6 episodes

Join us for a chat and a cuppa as we settle in for some Quality Time. Our sparkly new podcast offers you a peek behind the scenes at Queensland’s state theatre company. Hosted by our Artistic Director Lee Lewis, every fortnight we’ll be sharing conversations with our team members and artists. Hear how they came to work in the arts industry and the many exciting stories they’ve collected along the way.

Queensland Theatre's Quality Time podcast Queensland Theatre

    • Performing Arts
    • 5.0 • 7 Ratings

Join us for a chat and a cuppa as we settle in for some Quality Time. Our sparkly new podcast offers you a peek behind the scenes at Queensland’s state theatre company. Hosted by our Artistic Director Lee Lewis, every fortnight we’ll be sharing conversations with our team members and artists. Hear how they came to work in the arts industry and the many exciting stories they’ve collected along the way.

    6. Rory Killen – unselling a season

    6. Rory Killen – unselling a season

    This week on the podcast our Artistic Director Lee Lewis sat down with our Database Trainer and Supervisor Rory Killen. In his role, Rory maintains the systems that help us connect with our audience — so that through time, we can better understand and accommodate your needs. In fact, it was Rory who helped rebuild our ticketing system after our theatre closed in March to assist everyone with the cancellation, donation, credit and refund of your tickets. It’s the geekier side of a theatre company but, just like the rigging of a set, an essential element of putting on a show.Theme music and sound design by Wil Hughes#QualityTimeWithQT

    • 36 min
    5. Renée Mulder – Australian aesthetic

    5. Renée Mulder – Australian aesthetic

    This week on the podcast Lee Lewis is joined by an old friend, the accomplished designer Renée Mulder. Renée has worked in the industry for 12 years and has designed over 40 mainstage productions nationwide including Triple X, Boy Swallows Universe and our recently announced upcoming season of Mouthpiece by Kieran Hurley.Theme music and sound design by Wil Hughes#QualityTimeWithQT

    • 1 hr 4 min
    4. Travis Dowling – finding your tribe

    4. Travis Dowling – finding your tribe

    “Working with young people… there are moments in theatre I experience, that no one else gets to see… for me as a human and a theatre worker that’s where my craft grows, and my humanity grows. That is the privilege I get every day." – Travis DowlingAs Associate Director, Travis facilitates many of our Young Artist's Ensembles. Tune in to hear him and Lee discuss what they love about working with young people and their hopes for the program's continued growth.Theme music and sound design by Wil Hughes#QualityTimeWithQT

    • 39 min
    3. Lachlan Cross – making it rain

    3. Lachlan Cross – making it rain

    This week Lee is joined for a chat by Lachlan Cross, our Technical Coordinator. Lachlan works closely with our Production Manager and creative teams to pull together the technical requirements for our shows (namely lighting, sound and projection). In the episode, he shares how he flawlessly made it rain in the Cremorne Theatre and managed to gut and hide hundreds of cables in a grand piano in the Playhouse. Tune in and learn more about Lachlan's job as a professional problem solver.Theme music and sound design by Wil Hughes#QualityTimeWithQT 

    • 58 min
    2. Laurel Collins – classrooms to centre stage

    2. Laurel Collins – classrooms to centre stage

    This week Lee chats about young artist pathways with Laurel Collins, our Director of Education, Youth and Regional Engagement. Laurel first worked for Queensland Theatre in 2003 as a full-time actor in the emerging artist ensemble. Since that time, she has had extensive experience as an actor, workshop facilitator and drama teacher.Theme music and sound design by Wil Hughes#QualityTimeWithQT

    • 42 min
    1. Sam French – matchmaking actors and directors

    1. Sam French – matchmaking actors and directors

    For our first episode, Lee sits down with our Artistic Coordinator Sam French. A long-time member of the Queensland Theatre team, Sam works with directors and agents to organise and cast productions, as well as looking after the logistics of moving artists around the country and licensing intellectual property.

    • 55 min

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