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Episode.Number.18 Vanessa Dunleavy

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Episode.Number.18 Vanessa Dunleavy

Hi!

 Welcome to Episode #18 of “This is a Thing” the Greater Boston arts podcast. This week a chat with actress Vanessa Dunleavy! We had so much fun!
Our chat included:

Credits:
Executive producer: Kerri Wilson
Music: 123rf
Logo: John Pepe

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Episode.Number.16 Daniel Morris!

Episode.Number.16 Daniel Morris!

Hello!

Welcome to Episode #16 of “This is a Thing” the Greater Boston Arts podcast! This week, an interview with Daniel Morris, Producing Artistic Director for Bad Habit Productions,  House Manager for the Huntington BU Theatre and director.

So many things to talk about!

  • Bad Habit Productions.  Get into it!
  • Thank you and shout out to the Huntington Theater for use of a space and just plain being awesome.
  • How does Strawberry Shortcake and Blueberry Muffin manage to work it’s way into our conversation?  You’ll just have to listen. If you’d like to both take a trip down memory lane(depending on how many years young you are) and be little creeped out, click here.
  • We contemplate a new career for President Obama after the White House, where he and Michelle can use skills being President doesn’t take full advantage of, like dancing,  rapping, and more dancing. Dear Mr. and Mrs. Obama, please call me, let’s make some things happen!
  • Wondering what we mean by improv rules?  Check out this blog by a Boston Improv performer.
  • Wondering what Bad Habit Productions has in store for next season?  There’s a hint in this episode and they’ll be announcing in a few weeks!
  • Check out Daniel’s work!  Get tickets to see Urinetown with The Longwood Players in May!
  • Check out BHP!  Get your tickets for Speech and Debate, opening March 26th and see their family show, O Happy Port, opening April 2nd!

Credits:
Executive producer: Kerri Wilson
Music: 123rf
Logo: John Pepe

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Episode.Number.11 Aimee Doherty

Episode.Number.11 Aimee Doherty

HELLO! Episode #11 with Boston-area actress Aimee Doherty is here and it was so fun!  Our discussion included so much!

  • Get a sneak peek of the Aimee in her current production here. 
  • Training can come in so many forms!  Check out some of the places mentioned in the episode: Shakespeare and Company Intensive, The Sandra Feinstein Gamm Theater
  • Don’t know what we’re talking about when we reference the “Opening Number” of Chorus Line?  Check it out!!!
  • Aimee stays in shape with yoga and rocks arm balances like these!
  • Snowboarding vs. skiing, can one be skiboardextrous (yes, it’s a word…maybe)
  • YOU GUYS. Once upon a time we did a show with Lorenzo Lamas at Reagle Music Theater.  We both try to recall a story we heard and Aimee was right….read for yourself. If you want to get to know this Renegade more… he wrote a book.  You do you Lo Lo.

Go see Aimee in Sondheim on Sondheim at Lyric Stage Company!  Then, see her in Mr. Burns at Lyric Stage later this spring!

Credits:

Executive producer: Kerri Wilson
Music: 123rf
Logo: John Pepe

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Episode.Number.10 Lauren Hall

Episode.Number.10 Lauren Hall

Happy Episode # 10 to one and all! Check out the new and improved show notes! This week, a chat with writer, choreographer, philanthropic fundraiser, former Friendly’s ice cream scooper and classy lady, Lauren Hall!  Our conversation included so.many.things….

Interested in reading more poetry?  Read Lauren’s poetry here!  Also, see below for poetry by the writers Lauren mentioned in the episode:
Anne Sexton- “Transformations”
Charles Simic- “The World Doesn’t End
James Tate
Frank Bidart
T.S. Eliot
Jorie Graham

Credits:

Executive producer: Kerri Wilson
Music: 123rf
Logo: John Pepe

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 Episode.Number.7 Jenna Lea Scott

 Episode.Number.7 Jenna Lea Scott

Hello and Happy New Year!
Episode number 7 is another giggle-filled episode but this time with actress, Jenna Lea Scott!  Check her out this spring in “Dogfight” with Speakeasy Stage Company.  Also, Jenna made me snacks!  If you want to know, “what is this chocolate crack they speak of?”, you can find a recipe here.


Credits:
Executive producer: Kerri Wilson
Music: 123rf
Logo: John Pepe

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Episode.Number.5 Bob Malone

Episode.Number.5 Bob Malone

Episode.Number.5 Bob Malone

Welcome to the latest episode of This is a Thing? !   Meet the wonderful Bob Malone owner of Priscilla Beach Theatre in Plymouth, MA(my hometown!).  Bob shares his thoughts about the benefits of theatrical training and exposure, business decisions and (because I asked) my new podcasting endeavor. Check out PBT and how you can become a part of their family!

Credits:
Executive producer: Kerri Wilson
Music: 123rf
Logo: John Pepe

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Episode.Number.One Ashley Levesque!

Episode.Number.One Ashley Levesque!

Hello!  Welcome to the first episode of my podcast, “This is a Thing?”, focusing on the Boston theater and arts scene!  I’m so glad you’re here.  This episode let’s everyone know a little bit more about Boston actress, singer, business lady and general gal about town Ashley Levesque!  Listen to me forget her married name!  Hear about her upcoming show with Bad Habit Productions(http://badhabitproductions.org)!

Leave me a comment on iTunes or e-mail me at kerripodnow@gmail.com.  You can also send sweet tweets to @kerripod.

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