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Ep. 67 - Robi Mahan

Writer/poet/comedian/speech speaker Robi Mahan sits down with Eli to talk about all of the above, and to frankly address her personal experiences with mental health issues. Plus, Eli talks about the upcoming LIVE SHOW and how you can see it for free!

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Ep. 66 - John Fisher

In episode 66, Eli interviews Chicago playwright John Fisher (as heard on episode 40 of the podcast). Among other things, tey talk about their respective experiences growing up in rural areas, getting acclimated to the Chicago theatre scene, and John's writing process. Also, Eli plugs the upcoming APAF LIVE SHOW!

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Today's episode is sponsored by Plaid Design.

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Ep. 65 - Alyssa Ratkovich

New Chicago actor Alyssa Ratkovich doesn't think she's interesting enough to be a guest on the podcast. Eli tries to prove her wrong. They talk about fear, uncertainty, the future, and how she went from wanting to be a Disney princess to pushing audiences out of their comfort zones.

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Ep. 64 - Tony Pellegrino

Chicago actor Tony Pellegrino has just come straight from an audition for an industrial at McDonald's headquarters. After the obligatory discussion of fast food, Tony and Eli talk the business side of acting, fight choreography, and his stint in a recent new production of the musical "Camelot."

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Ep. 63 - Ani Cohen

Ani Cohen probably saved Eli's life by realizing that his pilot light wasn't on. Then they recorded an interview. Among other thing, they talk adulthood, school, the Chicago acting scene, and her experiences as a student at Second City. Also, Ani remembers her grandmother.

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