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A backstage look into the process and exploration of theatre creation. From artists, designers, and patrons of the acclaimed boutique professional theatre in Charleston, South Carolina, join us as we talk character, story, process, and jump into the crossroads where art and life intersect. KEEP IT PURE
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Where Criminal Justice Leaders Collaborate: The 360 Justice Podcast gives leaders in the criminal justice industry a platform to discuss how they are solving tough social infrastructure challenges, including overcrowded and aging facilities, changing demographics, staffing shortages, insufficient funding, and more. Having worked with justice leaders in all 50 states and 22 countries, we know there is a strong desire to learn from others in the justice profession. Join us each month as we tal ...
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The Multifaceted Role of Theatre Patron Services and Marketing An in-depth conversation with Megan McMahon, the Patron Services and Marketing Manager at PURE Theatre. The discussion covers Megan's multifaceted role at the theatre, encompassing ticket handling, subscription management, marketing, event planning, and overseeing donation campaigns. Th…
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Exploring the Power of Storytelling and Cultural History with Jamie Ford In this fascinating conversation, renowned author, Jamie Ford, delves into the power of storytelling and its role in fostering empathy and meaningful dialogue. The discussion revolves around Ford's novel 'The Many Daughters of Afong Moy,' which details the epic saga and genera…
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The Stage as a Character: A Conversation Richard Heffner Richard Heffner discusses his early experiences in theater and his transition from being in a band to becoming a set designer. He talks about his journey from West Virginia, his work in Charleston's theater community, his experiences with Footlight Players, and his contributions to PURE Theat…
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A Conversation with Patricia Williams Dockery: Discussing Education, Civil Rights and Her Journey as a Writer. Co-hosted by Joy Vandervort-Cobb The podcast features conversation with writer Patricia Williams Dockery, known for 'Septima', a play that celebrates the life and struggles of Septima P. Clark, an important figure in civil rights and educa…
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Filmmaker Jason Chao and actor Anna Lin share their unique experiences in the theater community. They discuss their roles in 'The Chinese Lady' by Lloyd Suh, and how the play's narratives mirror their own realities in terms of shared and diverse experiences, and the feeling of being 'outsiders'. Anna talks about her journey in comedy and improvisat…
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The PURE Theatre Experience: Behind the Scenes with Sharon Graci In this episode of the PURE Theatre Podcast, host Rodney Lee Rogers talks to Sharon Graci, the Artistic director of PURE Theatre and director of the Lehman Trilogy. Graci shares insights into the immense organizational and creative demands of running both a theatre company and a famil…
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In this episode, Rodney Lee Rogers engages in a captivating conversation with economist Steve Slifer, who worked on Wall Street for many years and has a wide-ranging perspective on the field of economics. Mr. Slifer talks about how he began in the business, his exciting journey, the thrill of forecasting, and his current endeavors. The discussion a…
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A Conversation with Actor & Director Michael Smallwood The conversation begins with Smallwood discussing his early love of storytelling and how he connects it to the concept of humanity. He refers to narrative as an important human evolutionary tool and how it played a significant role in his career, from his earliest acting experience playing Sant…
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In a captivating conversation, Shivam Patel reveals his experiences navigating the world of theater. Starting with his first role, with 'Puss in Boots' as a child, Shivam discusses his journey to becoming a professional actor, and his passion for fostering the love of theater. The conversation dives deeper into the duality of identity as a child of…
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Welcome back to another episode of the 360 Justice podcast, hosted by Joe McKenna. Today, we are joined by Roger Lichtman, Justice Lead, Americas at AECOM. In this episode, Joe and Roger dive deep into Roger's extensive experience in the criminal justice industry. With over 40 years as an architect in this field, Roger shares his insights on the ev…
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In this episode of the PURE Theatre Podcast, host Rodney Lee Rogers chats with R.W. (Smitty) Smith, a versatile actor, writer, and director with PURE Theatre's core ensemble. Smith shares his expansive journey from his early exposure to theater in high school, his experience in the Air Force, to his accomplishments in the theater world. The discuss…
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Fred Thompson, the playwright of the play 'Atwater' joins host Rodney Lee Rogers for an invigorating chat. Thompson discusses his journey in writing the play 'Atwater,' revealing his fascination with the theme of ego, ambition, and success in society. They discuss how his play explores a crucial question - what it means to win in society and how it…
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In this episode of the 360 Justice Podcast, Steve Carter sits down with Anadora Moss, the founder of the Moss Group, a criminal justice consulting firm. Ms. Moss has been at the forefront of implementing the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) and has been instrumental in developing culture change initiatives in the criminal justice system. In this …
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In this podcast episode, Brian Lee and Wayne Dicky discuss the importance of meeting the needs of incarcerated individuals and how our assumptions about rule-breaking can hinder effective management. They emphasize that sometimes people break rules to survive, and it's essential to create an environment that addresses those underlying needs. The co…
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No matter how prepared a candidate is, the weight of a new correctional director's responsibilities and expectations can seem overwhelming. On this episode of 360 Justice, hosts Eli Gage and Ken McGinnis sit down with Kevin Kempf, Executive Director of the Correctional Leaders Association, a non-profit organization that provides leadership, consult…
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After nearly a decade of effort and planning, the new Travis County Civil and Family Courts Facility is finally on the road to completion. Travis County Courts Administrative Judge Lora J. Livingston joins hosts Eli Gage and Rob Fisch to recap this project's notorious history, its progressive P3 approach, and the many ways the new facility will imp…
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All divisions in the criminal justice industry strive to reach positive outcomes for incarcerated people. Some believe that the process for ensuring this outcome is changing dramatically. In this episode of 360 Justice, Dr. Elizabeth Falcon, CEO and founder of nationally recognized consulting and management firm Falcon, joins hosts Eli Gage and Bob…
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Did your county fail to meet eligibility for COVID-19 relief funds under the CARES Act? A new recovery plan, the American Rescue Plan (ARP), promises to provide relief to counties that struggled to meet previous government requirements for funding. Together with hosts Eli Gage and Karl Becker, Associate Legislative Director of Tax/Finance and Inter…
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This episode of 360 Justice features Eli Gage and Ken McGinnis talking to Gary Mohr, former ACA President and past Director of Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, about the high pressures correctional staff face and their potential risks regarding the criminal justice system. Gary also delves into the rise of the prison population an…
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For the criminal justice industry, the COVID-19 pandemic created endless questions that had no answers. As we approach the one-year mark, 360 Justice hosts Eli Gage and Bob Glass sit down a second time with Maricopa County Deputy Chief Brian Lee to discuss his experiences and challenges over the past year and how Maricopa’s new adaptive intake cent…
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Public Private Partnerships (P3) are one of the fastest-growing alternative delivery methods in the world. In this episode of 360 Justice Podcast, Hunt Companies Senior Vice President Rodney Moss, one of the foremost experts on P3 delivery in the criminal justice industry, joins hosts Eli Gage and Joe Lee to break down the myths that pervade progre…
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Jackson County Circuit Court Judge David Byrn joins hosts Eli Gage and Chloe Jaco to explore the changing thought process of courts, the true value of progressive justice, and the significant impact of Jackson County's Steering Committee. Judge Byrn also outlines his court’s technological solutions for the operational challenges in the new normal a…
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Denver City and County Sheriff Elias Diggins joins co-hosts Eli Gage and April Pottorff to discuss how gender equity drives operational and environmental design in justice facilities. Diggins also dives into effective best practices to shift focus towards gender-responsive, trauma-informed rehabilitation programs and individualized mental health tr…
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In this episode of the 360 Justice Podcast, Eli Gage and Tony Turpin are joined by John Wetzel, Secretary of Corrections for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, to discuss how his department has used data to drive their response to the current pandemic and inform their approach to population reduction. Wetzel also explores his time as a for…
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In this episode of the 360 Justice Podcast, Host Eli Gage and colleague Bob Glass sit down with Brian Lee, Deputy Chief at Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on local jurisdictions and criminal justice systems and how Maricopa County’s new, progressive intake center will provide an adaptable space for the community …
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In this debut episode of 360 Justice, Host Eli Gage is joined by colleagues, Joe Lee and Bob Glass, to discuss the state of the criminal justice industry. The trio discusses the benefits of establishing preventive maintenance practices to improve efficiency and increase cost savings through the entire lifecycle of a facility and explores how the in…
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