052 “If William Shatner Was In Charge of the World” John’s in a sequined gown for disco school, we cover the laws of standing in line, sex robots and solar roads, a networking scavenger hunt, Marc’s new obsession with car crash videos, a special Shatner-themed version of the classic improv game “If I Was in Charge of the World” and Elsie’s back to sweets with a red white and yellow inspired candy in End of Show Food. Special guest: corporate strategist, executive consultant, and motivational speaker Hellen Davis on how to be the best of the best.
059 “Get Off My Millennium Falcon!” John time travels in a clown car, Marc reviews “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” and “Heathers: The Musical”, and an unexpected voicemail dredges up memories of a catastrophic blind date! Elsie offer End of Show food which requires a squeeze. Marc and John play a modified version of the improv game Recycled Movie Pitch. And special guest Big Vision Empty Wallet co-founder Dani Faith Leonard reveals her secrets and experiences in relationship building and on creating a successful and innovative empire in the making starting with a $2,000 loan from Aunt Debbie.
March, 2015 is proving to be full of estrogen. And interviews.
Monkey Radio with Marc has a lineup of five spectacular women to be interviewed in upcoming episodes. Not a single one should be missed. Here is what is coming up:
Laura Hall – Bandleader and pianist for the infamous improvisational comedy television show “Whose Line Is It Anyway” on fame, TV, comedy and her own music
Cortney Hendrix – makeup artist, burlesque performer and reality TV star of “Married at First Sight: The First Year” on rocketing into fame, transitioning into a career and creating balance
Bianca Jamotte – actress and creator of the hilarious new attention-getting web series “Mommy Confessions” on creating a show, juggling parenting and creativity and being nude in front of the camera
Jessica Delfino – critically acclaimed and award winning comedic musician on being funny , rubbing elbows with famous people and sneaking into high profile events
Christina Salerno – creator of Living Quirky on accepting and taking pride in oneself and how she created a brand from her own insecurities and transformed a genetic trait of high sensitivity into a magical life of adventure, depth, joy, and connection