Tagged: The Citadel Theatre

Ep 133: Let’s Get To It

Guests: Mieko Ouchi, Kristi Hansen & Daryl Cloran
With: Chris W. Cook & #theatremari
Hosted by Taylor Chadwick
Creative Commons Music From Josh Woodward
Contains some coarse language

The boys are back in podcast town! What It Is returns to the Edmonton Theatre scene in fine form with a top notch ep full of top notch guests. Join Taylor as he chats with The Citadel Theatre’s Daryl Cloran and artists Mieko Ouch & Kristi Hansen as they get the bullseye on The Silver Arrow: The Untold Story of Robin Hood. Plus, Taylor works out the rust (there’s a lot of it) in a round of The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Advice. You’ll also hear from Netflix darling Chris W. Cook and get your Arts News fix from the one and only #theatremari. It’s been too long so get this ep in your ear holes!

Ep 126: Theatre Is My Niche

Guests: Farren Timoteo & Andrea Rankin and Colleen Murphy
With: #theatremari & Brian Bergum
Hosted by Taylor Chadwick
Creative Commons Music from Josh Woodward
Contains some coarse language

The What It Is podcast team proves that theatre is their expertise in an ep covering two theatrical presentations currently playing in Edmonton including The Citadel Theatre’s Peter and the Starcatcher & U of A Studio Theatre’s World Premiere of Bright Burning. We have two new guests in Farren Timoteo & Andrea Rankin who are tracked down at The Citadel to discuss how theatre can be pretty special when it’s left simple. Then, returning to the show is Colleen Murphy who talks to Taylor about her big 12 person world premiere play at the University of Alberta. There’s lots of great chatter about art, life, and the amazing work of our local artists so get it in your ear holes!

Ep 96: Actors Through the Subway Circus

Guests: Braydon Dowler-Coltman, Jordan Dowler-Coltman & Zoe Glassman and Jan Alexandra Smith, John Ullyatt & Ellie Heath
With: #theatremari
Hosted by Taylor Chadwick
Contains some coarse language

Edmonton is a theatre city and What It Is proves it once again. This ep features two interviews – one with indie theatre group Blarney Productions talking dream states with their new show Subway Circus. The second half of the show features a focus on the largest theatre company in Edmonton, The Citadel Theatre and their Edmonton actor extravaganza, Alice Through The Looking Glass. Two perspectives, six guests and #theatreamari with the Arts News. Just another day with What It Is – get it in those ear holes!

Ep 93: New Year, New You Two

Guests: Bob Baker & James MacDonald
With: Chris W. Cook & #theatremari
Hosted by Taylor Chadwick
Contains some coarse language
Creative Commons Music: Josh Woodward

It’s a New Year (new you) and we are starting with a doozy. Taylor welcomes Citadel Theatre AD Bob Baker to talk about the Edmonton theatre company’s 50th season; in the second half of the ep we get the scoop on The Citadel’s latest production of the classic –  Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? from director James MacDonald. Chris plays a full ep of co-hosting duties and we get #theatremari in for the Arts News. 2016, you look good but you sound even better. Get this ep in your ear holes!