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Listen to interviews from the illustrious past of STAGE LEFT and Chuck's previous show, ONE STEP BEYOND!

  • Stage Left, April 12th, 2005 - Actor, writer and Firesign Theatre member Peter Bergman on the founding of America's premier (and only) surrealist audio theatre group, the Heartbreak of Radio, his TV soap opera doppelgänger, and other topics.
  • Stage Left, March 29th, 2005 - Cartoonist and rapper Keith Knight, Jr. talks about his art (both on stage and on the page), the alternative comics scene and more. Check out Keith's work at www.kchronicles.com and www.marginalprophets.com.
  • Stage Left, March 22nd, 2005 - Actor and Firesign Theatre member Phil Proctor talks about his decades with the group, current and future FT projects, his Planet Proctor newsletter, cyberspace, politics and all kinds of other stuff.
  • Stage Left, March 8th, 2005 - Actor, teacher and improv expert Ed Reggi talks about the new theatre space at COCA, the business of improvisational theatre and his own group PaperSlip Theatre.
  • Stage Left, March 1st, 2005 - Ron Stevens and Joy Grdnic talk about their careers in radio and TV and their company All Star Radio, which does syndicated comedy spots for radio stations all over the world.
    • Part 1 - includes "Fast Food" and "Marijuana Helper". (13:06) Listen Now! speaker
    • Part 2 - includes "Sponge Bob QueerPants", "Michael Jackson Trial Re-enactment" and "First Action News". (18:04) Listen Now! speaker
  • Stage Left, February 16th, 2005 - Joan Lipkin talks about The DisAbility Project and a competiton for young actors (10:00). Listen Now! speaker
  • One Step Beyond, July 24th, 1994 - Chuck and Otis Woodard talk with writer/producer J. Michael Straczynski (creator of the TV series Babylon 5, Crusade and Jeremiah) about science fiction, politics and other things.
  • One Step Beyond, October 16th, 1994 - Fom the fall pledge drive show, interviews with Phil Austin and Phil Proctor of The Firesign Theatre



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