53 min

19: Dads in Theatre Parents At Work

    • Parenting

Being a parent in a field with sporadic schedules, travel requirements, and remarkably long rehearsals can create an array of complications. Today’s guests, Jeremy Chernick and Jerry Rapier are both involved in the theater and arts community while juggling parenthood.

In this episode, they share what their journey as a parent and a theatre professional has looked like for them. They discuss the changes that are currently impacting parents, resources that have helped them throughout their careers, and the benefits of taking non-traditional career paths. Join Tom Spiggle and co-host Lori Mihalich-Levin in this exciting interview for a look behind the curtain as a theater dad.

Show Highlights:

Navigating being in the arts and becoming a new parent
What it’s like to be a dad in the performing arts industry
The scheduling restraints that accompany being a parent within the arts
Being honest about being a parent and asking for what you need
Studios’ strategies to work with parents’ schedules
Jerry’s adoption process and the impact it had on his organization
The opportunities that the art community provides for children
Actively pursuing support for family during work projects
Changes that need to take place for upcoming parents
How building working relationships benefits parents
Changes that are currently happening within the industry that are affecting parents
Establishing boundaries and respecting others’ time
Practices to prioritize family time
Resources mentioned that are helpful to working parents
Learning to communicate with children on their level
The power of podcasts for kids


Links:

Contact Lori:

https://www.mindfulreturn.com

Contact Tom:

https://www.spigglelaw.com/podcasts/parents-at-work/

Resources:

Google calendar

http://www.sittersstudio.com

https://www.positiveparentingsolutions.com

https://www.npr.org/podcasts/510321/wow-in-the-world

https://www.storypirates.com/
Being a parent in a field with sporadic schedules, travel requirements, and remarkably long rehearsals can create an array of complications. Today’s guests, Jeremy Chernick and Jerry Rapier are both involved in the theater and arts community while juggling parenthood.

In this episode, they share what their journey as a parent and a theatre professional has looked like for them. They discuss the changes that are currently impacting parents, resources that have helped them throughout their careers, and the benefits of taking nontraditional career paths. Join Tom Spiggle and co-host Lori Mihalich-Levin in this exciting interview for a look behind the curtain as a theater dad.

Show Highlights:

Navigating being in the arts and becoming a new parent
What it’s like to be a dad in the performing arts industry
The scheduling restraints that accompany being a parent within the arts
Being honest about being a parent and asking for what you need
Studios’ strategies to work with parents’ schedules
Jerry’s adoption process and the impact it had on his organization
The opportunities that the art community provides for children
Actively pursuing support for family during work projects
Changes that need to take place for upcoming parents
How building working relationships benefits parents
Changes that are currently happening within the industry that are affecting parents
Establishing boundaries and respecting others’ time
Practices to prioritize family time
Resources mentioned that are helpful to working parents
Learning to communicate with children on their level
The power of podcasts for kids


Links:

Contact Lori:

https://www.mindfulreturn.com

Contact Tom:

https://www.spigglelaw.com/podcasts/parents-at-work/

Resources:

Google calendar

http://www.sittersstudio.com...

Being a parent in a field with sporadic schedules, travel requirements, and remarkably long rehearsals can create an array of complications. Today’s guests, Jeremy Chernick and Jerry Rapier are both involved in the theater and arts community while juggling parenthood.

In this episode, they share what their journey as a parent and a theatre professional has looked like for them. They discuss the changes that are currently impacting parents, resources that have helped them throughout their careers, and the benefits of taking non-traditional career paths. Join Tom Spiggle and co-host Lori Mihalich-Levin in this exciting interview for a look behind the curtain as a theater dad.

Show Highlights:

Navigating being in the arts and becoming a new parent
What it’s like to be a dad in the performing arts industry
The scheduling restraints that accompany being a parent within the arts
Being honest about being a parent and asking for what you need
Studios’ strategies to work with parents’ schedules
Jerry’s adoption process and the impact it had on his organization
The opportunities that the art community provides for children
Actively pursuing support for family during work projects
Changes that need to take place for upcoming parents
How building working relationships benefits parents
Changes that are currently happening within the industry that are affecting parents
Establishing boundaries and respecting others’ time
Practices to prioritize family time
Resources mentioned that are helpful to working parents
Learning to communicate with children on their level
The power of podcasts for kids


Links:

Contact Lori:

https://www.mindfulreturn.com

Contact Tom:

https://www.spigglelaw.com/podcasts/parents-at-work/

Resources:

Google calendar

http://www.sittersstudio.com

https://www.positiveparentingsolutions.com

https://www.npr.org/podcasts/510321/wow-in-the-world

https://www.storypirates.com/
Being a parent in a field with sporadic schedules, travel requirements, and remarkably long rehearsals can create an array of complications. Today’s guests, Jeremy Chernick and Jerry Rapier are both involved in the theater and arts community while juggling parenthood.

In this episode, they share what their journey as a parent and a theatre professional has looked like for them. They discuss the changes that are currently impacting parents, resources that have helped them throughout their careers, and the benefits of taking nontraditional career paths. Join Tom Spiggle and co-host Lori Mihalich-Levin in this exciting interview for a look behind the curtain as a theater dad.

Show Highlights:

Navigating being in the arts and becoming a new parent
What it’s like to be a dad in the performing arts industry
The scheduling restraints that accompany being a parent within the arts
Being honest about being a parent and asking for what you need
Studios’ strategies to work with parents’ schedules
Jerry’s adoption process and the impact it had on his organization
The opportunities that the art community provides for children
Actively pursuing support for family during work projects
Changes that need to take place for upcoming parents
How building working relationships benefits parents
Changes that are currently happening within the industry that are affecting parents
Establishing boundaries and respecting others’ time
Practices to prioritize family time
Resources mentioned that are helpful to working parents
Learning to communicate with children on their level
The power of podcasts for kids


Links:

Contact Lori:

https://www.mindfulreturn.com

Contact Tom:

https://www.spigglelaw.com/podcasts/parents-at-work/

Resources:

Google calendar

http://www.sittersstudio.com...

53 min