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The Food for Thought Project Part Four: Writer Shea Stanley

Katy Koop interviews Shea Stanley, one of the writers in The Food for Thought Project, a year-long lab for aspiring audio dramatists.This is Part Four in a four part series. Read Part One with the producers here, including more about the guest speakers mentioned in this interview. Read Part Two with writer Ashley-Ruth Bernier. Read …

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The Food for Thought Project Part Three: Writer Tori Grace Nichols

Katy Koop interviews Tori Grace Nichols, one of the writers in The Food for Thought Project, a year-long lab for aspiring audio dramatists. This is Part Three in a four part series. Read Part One with the producers here, including more about the guest speakers mentioned in this interview. Read Part Two with writer Ashley-Ruth …

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The Food for Thought Project Part Two: Writer Ashley-Ruth Bernier

Katy Koop interviews Ashley-Ruth Bernier, one of the writers in The Food for Thought Project, a year-long lab for aspiring audio dramatists. This is Part Two in a four part series. Read Part One with the producers here, including more about the guest speakers mentioned in this interview. What can cake teach you about life? …

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The Food for Thought Project Part One: The Producers

Katy Koop interviews Aurelia Belfield and Tamara Kissane, the producers of The Food for Thought Project, about the impetus, process, and inspiration that drives this year-long lab for aspiring audio dramatists. “We all have incredible relationships to what we eat, to what we don’t eat, to what we’ve eaten since childhood and what we were …

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New Works Festival this weekend! (online)

Celebrate the development of NC playwrights this weekend! Tune in to the first annual Sips & Scripts New Works Festival, produced in partnership with the Capital Arts Theatre Guild. 5 full-length original plays by 5 North Carolina-based playwrights will be staged (book-in-hand readings) at the Theatre Raleigh Arts Center on September 10-12, 2021. The live, …

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