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Dance And Stuff

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Best friends from high school and mavens of the dance and performance world, Reid Bartelme and Jack Ferver host this award winning podcast with fascinating guests. Topics include dance and stuff.

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VVVV important people chatting about dance and things and thoughts. You do not need to be a dancer or even LIKE dance to enjoy these two smart sprites get to WERK. In fact, best if you hate dance. Not really. Maybe? Always the best way to learn something new via best friends chatting about things they love and also might hate. GET INTO IT!

I’m not a dancer, but I’m not not a dancer.

I accidentally found this podcast through Instagram when seeing a photo of Jack Ferver and recognizing him from strangers with candy. Reid I fell in love with instantly! They have incredible chemistry and are so funny and interesting. I love learning about the inner workings of dance, design, production, and choreography, but it’s also incredible to learn about the gross underbelly of dance culture run by the Herero normative and high society.


I love listening to Reid and Jack talk about dance and stuff. If you are into the dance world at all you will appreciate their frank takes on dance stuff, like the recent Jewels performances at the LCF. They talk with an openness that sends praise out to the praiseworthy and doesn't gloss over and ignore *ahem* shortcomings. Their interactions with their guests are also fabulous. Give them a listen! Can someone please sponsor them so they can get better mics or some sound foam for their space so it sounds a teensy bit less low-fi? I mean, it is charming, but better audio quality would make it easier for my husband and probably other people to listen.

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