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Never Say Macbeth
10 minutes | Apr 17, 2020
Kids, yo...they're wild (Minisode with Tosin Morohunfola)
We could all use a laugh about now, right? Guest Tosin Morohunfola tells some tales of his many storied years in Kansas City and Chicago theatre, including the time he could have gotten himself fired for a slipup on a kid's show, and a couple of times where he may or may not have completely screwed up the entire run of a show... @tosin.morohunfola
12 minutes | Feb 20, 2020
Cry Havoc and Let Slip the...Leeches? (minisode with Jake Guinn)
In this minisode, I chat with Jake Guinn of Havoc Movement about some of his stage stunts. A lot can go wrong when you play with fire...havocmovement.com@havocmovement
31 minutes | Oct 25, 2019
Code Blood, or the Schmocking Dread (with Lindsey Sharpless and Jeremy Ledbetter)
Trick? Or treat? Tech gods Lindsey Sharpless and Jeremy Ledbetter chat with me about an immersive horror experience we all did a few years ago, where crew and cast alike had to improvise around spooked audience behavior and unending tech issues.Lindsey's company can be found @vernalandseretheatre. See what Jeremy's cooking @ledbetter_jeremy.
18 minutes | Jul 5, 2019
Beauty and the Beast: Dr. Thunder edition (with Ben Auxier)
Chicago actor/producer Ben Auxier has bad flashbacks to high school, when a budget version of Beauty and the Beast utterly disregards such trivial things as, oh, actor safety...Find his company @frienddogstudios or on Patreon.com/frienddog.Find Ben at: frienddogstudios.comunderscoretheatre.org/lefty-and-crabbe
11 minutes | May 31, 2019
A Real Sh**show (minisode with Meg Poole and Tara Costello)
Our guest Tara Costello gets "pissed off" when a volatile castmate does the unthinkable to sauce up a Shakespeare history play. And speaking of bodily functions... Megan Poole bravely bares her story of when heartbreak and indigestion collide during a gut-wrenching dress tech for 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.
20 minutes | May 31, 2019
You Get Back On the Horse (feat. Patrick Croce, Matt Clanton and Adrian Jacobs)
Do real guns and theatre mix? Not well for our first guest, Adrian Jacobs, who probably shouldn't be alive right now. Matt Clanton of Act Tactical lends his expertise on live firearms and performance. Then, Patrick Croce answers the ever-prevalent question, what do you do when you fall off the horse? ... Now, what about when you're in character and hundreds of people are watching you eat dirt?
20 minutes | May 31, 2019
Unicorns and Unitards: As Shakespeare Intended (feat. Elizabeth Ann Miller)
Elizabeth Ann Miller drops in to get wine-tipsy with me and talk about her Atlanta-based company, Shakespeare on Draught -- which entails all of the drunken, underrehearsed debauchery characteristic of Billy Shakes' era -- and some of the silly and inspiring stories that have arisen from this colossally successful whim. Actors, if you're more comfortable with prepared, rehearsed, poetic, sanctimonious, practiced, expected Shakespeare... then perhaps this isn't for you!@shakespeareondraught www.shakespeareondraught.com
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