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Can't Stop brings all creative people together through the discussion of the things that are easy to talk about, but may be difficult to define. It's a place for listeners to learn about creativity, art, and process through the diverse guests on the show that come from all practices, occupations, and industries. And there's some fun games along the way, too.
 
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Chuck Hoffman has been working in Information Technology since 1983. His expertise lies in IT Service Operations which means he manages the team that keeps the enterprise up and running. We discuss teamwork, customer service, problem solving, and how ideas can come out of the most unforeseen circumstances. Given his entire career has evolved in par…
 
Christopher Zander is a Music Director currently working in NYC. In addition to music directing, he works as a piano accompanist for voice lessons and auditions for musical theatre. We discuss the line that’s drawn between just “doing your job” versus finding moments to contribute and collaborate with the artist you're accompanying. We also explore…
 
For all of us out there chasing our dreams, there’s nothing more helpful then getting advice and gathering encouragement from the most “successful” people out there. And we all have Raji Ahsan to thank for being the one that has the balls to gather it for us. I use the word “successful” in quotes, as you’ll learn from watching his show “Making Brew…
 
On this special Mother’s Day edition of Can’t Stop, we sat down with my Mom, Kim Hoffman, to discuss how the challenges, communications, and decisions that come along with being a Mother can be explored through principles of creativity. We discovered some of those same challenges in the conversation itself as we were sensitive to the fact that ever…
 
Brian Schroeck is the perfect example of an all-around artist who knows who he is and only brings the positive out of others. His primary background is in photography but he has explored cinematography, music (production & instrumental), sound production, video editing, and he currently teaches digital art to high school students in the city of Chi…
 
Dr. Ethan Fried opens the APDIM Chief Residents Meeting every year and has done so for the past 11 years. His Plenary Session introduces the “Life Cycle of a Chief Resident” and he is faced with the responsibility of exciting over 800 Chief Residents from the medical field about their upcoming milestone in their career. Dr. Ethan Fried currently se…
 
Madeline Weinstein exploded out of Northwestern University finding herself acting on Broadway in The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard alongside Maggie Gyllenhaal, Ewan McGregor, and Cynthia Nixon. Following Broadway, she worked at the Steppenwolf Theater in Chicago on a play written by and starring Tracy Letts. At the time of our conversation, Madeline j…
 
Teresa Lotz discusses her recent writing projects which include musicals and plays. How does one's process change from composing for one musical and then writing script for a play? We talk about the differences in writing partners as well as how her voice has revealed itself over time in social, political, and personal matters. We also tackle how t…
 
Matthew WJ Mitchell shares his recent development on his solo show called “Where the Hell Have You Been?” being produced at The People’s Improv Theater (aka The PIT) in New York City. He’s a graduate of the PIT’s improv training program which through his improv teams has brought him across the country in numerous improv festivals. We discuss how cr…
 
Marie Lemon shares her experiences from the National Tour of Elf: the Musical playing the role of Emily. We discuss the challenges and benefits of everything from the performance schedule to collaborating with cast members of all ages and experience, and furthermore, how all of those things affect her creative approach as an actress. We also witnes…
 
John Hoffman talks about the final Weekend Nachos show in Chicago and the band's creative process in writing and recording in the past 12 years. We also debate the sensitivities found in analysis and judgement in art school, and how that has fueled some artists and discouraged others. We also find out he doesn't know his favorite movie of all time …
 
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