With humor, curiosity, and compassion, unattached host Jeanette Bonner has conversations with other single women about the culture of online dating in a device-obsessed society. At the end of every episode, we'll ask a single guy to briefly share his response. We call these guests The Voice of Patriarchy (cause what kind of feminist podcast would we be if we didn’t acknowledge that men have been running these conversations for far too long?!) #single aims to connect with other solo people who are experiencing disappointment and bring to light some hidden truths about being #single.
JEANETTE BONNER (Co-Host/ Co-Producer): Jeanette is an award-winning actor, writer, and producer in NYC. As a performer, Jeanette has acted professionally in NYC for over a decade. She is the Producer and Creator of web series Ghost Light (Official Selection Miami, UK, Austin Web Fests with nominations for Best Comedy, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Editing), now partnered with digital platform Seed & Spark, and The Scoop, a hybrid talk show featuring conversations with creatives over independent NYC ice cream (Winner RealPitch TV Format Competition, Final Selection Bravo TV’s Pitch & Development Lab at ITVFest, Official Selection of Vancouver Web Fest with nomination for Best Reality Show). She is currently a teaching artist with Only Make Believe and is a member of both Actor’s Equity and the Screen Actors Guild. She received her BA in Theater and Dance from Trinity College, CT.
TRACI REDMOND (Co-Host/ Co-Producer Episodes 01-11): Traci is a New York based performer, writer, producer and collaborator. Notably, she was seen running around in a tutu in the world's oldest abandoned Brooklyn subway tunnel for the U.S. premier of The Sea Museum (Le Musée de la Mer) written by Marie Darrieussecq and presented by PS122 in association with the Crossing the Line Festival. As an improviser: she was a member of The National Comedy Theater, founding member of the Gorgeous Ladies of Comedy and The Comedy Response Unit. As a producer: she was the Artistic Director and co-founder of the multi-media theater company, Ratutu Collaborative (NY); Co-Founder and Managing Director of The Red Chair Theater (Atlanta). Her first solo show, Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda: Online Dates that Didn't Make the Cut played to a sold out audience at the first annual Bad Theater Fest in NYC. She is currently developing her second solo show, Attention Customers.