On this week's episode, we sit down with Preston and Lilly Nelson. We discuss shows Nine Lives and Girls & Boys, work as an artist during the pandemic and their passion for acting. Be sure to watch both shows in person or via livestream beginning June 10th through the 27th!
On this week’s episode, you can hear from 3 of our amazing KidsWrite playwrights!
These students, Grace Niesel, Josie Perry and Jonan Reynolds tell you about their experience in
writing and with KidsWrite along with advice and inspiration to other young writers! Be sure to
watch their plays livestreams on May 28th and May 29th at 7pm!
KidsWrite 2021 Information- 0:48-2:32
Introductions of Special Guests- 2:32-4:50
Josie’s and Grace’s Synopsis and Basic Information of their pieces- 4:50-6:58
Grace’s and Josie’s Writing Background and Inspiration- 6:58-10:42
Grace’s Writing Process- 10:42-12:36
Josie’s and Grace’s Advice for Other Young Authors- 12:36-15:44
Grace and Josie explaining imagining the Story vs. imagining the Audience- 15:44-16:58
Josie’s and Grace’s Experience in KidsWrite- 16:58-19:20
Grace’s and Josie’s Role Models in Writing- 19:20-22:18
Jodin Introduction and “I Have No Idea” Synopsis and Basic Information - 22:18-24:54
Jodin’s Writing Background- 24:54-25:20
Jodin’s Inspiration- 25:20-26:03
Jodin’s Experience in KidsWrite- 26:03-26:55
Advice for what to do if you think you are a writer? - 26:55- 29:00
Into the Fire is back, and we're kicking off 2021 with the inimitable Neel Keller, who directed the original productions of both Forever and Until the Flood!
On this week's episode, we're joined by Laura Lillian Baggett and Kimmy Fiorentino, who will alternately star in A Hundred Words for Snow, opening tomorrow! Join us as we explore the process behind the play, their respective relationships to the character of Rory, and how each of these young actors approached this one-woman show!
On this episode, Jerome Davis is joined by none other than Tatty Hennessy, the playwright behind A Hundred Words for Snow!
On this episode of the Into the Fire podcast series, we're joined by a very special guest: Lucy Atkinson! Lucy Atkinson directed the original production of Tatty Hennessy's A Hundred Words for Snow for Trafalgar Studios in London, and gives insight into both the play and the process behind its inaugural run!
This week we hear from Ben Cameron, President of the Jerome Foundation, on civic leadership and organizational change. Listen to Burning Coal's new episode of our summer podcast series Of Arts & Politics!
Interdisciplinary artist and activist Nicole Garneau discusses her work as a maker of site-specific, critically conscious, and participatory creative actions. In this conversation, she discusses her book Performing Revolutionary and her current project supporting the persecuted Russian feminist artist Yulia Tsetkova. Learn more and find her book at nicolegarneau.com, and join #500Solidarity at freetsvet.net
On this episode, we're joined by some of the promising young playwrights behind our 2020 KidsWrite Festival! Listen in for insight into what's inspired these rising writers!