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IDS 392 Cecilia Lighthall Ragtime

Posted in Episodes on July 7th, 2014

This week I am joined via Skype by Cecilia Lighthall, actor…that’s right…I wrote actor, as we discuss her role in Robertson County Players’ production of Ragtime.  That’s right, Cecilia leaves her Stage Management hat at home and strides once more on stage.  Enjoy!

Paying the Rent:

  • Ticket info via TicketsNashville available here.

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IDS 391 IDS Summer Rep 2014 Lights Out: The Meteor Man

Posted in Episodes, Plays on the IntraWebs on June 30th, 2014

This is the second installment of IDS’s Summer Rep 2014 which is entitled, Lights Out: The Meteor Man.  Special thanks to my son for the use of some of his toys.  Also, I am pleased to introduce a new voice to the IDS family, my wife…Tara Mauldin.  Enjoy!

The cast is as follows:

John Mauldin as Professor Russell Adams.

John Mauldin as Professor Russell Adams.

Brad Oxnam as Announcer, Helga, and The Meteor Man.

and introducing…

Tara Mauldin as Diane.

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IDS 390 Becca McCoy

Posted in Episodes on June 23rd, 2014

This week I’m joined via Skype by actor, Becca McCoy, as we discuss Menopause the Musical and what she has on the fire for the rest of the summer.  Enjoy!

Paying the Rent:

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  • Info on Menopause the Musical at Merry Go Round Playhouse can be found here.
  • Info on Miracle on South Division Street at A Simple Theatre can be found here.
  • Info on The Church Basement Ladies in The Last (Potluck) Supper at Merry Go Round Playhouse can be found here.

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]

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IDS 389 Western Playhouse The Music Man

Posted in Episodes on June 16th, 2014

This week is a little teaser for Western Playhouse’s production of The Music Man.  Tee Quillin leaves us a voicemail!  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]

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IDS 388 IDS 2014 World Cup Preview with Eric Pasto-Crosby

Posted in Episodes on June 9th, 2014

This week we go a little far afield and right onto the pitch.  This is the IDS World Cup Preview show with a fellow actor that is as soccer (football) crazy as I am.  This week’s guest prognosticator is affectionately known to all IDSers as Narcoleptic Fits of Rage but more commonly known as Eric D. Pasto-Crosby.  Enjoy!

Eric's signed WC bracket

Eric’s signed WC bracket

IDS's WC Bracket signed by John

IDS’s WC Bracket signed by John

  • Buy the World Cup Soundtrack here.

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IDS 387 Jason Michaels The CardShark The Show

Posted in Episodes on June 2nd, 2014

This week I’m joined via Skype by Jason Michaels, Magician and Illusionist, as we discuss his upcoming program, The CardShark the Show at The Standard at The Smith House.

The CardShark featuring Jason Michaels

Exclusively at… The Standard at the Smith House

SHOW DATE AND TIME: Friday, June 6th, 2014 at 7:00 pm (dinner) with an 8:30 curtain (show).

PRICE: Tickets for The CardShark include a 3 course dinner.  $65 + tax and tip.

FOR RESERVATIONS: Contact Lauren Wulf at 734-646-3328 or lauren@smithhousenashville.com.

WHERE: The Standard at the Smith House

167 Rosa L. Parks Blvd. (8th Ave. North)

Nashville (downtown), TN 37203

The Standard is within walking distance from The Music City Center, downtown Nashville, and the Gulch.

Group buyouts are available.  For more information about private bookings and group buyouts, please email The CardShark office at reservations@cardsharktheshow.com

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IDS 386 IDS Summer Rep 2014 Escape: The Time Machine

Posted in Episodes, Plays on the IntraWebs on May 26th, 2014

Happy Memorial Day!  It’s that time of year again!  The second summer of IDS’s Summer Repertory Theatre on the Intrawebs!!  The IDS starts this summer’s venture with an episode of  Escape: The Time Machine.  Enjoy!

From Generic Radio Workshop:

“We Promise You…Escape!” makes a suitable counterpoint to those tales “Well-Calculated to Keep You in…Suspense!” — an anthology of high adventure to contrast with Suspense’s low cunning. Some stories could adapt to either program (and several were) , but Escape emphasized the thrills to Suspense’s chills. Three Skeleton Key may be Escape’s best-remembered episode, and creating the sound of hundreds of rats is still a challenge for any audio effects artist today.

Paul Frees and William Conrad were two of the brilliant late-era radio talents who added a dose of testosterone to the exiting adventures for listeners who “tired of the everyday grind.”

This IDS Episode Features…

Brad Oxnam as Filby and Wena

John Mauldin as Dudley.

John Mauldin as Dudley.

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IDS 385 Blackbird Theater Roger’s Version

Posted in Episodes on May 19th, 2014

On Location:  This week I’m joined by Wes Driver (Artistic Director of Blackbird Theater, Director, and Adaptionist of John Updike’s Roger’s Version) and by actors: David Compton (Roger), Amanda Card (Verna), and Kris Wente (Dale) as we discuss Blackbird Theater’s upcoming production.  Enjoy!!

Deep Fried Theatre:

  • Buy Tickets to this production here.
  • More info on this production from our friends at ArtsNash.com!

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IDS 384 Ingram New Works Festival at TN Rep

Posted in Episodes on May 12th, 2014

This week I am joined by Andrew Kramer, playwright of Cut It Out, which is part of this year’s Ingram New Works Festival.  We discuss his participation in this year’s Ingram New Works Project.  Enjoy!

  • Info on HowlRoundTV can be found here.
  • Info on auditions for Tennessee Repertory Theatre can be found here.

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IDS 383 HF 2014 Wk 4 The Ten Minute Plays

Posted in Episodes, humana, Humana14 on May 5th, 2014

This is the fourth and  last installment of IDS’s coverage of the 38th Humana Festival of New American Plays hosted by Actors Theatre of Louisville.  Helping the IDS round out its coverage are the Ten Minute Playwrights:  Rachel Bonds [Winter Games], Jason Gray Platt [Some Prepared Remarks (A History in Speech)], Gregory Hischak [Poor Shem].

One of the mics died while our conversation takes place which tragically affects the audio quality of this episode…The IDS apologizes for this inconvenience.  The IDS also apologizes to Rachel Bonds who is very hard to hear in this episode due to the failing microphone but we swear that she was; in fact, in the room. 

This episode is heavily edited to make something out of nothing in regards to the poor audio quality.  The editing choices should not and were not meant to reflect poorly on the content or this episode’s guests.  Once again the IDS feels terrible about this and has summarily shot the offending microphone.

Deep Fried Theatre:

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