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Police work requires way more than just brute force. And as the Blue Line gets stretched thinner, we learn there’s more than one way to be truly Remarkable. Listen to it all right here on this episode of The Remarkables presented by Meltdown comics!
Hosts – Ezra & Tita
Executive Producers – Peter Murrieta, Chad Krueger, Gaston Dominguez-Letelier
Associate Producers – Jay Kasten, Jonas Sansone
Dave Hondel talks about the importance of the Arts in school and why budget cuts could affect the future of the children that rely on this education.
After a week of Theo dropping out of sight and communicating with no one, Clive shows up at his apartment and convinces him to go uptown where they run into Milo, a meeting Clive secretly set up since the brothers hadn’t spoken since their blow-up several weeks earlier. A little girl passing by on the street drops a Dr. Seuss book and when Theo calls out to her to come get it, they have an animated, touching discussion about books that leads him to rethink Rewrites. Months later after the first season of Rewrites has ended, each writer delivers a touching monologue to Theo telling him what they’re doing now and thanking him for the impact he had on their lives.
We're having a blast talking about upcoming summer shows! First, CJ Bergin is the only actor appearing in all three of Quill's Richmond Shakespeare Festival productions, topping the summer off with a star turn as the noble Orlando in AS YOU LIKE IT, opening July 6th. Then Maggie Roop joins us in the wake of the casting announcement for CRIMES OF THE HEART, Virginia Rep's summer offering at Hanover Tavern, opening July 20th. Maggie's been busy directing shows and cooking up plans with her Yes And! Entertainment partner Matt Shofner, but is looking forward to dusting off those acting chops to star in the classic Beth Henley family comedy.
Steven assanti reality TV star answered your burning questions
Steven Assanti, from Warwick, Rhode Island, weighed 734lbs when he first started documenting his weight loss journey on the TLC series My 600lb Life His 604lb brother Justin, 27, also shared his story on the documentary series During the first half of the two-part special, Justin ended up leaving the hospital, while Steven got kicked out for bad behavior and was sent to rehab for drugs In the second half of the special, Steven's weight fluctuated until he reached 750lbs, weighing 16lbs more than he did when he started After he fell off a golf cart and demanded painkillers, his frustrated doctor forced him to look in the mirror and confront himself The life-changing moment helped him shed 73lbs, and at 677lbs, he weighed 57lbs less than he d
The newest member of the Acting Inspired famalam, Joe Eyre, talks to me about Joyous Gard, creating a Theatre company being a producer, writer, casting director and an actor on something completely different... all at the same time!
Joe was such a great guest to chat with, we had a couple of interruptions, however, we kept calm and carried the fuck on!
Make sure you catch Joe performing in Gallowglass http://www.middlegroundtheatre.co.uk/Wordpress/gallowglass/
Catch Joyous Gard's final production at this year's Vault Festival TIMOTHY on in the Studio from 14th - 18th March https://www.joyousgardtheatre.com/
@GardJoyous @eyre_joe @betheyre
*How Mexico's culture is shaped by boxing. How bug-eyed Frank Grillo got in front of Nacho Beristain.
*Israel's Krav Maga and its origins. Seeing Frank actually scared and in awe.
*How much more footage is there? Second season?
*Shooting Kingdom with Grillo and the finale.
*Tucker's speech about Nate/homosexuality in combat sports. Hidden power in Kingdom.
Welcome to the premiere episode of Barker Room Radio! Erin Courtney is an Obie award winning playwright currently teaching at Brooklyn College in the M.F.A. playwriting program. Erin's home, a building she describes as a "strange playwriting commune," has housed a number of New York playwrights such as Annie Baker, Heidi Schreck, and Kate E. Ryan. Her plays, her work at Brooklyn College, and her experiences as landlady to so many bold theatrical voices, position her as a pivotal figure in the contemporary theatrical landscape. Today, she sits down with Barker Room's Paul Ketchum to discuss her Obie winning play, A Map of Virtue, and it's rapidly approaching West Coast Premiere with Barker Room Rep. Buy "Someday" on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/someday-ep/id962424282
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