Monthly Archives: May 2010

Banner Contest!

Here’s the deal: I need a decent banner for the page and my graphic design skills are woeful. Abysmal. Non-existent. So instead of designing something that will ultimately come out underwhelming (if not crappy), I’ve decided to do a little…

#133: Heather Stone and Paul von Stoetzel

Heather Stone and Paul von Stoetzel return to talk about the upcoming The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant, starting May 20th at Bryant Lake Bowl. 00:00-05:56: Paul leaps right in with a mini-biography on Rainer Werner Fassbinder–which is helpful,…

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#132: Leah Adcock-Starr, Justin Alexander, Eric Holm, Ariel Pinkerton, Joseph Papke, and Randy Reyes

The Summer of Shakespeare begins!┬áLeah Adcock-Starr, Justin Alexander, Eric Holm, Ariel Pinkerton, Joseph Papke, and Randy Reyes share their connections to Shakespeare and talk about their respective shows, playing this summer throughout the Twin Cities. 00:00-01:18: The panelists introduce themselves…

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#131: Reginald Edmund and Jessica Huang

Reginald Edmund and Jessica Huang drop in to discuss The Unit Collective and Minneapolis Madness, playing monthly at the Playwrights Center. The Unit Collective is a group of playwrights of color, endeavoring to support one another in the creation of…

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#130: Lisa Channer and Vladimir Rovinsky

The founders of Theatre Novi Most–Lisa Channer and Vladimir Rovinsky–serve as our able guides in today’s podcast, and talk about their most recent work, Mayakovsky and Marinetti. Mayakovsky and Marinetti runs at Open Eye Figure Theatre from May 14th to…

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#129: John Heimbuch

Walking Shadow’s own John Heimbuch talks about The Transdimensional Couriers Union, its creation, and what to expect onstage. The Transdimensional Couriers Union plays from May 7 to the 29 at the People’s Center Theatre near the University of Minnesota Rarig…

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#128: Steve Schroer

Today’s episode features Steve Schroer, Wormwood and absinthe goodness, and playing catch-up with Hardcover Theater. Hardcover specializes in adaptations, predominantly from literature to the stage. Wormwood, an adaptation from the novel by Marie Corelli, is no different, and leads us…

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#127: Jimmy LeDuc, Courtney Miner, Marcia Svaleson

It’s time again to visit with Urban Samurai, talk about Eric Coble’s Bright Ideas, and to meet some new friends. b 00:00-07:18: There’s some chuckling over podcast “traditions” before we get into talking about Jimmy, Courtney, Marcia and their work…

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