Where's Julie

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Sinopsis

Podcast by Theatre Adventures with Non and Natasha

Episodios

  • Theatre is Dope ft. Brandon G. Green

    Theatre is Dope ft. Brandon G. Green

    06/02/2017 Duración: 46min

    Helloooooo we're back from our hiatus. And for our first episode of 2017, we have one of the dopest theatre artists in Boston, Brandon G. Green! We've seen him in some of the most aggressive and powerful shows: An Octoroon, Mr. Burns, and most recently, Scottsboro Boys. Stay tuned for more fun and improved (hopefully) episodes coming up!

  • Non Hates Rich People and Natasha Suffers From White Guilt

    Non Hates Rich People and Natasha Suffers From White Guilt

    09/12/2016 Duración: 45min

    This week we start with a Rant, which really sets the tone for the entire episode. Non has really strong opinions on plays about rich Manhattanites. Natasha on the other hand saw Straight White Men by (our favorite) Young Jean Lee, and has crisis about being white. We both agree that some playbills need to step up their game.

  • Be Contagious ft. Caitlyn Jones

    Be Contagious ft. Caitlyn Jones

    01/12/2016 Duración: 35min

    Working actress Caitlyn Jones joins us to discuss how to get youths into the theatre! She's part of Speak About It, a theatre company that uses theatre as a tool for sexual education. We talk about how theatre should be less of "an event", and defend wearing sweatpants to see plays. Continuing our conversation with Marina: What are the similarities between sports and theatre?

  • Episode 8: Everyman ft. Marina Sosner

    Episode 8: Everyman ft. Marina Sosner

    24/11/2016 Duración: 34min

    Hey guys, in our mission to make theatre accessible to a wider audience, we've given ourself a new assignment! Bring people who don't see theatre to see plays! For this episode, Natasha brought her friend Marina to Significant Other at the Huntington Theatre Company. Listen in to find out how she enjoyed her theatre experience as a non-theatre person, and hear Non grill her about why more people don't watch theatre regularly.