Monthly Archives: October 2018

Episode 105: Pizza and Photos and Vampires (oh my)

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In this Episode: 

Callie and her boyfriend were offered to take free professional couples photos, but they broke up the day before the shoot. So when life gave her lemons, she made pizza.

Then T joins The Bartender to talk about acting, their temporary stint as a Jehovah’s Witness, and… vampires.

About The Guests:

Callie Jane Farnsworth is a Brooklyn based theatre director who travels to Manhattan when required. She is currently directing The Misadventures of Clown Zer0, a new musical podcast created by Nicole Hill and written by Connor Sampson. Clown Zer0 is a “ponderous, misfit clown’s wacky journey to self-discovery, self- love, and self-actualization”. To be released this spring! Callie should have a website, but for now you can check out what she’s doing on Instagram @originalamericantreat.

Here she is looking fly af:

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And here are the photos from her couples shoot with pizza, and the other photo shoot with pizza:

Couples pics: Femme Yellow Photography

Pizza Pics: Danielle Occhiogrosso Daly

T.L. Thompson is a Brooklyn based performer and a member of the NY Neo-Futurists, and just finished their Broadway Debut in Straight White Men by Young Jean Lee. T can be heard as The Bishop in episode 3 of the podcast Adventures in New America, and co-stars in the newly released short film Flu$h alongside Heather Ács. You can soon catch T in Nervous/System as part of the New Wave Festival at BAM. T runs Tuff Chicks Painting, a women owned painting company in NYC.

Here is T looking fine, as usual:

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And here’s T with some other actors backstage on Broadway in Straight White Men:

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Music Credits:

“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers

“Your Woman” by White Town

“The Last of the Famous International Playboys” by Morrissey

“Oceanside” by The Decemberists

“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

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