… for Your Ear Holes
I did this interview as a participant in the Enneagram Global Summit. I was thrilled and honored to take part in this online event featuring many of my heroes and sheroes of the Enneagram world. Chatting with the wonderful Jessica Dibbs about how Improv and the Enneagram work so beautifully together was an absolute joy for me.
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If you’re curious about what the 40 other Enneagram experts had to say, please visit http://enneagramglobalsummit.com.
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I had the great pleasure of being interviewed for a fantastic podcast called Improvise New York. I got down & dirty with Elizabeth Quinn on my truth about improv and life and how little I can tell the difference anymore.
I’ve done two episodes of the great podcast, which bills itself as movies for your ears, and I’ve played a robot in both of them.
Hmm… what’s that about? You tell me.
There is little I like better than the ongoing dialogue I have with David Razowsky. He’s a force of nature in the world of improv and also in my life. He’s a friend and a mentor; a (new word) friendtor. He’s also one of my favorite Improv duo partners. All that, and he makes me laugh my face off.
I just can’t get enoughsky of David Razowsky.
Click Here to Listen to a classic Dave and Rachel conversation.
I sat down with Louis Kornfeld, from my beloved NYC Improv home, Magnet Theater, to discuss the magic of improvisation.
I had the great fortune of telling a story on one of my favorite podcasts, Snap Judgement. This is a tale from the seventh circle of hell, aka: seventh grade. Have a listen and rejoice in the fact that middle school is over! If you happen to be a seventh grader listening to this podcast, hang in there kld, this too shall pass.
Click here to Listen to my story on Snap Judgement