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Artists on Artists on Artists on Artists

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Artists on Artists on Artists on Artists

Kylie Brakeman, Jeremy Culhane, Angela Giarratana, Patrick McDonald

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Improvised Hollywood roundtable podcast featuring raw, honest, and very pretentious conversations between the film industry's most unhinged personalities. Because to be the best, you have to listen to the best talk about how they are the best. Hosted by Kylie Brakeman, Jeremy Culhane, Angela Giarratana, and Patrick McDonald.
 
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Notes From An Artist

David C Gross and Tom Semioli

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Get in on the conversation with hosts David C. Gross and Tom Semioli. Culled from the archives and current episodes of our CYGNUS RADIO show, Notes From An Artist brings you individuals who affect culture through music, photography, entrepreneurship, visual and fine arts, journalism, and permutations thereof. It's the only podcast that matters!
 
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Artists in the World

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Artists in the World

WQED Multimedia, Carnegie Museum of Art

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A new series that opens conversations between artists and their contemporaries. "Artists in the World" uplifts artistic voices and explores multiple histories, geographies, and current events while creating space for new ideas and possibilities. Hosted by Carnegie Museum of Art's director of education and public programs, Dana Bishop-Root, and WQED-FM's artistic director, Jim Cunningham, the new podcast series features cross-disciplinary conversations, artist talks, readings, and performance ...
 
Welcome to Artistic Futures, a monthly podcast designed for anyone contemplating a career in the wonderful world of Opera. You will meet a range of artists who will share their passion and tell you more about their artistic journeys. It will also be full of useful tips and advice for the next generation of performers and creators.
 
Whether you're an artist every day of your life or hoping to awaken the artist within, our workshops empower you to tap your inner wisdom and dance with your playful self! We become authentic and unlimited creators when we get in touch with the Universe, listen for guidance, trust the process, act from true inspiration, and actually have fun. Incorporating ancient wisdom with a splash of sass and sparkle, Kristin and Natalie can't wait to party down deep with you!!
 
For more than two decades, Frameline continues with a weekly survey of the latest in film, art, culture & all of its politics. Live banter, interviews & more by veteran film critic/broadcasters Barbara Goslawski and Courtney Small. With roots at CKLN 88.1 FM and notable past hosts such as Toronto International Film Festival’s Artistic Director, Cameron Bailey, and internationally renowned filmmaker Bruce La Bruce, listeners can now tune in live, every Thursday, 6pm EST at RadioRegent.com.
 
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Is Paul Dano OK?

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Is Paul Dano OK?

Matt Brothers and Daryl Bär

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Welcome to Is Paul Dano OK? The show where we discuss the numerous artistic endeavours of the actor, director, screenwriter, producer and musician, Paul Franklin Dano. Note: s05 is IPDO Presents: Greers. A single season where we cherry pick some choice films from the incomparable, Judy Greer.
 
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The Playwriting Podcast

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The Playwriting Podcast

Ken Wolf, Artistic Director, Manhattan Repertory Theatre, Playwright, Direc

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The Playwriting Podcast, hosted by Ken Wolf, Artistic Director of Manhattan Repertory Theatre, will offer strategies and techniques for playwrights (and writers in general) "to get out of their heads" and write better, feel more motivated, get into that CREATIVITY ZONE, find more productive ways to complete a work, and to simply have more fun creating! Each episode we will explore what works and what doesn't work, so that you can jump start your playwriting and take your work to the next level.
 
Short podcasts from inside the classroom and longer sit-down conversations with celebrities and creative Inspirers. Anthony is an award-winning writer-director-producer, creativity expert, inspirational speaker, and artistic director of Anthony Meindl’s Actor Workshop (AMAW) with studios in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Sydney, Toronto, and Vancouver. His unique approach to acting (and creativity) is no-nonsense and based on the assumption that we can all do it. Because we ...
 
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Pierre d'Alancaisez

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I interview authors of new books in art, critical theory, creative industry studies, and philosophy for the New Books Network. Pierre d’Alancaisez is a curator and critic. He investigates interdisciplinary knowledge exchange and the relationship between artists’ access to non-arts skills and the impacts of artistic practices. For a decade, Pierre was the director of Waterside Contemporary in London. He has also been a cultural strategist in higher education and the charity sector, a publishe ...
 
Hosted by Adam Posner, where he interviews top experts, entrepreneurs and thought leaders from the world of Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Personal Growth and other world-class amazing humans on their insights into their own career journeys and personal growth. The goal of #thePOZcast is to showcase amazing humans who share their stories to inspire you to harness your inner tenacity to drive your life and career forward. Adam Posner is the Founder and Managing Director @ NHP Talent Gr ...
 
Welcome to City Ballet The Podcast, an exploration of New York City Ballet where we'll journey through our history, delve into our new and existing repertory, and reveal insider tidbits. Each season of City Ballet The Podcast features episodes that span three topics: New Combinations hosted by Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan, Hear the Dance hosted by dance educator and former NYCB dancer Silas Farley, and See the Music hosted by Music Director Andrew Litton.
 
Co-artistic Directors and Theatre educators Adam Marple and Budi Miller discuss the Theatre moving past the Covid-19 shutdown with topics such as the roles of the Audience, Actor, Director, Playwright, and Space in our new reality.To submit a question, please visit http://www.speakpipe.com/theatreofothers for voice recording or submit an email to podcast@theatreofothers.com Messages may be quoted by name unless the writer stipulates otherwise. If you enjoyed this podcast, we´d love for you t ...
 
Unlock your path to creative success with the Design Break podcast, hosted by @RockyRoark—owner & design director of Blue Cyclops Design Co. Breaking into the creative world is hard enough. Making it as a freelancer is even more challenging. If you're currently considering jumping into a creative field or looking for freelance opportunities, this podcast is for you. Topics include design, branding, freelance, job searching, career advice, actionable advice, and more.
 
Artists and creatives have the power to heal, transform and elevate lives. But too often, fear or a lack of knowledge holds us back from living our true purpose. Join personal branding and PR coach Diane Foy as she shares strategies from her Superfan Attraction Method. Drawing on her expertise of arts and entertainment publicity, music marketing, creative psychology, photography, and makeup artistry, Diane will help you maximize your talents and story to make an impact. Plus, listen to inspi ...
 
A podcast posted every Sunday featuring extended interviews and discussions from Bookwaves, Art-Waves, and Bookwaves Artwaves Hour programs on KPFA, and newly digitized and edited archive interviews from the pre-digital Probabilities series dating back to 1977. Literature, theater, film, the visual arts: in-depth interviews from a progressive and artistic viewpoint, with long-time KPFA/Pacifica host Richard Wolinsky.
 
It takes a lot to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Whether you’re an Actor, Writer, Director, Make-Up Artist, or a Producer; everyone has a story to tell. Each week, the hosts of Pretend Worlds Real People are joined by various members of the Performing Arts to share their experiences. Previous guests range anywhere from industry veterans to the up-and-comers of independent film. Stick around as we sit down with these incredibly talented folks!
 
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SIGHT & SOUND PODCAST

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HEARTGOD MEDIA’S SIGHT & SOUND PODCAST

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A podcast that focuses on genre films (horror, sci fi, action, 80s comedy etc..) but all types music! every episode is a different topic! it could be on a single director, movie, series, band, artist, company, actor you name it, we'll probably get to it eventually! I'll have guests and friends on to invigorate conversation. follow on instagram and twitter @heartgodmedia
 
A VO's Journey is about helping new voiceover artists grow their business by listening to my journey to becoming a full-time voice actor. I have been an actor, coach, director, and teacher for over 20 years. I started six years ago in the voice-over industry and wanted to create a way to document my journey so other voice over actors could benefit from it. Voiceover is now my life, and I love every moment of it.
 
"I want what SHE has" w/ Theresa Lyn Widmann (and formerly Shana Falana) is a weekly live radio show at Radio Kingston in Kingston NY and PODCAST, amplifying women's voices and their stories. We share interviews of women (female identifying humans), seeking to flip the narrative on envy and celebrating the strengths and accomplishments of women we look up to. Women are so often the unsung heroines of a community’s overall health and wellbeing. These women have gifts to share and stories to t ...
 
Where There’s a Will searches for the surprising places Shakespeare shows up outside the theater. Host Barry Edelstein, artistic director at one of the country’s leading Shakespeare theaters, and co-host writer and director Em Weinstein, ask what is it about Shakespeare that’s given him a continuous afterlife in all sorts of unexpected ways? You’ll hear Shakespeare doing rehabilitative work in a maximum security prison, helping autistic kids to communicate, shaping religious observances, in ...
 
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The Acting Podcast

Risa Bramon Garcia and Steve Braun

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The Acting Podcast with Risa Bramon Garcia (director, casting director, producer) & Steve Braun (acting coach, communications consultant), founders of The BGB Studio, takes you inside the craft, the casting room, and the business- and bringing other Industry experts into the conversation- we dig into the work, pull back the curtain of the Industry, and show you how much power you really have as an artist.
 
Three best friends from college talk music, Dragon Ball Z and all other things nerdy and anime! Ben is a band director, Sean is in the music instrument sales business and Michael is a full time woodwind teacher and Jazz artist. What do we do? We watch pre-selected anime films and immediately after we give our initial thoughts, feelings and grades. It is entirely unscripted and we record our reactions for all to enjoy!
 
This is the Official Page for "Hilliard Guess' SCREENWRITER'S RANT ROOM!" Our host is Hilliard Guess, a WGAw writer, director and in demand TV/Film producer and currently the Director of Development at Ben Watkins' Blue Monday Prods. Hilliard and his amazing team drop industry bombs in this unfiltered, hilarious podcast series that delivers nuthin’ but REAL TALK… from real working writers… while at the same time… puttin’ you on game! With co-host - director/writer/cinephile - Christopher B. ...
 
Welcome to Before the Tour, a podcast focused on sharing information and connecting the musical community through conversations with songwriters, producers, managers, booking agents, audio engineers, and everything in between. Hosted by Hunter Sheridan of @huntersheridanmusic
 
Dig deeper into the Dance Place Community as we have one-of-a-kind conversations with our Artists and our Communities. Whether it's Air Time with Ronya Lee Anderson and Robert Woofter, or a special guest speaking with Artist Director, dani tirrell, you'll always be able to dive deeper on Dance Place Radio.
 
I'm Rob Johnston, a designer and photographer based in New York City. I am also the founder of Meet the Creatives - a podcast that seeks to bridge the gap between entry-level creative professionals and the industry's best. Through the podcast, live events and various social platforms, I am building a community that connects thousands of entry-level creatives from around the world. The show has featured guests from companies like Facebook, Google, Snapchat, Twitter, Disney, Nike, Huge, Sesame ...
 
The Art Business is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to talking about both cultural and business aspects of the art world with some of its key players. It is hosted by Dr David Bellingham, Programme Director of the MA in Art Business at Sotheby‘s Institute of Art London.
 
Susanna Galanis / NYC - based jewelry designer, fashion stylist, artist and as of September 2020 a Fashion Love Stories - podcast creator. Obsessed with style, high fashion and couture, history, glamour, anything love, charity, spirituality, beauty, culture, legendary and Inspirational people and Influencers. FIT-graduate with degrees in Fashion Marketing, Fur Design and Marketing and studies in Art and Fashion Illustration. Extensive work experience at Versace and Bergdorf Goodman in Manage ...
 
A podcast about how to start. How to turn your fears of beginning in your next purpose-driven venture into action steps that will continue to guide you and serve you in your process as you continue. Host Christina Barsi, founder of podcast production/consulting company Avant Haüs Media and certified Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coach shares endless proven tools and tips and brings on guests to share their journey's of getting started and transformation.
 
Are you a combination of actor, director, producer, designer, or anything else? Congratulations, you're a multi-hyphenate! A multi-hyphenate is an artist who has multiple proficiencies that cross pollinate to help flourish professional capabilities. Dear Multi-hyphenate explores the full potential of artists in show business who have taken the paths less traveled. Are you unsure how to stay creative and garner income during the pandemic? Are you sitting on a project and you have no idea how ...
 
Many want to "make it" in the music industry. Few successfully make it in. Even fewer stay in. The goal of this podcast is to help bring some clarity to your path towards a music career. We want to help you not only get in, but stay in. To this end, hosts Seth Mosley and X O'Connor will dig deep with luminaries of the music industry. These are people who have "made it" and today have very notable careers. Many are Grammy winners and work with prominent record labels. Some of our listeners mi ...
 
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Four directors of dog movies bark up the movie tree as they walk you through what it takes to make a successful dog film. Artists on Artists on Artists on Artists is an improvised Hollywood roundtable podcast by Kylie Brakeman, Jeremy Culhane, Angela Giarratana, and Patrick McDonald. This episode of Artists on Artists on Artists on Artists is a Sug…
 
Hilliard & Chris sit down with writer/producer Ron McCants, who writes dramas that explore the human experience. His stories are often fueled by dark secrets and deep shames at the intersection of crime and family because his family’s full of addicts, pimps, prostitutes, murderers, CIA operatives, business owners, professional athletes, detectives …
 
Dennis Lim, film critic and Artistic Director of the New York Film Festival and author of “Tale of Cinema,” an examination of the work of South Korean film-maker Hong Sang-soo, in conversation with host Richard Wolinsky. Dennis Lim was previously the the director of programming of the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Before that he was film editor a…
 
On episode 18 I got together with my friend, and Canadian songwriter, Bradon Thomas Dougherty who writes for various artists, and his own projects including, Dakota Mill, and Brother & Son. On this episode we talk about Bradon’s writing, releasing music as an independent artist, places to draw creativity, travel, ghost stories, and lots more! Check…
 
Three sailors walk into a podcast studio… and chat with Hear the Dance host and Principal Dancer Jared Angle about Jerome Robbins’ first ballet, Fancy Free, choreographed on the American Ballet Theatre in 1944. Fellow Principal Dancers Tyler Angle, Daniel Ulbricht, and Andrew Veyette describe the importance of developing their individual characters…
 
It's finally time for our season 5 wrap up. We've had a lovely detour into the world of Judy Greer so check out our rundown of the highs and lows of the season, before we head off back to our dear, sweet boy. MERCH ALERT! You can find all five season artwork designs (from the ridiculously talented Stephen Trumble) on our Teepublic store. Please dro…
 
Artists and creatives have the power to heal, transform and elevate lives. But too often, fear or a lack of knowledge holds us back from living our true purpose. As a personal branding and PR coach, I am going to be sharing strategies from my Superfan Attraction Method via the podcast, youtube, blog and social media. My mission to educate, motivate…
 
Milena Berman is originally from San Francisco, California. After studying art history as an undergraduate, she worked at documenta13 in Kassel, Germany in press relations, and then returned home to San Francisco to work for a private photography collection, Pier24. She also worked in commercial and non-profit art galleries before moving to Burgund…
 
In this episode, Adam and Budi discuss the First Day of Rehearsal and how a room is set up (both literally and metaphorically) and leads to a successful or unsuccessful working environment for a creative endeavor Mentioned in this episode: Seeing Race Again Elinor Fuchs Taylor Barfield Meg Fee Singapore Repertory Theatre Support the show If you enj…
 
This week, host Karen Han talks to Yoon Sung, an urgent care doctor in Los Angeles who decided to pivot to the culinary arts…while continuing to be a physician. In the interview, Yoon talks about what his two jobs have in common, how he balances both careers, and how he fell into his latest gig as the pastry chef at Hanchic. After the interview, Ka…
 
Art has a long history of engaging with conflict and violence. From the antiquities, through Goya, to Guernica, our museums are filled with depictions of battles, pogroms, uprisings, and their suppression. Not all of these stories are told from the perspective of the victors. Many contemporary creatives have continued this tradition. While the posi…
 
Welcome back to In The Moment Podcast! To celebrate the season two launch of Ginny & Georgia on Netflix, this week is a special rebroadcast of an episode from 2019 with Brianne Howey who plays Georgia. Tony chatted with the talented and successful working actress, where she shared her experiences navigating Hollywood and gave advice on how to stay …
 
Ken Wolf, Artistic Director of Manhattan Repertory Theatre in New York City, presents the 345th episode of THE PLAYWRITING PODCAST. Episode Topic: "Using Cool Questions to Refine Your Play!" ONE OF THE BEST REVIEWS OF POWERHOUSE: https://theaterscene.org/2022/10/powerhouse/ Manhattan Rep's Play Production Program: https://www.manhattanrep.com/play-…
 
"Our Future" on his episode of The Conversation that Never Ends, the Crew leads off with this weeks current event: then Delves into predictions of how much advancement society will make in one years time (By 2024) The movement from combustion engines to Electric ones marking the end of an era, Conspiracy Theories, if Free Will is really free with…
 
“A Short Trip Home” was published in 1927 and is in the public domain F. SCOTT FITZGERALD – “The Diamond As Big As The Ritz” (1922) BLACKWATER 2: MORE TALES OF THE FANTASTIC by Alberto Manguel Stefan Grabinski KRAFTWERK – Trans-Europe Express (1977) Pierre Schaeffer – “Etudes aux Chemins du Fer” (aka “Railroad Study”) (1948) A Short Trip Home By F.…
 
1:12 - How Adam met Drixxon 2:51 - Background story 4:46 - Entrepreneurial spirit 6:36 - As a Black Entrepreneur 8:34 - The Flipside - Working with the sister - The 'Why' - Early lessons learned - Finding black businesses - The news! - The response video - Big takeaway - What scares Drixxon - Who inspires/motivates Drixxon - Single greatest piece o…
 
Raj Giri from Wrestling Inc stops by The D-Lew Podcast to talk about the recent moves within the WWE organization. You do not want to miss this discussion of the timeline with the last 9 months. Huge thanks goes to the sponsor Goli Nutrition! Go to go.goli.com/dlew to get some incredible products and all listeners will get a discount when using pro…
 
In this episode, Wes and Todd sit down with Sculptor, Tricia Zimic. Tricia discusses her first connection with Art, painting vs. sculpture, being a narrative Artist, etching, owls, painting, telling stories with animals, Meissen, Johann Joachim Kändler, Sins & Virtues, porcelain, process, Kintsugi, Chacma baboons, Albrechtsburg Castle, Hunterdon Ar…
 
For this week’s episode of Working Overtime, hosts Karen Han and June Thomas consider sculptor Claes Oldenburg’s ideas on reigniting the creative fire. From taking a walk to revisiting old notes, to perusing a friend's work, they’ve both found various ways to shake loose new ideas. Do you have a question about creative work, are you trying to clear…
 
In Hollywood, very few people ever get the chance to win an Emmy, a Grammy, An Oscar, or a Tony. The number of people who have won all four? Even smaller. Today we sit down with some of Hollywood's legendary EGOT winners and discuss how they pulled it off. Artists on Artists on Artists on Artists is an improvised Hollywood roundtable podcast by Kyl…
 
This week we are talking about ANGER! Yes! Anger! And how there is such value in expressing those emotions that we aren't always encouraged to explore. We talk about why it's important not to push feelings away and the wisdom that comes when we allow ourself to embody what is. We also talk about how to process disappointment and how getting our hea…
 
Chris Greenwood, better known by his stage name Manafest, is a Canadian Christian rock and hip-hop artist. Having released 11 albums over his illustrious career, Chris has been nominated for multiple Dove and Juno awards. At a young age, Chris was an avid skateboarder, hoping to go professional. After a slew of injuries pulled him away, he felt tha…
 
We're back and this week we're ready to review a brand new movie! This is our first trip into the Forrest of Jura, into the realm of the Demon Lord, Rimuru Tempest! We explore this new story with all the characters we know and love form the show, but is this movie everything its expected to be, or are we about to get slimed? Support the show Catch …
 
It wasn’t until Amanda Cassiday (she/her) lived in a rural village in Burkina Faso that she experienced the resilient power of community, and learned that positive, abundant outcomes are not possible without cultivating the conditions that allow individuals, teams, and communities to thrive. For 15 years, this approach has been a driving force in A…
 
"Separate your ego from your work." This week, Screenwriter, Producer, and Director; Jeffrey Reddick joins PWRP! Since childhood, he's been a massive fan of film and its vast horror genre. Even writing and submitting his own prequel treatment to New Line Cinema Founder, Bob Shaye, following a matinee of A Nightmare on Elm Street. Years later, his s…
 
When was the last time you felt BOLD? I want to talk about what it means to be "Bold". To live boldly. It’s in the name of this podcast so I thought I would share the significance taking BOLD action can have and it’s importance in bringing in the shifts you want in your life, in bringing the REAL you to your actions and bringing the things you want…
 
On this 3PP hotline episode, Jake Parker, Lee White, and Will Terry share how to make your thesis project stand out, how to stop procrastinating and start working in your style, and so much more! PATREON Sign up for SVSLearn's 14 Day Trial: https://courses.svslearn.com/bundles/subscription 3 Point Perspective Podcast is sponsored by SVSLearn.com, t…
 
Jumpstart Your Creative Journey: 5 Tips to Get You Going 🏃🏻 I created Meet the Creatives to bridge the gap between entry-level creatives and the industry's best. I wanted to offer a platform for aspiring creatives to learn from professionals in the creative industry, get inspired, and gain the skills and knowledge they need to succeed. I'm proud to…
 
In this episode, writer/producers Hilliard, Chris, Saeed Crumpler and Rah Johnson pick up where they left off in last weeks teaser episode, continuing their conversation on "Elements of Pitching", performance/voice, creative ways to get the biggest bang and hopefully - a sale, and so much more! Check out the ScreenWriterRR website at www.screenwrit…
 
Sustaining the Legacy of the Limón Dance Company with Dante Puleio and Michelle Preston The Limón Dance Company is approaching its 75th anniversary and in today’s episode, we are joined by its Artistic Director, Dante Puleio, and Executive Director, Michelle Preston. Dante and Michelle’s passion for their work is palpable and over the next few year…
 
Tune in for this amazing conversation I have with Ruby Rose Fox, multi-award winning musician and performer. In 2020, she created the very first nervous system state-shifting class for performers, based on cutting-edge research by Dr. Stephen Porges, which has transformed hundreds of performers. We talk all about the science behind trauma, how it e…
 
In this week’s New Combinations episode, host and Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan talks fearlessness and phoenixes with choreographer Keerati Jinakunwiphat, whose first commission for the Company premieres this winter. Keerati traces her path from growing up in Chicago, to studying at SUNY Purchase, to dancing with A.I.M by Kyle Abraham, a…
 
“I’m aspiring, even at 57 now, to try to be more free.” What’s in this episode? What is a multi-hyphenate to Mr. Guirgis? How writing made him respect other writer’s writing. Why do people think multi-hyphenates aren’t a thing? Scene work with Daphne Rubin-Vega “I can’t believe in myself 100%, but if I believe in myself 51% – it’s enough to keep go…
 
This time around, Matt and Daryl discuss Season 2, Episode 9 of Hulu and Blumhouse's anthology horror show, Into the Dark. The episode in question is called Good Boy, and it stars Judy Greer, McKinley Freeman, Steve Guttenberg, Ellen Wong, and Maria Conchita Alonso, with Chico as Reuben the Dog. MERCH ALERT! You can find all five season artwork des…
 
Ken Wolf, Artistic Director of Manhattan Repertory Theatre in New York City, presents the 344th episode of THE PLAYWRITING PODCAST. Episode Topic: "Escalation is the Key to a Great Play!" ONE OF THE BEST REVIEWS OF POWERHOUSE: https://theaterscene.org/2022/10/powerhouse/ Manhattan Rep's Play Production Program: https://www.manhattanrep.com/play-pro…
 
In this episode, Adam and Budi discuss the Theatre Festival and how it needs time and space specificity to happen, and how the lack of parameters can lead to the falling apart and revolt by the audience. Mentioned in this episode: Drama Bookshop Suzuki Company of Toga American Director Professor Adam Cristoger Marble Fyre Festival Festival d'Avigno…
 
Jack O’Brien, theatre director and author of Jack in the Box, or How to Goddamn Direct, in conversation with Richard Wolinsky. Jack O’Brien has won three Tony Awards and has been nominated seven times. The former artistic director of The Old Globe in San Diego, from 1981 to 2007, he’s one of the premier directors working in America today. Among his…
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to poet Chip Livingston, who recently compiled a collection of letters titled, Love, Loosha: The Letters of Lucia Berlin and Kenward Elmslie. It documents the friendship between the writer Lucia Berlin, who is now well-regarded for her short stories but was underappreciated during her lifetime, and the poet and lib…
 
“Two Black Bottles” originally appeared in Weird Tales, August 1927 Not all of the few remaining inhabitants of Daalbergen, that dismal little village in the Ramapo Mountains, believe that my uncle, old Dominie Vanderhoof, is really dead. Some of them believe he is suspended somewhere between heaven and hell because of the old sexton’s curse. If it…
 
The legendary Broadway show Wicked is known for one character and one character only: Elphaba. And when you play her, you become part of Broadway history. Today we sit down with four actors who have played Elphaba on broadway to hear all about their "green war" stories, and how that broadway pie is made. Featuring Mariah Rose Faith Casillas Artists…
 
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