Yeah, I missed a week. So what? Anyway, here's Wonderwall. And by Wonderwall, I mean the eternal student Anne Stainbeck Davis sits down with us to discuss family, her love of theatre, and working for a clown.
This week, Emily Stump talks animals, John Mulaney, and being Southern in a slightly less southern state. Ian struggles with lossy audio formats (I'm trying my best, y'all), but he personally composed a new intro for the show and is proud of that at least.
Your exasperated host does his best with screenwriter Diana Barahona as she discusses writing, cosplay, being a Latina in the south, and sexy Asians. Ian learns about the difficulties of setting levels and editing around dog barks.
Vet tech Kourtnee Dorsey eats pizza, drinks bourbon, and tells us about dogs, anime, and sexism in online gaming. Also, Ian faces her mic in the wrong direction and makes editing harder on himself. This is in no way an Easter episode.
Your intrepid host attempts to rangle in professional stage manager Libby Mickle as she talks about The Theatere, New Orleans, and gender politics. Ian decides to buy a second microphone after attempting to edit this (note: turn your volume up). Also, we drink too much bourbon.
In our first episode (and belated Valentine's Day special) voice actor Joshua Young talks about how to get started in podcasting and narration. He also does far too many impressions.