Carrot Conversations

Each episode we catch up with past, present, and future community and artistic partners. We talk about the work they do in the community and how we can get involved with their work. Most importantly we ask everyone what it means to stay connected to ourselves, our communities, and Baltimore City.

Break out your friendship bracelets, your matching lockets, and your pinky swears. In honor of Single Carrot Theatre’s production of Is Edward Snowden Single by Kate Cortezi, we’re exploring best friendship with a new BFF Podcast. Episodes drop each Wednesday throughout the run of the show! 

Episode 1 of the BFF Podcast Series

The party starts with a best friend trio. You’re invited to listen in as Rhys, Karlin and August reflect on their first impressions of each other on Linkedin, platonic intimacy and living life together. 

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Episode 9: Learning more about On Our Own Maryland!

In this episode Tina and Genevieve sit down with Nina from On Our Own Maryland, Inc a statewide peer-operated behavioral health advocacy and education organization which promotes equality, justice, autonomy, and choice about life decisions for individuals with mental health and substance use needs. 

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Episode 8: Exploring the Art/Science Continuum with Saraniya, Emily, and Jess!

In this episode we talk to the creators of the Covid-19 Monologues Project!

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  • Saraniya Tharmarajah
  • Emily Hurley
  • Jess Rassp

Episode 7: Election 2020

Genevieve sits down with Baltimore Votes to talk all things Election 2020!

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  • Tasmin Swanson

Episode 6: We Flipped It!

Single Carrot Theatre intern interviews us!


  • Beckett Gaughran-Perez

Episode 5: Never Get Comfortable with Mentoring Mentors

Meet Alphonso Mayo, the founder of Mentoring Mentors.


  • Alphonso Mayo

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Episode 4: Believe Black Women. Trust Black Women.

Meet the women behind Two Strikes Theatre Collective! TSTC is a company of Black Women theatre artists in Baltimore city. Learn about what they have coming up and their vision for the future of Baltimore Theatre.


  • Aladrian Wetzel
  • Christen Cromwell
  • Lauren Jackson

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Episode 3: Sometimes you need to yell and scream and cry and shout!

B and Gen meet up with Sarojini Schutt from Turnaround Inc. Turnaround Inc provides services for survivors of gender based violence, domestic abuse, sexual assault, and human trafficking.

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  • Sarojini Schutt

Episode 2: Visioning A World We Can‘t Imagine (Redistributing Jeff Bezo’s Wealth) with Dena and Tia

This week we are joined by Dena Robinson and Tia Price to talk about Racial Injustice.

Links to things mentioned in the episode:

Audre Lorde’s Questionnaire…naire-to-oneself/

Nap Ministry

Support Black Owned Businesses

Black Owned Restaurants in Baltimore…dit#gid=602093702


  • Dena Robinson
  • Tia Price

Episode 1: Remington

This week Gen and B talk to our friends in Baltimore’s Remington Neighborhood about how small communities are supporting each other in these strange times.


  • Craig Bettenhausen, Church of the Guardian Angel
  • Barbara O’Sullivan, Church of the Guardian Angel
  • Phong Le, Greater Remington Improvement Association.