Posts Tagged ‘Arye Gross’
Dean and Phil weigh in on the Boston Marathon bombing and its aftermath.
Dean and Phil respond to two emails from listeners (one dealing with Robert Maplethorpe and one dealing with the role of the audience in art).
Dean and Phil remember a comedic genius and a game-changing artist, both of whom died in the past week.
Dean and Phil will continue their on-again, off-again debate on the craft of acting, and join together in singing the praises of the great Walter Matthau.
All that, plus a Live Event of the Week, and a running time of an hour AND four minutes …
It’s YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour (and four minutes) with Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness!
After four weeks of special guests (i.e. pre-recorded shows!), your friends in podcasting are finally together again, tackling such topics as Casey Anthony, O.J. Simpson, Charleston, Detroit, Peter Falk, Tolstoy, history, Delta Airlines, Continental, Manchester Airport, immersive theatre, Premium seating, Transformers 3, Pirates 4, America vs. the world, Bridesmaids, Horrible Bosses, The Green Lantern, Super 8, Washington, D.C. … It’s action-packed, hilarious, irreverent and insightful Haglund and Leirness with a vengeance on this week’s installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour.
And for those of you in Southern California, make sure to get your tickets to the Los Angeles Premiere of THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE! There’s two nights to choose from. Full event details and tickets are available: HERE.
On Martin Luther King Day, your friends in podcasting have a lot to discuss about the mean-spirited nature of much contemporary discourse, from Ricky Gervais’ controversial performance on the Golden Globes to the media feeding-frenzy and finger-pointing in the wake of the recent Tucson massacre. Phil Leirness also eats many healthy bites of delicious crow and humble pie as he discusses his feelings about some films he’s seen and a film he’s been offered to direct. Then, Dean and Phil compare notes on their shared theatrical experience in Orange County, they remember three great character actors, and they close the show by continuing to answer the question of how each of them might be “children of their times” (and places)!