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Best Interlochen Center for the Arts podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Interlochen Center for the Arts podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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While his peers at Interlochen Arts Camp excelled in one particular arts area, Jesse Green (IAC 67-74) dabbled in everything Interlochen had to offer. Years later, Green uses every facet of his Interlochen education in his work as the Co-Chief Theater Critic for the New York Times. Tommy caught up with Green for a discussion on artistic generalism …
 
In this episode, you’ll hear five readings recorded at Interlochen Center for the Arts. The first two feature guest authors Danez Smith and Alexandra Kleeman. The final three readings come from current Interlochen Arts Academy creative writing majors. “Dinosaurs in the Hood” by Danez Smith Excerpt from “You Too Can Have A Body Like Mine” by Alexand…
 
In this episode, Tommy sits down with Nick Westrate, an actor on the AMC series Turn: Washington’s Spies and an actors’ equity advocate. Join Tommy and Nick for a discussion of avant-garde theatre, actors’ equity and bringing to life one of history’s most mysterious characters. The second half of the program features the world-premiere performance …
 
In this episode, Tommy sits down with Interlochen alumni Dane Laffrey and Michael Arden following the Oct. 25 preview event for the duo’s latest production, "Once on this Island." Once roommates at Interlochen, Michael, the director, and Dane, the scenic designer, are frequent collaborators on stages both on and off Broadway. Their interpretation o…
 
In this episode, indie composer and Son Lux founder Ryan Lott joins Tommy in the studio during his visit to Interlochen Arts Academy. Tommy and Ryan discuss his collaboration with the Interlochen Arts Academy comparative arts students, making a record in only 28 days, and his passion for composing for dancers. The episode concludes with the piece L…
 
Jonnah Speidel (IAA 94-96), better known by her stage name, Our Lady J, is a writer and musician best known for her role as the only transgender writer on the Amazon original series, Transparent. In this episode, Jonnah joins host Tommy Valdez to discuss her rural roots, being an artist and the importance of representation in Hollywood. The episode…
 
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