April 11, 2019 @ 11:05 am

Betty Hart

It’s Episode 128 with Betty Hart!

We chat about Caroline or Change, which runs through May 5th at the Aurora Fox Arts Center: http://aurorafoxartscenter.org/afac/caroline-or-change

Next up:

-Performing in Barnum, at Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College, May 23-June 16: https://fac.coloradocollege.edu/theatre-events/barnum

-Directing Crowns at Vintage Theatre, running June 28-August 4th: https://red.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&e=e704c424cef2c5a20edd1351e2debebb

Donate to the new musical that Woodzick is co-writing, Hoops of Steel: Hamlet’s B-Sides, here: www.hoopsofsteelthemusical.com

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April 4, 2019 @ 11:40 am

Kevin Kantor

It's Episode 127 with Kevin Kantor (they/them/theirs)!

We talk about American Premiere of Things I Know to Be True, acting, inclusive casting practices, gender and poetry, among other things! 

Book Kevin to perform in your neck of the woods here: kevinkantorpoetry@gmail.com

Order Kevin's book of poetry here: https://www.amazon.com/Endowing-Vegetables-Too-Much-Meaning/dp/1512133418/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=kevin+kantor&qid=1554406789&s=gateway&sr=8-1

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March 24, 2019 @ 3:22 pm

Jessica Austgen

It’s Episode 126 with Jessica Austgen!

We chat about her new play, Sin Street Social Club, which is running through May 19 at The Arvada Center. More info and tix here: https://support.arvadacenter.org/events?k=Sin%20Street&startDate=2019-01-30&endDate=2019-05-30

We also talk about Between Us, a set of unique one-on-one performance experiences developed and produced by Denver Center for the Performing Arts Off-Center wing. These experiences run through May 26. Get your tix here: https://www.denvercenter.org/tickets-events/between-us/

And finally, we delve into the intricacies and joys of podcasting! Check out all things Jessica Austgen, including her podcast, the Required Readcast, at https://www.jessicaaustgen.com.

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March 6, 2019 @ 5:01 pm

Alika Magas

It's Episode 125 with Alika Magas!

Alika's world-premiere play, Poltergeist, was the winner of the 2017-2018 CU New Play Festival! More info here: https://cupresents.org/event/1661/cu-theatre-dance/poltergeist/


Check out a few of Ash's monologues from the play here!



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February 20, 2019 @ 12:03 pm

Bud Coleman

It's Episode 124 with Bud Coleman!

We talk all about Into the Woods, which is running February 22-March 3 at the University Theatre. More info and tickets: https://cupresents.org/event/1660/cu-theatre-dance/into-the-woods

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September 25, 2018 @ 3:49 pm

Colleen Mylott

It’s Episode 123 with Colleen Mylott!

We talk about Band of Toughs, Nirvamlet, Naropa University’s MFA in Contemporary Performance program and theatre-making in Colorado.

Make sure to check out the inaugural issue of New Theatre Magazine, which was released earlier today!

And if you’re in Boulder, please join us for the one-year anniversary of The Non-Binary Monologues Project on Saturday, October 13th.

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June 3, 2018 @ 9:15 am

TesserACT: Dimensions of Gender (or Queernomicon at Comic Con)

It’s Episode 122 with creative crew from TesserACT: Dimensions of Gender (or Queernomicon at Comic Con)!

co-written by the ensemble with submissions from nerds like you
directed by Amy C. Buckler
with performances by Ayla Sullivan & K. Woodzick
dramaturgy by Harris Armstrong and Alexis Cooley
and design and production support by Wild Imaginarium

Boulder audiences will have TWO CHANCES to catch this show at the Wesley Chapel before it moves to the 2018 Denver Comic Con, where we'll be hosted as part of Page 23's LitCon.

7:30 p.m., Friday June 8th and Saturday June 9th
The Wesley Chapel
1290 Folsom St.
Boulder, Colo

Tickets for this event are offered for free to our community (yea!), thanks in part to support provided by the City of Boulder's Human Relations Committee. Donations are also accepted, and will be used to compensate artists for their work. RESERVATIONS ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED:

Monologues by Various Authors in order of Appearance:
“Celia” - from The Adventure of the Comic Con Caper by Jonathan Alexandratos
“XLucidenialX - from An Invitation Out by Shualee Cook
“Pasquale” - from Couples Costume by Sam Mauceri
“Cookie” - from Are You Now or Have You Ever Been a Pirate? by Ben Kemper
“Brocksandra” - from Of the Dark by Saul B. Propp
“Charlie” - a Comic Con Exclusive Monologue by H.P. Armstrong
“Rao” - from Cosmic Bodies by D. T. Burns
“The Doctor” - a Comic Con Exclusive Monologue by Ayla Sullivan
“The Aquaman Song” written by Woodzick
“Spiderman Rap” written by Ayla Sullivan


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May 2, 2018 @ 3:31 pm

Annabel Turrado

It’s Episode 121 with Annabel Turrado!

We talk about Annabel’s MFA Thesis performance, titled “Endurance.”

“ENDURANCE is a 24hr solo performance installation that delves into the inner workings of the heartbrain, with a focus on exploring physical manifestations of the emotional trials of the heart. May 4, 6pm through May 5, 6pm. Visit anytime between the 24hr duration. Nalanda Campus, Naropa University, studio 9190.”

More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1614292001973434

And don’t miss the other two MFA Thesis performances this weekend!

by Chie Saito
May 3, 4, 5 at 6:30pm
Place: DOJO 9180
Players: Barbara Dilley & Paul Imahara
Reservation required (free)



No Forest
by Gabi Petrov
May 3, 4, 5 at 7:30pm
Place: Studio 9195


More info on all performances is available at https://www.facebook.com/events/215555809032996


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April 8, 2018 @ 4:48 pm

Regan Linton

It’s Episode 120 with Regan Linton! Regan is the Artistic Director of Phamaly Theatre Company, which is about to open Romeo and Juliet at The Dairy Arts Center. The show runs April 14 through the 22nd, and tickets are selling quickly! Get yours today at http://tickets.thedairy.org/

Phamaly Theatre Company's mission is to inspire people to re-envision disability through professional theatre. Learn more at http://www.phamaly.org.

If you’re in the Seattle area, don’t miss the Neit/her He nor They/r, the first production of The Non-Binary Monologues Project, a co-production of MAP Theatre and Midnight Rice Productions. Showings April 22-24 at the 18th and Union Arts Space. More info and tickets at https://neitherhenortheyr.brownpapertickets.com.

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March 21, 2018 @ 7:49 am

Milo’s Manuscript Notes and Sue the T-Rex’s Press Release

It's Episode 119! Woodzick reads through some of the editor's notes on Milo's manuscript (full text here--prepare your ears for some ridiculous logic...) and Sue the T-Rex's press release about moving into their new digs. 

This episode is sponsored Max Cole-Takanikos Designs.

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