In this time of Social Distancing and calls to stay home, some introverts are feeling trapped with their families or roommates. With no escape from children, partners, roomies, and who ever else they share space with, it can be difficult to find the space and time to recharge your batteries. This can lead to frayed nerves and tension in the household. It’s has never been more important to be able (as we always say) to say what you need.
In this episode, Jess and Phil talk about being cool and popular as an introvert, what is “cool”, and whether an introvert can be popular. We also learn that Phil made some unfortunate choices in high school in his quest to be cool, and that Jess was always pretty cool.
On this episode, Jess and Phil talk about video games, and if either of them is “dependent” on them. Jess discovers that perhaps Phil isn’t quite as dependent as she thought, and Phil discovers that Jess might have a slight addiction to a certain game of crafting in mines.
In this episode, Jess and Phil answer questions that extroverts have for introverts. Questions were solicited from r/extroverts and from social media.
Jess McAuley is an introvert, playwright, actor, and producer. Originating from Niagara, Jess is preparing to tour her new solo show to Fringe Festivals in Ontario.
Phil Rickaby is an introvert, playwright, and performer, and the host of the Canadian theatre podcast: Stageworthy. Phil lives and works in Toronto.