In this episode of the PYL
In this episode of the PYL Podcast Joe interviews some of the wacky characters from Kimberly’s Play Lost in Sound. Stay tuned for a fun and educational discussion.
Program Your Life Radio
is proud to present another episode of the PYL Podcast. In this episode Kimberly talks about the process of changing her play and how it is very different from the first two performances. Stay tuned for the insider details.
Tickets for the January 23rd performance in Seattle may be purchased online at
Advanced Admission: Students/Seniors $15, General $18
Tickets at the door on day of show $20
Nurturing a goal to shed light on the silent epidemic of hearing loss, Poulsbo resident Kimberly Parker performs her story from deafness to sound on Friday, January 23rd, 2015, 7:30 p.m. at Seattle’s Town Hall.
Lost in Sound: A One Woman Play written by the actress, is based on her personal experiences growing up with undetected progressive hearing loss which ...Continue Reading →
Kimberly discusses her recent trip to Santa Fe to work with a coach to improve her play about hearing loss called Lost in Sound. Then she interviews her solo performance coach Tanya Taylor Rubinstein. Tanya is an internationally recognized expert in the field of solo performance. She has devoted the past thirty years to developing and exploring the Art of the One Person Show. Tanya discusses how she got started in solo performance and what drove her to coach ...Continue Reading →
The Program Your Life Podcast episode 5 has now been released. In this podcast Joe and Kimberly discuss their business projects and how they are creating win-win solutions to enroll others to get involved.
The Program Your Life Podcast episode 4 has now been released. In this podcast Kimberly shows off her story telling skills. She shares some funny stories about growing up with hearing loss. Some of the stories are in her play and some are not. Enjoy the show.
I have just released a new clip from my Lost in Sound show. It describes the comical frustration I have always had when ordering food at the drive-in restaurant. In this clip, I take my young children to McDonald’s for lunch and am unable to understand the clerk. The clip will give you a better idea of the challenges encountered by the hard of hearing. I am also happy to say that the clip is fully captioned to better ...Continue Reading →