Episode 175: Damian Jermaine Thompson
Aired May 25, 2021
Photo Credit to Sub/Urban Photography
Actor and creator Damian Jermaine Thompson shares his experiences with the dark side, community, virtual teaching, overcoming adversity, joining the Actors Equity Association Council in hopes of fighting for our community of artists.
Episode 174: Brittany Vicars
Aired April 23, 2021
Photo Credit to Thomas Brunot
Actor, writer and teacher Brittany Vicars shares her experiences over the past year with her diagnosis with a rare form of cancer, treatment, and processing and sharing this experience through her writing. We also discuss isolation and community, filmmaking, and artistic drive.
Episode 173: Sarah Kenney
Aired April 9, 2021
Sarah Kenny is a long time theater educator with a focus towards accessibility/disability inclusion, and is currently working on her Masters in Disability Studies at CUNY School of Professional Studies. She shares her experiences with the dark side, how her own disability has clarified her view on where she wants her work to focus, being an artist parent, the power of the arts in kids' lives, and growing inclusion in the arts.
Episode 172: Erin Cronican
Aired March 26, 2021
Photo Credit to Mendez Photography
Actor, director and Executive Artistic Director of The Seeing Place Theater shares her experiences with the dark side, continuing to run a theater company and produce work virtually during the pandemic, day jobs, the importance of sharing knowledge and skills with other artists, and finding healing and comfort in creating while living with cancer.