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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.
 
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.
 
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)
 
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 ...
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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
 
The Goblin Podcast is a kid's podcast featuring original musical stories, from acclaimed children's theatre makers. Each episode we’ll be bringing you new musical stories for the whole family to enjoy wherever you like. Our stories are full of catchy new songs and a lot of fun that will inspire the imagination of all ages. From The Legend of the Jazz Penguin (a musical adventure about a little Penguin looking for her sound) to Hey Diddle Diddle (a celebration of nonsense based on the nursery ...
 
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 ...
 
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
 
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 Libe ...
 
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.
 
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).
 
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.
 
Twice a month, theatre critics Diep Tran and Jose Solis will discuss three shows at three different price points (usually in New York City, because that’s where they’re based), tell you which show is most worth your time and money, interview interesting artists you should know about, and rant and rave about various theatrical topics. All in under 15 minutes. So want to get a dose of theatre as you’re at the gym, or in between scene changes, or on break during tech? Take your Token Theatre Fr ...
 
INNFIELD is a weekly (Mondays from June 1, 2021) podcast by freelance journalist and long-time former national radio host and commentator Richard Innfield (no, not the BBC — but something very like it). Refreshingly, it has nothing whatever to do with marketing, self-help, social media, celebrities, so-called 'influencers', materialism, money, COVID, or the runaway egos of politicians and so-called captains of industry. 'Well, what does that leave, then?' I hear you ask. It leaves travel, cu ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Stance is an independent award-winning arts, culture and current affairs podcast run by New York based journalist and curator Chrystal Genesis. An episode is released on the 1st of every month. Guests so far include musicians Four Tet, Jamila Woods, Róisín Murphy, Amber Mark, Caribou, Kaytranada, Jessie Ware, Tricky and Nao, authors Yaa Gyasi, Sayaka Murata, Elif Shafak & Valeria Luiselli, lawyer and campaigner Gina Miller, politician Bobi Wine, poets Fatimah Asghar, John Cooper Clarke & Kae ...
 
Join us as we travel across England visiting well-known wonders and some lesser-known places on your doorstep – all of which have helped make the country what it is today. From a hut in Bletchley Park where modern computing evolved, to the iron railings in London to which suffragettes chained themselves in the fight for women’s right to vote, we’ll step back in time to the very roots of our national identity to bring you the people and the stories that have helped shape England. Irreplaceabl ...
 
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!
 
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(This conversation was originally broadcast on March 3, 2021) Tom's guest in this archive edition of Midday is the American author, George Saunders. He’s published hundreds of short stories, and his first novel, Lincoln in the Bardo, won the prestigious Man Booker Prize in 2017. Saunders’ short stories have been published in The New Yorker, Harper’…
 
(This conversation originally aired on March 16, 2021)Tom's guest on this archive edition of Midday is Alec MacGillis, an award-winning reporter for ProPublica whose work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker and The Atlantic, among other publications. His latest book is about Amazon, and about the seismic shifts that it has c…
 
This week, Paul goes Behind the Curtain with playwright/actor Kayla Boye to discuss her hit show “Call Me Elizabeth.” Set in 1961, this is an intimate (though virtual) look at the life of the incredible Liz Taylor. Just off an Academy Award triumph and recovery from a near fatal battle with pneumonia, the play examines Taylor’s career, life and lov…
 
Midday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins Tom today with her review of Serious Adverse Effects, playwright Derek Lee McPhatter's contemporary — and timely — drama about medical ethics. The world-premiere play, developed under the aegis of the National Black Theatre’s I AM Soul playwright residency program, is being staged by Rapid Lemon Productio…
 
With vaccinations up and COVID cases down, this summer’s travel season is expected to be considerably better than last year’s. Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of summer, is a little over a week away, so today, we thought it would be good to catch up with the mayor of Ocean City, a small town (pop. 7,102) on Maryland's Atlantic shore that…
 
The worst of the COVID-19 pandemic might be behind us, but the pandemic's economic impact remains significant. With more than 8 million people still out of work across the country, the most recent jobs report showed considerably fewer jobs added than had been expected. Even before the pandemic, the Federal Reserve reported that 40% of Americans do …
 
Four times each year, a grassroots organization called Baltimore Ceasefire 365 holds sacred space rituals and a variety of other events to call attention to the efforts that so many in our community are making to stop the violence that so often plagues some of our neighborhoods. After each Ceasefire Weekend, we invite one of the co-organizers of th…
 
Today on Midday: What will it take for cities like Baltimore to bounce back, not only from the ravages of the Coronavirus pandemic, but from the problems that have plagued many mid-sized American urban centers for years prior to COVID 19? We begin today with a conversation about a new book that looks at the challenges facing six cites: Baltimore, C…
 
Today on Midday: We're looking at how cities like Baltimore can recover, not only from the ravages of the Coronavirus pandemic, but from the problems that have plagued many mid-sized American urban centers for years prior to COVID-19. Now, we turn to two keen observers of the local business environment and Baltimore's rapidly changing cityscape: Et…
 
Midday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins Tom today with her review of Berta, Berta, the latest virtual (.i.e, filmed) production from Baltimore's Everyman Theatre. Playwright Angelica Cheri's moving drama, about a romance rocked by a man's shocking crime, world-premiered three years ago at the Contemporary American Theater Festival in Shepherdst…
 
It’s the Maryland Film Festival edition of Midday at the Movies. The annual film festival runs from May 19-27. Once again, it will be an all-virtual affair, although people holding an all-access pass will be invited to a few in-person screenings. The Parkway Theater does remain closed at the moment. Some local theaters are beginning to re-emerge fr…
 
Jeremiah Morrell, Zach Burcham, and Jesse Riddle piece things together. Our featured guest is Mark Fultz. Dakota Davis is off saving people from darkness. https://bosshog.fireside.fm/222 This is the episode where all technology decides to break. A rare audio only episode that was off the rails before the show even started. The guys try to pick up t…
 
Now, Tom welcome back to the show Dr. Julie Schablitsky, Chief Archaeologist with the Cultural Resources Division of the Maryland Department of Transportation's State Highway Administration. Dr. Schablitsky led the MDOT/SHA team that recently discovered important new information about a once-enslaved Black man named Ben Ross, the father of famed ab…
 
It’s Midday with the Mayor, as Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott joins us live. The city’s seemingly intractable epidemic of homicides continues. Gov. Larry Hogan has been critical of the Mayor and other city leaders on their crime-fighting efforts. Can the city count on the state’s assistant to turn the tide? Will the Mayor sign a controversial b…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with author Richard Keith to discuss his new book “Prison Clown,” exploring the years he spent in federal prison for what most would consider to be no crime at all. Richard is joined by Criminal Defense Attorney Gal Pissetzky (Pissetzky Law Firm) who keeps things real with his experience of representing many …
 
Today on Midday, two conversations about policing and police reform... It was a familiar scene: the Rev. Al Sharpton of New York on Monday delivered an impassioned eulogy of a Black man killed by police. Andrew Brown, killed during a traffic stop in which police were trying to serve a warrant, was laid to rest in North Carolina on Monday. Last week…
 
The second in the This is South Africa series, this episode looks at the city built on gold — the economic powerhouse of Johannesburg, or, to be more accurate, the conurbation of Johannesburg, Pretoria and the Reef towns, for they have all grown together into one young and dynamic metropolis and world capital. In 1886, just 135 short years ago, Joh…
 
South Africa is a country that gets, for one reason or another, a lot of bad press. It is also Innfield's home. Since the advent of democracy in the country in 1994, there has been widespread and renewed interest in visiting it, or relocating there. Unfortunately, though, despite the new political dispensation, there is a lot of poverty that the vi…
 
This is the second episode that describes Innfield's time as the drummer in a circus band. It was a fabulous, nomadic experience full of colour, spectacle, noise, tents full of people and excitement. And quite a lot of candy floss. But running strongly through it was a family feeling and a sense of community and belonging. This episode banishes man…
 
This episode and the following one tells of the year Innfield spent as a drummer in a circus band. Younger, footloose and fancy-free and quite useful on the drums, spending that length of time with a travelling circus is an experience that's not given to everybody. It was a fabulous adventure for a 23-year-old. There's a lot of mythology that surro…
 
Innfield's entire career has been in journalism and as a long-time host on national public radio. The character of both of these is changing, and the Internet has made it possible to set up an online radio station relatively inexpensively, where you can broadcast to the world from a corner of your bedroom (should you so wish!). This episode looks a…
 
The third episode of our podcast mini-series, Breaking Silence, looks at the silencing of cultural identity across national, ethnic and religious borders and ways in which international artists are unearthing these issues in their work. Artistic Director Josephine Burton speaks to theatre-maker Krzysztof Czyzewski, whose Borderlands project aims to…
 
Today's edition of Midday at the Museum continues with the new executive director of The Jewish Museum of Maryland, Dr. Sol Davis. He comes to Charm City from Tucson, Arizona, where he was director of The Jewish History Museum and Holocaust History Center. He joins us today on Zoom… The Jewish Museum will host a virtual program next Tuesday night. …
 
Today it's Midday at the Museum. Tom's guests are the new executive directors of two of Baltimore’s most cherished institutions. A little later, Tom speaks with Dr. Sol Davis, who has recently taken the reins of The Jewish Museum of Maryland. But we begin with Terri Lee Freeman. Before coming to Baltimore, she served for six years as the director o…
 
Every year, the City of Baltimore sells liens on properties in an effort to collect past-due property taxes and other charges. This year’s sale is scheduled to take place in two weeks. Yesterday, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced that the city will remove some homes from its annual tax sale so that people, particularly first-time homeowners, …
 
It seems some of you enjoyed my little hymn of praise to London (see London for beginnners - Part 1) last time - so here's some more. For those of you who didn't catch the first one, I suggest you go back and listen to it before listening to this one, which is a continuation. It's about my lifelong love affair with this most fascinating of world ca…
 
About 105 million adults in the United States have been fully vaccinated against COVID 19. New England states have the highest percentage of those who are inoculated. MD ranks 15th in the country, with 2.1 million people fully vaccinated so far. Finding a vaccine is no longer a problem. Convincing everyone to get a vaccine is now the focus of publi…
 
Once upon a time, when Innfield was full of youth and wonder, still at school and living in Cape Town, South Africa, he overheard his parents one night talking about a proposed trip to the UK the next year. Both his parents being British, and his mother resolutely Scottish, the boy realised when he heard them talking about 'home' that they weren't …
 
In June 2015, Innfield and wife were living in Cape Town, South Africa, minding their own business and getting on with their lives in the sunshine. Mrs Innfield, being German, needed a temporary residence/work permit which had to be renewed every two years. This document was specific to her job at a school in Cape Town, and when the time came for i…
 
In this episode of Stance, Chrystal Genesis is joined by film programmer and cultural researcher Jemma Desai. Together they examine the practices of (Un)learning for Liberation as they highlight the many forms of abolitionist thinking through literature, music, activism and film. We speak with London based artist, writer and political organiser Jos…
 
They’re baaaaack….live concerts, that is. The great ‘cellist Amit Peled — heard in the opening of this segment playing Ennio Morricone's Love Theme from his score for Cinema Paradiso — is the founder and music director of a chamber orchestra called the Mount Vernon Virtuosi. A week from tomorrow, he will conduct the group and play as a soloist in a…
 
Today on Midday, it’s Midday with the Mayor, with Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley. He was born in South Africa, grew up in Australia, and after a successful career as a restaurateur in Annapolis became the Mayor of the state’s capital city in December, 2017. A Democrat, he has announced that he will stand for re-election in November of this year. He …
 
Jeremiah Morrell and Dakota Davis are your hosts, Zach Burcham is the producer. Our featured guest is Darrel Radford, local journalist and author. https://bosshog.fireside.fm/221 We got the chance to talk to recently retired Darrel Radford, who has been covering the local news beat since the 1970’s, topics include the local newspaper industry, how …
 
Yesterday was the final day of arguments for the current term of the U.S. Supreme Court. The Court will meet on several non-argument days and in conference before releasing their decisions sometime this summer.In his latest book, Ian Millhiser argues that the current conservative majority on the Court has the potential to radically alter American l…
 
It’s Day 100 for the Biden Administration. Last night, the President made his pitch for going big with a package of legislative fixes for everything from our crumbling infrastructure to poverty and unemployment. He did not shy away from addressing how to pay for his multi-trillion-dollar proposals, following-up on a campaign pledge to raise taxes o…
 
Chumbawamba are globally ubiquitous for their song Tubthumping, appearing on numerous one-hit-wonder compilation albums. But Chumbawamba are no flash in the pan pop group. They were a band for thirty years from 1982 to 2012 and Boff Whalley was there for it all. Enter the crazy multifaceted world of Chumbawamba in this instalment of The David Eagle…
 
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