Tim and Marcel welcome their friend Tom Davis, playwright of Pandemic Theatre’s new show BIRTH, to chat about video games and other unrelated weirdness.
Tim and Marcel welcome guest Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll in an epic spiel on what’s up, and down, and all around.
Tim and Marcel bemoan their losses, and recap the sheer craziness that has followed them around like a pack of wild hungry chinchillas through the lonely Toronto nights.
Tim and Marcel sit for a spell and catch up on recent theatre exploits and get down to brass tacks on biking in the city.
Tim and Marcel blow the lid off a huge secret cabal just by chatting with writer Andre Babyn. We’re through the looking glass here, people.
Tim and Marcel return with a very enlightening and entertaining chat with Teodoro Dragonieri, director of A Funeral for Clowns (starring Marcel, as part of the upcoming Toronto Festival of Clowns); he also happens to be one half of the genetic reason for Marcel’s existence…
Tim and Marcel chat with Omar Hady, co-founder of Theatre Lab and writer/director of To the Last Cry (paired in a double bill with TJORVI at Factory Studio); this episode features music from the show by Emilyn Stam!