Episode 2 is finally up!

I missed a few things, like saying that Sweet Charity is still playing for two more weekends and you should really get your tickets!

Purchase them at http://wvlo.org/ and click on the “ONLINE TIX” option at the top of the page.

The shownotes and podcast can be found HERE.

So, what are you waiting for?  Go, listen, tell me what you think.  Give me your feedback.

Yay! Even more bad news…

When I conduct my interviews, I take a digi recorder and mic along with my now not-so-trusty macbook with me so that way I have a back up copy of the talk.  I am not sure why, but for the interview with Bill, he sounds like he is sitting in a whole other room.  I can barely hear what he’s saying, and it just makes me even more angry that this happened.  Especially since I was about an hour away from posting episode 2.

In short my friends, there will be no interview with Bill Starr.  I will have to try and catch him another time and see if he would be willing to have another meeting.  So, I am trying to get another interview to fit into a podcast and post it later today.  I will keep you updated in an hour or so.

Unbelievable disaster!!!!

I don’t know what happened, but I lost all of the tracks for Episode 2.  I am so disgusted right now that I can’t even type this.  My interview with Bill Starr is wiped clean and everything except the stupid jingles are gone.  I saved the episode and was going to begin my show notes, when I figured that I can import it to my itunes to hear how the finished product came out.  As the file was loading, I got three error messages saying that tracks 1, 2, and 4 were unable to be found.  I think I am going to be sick!

Asking for your feedback…

The other day my great friend, Sarah, asked…”Who is your audience? Who are you trying to connect with? Is it strictly other people that are involved with theatre and such, or is it for everyone?”

My goal is to be as inclusive as possible so I would LOVE to be a service to all of you.  So, I would like to take a moment and find out from you, the public, what it is that I can do to bring the Arts to life for you?  What is it that you would like to hear about?  Is there a particular theatre company that you would like me to feature?  Maybe a local show that is being performed is something that you would like me to talk about or interview someone in?   In any case, let me know.

Just like theatre, this is a collaborative effort, and I am pretty easy to work with. So, why not hit me up with an email, or a message on Facebook (See my link on the right hand margin).

I look forward to hearing from you.

My kindest regards,