20 episodes

Conversations with artistic leaders exploring their beginnings to their inspirations, our guests each bring a different perspective of what it means to be in process. one by one, our guests share their dreams, and celebrate their contributions to our artistic ecology.

Join our host Andrés Moreno as they sit with our amazing guests to talk about food, guilty pleasures, philosophy, identity, and joy.

This podcast was created in and celebrates the artistic leadership present in amiskwacîwâskahikan. Azimuth Theatre acknowledges and honours that we are on Treaty 6 territory, the original home of the Indigenous nations of the Cree, Nakota-Sioux, Blackfoot, Dene-Tsuu T’ina, and Métis. We strive to incorporate the treaty values of kinship and peace into all aspects of our work. We are all treaty people.

Guests:
- Sue Goberdhan (IG: @itssueg)
- Morgan Yamada(IG: @Morganyamada)
- Bret Jacobs (IG: @BrettyJ99)
- Carly Nies(IG: @carly.neis)
- Deviani Andrea(IG: @deviani.andrea)
- pseudo-antigone (IG: @pseudo_antigone)
- Chariz Faulmino(IG: Cheeky.rizz)
- Daniela Fernandez (IG: @Danizzle_)
- Michael Vetsch (IG: @vetschvest⁠)
- Selina Painchaud( IG: @fancifultechnician⁠)
- Nasra Adem(IG: @Nuhssrah)
- Kijo Gatama(IG: @E.U.N.ICE) and Alice Woodsworth (IG: @Alicewords).

Hosted by Andrés Moreno⁠ (IG: @andres._.FM)
Theme by Just Moe ⁠( IG: @iamjustmoe⁠)
https://m.soundcloud.com/moewaves⁠
Sound Technician : Selina Painchaud ⁠( IG: @fancifultechnician⁠)
Editing: Andrés Moreno⁠(IG: @andres._.FM)
Covers by: Andrés Moreno ⁠(IG: @andres._.FM)


Special thanks to the Canada Council for the Arts for the original funding of these project, and to Fringe Theatre, ATB Arts Barns, Azimuth Theatre and our community for your support. ⁠

In Process Azimuth Theatre

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Conversations with artistic leaders exploring their beginnings to their inspirations, our guests each bring a different perspective of what it means to be in process. one by one, our guests share their dreams, and celebrate their contributions to our artistic ecology.

Join our host Andrés Moreno as they sit with our amazing guests to talk about food, guilty pleasures, philosophy, identity, and joy.

This podcast was created in and celebrates the artistic leadership present in amiskwacîwâskahikan. Azimuth Theatre acknowledges and honours that we are on Treaty 6 territory, the original home of the Indigenous nations of the Cree, Nakota-Sioux, Blackfoot, Dene-Tsuu T’ina, and Métis. We strive to incorporate the treaty values of kinship and peace into all aspects of our work. We are all treaty people.

Guests:
- Sue Goberdhan (IG: @itssueg)
- Morgan Yamada(IG: @Morganyamada)
- Bret Jacobs (IG: @BrettyJ99)
- Carly Nies(IG: @carly.neis)
- Deviani Andrea(IG: @deviani.andrea)
- pseudo-antigone (IG: @pseudo_antigone)
- Chariz Faulmino(IG: Cheeky.rizz)
- Daniela Fernandez (IG: @Danizzle_)
- Michael Vetsch (IG: @vetschvest⁠)
- Selina Painchaud( IG: @fancifultechnician⁠)
- Nasra Adem(IG: @Nuhssrah)
- Kijo Gatama(IG: @E.U.N.ICE) and Alice Woodsworth (IG: @Alicewords).

Hosted by Andrés Moreno⁠ (IG: @andres._.FM)
Theme by Just Moe ⁠( IG: @iamjustmoe⁠)
https://m.soundcloud.com/moewaves⁠
Sound Technician : Selina Painchaud ⁠( IG: @fancifultechnician⁠)
Editing: Andrés Moreno⁠(IG: @andres._.FM)
Covers by: Andrés Moreno ⁠(IG: @andres._.FM)


Special thanks to the Canada Council for the Arts for the original funding of these project, and to Fringe Theatre, ATB Arts Barns, Azimuth Theatre and our community for your support. ⁠

    Episode 17 - Behind the Scenes of the Edmonton Fringe Festival

    Episode 17 - Behind the Scenes of the Edmonton Fringe Festival

    Listen to get all the information you need to be the greatest fringer of all and get the inside scoop for everything Fringe, its amazing volunteers and prepare to enjoy North America’s biggest Fringe festival!

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 16 - Edmonton International Street Performers Festival

    Episode 16 - Edmonton International Street Performers Festival

    Experience a truly magical episode of In Process featuring Liz Hobbs and Jay Flair from StreetFest. Hear their captivating stories as they share their journey into street performance. This episode will prepare you to fully immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere, indulge in delicious festival treats like green onion cakes and elephant ears, and enjoy the accessible and world-class entertainment that StreetFest offers. Don't miss out on this incredible experience! Stick around till the end for a magical surprise with huge Flair! Guest : Jay Flair and Liz Hobbs IG @Jayflairmagic @edmontonstreetfest Hosted by Andrés Moreno⁠ IG: @Andres._.FM⁠ Theme by Just Moe ⁠ IG: @iamjustmoe⁠ https://m.soundcloud.com/moewaves⁠ Editing:Oscar Derkx IG: @oscydirkz⁠ Cover by:Andrés Moreno This podcast is created in and celebrates the artistic leadership present in amiskwacîwâskahikan. Azimuth Theatre acknowledges and honours that we are on Treaty 6 territory, the original home of the Indigenous nations of the Cree, Nakota-Sioux, Blackfoot, Dene-Tsuu T’ina, and Métis. We strive to incorporate the treaty values of kinship and peace into all aspects of our work. We are all treaty people. Special thanks to the Edmonton Heritage Council, Fringe Theatre, The Playhouse, Azimuth Theatre and our community. ⁠ ⁠ Learn more about Azimuth Theatre⁠ www.azimuththeatre.com⁠

    • 38 min
    Episode 15 - Improvaganza! with Matt Schuurman and Jacob Banigan

    Episode 15 - Improvaganza! with Matt Schuurman and Jacob Banigan

    In this exciting episode of "In Process," we delve into the world of improvisational theatre with Matt Shuurman and Jacob Banigan, two remarkable performers from Rapid Fire's Improvaganza!Tune in as they showcase their immense talent, and share valuable insights into the art of improv. Get your popcorn ready and buckle up for an episode filled with unscripted comedy gold! 
    Guest : Matt Schuurman & Jacob Banigan
         IG  @rapidfiretheatre | @mattopacity | @jacobbanigan
    Hosted by Andrés Moreno⁠
         IG: @Andres._.FM⁠
    Theme by Just Moe ⁠
         IG: @iamjustmoe⁠
         https://m.soundcloud.com/moewaves⁠
    Editing:Oscar Derkx
           IG: @oscydirkz⁠
    Cover by:Andrés Moreno
     
    This podcast is created in and celebrates the artistic leadership present in amiskwacîwâskahikan. Azimuth Theatre acknowledges and honours that we are on Treaty 6 territory, the original home of the Indigenous nations of the Cree, Nakota-Sioux, Blackfoot, Dene-Tsuu T’ina, and Métis. We strive to incorporate the treaty values of kinship and peace into all aspects of our work. We are all treaty people.
    Special thanks to the  Edmonton Heritage Council, Fringe Theatre, The Playhouse, Azimuth Theatre and our community. ⁠

    Learn more about Azimuth Theatre⁠
    www.azimuththeatre.com⁠

    • 39 min
    Episode 14.5 - Nextfest Highlighted Artist: Philip Hackborn

    Episode 14.5 - Nextfest Highlighted Artist: Philip Hackborn

    Our latest episode features Philip Hackborn, a biracial, genderqueer artist, and poet exploring mental health and mad art creation. Philip shares their journey in the Edmonton theatre community, Nextfest's emerging artist program and their latest project "Host Stories -or- Madness Liberations." Join us on "In Process" for a glimpse into Edmonton's inspiring art community.
     For tickets and to get tickets go to Nextfest.ca 
    Guest : Philip Hackborn
         IG  @henryarkade
    Hosted by Andrés Moreno⁠
         IG: @Andres._.FM⁠
    Theme by Just Moe ⁠
         IG: @iamjustmoe⁠
         https://m.soundcloud.com/moewaves⁠
    Editing:Andrés Moreno
           IG: @andres._.fm
    Cover by:Andrés Moreno
     
    This podcast is created in and celebrates the artistic leadership present in amiskwacîwâskahikan. Azimuth Theatre acknowledges and honours that we are on Treaty 6 territory, the original home of the Indigenous nations of the Cree, Nakota-Sioux, Blackfoot, Dene-Tsuu T’ina, and Métis. We strive to incorporate the treaty values of kinship and peace into all aspects of our work. We are all treaty people.
    Special thanks to the  Edmonton Heritage Council, Fringe Theatre, The Playhouse, Azimuth Theatre and our community. ⁠

    Learn more about Azimuth Theatre⁠
    www.azimuththeatre.com⁠

    • 21 min
    Episode 14 - Nextfest! Edmonton’s Emerging Arts Festival ft. Ellen Chorley

    Episode 14 - Nextfest! Edmonton’s Emerging Arts Festival ft. Ellen Chorley

    In this episode of "In Process" we bring you a conversation with Ellen Chorley the festival director of Nextfest! Tune in and come along as she unveils the evolution of Nextfest over the years. From groundbreaking plays and mesmerizing performances to skill-building workshops and visionary productions, Nextfest is the ultimate platform for emerging artists to shine. Don't miss your chance to be part of this exhilarating artistic experience. 
     For tickets and to get tickets go to Nextfest.ca 
    Guest : Ellen Chorley
         IG: Facebook @ellenchorley Instagram @elleninedmonton
    Hosted by Andrés Moreno⁠
         IG: @Andres._.FM⁠
    Theme by Just Moe ⁠
         IG: @iamjustmoe⁠
         https://m.soundcloud.com/moewaves⁠
    Sound Technician : Judah Truong⁠
    Editing: Oscar Derkx
           IG: @oscydirkz⁠
    Cover by:Andrés Moreno
    This podcast is created in and celebrates the artistic leadership present in amiskwacîwâskahikan. Azimuth Theatre acknowledges and honours that we are on Treaty 6 territory, the original home of the Indigenous nations of the Cree, Nakota-Sioux, Blackfoot, Dene-Tsuu T’ina, and Métis. We strive to incorporate the treaty values of kinship and peace into all aspects of our work. We are all treaty people.
    Special thanks to the  Edmonton Heritage Council, Fringe Theatre, The Playhouse, Azimuth Theatre and our community. ⁠

    Learn more about Azimuth Theatre⁠
    www.azimuththeatre.com⁠

    • 30 min
    Episode 13 - Dreamspeakers International Indigenous Film Festival

    Episode 13 - Dreamspeakers International Indigenous Film Festival

    Right in time for the Opening Night of the 2023 Dreamspeakers International Indigenous Film Festival, we bring you an in depth conversation with two of the amazing artists working at its helm! Christine Frederick and Aretha Greatrix come in and talk about all the amazing ways to enjoy the festival, curating an international festival, and most importantly popcorn!
    Dreamspeakers International Indigenous Film Festival runs April 19 -23, 2023!
    Guest : Dreamspeakers International Indigenous Film Festival ft. Christine Frederick & Aretha Greatrix
    IG @dreamspeakers /https://dreamspeakers.org/
    Facebook/Instagram/Twitter/TikTok/Twitch :@simplyaretha
    Hosted by Andrés Moreno⁠
    IG: @Andres._.FM⁠
    Theme by Just Moe ⁠
    IG: @iamjustmoe⁠
    https://m.soundcloud.com/moewaves⁠
    Sound Technician : Selina Painchaud ⁠
    IG: @fancifultechnician⁠
    Editing: Oscar Derkx
    IG: @oscydirkz⁠
    Cover by:Andrés Moreno

    This podcast is created in and celebrates the artistic leadership present in amiskwacîwâskahikan. Azimuth Theatre acknowledges and honours that we are on Treaty 6 territory, the original home of the Indigenous nations of the Cree, Nakota-Sioux, Blackfoot, Dene-Tsuu T’ina, and Métis. We strive to incorporate the treaty values of kinship and peace into all aspects of our work. We are all treaty people.
    Special thanks to the Canada Council for the Arts, Fringe Theatre, ATB Arts Barns, Azimuth Theatre and our community. ⁠

    Learn more about Azimuth Theatre⁠
    www.azimuththeatre.com⁠

    • 46 min

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