Ventriloquist and former corporate executive David Crone joins Matt for an in-depth discussion on the struggles and triumphs of going from working for a one-time Fortune 500 company to performing full time. If you’re thinking of going full-time with your show, this is a must listen! [ayssocial_buttons id=”1″]  

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Renowned Corporate entertainer Tom Crowl joins host Matt Bailey in a gripping discussion about comedy and the corporate world. Tom is also the purveyor of learn-ventriloquism.com and talks about the modern-day educational course he offers to ventriloquists. [ayssocial_buttons id=”1″]

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Ventriloquism Weekly was proud to welcome our very first International guest, Neale Bacon, in October of 2013. Join Neale and Matt for an enthralling discussion about performing family-friendly vent in Canada. That and so much more with Canada’s Favourite Family Ventriloquist! [ayssocial_buttons id=”1″]

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In Part 1 of an hour-long interview, New York ventriloquist Pete Michaels speaks candidly about his career and thoughts on this art form. Pete is open and honest with Matt in an interview no one should miss! [ayssocial_buttons id=”1″]  

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High Schooler Rob Condas shares with us how his passion for ventriloquism and theatre blend into a love for the entertainment arts. Check out some behind the scenes stuff here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOf0kPbN1zk&feature=youtu.be [ayssocial_buttons id=”1″]

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Jay Johnson talks with Matt about his unique journey in Ventriloquism. From sit-com star to winning a Tony Award for his Broadway show, Jay Johnson’s career is unlike any other in the field. Fitting for our New York City debut from September 2013, enjoy this conversation with Tony Award winner Jay Johnson! [ayssocial_buttons id=”1″]

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Today, two of ventriloquism’s most original thinkers join Matt in person at the former Hamner Barber Theater in Branson, Missouri. Jim Barber is a musical ventriloquist who headlined in Branson for 10 years. Since this interview in August 2013, he is semi-retired from performing to become more active in Branson politics. Barber is making sure […]

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Character creator extraordinaire Steve Axtell joins Matt for a conversation about starting a small business that blossomed into one of the most well-known puppet and entertainment service companies in existence. [ayssocial_buttons id=”1″]

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“If you’re good, people will pay to see you.”-Terry Fator Ventriloquism Weekly is honored to welcome Terry Fator to the program. We are proud to offer an episode with over a half an hour of conversation with one of the most talented people on the planet. Terry speaks candidly with Matt about his life in […]

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