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The Inexplicable Dumb Show: Episodes

So this week is a recap week:  Playhouse Nashville, TN Rep, and Street Theatre Company.  There is also a SpamBeat!  Enjoy!! Got a thought about this IDS episode?  Let your voice be heard by calling 615-866-1282 (VM) or put it in an e-mail [podcast(at)inexplicabledumbshow(dot)com] DONATE to the Inexplicable ...
Happy Valentine’s Day!  Join us as we celebrate, the only way that IDS knows how, by performing theatre in the air!!  The Valentine’s Day episode of Lucille Ball’s My Favorite Husband.  Enjoy! The Cast:   Got a thought about this IDS episode?  Let your voice be heard by calling ...
This week I am joined in Skypeland by Mark Cabus, former IDS intern and actor/director, as we discuss his role of Albert Geller in the Alliance Theatre‘s production of The Geller Girls by Janece Shaffer.  Enjoy!   Get more views of this stunning production and a review written by Evans Donnell ...
As I mentioned in last week’s closing, I am directing Craig Wright’s The Unseen which is the year’s Internship Showcase at Tennessee Rep.  I am pretty stoked to work on this project with the wonderful interns and am grateful for this opportunity.  Also, there is a SpamBeat in this ...
This week I am joined in Skypeland by Wes Driver, Artistic Director of Blackbird Theater, and in this production he returns “actor” to his description.  We talk about BBT’s latest production of George Bernard Shaw’s Man and Superman.  Enjoy! Deep Fried Theatre:   Got a ...
This week I am joined in Skypeland by actors Laura Crockarell (Desdemona) and Brad Oxnam (Montano) as we discuss their roles in Nashville Shakespeare Festival‘s winter production of Othello.  Enjoy! Paying the Rent: Got a thought about this IDS episode?  Let your voice be heard by calling 615-866-1282 ...
This week I am joined in Skypeland by Becca McCoy, actor, as we discuss her new role of Sleeping Beauty in Disenchanted! the Musical which will be performed at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts in Tampa, FL.  Enjoy! Paying the Rent:   Ticket info here. Got a thought about this IDS episode?  ...
Happy New Year to all the IDSers!!!  May you be safe in your celebrations!! Got a thought about this IDS episode?  Let your voice be heard by calling 615-866-1282 (VM) or put it in an e-mail [podcast(at)inexplicabledumbshow(dot)com] DONATE to the Inexplicable Dumb Show here!  Thanks!! See you in 2014!
Season’s Greetings!!  Celebrate the season with the IDS’s version of O.Henry’s Gift of the Magi! The Cast: Music selections from the album Jingle Bells by Jingle Bells which is available through iTunes here. Got a thought about this IDS episode?  Let your voice be heard by calling ...
This week I am joined by Cecilia Lighthall, Production Manager of Tennessee Repertory Theatre, and one of the production interns, Jaclyn Shaull.  We talk their annual Holiday crowd pleaser, A Christmas Story. Tickets can be had here. Got a thought about this IDS episode?  Let your voice be heard by ...
I just wanted to spread the word that Mark Cabus will be performing his one man version of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol this week at the First Unitarian Universalist Church in Nashville on December 11th at 7pm.  More info from our friends at ArtsNash.com. Got a thought about this IDS episode?  ...
I am joined in Skypeland by Becca McCoy (actor, singer, and writer) as we discuss her Holiday offering, A Not So Silent Night, co-written by James Weaver.  It will be performed at The Morean Arts Center in St. Petersburg, FL. According to Becca’s website: This one-hour show combines holiday classics, ...
Happy Thanksgiving!  This year the IDS celebrates with this episode of Life of Riley: Thanksgiving with the Gillises. The Cast:   Got a thought about this IDS episode?  Let your voice be heard by calling 615-866-1282 (VM) or put it in an e-mail [podcast(at)inexplicabledumbshow(dot)com] DONATE ...
This week I’m joined in Skypeland by Jason Michaels, Magician and Illusionist, as we discuss the state of career goals and planning for future success!  Enjoy! Paying the Rent:   Got a thought about this IDS episode?  Let your voice be heard by calling 615-866-1282 (VM) or put it in an e-mail ...
This week I am joined by Cris Cunningham on location at Belmont University.  We chatted after we worked with Mark Cabus in Will Akers film class.  It was blast to work with these folks.  Belmont is a growing and building campus as you can tell by some of the background sound on this particular episode.  ...
Happy Labor Day, IDSers! Buffalo Puppies Recipe can be found here. Mary Ellen Brewington’s beer advice can be found here. Good work sign kid’s activities can be found here. Tix for The Children’s Hour at Street Theatre can be found here or by calling, 615-554-7414! Got a thought about ...
This week I am joined in studio 1103 by Nate Eppler, playwright in residence, and Cecilia Lighthall, Production Manager, of TN Repertory Theatre as we discuss their production of Nate’s play, Larries.  Enjoy! Deep Fried Theatre:   Tickets can be found by calling 615-782-4040, or toll-free ...
This is the final installment of IDS’s first Summer Rep.  We close with The Bickersons: John’s Operation. According to Generic Radio Workshop: John and Blanche were the “Battling Bickersons” — a comedy with a one-joke premise, but an infinite number of clever variations. ...
This week I am joined via Skype by Mark Cabus, Director of Education, for Theatrical Outfit.  We discuss some of their education programs. Deep Fried Theatre: Theatrical Outfit OS 13 Ticket info for the shows here. Got a thought about this IDS episode?  Let your voice be heard by calling 615-866-1282 ...
This week I am joined via Skype by Kristoffer Diaz, playwright, as we discuss his free scenes project on his Tumblr…The Heavy Lifting. Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Unfortunates. The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Diety at Capitol Stage. Got a thought about this IDS episode?  Let your voice be ...
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