I am working to bring the voices of our creative community to your ears as quickly as possible.
For you, I hope these voices and conversations might be:
- comforting or stimulating
- thought-provoking or soothing
- inspiring or sheltering
- or whatever you need at this moment in time.
My own needs seem to change from hour to hour, but I do find comfort in the connection I feel after a 40 minute conversation with another human being about creativity, life, art, process, and meaning. These conversations are sustaining me in a moment when I feel very isolated and worried.
You’ll see the ten most recent episodes listed below, in case you’ve missed them. If now is not the best time for you to listen, then they will be here when you are ready. Sending you love.
ASBX March 30-April 10, 2020:
- 104: Autobiographical writing, providing opportunities for Black playwrights, and creative process with theatre artist, Monét Noelle Marshall
- 105: Art and education in times of crisis with Ian Finley, playwright and educator
- 106: Maintaining connections and building community online with Johannah Maynard Edwards of the Women’s Theatre Festival
- 107: Empowering Parent Artists with DC rep Marni Penning
- 108: Exploring a Podcast Collective Model with Eric Silver of Multitude Productions
- 109: What does the Poetry Fox say? Deep connections thru performance writing with Chris Vitiello
- 110: Questions, structure, & digging deep. Diving into creative process with playwright, June Guralnick
- 111: Restructuring care around human needs with Rachel Spencer Hewitt, founder of PAAL
- 112: Writing a Scripted Audio Fiction Series with Jessica Wright Buha and Bilal Dardai of Unwell
- 113: Empowering Parent Artists with Chicago rep Lydia Milman Schmidt