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It's “That Guy… Who Was in That Thing” meets "WTF" but with people even less well known! Sure it's fun to interview the crazy famous and ask them about the difficult years, but that's been done. Memories are plastic - we're getting the real dirt from people still crawling through it. Laura Scruggs is the playwright and Jake Scruggs is the technical guy who listens to a lot of “This American Life” and thinks that qualifies him to interview people.

Jun 15, 2015

It’s Bryn, Jake, and Laura this week discussing the state of the art.

2:43 - A lot is involved in taking "Punk Grandpa" to New York. Also, a shout-out to the extraordinary Lauren Arneson!

6:48 - Solo show teacher asked Laura if she's approached the Alzheimer's Association about performing "Punk Grandpa" at their national conference

10:32 - Amazing how we don't put things that are near to us into our art

16:31 - Laura just got an e-mail from a theater who was going to do "Punk Grandpa" as a reading, is now going to produce it as a full-out production

20:45 - 1,000 postcards for NY premiere of "Punk Grandpa," design by brother Josh Force - See it here:

25:07 - Jake is Laura's documentarian for "Punk Grandpa"

25:55 - Laura had to leave her job as Play and Learning Facilitator at The Chicago Children's Museum

27:54 - In sad news: Dan Taube's dad passed away

29:53 - How is CJ3 going?

34:26 - Bryn needs to have fun

47:28 - Laura knows some secrets about the JFK assassination!

50:02 - Fun audition and working with Jerrod Bogard

54:27 - "Killing Your Neighbors"

56:03 - Work smarter, not harder

1:02:26 - Bryn and Jerrod are considering writing spec scripts


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Edited/Notes by Laura and Jake Scruggs. Intro Music: "Are You Famous, Yet?” - Laura Scruggs. Outro Music: "The Devil Is In The Beats” - The Chemical Brothers