Episode 2 - Playwriting with Marcia Johnson and Steven Elliott Jackson
Stage Presence! The Podcast for Community Theatre artists and emerging theatre artists to take their craft to the next stage. Today we are talking about playwriting. My guest are playwrights Marcia Johnson and Steven Elliott Jackson. Marcia has been a theatre artist in Toronto for over thirty years. Her latest play, Serving Elizabeth premiered in February 2020 at Western Canada Theatre followed by a run at Thousand Islands Playhouse. Steven is an award-winning playwright and AD of Minmar Gaslight Productions. His play, The Seat Next To The King won Best New Play and Patron's Pick at The Toronto Fringe in 2017. The Seat Next To The King was published by Scirocco Press in April 2018. SHOW LINKS "Serving Elizabeth" By Marcia Johnson https://www.canadianplayoutlet.com/products/serving-elizabeth-by-marcia-johnson "The Seat Next to the King" By Steven Elliott Jackson https://www.jgshillingford.com/shop-books/the-seat-next-to-the-king/ Toronto Cold Reads https://tjcdesign.wixsite.com/torontocoldreads David Newberry Music http://www.davidnewberrymusic.com/ BurlOak Theater Group www.botg.ca
Overcoming PTSD After Friendly-Fire of Famous NFL Player Pat Tillman with Steven Elliott
The Whole Person Podcast with Evan Herrman
In today's episode, we are joined by special guest, Steven Elliott, former U.S. Army Ranger. Steven Elliott discusses the events and death of Pat Tillman by friendly fire in Afghanistan as well as the fight to overcome PTSD and the hope for reconciliation. Steven Elliott is the author of "War Story" a memoir detailing his military service. Steven candidly shares his story with others so the message of hope and healing can be received by many.
Episode 93 - Recasner ICYMI, Dr. Ding Coronavirus Check-Up, & War Hero Steven Elliott Memorial Day Reunion
RUNDOWN The first segment of today's Memorial Day release episode is loaded with football chatter as the guys discuss the Seahawks latest roster moves and the implications of a proposed rule change. A four-pack of guests includes NBA veteran & broadcast analyst Eldridge Recasner, Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding, author of War Story Steven Elliott, & Movie Mogul Max. Topics discussed in the "Other Stuff" segment range from Scott's trip to the butcher, to Ryan Leaf, to Chuck E. Cheese. GUESTS Eldridge Recasner | NBA veteran & college hoops analyst Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding | Harvard Epidemiologist & Senior Fellow at Federation of American Scientists Steven Elliott | U.S. Army veteran Movie Mogul Max | Mitch's Son TABLE OF CONTENTS 20:30 | Notable 93s are nominated for episode naming rights of which one will be chosen as the winner at the conclusion of the show. 22:49 | Carlos Hyde is coming to Seattle to bolster the running back room after Devonta Freeman decided to pull the plug. 26:49 | Jadeveon Clowney is still available and the Hawks have remained idle. 33:08 | What do you make of the new NFL rule proposal which would add an alternative to the onside kick? 46:34 | GUEST: Eldridge Recasner shares his first-hand account of playing against the Jordan-led Chicago Bulls chronicled in The Last Dance. 1:06:59 | GUEST: Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding provides his current outlook for managing coronavirus and recommendations to stay safe. 1:29:22 | GUEST: Army veteran Steven Elliott returns to the show following his appearance on Episode 42 to discuss his continued emotional battle. 1:52:35 | GUEST: Movie Mogul Max makes his college selection of the University of Washington public after months of weighing his options. 2:12:22 | Scott swung by the local butcher for a steak, not an earful from a mask-less customer. 2:18:18 | Ryan Leaf has been arrested on a domestic battery charge adding to his troubled story. 2:21:01 | The governor of Pennsylvania is not pleased with Ben Roethlisberger posting photos online of his fresh haircut amidst ongoing mandated non-essential business closures. 2:21:58 | Mitch is doubling down on the prediction he made in Episode 92P of the outcome in Quinton Dunbar's criminal investigation. 2:27:34 | Chuck E. Cheese is rebranding its pizza to a new name within delivery apps as its germ-laden buildings remain closed. 2:30:00 | Rest in peace Roy Horn, Eddie Sutton, & Jerry Sloan.
Adam Torres interviews Steven Elliott Sr. Director of Business Development over Performance Marketing at Branded Entertainment Network
Money Matters Top Tips with Adam Torres
Adam Torres interviews Steven Elliott Sr. Director of Business Development over Performance Marketing at Branded Entertainment Network in this episode. Follow Adam on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/askadamtorres/ for up to date information on book releases and tour schedule. Apply to be interviewed by Adam on our podcast: https://www.moneymatterstoptips.com/podcastguest--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moneymatters/support
GUEST: Former Army Ranger and Author Steven Elliott
The UNPACKIN' it Podcast
BIO:Today's guest is former army ranger and author, Steven Elliott. He graduated from Oral Roberts in 2003 and three weeks later he began Army basic training at Fort Benning. Elliott became a member of the elite 75th Ranger Regiment and joins us to discuss his book, War Story - Sometimes the Real Fight Starts After the Battle. At its core, War Story is a dramatic personal encounter with war and faith, love and tragedy, and ultimate renewal. He's one of two Army Rangers considered likely to have tragically fired the shots that killed former NFL player, Pat Tillman.100% of the author's proceeds will be donated to serving the mental health needs of the military and veterans community. TOPICS:What led him to join the militaryThe Army Ranger experienceRelationship with Pat TillmanThe day Pat Tillman diedThe fight after the battleHow God changed him from the inside outThe key to recovering in marriage See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Steven and I chat about being a "good kid", becoming an Army Ranger, his role in the death of Pat Tillman, PTSD, and how the grace of God literally changed his heart. 4:15 Steven begins sharing his faith experience as a child and how he was a "good kid" "The lens I would describe a lot of my faith journey, I suppose, is through the lens of the prodigal son....In retrospect, as I grew up, I am a good rule follower. I can't stand it if people aren't approving of me. I viscerally need that...." Steven talks about pride and how the idea of do X and get Y was very appealing to him. "Going into the military in 2003, I was very much the older son in that story [prodigal son]." 7:55 Steven shares about joining the army in the wake of 9/11 and becoming a Ranger He describes how one becomes a Ranger in the Army. 11:32: Steven became a Ranger in the 2nd Ranger Battalion based at Ft. Lewis where he was assigned to his platoon. In his platoon were two brothers, Pat and Kevin Tillman. April 2004: Platoon sent to Afghan/Pakistan border to conduct combat operations (raids and patrols) 12:47: Steven explains what a raid and/or patrol looks like for a Ranger Unit. 15:22-27:40 Steven shares the details of April 22, 2004 "Once the smoke cleared our platoon had sustained 2 casualties (2 dead and 2 wounded). One of those that were killed was an Afghan military soldier....the other who was killed that day was Pat Tillman." 28:00Steven shares how the narrative surrounding Pat Tillman death varied greatly between the American media and what actually happened on the ground SHOW NOTES continued Steven Elliott's book: WAR STORY Elliott Fund __________________________________________ Follow Grace Enough Podcast on IG and FB __________________________________________ SPONSOR: Hope Threads This organization was founded by moms in north Raleigh, who have been inspired and motivated to join with highly resilient and talented refugees as they learn English, and develop marketable skills to support their families. These women come from countries with political turmoil, where they had to fight for the safety of their families. They’ve been given the opportunity to come to the United States and the challenges still exist, though they’ve changed face. Their children are generally thriving in school, though they lack the language skills to understand what’s being said in parent teacher conferences….or to know how to get their children proper medical care in the maze of a medical system. Multiple barriers exist that prevent these women from traditional employment opportunities, as most of them do not have cars to get them to work, the finances to pay for childcare, or the language skills to communicate and advocate for themselves. Hope Threads was born out of relationships formed over years of serving these women by teaching them English or caring for their children as they learn. They are graciously hosted by North Ridge Bible Chapel and have virtually no overhead costs, as volunteers teach sewing skills and care for children in a gospel centered children’s program. You can find them online at hope-Threads.com or on Instagram at hope.threads. Your purchase empowers a resilient woman as she acculturates, learns new skills, and supports her family. Please visit Hope Threads to view their catalog and/or sponsor a refugee woman.
Episode 327 Steven Elliott joined the military in 2003 and served as a member of the elite 75th Ranger Regiment. After being deployed to the Afghanistan/Pakistan border in 2004, Elliott found himself in the midst of an enemy ambush. He was one of four Rangers who mistook Pat Tillman's position for that of the enemy and fired there. He is one of two Rangers considered likely to have fired the fatal shots. Elliott served the remaining years of his enlistment and returned to civilian life in 2007. Tormented by remorse and PTSD in the aftermath of Tillman’s death, Elliott descended into the depths of guilt, alcoholism, and depression; lost his marriage and his faith; and struggled to stay alive. The war that began on foreign soil had followed him home. Elliott's story is depicted in the new book "WAR STORY: Sometimes The Real Fight Starts After the Battle." On this episode of the podcast, we look at Steven Elliott's incredible story of pain and purpose, love and tragedy and ultimately renewal by the grace of God. Steven shares about his relationship with Pat Tillman and candidly talks about how forgiveness and faith have freed him from the demons that tormented him for many years. For more, log on to http://SportsSpectrum.com
This week’s show is pretty remarkable. My guest is Steven Elliott. Steven was one of two men most likely responsible for the death of Pat Tillman—the NFL player that enlisted as an Army Ranger as a result of the 9/11 attacks in NYC. During this chat, we talk about the story of how he ended up as a Ranger and all that happened while he was deployed. We also chat a bit about veteran care, caring for those actively serving, PTSD, America's current global military footprint and whether or not we are being helpful, and so much more. Please visit The Elliot Fund for articles, books, videos, and other resources you can use to become an advocate for those serving in our military. And buy Steven’s forthcoming War Story: A Memoir book on or before May 21. Or preorder it from your local library. Follow Let’s Give A Damn on Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter to keep up with all that is going on. We have so much planned for the coming months and we don’t want you to miss a thing! And if you want to follow our host Nick Laparra—Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter. Support Let’s Give A Damn by sharing $5/month with us on Patreon. 100% of the money you contribute will go to making more podcasts. Not a dime goes into our pockets! Or you can leave us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts! Every little bit helps. Thanks for all your help. Have an amazing week, friends! Love y’all!
Welcome to Episode 202 of the No Quit Living Podcast. NQL is a personal development podcast designed to help you achieve your goals and desires. Whether you found us from Forbes, Inc Magazine, CEO Magazine, CIO, New Theory, or elsewhere, we're thrilled you are listening. Through hearing the inspiring stories and tips from the greats, we will all find it easier to stay motivated. Website: https://elliottfund.org/
Episode 001 | Steven Elliott By Joel Parker Listen on Apple Podcasts → Listen on Spotify → Listen on Google Play → In this episode Steven Elliott discusses the death of American hero Pat Tillman by “friendly fire” in Afghanistan. Steven happened to be the one who pulled the trigger, believing he and his fellow soldiers were firing on the enemy. Tormented by remorse and PTSD in the aftermath of Tillman’s death, Elliott descended into the depths of guilt, alcoholism, and depression; lost his marriage and his faith; and struggled to stay alive. The war that began on foreign soil had followed him home. Steven is the author of ‘War Story,’ a memoir detailing the events leading up to during and following his time as an Army Ranger in Afghanistan. For more information about Steven and his foundation visit: https://www.elliottfund.org Connect with Nations Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nationsfoundation/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nations/ @nations Production: Produced and Directed by Jeff Marsh | https://www.jeffmarsh.com/ Sound Mastering, Composing, Color Grade by Michael Rabb | https://www.rabbcreative.com/ Studio | https://www.citizensstudios.com/ The post Episode 001 | Steven Elliott appeared first on Nations Media.