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Curious Courage CHALLENGE: Meatless March Confessions

We are halfway through our Meatless March challenge! How's it going? Ehhhh, meat-iocre. Kristin, Emily, and Corrigan get together over wine and brownies to discuss why they've gone "flexitarian," their successes and failures, and why kicking the red meat habitcan actually be a pretty attainable goal even for the least self-disciplinedof folks (like us), providing income and access allow for it. Check in with us as Kristin discovers egg rolls don't just have egg in them, Emily owns up to being the least mindful eater ever, and Corrigan makes references no one else gets. It's a good time! Be sure to let us know if you listened! And we want to hear how you do your part for the environment! Further reading: World Health Organization: Q&A on the carcinogenicity of the conumption of red meat and processed meathttp://www.who.int/features/qa/cancer-red-meat/en/ "The Triple Whopper Environmental Impact of Global Meat Production" by Brian Walsh | Time Magazine http://science.time.com/2013/12/...

23 MIN2018 MAR 17
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Curious Courage CHALLENGE: Meatless March Confessions

Ep. 1 - Say Yes and Show Up (w/ violence designer Ned Mochel!)

In the inaugural episode of the Curious Courage podcast, we (Kristin Latourelle and Corrigan Vaughan) spend an afternoon with the world's firsttheatre violence designer, Ned Mochel! We start by recapping our experience seeing our favorite playwright John Pollono's "Rules of Seconds," before delving into our interview with the show's Violence Designer and hearing how his years of stage experience led him to the creation of a much-needed role. We learn the ins and outs of figuring out how to bring all the guts and gore to the stage, while also talking Shakespeare, the American theatre scene from coast to coast, and how a new crop of playwrights is attracting audiences comprised of everyone from Pretty Little Liars fans to blue-haired grandmas. And for those aspiring to go where there is no path and leave a trail, he offers some words of wisdom. We could listen to Ned talk story all day. Into music by Doc Vaporz [https://soundcloud.com/docvaporz] Logo by Jordan Carlman [http://www.inst...

68 MIN2018 FEB 1
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Ep. 1 - Say Yes and Show Up (w/ violence designer Ned Mochel!)
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Latest Episodes

Curious Courage CHALLENGE: Meatless March Confessions

We are halfway through our Meatless March challenge! How's it going? Ehhhh, meat-iocre. Kristin, Emily, and Corrigan get together over wine and brownies to discuss why they've gone "flexitarian," their successes and failures, and why kicking the red meat habitcan actually be a pretty attainable goal even for the least self-disciplinedof folks (like us), providing income and access allow for it. Check in with us as Kristin discovers egg rolls don't just have egg in them, Emily owns up to being the least mindful eater ever, and Corrigan makes references no one else gets. It's a good time! Be sure to let us know if you listened! And we want to hear how you do your part for the environment! Further reading: World Health Organization: Q&A on the carcinogenicity of the conumption of red meat and processed meathttp://www.who.int/features/qa/cancer-red-meat/en/ "The Triple Whopper Environmental Impact of Global Meat Production" by Brian Walsh | Time Magazine http://science.time.com/2013/12/...

23 MIN2018 MAR 17
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Curious Courage CHALLENGE: Meatless March Confessions

Ep. 1 - Say Yes and Show Up (w/ violence designer Ned Mochel!)

In the inaugural episode of the Curious Courage podcast, we (Kristin Latourelle and Corrigan Vaughan) spend an afternoon with the world's firsttheatre violence designer, Ned Mochel! We start by recapping our experience seeing our favorite playwright John Pollono's "Rules of Seconds," before delving into our interview with the show's Violence Designer and hearing how his years of stage experience led him to the creation of a much-needed role. We learn the ins and outs of figuring out how to bring all the guts and gore to the stage, while also talking Shakespeare, the American theatre scene from coast to coast, and how a new crop of playwrights is attracting audiences comprised of everyone from Pretty Little Liars fans to blue-haired grandmas. And for those aspiring to go where there is no path and leave a trail, he offers some words of wisdom. We could listen to Ned talk story all day. Into music by Doc Vaporz [https://soundcloud.com/docvaporz] Logo by Jordan Carlman [http://www.inst...

68 MIN2018 FEB 1
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Ep. 1 - Say Yes and Show Up (w/ violence designer Ned Mochel!)
the END
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