Drew Droege is a delightful comedy sprite who brings us a heaping spoonful of Glitter in the Garbage each week. He teaches improv at The Groundlings, rocks out in the band The Discount Cruise to Hell, and plays one of the world’s most beloved fantastical creatures in Planet Unicorn. If you google Chloe Sevigny, one of the first results is one of Drew’s videos gently teasing the fashion-designer-actress-model-weirdo. Listen to Glitter in the Garbage each Thursday on Earwolf!
February 6, 2022
The week, Joan continues to workshop her Mare of Easttown musical and Burnt reveals his standing with the handyman community. Also, special guest Kevin (Drew Droege) discusses his curious relationship.
December 31, 2020
The hilarious Tom DeTrinis and Drew Droege join Matt and Dave to dish about 2020 highlights, scuff, baking, wirecutter, toasters, microwaves, Promising Young Woman, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and the trouble Matt’s mom has gotten into googling it, things moms say, Hamilton, theater criers, Sunday in the Park with George, The Princess and the Frog, Cats, the insane experience a theater teacher tried to teach Dave, A Face in the Crowd, Coming To America, The Invisible Man, The Hunt, Happy Birthday Doug, Making Friends, old tech rehearsal stories, the cost of education, growing up catholic and catholic high school stories, early L.A. stories, tumultuous relationships, the actor’s secret, lessons from the pandemic, Two Old Queens, and New Year’s resolutions.
October 24, 2019
Actor and comedian Drew Droege joins Dave and Matt to chat about who he’s playing in Justin Sayre’s camp-horror soap opera Ravenswood Manor, why everyone should see Parasite over Joker, Drag Race challenge ambitions, and why “manufactured” really means “boring.” Later, Drew talks about navigating Scruff, enjoying living single, and his solo show Happy Birthday Doug.
June 15, 2018
Actor, comedian, writer, and all-around incredible human being Drew Droege joins Dave and Matt to talk about Bears In Space parking lot parties, the unlikely pairing of Ariana Grande & Pete Davidson, and getting sponsored by Scruff. Plus, Drew gets personal with his solo show “Bright Colors and Bold Patterns,” the sting of being called a thespian, and feeling comfortable enough to put the dating energy out there.
June 2, 2017
Welcome back to Five, Six, Seven, Great! with Joyce Ninton Calcutta, the only podcast that explores the art of dance and those who love it. This week Joyce welcomes contemporary dance instructor Cecily Teak on the program to discuss her bedroom regrets, tips for improving your form, helpful spells, Cecily’s new political dance piece, and why she won’t work with women. Plus, Traci Reardon stops by to help her Twitter followers with questions about regaining dance mojo on another edition of “Help Me, Rhonda.”
October 17, 2016
Join Matt McConkey for ROCK BOTTOM, a special mini-series on the BITCH SESH feed that takes us on a deep dive into the shallow end of gay culture. Today, Matt welcomes gay icons Casey Wilson and Sam Pancake for a rundown of Logo’s Finding Prince Charming, with a scandalous contribution from Hollywood starlet Stephen Guarino. Plus, Matt sits down with living legend Drew Droege for an unwelcomed probe into Drew’s love life.