SNS #32: Seven Deadly Sins (Part 1)

The statue of limitations has passed, and the person I’m speaking of is dead, so… I think it should be safe to tell. – Kathy

Andrew explores the Seven Deadly Sins by trying to find examples of them in everyday stories, in part one of this two part exploration of the tempting moments of life.

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Appetizer:
Andrew plays a clip from a subway trip to Coney Island, and explains his fascination with the Seven Deadly Sins by comparing them to the Ten Commandments.

First Course: Burning Greed
Ben Hamm from The Secret Room Podcast shares a story from a woman named Kathy, about her former husband’s strong reaction to the news of his impending doom.
(Starts at 5:25)

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Second Course: Three Scenes of Wrath
At their recent retreat, the Critical Point Theatre ensemble created a play in one hour all about what makes us mad. We share three scenes of that play, performed by Alexis Baker, Trevor Scott, and Vanessa Bretas.
(Starts at 21:05)

Third Course: A Vegetarian Goes to the Glutton Contest
We return to the July 4th trip to Coney Island to watch the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest. The details of the event are reported through the eyes of recent New Yorker and Vegetarian, Will Jennings.
(Starts at 30:00)

Fourth Course: King of the Sloths!
Actors Matthew Schott and Isaac Allen Miller dramatically read the top responses to a thread on the message board website, Reddit, asking “What is the laziest thing you’ve ever done?”
(Starts at 41:45)


Produced by Exectuive Director Julia Katz, Podcast Production Manager Chelsea Rugg, and Podcast Head Honcho Andrew Terrance Kaberline

Hosted, Written, and Edited by Andrew Terrance Kaberline

Today’s episode featured stories, reporting, and acting from Ben Hamm & Dahlia Beta, “Kathy,”
Alexis Baker, Trevor Scott, Vanessa Bretas, Andrew Terrance Kaberline, Chelsea Rugg, Will Jennings,
Matthew Schott, and Isaac Allen Miller.

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The opening and closing theme for Sunday Night Supper are by Podington Bear. This episode also featured the song “After Burning A,” by Lobo Loco


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