I close out the fifth season of the show by chatting with Emily Perez and Jessilee Windhaus, the founders of Empire Arts Collective. Their website describes the collective as providing, “support for performing artists to collaborate, learn, and share resources.”
In this episode of the show I chat with Jessie and Emily about not knowing how to be quiet; how to tell if Wes Anderson is for you or not; the amazing set designs used in theater productions; how the desire to create partnerships lead to the founding their collective; why would you need to try any harder when you’re doing good enough (we’re talking 90%); the need to have a sense of entitlement balanced by a strong work ethic; their practice of collaborating without making it a competition; and when we will be starting our “Pie Cast” podcast.
Thank you for listening, Listeners, and thank you for sharing, Sharers, to my conversation with Emily Perez and Jessilee Windhaus of Empire Arts Collective. Be sure to follow them Instagram and Twitter.
Thank you to each and every one of my guests that stopped by for the fifth season of the show. I have so much gratitude to you, the listener of my podcast.
“Hungaria” by Latché Swing
“The Silent Orchestra” by Hamilton Leithauser