Two amazing guests. Two unique voices. Two forces for change. Two reasons you will listen and then be inspired.
First up, award-winning journalist Sarah Toce of the The Seattle Lesbian delivers a master-class in writing, interviewing and self-starting. And, she takes the time to frolic with Ken through a snowy street in New York City.
What can you achieve in 20 minutes? Well, if you’re writer/director/producer Caryn Hayes, the answer is: quite a bit! Caryn stops by to talk all about her new short film Clean Hands which you should go watch, y’know, now! And she offers up some writing tips, provides some advice on storytelling and confirms that she is not even remotely underhanded.
Balls, belly-laughs, burlesque and probably a ton more b-words we can’t even think of on this week’s most entertaining episode.
First up, comedian Erin Foley returns to bring the laughs as we gab about everything from the rocking glory of Heart, the distinct joys of audience interaction and the warm embrace of Sallie Mae. AND, our first ever So Gay Sports Segment! What?!?
Yes, there are a ton of issues of inequality out there, but when it comes to violence against our LGBTQ and HIV-affected brothers and sisters, we must ALL stand up and do something now because lives are *actually* being lost.
You want to talk theater, folks? Well, talk theater we most certainly do this week as we’re joined by Adam Feldman, theater and cabaret reviewer for Time Out New York. Which Tony Awards performances should you go check out online right this very second?
Two incredible guests 30 and under proving yet again that age should not be a factor when you want to create significant change in this world!
First up, Tyler Curry, the senior editor and head writer of HIV Equal Online, fights through his jet lag to share his thoughts on the state of HIV/AIDS today, to outline how to garner youth involvement and to highlight insane workout routines that Ken will never ever try.
Ken has returned from AIDS LifeCycle 2014 and he’s looking to share some of that experience with you all with two just-plain-incredible participants.
First up, the beautiful, talented and goddess-like Traci Dinwiddie returns after her week in the bike saddle to talk about love bubbles, emotional flat tires, t-bugs and how she and her mustached team raised over $300,000(!).
We’re first joined by Erik Piepenburg, senior theater editor at The New York Times, for a wide-ranging chat covering his faithful love for Cleveland, his undying passion for theater and maybe even some small adjustments you can make to your script to keep him from walking out of your play during intermission.