Ep. 17 – Creating The Beast of Hyperborea, Part 1

I created a new one-man show recently. I essentially wrote, designed and rehearsed it in about 5 weeks. In this episode I discuss that process leading up to the world premiere opening night. In particular, I discuss the resistance I came up against that drained my time, energy and concentration,  and how I saw this project through, despite teetering on creative burnout.

This part one of a two-part installment.

 

Listen on Apple Podcasts | Listen on Stitcher

Here’s a link to the book I reference in the episode: Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories by Christopher Booker

Advertisements

Ep. 14 – Influences Both Immediate and Grand

In this special episode I welcome my colleague Jeff Hernandez as we discuss our immediate obsessions as well as people that have had a wider influence on us as artists.

Listen on Apple Podcasts | Listen on Stitcher

If you wanna check out the Bike Soccer Jamboree Podcast that Jeff and I recently ended, here’s the LINK.

Ep. 13 – The Structure of Comedy

A little talk about Comedy as a genre of theatre and how the structure of it has changed through the centuries.

Listen on itunes | Listen on Stitcher

Here’s a link to Christopher Booker’s great book: Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories