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Episode 32 – Erik Tait

Comedian, juggler, magician Erik Tait met Craig and Robert at the Columbus Podcast Festival, and agreed to stop by for some scotch and to talk about his new show coming up.  We get the background on some classic magicians, and make some bad jokes.

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Runtime: 42:58

Notes from the Show:

Episode 15 – Exit Left Productions

Robert and Craig hit the road, and catch a show by Exit Left Productions performed at Madlab.  While there, we talk with Megan Lehr and Patrick McGregor II about their company’s inaugural show, Hamlet. 

This version was adapted by Pat, and performed “in the round”.  We talk about the inspiration for this adaptation, how to get ahead in acting, and where the company, and Columbus in general is heading.

Their show will run this weekend (27th through the 29th), and is at the Madlab theater.  Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for students and seniors.  Then there’s a “student rush” where you can get in for $5 bucks with a valid student ID 10 minutes till showtime. It’s a good show, you should check it out.

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Runtime: 30:45

Show Notes

Episode 7 – Performing arts commentator Richard Sanford

madmen_iconRichard Sanford is a wealth of knowledge about performing arts in Columbus. He writes reviews of theatre, Jazz, and rock for a number of outlets here in town.  He truly is a force of nature when it comes to the local arts scene.  Rob and Craig sat down with him to discuss his background, where he developed his taste, and why Columbus is such a great place for arts.  We could have talked with him forever.  Look below for a substantial list of show notes from this episode.

Runtime: 48:32


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