Episode 526 – “I’m Feeling Deeply, Deeply Sad and I Don’t Want to Be Here With You Guys…”

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I head back to Astoria to talk with Abbie Harper about growing up in Pittsburgh, going to college in Ohio, and how she ended up in New York and Astoria….

Episode 525 – “You Don’t Want To Let the Other Person Down”

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John Saponaro, our good friend, is back on the podcast to talk about his recent cross country trip, spending 72 hours writing with a buddy to finish his screenplay, and…

Episode 524 – “The Only Time I Was Acting Like a Fan Was With David Hasselhoff…”

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Friend of the show Charles Curtis is back on the podcast to talk dream interviews David Hasselhoff and “Weird Al” Yankovic, classic sports video games, his work as a writer…

Episode 523 – “When You’re Here! My Family!”

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One of my favorite comedy improvisers, Tom Berg, is finally on the show proper, after his and his brother were on the 2015 DHAP Marathon! We talk today about our…

Episode 522 – “What is Rhubarb?” (LIVE! to tape from INDIEpendence Day Fest 2017)

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One of my favorite days of the year, my second time sharing the stage with 3.14 Improv pronouced Pi talking the definition of pie, when does cake become a cake,…

Episode 521 – “He Leaves. He Hasn’t Done the Song.”

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Our good friend Marc Adam Smith joins me on the podcast to talk about the plight and de-evolution of the New York City subway, going to a concert and not…

Episode 520 – “I Would Love to Hang Out with You Sometime. In the Real World. IRL.”

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I cannot believe it has been two years since we’ve had the wonderful Whitney Meers on the podcast! It was awesome to catch up with Whitney and discuss finding friends…

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,…