Confessions of the Creative Soul
The talk show with a Boho vibe of conversations with "artistes", who the host describes as "those who are their Art", discussing the cosmology of creativity, sharing their creative journey, their work, and issues of the day. Laid back vibe and an homage to the era of the Beatniks, the Avant-garde, and the Bohemians when creativity flowed through the streets and in the air in NYC. Hosted, produced, and edited by native New Yorker conservatory trained actor, playwright, director, producer, cultural activist, and filmmaker Stephanie Lynn Wilson.
November 30, 2019: "Even though you just got started it seems like you had the show for 15 years. This is a really good show; a damn good show!"-Dave Colding, Musician
L. Sidney Fortner shares her creative journey and talks about the Bohemian life while living on Bleeker Street and in a Soho loft in the 70's and 80's and about the upcoming East Village themed Short Play Festival that she is producing.
She's the friendly hooker "Casey" in the horror cult classic "Basket Case", and starred with Divine in the campy play "Women Behind Bars". Beverly Bonner shares conversation and laughs as she talks about how it all began and what's she's been up to lately...
Reboot of the very first episode after the pilot aired with Actor, Choreographer, Poet, Painter Noel Hall. He's since been to Cuba, taught a dance class in Wisconsin, and has an exhibition of his work in which Host/Producer Stephanie Lynn Wilson will read from his choreo-poem "Snapshots in Transit"...
Open Mic Tribute for Arts Icon Steve Cannon by his creative family. Kara O'Connell, Nikki Johnson, Poonam Srivastava, Luciann Berrios, and Melanie Goodreaux share fond memories about the life of Steve Cannon in this very heartfelt tribute. They share their photo and video memories.
Poonam Srivastava discusses her life traveling the world, her creative journey, New York's dying underground arts scene, and the loss of mutual friend and East Village Arts Icon Steve Cannon.