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119: THE NEW COLOSSUS audio drama is available for listening!

This short little episode is an announcement of the release of my second full length scripted audio drama, THE NEW COLOSSUS. THE NEW COLOSSUS AUDIO DRAMA is complete and live and available! You can listen to it starting today via Apple Podcasts, Spotify and all the usual podcasts platforms as well as the website www.thenewcolossuspodcast.com. …

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087: Making my first audio drama: Thoughts on MASTER BUILDER

How do you do this audio drama stuff anyway? I’m not entirely sure, but we’re figuring it out! I released MASTER BUILDER, my first audio drama, in July of 2019. Since then, Artist Soapbox has several audio projects in development and we are rolling full speed ahead, but today I took a moment to look back …

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Audition Announcement: Seeking voice actors

SEEKING VOICE ACTORS FOR THE NEW COLOSSUS The New Colossus written by Tamara Kissane is a new audio drama inspired by Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull. Originally staged in 2016 at Manbites Dog Theater and produced by Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern, Tamara has adapted the stage version to audio. A family of frustrated, attention-starved artists …

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050: What’s the context? Dramaturg Alex Ripp unpacks public performance, translation, and arts criticism

What’s more important than context? This candid conversation with dramaturg Alex Ripp ranges far and wide — from making art in the Triangle to art making in Chile, interdisciplinary work, artists and the academy, and most especially, new ways to engage with audience members, arts writers and arts practitioners. Alex Ripp is the Andrew W. Mellon …

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046: What are the benefits of a residency? Dasan Ahanu speaks on Black Poetry Theatre’s decade of connection.

“So much is possible.” Dasan Ahanu is a Poet, Emcee, Writer, Playwright, Performance Artist, Lecturer, and Educator in Durham, North Carolina. He is managing director and co-founder of Black Poetry Theatre (BPT), an African American theatre company started in 2008 that creates original productions featuring artists from the community. Dasan performs two of his original poems in …

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