It’s 2019! Kayla and Carisa do an episode of Shezam… Live on Facebook! You can watch the full video on Facebook complete with some mild language and hysterics, or listen to the cleaned up audio version! Facebook Video
Happy Holidays from Shezam! This week Carisa and Kayla talk about what it’s like to be a performer around the Holidays, and recount some of their Holiday performance memories!
Warning: This episode touches on some difficult topics. Forget the drunkasode, it’s the exhaustasode! Carisa and Kayla catch up, give updates on past episodes, and try to make flights on time with the help of amazing new luggage. Away Luggage
Warning: This episode veers into some difficult topics. This week Carisa and Kayla interview “The foul-mouth buxom godmother of LA burlesque,” Lili VonSchtupp! Lili’s Twitter Boobdini’s Twitter Lili’s Facebook Boobdini Website Vote Lili (NSFW)
Carisa and Kayla sit down with Magician Handsome Jack and chat about something most people take for granted, scripting! – Handsome Jack – Ask Alexander – Screenplay Formatter for Google Docs
This week we have a VERY special interview, Virginia Hankins! WARRIOR. SIREN. ARCHER. WOMAN. KNIGHT. The redheaded living legend famous for her extraordinary life and adventures as a modern day lady knight inspiring the spirit of imagination and adventure in all that she meets. http://www.virginiahankins.com/
This episode talks about some potentially triggering subject matter.
We are constantly asked why there are so few women in magic. The answer is complex and nuanced because it is made up of many different reasons. These are many little things that are keeping women away from magic and many people are likely unaware. In an effort to draw attention to these little things we have posted the hashtag “part of the problem”. One example that has received some attention is the ongoing popularity of sexual explicit images of women used in a recent sting of “porn memes” that has popped up on a comedy forum for magicians. We are proud to be a part of magic right now, when so many are so interested in the support of women in magic and a move towards greater gender equality. If you see something you believe is contributing to the lack of women in the art of magic please use the #partoftheproblem to draw attention to the issue without judgment or disrespect. Most people don’t realize how these little things taken together make a big impact.