Month: January 2017

Episode 23 – Eric Coble

It was great privilege to record a conversation with a gentleman, distinguished artist and award winning playwright Eric Coble. Eric’s plays have been staged in Cleveland, throughout the Midwest, on Broadway and across the entire country. His wide ranging writing style has earned him respect in the American Theatre. His 2014 play “Velocity of Autumn” made a long journey to Broadway. Veteran actor Estelle Parson’s performance in the play was nominated for a Tony Award that year.

​This episode begins with a story about the concept of safety, security, geography and how those facets of my life have been at odds with each other as far as I can remember. Then, Eric and I dive into a conversation about his work, life growing up in the remote New Mexican desert and the personal & creative decisions he’s made on his journey as a playwright.

Episode 23 is made possible by the The City Club of Cleveland

All original Audio and music production by
Ken Wendt D.M.A

Graphic Design & Original Artwork
Alex Collier

Episode 23 – Eric Coble

It was great privilege to record a conversation with a gentleman, distinguished artist and award winning playwright Eric Coble. Eric’s plays have been staged in Cleveland, throughout the Midwest, on Broadway and across the entire country. His wide ranging writing style has earned him respect in the American Theatre. His 2014 play “Velocity of Autumn” made a long journey to Broadway. Veteran actor Estelle Parson’s performance in the play was nominated for a Tony Award that year.

​This episode begins with a story about the concept of safety, security, geography and how those facets of my life have been at odds with each other as far as I can remember. Then, Eric and I dive into a conversation about his work, life growing up in the remote New Mexican desert and the personal & creative decisions he’s made on his journey as a playwright.

Episode 23 is made possible by the The City Club of Cleveland

All original Audio and music production by
Ken Wendt D.M.A

Graphic Design & Original Artwork
Alex Collier

Episode 22 – Scott Plate

The first #authenticaudio episode of 2017 (Episode 22) features a wonderful conversation with Scott Plate.

​Scott is the Associate Professor of Music Theatre and Area Coordinator for the Music Theatre Program at Baldwin Wallace University. He’s also an award winning actor, director, writer and one of the most gentle and warm personalities I’ve ever come across.

Scott and I talk about his fascinating personal and artistic journey that ranges from New York City, Cincinnati, Montreal, Connecticut, Florida and now in Cleveland. We talk theater, art, education, acting and the emotionally charged ingredients that make up the “Sunday Sauce” that we call family.

All original music & audio production by
Ken Wendt D.M.A

Graphic Design & Original Artwork
Alex Collier

This Authentic Audio episode is brought to you by
​The City Club of Cleveland

Episode 22 – Scott Plate

The first #authenticaudio episode of 2017 (Episode 22) features a wonderful conversation with Scott Plate.

​Scott is the Associate Professor of Music Theatre and Area Coordinator for the Music Theatre Program at Baldwin Wallace University. He’s also an award winning actor, director, writer and one of the most gentle and warm personalities I’ve ever come across.

Scott and I talk about his fascinating personal and artistic journey that ranges from New York City, Cincinnati, Montreal, Connecticut, Florida and now in Cleveland. We talk theater, art, education, acting and the emotionally charged ingredients that make up the “Sunday Sauce” that we call family.

All original music & audio production by
Ken Wendt D.M.A

Graphic Design & Original Artwork
Alex Collier

This Authentic Audio episode is brought to you by
​The City Club of Cleveland