That'll Play Podcast Welcomes Jessica Howell; Talks Work in Theatre & on MASTERS OF SEX
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Matt and John also ask Jessica about her experiences at the Cannes Film Festival promoting two feature films called "Courting Chaos and "Pull Away". Jessica also shares her comedic side in the web series "Girls on The Street" and her current theater run in "The Max Factor Factor," at the NoHo Arts Center in Los Angeles.
ABOUT THAT'LL PLAY
The show is hosted by two creative professionals that have been friends for 10 years who started the podcast to provide a creative outlet to express their thoughts on the topics they are passionate about. They also involve guests in the creative field to interview and give a broader insight into their respective industries. Episodes focus on film, music, sports and all things pop culture. That'll Play with Matt and John can be found on iTunes and Stitcher. You can also get past episodes on their website.
ABOUT THAT'LL PLAY HOSTS
"Hey listeners. I'm John Nuzzi, Co-host of That'll Play. This is my quick sell on myself so the pressure is on to impress you. I will have to make this bio longer then a Tweet unfortunately, so focus hard. If you can handle the light reading then lean in and get comfortable with the next few paragraphs about my thoughts, background and accomplishments...
I was born, raised and currently reside on Long Island, the next door neighbor of the greatest city in the world, New York City. New York City is the only place in the world where it smells like millions of dollars and homeless people at the same exact time. It's got everything you would possibly want in the typical metropolis environment, with the exception of winning sports franchises. The greatest city in the world's teams shouldn't be losing to B market teams from the middle of no where. That's my motivation for getting this podcast going, folks. I want New York and it's residents to have something to root for again.