Talk’n Pop: Aaron George

Last time, we reset, but now the hotseat is BACK: it’s the return of the Talk’n Pop interview! Cultured sophisticates Jenny and Tim boldly welcome noted thespian and celebrated playwright Aaron George to the show as a true bucket list guest. And no quarter was asked, no quarter given for the Quebecois superstar who divulges all! While our discussion is centered on Aaron’s… shall-we-say, dramatic vocation, it proves to be a whirlwind journey in true TnP fashion. Amongst our many highlights, enjoy:

*Reality-warping Canadian geography
*The motivating power of spite
*Septuagenarian sex pervert theater school instructors
*Hard times for Cobra High Command
*Theater community snobbery
*The worst stage production of Aaron’s career*Baz Luhrmann’s William’s Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet*The cross-generational appeal of William Shakespeare

*Balancing your passions with paying the bills
*Keeping a level head in paranoid timesTo no great surprise, we also landed squarely in some existential musings, exploring the supposed nobility of pursuing one’s passions, goal fulfillment, and what comes next when you’ve got a lot of living left and ambition to spare. We were positively delighted to talk all this frou-frou bullshit with our friend Aaron and proud to share that conversation with you! Aaron is a principal contributor to the North-South Connection podcast and can be heard regularly on such illustrious shows as The Year That Was, No Holds Barred, TNA Never Dies, and Now Entering the Rumble. Subscribe today at

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