Season 2 Episode 1: Secret Talents!

Season 2 Episode 1: Secret Talents!

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Welcome to Season Two of The Deep Field Podcast from Calgary. In our first episode, we celebrate the hidden, hard won and often hilarious skills, knacks, and know-hows that we all possess. Featuring the stories of a second-place aeropress world champion, a former Guinness world record holder, a high school drama class, a Governor General Award-nominated playwright, and a hive of busy bees.

What’s your secret talent?

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About the Authors

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Laurel Green is a dramaturg, director and producer. Artistic Associate at Alberta Theatre Projects (@atplive) in Calgary, she works in new play development, production dramaturgy, programming, and creating events for ATP’s Exchange audience series.
Laurel is a board member for the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (@LMDAmericas) Canada chapter. She often works as a freelancer and she loves hosting secret performances in her backyard.

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Col Cseke is a Calgary based playwright, performer, podcaster, and documentary theatre maker. He is also the Co-Artistic Director of Verb Theatre and the AD of Inside Out Theatre, Calgary’s mixed-ability theatre company. Primarily working in new work and non-fiction/participatory theatre Col’s work has premiered at the High Performance Rodeo, ATP’s playRites Festival, and the Calgary International Children’s Festival. His play Jim Forgetting is published by Scirocco Drama.

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Anton de Groot is a freelance designer, creator, and theatre maker based in Calgary, and has recently completed an MFA in Design and Technical Theatre. His main interest is in scenography within a devised theatre process; how immediate integration of light, sound and projection can be used in the conceptualization and creation of new plays. As is a co-producer of The Deep Field Podcast, he brings a theatrical sensibility to the work, attempting to bring the wide audio scope of the stage to your earbuds while telling stories that are both intimate and surprising.