November 30, 2018
Dancer/choreographer Theresa Bautista joins Paul on this episode of Sides. They discuss parental expectations, the tension between being an artist and running and arts organization, cursing on the inside . . . and more!
Theresa is a freelance dancer, hailed by the Louisville Courier Journal as a “delight to watch” and by the Louisville Arts Review as “mesmerizing” on stage. Theresa was the founder and served as Co-Producer of Moving Collective, a dance organization based in Louisville, KY.
A member of the 2019 Hadley Creatives Class,Theresa has choreographed works for Cincinnati's Area Choreographer Festival, Moving Collective, the Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts, U of L Dance Theatre, the University of Kentucky’s Department of Theatre and Dance, Berea College Dance Troupe, Empujon, the University of Kentucky Dance Ensemble, The Center for Women and Families, and Bluegrass Youth Ballet.
September 7, 2018
"Writer. Food-drink nerd, political junkie, Episcopal & theology geek. Not necessarily in this order."
This is how Robin Garr describes himself, and I sat down with him to dig a little into the man behind the bio. Join me as we find out more!
August 17, 2018
Join Paul T. Carney as he welcomes Liz Fentress to Sides Podcast.
"Liz Fentress is an award-winning playwright, actor, and director, with extensive experience in professional, community, and educational theatre. She lives in Louisville, KY, where she acts with StageOne and Bunbury Theatre. Liz teaches the New Voices program for Actors Theatre of Louisville, and is the Kentucky Regional Rep for the Dramatists Guild of America. Liz serves as a theatre consultant through the Kentucky Arts Council’s Peer Advisory Network."
August 9, 2018
Join Paul T. Carney as he welcomes Amy Guyton to the show.
Amy is a self-describe dissenter, a questioner, and a sower of hope.
The owner of Lotus 9 Studio, specializing in orthopedic massage and Mattes assisted stretching, she is also the founder and director of the Kentucky Initiative, whose mission is " to identify and support candidates for the Kentucky House of Representatives who are committed to the economic advancement and health and wellbeing of all Kentuckians."
"I love a challenge and I am pretty good at puzzles."
August 2, 2018
Join Paul and his latest guest, Haven Harrington.
Haven is one of the creative forces behind the "World's Most Dangerous Sports SHow", the Main Events Sports Show
A member of the Black Media Collaborative, National Association of Black Journalist, and the Football Writers Association of America, Haven is also very active in the community and is member of numerous boards and civi organizations.
July 26, 2018
Join Paul and his latest guest, Gil Reyes.
Gil is a co-founder and Co-Artistic Director of theatre and has been Senior Manager of External Affairs at The Kentucky Science Center, Director of Development for StageOne Family Theatre, and served six years in the office of Kentucky’s Third District Congressman, John Yarmuth.
He is also a Moth storyteller: