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The UnDad Podcast EP 25: What if people want to bring their own dogs?

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Ainsley and Jezebel

In this episode, I speak with Ainsley Hillyard and Jezebel about sharing the stage, pooping on stage, their sci fi show ‘Jezebel, at the Still Point’, how to extrapolate your verteron exit vector, and the deep and tangible love that people have for their pets. Show details below:

Jezebel, at the Still Point
Created & Performed by Ainsley Hillyard & Jezebel the Dog
Presented as part of The Roxy Performance Series
Runs from Tuesday October 9 2018 to Sunday October 21 2018
The Roxy on Gateway – 8529 Gateway Blvd.

This episode is powered by ATB and sponsored by the Alberta Podcast Network.  Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and production help. Thanks to Caitlynn Legris for her recording and vocal talents for the new intro intro. Also, many thanks to the super talented Nathaniel Sutton (@defendtherhino) for the use of ‘Fugitive’ as a theme song. Additional danke to Josh Woodward for the background tracks on the ads. And hey, if you like this episode, you could always buy me a coffee.

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