“In the Balance,” the personal growth podcast that celebrates curiosity and creativity, on Sunday, March 21, launched a special series titled “Artists on the Cape” in which host, psychotherapist and actor Susan Lambert spotlights actors, writers, playwrights, musicians and directors who make their home on Cape Cod.

The series will include conversations with actor/playwright and artistic director of Provincetown Theater David Drake, vocalist Mozelle Andrulot, singer/songwriter Tianna Esperanza, singer/songwriter Sarah Burrill, writer and poet Jeannette de Beauvoir, Cape Cod Theater Company artistic director Nina Schuessler, and veteran actor, author and former artistic director of Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater Jeff Zinn.

Ms. Lambert describes Cape Cod as the place where she fell in love with the arts as a child and found a sense of belonging. Having moved back and become a year-round resident, her aim is to celebrate the community of creatives that exists on the Cape.

Conceived and hosted by Ms. Lambert and produced by Walker Vreeland, the mission of “In the Balance” is to teach and inspire by shining a light on individual life stories. Artists, writers, teachers and practitioners from all walks of life are invited to share their experience navigating the complexities of life and the wisdom they have learned along the way.

Past guests have included Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Jericho Brown, civil rights activist Betty Reid Soskin, Broadway performer Sandra Joseph, poet Rachel Eliza Griffiths and bestselling authors Mark Nepo, Mirabai Starr and Thomas Moore. To listen to the podcast, visit www.inthebalance.life.

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