PODCASTDec 30th, 2009 by Mark Metcalf
Can anyone guess why David calls himself Mark's "TMJ GUY?" No, seriously — can you? We're not really sure either, but the correct answer will make you a winner.
PODCASTDec 23rd, 2009 by Mark Metcalf
The 29-year veteran actor is preparing for uncertainty as a new artistic director ascends at The Rep. And his take on starting a fight club.
PODCASTDec 15th, 2009 by Mark Metcalf
What could be more gratifying than writing, directing and performing in a play about Martha Stewart in a submarine in 24 hours?
PODCASTDec 9th, 2009 by Amy Elliott
Molly Rhode was a member of the Theater Academy when she first appeared in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. Now, she's at it again. Also, listen for the awesome children's chorus.
PODCASTDec 1st, 2009 by Amy Elliott
Our series on actors continues with Laurie Birmingham, who tells a seldom-heard tale about the profession — burning out, losing your passion and plotting an uncertain course for the future.
Nov 26th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
As the stage version of A Christmas Carol returns to the Pabst Theater, the accomplished actor who plays the lead talks turkey. (Podcast included.)
Nov 25th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
As Sister's Christmas Catechism: Mystery of the Magi's Gold unfolds, the actress chats with TCD about the role (Podcast included).
PODCASTNov 24th, 2009 by Amy Elliott
What if a theater were like a bar — a place where you could show up, meet your community and see what's going on? Isn't telling a joke in a bar a kind of theater as ancient as cave paintings and firepit storytelling?
PODCASTNov 17th, 2009 by Amy Elliott
Todd talks about his Minnesota childhood, the exciting life of the journeyman performer and how he finally settled in Milwaukee as an actor, director, teacher and stage combat choreographer.
UPDATENov 11th, 2009 by Lucky Tomaszek
It was the neo-soul singer's first trip to Milwaukee, but she swears she'll be back.
PODCASTNov 11th, 2009 by Amy Elliott
While much has been made of the decline and fall of Theatre X, John Kishline and Deborah Clifton believe that a new breed of regional fringe and DIY theater groups are carrying the torch.
PODCASTOct 27th, 2009 by Amy Elliott
Actor, playwright and sports commentator David "Copperfield" Begel joins Mark to discuss Wisconsin's own prodigal son through the lens of the Greek Olympian tradition and more.