If you listed to yesterday’s episode, you’ll know that the podcast is going on hiatus for a bit. Over the last seven weeks, I’ve been working to bring the voices of our creative community to your ears as quickly as possible. The episodes have been coming so fast that periodically, I put up blog posts like this one, with lists of episodes bundled in 2-3 week increments. Below you’ll see the most recent TWELVE episodes from April 13-28.
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 have found comfort in the connection I feel after a 40 minute conversation with another human being about creativity, life, art, process, and meaning. These conversations have sustained me in moments when I feel very isolated and worried.
You’ll see the twelve 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 April 13-April 28, 2020:
- 114: Serving the arts as a business segment with Beth Yerxa of Triangle ArtWorks
- 115: Tap into play with applied theatre artist Amy Sawyers-Williams of See Saw Projects
- 116: The Power of Community with Andrea Klassen of the Procyon Podcast Network
- 117: The goal is collaboration. Improv & sketch comedy with Jack Reitz of Mettlesome
- 118: Empowering Parent Artists with Seattle rep Pamela Campi Spee
- 119: THE NEW COLOSSUS audio drama is available for listening!
- 120: Mindfulness, intention, and process with poet and playwright, Debra Kaufman.
- 121: Measuring the mass of a rom-com. Structure, process, and science with playwright Allan Maule.
- 122: The Parsnip Ship: Revolutionizing the Way You Hear Theatre
- 123: Inspiration, dedication, and production with playwright Mark Cornell
- 124: It’s the little things. Small moments, vulnerability and opportunity with writer Cheryl Chamblee.
- 125: Time to write. Podcasting during a pandemic (with kids).