Mark Chrisler

The Constant

Mark is the host of The Constant: A History of Getting Things Wrong, a podcast about exactly what it says it is. The Constant was named one of the best podcasts of 2018 by The Constant Listener, one of the best podcasts of 2019 by Bello Collective, and has been featured multiple times by The AV Club and others. Recently, Mark was a featured speaker at Harvard's Sound Education and a guest lecturer at Ohio University.

Outside of podcasting, he is best known for plays like 'Worse Than Tigers', 'The Art of Painting', 'Teatime at Golgotha' and 'Phonies, Frauds and Fakes: A Play That is Absolutely Not About My Ex-Girlfriend'. His work has been produced or developed at The New Ohio Theatre, ACT, The Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, The Stella Adler Studio, A Red Orchid, Ilkhom Theatre, Prop Thtr and many more. He’s published through Broadway Play Publishing as well as Smith and Kraus and holds a MFA in Dramatic Writing from Ohio University.

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