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Living Room Theater visits To a Certain Degree, with Tisse Mallon and Jack Graham offering insight into their in-house experience. It’s a fun conversation that covers saying yes, songwriting, and glitter confetti. Enjoy!
This episode was recorded on June 12, 2017, on WPRK FM. Learn more about the show at toacertaindegree.com.
On this episode of To a Certain Degree, artist and art professor Rachel Simmons joins Nick for a talk that ranges from Cyndi Lauper to the language of birdwatching to a studio in the LSU stadium. It’s like a coat of many colors, except a radio show. And the patches are topics. Actually, it’s not like that at all. Enjoy!
This episode was recorded on June 5, 2017, on WPRK FM.
Legends are tenuous at best. They begin, exist and sometimes thrive based on the number of people who believe them. More importantly, believe in them. It’s that belief that makes the underground music artist something more than he is – or what he should have been all along. Rahsaan Roland Kirk. #blackexcellence #rahsaanrolandkirk #radioafrique #tomorrownight…
On this episode of To a Certain Degree, the Orlando Fringe is still running, and an out-of-town guest (two guests sort of) stops in to talk about his show. Dandy Darkly, along with his alter ego Neil Arthur James discuss the writing process, perform an excerpt, and are good for quite a few laughs to go with their insights.
Along with that, Dandy decides on which Bad Business Idea he wants to represent. Listen up!
This episode was recorded on May 22, 2017, on WPRK FM.
On this episode of To a Certain Degree, Ryan Rivas of Burrow Press joins Nick to talk about Orlando’s growing literary scene and the community that has sprung up around central Florida in support of authors. Come for the words and stay for the sounds!
This episode was recorded on May 15, 2017, on WPRK FM.
Every year the Orlando Fringe Festival comes and goes, and I think to myself, “You should write something this year.” After many years of not doing that, I’ve done that. Now I realize that I should have been writing this months ago because I can’t get it in for this year, but the important thing…
On this episode of To a Certain Degree, Victor Davila stops in to talk about art, teaching, Orlando’s flag, and much more. He helps design some Bad Business Ideas, and we spend a lot of time talking about movie soundtracks as well. Listen up!
This episode was recorded on May 8, 2017, on WPRK FM.
On this episode of To a Certain Degree, a number of guests are in the proverbial house to talk about the 26th annual Orlando Fringe Festival. There’s an interview with the festival’s producer, Michael Marinaccio. Leesa Castaneda talks about writing and performing her first one-woman show. And the husband and wife team of Ana and Sam Hammersley get all up in your puns.
“Tokyo Love Song” used with permission by the Arrogant Worms. TACD music by Erik Elmore.
This episode was recorded on May 1, 2017, on WPRK FM.
Dear Sir or Ma’am: I would like to apply for a job with your company. I’ve contacted your Human Resources Department and, unfortunately, the opportunity I’m looking for isn’t open right now. I hope you’ll keep this letter and attached resume on file. If the position does open, I’m sure you’ll find me more than…
Julian and Rachel discuss the Arts in Odd Places festival, how Orlando has evolved, and more!
On this episode of To a Certain Degree, John Hunter confesses to his candy obsession, throwing cow tongues at hockey games, and meeting Wayne Brady. He provides some scoop on SAK Comedy Lab, wades through several Bad Business Ideas, and much more!
This episode was recorded on April 24, 2017, on WPRK FM.
When faced with the option of spending an afternoon in a closed box, surrounded by stores that time has passed by, more consumers are moving online or to micro-retail to get their shopping fix. And this exodus is causing many central Florida malls to scramble to stay relevant. Sales, special promotions, and minor aesthetic updates…