The She Said Project Podcast
Soccer player and University of Illinois Hall of Famer Tara Hurless faced the struggle of her life when she and her wife decided to start a family. In episode 10 of the She Said Project Podcast, she recounts the story from the stage, play by play, as they
When Heidi Cordes was asked to speak in the 2019 production of That's What She Said, she knew she wanted to find a story that made people laugh. She does just that in "RIP Donna Martin", a hilarious take on a celebrity run-in.
Jan Seeley opened the 2015 That's What She Said show with her story "Good Grief." Our hosts check in with her about how losing her husband Joe continues to affect her life, and what we can all learn from grieving.
Kerry and Jenette enjoy a visit with Mary Enright in this episode, recalling her 2016 performance of "Afternoon Delight." Mary shared how she overcame multiple addictions to lead a fulfilled life in this humorous look at life in recovery.
In My BACKstory, Ashley Morgan remembers her childhood struggle with Scoliosis and surgery. It is clear from her performance in the 2016 production of That's What She Said that she never let this diagnosis get in her way to live her life with s
Amy Armstrong is a recognized leader in her community. So it was unexpected when she chose to share her struggles of divorce and parenting in her story "Get a Grip" in the 2013 production of That's What She Said. In this episode we learn why t
Rebecca Guyette's story "Why We Should All Have a Mexican Mother" was a tribute to her mother in the 2015 show. We chat with Becca about what has changed since she shared this story... but also what has stayed the same.
Stacey LaBrecque Cole shared her story "Eye of the Tiger" onstage in That's What She Said 2016. She shares with the audience her private struggle with domestic violence and how it has shaped her into the woman she is today.
Stacey LeBreque Cole shared her story "Eye of the Tiger" onstage in That's What She Said 2016. She shares with the audience her private struggle with domestic violence and how it has shaped her into the woman she is today.
Kerry and Jenette visit with Gianina Taylor Baker and her story, titled, “Mom PhD” about the journey she went on deciding whether or not she should be a stay at home mom. Gianina appeared in the 2016 production of That's What She Said.