Episode 3 – Old Works, Different Takes, and New Lives
You may remember the previous post about this topic (Episode 3 Preview) or you might not.
In episode 3, “Old Works, Different Takes, and New Lives”, I set out to explore why we choose to re-tell, re-envision, or re-invent certain stories and what makes them worth the reboot. It’s an all too familiar phenomenon in films where they’re often literally re-made. But it’s different in theatre, and how it’s different is pretty interesting.
But things didn’t exactly play out as I planned.
Thinking Bigger – The Plan!
Hi everybody! We have received some really great feedback about the show, the content, and are even being courted by a few theaters to feature conversations with their artists. Thank you all so very much for your support!
To the plan!
Up Next! Busy, busy, busy!
Hey everybody! Well here we are, and as it goes in theatre, a lot of things come down to scheduling. As artists we are all very busy folks and that’s why it’s very important that we make the time to get people together for these kinds of conversations.
We’ll be having our chat with Julianne and Jenny as planned on May 16th for the “Festivals and Self-Producing” episode. As well as featuring a guest artist who has their own perspective on the subject.
More big news is that we’re also working on another episode as well! At the same time! I know, right?!
Lights Up is on Stitcher!
Check it out! Lights Up: The DC Theatre Podcast is available live-streaming through Stitcher! So now anybody can listen on the go using the Stitcher Mobile App available on Android, Windows Phone, and iOS! We’re multi-platform folks!
New and Noteworthy! And Episode 2 Preview
Great Jeeves! We made the New & Noteworthy section in iTunes! Let’s keep the momentum going and keep those ratings coming!
As we gear up for second episode, we want to get more of our listeners involved. So here’s what we’re going to do: we’re going to tell you who our guests will be, and we’ll leave the floor completely open to any and all kinds of questions. In the interest of time, we’ll select our favorites and the most popular. We will be taking submissions until we start the interview, and we’ll count down the time remaining as we get closer to the date
Episode 2 will feature conversations with Jenny McConnell Frederick of the Source Festival and Julianne Brienza of the Capital Fringe Festival. Continue reading