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.
Crimes in real life: Bad. Crimes in books: Good! That is, if you like that sort of thing. If you do, then this is a good episode for you. Burrow Press publisher Ryan Rivas returns to the studio to discuss some of his favorite literary wrongdoings. Not like grammar mistakes or anything.
Chances are, you’ve seen Delila Smalley at markets around Orlando. She makes remarkable living jewelry, great pottery, and more under the Urban Apothecary brand. We touch on her experiences in teaching, creativity across multiple media, and much more. This episode was recorded on December 24, 2018, on WPRK FM.
Ashleigh Ann Gardner returns to the WPRK studios to discuss her latest show, A Doll's House, and our dream dystopian futures.
Aquanza Cadogan has spoken at many events in the CFL* area, including Nerd Nite, Orlando Story Club, and PechaKucha. Now, he takes on his greatest challenge to date, an interview on To a Certain Degree. Just kidding, he killed it, amazing guy. Listen up! This episode was recorded on February 26, 2018, on WPRK FM. CFL = Central Florida, not Canadian Football League. Although, that may be his next move.
Dive into the creative process in general and very specifically with Ashleigh Ann Gardner and Monica Mulder. They were in the process of staging Ghost & Funeral Party, but this interview is relatively poltergeist free. This episode was recorded on February 12, 2018, on WPRK FM.