Jul 6, 2015
Debuts! Day jobs! Bookings! Aliens! This hostful finds the gang up to all kinds of goodness
0:01:30 So Laura had her NYC premiere of "Punk Grandpa" AND got a review from Ed Malin: http://nytheaternow.com/Content/Article/2015-6-24-punk-grandpa. We give you a primer on the workings of putting on production in a NY play festival.
0:10:00 Former podcast guest Jerrod Bogard loves mischief
0:15:00 We learned that there is a Fuck Fest play festival here in NYC (http://bricktheater.com/?type=show&id=1156), that plus our adventures at MOMA (www.moma.org) and the Museum and the Moving Image (www.movingimage.us) prove that the wonders of this city are endless.
0:22:14 Laura added some elements to her show that went into greater detail about her grandfather's manifestation of Alzheimer's Disease.
0:26:49 Laura basically did her own version of the New York subway phenomenon "showtime"
0:30:55 Nilsa is finally back. What has she been up to? Working on balancing her day/night job and balance she did! Bryn credits his relentless complaining. Boy, isn't he supportive?
0:39:53 Nilsa booked her first voiceover job, is freelancing with a commercial and legit agent AND is the first of the RUFYPOD NY team to audition for a major TV Network.
0:45:45 Now what has Bryn been up to? Auditions, shooting pick-ups with Casey Puccini, in Chicago and VO work. Plus, Josh Wolff's short film "Guidance" got some much deserved recognition. Bryn's creepiness and possible alien origins discussed.
0:51:10 Catastrophic equipment failures are setting back the production of CJ3 episode 2. It will come out. Sometime.
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Intro Music: "Are You Famous, Yet?"
Written and Performed by Laura Scruggs
Outro Music: The Devil Is In The Beats
Performed By: The Chemical Brothers