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Jordan Werme

Host, Editor & Producer of Table to Stage
Interviews with creatives from all disciplines.


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Joey Marsocci on creature costumes, steampunk, and the pain of creation
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Joey Marsocci is a creator. He's created original pieces for Hendrick's Gin, Disney Imagineering, the Mark Twain House & Museum, and so many more. He was on the forefront of the steampunk movement, and has literally written the book on steampunk art. As the artist behind Grymm Studios, Joey creates and embodies all kinds of creatures. You can see them at Don't forget to rate and review the pod on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts! #steampunk #creature #cosplay #creativity #keepcreating   Music from "Lost Time" & "Comfortable Mystery 4" by Kevin MacLeod ( License: CC BY (
Carolyn Brodginski on the dulcimer, Americana, and music as therapy
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Maybe you can't picture what a dulcimer is just by hearing the word, but odds are that you'll recognize the sound when you hear Carolyn Brodginski play the instrument. It's something I've always considered rather rare, but as Carolyn points out it has been present in popular music for decades. And its distinctive sound is both joyful and soothing. Carolyn's band, Seat of Our Pants, features her dulcimer in their Americana sound, including on the band's latest release, "Song of Rabble and Roots", available now at You can also pick up Carolyn's solo recordings at   #dulcimer #music #americana #creativity #keepcreating
David Borawski on conceptual art, challenging the viewer, and finding beauty everywhere
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Hartford-based conceptual artist David Borawski limits his pallet intentionally - black, white, silver, red. And he uses the contrast to great effect, drawing the eye and challenging his viewers not only in the moment, but later while reflecting on what they've seen. You can see some of his work for yourself at or at @davborski on Instagram. #art #conceptual #hartford #artist #creativity #keepcreating
Scott Stephen Kegler on clowning, writing, and staged combat
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Scott Stephen Kegler is a playwright and a clown ... and does just about everything else that involves a stage or an audience. When I saw a production of his play, Champaign and Licorice, I knew I need to speak with him about his work. There is depth and authenticity in his writing, and it was a great please to be able to speak with him about it.  #theater #clowning #playwright #connecticut #stage #keepcreating
Corrin Zareck on gallery curation and arts in the community
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Corrin Zareck is an art educator, an artist, and the curator at the Gallery at the Mill in Unionville, Connecticut. She's been surrounded by art since early in her life, and remains surrounded by it - her own and the work of other artists from the area. The gallery is situated throughout a building that also houses various businesses and workshop spaces, so the pieces are in constant view - and open to the public whenever a drop-in is possible! Take a look at, and see Corrin's own work at #art #gallery #connecticut #keepcreating
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