WE GIVE YOU A GLIMPSE INTO THE PERFORMERS MINDSET and REVEAL THE PERSON BEHIND THE PERSONA!
The Performance Industry has been negatively affected by #covid19
more than most. Performers rely on audiences, venues, crews, travel +. They rely on being able to showcase their skills and perform to entertain YOU.
Our mission to give Performers a platform to share their stories. Their highs/lows, struggles/successes and uncover what it takes to harness, control, and use our personal skill-sets to achieve ultimate success. Even under adverse conditions.
Get Ready to Spill it!
Alyss Groce Talks XMA, Anime, and Stunt Doubling in Coming to America 2
Alyss Groce is a World Champion Martial Artist, Cheerleader, and Stunt Actor. Alyss holds a deep passion for cheer, tumbling, and stunt performance both on stage and on screen.
Our spotlight is on the SAG-AFTRA Foundation.
The SAG-AFTRA Foundation provides vital assistance and educational programming to the professionals of SAG-AFTRA while serving the public at large through its signature children’s literacy program Storyline Online®. They believe in a world where all artists can realize their dreams and children are empowered to create their own. To learn more or access resources visit sagaftra.foundation If you can, give and if you need support...reach out.
Lorna Craig talks Acting strategies, the Industry and Creating Work / Life Balance
Lorna Craig is known for TV roles on Scottish soap opera 'River City', has worked with comedian Greg Hemphill for a decade, and has starred in critically acclaimed short films 'Gasping', 'Shell' and 'Trout'. An accomplished theatre actress too, her credits include Juliet in 'Romeo and Juliet' and The Bride in 'Blood Wedding'. Lorna trained at the prestigious Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She is passionate about mentoring and supporting young creatives.
Olivia Rando talks Martial Arts Tricking, and her Mission to Get More Girls Involved in the Sport
Olivia Rando is 25x World Champion Martial Artist, Adrenaline Pro Athlete, and Founder of Trick Like a Girl.
She began her karate journey at the age of 5, and by the age of 9, had begun traveling the world to compete in NASKA, WKC, and WAKO. Through martial arts competitions, Olivia discovered tricking and has grown to love it. Passionate to increase awareness and give recognition to female trickers, she created the Trick Like a Girl movement. Her goal is to inspire and encourage more girls to participate in the sport.
Our Spotlight is on The SAG-AFTRA Foundation!
The SAG-AFTRA Foundation provides vital assistance and educational programming to the professionals of SAG-AFTRA while serving the public at large through its signature children’s literacy program Storyline Online®.
They believe in a world where all artists can realize their dreams and children are empowered to create their own.
To learn more or access resources visit sagaftra.foundation
If you can, give and if you need support...reach out.
Photo credit: Hyperma
Maddie Ross talks New Music, LGBTQ2+, Ally-Ship and Being Confidently You!
Described “The Best DIY Rockstar You’ve Never Heard of” by Billboard, her self-released debut album went on to be named billboard.com's #5 Best Album of 2019.
Maddie Ross began writing and releasing songs in 2014 upon discovering her queer identity. Until that time, Ross hadn’t seen liking girls as something cute or romantic because she had no model for it. She's stated that “Growing up, the word ‘lesbian’ meant something shameful at worst, and tolerable at best. It became her mission to release music showing feminine, powerful queer women in a fun, positive light.” Ross’s inclusive lyrics and upbeat music have been praised for filling the gap in representation that she lacked in her own youth.
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Our spotlight is on MusiCares.
MusiCares understands that members of the LGBTQIA+ community may face challenges in obtaining medical treatment, such as discrimination from medical providers or insurance companies.
They've noted that elevating LGBTQIA+ people in music is much bigger than any song, artist, or album. It's about providing tangible aid to a marginalized community.
That's why MusiCares Health & Human Services Team hosts programming—both virtually and in-person— Year-round; which tackles the needs of the music community as well as, offering financial, mental health support, and addiction recovery assistance for those who qualify.
To learn more or access resources visit https://www.musicares.org/get-help
If you can, give and if you need support...reach out.
Pascale Mullor (aka Petit PatapOn Nunchaku) talks Nunchucks, Motivation and Mindset
Joining us in the virtual Spill it! studio is the incredible nunchaku practitioner, Pascale Mullor better known as “Petit PatapOn”. When Pascale began her nunchaku journey, she did not have a martial arts background. Unaware of the rules, she focused on the freedom of expression, creativity and artistic experience that the nunchaku provided.
With a love of Poi and the Devil sticks, Pascale viewed the nunchaku from an artistic point of view and as a means to express herself. Her desire to challenge herself and become the person she knew she could be, drove her to train more than 10 hours per week for the first 2 years.
Pascale would love to see freestyle nunchaku become a discipline embraced the world over, because the personal benefits are so widespread; improving dexterity, creativity, concentration, equilibrium, and allowing those who use them to realize and reveal their own artistic style.
Disclaimer: This episode has been recorded in the french language. Without knowledge of french, listening may result in temporary confusion followed by a deep desire to learn a new language.
Tom Cochrane talks life on the highway and the road to success!
It's a Mad Mad World, because today, joining us in the virtual Spill it! Studio is 8x Juno Award winner, Canadian Music Hall of Fame Member, singer-songwriter ...Tom Cochrane! Tom's iconic career began with Red Rider and has spanned over 4 decades, beginning in the pubs, rough neck bars, and coffeehouses. Life is a Highway, and Tom will tell you that the highway has been a good teacher to him.
Like a blank canvas, the possibilities are endless. If you're ready to Get Back Up and play in the Big Leagues...stay tuned as this episode is for you.
Throughout his career, Tom has thrown his support behind a wide range of worthy causes like World Vision. World Vision is a global relief, development, and advocacy organization. They partner with children, families, and their communities to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.
World Vision’s COVID-19 response has already reached more than 50 million people. Their goal is 72 million. Visit donate.worldvision.ca Let's make this happen together!