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Best National Theatre podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best National Theatre podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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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 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 A ...
 
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
 
The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by local, national and international authors, Seattle Reads, and the annual Washington State Book Awards, American history lecture, and Living History or Living Literature series.
 
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.
 
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.
 
The Center Stage with Pamela Kuhn centers around a different interview each week with a local, national or international artist from a variety of arts disciplines: music, theatre, fine arts, film, dance and literature. We discuss their art, current projects, upcoming performances, exhibitions or releases, and what it means to be an artist in the 21st century. Hosted by international opera singer Pamela Kuhn, with an extensive performing background and an interest in all things arts, will bri ...
 
If all the world’s a stage, we’re the programme notes. The National Theatre Podcast explores how theatre connects to the big issues of our time: sex, death, politics, and everything in between. We take you behind the scenes to investigate the artists and the ideas behind some of today’s most interesting productions, and go out into the world to find theatre at play in our everyday lives. It’s a show about theatre, without the drama.
 
Host Deidra Hughey invites you to listen in on the best free book podcasts right here in her Avid Reader Nation network where you get the most engaging conversations in literary without all the mindless chatter. Hear author guests reading, laughing, and giving useful insights on The Bonafide Literary Show, OutSkirts Science Fiction Theatre, or The Book Tea. It's always something fresh and special here in the Avid Reader Nation for you to crave. Subscribe for free and get your read on!
 
In House celebrates the breadth of talent and creativity in London. Each week we feature London’s most innovative theatres, big and small, from powerhouses like the National Theatre to engine rooms of creativity like the New Diorama.
 
The Obstructed View podcast pits the finest minds of the New York comedy scene against the least essential sports literature of all-time. From Andre Agassi to Tony Siragusa, from Phil Jackson to OJ Simpson, there's no better way to enjoy sports than by reading about it. The hosts' credits include NBC, MTV, ESPN, truTV, and national commercials. They're joined by their friends from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, who have appeared on stage, screen and Days Of Our Lives.
 
Award winning comedy duo, Matt Baram and Naomi Snieckus (Baram & Snieckus) come together as founders of The National Theatre of The World, alumni of The Second City Comedy Theatre in Toronto, and real life married couple on this planet, to host their completely improvised, no holds barred, comedy podcast. That's right, the show is all made up with their instantaneous face words! Each episode they're even joined by one of their genius funny friends who not only share their insights about life ...
 
From its modest beginnings in 1987, National Life Stories has grown significantly and helped to create one of the largest oral history collections in the world – the British Library holds some 70,000 recordings of which nearly 3,000 are long, in-depth biographical interviews created by National Life Stories. Each episode of this podcast will bring you a conversation with someone else associated with National Life Stories – from interviewers, to curators, to listening service and technical st ...
 
The Tale of a Town - Canada is a site-specific oral history and theatre project aiming to capture the collective community memory of Canada's Main Streets, one story at a time, while preserving local heritage and promoting neighbourhood culture.
 
“Monster Attack” is a podcast dedicated to old “Monster Movies,” the ones we all grew up with and fell in love with. These are the films that opened up a new world of scary creatures, sci-fi wonders and frightening tales of the supernatural. Former radio personality Jim Adams re-visit a time when radioactive dinosaurs threatened Tokyo, werewolves terrorized the population at large and mad scientists conducted hideous experiments in large mansions.
 
This is a collection of short pieces, poetry or prose, fiction and non-fiction, in several different languages (except standard English). All chosen and recorded by Librivox volunteers. 01- Italian - Discorso futurista ai Veneziani - keywords: speech delivered at the Fenice theatre in Venice by Futurist figurehead F. T. Marinetti in 1910 02 - Italian - Volantino del volo su Vienna - keywords: unsigned prose leaflet dropped over Vienna, Austria on 9 August 1918, as part of the Flight over Vie ...
 
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In this Special Episode of "Monster Attack!" Jim and Mark reflect on "The Official Frankenstein," presented by The Royal National Theatre of London as a way to raise funds during the Covid-19 Quarantine. Starring Benedict Cumerbatch and Jonny Lee MIller in the title roles, the two actors switched roles for a second presentation. Both are now being …
 
For Front Row’s Friday review, the author Patrice Lawrence and film critic Hannah McGill consider two new options to stream. Little Fires Everywhere, Celeste Ng’s bestselling novel set in 1997 suburban America and raising questions around class and race, has been made into a drama on Amazon Prime, starring Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington. Th…
 
This week's #AudTalk features an exciting conversation between National Geographic Live speaker Brian Skerry and Dr. Steven Kessel, Director of Marine Research at the Shedd Aquarium. Skerry and Kessel bonded over their mutual love of sharks and Steven Spielberg's Jaws, and discussed ways that individuals can help protect the ocean and its inhabitan…
 
The economy is slowly reopening, but many childcare options aren’t — forcing some working moms to choose between work and taking care of the kids. If that choice falls on working moms, it’s bad news for the economy and could mean a “she-cession,” says economist Armine Yalnizyan.Then, meat processing plants have become COVID-19 epicentres, exposing …
 
Percy Bysshe Shelley called poets “the unacknowledged legislators of the world”. A new series of short plays written as we entered the lockdown aims to make playwrights the unacknowledged reporters of the coronavirus crisis. Playwright April de Angelis and Jeremy Herrin, Artistic Director of the theatre company, Headlong, discuss Unprecedented: Rea…
 
B.C.'s provincial health officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, talks to Matt Galloway about the likelihood of a second wave of COVID-19, and how lessons learned so far will help Canadians to be ready.Then, we talk to a panel of experts about the progress being made in the search for a vaccine, and whether the public should temper expectations.Plus, police say…
 
How serious is coronavirus for the survival for the performing arts long term? As a government inquiry begins this week, it’s expected that the performing arts that serve an audience in a confined space, such as theatre, music and dance, will take the longest to return to normal, and even then some of the damage may be irreversible. Caroline Norbur…
 
Eurovision might have been cancelled, but not at Dash Arts! In this LIVE episode we head back to our Eurovision Dash Café last year for an entertaining rundown of its history. Hear from Dr Eurovision (aka Paul Jordan, who did his PhD on the subject) performance artist Richard DeDomenici, our Artistic Director Josephine Burton and our audience, plus…
 
Federico’s Supper Club has been an institution in Vancouver for more than 20 years, but is among a number of Canadian restaurants that recently closed their doors forever. We discuss the challenges facing your favourite restaurants in the pandemic, and beyond.Then, our national affairs panel discusses Ottawa's decision to extend the Canada-U.S. bor…
 
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