November 10, 2019
Jeff is not only a full-time middle school teacher but also an entrepreneur. They say, find a need and fill that need. That is what Jeff has done with Virtual Theatre.
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November 2, 2019
Jacob has been on the podcast before but not as a solo artist. I know, I know, I am alienating the heck out of an already niche podcast by talking about wrestling with him, but there is value to listening to this interview because we do a heck of a job tying it into theatre. After all, hand to hand combat is one of the oldest forms of "theatre."
And yes, podcasts will now simply drop on the weekend. Keep it fresh. Let them drop when you least expect them.
October 27, 2019
Yet another interview from TETA. Mr. Jared Berry joined me for a great interview about his background and his passion for theatre education. Jared is arguably the biggest fan of Minor Wisdom (sorry Steward and Julio) so it was a must that I interviewed him so that the world could get to know one of the kindest individuals on this planet.
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October 20, 2019
It is always a bit more fun to have non-educators on the podcast that have a passion for helping educators. This week's interview, Eric Campbell from Techland sat down with me, in his own booth, at TETA, and discussed why he is so involved with educators and some Techland origins.
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October 13, 2019
This week, I have Julio Morales on the podcast, as well as Danny George from The Growing Studio.
Both interviews took place at TETA in the Techland booth.
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October 6, 2019
Another week of content from TETA. On this episode, I sat down with the Texas legend, Jim Rambo. Many Texas educators know him from TETA and from UIL but his wisdom reaches beyond the classroom.
September 29, 2019
Rebecca Lowrey is the Dallas area Accounts Manager for Romeo Music and an extremely knowledgable theatre professional. This particular conversation focuses on wireless microphones and the train-wreck that is wireless frequencies in the fine arts.
Thank you to some of the Waco ISD teachers that allowed me to put a mic in their face and all of the teachers on future episodes that will be featured.
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September 22, 2019
Jason Duga is a middle school theatre teacher with an extensive background as a professional actor as well as an arts integration specialist. His perspective on education and theatre education is unique because he actually enjoys teaching elementary and middle school kids.
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September 15, 2019
I knew I wanted to talk to Dusty about his time in Scotland with the Fringe Festival. I was scheduled to attend the festival as well, but because of lack of follow-through from promised funding, we had to cancel our experience. Therefore, through the power of the pod, I was able to live vicariously through Dusty and ESD's experience.
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September 8, 2019
Lynn Murray is a former UIL State Director, amongst many honorable titles. He made a bit of time for me one day and I was honored to get to know just a little bit about a longtime Texas theatre legend.
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