GG135: Ariel Fristoe of Out Of Hand Theater on Decatur Dinners

Check out Ariel Fristoe’s OUT OF HAND THEATER and their fascinating plan to perform at 100 Dinners for 1000 People at the August 25, 2019 DECATUR DINNERS. Get thee to a dinner as a great way to have a civic discussion, delicious meal, and thought-provoking performance!
*Dogs of Rwanda, a prior play produced by OOH, was written by Sean Christopher Lewis

GG134: Sassfolk and Nichole Palmietto of Found Stages

SASSFOLK’s Jana & Ana talk about how they found each other to create beautiful Americana and Nichole Palmetto, of FOUND STAGES, explains their upcoming immersive theatre version of Frankenstein.

GG133: Musician Tim Kohler and actress/director/promoter Amber A. Harris

TIM KOHLER shares his musical upbringing and how he’s enjoying the community of music beyond the perimeter. You can catch a good taste of his talent below. AMBER A HARRIS is working on multiple projects at once - film, activism, and stage.

GG131: Sho Baraka & Kim Karris

Musician, author, and artist SHO BARAKA talks about his latest projects and what inspires him. Kim Karris of the FOOD WELL ALLIANCE is talking up their plans to create better food options for Atlanta and this year's SOIL FESTIVAL on May 4th.

GG125: Morgan Rowe & author Brian Kirk

Singer-songwriter MORGAN ROWE talks about her musical journey and horror author BRIAN KIRK shares why his Bram Stoker means so much to him and how his upcoming novel will keep you turning pages.

Check out ALEX GORDON HIFI for some of that groovy transition sounds done right.

GG122: Singer Ansley Stewart and Laura Hennighausen of Freedom Park Conservancy

ANSLEY STEWART shares her musical journey from Athens to Atlanta and Laura Hennighausen, Executive Director of FREEDOM PARK CONSERVANCY, shares plans for upcoming year to connect more people with Atlanta's massive greenspace.

Learn more about ALEX GORDON HI FI, whose music you heard on this episode, HERE.

GG121: Singer-songwriter Rob Vincent Agocs & Veoleo publishing's Janike Ruginis

Time spent with VEOLEO children's book publisher Janike Ruginis and ROB VINCENT AGOCS who talks about his music and name changes.

Learn more about ALEX GORDON HI FI, whose music you heard on this episode, HERE.

GG119: Musician Gabbie Rotts & James Carr of Farmers Jam

GABBIE ROTTS talks about making punk music her mother will like and how to best torment your friends.

James Carr is organizing FARMERS JAM on Wed., NOV. 14, to gather some musical farmers from the region and highlight jam made from local produce. Proceeds benefit future good food in your belly. Show’s at The Star Bar!

GG118: Singer-songwriter Adam Klein & Kula Project's Sarah Buchanan-Sasson

ADAM KLEIN talks about his latest album and his musical connection to the country of Mali. Check out a documentary he’s working on HERE, as well as a Christina Ricci Amazon film on Zelda Fitzgerald that he’s in HERE.

Sarah Buchanan-Sasson and her husband are doing powerful work connecting Rwandans with opportunities through the KULA PROJECT. They’ll be sharing their story at Ponce City Market in November with some of their successful Rwandan entrepreneurs.

GG117: K Michelle Dubois and author/director Jim Hodgson

K Michelle Dubois has a new album, HARNESS, on Bandcamp. She and DAN DIXON stopped by and played a tune. Her podcast is called ZEN NOODLE PIE and you should check it out!

Jim Hodgson has his new YA series, APPRENTICE QUEST, on Amazon now, does his ATLANTA EXPLAINED at Village Theatre, and has a YouTube channel - with his witty wife - called CROSSTHREADED.

As always, shout out to ALEX GORDON HI FI for the great baritone tweener music.

GG112: Julie Gribble and Mike Lowery

JULIE GRIBBLE talks making music and movies, plus her one big dream for this year.

MIKE LOWERY explains how life is like the movie Witness, and what it means to be an author/illustrator with a new book (Slightly Jet Lagged) coming out, all while being the husband of a true superstar children's book creator named KATRIN WIEHLE.

ALEX GORDON HI FI plays that sweet baritone guitar music throughout.

GG110: Unproducible Plays and Joshua Fletcher

UNPRODUCIBLE PLAYS East by Southeast Festival (Aug. 5-19) has Amee Vyas, Michelle Pokopac, & Pam Joyce giving opportunities to Asian-Americans to have their work seen by larger audiences.

JOSHUA FLETCHER plays Eddie's Attic on Aug. 9th. Hear about his journey from punk to Nashville to Americana.