Dam the Distance is Oregon State University Theatre's podcast. This feed includes audio dramas and interviews with theatre professionals on making a life in the theatre.
Damming the Distance with Matt Davis
This week Liz interviews Matt Davis, production manager at the Philadelphia Theatre Company. Matt is a graduate of Yale Drama, an experienced production manager and technical director, and the author of Intellectual Property for Producing Theatres. Learn more about Matt at https://www.madavis.com/
Damming the Distance with Alan Schwanke
This week Liz interviews scenic designer Alan Schwanke. They chat about art, inspiration, process, and making a life in the theatre. Check out Alan's work here: http://www.aeschwanke.com/
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Damming the Distance with Andrea Stolowitz
We're back with a great interview with award-winning playwright and educator Andrea Stolowitz. Andrea has written a number of plays including the Oregon Book Award for Drama-winning (and Pulitzer Prize-nominated) Ithaka. She is the Lacroute Playwright-in-Residence at Artists Repertory Theatre.
In this episode, Andrea and Liz chat about her experience, her process, and the challenges of making a life in the theatre. Visit http://andreastolowitz.com for more information!
Damming the Distance with Macbeth
This immersive audio drama production of Shakespeare's chilling tragedy Macbeth is presented by Oregon State University Theatre's Bard in the Quad program. Adapted and directed by Elizabeth Helman with original music by Alyson Fewless and sound design and engineering by Joshua Gasaway, this thrilling tale will transport you to the heaths, battlefields, and castles of 11th Century Scotland. Something wicked this way comes!
Damming the Distance with Steph Waaser
Liz interviews Oregon Shakespeare Festival Assistant Technical Director, Steph Waaser.
Damming the Distance with Ajai Tripathi
This week Liz interviews actor, playwright, and director Ajai Tripathi.