Born Yesterday, interview with SAL’s Executive Artistic Director Jaime Love

Melissa Claire/Billie Dawn Born Yesterday

Jaime Love was in studio to tell us all about their newest production, about to enter hell week, Born Yesterday set in the 1940s. About Born Yesterday: Written by Garson Kanin Directed by Carl Jordan “Junk tycoon Harry Brock gets more than he bargained for when he tries to buy some respectability and sophistication for his brash girlfriend Billie Dawn […]

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America’s Got Talent, interview with Hans, International Superstar!

America's Got Talent Hans

What was the highlight of my week? I got to talk to Hans, the International Superstar after his exit from America’s Got Talent. Making it all the way to the quarterfinals, he sparkled his way into America’s hearts! About Hans: “Boozier than Oktoberfest, more drive than a Volkswagen and with more sausage than a bratwurst convention, Hans is Germany’s proudest […]

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The Log Lady, interview with Twin Peaks actress Catherine E Coulson

The Log Lady

This is one of the more special interviews to me because not soon after, Catherine passed away. I was so excited to talk to her but was sick. Jason & guest Dwayne Dexter did a great job filling in. Here is actress Catherine E Coulson talking about her work with the Ashland Shakespeare Festival and the revamping of Twin Peaks. […]

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Illusions, interview with singer, Irina Maleeva

Irina Maleeva

Irina Maleeva was discovered in Italy by Federico Fellini when she was 15 years old.  She went on to perform in 3 of his films.  Now she embarks on a journey with a singing career and a one woman show. About Irina: Born in Bulgaria the daughter of a famous stage actress and an aristocratic Italian statesman, Irina Maleeva, who […]

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Better Nate Than Ever, interview with author Tim Federle

Better Nate Than Ever

Broadway books for kids?  You had me at hello.  We chatted with Tim Federle about his “Nate” series of books and his real life on Broadway.  We also touched on his adult beverage series beginning with Gone With the Gin. About Better Nate… Ages 9-14. A New York Times Notable Book of the Year, Better Nate Than Ever is about a small-town teen […]

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The Doubleclicks, interview with music duo Angela & Aubrey Webber

The Doubleclicks

After the fake geek girl hoopla following SDCC and the success of their song, Nothing to Prove, it seemed like a great time to have the Doubleclicks duo, Angela and Aubrey Webber chat with us on the show. About the Doubleclicks: “The Doubleclicks are a pair of sisters from Portland, Oregon who write songs that are all at once snarky, […]

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Hot Pink Feathers, interview with dancer Lily Diamond

Local Lily Diamond performs with a dance troupe in San Francisco called “Hot Pink Feathers.”  She came in to talk about their appearances, shows, and what it takes to join.  Their next big event was Carnival in San Francisco where they danced their way through the parade. About the Hot Pink Feathers: “Where Carnaval meets Cabaret : Hot Pink Feathers […]

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Sonoma Valley Shakespeare, interview with actors Aidan O’Reilly and Jocelyn Joy Murphy

Actors and founders, Aidan O’Reilly and Jocelyn Joy Murphy joined us in studio to talk about The Sonoma Valley Shakespeare Company.  We discussed their backgrounds, the company, what it means to be “actors in residence,” and the couples recent engagement!  For more information, visit their Facebook page.  You can also read this piece in the Sonoma Index Tribune. Here is […]

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