A portal opens up in time and space. Do you go through? Find out in Colleen M. Hughes' The Travellers.Read More
Gather round the fire, everyone. Rosa Nagle has some Ghost Stories to tell you.Read More
Real men play 16-Inch Softball.Read More
This episode we go back to antiquity for Mara Elissa Palma's Octavia and Kleopatra, which imagines what would happen if these two legendary women had clashed.
In our talk with Mara we discuss mining the past for strong female characters, Shakespeare nerdism, her plans for taking over the world, and a certain actor's theory about what is and isn't enough representation.Read More
We talk to the playwright, screenwriter, board game designer, children's book author, and designer Greg Lam about his penchant for mashing up genres, 90's Vertigo comics, bringing sci-fi tropes to the stage, and that one time Chaplin and Keaton worked together.
Then we hear an excerpt from his play Repossessed, where a married couple discovers that their ideal marriage must be repossessed by the biotech company that manufactured it and implanted it into their brains. This play will receive readings by the Pork Filled Players in Seattle on November 1 and by Fresh Ink Theatre in Boston on November 16.Read More
Welcome back to our second episode! We sit down with playwright Mary McCullough and talk about growing up in the segregated South, a women's theatre tour of Africa and China, and the importance of adequate bookstore density. Folks, this lady has stories and the BEST answer to the question "What's the phone call you wish to receive from someone listening to the podcast?".
Then we hear a stirring excerpt from her play, Ballahoo in the Hair Kitchen to get into a little hoodoo, necrocosmetology, and school desegregation.Read More