HORROR STORIES FROM THE STAGE

Episode 10 - Sharonlee Mclean

Secret Santa and 'Fiddler' Pops a Boner!

Stream music and playlists with SoundCloud and wow your visitors with your tunes.

Episode 11 - Gavin Hoffman

Going Up!

In the theatre, there is dropping a line, there is forgetting your lines, and then there is GOING UP! Veteran actor Gavin Hoffman demonstrates the latter in excruciating detail.

Episode 12 - Andrea White

Putting the Meth in Method

Andrea grew up in the theatre so she thought she had seen everything. But that was until she found herself on stage with someone who had a very different idea of what the "meth" in method acting really meant.

Episode 13 - Margie Boule

Nazi's, Nuns, and Nightgowns

Louanne is honored to have Portland’s Pulitzer Prize nominated columnist Margie Boule on the show to discuss her life as a writer and actress and, of course, the stories just don’t stop!

Episode 14 - Elizabeth Huffman

Mean Elephants

Actress Elizabeth Huffman started her show business career in the circus - and nearly ended it there when a runaway elephant tries to take out a circus tent full of liberals. No shortage of irony in this episode - or laughs!

Episode 15 - Marilyn Stacey

Getting Naked with Patti Lupone

Marilyn Stacey gets naked on stage in a production of The Robber Bridegroom. But when it's time to put it all back on and make her next entrance...well, let's just say someone got a little bit more than they bargained for.

Episode 16 - Kathleen Worley

Who's Afraid of Stanley Kowalski?

The lovely and surprisingly candid Kathleen Worley discusses her one woman show about Virginia Woolf, her time at ACT, and a production of A Streetcar Named Desire where Stanley wasn't quite sure what to do once he got there...

Episode 17 - James Dixon

Protest This!

f you only listen to one The Actor's Nightmare Podcast this is it!! While appearing in Amiri Baraka’s Dutchman, Portland Actor James Dixon is interrupted mid-performance by an impassioned cast member who shuts the show down with a staged protest that renounces the play’s excessively racist language.

Episode 17 - James Dixon

Protest This!

If you only listen to one The Actor's Nightmare Podcast this is it!! While appearing in Amiri Baraka’s Dutchman, Portland Actor James Dixon is interrupted mid-performance by an impassioned cast member who shuts the show down with a staged protest that renounces the play’s excessively racist language

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