Truth be known, I don't have a lot of readers or followers on this lovely blog. It's nothing other than the fact that MOST of the theatre people I know live outside of my area and I tend to blog mostly about theatre in Tennessee. I've said it before, I really just do this for me anyway. I gotta talk about theater and this way I at least FEEL like someone might be listening (or reading, as the case may be).
I do have quite a few readers and friends through my other blog though. And sometimes the love of all things dramatic (at least when it comes to theatre) crosses over. We meet because of diabetes and become friends because we have so much in common.
That's kind of what happened when I met my friend Mike. We live in opposite sides of the country, but we had about a million (exaggerating....slightly) friends in common on facebook and twitter. When we became friends on facebook, I discovered by Mike's random status updates (quoting musicals that I LOVE) that we shared a love of theatre as well as a busted pancreas.
Then Mike became one of the few people that was both reading AND commenting on this blog (thank you Mike!). After I recently saw a production of The Sound of Music, Mike asked me if he could interview me for his awesome podcast, What Some Would Call Lies. Completely flattered, I accepted. :)
The final outcome has gone live today. In it we discuss a mutual love of The Sound of Music, theatre and my love of American Idiot. Check it out on Mike's blog HERE. You can also find the podcast in the iTunes store and the Zune Marketplace. You can follow Mike on Twitter HERE.
Thanks to Mike for giving me the opportunity to share on your podcast. You make me feel..... almost famous. :)