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Asheville's Dramatic Breakdown

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Latest Episodes

Episode 11: David Yeats is a Bundt

For this episode I spent the evening with actor, director, author, and set designer David Yeats, drinking the strongest beverage ever featured on this podcast. Join us on our descent into nonsense as I talk to one of my favorite people about some of my favorite subjects!

46 MIN2018 SEP 1
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Episode 11: David Yeats is a Bundt

Jeff Messer Sees All

This week I get to hang out with writer, director, actor, and reviewer Jeff Messer. If you ever do shows in Asheville, Jeff will probably be the guy writing your reviews. But fear not! He is a totally fine and normal dude, as is dramatically revealed in this weeks episode.

69 MIN2018 JUL 22
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Jeff Messer Sees All

Epsiode 9: Adam Arthur and Troy Burnette are Super Happy

This week I got to hang out with Adam Arthur and Troy Burnette, the guys behind The Superhappy Radio Hour! Which is my favorite podcast that isn't this one. This is also the episode where I laughed so hard that I forgot my interview questions. So if you like the sound of me laughing more than the sound of me talking, this is the episode for you!

55 MIN2018 JUL 2
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Epsiode 9: Adam Arthur and Troy Burnette are Super Happy

Episode 8: Jeff Catanese and the Green Couch

This week Jeff Catanese, of Attic Salt Theater Company, talks with me about structure, order, and efficiency in directing. Which as it turns out, is how he builds a strong framework from which he can unleash chaos. (It was his true plan all along!)

59 MIN2018 JUN 16
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Episode 8: Jeff Catanese and the Green Couch

Episode 7: Rodney Smith Is King Of Nerds

There's no joy quite like geeking out over your favorite movies, tv, books, and comics. Imagine someone geeking out so hard that they wrote a whole play about it. And then imagine that the play was AWESOME. You've just imagined Rodney Smith. This week we talk about fun, pain, love, inclusion, and inspiration. In short: nerd culture.

45 MIN2018 JUN 10
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Episode 7: Rodney Smith Is King Of Nerds

Episode 6: Steven Samuels Gets Sublime

This week, Steven Samuels and I realize that Art is Life, whether you mean it to be or not. Also, I understand none of the theatrical references that Steven drops, but I play it cool and come out looking smart anyway.

45 MIN2018 JUN 3
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Episode 6: Steven Samuels Gets Sublime

Episode 5: John Russell is an Economic Force

This week my guest is John Russell; the eternal, ageless being who acts as managing director for the Montford Park Players. We're talking business, culture, and how the development of the arts in Asheville has been intrinsic to the development of the city itself.

39 MIN2018 MAY 27
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Episode 5: John Russell is an Economic Force

Episode 4: Scott Keel Makes Noise

This episode my good buddy Scott Keel and I talk a lot about soundscapes, a lot about seeing your own reality reflected in theater, and engage in just the tiniest bit of self-congratulatory back-patting. Also witness the grand reveal of the Scott Keel Show That Messed Me Up Bad.

35 MIN2018 MAY 19
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Episode 4: Scott Keel Makes Noise

Episode 3 - Dwight Chiles And Henry Williamson III Are Classic

In this episode I talk to my buddies Dwight Chiles and Henry Williamson III, co-artistic directors of Mountain Arts Theater. We talk about collaboration, the trust and love it takes to build an ensemble, and the Tech Week When We Worked So Hard We Almost Died, which is all of them.

40 MIN2018 MAY 13
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Episode 3 - Dwight Chiles And Henry Williamson III Are Classic

Episode 2: Steph Hickling-Beckman Changes the Scene

My guest today is Steph Hickling-Beckman. I know her best as the managing artistic director of Different Strokes Performing Arts Collective, but you can play six degrees from Steph with the entire Asheville Theater scene. We talk about the long slog people of color and the LGBT community have had to take to get onstage in Asheville, how far we have come, and how far we can still go as a community.

30 MIN2018 MAY 13
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Episode 2: Steph Hickling-Beckman Changes the Scene

Latest Episodes

Episode 11: David Yeats is a Bundt

For this episode I spent the evening with actor, director, author, and set designer David Yeats, drinking the strongest beverage ever featured on this podcast. Join us on our descent into nonsense as I talk to one of my favorite people about some of my favorite subjects!

46 MIN2018 SEP 1
Comments
Episode 11: David Yeats is a Bundt

Jeff Messer Sees All

This week I get to hang out with writer, director, actor, and reviewer Jeff Messer. If you ever do shows in Asheville, Jeff will probably be the guy writing your reviews. But fear not! He is a totally fine and normal dude, as is dramatically revealed in this weeks episode.

69 MIN2018 JUL 22
Comments
Jeff Messer Sees All

Epsiode 9: Adam Arthur and Troy Burnette are Super Happy

This week I got to hang out with Adam Arthur and Troy Burnette, the guys behind The Superhappy Radio Hour! Which is my favorite podcast that isn't this one. This is also the episode where I laughed so hard that I forgot my interview questions. So if you like the sound of me laughing more than the sound of me talking, this is the episode for you!

55 MIN2018 JUL 2
Comments
Epsiode 9: Adam Arthur and Troy Burnette are Super Happy

Episode 8: Jeff Catanese and the Green Couch

This week Jeff Catanese, of Attic Salt Theater Company, talks with me about structure, order, and efficiency in directing. Which as it turns out, is how he builds a strong framework from which he can unleash chaos. (It was his true plan all along!)

59 MIN2018 JUN 16
Comments
Episode 8: Jeff Catanese and the Green Couch

Episode 7: Rodney Smith Is King Of Nerds

There's no joy quite like geeking out over your favorite movies, tv, books, and comics. Imagine someone geeking out so hard that they wrote a whole play about it. And then imagine that the play was AWESOME. You've just imagined Rodney Smith. This week we talk about fun, pain, love, inclusion, and inspiration. In short: nerd culture.

45 MIN2018 JUN 10
Comments
Episode 7: Rodney Smith Is King Of Nerds

Episode 6: Steven Samuels Gets Sublime

This week, Steven Samuels and I realize that Art is Life, whether you mean it to be or not. Also, I understand none of the theatrical references that Steven drops, but I play it cool and come out looking smart anyway.

45 MIN2018 JUN 3
Comments
Episode 6: Steven Samuels Gets Sublime

Episode 5: John Russell is an Economic Force

This week my guest is John Russell; the eternal, ageless being who acts as managing director for the Montford Park Players. We're talking business, culture, and how the development of the arts in Asheville has been intrinsic to the development of the city itself.

39 MIN2018 MAY 27
Comments
Episode 5: John Russell is an Economic Force

Episode 4: Scott Keel Makes Noise

This episode my good buddy Scott Keel and I talk a lot about soundscapes, a lot about seeing your own reality reflected in theater, and engage in just the tiniest bit of self-congratulatory back-patting. Also witness the grand reveal of the Scott Keel Show That Messed Me Up Bad.

35 MIN2018 MAY 19
Comments
Episode 4: Scott Keel Makes Noise

Episode 3 - Dwight Chiles And Henry Williamson III Are Classic

In this episode I talk to my buddies Dwight Chiles and Henry Williamson III, co-artistic directors of Mountain Arts Theater. We talk about collaboration, the trust and love it takes to build an ensemble, and the Tech Week When We Worked So Hard We Almost Died, which is all of them.

40 MIN2018 MAY 13
Comments
Episode 3 - Dwight Chiles And Henry Williamson III Are Classic

Episode 2: Steph Hickling-Beckman Changes the Scene

My guest today is Steph Hickling-Beckman. I know her best as the managing artistic director of Different Strokes Performing Arts Collective, but you can play six degrees from Steph with the entire Asheville Theater scene. We talk about the long slog people of color and the LGBT community have had to take to get onstage in Asheville, how far we have come, and how far we can still go as a community.

30 MIN2018 MAY 13
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Episode 2: Steph Hickling-Beckman Changes the Scene
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