Episode 017

Date: June 2017

The seventeenth Episode of ACvariety.TV touches on a term that people encounter almost every day, addiction. Can one be addicted to what they love? Is an addiction always a bad thing, or can it be good? Episode 017 demonstrates that you can never have too much of a good thing.

May is known as "Performing Arts Month" in the AC Variety circle. This month-long event consists of the crew covering a multitude of performances in the Chicago southland. The Clem shares some of his favorite moments, including a show choir performance at Jack Hille Middle School. He takes pride in what he does, and what he sees.

Perfection Dance Artistry

The Clem features Anthem on TheMusicalJunction.com. He also takes the opportunity to share about a band that was affected by drug addiction, Stone Temple Pilots. "Interstate Love Song" not only connects with the audience at Oak Fest, but the performance also demonstrates the teamwork that goes into Anthem.

Alyssa Kay returns with Perfection Dance Artistry. At the request of The Clem, Kay and her students speak about interpretive dance. The students perform a routine and also share their thoughts about the importance of the message in the dance.

Episode 017 rounds things out with An Opinion Segment, where The Clem shares his thoughts on being tired out by something you love. Oswald the Lucky Rabbit also reappears with a public domain cartoon. Summer is right around the corner, and this Episode will get you primed for all the fun to come!


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