Episode 7

Published on:

23rd Dec 2020

Terrill Haigler

Philadelphia sanitation worker, artist, and activist Terrill Haigler stops by The 180 after a long day on the job. He lets Eric in on what went down on the streets in the height of COVID-19's first wave, and they talk about Terrill's favorite 'jawns,' his humbling road to activism, and his political aspirations. Keep an eye on this man on the up'n'up on Instagram at @_yafavtrashman and learn more about Terrill's plans at yafavtrashman.com.

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About the Podcast

The 180
With Eric Lockley
Hey! This is a podcast where with fun games and good conversation we talk about a turning point in our guest's life. We've all had moments when a choice will either keep us right where we are or will take us to the next level. Let's laugh, heal and be inspired together as we discover how our guest made the 180.
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About your hosts

Eric Lockley

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ERIC LOCKLEY is an OBIE award-winning actor, writer, producer and host. Stage credits include Choir Boy, #DateMe and on-screen credits include the Academy Award nominated First Reformed, Marvel's Luke Cage and most recently The Inheritance (TIFF, NYFF). Eric’s comedic web series Blacker is featured on “Best Web Series” lists and his short film, The Jump is available to stream on Amazon. Eric’s plays and solo shows including Blacken the Bubble, Without Trace and Last Laugh have been seen on stages in DC, NY and Chicago. Lockley flexes his comedy skills often; he was on the house musical improv team at The People's Improv Theater and is a permanent cast member of the digital comedy, “The Homemade Sketch Show” which is streaming on TubiTV. Lockley's inspirational talk show "Turning Points" has moved from Instagram Live and transferred to the podcast format under the title, "The 180 with Eric Lockley". The podcast mixes Eric's unique brand of joy, inspiration and self-empowerment. Lockley also produces with his Harlem-based orgs, The Movement Theatre Company & Harlem9. @iamericlockley

David Treatman

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David Treatman Creative is a production company with offices in New York City and Philadelphia, led by principal David Treatman. With his first Off-Broadway credit at 19, and his first Broadway syndication at 20, David Treatman is widely heralded as one of the most successful independent producers of his generation. A Columbia University “Great Grad," David Treatman has produced over 15 projects in 4 years on new and traditional platforms. David Treatman Creative is a dynamic enterprise with the flexibility, human resources, and creativity to charter new entertainment landscapes, while remaining grounded by extensive experience in traditional models.

The company is committed to developing and investing in novel entertainment from screen to stage and beyond. With a growing roster of employees and services, David Treatman Creative is prepared to guide any project to its best and most strategic iteration.

Mike Lunoe

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Mike's a pretty groovy dude.