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A podcast created by White Horse Theater Company to document the process of making high-quality professional theater in New York City. This first series entitled, "Nobody does Williams like White Horse" chronicles the creation of a site- specific production of Williams' "A Perfect Analysis Given by a Parrot" being produced at The Players on Gramercy Park. It contains interviews and discussions with various individuals that bring to light aspects of producing a little-known one-act by a great American playwright such as Tennessee Williams.

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A podcast created by White Horse Theater Company to document the process of making high-quality professional theater in New York City. This first series entitled, "Nobody does Williams like White Horse" chronicles the creation of a site- specific production of Williams' "A Perfect Analysis Given by a Parrot" being produced at The Players on Gramercy Park. It contains interviews and discussions with various individuals that bring to light aspects of producing a little-known one-act by a great American playwright such as Tennessee Williams.

    "You Are Perfect" a new play at The Toronto Fringe

    "You Are Perfect" a new play at The Toronto Fringe

    "What does it take to forgive somebody?"

    A CFRB Radio 1010 Interview with playwright Cyndy Marion and lead actress Lindsay Danielle Gitter.

    • 11 min
    In Rehearsal

    In Rehearsal

    Today we bring listeners inside the rehearsal studio. The actors and director discuss the characters, the dialect and the terror of dancing in a fat suit. Up Next: Taking the show on the Road. In July of 2017 WHTC will participate in the the Toronto Fringe Festival where we will present an all-new production of Cyndy A. Marion, You Are Perfect., a theatrical reimagining of Susan Atkins one of Charlie Manson's women. Thanks for listening. http://whitehorsetheater.com This episode was Produced by Rob Schulte http://robkschulte.com

    • 5 min
    An Environmental Approach - White Horse describes their take to Williams

    An Environmental Approach - White Horse describes their take to Williams

    Producing Artistic Director Cyndy A. Marion and Managing Director, Vanessa Bombardieri discuss their approach to Williams and what makes White Horse Theater Company unique. Links: http://whitehorsetheater.com/, http://bit.ly/parrottickets This episode was produced by Rob Schulte http://robkschulte.com

    Exceeding boundaries - Tennessee Williams and the Grotesque

    Exceeding boundaries - Tennessee Williams and the Grotesque

    Tennessee Williams scholar Dr. Annette J. Saddik helps contextualize A Perfect Analysis Given by a Parrot by providing listeners with a bit of background on where the pay falls within TW's cannon. In her book as well as the podcast Dr. Saddik argues that the grotesque is not only the key to unlocking Williams' later plays/performance, but it is actually the key to understanding all his works. In addition, she helps us understand the meaning of the Parrot in the play. Find Annette's work: http://amzn.to/2ikCK1P Buy Tix: http://bit.ly/parrottickets This episode was produced by Rob Schulte http://robkschulte.com Recording assistance from Allison Behringer https://theintern.fm/

    • 6 min
    A brief history of The Players

    A brief history of The Players

    Janet Jenness, Players board member describes the Players founding and its rich history of supporting the arts. She relays many of the club's most unique features including a mysterious woman seen in her dressing gown and a real human skull, all housed within the historic clubhouse on Gramercy Park. Links: http://theplayersnyc.org, http://whitehorsetheater.com, http://bit.ly/parrottickets This episode was produced by: Rob Schulte http://robkschulte.com

    • 5 min
    Episode 0: A White Horse Theater Podcast

    Episode 0: A White Horse Theater Podcast

    In January 2017 White Horse Theater will be putting on A Perfect Analysis Given By A Parrot by Tennessee Williams at The Players Club on Gramercy Park. This first season of the podcast will showcase the thoughts, ideas, research, and planning that goes into putting on a production. This episode was produced by Rob Schulte http://robkschulte.com

    • 1 min

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