Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Washington Foster School of Business, host of the Seattle Growth Podcast, and the creator of Good For A Change.org, Jeffrey Shulman joined us to talk about his podcast and how great Seattle is.
Improviser Cory Guebels, the producer of Drunk High Comedy shows such as Dubious Advice, joined us right after the latest of one of his shows. Also back on the podcast was Ponch Hartley. Daryl hosted, but he was one of the drunk panelists at Cory's show.
They are an improv duo. They are father and son. They are Next Generation Gap. Denny and Carter Atkin rejoin the After Party to discuss what's been going on since we last talked to them.
He recently joined the CSz Seattle roster after moving from California's Bay Area. Drew Simchik has years of improv and theater experience. He brought and idea for a new show called Parallel Universe. With the help of some Seattle Playerz, like panelist Danielle Bortone-Holt, he was able to turn it into a successful show that's coming back in September.
No live events this week so we thought we'd update you on what a few of our alumni are up to in the near future. What's Mandy Price doing with a bunch of alumni, including some of our hosts? What's author Raven Oak doing? Windowpane is in Maryland right now, so we aren't discussing them. Also, what ever happened to Jonathan Tweet? Is he debating someone about something? All those questions and more will be answered in this bite size episode.
Economics podcaster, Stephen Mackey, returns to talk about his new YouTube channel, his segments for African Business Radio and an upcoming interview with someone whose book inspired him in High School.
At the Bibliophilia Storytelling Festival's first night we had an audio drama from our good friends at Sci-Fi Commons/Reality's Edge. The story was called "Drafted" and we thought you might want to be reminded of what a modern audio drama can be. Bibliophilia was directed by our very own, Jekeva Phillips.
Seattle has an amazing 12 pieces Steely Dan cover band called Nearly Dan. We had Jamie Dievieny and Darelle Holden, both vocalists of the band. We talked about their upcoming gig at Jazz Alley and more.
This house party episode happened in a car. Because this was recorded the week that Chris Cornell died, Daryl has some slightly tipsy rambling to share with our audience.
The official football team of the Seattle After Party, The Seattle Majestics, are back for the 2017 season. They've got some new players and some new stories. Also, they may have had a few drinks before the podcast. Either way, we had a whole lot of fun.
Our Fearless Leader
Daryl is the producer, knob twiddler, sometime hosts, and always man behind the curtain of the after party. He considers himself an entertainer and has tried his hand in many areas, from music to magic, from wresting to improv and a few other things in between. He loves the city of Seattle and is trying to use the After Party to share it with the world.
Facts about Daryl
Daryl got the idea for the Seattle After Party after he listened to the audio book "Tough Sh*t" by Kevin Smith.
He was an independent professional wrestler for 4 years.
He's an Associate of Applied Arts in Audio Production he earned from the Art Institute of Seattle.