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Ep. 44 - Bill Daniel

What do a storyteller, a writer, an actor, a wrestler, and a pirate all have in common? They're all Bill Daniel. In episode 44, Eli gets to know Bill during their longest conversation to date. Plus, Eli waxes poetic on life and all the stuff that comes with it. Also, be sure to listen to this episode all the way through. There may or may not be bonus content. And that bonus content may or may not have its own bonus content.

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Ep. 43 - Billy Walsh

Billy Walsh does a lot of things. He's a musician, a painter, an improvisor, a wrestling manager, and a bunch of other stuff. He talks about all of it with Eli. Honestly, I'm not really into writing a description this week. I think my introduction to the episode, and the episode as a whole, speak for themselves. I honestly, don't even know if people read these descriptions anyway. It's an interview-based podcast. Like a lot of podcasts out there. But instead of interviewing celebrities or big-names, the host interviews regular people. Because All People Are Famous. :)

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In episode 42, Eli sits down with costume designer/makeup artist/singer/drag performer Katerina Papadatos. They talk about drag, what "bio-queens" are, clothes, what it was like growing up as an artistic kid in the middle of Texas, and just how long it takes to master those complicated makeup designs. Plus, Eli plugs projects and reflects on a recent string of tragedies that have hit the Chicago theatre community.

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Mickey O'Sullivan is a Chicago-based actor. He just booked a two episode job on a network television drama. He spends his days running around the city, auditioning. He lives on a diet of tuna and quinoa. He has not seen Eli in two years. And he has EXACTLY 45 minutes before he has to go to rehearsal. Eli has pressed the "record" button. Let's see what happens.

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