Episode 519 – “You Have to Want the Happiness…”

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It was awesome to finally have the wonderful Leenie O’Connor on DHAP before this week’s Student Driver show. I talk to Leenie about her transition from musical theater towards comedy,…

Episode 518 – “Listen, I’m a Ghost. And, I’m a Robot. But I Don’t Pirate Anymore.”

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While I’m getting ready to settle in for some Student Driver this past Sunday (and every Sunday, 7:30pm in The PIT Underground), Dana Shulman comes up to me and was,…

Episode 517 – “Being Around People That I Love, Who Love Me, Is Just So Invaluable…”

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Jill Shackner is an actor, a singer, a voice artist, and so much more, and it was awesome to talk to her about her career in acting from her youth,…

Episode 516 – “Every Time That We Get More Successful, I Don’t Really Get Much Happier…”

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Alex and Jonathan of Kiss On The Lips join me in the attic of The PIT to talk about their progression of performing comedy in basements in college, to performing…

Episode 515 – “It’s Always Been About the Conversation…”

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Our good, good friend Marc Adam Smith is back on the podcast to talk about the ins and outs of the new improv show he is directing Avoidance: The Game…

Episode 514 – “I’m Happy Making Things, so to Not Make Things, Makes Me Unhappy…”

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I enjoyed talking today with Shawn Wickens, author of the book Tolerable Conspiracies, which you can get on Amazon! Shawn also runs the Bad Film Festival, May 19 through May…

Episode 513 – “Read. Read. Read.”

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Wonderful conversation today with James Carse, author of PhDeath: The Puzzler Murders published by Opus Books. We talked to James about his inspiration to write the novel, his love of…

Episode 512 – “Coming Home Is Pretty Great…”

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Author Jonathan Levi joins the podcast today to talk about his novel “Septimania” out in paperback edition will be available May 16, 2017 through Overlook Press. We talk to Jonathan…