27 episodes

In which we crawl out of the pandemic hole via goofy and growth-centric conversation

Hollis Makes A Phone Call R.H. Wilhoit

    • Personal Journals
    • 4.9, 11 Ratings

In which we crawl out of the pandemic hole via goofy and growth-centric conversation

    Hollis Makes A Phone Call, Ep. 27. Kristen Altoro

    Hollis Makes A Phone Call, Ep. 27. Kristen Altoro

    In which we’re strangers diving into each other’s brains headfirst. What a treat. CW: Mental health/treatment.

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Hollis Makes A Phone Call, Ep. 26. Josh Gleeson

    Hollis Makes A Phone Call, Ep. 26. Josh Gleeson

    In which we riff riff riff, get a little real about our friendship, discuss parenthood, and pretty much just gush. This is a deeply felt, precious one, my friends. Enjoy.

    • 59 min
    Hollis Makes A Phone Call, Ep. 25. Mark Johnson

    Hollis Makes A Phone Call, Ep. 25. Mark Johnson

    In which we talk music, new skills, skating through the Kansas City scene the best we can, give thanks to our partners in crime, and play the meanest game of ping-pong you’ve ever heard.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Hollis Makes A Phone Call, Ep. 24. Bonnie Griffin

    Hollis Makes A Phone Call, Ep. 24. Bonnie Griffin

    In which we discuss ghosts, self image, mini-crafts, idols, and stranger cats in and out of trashbags.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Hollis Makes A Phone Call, Ep. 23. Kaitlin Gould

    Hollis Makes A Phone Call, Ep. 23. Kaitlin Gould

    “And now, for something completely different...” in which we revisit early approaches to theatre, our insecurities, and come to terms with the fact that this WILL be over. Someday.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Hollis Makes A Phone Call, Ep. 22. Sally Farrand

    Hollis Makes A Phone Call, Ep. 22. Sally Farrand

    In which there’s a break from all the silence, too long of an intro, puzzles, record-painting, and an overall smile of a conversation.

    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

G P Irvin ,

So You

Hollis, I just found this on Facebook. What a great thing and so you11.
Wish you could do one with your grandpa. This should go far as they are amazing. Have only listened to your Dad, but will do some later. Love

Fab rocker gurl ,

YES. Just yes.

Love love LOVE listening. One of the things I love is that even if you don’t necessarily know the people on this podcast or know what they’re talking about regarding their personal relationship between them and Hollis, you still get something from it personally. Especially during this time, this podcast brings a sense of connection. It’s not audience focused very much at all, which is unique. Real issues and experiences are talked about. I love that there are some great laughs and also some very deep stuff. I so enjoy this.

nerdnachos61 ,

There isn’t a kinder soul

Hollis is one of a kind. This podcast is so easy to listen to and just the medicine I need to help me through this tough time.

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