In our most recent episode, Brad travels to Denver, CO, for the 2008 National Performing Arts Convention, a gathering of performing artists, arts groups and service organizations from all over the country. The song used in this episode is Rocky Mountain High sung by members of Chorus America, the national non-profit service organization for choral music. Visit their Web site for more information about their programs and services.
This episode features Brad's interviews with:
- Brad Carlin, current associate managing director of SITI Company and soon-to-be executive director of Salvage Vanguard Theater
- Bill O'Brien, director of theater and musical theater, National Endowment for the Arts
- Erin West, director of arts marketing, Pop Arts Marketing
- Albert Einstein, a dead scientist (actually, he does the Einstein Alive! educational touring show)
- Maxine, a cross-dressing cyclist (actually, he works for the Denver Art Museum)
We also have some photos to accompany this week's episode:
Disclaimer: Contrary to what the photos indicate, I did other things in Denver besides consume alcoholic beverages.
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