The Theatre History podcast that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Each week, Aaron Odom hosts a guest from the worldwide theatre community to talk about a bizarre, fascinating and humorous story from theatre history. One catch, the guest has no idea what they'll be discussing.
Host Aaron Odom (@TridentTheatre) and guest Natalie Lander (Natalie Lander on IMDb) discuss the inclusion of a certain part of the male anatomy into Ancient Greek theatre and culture. WARNING - Sexually Explicit Material! You've been warned!
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Host Aaron Odom (@TridentTheatre) and Brian Michael Jones (Insta: @Brianmichaeljones, Twitter: @Brian_MJones) discuss some of the origins of theatre, and the rites associated in the festival to the God of Theatre, Dionysus
Host Aaron Odom (@TridentTheatre) and Producer Richard Jordan dissect the singular broadway outing of one of the world's most popular superheroes.
Host Aaron Odom (@TridentTheatre) and guest Jon Dryden Taylor (@jondrytay) discuss the establishment of the French Academy in the 17th century, and its first major ruling: whether Pierre Corneille's play "Le Cid" could actually be considered a play.
Host Aaron Odom (@TridentTheatre) and guest James Stress (@DianaCarfire) discuss the British Inter Regnum.
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