Hosted by Louanne Moldovan

HORROR STORIES FROM THE STAGE

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On stage, nightmares happen when you are wide awake.

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What Doesn't Kill You...Better Make You Laugh.

Hosted by veteran theatre actress and director Louanne Moldovan, The Actor’s Nightmare is a weekly podcast featuring real horror stories from the stage, told by the actors who actually lived through them. Sometimes terrifying, sometimes hard to believe, usually very funny, The Actor’s Nightmare transports listeners from the safety of their world to the edge of a live stage where everything that can go wrong…often does.

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Louanne Moldovan, Host

Originally from San Francisco, Louanne spent nearly two decades in Los Angeles, where she performed in theater, film and television. She was part of the Second City’s Monday Nite Show, worked at 20th Century Fox and was a member of the prestigious Women’s Writing Project at the Los Angeles Theater Center. In Portland, Louanne has been Artistic Director of Cygnet Productions, the acclaimed ‘literary cabaret’ theater company and won the Oregon Book Award in 2007 as co-author of a play about the Algonquin Round Table writers.  The Actor's Nightmare is a passion project for Louanne who, after decades of listening to these wonderful and horrifying stories from the stage, finally has the privilege to collect them for the whole world to hear.

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Adam Klugman, Producer

Adam Klugman is Program Director for The Studio at North Rim in Portland, Oregon where The Actor’s Nightmare is recorded. He hails from a show business family and was, in a previous life, an actor who appeared in one movie (The Flamigo Kid), one television show (Kojak, the Belarus File), and of course, a lot of theater. Adam later reincarnated as an award-winning Creative Director and Media Strategist who created successful national campaigns across a broad spectrum of formats. 

Adam currently operates the Studio at North Rim where he produces professional webcasts and podcasts for individuals, businesses and organizations in the Portland-Metro area.

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Mike DiNapoli, Technical Director

Born in Portland, Oregon, Mike got his degree in Media and Broadcasting from Mount Hood Community College. After earning his degree, Mike served as Production Engineer for the MHCC Creative Writing Speaker Series as well as the weekly live-broadcast of Midnight Sunrise Radio and On the Block Radio. He is also Director for the 2014 Pickathon Woods stage where five of his sets were chosen as NPR Favorite Sessions.  

He has helped produce a multitude of live-to-broadcast sports, entertainment and charitable events in the Portland area and traveled the country installing and designing infrastructure systems for radio, television, and telecommunications clients such as NBC, AT&T, Time Warner, Verizon and Comcast.

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The Studio at North Rim - Portland, Oregon

Located in the heart Portland's Southeast Water District, The Studio at North Rim is a professional, state-of-the-art recording studio that makes podcasting, webcasting, live streaming, voiceovers, and audiobook recording as easy as turning on the lights. Four, vintage style Shure SH55 professional microphones, four 1080/60 HD broadcast quality cameras, and a read-along teleprompter make everyone look, sound and project like a pro. Sure, you could do a show on your phone. But that doesn't mean you should. Wanna learn how to start a podcast? Start here.

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