In this episode, Kate and Ophidian invite special guest Liberty Rose into the conversation! Ophidian talks about his experience at Welterweight Wrestling & what it was like in that locker room. Kate and Rose also elaborate on the Broad St Burlesque intern program and what it means to them!
In this episode, Kate and Ophidian focuses on Kate's diagnosis of borderline personality and how it effects their work, career, and home life. Discussion is had about everything from symptoms to psychiatric hospitals to how managing Kate's BPD has helped them learn to be a more successful team in their day to day.
In this episode, Kate and Ophidian are joined by Canadian burlesque performer/producer Holly Von Sinn [aka Kate's Canadian Clown Girlfriend] to talk about what it's like performing all over the world and exchange stories and anecdotes from the road. An inevitable conversation about violence in sports and the politics of burlesque follows.
In this episode, Kate & Ophidian discuss what its like to embark on a massive theatrical production. We talk the details of seeking sponsorship, the inclusion of the LGBTQIA+/Gaming/Nerd community, and creating a show that has never existed before. Also, we are sick. Sorry.
In this episode, Ophidian discusses the choice he made to occupy a space between reality and fantasy; Kate offers her opinion on navigating that world he built, as well as discusses what it was like to craft her own space of absurdity and equality on social media.
In this episode, Ophidian and Kate discuss the inner workings of Chikara's secret season, and what it's like for Ophidian to go from wrestling performer to trainer and costume designer. Also, they are both members of the #Xyberflock.
In this episode, Kate and Ophidian discuss the balance of their personal and professional lives in relation to their marriage, their business, and Kate's most recent opportunity discussing burlesque history and psychology at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Also, National Pro Wrestling Day is February 4th!
In this episode, Kate and Ophidian discuss the how history of Burlesque and Pro Wrestling have affected public perception of the art forms. They also discuss how they've had to work and build around these public perceptions. Individually, Ophidian talks about creating the Wrestle Factory documentary "DEMYSTIFY" and how its helping break the impressions the public has about training in Pro Wrestling.
In this episode, Kate and Ophidian discuss the how and why they started Closet Champion. Ophidian talks about working a day job while trying to start the business, Kate discusses what all goes into running your own company, and they both lament the arduous process of going through client's emails. Happy New Year!