Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Act V, Scene 8

On today's show, we say good by to our apprentice Greg Ciotti.. he has graduated and will move on to bigger and better things!

We had an extra half hour today thanks to Sherry Mill and "Ready for My Closeup Miss Mills" and we filled it.

We had some of the Actor's from Young Shakespeare's production of "Troilus and Cressida

And Norman Blumensaadt brought the leads from Different Stage's "Too Many Husbands."  What a fun show!

Oh, I almost forgot; Dustin Struhall called in and chatted about many thing including Curtain Call

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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Act V, Scene 7

another fun show!

First of all, we laughed a lot!

Our guests were the folks from Breaking String Productions talking about Austin's Graham Schmidt's (who also directed) translation of Uncle Vanya. Plus the Michelle Cheney, Micah Sudduth and Keylee Koop from City Theatre came in to talk about Little Dog Laughed.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Act V, Scene 6

Today we went in depth with The Tonys as well as Spider-Man, Turn off The Dark (which opened last night).

We had folks from The Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance company on to talk about Murmur and their collaboration with NobleMotion Dance from Houston.

We also had Daniel Arredondo on who is the Minister of Music at the MCC Austin to talk about their Broadway Series

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Thursday, June 09, 2011

Act V, Scene 5

Our Poor Man's WebCaM
Monday's Show and Poorman's Webcam (My face kinda looks like a mic, doesn't it?)

We talked a lot about what's going on in New York with the Tony's this Sunday night!!!

We also had the folks at Penfold Theatre and they sang live from their show "I Love You Because"

We also had ColdTowne Theater's Oh Science! on to talk about long form improve and their weekly shows on Sunday nights at 8:30.. All are welcome.

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Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Act V, Scene 4

Another Groovy Show...

Stuart, Greg, and I welcomed The Poison Apple Intiative and they performed a  song in studio from their show Woyzeck (which opens tonight).   We also aired our interview with Kathy Panoff, The Director of Texas Performing Arts who shared highlights of their 30th anniversary season.  Finally, The Paradox Players, came on and performed a scene from "Independence" opening this weekend.

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