Monthly podcast featuring interviews with theatre professionals of all types--from playwrights to techies to producers. If it has to do with theatre--in any part of the world--we have it covered! We also do readings of short plays. Since 2013! #theatre #theater #playwriting #acting #directing #dramaturgy #producing
In the waiting room of a DNA testing laboratory, Oliver and Larry meet to hear results of their DNA tests. Plus an interview with Christine Benvenuto.
is a playwright and junior in high school from Houston, Texas. I had the privilege of reading her play Tell Us Your Story (A Tale of Family Lost and Found) not long ago. Tell Us Your Story describes what it's like for one young woman when she discovers that her birth mother has been looking for her. Sophie is also a theatre enthusiast and has been learning all of what it takes to make the magic happe...
FJ Hartland is a playwright, director, and professional actor whose plays have won awards too numerous to mention. His play "For the Record," the next selection in our 2023 theme of Exploration, is a story of two people finding a way to connect and reach an understanding. Join us for a great conversation after the play!
Midge Guerrera is a playwright, blogger, travel consultant, memoirist, university education planner, arts management/public relations and much more. Our talk this month is chock full of stories, anecdotes, and inspiration.
Playwright, public defender. Claude Jackson's play “Cashed Out” recently had its world premiere at the San Francisco Playhouse. The play deals with Rocky, a mother and an accountant, who has a gambling addiction.
Playwright, producer, novelist. Patrick Gabridge is a busy man; he writes site-specific plays, historical novels, and runs the PlaywrightBinge, an online group for playwrights to share information and support.
Claire Lebowitz King's play "Outside the Gates", about two mothers, one Iranian, the other American, appeared at the '22 Edinburgh Fringe. An indomitable activist, Claire has also written other insightful social works as well as being a co-founder of Occupy Broadway.
Happy New Year, all! We bring you a thrilling talk with playwright Sarah Shourd. Her play "The Box," about prisoners in solitary confinement, toured the US and Europe and was so impactful, it helped changed laws in California.
Play reading: "Jokers in the Pack"--an inside look at what dogs really talk about while we sip our soy lattes. And a lovely convo with Tony about writing and community activism!
Playwright, teacher. We read Dierdre's play, "Letting Go, our final "Pets" play, and talk about commissions and wooooo...horror-themed plays!
Playwright, Actor, Storyteller, Journalist, Community Activist. Mike Sockol and I talk about many things: arts in education, journalism, play critique, his play "In Danger of Falling in Love," and his fight against cancer.
Theatre Maker!/Playwright/Actor/Musician. Katie Hartman is many things: a playwright, actor, singer, musician. Her career has taken her around the world (as one-half of The Coldharts) with such macabre works as Edgar Allan and the Unrepentant Necrophile (a musical). Now she's taken the production reins of the Cincinnati Fringe.
Theatre maker/director/producer/documentary maker/ Asst. professor/Head of M.F.A. Directing - Univ. Texas @ Austin.KJ uses interviews and historical research to glean material for her plays, which cover a multitude of engrossing subjects.
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