In this episode, I give you more interview excerpts from off of the cutting room floor, such as when I asked Mark Stevenson about nanotechnology, as well as how it felt interviewing the great minds in science (epsd 32), why the articles about imagination and creativity are amongst Maria Konnikova’s favorites in her Lessons From Sherlock Holmes series (epsd 38), and comedian Jill Twiss about differences between theater and stand-up (epsd 33), and of course, some bloopers and a tangential aside about cake-baking.
Archive for the ‘Comedy’ Category.
Jill Twiss is a theater actress and stand-up comedian who according to her website is “creating world peace through stand-up comedy.” In this episode we talk a bit about her work as both a performer in theater and comedy. You can find her website at jilltwiss.blogspot.com, where there are videos of some of her performances. And if you’re on twitter, I encourage you to follow her at @jilltwiss.