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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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132: Collaborative Writing 1: Jesus Pancake

Have you ever written with other people? I don’t mean in the same room all quietly chipping away at your individual writing — I mean have you ever collaborated during the creation phase, writer’s room-style where you’re together breaking the story, pitching ideas, fleshing out characters, debating storylines on a shared project?  If you have …

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Upcoming event: Join us for Public Works on November 24!

Grateful for this preview in INDYWeek today! Join us this Sunday, Nov. 24 and again on December 8. Details below. “Tamara Kissane, the playwright and Artist Soapbox podcast host, is well-acquainted with the constraints that film and live theater place around the works their artists can make. But if those mediums make it cost-prohibitive to …

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031: Festival Production Manager for the Women’s Theatre Festival, Katy Koop, keeps it all on track

Based in Raleigh NC and founded in 2016, the Women’s Theatre Festival (WTF) creates, produces, and promotes extraordinary theatre by women. Each play in their summer festival was written by a woman, directed by a woman, and features a diverse cast and crew that’s at least 50% female. In additional, the WTF produces a 24 hour …

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