The Lance and Ray Show

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"Now I have that Taylor Swift song '22' in my head." Lance and Ray talk with Zen Anton and Oscar Hallas, who make up the musical duo girlfriend. You can check out their music at soundcloud.com/girlfriend-music. And you can check them out IN PER
Lance and Ray talk with Pete Capella, actor/improviser/writer and all-around great human. Back in the day, Lance and Pete co-created an improv show called The NYC, which was a fully-improvised teen drama (a la The OC). If you're in LA, you can
Lance and Ray talk with Mariel Rubin, an assistant editor who's worked on Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Drunk History. She's also Lance's sister! They talk about the responsibilities of an assistant editor, what it's like to watch hours of footage of
Lance and Ray talk with sketch comedy/improv musician Mark Erenstoft, who is a master of underscoring improv comedy. Mark plays a variety of shows at the PIT (People's Improv Theater) as well as the ongoing show Beerprov, which you can catch in
Lance and Ray talk with the legendary Annie Golden aka Norma Romano on Orange is the New Black. Annie's amazing career, which began when she was the lead singer of the band The Shirts, includes the film Hair, the TV show Cheers, and originating
“Hold clear in your mind the image of your highest self…and never lose sight of that.” Lance and Ray talk with the wise and delightful Shakina Nayfack, director, performer, writer, producer, and artistic director of the Musical Theatre Factory
“November 13th, 1991. With musical guest Tin Machine.” Lance and Ray talk with the delightful Arthur Meyer, who's a writer for The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. He's also a co-author (with Kelly Hudson and Dan Klein) of FUDS, a hilarious book
“So, when does the roller coaster of being a rock and roll author start?” In honor of their 50th episode, Lance and Ray ditch their usual format in favor of eighteen minutes of Ray asking Lance hard-hitting questions about his debut YA novel De
“I’m watching TV, I’m like, ‘Oh! That’s Ray!'” Lance and Ray talk with Temmy Maldonado, one of Ray's best friends since high school. Temmy and his buddy Jo have their own podcast, called Break Time Podcast, which focuses on nerd news. The guys
“You can just walk beside me.” Lance and Ray talk with Ryan Gilliam, the artistic director of Downtown Art--a teen theater in the East Village--and one of Ray's mentors. Her production of To Kill a Mockingbird, starring seven teen actresses, op
“2015 Me-Time” Lance and Ray talk with the effortlessly charming Charla Lauriston, stand-up comedian and writer for the upcoming Netflix show (executive produced by Tina Fey) The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, which premieres March 6th. She's also
“Oh, my god, this Monopoly was five dollars.” Lance and Ray start off 2015 by talking with documentary filmmaker David Novack, whose work includes Burning the Future: Coal in America and an upcoming doc about Russian writer Isaac Babel. David a
Lance and Ray get real with Xmas legends Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, the Grinch, Jesus Christ, Christmas Suzy, and more. Best to listen to this one while cuddled up close with your loved ones. And be sure to stay tuned after the interviews
“That sounded wiser than it was.” In this Very Special Episode, Lance and Ray talk with EACH OTHER, getting real about their own lives and careers. They talk about the way Ray's life happens in 2-3 year markings, Lance's leap from acting to wri
“Even Bette Midler can, like, doubt herself.” Lance and Ray talk with the hilarious and lovely Liz Wisan, an actor/singer/improviser who they met at Williamstown Theater Festival. You can catch Liz in People Improvising on November 30th at The
“You don’t need anybody’s permission to go create what you want to create.” Lance and Ray talk with Charlie Todd, the founder of Improv Everywhere, a joyful prank collective responsible for dozens of amazing public pranks, including The No-Pant
“You’re gonna get slapped in the face by your heroes.” Lance and Ray interview the sweet and talented Patrick O'Neill, an actor Ray has known for over ten years. Patrick has been on Louie and Boardwalk Empire and can currently be seen on an E-s
“Everything’s so short, so you might as well enjoy yourself.” Lance and Ray talk with the fantastic Daniel Everidge, a Drama Desk-nominated actor/singer who's been seen on Broadway in Grease and Off-Broadway in Falling. Daniel's currently in F
“I would just wanna go to Canada just so that I can not be worried about my body anymore.” Lance and Ray talk with the lovely Tara Koett (formerly Sampson), a high school drama teacher and improviser and the FIRST CANADIAN TO EVER APPEAR ON THI
“People don’t understand we don’t all look like Sofia Vergara.” Lance and Ray talk with charming actress/comedian/writer Suni Reyes. She performs stand-up and improv all over the city, and her one-woman show Hardware Dreams was performed at the
 “And I knew, like, as an eight-year-old, that I was going to remember this forever.” Lance and Ray talk with the uber-talented and infinitely delightful Molly Hager, an actor and singer most recently seen Off-Broadway in Heathers: The Musical,
“Smile more.” Lance and Ray talk with the charming and knowledgeable Jorge Garcia, a science teacher at an all-girls' middle school in the East Village and one of Ray's best friends since elementary school. They talk about the number of hours J
“Gutu. Gurrustunda. Poonta, fulaboozi.” To celebrate their 35th episode, Lance and Ray talk with and about Ray's cat, Dora. She is a beautiful cat who has been with Ray and his family for ten years. They talk about how Dora got her name, Ray's
“Oh baby, I smell a sequel!” Lance and Ray talk with the funny and lovely Dawn Harris, Ariella Knight, and Christine Piñeiro, performers from Navy Blue Seals, Ray's house improv team at the People's Improv Theater (PIT). You can catch their fre
“Then throughout the season I went back and hunted the guy down who gave me the bad drugs…and made him take them.” Lance and Ray talk with uber-charming actor/musician/writer Eric William Morris, whose TV credits include arcs on Blue Bloods and
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