street! He also tells us how he developed his unique act of tap dancing and playing the saxophone.โดย Moisture Festival Podcast
 
This episode of The Moisture Festival Podcast we travel down to Portland to chat with David Lichtenstein, AKA Leapin’ Louie Lichtenstein. We chat with about the origins of his character and street performing around the world! We’ll also learn about Portland’s Umbrella Festival and David’s trip to South America to find spiders!…
 
Moisture Festival founder Ron Bailey is on this episode of the Moisture Festival Podcast. Ron talks about growing up in a Scottish family on a military base in Germany. We learn about where his love for music came from, how he followed his future wife to Europe and how that laid the roots to the Royal Family Du Caniveaux. Matt and Louie learn the o…
 
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