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Cleaning Up, One Way or Another Am I Old Yet? — Comedy audio drama

Send us a Text Message. Remember how Helen discovered in Season 6 that she could blow litter up into the outer atmosphere, with a single puff of her magic breath? Well, apparently the Institude for Digitised Research in Atlanta, Georgia, is still working on the project to collect it into capsules and shoot it all into the sun.  This Bonus episode introduces Australian actress and director, Suzanne Little, to the team. Suzanne also happens to be Associate Professor, Theatre Studies, School of Performing Arts, and Director – Performance of the Real Research Theme at the  University of Otago | Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo Dunedin | Ōtepoti Yes, we're are a classy mob here at TMT! Also in this episode, introducing "Popaganda" the podcast that takes a deep dive into hosts Tashmica Torok and Shannon Perez-Darby's love of transformative justice, pop culture and where the two meet. Support the Show. AIR New Voices Amplify Spotify Playlist featuring a ‘Best of’ collection from the 16 podcast fellows, of whom I am one! Transcripts are available at the dedicated podcast website if your podcast app doesn't provide them. Please leave a comment or review at The music featured in Seasons 6, to 9 is from "In The Labyrinth" by John T LaBarbera, available on Spotify Thanks for listening. Stay safe.
  1. Cleaning Up, One Way or Another
  2. About the Voice and other Thoughts
  3. About the New Podcast
  4. When a Good Plan Comes Together
  5. Trees for Houses
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★★★★★ "Just what is old? You can’t help but love the lead character Helen as she tries to dodge the, “Are you alrights,” from her family and she searches for the true meaning of the word “Old”Flloyd is a master of timing and voices. Really enjoyable."

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★★★★★ "Clever tales in a unique woman's voice. Flloyd’s mini-dramas are refreshing, witty and cleanly done. Acerbic yet sweet, like a fresh lemonade."

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★★★★★ Very interesting. Nice stories and nice delivery.  Looking forward to more.  (Fun 1894, US)

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"I have just found this piece of genius. What a talented performer Flloyd is. Some versatile acting provides us with four different and equally believable characters and the piece is written with truth and pathos. Beautiful editing too, I recommend it. And Flloyd, old? Never!" Sarah Macdonald

“Absolutely wonderful, almost sounds as if it was written by a real writer.” Bill Cooke, (who is even more twisted than Flloyd).