Tagged: #yegtheatre

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 107: Forceful Fringe Promo 2016 Pt. 1

Guests: Ellen Chorley, David Rae, Dave DeGagné, Brad Gibbons & Erika Conway
Hosted by Taylor Chadwick
Contains Coarse Language

It’s here! It’s here! Our Forceful Fringe Promo Series has begun which means that the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival is right around the corner. Get a head start by getting the lowdown on some shows that you can check out at the festival, plus, meet the guys responsible for creating those kick-ass posters you see all over Whyte Ave at this time of year. Meet creators and performers from Trail & Error, Send in the Girls, YEGDND, Thunderprov and Confessions of a Middle Aged Drama Queen. The planning of your Fringe festival starts here and now – get this ep in your ear holes!

Ep 74: The Ladies Who Theatre Blog

Guests: Louise Mallory, Jenna Marynowski, Savanna Harvey & Kristen Finlay
With: Chris W. Cook
Hosted by Taylor Chadwick
Music from Josh Woodward

We get into it with #yegtheatre bloggers (and vloggers) Louise, Jenna, Savanna and Kristen. The team discusses why they write about theatre without being paid, their favourite work of the 2014/2015 season AND they play an all-new game you won’t want to miss! Truths are exposed, names are dropped, bloggers get confused about what they wrote and Chris W. Cook lays out your arts news. Get it in your hearing holes!