A love of mysteries starts when you are kid. Depending on what you watched or read growing up, you could be terribly upset when you become an adult and realize life isn't a Nancy Drew book. At least, these are my thoughts. If you are like me you are constantly looking for that hidden mystery, that game, that hunt, or that treasure. My good friend Sean Collier suggested a perfect guest for my show knowing what she did was right up my alley!
Ayne Terceira creates experiences in Pittsburgh. As the Creative Director of Uncumber Theatrics , her goal is to push the boundaries of the theatrical experience. She has done work for our friends over at Bricolage, and The Scarehouse to create a truly one of a kind events. Her new immersive show, Serpentine, comes out on May 19th. Join me as I chat with her about the creative process behind putting together interactive theater, what Serpentine is about (as much as we can tell you), and how you can scratch that childhood mystery itch by participating! FOR SUBSCRIBERS ONLY!- Sign up for my newsletter to receive extra audio that includes a tip to use while on your Serpentine journey. Only subscribers will get to hear it!
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If you missed my last episode with actor Alec Baldwin, check it out HERE
Hey all! Welcome to this very special quick pop up interview I got to have with the one and only Alec Baldwin. I am a huge fan of his work, so I can pretty much scratch this off of my bucket list #882. Alec was in Pittsburgh for his show Alec's Playlist at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. It was a great event, with perfectly performed pieces. My favorite was the music from The Shining, that was so hauntingly put together. The Hilaria & Alec Baldwin Foundation donated 300 tickets to families and their children, giving them a chance to hear this beautiful symphony. Growing up in a musical family that exposed me to the classics was very important in my life, and shaped who I am today. I love what his foundation is doing to help get this music into the lives of the youth. Kudos. Thank you Mr. Baldwin for your time, and if you are reading this, come back on the show!
Sorry about the audio background noise, it was a little loud in the room because everyone was so excited.
Special thanks to my hubby Phil Mazzoni for snapping these photos. If you subscribe to my newsletter you will get to see the rest of the shots.
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Come see MOTM LIVE at City Theatre on May 12th! I will be onstage after the opening performance of The Lion. I will be off stage afterwards hanging out as well, so come say hello! Would love to meet some of my fans. Friends of MOTM get tickets for just $20 to both the show and the live podcast after the show with promo code "MARTAROARS" Grab your tickets at www.citytheatrecompany.org
Also stoked to annouce I got my first publish in the Huffington Post! Woot! Check it out!
Enjoy everyone! I have Ayne Terciera, John Schalcosky, Dana Cannone, Kim Lyons, and Phil and I's Portuguese odyssey coming up! Cheers!
Hey gang! Just returned from my trip from Portugal, and it was incredible. Working on helping rebuild houses for people in need, and diving to clean up the reef is up there as one of my most rewarding trips.
It is always scary to take that step to get out there, and have some alone time. I wanted to make it a bit easier on everyone! Here are some of my tips on how to travel alone, and have a great time just with yourself, or join a group of strangers and make a new friend. I have included some websites and apps that I use while I travel. I also mentioned a great reference guide to volunteering. This trip was inspirational for me, and I love at the end of it you will get to hear some locals chat about what they know about Pittsburgh, and what they love about Portugal! Shout out to Impact Trip for organizing the program and O Seculo (One of the best hostels I have stayed in!) I met a ton of wonderful people, and got to experience the real Portugal. Thank you Wingman and Filipe for letting me come in and give a presentation at your office about my podcasting and travel experiences. Sorry I got ill, but it was so nice meeting all of you! Look for the interviews I did with some of you guys after this episode.
The two other episodes will be with my hubby Phil, I went alone in the beginning of the trip, and then he met me a week later at the airport and we continued our journey. (Terribly romantic. I was holding a sign with his name on it) We use part of this podcast as a sort of journal entry for our travel lives, and hopefully share some cool tips on where to stay, eat, drink, and hang out. Stay tuned for Where to Eat and Drink in Lisbon, and also Short Day Trips from Lisbon. Enjoy some of my pics from the trip below including some of my awesome spackle work on the house. #masterspackler!
Websites and people mentioned-
Meetup /Speedfriending Lisbon
Diogo and Rita, Maria, Luisa, Ricardo, Filipe, Pedro, Laura, Rodrigo, Gijs, Dereck, and Egidio!