Mark Beltzman, a member of the first modern Harold team ever, Barron’s Barracudas, came out for the Podcast&Set tonight. It was an honor. Not unlike in the Podcast, I am at a loss for words. He was there at what I consider to be the very fucking beginning. That’s just cool. Thanks again for coming out, Mark! It was a real pleasure.
Diona Reasonover and Patricia Villetto came out for the Podcast&Set last night. I was pretty sick and these two definitely lifted my spirit. Such fun! So, Diona, you did in fact take care of me. Thanks again for coming out! I can’t believe there is such a thing as an Ozzi Osbourne carnie.
“I had the pleasure of meeting, chatting and playing with Aliza Pearl. Thanks again for coming out, Aliza! I hope you had as much fun as I did.:)”
Kevin Dorff. The improviser’s improviser. Another legend that I aspired to play like, came out for the podcast and set tonight. A lesson I have taught for years, that you are enough, I wound up crying saying to him because I realized that he was part of me realizing the truth in that and that it connected us in a way that I had not seen. The conversation, the set, the night was just great. Mitch last week, Kevin this week…I have to say, it’s really fucking fun playing with your heroes.
“Got to play with one of my improv heroes tonight, Mr. Mitch Rouse. I was nervous from the moment he showed up until he left. I talked too much at the beginning of the podcast and then shut up a lot because I just wanted to hear him speak. The set was effortless, unique and peppered with trust rewarded. Thanks again for coming out, Mitch! What can I say, I’m still a thirteen year old fan.”
Miles’ guest this week is improvisor, actor Craig Cackowski!!
This week’s guest is writer, producer, actor Stacy Rumaker!
“Such fun with Stacy Rumaker tonight. We will definitely go to prom in 6 years. Thanks so much for podcasting and playing tonight!”
This week’s guest on the podcast is actor, namer Canon Wing!
This week’s guest is actor improvisor, Dave Bakkedahl!SetIncluded
This week’s guest is writer, director, actor Sean Micheal Boozer!
This week’s guest is with the wonderful and talented, Joan Ford!
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Miles’ guest this week is legendary improv icon Dave Razowsky!
Miles sits down with actor/writer Chase Padgett (6 Guitars).
This week Miles sits down with writer/actor Carl Tart (Comedy Bang Bang, Girl Meets World, White Women).
This week, Miles is joined by writer/producer Douglas Sarine!
This week, Miles is joined by Jonathan Mangum (Let’s Make A Deal).
Miles interviews and does a set this week with Nathan Edmondson (Rare Bird)
Miles sat down with Charley Desrochers and Marianne Smith for our very first couple on the podcast!
Miles sits down with Abraham Benrubi (ER, The Finest Hours) for this week’s podcast and set!
This week’s guest is Derek Miller (Drunk History, Nerdist)
This week, Miles welcomes actor, writer, director, and improvisor Nick Armstrong to the podcast! Stay tuned after the interview for a recording of Nick and Miles’ longform improv set!
This week, Miles sits down with actor/writer Rasika Mathur.
For this week’s episode, Miles talks to improvisor, actor, director Robert Long!
This week, Miles embraces the spirit of “the show must go on” and interviews current workshop student Paul Cain!
This week’s episode Miles talks to writer, actor, comedian Heather Anne Campbell (set included!)
Actor/improvisor/stunt man Derek Mears joins Miles on the podcast this week!
Miles’ guest this week is Dana Powell (Bridesmaids, Clipped, Modern Family)
Miles talks improv with actor, writer, producer Neil Garguilo!
This week, Miles sits down with fellow Chicagoan actor/improvisor Shaun Landry for an interview.
Miles Stroth interviews Paul Vaillancourt of Man vs. Movie, Beer Shark Mice, and author of The Triangle of the Scene.
This week Miles interviewed Joshua Nicols of The Spectacles Improv Engine!
Miles Stroth invited two of the improvisation teachers at MSW, Brian James O’Connell and Emily Candini for the first episode of Pack Improv with Miles Stroth. They get into what improv means to them, how it has impacted their life, and who’s more “right” – Emily or Brian and Miles.