Reduced Shakespeare Company Podcast

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“One of the Top 10 Podcasts for Theatre Fans!” (Broadway World) Since 2006, this “bright, breezy, & entertaining” (The Telegraph) podcast demystifies the creative process in chats with some of the sharpest and funniest artists in the business: ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic! Brian Dennehy! Playwright Lauren Gunderson! Director Mary Zimmerman! Novelist Christopher Moore! Comedian Rachel Parris! Shakespearean Sir Stanley Wells! And so many less! HEAR HERE!

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Reduced Shakespeare Company Podcast

REDUCED SHAKESPEARE COMPANY
1 More Lawrence O’Donnell2020-07-06 22:13:31
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2 Lawrence O’Donnell’s ‘Sterling’2020-06-29 23:33:08
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3 Joining The Cirkestra2020-06-23 00:18:16
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4 Crafting Colbert’s Comedy2020-06-16 01:11:11
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5 Lockdown Shakespeare Pioneer2020-06-09 00:21:49
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6 Globetrotting Shakespeare’s Tempest2020-06-01 22:51:48
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7 Directing Sketch Shows2020-05-25 23:49:06
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8 Amy Acker’s Beatrice2020-05-18 23:09:25
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9 Chris Interviews Austin2020-05-11 21:58:09
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10 Shakespeare For Squirrels2020-05-05 00:03:31
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11 Marvel Musical Movies2020-04-28 02:10:38
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12 Remembering Brian Dennehy2020-04-21 00:17:03
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13 Once Again: Mr. Brian Dennehy2020-04-16 22:01:49
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14 Brian Stack’s Music2020-04-13 23:11:24
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15 90 Sondheim Songs2020-04-06 22:02:44
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16 Shakespeare And Plague2020-03-31 00:58:24
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17 693. Phone Porn Voices2020-03-23 22:52:55
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18 692. J. Nicole Brooks2020-03-16 23:20:23
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692. J. Nicole Brooks

Actor, director, and playwright J. Nicole Brooks is the author and director of Her Honor Jane Byrne, which looks at the moment in Chicago history when its first woman mayor moved into the Cabrini-Green housing projects. Just three nights after it had its official world premiere opening at Chicago’s Lookingglass Theatre, the rest of the run was cancelled due to the restrictions being imposed around the world in the midst of this global pandemic. Brooks discusses how the play came together and how love letters to Chicago can be complicated; the value of Shakespearean echoes and wise fools; a fascination with corruption; shining light on haunted communities; getting laughs when you least expect them; decolonizing the space; losing revenue streams; surprising shout-outs to Shelley Winters in The Poseidon Adventure; and the brilliance of writing a dark comedy about kings and queens and guillotines. (Length 22:03) The post 692. J. Nicole Brooks appeared first on Reduced Shakespeare Company.…read more

19 691. Michael Morrow’s ‘Passage’2020-03-10 00:02:18
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20 690. Alchemy Of Gender2020-03-03 00:14:09
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