Kevin Froleiks returns to the podcast to discuss his newest project: a musical based on Lewis and Clark. After checking in to see how each is weathering the aftermath of the 2016 US Presidential Election, Kevin and Will discuss the process of creating a musical from idea to first public performance. Kevin discusses his first foray into serious original song writing in a genre he had minimal prior experience with, casting and rehearsing a full stage production in New York City on minimal budget, and the feeling of freedom that comes from taking control over your own creativity, and the course of your career.
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Comedian Mike Lemme is dedicated to figuring out his next hour of comedy. So dedicated that he will take on incredible financial risks. He talks with Will about finding the jokes in the dark times of his life, growing up in Massachusetts, and how being able to talk about what he's going through kept him from the vices which consumed others in his hometown.
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What starts as a conversation about performing on cruise ships soon turns into an amazing and revelatory conversation with comedian Maribeth Mooney. She tells Will about growing up Irish Catholic in the Bronx before moving to Pennsylvania. Enduring Bullying from an early age, how comedy became the suit of armor that helped her get through High School, becoming a minister and how improving her sleep habits helped her step back from the brink. Plus Will reflects on the 2016 presidential election.
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