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My apologies that the sound is a tad quiet on the interview. This is one of those interviews that assures educators that there are "friends" in high places that support the arts even when that does not appear to be the case. Dr. Charles Dupre is the superintendent of Fort Bend ISD (for another month) and is a great friend and mentor, but most importantly, he is a massive supporter of the arts and theatre. His story is uniqu...
Congratulations to everyone that competed at UIL One-Act Play State this past week!!! This week, enjoy Jackie Kana! A coaches kid.?
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This is the best episode ever. I had the pleasure of talking to directors from twelve different schools that have qualified for STATE One-Act Play! It was so much fun and I hope you enjoy.
Below is the list of the directors, their schools, and the classification they will be competing under. They have all done amazing work! This list is in alphabetical order and not in order of the interviews.
Robert Archer - Kempner HS - 5A
Just in time for the Summerfest announcement! Enjoy this week's chat and make sure to leave some feedback and follow me on the socials.
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This was an emotional and very honest interview with Larry. I loved every second of it!!! Please make sure to leave a review and reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook, if you so choose.
This is the annual Wrestlemania episode that Jay Thomas and myself record each year for the 5s of fans that listen. Let us know if you are a closeted wrestling fan or even if you are an out of the closet wrestling fan. We are here for you (and want more friends).
I had a lot of fun getting to hear the stories that Rachel told. She is full of so many amazing memories and some wonderful knowledge. Please enjoy.
Sidebar: the audio sucks during part of this episode because Xfinity sucks.
I do not have a guest this week but I must eat a little crow. Leave me a good review and follow me on all of the social media platforms, including Myspace.
Josh and I are two peas in a pod because we are super athletes that love theatre. Well, he's an athlete and I like watching sports.
It is not often that I have middle school theatre teachers on the pod but when I do, I make sure they are the BEST middle school theatre teachers in the world! Enjoy listening to the smartest educator I know, Megan Wallace.
I hope everyone in Texas is safe and healthy. This week, Tress Kurzym is back with a conversation about Sports vs. Theatre, communicating with colleagues, and intimacy training for your students.
My apologies for the long intro but the anticipation is worth it! Waldron Archer is a gift sent from the gods. Also, my apologies for so many "uhs" and "uhms." I never took speech and debate.
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A delightful interview with Cathy Huvar, one of the best!
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It was a pleasure to chat with the man at the University of Houston, Gary Cooper! Enjoy this chat about theatre and sports.
Quite a few people have said that I have to interview Mr. Castleberry, so I listened (to Billy Dragoo when he told me). Enjoy this week's chat with another legend in Texas theatre education.
Finally, episode 100!!! Finally, Billy Dragoo!!! This was a great chat with a man that has a heart the size of Texas. I say this a lot, but this is true, I could have easily made this a 3 or 4 hour chat.
Thank you to everyone who has supported this podcast through 100 episodes. Please let me know how I can make it better or who you would want to hear. I am a theatre guy, I can take the feedback and suggestions.
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This is another one of those unique episodes of Minor Wisdom. Enjoy listening to the perspective of some "theatre widows" or spouses of theatre educators.
My apologies for not having an episode last week. Absence makes the heart grow fonder. Happy New Year and enjoy this cheerful and fun conversation I had with Gena Lea Smith.
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