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A dramatised audiobook adaptation of J. M. Barrie's novel, Peter Pan. Presented by Ballarat National Theatre and featuring the voices of a cast of both child and adult Australian actors recorded from their home studios, our production explores the darker side of the classic novel.
 
Stories of things that happened in North Dakota and vicinity. Sitting Bull to Phil Jackson, cattle to prairie dogs, knoefla to lefse. In partnership with the Historical Society of North Dakota, and funded by the North Dakota Humanities Council, a nonprofit, independent state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the program do not necessarily reflect those of the North Dakota Humanities Council or the National ...
 
Thesis on Joan is a podcast dedicated to amplifying voices from the LGBTQ+ community in the New York performing arts scene and examining the industry from a queer perspective! Join fanqueers and theatre professionals Holly (they/them) and Meghan (she/her) as they sit down with groundbreaking theatre folx, from Brooklyn cabaret performers to people backstage and on Broadway. For many queers, theatre has been an escape, this podcast looks to have open conversations on where we’ve come from and ...
 
NYTF Radio presented by the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene serves to educate listeners on the history of Yiddish Theatre. Season 1 will consist of episodes that trace the early history of Yiddish Theatrical Performance in Europe and United States: From Purim spiels, to Avrom Goldfaden and the Sorceress, to late 19th Century Yiddish Theatre in America. At the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene, our mission is to celebrate the Yiddish experience through the performing arts by transmittin ...
 
The Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, an Illinois not-for-profit organization, is committed to presenting the finest in international, cultural, community and educational programming to Chicago and to the continued restoration and preservation of the National Historic Landmark Auditorium Theatre.
 
Visual art, theatre, film and literature. Segments include: - 'Art Attack' - fortnightly visual arts reviews with Ace Wagstaff and Tai Snaith. - 'Shoot the Messenger' - fortnightly theatre news & reviews with Fleur Kilpatrick. - 'Drawn Out' - monthly chat about comic books and graphic novels with Bernard Caleo. Please email talks@rrr.org.au for all interview requests. About the Presenter Richard Watts has many years experience working in the arts industry, including five years as the Artisti ...
 
The Storyteller Series is a podcast bringing back classic radio theatre featuring engaging storytelling delivered to you monthly. Full cast productions of original short stories in an audio drama style. All will bring you on an audible journey. Check out our print edition: https://nightshiftradio.com/storytellersprint Check out the other Night Shift Radio Productions: https://nightshiftradio.com/ Want to submit your short story? https://nightshiftradio.com/submissions
 
Join host Will Wilhelm (they/them) for an intimate chat and a tarot reading with America’s coolest and queerest theatre creators. Each episode, Will and their special guest create space to summon a brighter, bolder, binary-breaking future. As the candle burns low, Will offers a unique tarot reading that folds in Shakespeare’s sonnets. This podcast is your all-access hand stamp to the genderqueer party you never knew was all around you!
 
The Dash Arts podcast takes on big issues through an artistic lens. Hear artists, filmmakers, musicians, theatre makers and more explore the challenges facing society today. In each episode Dash Arts' Artistic Director Josephine Burton hosts conversations delving into movements, legacies and ideas that continue to shape the cultural landscape worldwide. For more information, videos and podcasts, please head to www.dasharts.org.uk. Dash Arts is a National Portfolio Organisation funded by the ...
 
Monday-Friday from noon-1:00, Tom Hall and his guests are talking about what's on your mind, and what matters most to Marylander's, the latest news, local and national politics, education and the environment, popular culture and the arts, sports and science, race and religion, movies and medicine. We welcome your questions and comments. E-mail us at midday@wypr.org
 
Theatre Deli Co-Artistic Director Roland Smith talks to the theatremakers, artists and performers who are inspiring a new generation of practitioners across the UK. First series includes interviews with Tom Morris (Bristol Old Vic, National Theatre), Lee Simpson (Improbable), writer Vinay Patel and director Nadia Latif. Produced by Lydia Thomson Theme music by Luke B. Ford
 
A daily podcast where Ryan Simmons (UCB Theatre, SB Nation) watches exactly one minute of the 3-and-a-half hour 2019 movie The Irishman and then talks about it for a few minutes, and I honestly could not tell you why. New episodes Monday-Friday. Theme song: The Irish Washerwoman by Ron McKinnon (via Creative Commons: https://soundcloud.com/ron-mckinnon/irish-washerwoman)
 
Jeremiah Morrell and Dakota Davis discuss the happenings of their rural Indiana county week to week. The Boss Hog of Liberty is a local show with a national impact because everyone in the world lives in a county similar to theirs. The crew details their lives and gives interview opportunities to the world's top experts in politics, policy, economics, and anything else they find interesting! Listen today, and support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/bosshogofliberty Part of the We Are Liber ...
 
In this collection, leading playwrights explain some of the key elements of a well-written play, and discuss how they approach them in their own work. Simon Stephens, David Hare, Katori Hall, Matt Charman, Nell Leyshon, James Graham, Alia Bano, Richard Bean, Anders Lustgarten and Roy Williams talk about writing dialogue, creating characters, structuring a narrative and more. They also offer some top tips for first time writers, and talk about their own writing methods.
 
English Touring Theatre is one of the UK's most successful and exciting production companies, widely regarded as England's National Theatre of Touring. Led by Director Richard Twyman, the company works with leading artists to stage an eclectic mix of new and classic work for audiences throughout the UK and overseas; theatre that is thrilling, popular and, above all, entertaining.
 
Entertainment is changing. Discover how Immersive entertainment is changing our culture, the way we interact, and the way we play. Each Monday, the creators of immersive experiences tell us what it means to engage with new rules in new worlds. VR, escape rooms, social adventures, and alternate reality games only scratch the surface of what’s to come as the immersive revolution grows.
 
Tales of the LGBT+ is a weekly podcast that sheds light on the remarkable people within our LGBTQ+ family. The guests interviewed come from all walks of life, and they have a story worth listening to. We do not shy away from any topic. The stories from our Rainbow Community at the local, national and international level should be heard and celebrated! Tales of the LGBTQ+ has been created in original form as a video podcast , and it is provided here for your convenience to listen to in audio ...
 
A Pride and Prejudice audiobook performed by 27 actors with gorgeous ambient sounds and music to bring the story to life. Presented over 30 beautiful episodes.This dramatised audiobook is produced by the Australian not-for-profit community theatre company, Ballarat National Theatre. 2021 Webby Award Honoree in the 25th Annual Webby Awards (Limited Series Podcast - Scripted Fiction).
 
Audio podcasts from guest artists of the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC) at Florida State University. This series of podcasts include interviews with choreographers participating in MANCC residencies discussing current research topics relevant to work on tour in this country and abroad.
 
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Featuring Artistic Director of National Queer Theatre Adam Odessa-Rubin | he/him : Will and Adam discuss the origins of NQT and America's only theatre festival dedicated to new plays by LGBTQ artists from countries that criminalize queer and trans people. Nobody's gonna break NQT's stride as this summer's festival will go forward as planned only ou…
 
Tom's Newsmaker guest today is Dr. Sonja Santelises, the CEO of the Baltimore City Public Schools. Summer school is underway in the city four days a week, and the need for many students to address learning loss that arose during this past, tumultuous academic year is great. By the end of last month, 65% of secondary students and half of elementary …
 
Just when we think we have a handle on the pandemic, we get thrown another curveball. COVID-19 cases in Canada are on the decline, vaccinations are up, and provinces are starting to re-open, but a new variant has taken hold here, potentially leaving us vulnerable to a new spike in infections. National Post health reporter Sharon Kirkey joins Dave t…
 
It’s Midday on Ethics, another in our regular series of conversations with Jeffrey Kahn, PhD, MPH, the director and professor of Bioethics and Public Policy at The Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics. The news about COVID-19 in Maryland continues to improve. For the second day in a row, no one has died from the disease in our state, and hea…
 
You've heard of Nordic Noir but what about Scandi Blanc? Bestselling author Alexander McCall Smith has taken the noir out Swedish crime fiction in his latest series starring the warm-hearted detective Ulf Varg. Also, writer Jessie Tu on her preoccupation with loneliness and a big sweeping narrative about a fictional female pilot who goes missing in…
 
Remember their names....James Kereama Stent and Tui Tahere-Katene performed together recently on Maori Television's new talent show 5 Minutes of Fame. Not only did the Kapiti based friends who are just 15, perform as a duet, they also competed individually in the Teen section. Even before their TV appearances they became a social media hit after si…
 
Little Red Riding Hood reimagined as an interactive opera for children... That's what UK-based Kiwi composer, Lucy Mulgan, has created for Orchestra Wellington and New Zealand Opera. RED! is set in the New Zealand bush and addresses some big issues children face, including how to handle bullying. Around 400 primary school children will sing alongsi…
 
An actor's voice is as important - if not more so - than their look when it comes to casting. Film makers have more options than stage - for example the voices of many of the Bond girls in the first 007 films were re-dubbed by German-born British actress Nikki van der Zyl - even Dr No's Ursula Andress. But that's the extreme - actors need to not on…
 
The ill-fated attempt by Nelson colonists to confront Te Rauparaha and a party of his warriors in 1843 - a fatal dispute now known as "The Wairau Affray" - is being portrayed in a new stage play. Justin Eade has consulted with the Ngati Toa Rangatira Iwi during the two years he's been researching and writing the script. He says it's a hugely import…
 
Composer John Gibson has set himself a pretty big task - conveying the power and dominance of the Catholic Church in Renaissance Europe through sound and music. Rather than relying on existing sound effects for the Auckland Theatre Company's upcoming production of Berthold Brecht's The Life of Galileo, John's been out recording bells and the Auckla…
 
Two young cellists and a violinist vying to win New Zealand's National Concerto Competition had to wait a frustrating extra three months to compete in the big finale due to the Covid-19 outbreak in March.. But last night they took to the stage at Christchurch's James Hay Theatre, and earlier today Lynn Freeman spoke to the winner and one of the jud…
 
Using art to help people who've suffered mental or physical trauma - that's the ambition of Wellington based visual artist and poet Maisie Chilton. She knows full well the power of art to heal. Maisie has cerebral palsy and PTSD - post traumatic stress disorder, following a sexual assault. But creating her own art has helped her through some tough …
 
On June 19th, 1865, Major General Gordon Granger issued General Order No. 3 in Galveston, Texas, declaring that all slaves were free, two months after Confederate General Robert E. Lee had surrendered to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant in Appomattox, Virginia, ending the Civil War. Tom's guest today is the author and historian, Annette Gordon-Reed. She has w…
 
As the COVID-19 pandemic has dragged on, some businesses have raised concerns over their ability to keep workers on staff due to shutdowns, but also due to government benefits and COVID anxiety keeping people at home. And as the government looks to roll back some of these benefits, there are concerns that it’s too soon, as it’s unclear whether we’r…
 
Written by: Adam Copeland Produced/Directed by: Michael Fight Storyteller Series Editor: Michael Wyant, Jr. Narrator: Caleb Coy Cooper: Michael Cherniak McHale/Sal: Mike Wyant Jr Exley: Mathew Bianchi Detective Reese: James Hansen Frenchy: Corey Halrawk The Waitress: Ivy Dupler Various Voices: Casey Ryan Sign up to our weekly newsletter! NSRad.io/m…
 
This date in 1862 was the eve of Emancipation Day in Dakota Territory. That’s because the following day Congress would pass “An Act to secure Freedom to all Persons within the Territories of the United States.” The act read: “... there shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in any of the Territories of the United States now existing, or…
 
Jeremiah Morrell, Dakota Davis, and Zach Burcham are your guides to episode 210. We have a bittersweet episode with Mark Brim; he is leaving Indiana for the green green pastures of South Dakota. he has launched a new You Tube page called “Clueless Farmer” where we can follow along with his journey. In protest of his departure, Indiana had an earthq…
 
Live, werk, pose! Steven Canals, co-creator, executive producer, writer and director of Pose gets deep and meaningful with BL + BW, reflecting on the end of the award-winning series which has been hailed as groundbreaking for trans representation. Steven shares what it was like to be in the room when Billy Porter shared his HIV status with the cast…
 
It's time for another visit from Midday's theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck, who joins Tom on Skype today with her movie hat on: she spotlights the new film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, In the Heights. The film musical retains most of the Broadway version's high-spirited songs and signature lyrics, and like t…
 
Next on Midday: “Majoring in Marijuana.” The medical and recreational cannabis industry is a multi-billion-dollar business. The University of MD School of Pharmacy is the first institution in the country to offer a Master’s Degree in Medical Cannabis Science and Therapeutics, to train people to work in this burgeoning field. Joining Tom is Natalie …
 
Hardly a day goes by without reports of groups of four or more people becoming victims of gun violence somewhere in the United States. According to the Gun Violence Archive, there have been 80 mass shootings in the United States since the first of this year that have left 90 people dead and 371 people injured. The latest occurred in Baltimore yeste…
 
Part 2 of a three part series celebrating Pride and how we as a community can (and will) overcome obstacles. Please watch the interview titled, 'Karen Hofmann - The Route Taken to Achieve Authenticity' before watching this interview (if you can). That interview can be found here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAwtp... Pam Hofmann met a cute boy in…
 
In the plan to reduce Canada’s carbon emissions, Alberta’s oil industry has stuck out as a question mark. It’s a major driver of the economy, but does produce a lot of emissions. But 5 of the biggest players in the oilsands have announced they plan to get to net-zero by 2050. Calgary Herald columnist Chris Varcoe joins Dave to discuss what’s behind…
 
In this episode recorded from our online Dash Café in May, we return to the iconic 2009 Estonian documentary Disco and Atomic War and the topic of borders, propaganda and censorship. Audiences enjoyed excerpts from the film and conversation from speakers including Estonian TV journalist and Disco and Atomic War co-producer and co-screenwriter Kiur …
 
Every six months or so here on Midday, we invite WYPR's President and General Manager, LaFontaine Oliver to join us to talk about how our station is doing, and the state of public media in general. He has experience in both commercial and public radio and a perspective that is both local and national. LaFontaine took the reins of WYPR in the summer…
 
Episode 62. Stay six Feet away from everyone else and tune in to the best investigative journalism broadcast of the year, featuring a cast of thousands of brilliant journalists and insights into their work. Featuring Cobra meetings, Barnard Castle, dubious Covid contracts, David Cameron’s text messages, and much, much more.…
 
On today’s episode, we have a very insightful interview today conducted by the great Budd Mishkin from NY1 and currently on 1010 WINS. Budd is in conversation on a beautiful sunday day with NYTF’s very own Artistic Director Zalmen Mlotek. Zalmen is in the middle of gearing up for the National Yiddish Theater Folksbiene’s upcoming A YIDDISH RENAISSA…
 
Composer and performer Eddie Perfect's Broadway adventures included some of the highest highs and lowest lows of his career. Now with two Broadway credits and a Tony nomination on his CV, he's touring a new show of stories and songs: Introspective.Also, Robyn Nevin has been a leading talent in Australian theatre for decades, but her latest role may…
 
Composer and performer Eddie Perfect's Broadway adventures included some of the highest highs and lowest lows of his career. Now with two Broadway credits and a Tony nomination on his CV, he's touring a new show of stories and songs: Introspective.Also, Robyn Nevin has been a leading talent in Australian theatre for decades, but her latest role may…
 
A little more than half of Marylanders have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 so far. Nationally, we may not reach President Biden’s goal of vaccinating 70% of all Americans by the fourth of July. Mass vax sites are out. Mobile units are in. Convincing the adult holdouts to get a vaccine, and vaccinating children are now the focus of public he…
 
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