Episode 26: The Return of Steve Weiser
We’re making history on this week’s episode of See, Here’s the Thing. Steve Weiser, executive director of the Erie Philharmonic, returns to the program to become the first guest to EVER appear our on show twice. He’s getting something cool like a pin…or a coupon for a free Frosty.
In Episode 26, Kate, Patrick and Steve talk about a possible concert version of “My Fair Lady” with Colin Firth, Joe Maganiello’s casting as Deathstroke, “Beauty and the Beast” concept art, and the #SaveNelly controversy. Patrick somehow gets on to the topic of “wongs,” and Kate and Steve can’t seem to save him.
We start a Android vs. iPhone war with the release of iOS 10, underscored with Samsung Notes exploding in the background. Xbox and Playstation do their best to compete in the video game realm with new systems, and Steve cherishes his “Bro’s Gold” iPhone.
We’ll get an in-depth look at the Erie Philharmonic’s 2016-2017 season, which features the Beat Beethoven 5K, the music of Danny Elfman, Demarre Gill, and definitely NOT Ken Jeong. We’ll also hear about the renovations to the historic Warner Theatre, and the possibility of a concert version of “The Lord of the Rings.”
To learn more about the Erie Philharmonic, please visit them at eriephil.org.
Episode 27: The Little Prince Review
We’re baaaaa-aaaack! And we’re raring to go with a review of the poignantly sweet Netflix film “The Little Prince.” Kate & Patrick fawn over the gorgeous animated flick which features the vocal talents of Jeff Bridges, Rachel McAdams, James Franco, and more…plus with music by Hans Zimmer, how can you lose?
The main focus of the episode lies in the unorganized chaos which is Episode 27. Our duo (sort of) presents a few choice news clips from the past two weeks, highlighting the Pirates 5 trailer, a recent still from the live-action Beauty and the Beast, and the green-lighting of the Jon Favreau directed Lion King remake.
But wait…there’s more! You’ll also get Patrick’s take on the plot of Twilight, which may or may not have spawned a film called “Twilight: Don’t Go Staking My Heart.” Kate also gets in on the fake movie business, offering up her nautical romance called “Don’t Stand on My Oyster.”