In our season 2 finale, we talk to three of the foremost experts and pros at producing. We talk curation, pitches, honesty, listening, and all things that go into a story, a show, and well, people.
Peter Michael Marino just returned from a tr
This episode we get inside this thing we call storytelling and mess around with its form. Anita Flores and Brad Lawrence talk to us about how they like playing around and challenge this thing called “storytelling.” We talk about long form, an
This episode we talked to four members of the DPC (Dead Parent Club) at a live panel. Susan, Marc, Sharon, and Robert all share pieces of their lives that are the most vulnerable and hardest to share. We talk about the origins of the DPC stor
This week, Julia and Asher go behind the bar. Or rather, talk to people who do. Amy and Sean are seasoned bartenders in NYC, which means they hear all kinds of stories, give out all kinds of advice, and meet all kinds of weird people. We tal
In a surprise mini episode, Julia asks Asher about the storytelling festival he’s producing. Speak Up, Rise Up kicks off on Monday, August 14th and will showcase a week of stories from communities and people we don’t get to hear from. Featuri
A cartoonist, a journalist, and a bi-sexual filmmaker walk into a bar. Or wait, a recording studio. Wait, one of them is also a rabbi. No…nevermind. This week we got to talk all about storytelling in different mediums. From online videos t
Have you ever told a story about someone and wondered, “I wonder what they thought about that?” Have you ever told a story about a significant other with them in the room? Have they ever corrected you? Julia and Asher got to talk to Matt and
This week Julia and Asher sit with two of their favorite teachers, coaches, and friends. Cyndi Freeman and Adam Wade both teach, coach, and all around help guide people through their storytelling journey. We chat about what teaching a class i
Are you in therapy? If not, we’ll convince you to by the end of this episode. Julia and Asher sat down in a panel discussion with Julie Threlkeld, Sara Shelton, and Lori Baird to talk about the venn diagram between therapy and storytelling.
Have you ever thought to yourself: “hey, I could write a book about myself!” Well…let’s re-examine that. We sat down with Ophira Eisenberg, David Crabb, and Jamie Brickhouse to talk about their memoirs, their stories, their writing practices,
Season 2 is here! Notably, Julia and Asher are back with a new co-host, new shoes, and an excited attitude for all our amazing season 2 interviews.
Season 2 is coming at ya - we’re getting real deep into stories, deeper than you could have ev
In our Season 1 live show we had Dawn Fraser, Sandi Marx, Mark Pagan, Nisse Greenberg, and Kevin Allison return for a panel discussion. With surprise guests Brad Lawrence and Colin Wilhm. We talked about where storytelling is going, who our
Hi friends! Julia and Asher caught up to remind you about our upcoming LIVE SHOW on June 16th!
Shout outs in this episode to: The Lower East Side Film Festival, Susan Kent, David Crabb, Naked and Afraid, Jaime Brickhouse, and many others.
In our season 1 finale we got to talk to Dawn Fraser! We learned about how being a coach makes you a better person, why cutting hair is such a perfect pair with storytelling, and why it’s important to always go funky first. Thanks Dawn!
Let’s talk about male vulnerability, manhood, hair, poop, telling stories about people in front of them, and how storytelling can help you deal with something you feel shame over. Let’s talk about all these things with our guest, Mark Pagan!
Dana Rossi (Soundtrack Series) sat down with us this week to talk about the impact of music on our memories, how to deal with ideas that stop you in your tracks, and stories about cocaine fueled nights that resulted in the creation of the best
This week we sat down with the ever-delightful Nisse Greenberg. We discuss the openness and raw emotions that storytelling can and should bring out in us, Nisse’s own personal neuroses, and how a sketch about exploding diarrhea represented his
On this week’s show we sat with 7 time Moth Slam winner Sandi Marx to talk about telling stories over and over again, the difference between talking “to” and “with” an audience, and staying awake past 11pm.
Sandi Marx, a seven time Moth storyt
Kevin Allison, host and creator of Risk! joins Asher and Julia as our first guest. They talk about the origins of Risk!, what it’s like telling uncomfortable stories in front of people, and getting fingers stuck in holes.
Kevin Allison is the