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OH MTG: A Doctor, Queer Theatre, and Profiling, OH MY!

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Join your unpredictable host Michael, special guest sidekick, Dr. Franklin Ellis and featured guest Michael A. Shepperd - Co-artistic Director of the Celebration Theatre in West Hollywood, CA. MTG and Franklin will start off the show with Shitz and Giggles (or Crap That Makes You Laugh) – those slice of life moments that happen all around us. And then MTG winds up and throws Franklin some Word Up! curveballs – a word/mind association game where he’ll say a word, name or phrase and ask Franklin to say the first thing that comes to her mind. (Just what will the doctor say?)

Featured Guest, the multi-dimensional Michael A. Shepperd (“Shep”) will chat with Michael about his influence and goals for the Los Angeles theatre scene and his personal experiences with racial profiling. And MTG will delve a little deeper into Shep’s life for his Chapter 12 segment - our lives are like chapters in a book.  What is the title of Shep’s current life chapter? Michael A. Shepperd will team up with MTG to share JUST THE TIP with you – A how-to moment where we give you just enough info to get you started. This week’s tip topic: “How to Be a Better Parent.”

And there’s no doubt you’ll be hungry for more, so stick aroundfor the end of the show where MTG features his JUKEBOX 5 musical artists. Michael puts on his blinders and reaches out to grab 5 various musical artists to share with his guest and listeners. We end the show with Tale Ends – an excerpt from a book, short story or article that has a little something for everyone. This week’s excerpt is from David Sedaris’ latest collection of essays, “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls.” There’s nothing like a good story.  And there’s nothing like catching you off guard and hearing you say, “OH MTG!”

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