Episode 449 – Brooklyn Quartet, Rock WILK, and the Community

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Last weekend, I spent a couple of days with Rock WILK and reg e gaines in the city to talk about Brooklyn Quartet. Written and performed by Rock, and directed…

Episode 448 – Bryan Fenkart

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In one of the longest time coming episodes of DHAP, it was an absolute joy to have singer-songwriter, Broadway actor Bryan Fenkart on the show. We talk how he found…

Episode 447 – …or… Episode 1 – Dana (Krashin) Has A Podcast

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Episode One of Dana Has A Podcast, and she allows myself, the host of Dennis Has A Podcast to be the focus of her first episode. On this episode, you…

Episode 446 – Michael Coyne

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I’ve gotten to know Michael Coyne over the last few months as part of the awesome improv community I am on the periphery of. I am no improviser, but they…

Episode 445 – Adam Lucidi

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One of the joys of having one of your best friends and favorite people on the podcast is that, in some ways, you know exactly where the conversation is going…

Episode 444 – Jason Cooper/Sock Cop

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Jason Cooper is better known to those in the Periscope community by his pupper alter ego Sock Cop! I talk with Jason about the origins of Sock Cop, about the…

Episode 443 – John Saponaro

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Check out John Saponaro’s new show Pints and Punchlines up in Saratoga this Friday night; check out PintsAndPunchlines.com! We talk with John today his Taylor Swift inspired softball team, the…

Episode 442 – Lizzy Furey

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Lizzy Furey, co-host of the Middle School Book Club Podcast, joins me to talk about my recent appearance talking about Stephen King’s “The Eyes of the Dragon.” We also talk…