September 25, 2017 @ 3:38 pm

Meridith Grundei

It's Episode 107 with Meridith Grundei

We talk about Naropa University's upcoming production of Under Construction, by Charles Mee. 

Advance reservations are required. >>Purchase tickets here.

To find out more about Meridith's upcoming improvised year, please visit

To learn more about Red Ball Speaks, please visit

Stay in Meridith's AirBNB by visiting this link.

This episode is sponsored by Panfocal Photography.

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September 18, 2017 @ 7:20 pm

Amanda Berg-Wilson

It’s Episode 106 with Amanda Berg-Wilson! We talk about You on the Moors Now, The Catamounts and The Wild Party, opening October 14 as part of Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ Off-Center Season.

>>Tickets for You On the Moors Now, running through September 30th.

Cast: Matthew Blood-Smyth, Joan Bruemmer-Holden, Anastasia Davidson, Alex Forbes, Sam Gilstrap, Brian Kusic, Luciann Lajoie, Laura Lounge, Jason Maxwell, Jihad Milhem, Alaina Beth Reel, Austin Terrell, Maggie Tisdale, and Joe Von Bokern

Direction by Amanda Berg Wilson
Costume Design by Steffani Bolmer-Day
Lighting Design by Sean Mallary
Production by Sara McPherson Horle
Scenic Design by Randy Yonally
Sound Design by Brian Freeland
Stage Management by Kristin Fernandez

>>Tickets for The Wild Party.

This episode is sponsored by Panfocal Photography.

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September 14, 2017 @ 10:15 am

Heather Beasley

It’s Episode 105 with Heather Beasley!

We chat about Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company’s production of The Revolutionists, which runs September 14-October 8 at The Dairy Arts Center. >>Buy Tickets.

Olympe De Gouges: Rebecca Remaly
Marianne Angelle: Jada Suzanne Dixon
Charlotte Corday: Maire Higgins
Marie Antoinette: Adrian Egolf

This episode is sponsored by Panfocal Photography.

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November 11, 2016 @ 5:01 pm

Jasmine Joshua

It's episode 104 with Jasmine Joshua! Jasmine is the founder of Reboot Theatre Company, which seeks to test new interpretations of established works through nontraditional casting, design, and other methods.  We talk about Reboot's current production of "Fly By Night," a folk rock musical, directed by Harry Turpin, playing now through November 19, at the Slate Theater.  For tickets, visit

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October 3, 2016 @ 4:04 pm

Damaris Webb

It’s Episode 103 with Damaris Webb!

Damaris is a bicoastal performer, teaching artist and theatre maker. She’s currently finishing up leading a session at Naropa University with the first year MFA Theatre: Contemporary Performance cohort titled “Contemplative Dance: Deep Play Practices.”

She will be returning to Boulder in early 2016 to perform “The Box Marked Black: Tales of a Halfrican American growing up Mulatto. With sock puppets!” 

Learn more about Damaris by visiting her website:

Learn more about the Vanport Mosaic Festival in Oregon by visiting their website:

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September 10, 2016 @ 11:40 am

Ryan Higgins

It’s Episode 102 with Ryan Higgins! Ryan is a multi-talented local theatre artist who was recently nominated for a Gregory Award for his fight choreography for Seattle Immersive Theatre's production of Romeo & Juliet, in which Ryan also played the role of Mercutio.

This episode is sponsored by Island Shakespeare Festival. ISF's 2016 season includes Julius Caesar, directed by Corey D. McDaniel, Jane Eyre, directed by Julie Beckman, and As You Like It, directed by Susannah Rose Woods.  These three productions run in rotating repertory through September 11, 2016.  More information at
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August 30, 2016 @ 4:49 pm

Meme García

It’s Episode 101 with Meme García! Meme is a powerhouse local theatre artist who was awarded the John Whit Award with the Fulbright Program and is heading to England to study at LAMDA.

This episode is sponsored by Parley Productions. Don’t miss their next world premiere workshop on September 6th at 7:00 PM. Enjoy two plays written by Grace Carmack: Insufficient and The Other Side of Silence. More information:
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August 11, 2016 @ 3:13 pm

Episode 100!

Katie and Olena celebrate the 100th episode of the podcast by sharing some of their favorite memories from past interviews and last week's HowlRound twitter chat about Podcasts and Performance, which Katie hosted.

Katie is moving to Boulder to start Naropa University's MFA in Contemporary Performance program, but the podcast lives on! Olena will take over production of all Seattle-based episodes, and you haven't heard the last of Katie, we promise!
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August 9, 2016 @ 11:18 am

L. Nicol Cabe

It’s Episode 99 with L. Nicol Cabe!

We talk about directing, solo performance and interactive and immersive theatre. 

Nicole is directing The Untitled Play about Art School by Nelle Tankus, running December 1-21 at 12th Avenue Arts. Learn more at

Check out the Twitter chat that Nicol moderated for HowlRound on Theatre and Interactivity here

Learn more about Nicol by visiting her website:

This episode is sponsored by Parley productions. Don’t miss their upcoming workshops of:

No Strings Attached, written by Greg Brisendine, August 30 at West of Lenine.
Insufficient and The Other Side of Silence, written by Grace Carmack, September 6 at West of Lenin.

For more information, please visit
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August 4, 2016 @ 2:03 pm

Maya Sugarman

It’s Episode 98 with Maya Sugarman! Maya currently plays the title role in Jane Eyre as part of Island Shakespeare’s 2016 repertory season, which runs through September 11. 

This Episode is sponsored by Queer Pride on Whidbey Island. Learn more about this year’s festivities, which run August 12-14 at
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