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Lou Beckett discusses her play, Bletchley Girls, accompanied by an excerpt from the audio play. Lou Beckett wrote for the stage until Covid lockdowns inspired the director of her play, Bletchley Girls, to turn it into a radio play and podcast. Since then, the allure of having a legacy for one’s work, as well as the continuing presence of Covid, has…
 
Jenni Munday interviews Kari Ann Owen and Kari reads from two of her works. Kari Ann Owen is a Missoula, MT playwright. She discusses her comedy routine about Dr. Fauci’s loving lost-lost brother in the Mafia, and her play, Fighting It!, about courageous men and women during the New York Covid Pandemic lockdown. Her plays are published and produced…
 
Sharon Wallace is the President of ICWP, The International Centre for Women Playwrights. She reads from her play 1967: A Life of its Own. " I was inspired to write the play from a short story based on a personal reflection from my childhood memory of the 1967 Riot in Detroit, Michigan. I decided to build characters within the riot setting and devel…
 
From NY to LA to Paris - A Passion Pandemic Project becomes a dream production Joanna Pickering tells the wonderful and uplifting pandemic story about how she moved from the USA to Paris, France and ended up with a showcase of her plays being produced in Paris in December 2021.Jennifer Munday & Joanna Pickering
 
Annie Rachele Lanzillotto is a New York poet, performance artist, actor, director, playwright, songwriter, who has promoted audience participation in hundreds of performances everywhere from street corner mailboxes, to Bronx butcher shops, to the Guggenheim Museum. She reads her entertaining story Twelve Rabbis Went to a Party, and talks with Jenni…
 
My name is LaurA! Force Scruggs and I am a published, produced and commissioned playwright. I am a Playwright in Residency at Three Cat Productions in Chicago, where I am writing a play about Jane Addams (and the impact of childhood upon her career and her work with children at Chicago's Hull House), which will tentatively be produced in 2022/23 (p…
 
Christine reads from and then talks about three of her plays: Dying in Pittsburgh, Fragments of A Witches' Journal, and Old Hippie. Christine Emmert is an actress, playwright and director as well as enthusiastic fan of theatre. Living in the woodlands of eastern Pennsylvania with her husband Richard, she has been in the theatre world for over sixty…
 
Joanna Pickering reads from her play Beach Break, and then talks with Jenni Munday about her current projects and where to from here after COVID. Joanna is a British actor and writer, currently living in the USA. She has been described as a multi-talented artist, with a wealth of expertise and experience. She overlaps creative projects in writing, …
 
It was with great sadness we learned that Amy passed away a few weeks after this podcast was published. We have retained it here in her memory. This Episode is an Interview with Amy Oestreicher Jenni Munday interviews Amy Oestreicher. She is an Audie award-nominated playwright, performer, and multidisciplinary creator. A singer, librettist, and vis…
 
Ali MacLean US member Ali MacLean reads excerpts from two of her plays “Sullen Girl” and “This Will Be Our Year”. She then joins Jenni Munday for a conversation about what motivates her playwrighting, researching dark subject matter, and what inspires ideas for new plays. Ali can be contacted Twitter and Instagram: @aliontheair…
 
Julia Pascal is a playwright and theatre director. In this interview, she reads from her dramatic full-length stage play AS HAPPY AS GOD IN FRANCE The characters: Hannah Arendt at 33 Charlotte Salomon at 25 Eva Daube at 16 Agathe Blumenfeld at 50 Trude Gottlieb at 22 Other roles are taken by the ensemble. About As Happy As God in France. The title …
 
When she was married to an Iranian, Eliza's interest in Muslim social and religious practice was acute and her interest has endured into the present. Eliza reads from a play that combines elements from an earlier play she was commissioned to write about Cliterodectomy. That play was not allowed to be performed at a university theatre festival in Tu…
 
This first episode of the Centre Stage podcast celebrates International Women's Day and SWAN Day. Jenni Munday, in Australia, interviews Paddy Gillard-Bentley in Canada, about the writing of Paddy's play " Accidental Fish" (subtitled Coping with Life Badly) and Paddy reads an excerpt from the play. Reference: Flush Ink Productions (on Facebook) She…
 
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