Banks Helfrich returns to the WPRK studio, and we recycle very few of the jokes from his first appearance. In fact, it's 100% all new. This episode of Odd Numbers had the theme of connections, which not only ties into his show, Black Cow Jumps, we also realized that we have a connection dating back 25+ years. Thanks Fringe Festival!
Do words sometimes fail? Not if Nick Georgoudiou is interviewing Luke Balagia. Which is exactly what is happening on this episode. Luke came on the show to discuss his music, comedy stylings, and his first play, How to Eat a Bear, which premieres at the 2019 Orlando Fringe.
A six-month later reflection on giving my first PechaKucha in Orlando.
Caiti Patton is a local singer and songwriter, and we get to the heart of her creative approach on this episode of To a Certain Degree. The visual element of her music is something she takes great pride in as well, so make sure to check out her music videos for an added element of bedazzlement.
New for the 28th annual Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, Fringe Feels! When was the last time you saw a typewriter? If you're attending the 28th annual Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, from May 14-27, 2019, you're going to see one or more at the Fringe Feels table.
It wasn't until recently that Ryan Semple started pursuing art as a full-time career. You wouldn't know it from the quality of his paintings, murals, and illustrations. We discuss his journey from hobby to side hustle to calling himself an artist (something he is working on).