Have you ever experienced a toxic coach? Whether that’s a life coach or a sports coach or an arts teacher/theatre director?
The amount of damage that a toxic person can do to others is phenomenal, but when you add in the relationship dynamics of a coach / student, it adds a whole new dimension to the issues that can arise.
Join me and Ryan (my second child) for this discussion.
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Today's Guest: Ryan J. O'Connor
Award Winning Actor, Director and Playwrite.
Ryan J O’Connor is a Geelong-based writer of original, alternative plays and prose.
He’s the co-founder and executive director of Someone New Theatre Company, the winner of the 2019 Grace Marion Wilson Trust Award for Playwriting, and an acclaimed actor and director throughout NSW and Victoria.
He is also an excellent baker, a trained stage-combatist, a terrible gardener, and a moderately talented poker player.
He does his best writing while trying to avoid his responsibilities, but loves to tell ‘alternative’ stories: romantic comedies about Death, coming-of-age stories about old men, and science-fiction tales about mythological creatures, just to name a few.
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