47 episodes

Amplifying women’s voices in our world through performances, discussions and interviews. New Episodes drop on Wednesdays, bimonthly. Audio performances of exciting feminist plays, empowering discussions with our wonderful creative teams and insightful social justice interviews with community leaders who are passionate about making the world better for women.

Artemisia We Women Julie Proudfoot & Willow James

    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

Amplifying women’s voices in our world through performances, discussions and interviews. New Episodes drop on Wednesdays, bimonthly. Audio performances of exciting feminist plays, empowering discussions with our wonderful creative teams and insightful social justice interviews with community leaders who are passionate about making the world better for women.

    Episode #146, Live Fundraiser for #GivingTuesday

    Episode #146, Live Fundraiser for #GivingTuesday

    Artistic Director Julie Proudfoot and Podcast Producer and Sound Designer Willow James go LIVE on Artemisia's Facebook page for #GivingTuesday!  We talk about the hiring of our Managing Director, the headshot raffle and why it's important to support Artemisia's work of empowering women.  Every dollar raised will go to fund our new Managing Director's salary.  Thank you for helping us reach our goal of $7,500.

    Donate here.  Stay tuned for exciting announcements by subscribing to our email newsletter at ARTEMISIATHEATRE.ORG. 
    Support the show (https://artemisiatheatre.org/donate/)

    • 27 min
    Episode #145, Iphigenia in Tauris

    Episode #145, Iphigenia in Tauris

    Iphigenia in Tauris
    By Euripides
    November 10, 2021
    Julie Proudfoot and Willow James perform selected scenes from Euripides’ iconic feminist play.  Don’t miss this exciting episode that celebrates tragic heroines in their struggles against the patriarchy.
    Support the show (https://artemisiatheatre.org/donate/)

    • 16 min
    Episode #144, Tragic Heroines

    Episode #144, Tragic Heroines

    Julie Proudfoot and Willow James talk tragic heroines!  Why they're misunderstood and under appreciated and what we gain as a modern society when we look back on the great leading female characters penned by Euripides.

    Willow and Julie delve into some controversial and fascinating dramaturgy about this great Greek playwright; offer insight into our current culture's struggle with misogyny; invite listeners to get ready for our final podcasts of the season.

    Our Managing Director Fundraiser is underway!  Just 10 bucks enters you in a raffle to win a free headshot session with awesome photographer Willow James!  Give to enter at ARTEMISIATHEATRE.ORG!
    Support the show (https://artemisiatheatre.org/donate/)

    • 53 min
    Episode #143, Raffle for Our Managing Director Fundraiser

    Episode #143, Raffle for Our Managing Director Fundraiser

    For only $10, you can enter into a raffle in support of our fundraiser to hire a Managing Director next year. What will you win? A headshot session package with We Women co-producer and Resident Sound Designer Willow James! 

    This episode, Julie & Willow chat about the fundraiser, Willow's work and how to enter! Visit our website for all info. 
    Support the show (https://artemisiatheatre.org/donate/)

    • 12 min
    Episode #142, Creative Discussion of Close The Book by Susan Glaspell

    Episode #142, Creative Discussion of Close The Book by Susan Glaspell

    Empowering DiscussionClose the BookBy Susan Glaspell
    Sept 29
    Director Charlique C. Rolle and actors Elissa Wolf, Simon Hedger, Sandy Spatz, Michael Lomenick, Daria Harper, David Goodloe, and Elisabeth Del Toro discuss privilege, women's empowerment and the contemporary themes of Susan Glaspell's 1917 one-act about an elite university family.
    Moderated by Artistic Director and We Women Producer, Julie Proudfoot


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    • 27 min
    Episode #141, Audio Performance of Close the Book, by Susan Glaspell

    Episode #141, Audio Performance of Close the Book, by Susan Glaspell

    Audio Performance
    Close the Bookby Susan Glaspell
    Podcast #141
    September 15, 2021
    A comedy about an elite family enjoying their status as the power brokers of a University founded by their ancestors. Their grandson, a professor at the University, creates a controversy when he announces his engagement to a beautiful outspoken liberal with gypsy ancestry.
    CAST
    JHANSI – ELISSA WOLF
    PEYTON – SIMON HEDGER
    MRS. ROOT – SHERI REDA
    MRS. PEYTON – SANDY SPATZ
    BESSIE – DARIA HARPER
    SENATOR BYRD – DAVID GOODLOE
    MRS. BYRD – ELISABETH DEL TORO
    UNCLE GEORGE – MICHAEL LOMENICK


    Directed by Charlique C. Rolle
    Sound Design by Willow James
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    • 35 min

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