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Episode 208 – The Accidentally and Incredibly Brave, Maddie Corman
I don’t know that I could have done it.
But, then again, I’m not Maddie Corman.
As you’ll hear in my intro to this podcast, I’ve known about Maddie Corman since I was a teenager. Chances are, you have too. After all, she has been in over 25 films, including Some Kind of Wonderful and A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.
But all that could never have prepared her for the real-life drama she was dragged into a few years ago.
She came out the other side of it and, then, she decided to write about it . . . and perform it . . . in a play called Accidentally Brave.
And you know what? I KNOW I could not have done it.
Maddie and I talked about how she got the courage to do what many in the world would not, as well as . . .
- How sharing trauma is a powerful tool for storytelling.
- The process of how she created her one-person show . . . and how you can create one too.
- How to tell the difference between an actor and someone who just wants to be famous.
- Just who deserves to be sent an invitation to your first reading.
- Why you need friends who will give you honest feedback and not just tell you how great your shows is.
Enjoy the podcast!
And this week’s #SongwriterOfTheWeek is Misha Lambert! If you enjoyed the outro song in this episode, go on over to https://mishalambert.com/ or check her out on Instagram & Twitter @mishalambert.
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