Yo-yo throwing champion Coffin Nachtmahr talks about the values of being true to yourself and learning new skills. The subject of the documentary film “Throw,” part of MountainFilm on Tour, Nachtmahr turned his passion and hobby into a business.
Comedian Collin Moulton talks about his Barefoot Comedy Club on Tybee Island, his new East Coast comedy beachhead, having recently moved here from Los Angeles. He also talks about the comedians the he admires, why he loves Brazilian jiu-jitsu and his four podcasts.
Theater director and Collective Face co-founder David I. L. Poole talks about his quirks as an artist. He says that he gravitates toward strong, female-driven scripts and magical, immersive set designs. He previews the company’s 2016-2017 season.
Armstrong State University piano professor Benjamin Warsaw talks about his short preludes. Inventive, captivating and based on Chopin’s immortal Op. 28, they draw on a wide range of classical influences and invite the listener into many differing moods.
Choreographer Gabrielle Lamb talks about her creative process, her inspirations and her journey from young dancer in Savannah to acclaimed composer of movement, now based in New York. Her insights into what it takes to succeed are relevant to any creative profession.