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Join Adam Roberts, vocal coach to the Live Music Capital of the World, as he journeys into the stories of extraordinary people and their voices.
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Join Adam Roberts, vocal coach to the Live Music Capital of the World, as he journeys into the stories of extraordinary people and their voices.
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    Episode 9: Nia Olabesi

    Episode 9: Nia Olabesi

    Singer, dancer, and community builder Nia Olabesi joins Adam to discuss the impact she's made through voice, movement, visual art, and education in Washington, DC and beyond.
    Host - Adam Roberts
    Guest - Nia Olabesi
    Editor - Riley Wesson
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    • 31 min
    Episode 8: Carl Gonzales

    Episode 8: Carl Gonzales

    Austin director-about-town Carl Gonzales tackles the tough questions, discussing the many hats he wears as an Artist of Color and the advocacy for which he strives in every area of his life and work.
    Host - Adam Roberts
    Guest - April Patterson
    Editor - Riley Wesson
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    • 39 min
    Episode 7: April Patterson

    Episode 7: April Patterson

    Austin-based actor, producer, and advocate April Paterson celebrates Black History Month as she reflects on the meaning of ancestry, heritage, and family in the film and theatre industries.
    Host - Adam Roberts
    Guest - April Patterson
    Editor - Riley Wesson
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    • 46 min
    Episode 6: Austin Ku

    Episode 6: Austin Ku

    Broadway, off-Broadway, and screen actor Austin Ku kicks off Season 2 of Colla Voce with his thoughts on everything from the importance of Asian-American representation to the wining paths that lead to our dreams.
    Host - Adam Roberts
    Guest - Austin Ku
    Editor - Riley Wesson
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    • 37 min
    Episode 5 - Lisa Scheps, The Voice of TransFormation

    Episode 5 - Lisa Scheps, The Voice of TransFormation

    As Pride month 2021 draws to a close, Ground Floor Theatre cofounder Lisa Scheps reflects on trans activism, Broadway in the 1980s, and amplifying the voices of marginalized communities through the power of theatre.
    Host - Adam Roberts
    Guest - Lisa Scheps
    Editor - Riley Wesson
    Graphic Designer - Scott Ferguson
    Voice Memos Theme Music Composer - J. Quinton Johnson
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    • 43 min
    Episode 4 Part 2 - J. Quinton Johnson, The Voice of Change

    Episode 4 Part 2 - J. Quinton Johnson, The Voice of Change

    Performer-Writer-Educator J. Quinton Johnson is back for Part 2 of his chat with Adam, during which he shares his thoughts on “the Black voice,” his hopes for the future of the theatre industry, and his answers to Colla Voce’s "Voice Memos" segment, for which he wrote and performed the theme song.
    Host - Adam Roberts
    Guest - J. Quinton Johnson
    Editor - Riley Wesson
    Graphic Designer - Scott Ferguson
    Voice Memos Theme Music Composer - J. Quinton Johnson
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    • 45 min

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