Who We Are And Who We Are Not:
James Napoli is the author of the best-selling The Official Dictionary of Sarcasm and its sequel The Official Dictionary of Idiocy. He has made some award-winning short films, but they were dramas and not comedies, so forget it. He also wrote drive-time radio comedy for the nation's largest syndicator, so that's some comedy there.
Heidi Mastrogiovanni's comedic novel Lala Pettibone’s Act Two (finalist for the Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Awards) and the sequel, Lala Pettibone: Standing Room Only, explore the themes present in all her work… It’s never too late to begin again, and it must be cocktail hour somewhere. A dedicated animal welfare advocate, Heidi is fluent in German and French, though she doesn’t understand why both these languages feel they need more than one definite article.
Our Repertory Players:
Julie Perkins eschews bios in an effort to build anticipation.
Chip Phillips is traveling incognito. (And audio is the perfect format for it.)
Post a fake movie title and if we use it on the show, we'll use your name as one of the fictional filmmakers or actors being interviewed!