Guests: Beth Dart, Julie Ferguson & Lady Vanessa Cardona
With: Colton Taylor Thomas & #theatremari
Hosted by Taylor Chadwick
Creative Commons Music by Josh Woodward
Contains some coarse language
What will you find in this new ep? You’ll find a lively, serious, silly and energized discussion about Common Ground Art Society’s latest edition of Found Fest – a site specific/sympathetic/generic festival celebrating theatre and performance right in your hood! Taylor chats with Artistic Producer Beth Dart who is in charge of getting this fest together and artists Julie (NuiBoi) and Lady Vanessa about their inclusive and personal new pieces of theatre happening in spaces you’ve totally been to. CTT is in the hizay, #theatremari stops by, and we even squeeze in a round of Good, Bad, Ugly Advice. Get this ep in your ear holes and take in Found fest 2017!
Guests: Julie Ferguson, Sheiny Satanove, Cheyenne Sykes, Alison Yanota, Rebecca Star, Elliot James, Megan Koshka, Stephanie Bahniuk, Neil Keufler, Gianna Vacirca, Geoffery Ewert, Jenn Best, Jake Blakely, Troy O’Donnell, Andréa Jorawsky, Amber Bissonnette, Chris W. Cook, Oscar Derkx, Andrea Murphy, Ashley Carter, Erin Voaklander, Liz Hobbs
It’s an interview packed ep as we visit the Punctuate Theatre rehearsal compound to chat up their HUGE creative team re: The Suburban Motel Series by Gerorge F. Walker. Hear stories about their creepy rehearsal space, why actors love George F. Walker and meet their extremely talented team in a packed ep. Plus, #theatremari lays out your bi-weekly Arts News.
Guests: Murray Utas, Krista Posyniak, Kate Stashko, Amber Borotsik, Julie Ferguson, Fawnda Mithrush & Paul Blinov
With: Chris W. Cook
Get down with the What It Is crew as they chat up the movers and shakers as part of Expanse Festival 2015. Sure, the festival only runs one weekend but the great conversations featured in this ep will last FOREVER! Get the scoop on how Expanse started, hear about the big issues facing dancers, how performing in public is crazy fun and get a head start on the latest dance crazes. Plus, we lay out some of the art happenings in Edmonton for March 2015.