Morgan Phillips - A Life Time Improviser: A Renaissance of Comedy
Player vs Life
Morgan Phillips is an established improviser, comedian, and actor based in New York City. He is both a teacher and performer, and has had a long journey since the rise of improvised comedy in New York. He has been deeply invested in the art of improv for over 20 years and has become one of the best performers the city has to offer.------For more information go to www.planetgabo.comFollow and Subscribe for more content!Morgan Phillips:www.morganphillips.comhttps://twitter.com/morgan-------Planet Gabo:Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAQJOLP8bdDPcXe5becxCswTwitch: www.twitch.tv/planetgaboTwitter: www.twitter.com/planetgaboFacebook: www.facebook.com/planetgaboDiscord: https://discord.gg/xArpTKvPlayer vs Life Podcast:Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/player-vs-life/id1505237304Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/3CVl0OCJ9oyI1FkmQ899HS?si=VIsYDjClS2C_QQrvjTsVxQGoogle Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/?q=player%20vs%20life#gaming #podcast #streamer #twitch #mixer #facebookgaming #youtubegaming #playervslife #gamer #lifeexperience #life
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Episode 27 - Morgan Phillips crushes on too many boys and its hilarious.
Story Club Tulsa
Episode 27 - Morgan Phillips loves too many boys and its hilarious. Take a listen as Morgan reads from her teenage and tweenage diaries at our Dear Diary show. This show was produced in partnership with the Rabbit Hole Improv and thanks to IDL Ballroom for having us. Hosted by Ryan Howell. Find us at www.storyclubtulsa.com or on your second favorite social media to find out more about our upcoming shows. If you'd like to tell your story on one of our upcoming shows, message us on our website. We'd love to hear from you! ADULT CONTENT AND STRONG LANGUAGE USED. Music by Doron Deutsch
Episode 99: Interview with Dr Morgan Phillips, Co-director, The Glacier Trust
Inspiring Social Entrepreneurs Podcast
Dr Morgan Phillips joined The Glacier Trust in December 2016. He is responsible for the day-to-day running of the charity, with specific focus on project development, partnerships, strategy and fundraising. Morgan holds a BSc in Geography, an MSc in Environmental Science, Policy and Planning and a PhD in Environmental Education. He worked at Keep Britain Tidy for five years, spending two years as a Team Leader in Community Engagement and three years as Education Manager. Previously, Morgan ran a small intercultural understanding charity, Global Footsteps and lectured on the politics of climate change at Brunel University. Alongside his role as Co-Director for The Glacier Trust, Morgan also works freelance in sustainability education.In this interview, Morgan discusses the important work that Glacier Trust is doing in Nepal, focusing in particular on the Trust’s agricultural and education projects. Morgan shares his first hand experience of the impact receding glaciers in the Himalayas-often called the third pole, the largest concentration of ice after the South and North Poles-and the desperate impacts on farming and local communities. Helping farmers adapt to climate change is at the heart of the work that the Glacier Trust undertakes, largely working with a number of local NGOs in Nepal. Morgan talks about the increasing awareness of the threat and impact of climate change within local farming communities—and some of the successes that local NGOs have had helping farmers their farming practices –and how these practices are shared across different communities. Morgan also talks about the neglected problem posed by glacier lakes in the Himalayas and the threat of flooding.
Morgan Phillips joins us for this, our fourth episode. Morgan is based out of New York and performs and teaches with the UCB there. He’s been an improviser for 25 years, and to celebrate, he has started a new project called Not A Bit Comedy Theater. In this episode, Morgan shares thoughts about what makes for good improv, as well as how growth as an improviser changes after you’re in it for a long while. You can find Morgan at: Twitter: @Morgan YouTube: @morgannormal Web: www.morganphillips.com His new project to celebrate his 25th — Not a Bit Comedy Theater — is on Twitter @NotABitComedy. Episode Webpage: wp.me/paJcZS-bj
Navigating the Loss of a Family Pet with Morgan Phillips of Tulsa Talks - EPISODE 40
The Middle of Everything
We were joined this week by guest Morgan Phillips of Tulsa Talks Podcast to talk about the loss of her 11 year old daschund, Daisy. Both Sarah and Claire have experienced a pet loss (or two, or three) in the last few years, so we wanted to talk with Morgan about how she's handling things herself and with her two young daughters. We each shared our stories, discovered the origin story of Claire's stone cold heart, and had a few laughs in the process! We talked about the different logistical scenarios that can occur around a pet's death, including making hard decisions as a family, the decision to be with them in the vet's office, what to do if they die naturally in the home, and various ways to create a memorial for them. We shared our kids' experiences with death, and chatted about how quickly kids can move on, what they do remember after a certain age, how to talk with them about our feelings, their feelings and using the experience to teach them empathy. Before we dove into this heavy topic, we also talked about winter burnout / cabin fever, Morgan's experience taking the city bus with her daughter and more. Enjoy! In this episode we talk about: Tulsa People Tulsa Talks Podcast Tulsa Transit When A Pet Dies by Fred Rogers Air Buddies A Bunny Named Barnaby