It happened. I did it. I finally did it. I broke the internet. With a cat. Which makes sense if you think about it. Join us as we talk about my first truly VIRAL video, how it has nothing to do with anything I've ever done, and how it sparked a controversy that gave me major anxiety poops. Hold on for this roller coaster ride. Adult themes and language throughout. 18+
2021 is off to a rocky start. Let's add a little levity to the atmosphere shall we? Today is all about benign (meaning no harm intended) ill wishes. Compliments of my Tiktok comment section. Adult themes and language throughout. (18+)
As we look back on this crazy 2020 year, we explore such topics as butt modifications, gray sweatpants, the addictive nature of Tiktok, and the importance of owning your shiz. Adult themes and language throughout. Listener discretion advised. 18+
We're BACK! And we've got some hot steamy takes to drop at your feet with little to no explanation. Who are we trying to kid? We live in Nuance. So join Levi and Britty for the triumphant return of the Bemused Podcast. Let's see how long we stick around this time! 18+ Adult Themes and Language.
Hey everyone, I know it's been a hot minute and I am sorry to have vanished on you. I wish I could say that this is me announcing the triumphant return of the Bemused Podcast, but unfortunately things are still very much in flux. I will be posting something that will explain the situation more in the future, but now just know that everyone here at Bemused very much appreciates the love and support you have shown for the project.
This episode was recorded a couple months back as part of our Utah Theater series. My good friend Liz joins me to discuss her experience on being an actor/director/mad scientist of the arts. Don't worry, it will all make sense soon. Liz is incredibly thoughtful about how she approaches her work as an artist, and I thoroughly enjoyed the time we spent in studio. I hope you enjoy this episode and as always, thank you again for your love and support.
Hello Everyone. The Bemused Podcast is going to be taking a break while we retool and rework. Our deepest apologies for the abrupt break, but we hope that you will rejoin us if/when we make our triumphant return. We would like to thank you all for your continuing support. You can always reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the meantime, we have a couple of episodes that we will hopefully release here in the next few months. Thank you all again for your love and support.
Catch you on the Flip side!
In honor of our very own Esquire Heywire a.k.a Andrew, today we will be airing out some of our most treasured gripes. This episode didn't go exactly as we had planned, and it turns out that my lack of cenimatic knowledge may have had an comedic effect. But don't worry...I totally remembered my improv training and "Yes AND'nd" like a pro. You will just have to listen to understand.
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We are back with our little side project. I have really been enjoying these director series, and today's episode is no exception. I am joined by Director/Actor/Bear on a moped Jamie Rocha Pomeroy-Allan. Jamie and I get a little more cerebral, and also a little silly, which is awesome. I loved hearing his unique perspective on theater and acting, having come up in London before relocating to Utah. It is a mix bag of a little bit of everything, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Today is all about the "F" word. That's right Forgiveness. This is a broad topic but we take a crack at it anyway....As we desperately try to keep one another on track. Fair warning, there was a casualty.
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Let's face it, life can be a really scary place sometimes, especially when you think about all the scary stuff that people do to other people. In light of recent events, and the overall social climate of our world, Andrew and I sit down to unpack a couple of these topics. We will be covering a few different aspects of fear and human interactions today including (but not limited to) Random acts of violence, school shootings, stalking, and of course, terrible Utah drivers. It's sort of a grab bag of fear, but hopefully by the end we will all feel just a little better.
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