SWS Podcast 04
Wherein Jacob and Adrienne talk about how much a person can do, what “the audience” wants and the pros and cons of independent theatre festivals for developing new work. iTunes | RSS
They also talk about:
- the benefits of leaving hang-out space when programming cultural events,
- whether David Mamet is a cheery sort of guy,
- different forms of community theatre,
- the importance of doing it yourself,
- starting where people are,
- the relative merits of patronage,
- crowd-sourced funding,
- Adrienne’s approach to writing Final Reports,
- Jacob’s waves of Vancouver-envy, and
- when the audience’s experience of a show begins.
Tune in another time when Adrienne and Jacob re-discuss topics they had to cut from this podcast including their perceived differences between theatre practice in Vancouver and Toronto and applying research-based design principles to devising theatre.
- Jacob on Twitter and on Instagram
- Adrienne on Twitter
- Fun Palace
- Rhubarb Festival
- Buddies in Bad Times
- Dedicated to the Revolutions
- What do theatre audiences want?
- Roller Derby
- The Scoop
- Jason and the Argonauts
- Three Penny Opera
- Difficult Plays and Simple Songs
- Erik Ehn, “The choir needs to hear music, too.”
- “Equity” – Canadian Actors’ Equity Association
- Bell curve
- The guy that Jacob follows on the internet who makes incredibly useful things is Brett Terptra.
- The name of the nanny whose photography was rediscovered is Vivian Maier.
- Emily Dickensen’s work was published during her lifetime, but it was only after her death that the “breadth of her work” (Wikipedia) was revealed.
- The Internet Archive
- Anecdotal Evidence
- Maiko Bae Yamamoto
- Theatre Replacement
- PuSh International Performing Arts Festival
- Summerworks Festival
- Conversation Starters
- Anne Bogart