MikeyPod 286 | Comedian Amber Rollo

Amber Rollo

This week’s guest is comedian Amber Rollo who talks with me about the events leading up to her confronting Harvey Weinsten at Actor’s Hour last October. I loved chatting with her, too, about her comedy, her music, her recovery and so much more. Another great guest this week I know you’ll love!

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MikeyPod 285 | Comedian Tanael Joachim

I had the pleasure of chatting with comedian Tanael Joachim at the exact perfect moment in time. My annual holiday self pity party was in full swing and had extended itself into creative despair. TJ’s humor and perspective was just the re-boot I needed to remember that, holy shit, everything is okay. We talked about his path to comedy, the balance between being genuine as an artist and taking care of your audience, and why it’s important to love what we do. A damn fine convo.

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MikeyPod 284 | Writer/Performer Kim Katzberg

Award winning queer writer/performer Kim Katzberg and I went deep in this conversation! We talk about her latest solo show, Dad in a Box, which follows her struggle to gain access to her emotional core, while she attempts to process the just-announced impending death of her abusive father. Kim and I talked over-sharing, healing grief through making theater, and holy smokes, so much more!

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MikeyPod 283 | Director T Cooper

I’m so excited to welcome T Cooper back to the podcast this week to discuss his award winning documentary film, Man Made, which traces the lives of four transgender men as they prepare to step on the stage at the only trans bodybuilding competition in the world. T and I discuss his motivation toward making the film and the path that led him from author to director, and his experience making his first feature length film.

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MikeyPod 282 | Composer Nathalie Joachim

Nathalie Joachim

This is an exciting time for composer, performer, and flutist Nathalie Joachim! She is touring and promoting her magnificent new album Fanm d’Ayiti, which just received a Grammy nomination for best world music album. I was absolutely thrilled to talk with her on the podcast about her work, her process, and how she has learned to let go and follow the lead of the work itself while creating.

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