August 13, 2020 @ 12:00 pm

Emma Messenger

It’s Episode 138 with Emma Messenger!

(This episode was recorded earlier in the year, while Emma was performing in Curious Theatre’s production of The Secretary.) 

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May 7, 2020 @ 8:50 am

Jeff Parker

Please enjoy Episode 137 with Jeff Parker! This episode was recorded before Arvada Center and CSF cancelled/postponed their season programming.


We chat about dialects, Hercule Poirot (played by my personal hero, Kevin Rich), and many other excellent theatrically nerdy topics. Enjoy!


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March 19, 2020 @ 10:18 pm

Meghan Anderson Doyle

In honor of her birthday, please enjoy Episode 136 with the profoundly talented costume designer Meghan Anderson Doyle!

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January 19, 2020 @ 5:43 pm

Devon James

It’s Episode 135 with Devon James!

Devon is an MFA Actor & Teaching Artist Professional. She has been working and educating in the industry for nearly the last 15 years. Currently, her work can be seen as the calendar-driven office manager, Janelle in Curious Theatre’s production of “The Secretary,” which runs through February 22nd. Get your tickets here:

Devon is also the Founder of Actors With Intention (AWI), a network and educational platform for professional and professional aspiring actors that focuses on mindset, continued growth, and community., Facebook: @actorswithintention, INSTA: @actorswithintention_awi

This episode spotlights Perfect Pronouns.

Visibility for the transgender community is a life-or-death issue, but pronoun usage isn't just for trans people. Do your part to bring visibility to pronoun usage for all, and treat yourself to Perfect Pronoun pins to make you feel visible.

Visit and use the code “mustang10” to get 10% off your order!

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December 10, 2019 @ 6:38 pm

MJ Rawls

It's Episode 134 with MJ Rawls! We chat about her acting career and some of the unique challenges experienced by transgender and non-binary actors. We hope to make this a monthly series, so you can look forward to more MJ in the weeks to come! 

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July 17, 2019 @ 5:26 pm

Wendy Franz

It’s Episode 133 with Wendy Franz!

We dig deep into the 2019 Colorado Shakespeare Festival season, arts administration and the joy of our collective theatre nerd-ery.

Get your tickets for the CSF season here:

Learn more about CSF here!

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July 14, 2019 @ 2:47 pm

Brynn Headington

Enjoy Episode 132 with Brynn Headington! We chat about acting, creating your own work and parenting (and being a mom-boss!)

Follow Brynn on Insta: @brynnpossible

Check out her YouTube channel here:

More info about Synetic Theater: and

Brynn is represented by Capital Talent Agency.

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May 24, 2019 @ 12:51 pm

Jasmine Joshua Returns

It’s Episode 131: Jasmine Joshua returns!

We chat all about Reboot Theatre, inclusivity and their latest AMAZING production, Sweeney Todd, which runs through May 31.

Get your tix here!

PS: We still have six more days left on the Hoops of Steel campaign! Pre-order your album here:

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May 24, 2019 @ 12:29 pm

Lynne Hastings and Caitlin Lowans

It’s Episode 130 with Lynne Hastings and Caitlin Lowans of Theatreworks Colorado Springs! Don’t miss Shakespeare at the Ranch, where they’ll be producing Measure for Measure June 26-July 21st! For more information about this and their upcoming season, please visit

PS: We still have six more days left on the Hoops of Steel campaign! Pre-order your album here:


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May 14, 2019 @ 5:07 pm

Hoops of Steel: The Workshop

It's Episode 129: Hoops of Steel: The Workshop!

We only have two weeks left to raise the money we need to cover the costs of writing a brand-new Shakesqueerian musical that reimagines the Hamlet narrative from Ophelia's perspetive!

Jules Murtha and Woodzick have an upcoming album of all the songs from this new show. Learn more here:

And donate here!

If you need more convincing, check out this testimonial!

“I had the great fortune to see an early workshop of Hoops of Steel, and I was blown away. This imaginative alternative to Shakespeare’s Hamlet positions the story firmly in the 21st century, and paints vivid and believable portraits of Ophelia and Laertes, while opening up new meanings in this 400-year-old play. It’s smart, funny, and heartfelt. I can’t wait to see where Woodzick and Jules take this powerful piece!”

-Amanda Giguere: Director of Outreach, Colorado Shakespeare Festival


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