Raspberries! Broadway icon Carol Channing died today, she was 97. One of our most popular episodes ever, Carol Channing spoke to us from her home in Palm Springs about the value of arts education in public schools, and her amazing life and career. Please enjoy this encore presentation.
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Musician E.G. Daily is best known for bringing to life some of the most lovable rebels in film and television: Pee Wee Herman’s girlfriend, Dottie in Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, Buttercup in the Powerpuff Girls and Tommy Pickles in Nickelodeon’s Rugrats.
Today E.G. joins us from her home to talk about her amazing journey as a voice over star, her music from hit films of the 80s and working in her home studio with her family of musicians and filmmakers.
Don’t miss this boob-tacular special podcast, it’s a Hallo-scream! In this classic podcast from the archives, Cassandra Peterson, the ghoulish gal best known as Elvira, Mistress of the Dark joins us to talk about the curse of her bouffant wig, her early years as a Las Vegas showgirl and her extraordinary circle of fabulous friends.
Originally posted on 10/28/2016.
Actor and voice coach Stefan Brundage joins us to share his tips and tricks on how to sound like a butch hetero man on the streets even though you usually sound more like Lady Bunny, who wears sheets- large sheets of colorful fabric, usually in the form of a kaftan, that may also double as a tent. Ok girl!
It’s Lillehammer time! Alt For Norge, Norway’s award winning reality TV adventure show is in full swing and while last week’s episode was a high paced adrenal rush, this week was unbridled emotion.
Today Marc’s Alt for Norge gal pals, Kirstin Franklin and Kelsey Jaffer join us to take a look at the unexpected surprises they found in the Land of the Midnight Sun
If eyes are the windows to the soul, then the soul of Esteban Andres Cruz is a funhouse full of mirrors.
Today Esteban Andres Cruz joins us to talk about his new project where he’s off to explore his queer latinx heritage by rebuilding the homes in Puerto Rico that were damaged by Hurricane Maria.
With the success of Hamilton, theater companies are embracing diversity in stories, plays and casting, but some reviewers aren’t liking it – Chicago Sun Times theater critic Hedy Weiss reportedly said at a panel in 2011 “there are so many plays about race and gender that it’s sickening.”
Today actor Jerome Beck joins us to take a look at the conservative backlash on diversity in theater and the role of theater critics in the age of social media and the internet.
From hoo-ha to dingaling, there’s no shortage of words parents use to describe private parts to their kids. For writer director Robert O’Hara, it was “Bootycandy,” and that’s what he titled his play about a young boy who has to learn what it means to grow up gay and black.
Today, Robert O’Hara joins us top chat about his play, “Bootycandy,” the impact of Obama’s presidency, and how it’s Tyler Perry’s world and we are just living in it.