38: Sounds from the Homework Release Party

Hear the sounds from my Trusty Correspondent Heidi’s trip to LA for the Homework Release Party.

Heidi with Darren Criss

Heidi with some guy she met in an alley.

Hear the episode here: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ibjdi-84fbc5

Here’s the Computer Games set from Wednesday, December 13:

And here’s the live stream from the Homework show:

If you love Heidi’s t-shirt, you can buy one here:

If you want the shirt Heidi gave Darren on my behalf (that Chuck called “awesome”) you can get one here:

And if you want to celebrate your love of Homework, I made this shirt too:

And there are a bunch of other things available in my shop:

You can donate to The Criss Project here.
And if you do, let me know on Twitter and be entered to win an Elsie Fest 2017 package.
Review the podcast on iTunes to be entered to win a Darren Criss t-shirt.

Coming Monday, February 12: Sounds of Broadwaycon


37: Fangirling about Crazy Ex-Girlfriend with Dr. Drama

This episode is a little bit different from my normal format. I talk to Dr. Drama about Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. We discuss all the mental health issues addressed on the show as well as how much we love the musical numbers, the feminism, the diversity, and the great writing.

Professional pic

Alisa Hurwitz is Dr. Drama

SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers are discussed through Season 3 Episode 7

TRIGGER WARNING: Serious mental health issues that come up on the show are discussed. A more specific warning is given on the podcast after the spoiler warning (as some of the trigger warnings are spoilers) so you can listen safely up to that point and make your decision from there.

If you are in need of assistance with a mental health issue, here are some resources suggested by Dr. Drama (who is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in the State of New Hampshire.)

https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/            800-273-8255


You can listen to the episode here: https://elsiecast.podbean.com/e/37-the-clinical-side-of-crazy-ex-girlfriend-with-dr-drama/

And here are some of the musical numbers we discussed on the show:

Jap Rap Battle features friend of the podcast Curt Mega!

Don’t forget to check out my shop.

Find me at Broadwaycon! There will be a prize for the first person I see wearing one of my products. I’ll also have ribbons and candy to share, and I’ll be doing on the spot interviews for the 2/12 episode.

Coming up on the podcast:

1/29: Sounds from the Homework Release Concert with my Trusty Correspondent

2/12: Sounds of Broadwaycon

And there’s still time to give to The Criss Project (donations to The Trevor Project in honor of Darren’s 31st birthday).

Episode 6: Broadway Masters

In Episode 6, I talk to Marcus Lovingood, Producer of Broadway Masters and founder of Lovingood Studios, about his new series of master classes available online.

Listen to Episode 6 here.

Marcus tells about some of the masters, including Elsie alums Laura Osnes and Linsday Mendez, and some of the tips and tricks you can learn from Broadway Masters that you would otherwise have to get from life experience. And he offers a discount code only for listeners!

And I talk about the birth of The Sticker Fairy! If you would like to become a Sticker Fairy, email me: elsiefestpodcast@gmail.com and I’ll hook you up.

Finally, there’s still time to buy a t-shirt from The Criss Project. The Criss Project is trying to raise $3,000 for The Trevor Project in honor of Darren Criss’s 30th birthday, which is coming up on February 5th.

Donate here: 

Buy your shirt here: https://represent.com/tcp30rock Here’s a picture I took of mine.