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Episode 69 - Adrienne Dawes

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Release Date: 12/05/2016

Episode 72 - Roy Janik show art Episode 72 - Roy Janik

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Scott Hearne interviews Roy Janik. They talk about narrative improv, Roy's journey as an improviser, and they play Two Truths and a Lie and a guessing game! Roy Janik is the Artistic Director (and a co-owner) of The Hideout Theatre. As such, he plans and schedules all of the Hideout’s shows, troupes, showcases, and special events. He has performed in many of The Hideout’s mainstage productions, and is the creator and director of the critically-acclaimed show Austin Secrets. As one of the Hideout’s core teachers, Roy teaches improv levels one through six. His favorite class to teach is...

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Episode 71 - Vanessa Gonzalez show art Episode 71 - Vanessa Gonzalez

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Scott Hearne interviews Vanessa Gonzalez. Vanessa Gonzalez is a teacher and regular performer at The New Movement. She toured the country with her first solo show I Don't Know Words. She has been featured at comedy festivals such as Austin Sketch Fest, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Hell Yes Fest, Chicago Sketch Fest, Moontower Comedy Fest, and was in the headlining sketch slot at the Women in Comedy Festival '14. In January 2015, I Don't Know Words was showcased at San Francisco Sketch Fest and was named a "festival favorite" by co-founder David Owen. Vanessa is currently touring with her second solo show...

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Episode 70 - Server Life w/Alex Ayala & Chris Karr show art Episode 70 - Server Life w/Alex Ayala & Chris Karr

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Scott interviews Alex Ayala and Chris Karr from the independent, original series: "Server Life". We talk about NYC, improv, and a *special* Inside the Actor's Studio segment at the end of the show. 

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Episode 69 - Adrienne Dawes show art Episode 69 - Adrienne Dawes

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Adrienne Dawes is an award winning writer/director from Austin, TX. Her plays include Denim Doves, Am I White, You Are Pretty, Jesus Loves Good Christians, and Heritage, Her-i-tage, and Hair-i-tage. She is also known as director of the B. Iden Payne Award winning shows: Doper Than Dope and Love Me Tinder.  Scott and Adrienne talk about how to be a good director, Adrienne's desire to write rather than perform, white blindness, and diversity in comedy. They play two games: "Two Truths and a Lie" and a guessing game about the 90s! Fun!  

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Episode 68 - Jorak and Jorak Do Movie show art Episode 68 - Jorak and Jorak Do Movie

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Scott Hearne interviews Jorak and Jorak Do Movie From their press blurb: "Jorak and Jorak are two Eastern European brothers who have a movie theater. The only problem seems to be that never actually have an actual movie to show the audience. Their solution? They simply attempt to do the movie themselves and, of course, hilarity ensues. Aside from taking your money and not showing you a film, they may also attempt to sell you food and whatever they happen to have in the truck they "found" behind the theater."

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Episode 67 - Jeff Whitaker show art Episode 67 - Jeff Whitaker

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Scott Hearne interviews Jeff Whitaker. Jeff is a writer/producer/improviser based out of The New Movement Theater (TNM) in Austin, TX. He is creator of "Bad Example" (Link), a weekly sketch show that writes a whole, new show every week! See Bad Example every Saturday night, 9 PM at TNM. He is a member of the improv team Good Fight (Link). See Jeff perform in Good Fight every Wednesday at 9:30 PM at TNM. 

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Episode 66 - Wanderlust: Improvised Tales of Travel, Love, and Longing show art Episode 66 - Wanderlust: Improvised Tales of Travel, Love, and Longing

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Scott Hearne interviews Ruby Willman, Aaron Saenz, and Manuel Duran from The Hideout mainstage show, "Wanderlust: Improvised Tales of Travel, Love, and Longing". Every week, Wanderlust features two different improvisers in the role of leads, mixing gender, age, and relationships - ensuring a new experience in every performance. Catch "Wanderlust" at The Hideout Theatre Saturdays at 8 PM in January and February 2015.

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Episode 65 - Love Me Tinder: A Musical Sketch Revue show art Episode 65 - Love Me Tinder: A Musical Sketch Revue

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Scott Hearne interviews Adrienne Dawes, Minerva Villa, and David Nguyen from “Love Me Tinder: A Musical Sketch Revue”. See the show, Thursday, February 5th, 8:00 PM at Hyde Park Theater in Austin, TX. ...

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Scott Hearne interviews Ed Hill during The Out of Bounds Comedy Festival 2014. ...

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Episode 63 - Jamie Campbell show art Episode 63 - Jamie Campbell

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Scott Hearne interviews Jamie Campbell. Jamie Campbell was named Chicago's "Best Stand-Up" in 2013 by The Chicago Reader. He has performed at the TBS Just For Laughs Festival, The New Orleans Comedy Festival, The Chicago Improv Festival, and more.  ...

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Adrienne Dawes is an award winning writer/director from Austin, TX. Her plays include Denim Doves, Am I WhiteYou Are PrettyJesus Loves Good Christiansand Heritage, Her-i-tage, and Hair-i-tageShe is also known as director of the B. Iden Payne Award winning shows: Doper Than Dope and Love Me Tinder. 

Scott and Adrienne talk about how to be a good director, Adrienne's desire to write rather than perform, white blindness, and diversity in comedy. They play two games: "Two Truths and a Lie" and a guessing game about the 90s! Fun!