In The Moment ... May 9, 2017 Show 089 Hour 2
Colt Romberger’s father served in Vietnam, and it changed his life forever. Colt is currently journeying across the United States on horseback to raise awareness about Vietnam veterans and exposure to Agent Orange. He joins us from the road to talk about remembering the courage of his father, his dad’s advice before Colt deployed to Iraq, and how one man’s journey can serve thousands.
David Scherer and Brendan Atkinson join us to discuss community theatre in South Dakota ahead of the Gold Camp Players production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” at the Homestake Opera House in Lead. We talk about gathering the courage to audition, and how theatre promotes kindness, community, and creativity.
SDPB contributor Hugh Weber is the host of The Potluck Society. This week we talk about improv as a metaphor for life, shedding the burdens of youth in order to embrace authenticity, and how giving a problem a little room to breathe can change a situation forever.