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Mark Redfield Interviews Debbie Rochon Interviews Mark Redfield! (Ep 21-20)
Mark Redfield interviews Debbie Rochon interviews Mark Redfield! On the podcast, the two hyphenates and raconteurs talk about Independent Filmmaking, new projects, acting, directing, and working on new audio drama projects together!
Debbie Rochon is a Canadian actor, writer, director and podcaster best known for her work in independent films and counterculturefilms. As of this interview, she is completing a new autobiographical book about her early life, entitled “From the Underbelly to the Underground” chronicling her homeless pre-teen life to entering the creative world of film. The book is scheduled to be released in 2022.
Debbie Rochon is starring in two new audio dramas from Redfield Arts Audio: “The Autumn of Edgar Allan Poe”, and Thomas E. Cole’s “I Married a Fly!”.
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The Art Of Michael Iampieri with John C. Wilson and Philip Arnoult (Ep. 21-19)
Our guests are author-artist John C. Wilson and Baltimore Theatre Project Founder Philip Arnoult, talking about the art of Michael Iampieri. The interviews were conducted by telephone in the Spring of 2021.
Baltimore Theatre Project was founded by Arnoult in 1971. Born during a tumultuous time of social change in America, Theatre Project grew to be the entry-way in America for thrilling experimental theatre from around the world. Under Arnoult’s guidance, theatre-goers were introduced to some of the planet’s most exciting voices in theatre, music and dance.
Artist and teacher Micheal Iampieri began attending performances at Baltimore Theatre Project from the beginning, and with his sketchbook and a few pencils and pens, drew lightning sketches in the dark almost every opening night for three decades.
John C. Wilson, joining Theatre Project in the mid-1970s, became friends with Michael, and in 2020, when Michael was confronted retirement due to declining health, was determined to created a book to pay tribute to and collect Michael’s wonderful illustrations, and create a singular history of Baltimore Theatre Project. The result is the book “Drawing in the Dark- The Art of Michael Iampieri”.
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Philip Arnoult, The Center of International Theatre
Baltimore Theatre Project
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The Mark Wheatley Interview Of Monsters, Mobsters, Pulp & Poetry! (Ep. 21-18)
The Mark Wheatley Interview
Of Monsters, Mobsters, Pulp & Poetry
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Artist-Writer-Illustrator Mark Wheatley chats with Mark Redfield on their collaboration “Songs of Giants: The Poetry of Pulp”, and Wheatley’s acclaimed graphic novel “Frankenstein Mobster”. Both the book and audio book of “Songs of Giants: The Poetry of Pulp” is available. The audio drama adaption of “Frankenstein Mobster” premieres late 2021.
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Eugene O’Neill’s ANNA CHRISTIE - A Preview of The Redfield Arts Audio Production (Ep. 21-17)
Act One of The Redfield Arts Audio production of Eugene O’Neill’s Pulitzer Prize winning play “Anna Christie”.
With Mackenzie Menter as Anna, Ben Dawson as Mat, J.R. Lyston as Chris, and Lois Bailey DeVeas as Marthy.
Adapted for audio theatre and directed by Mark Redfield. Original Music and Sound Design by Jennifer Rouse. “Leave Her Johnny” sung by Mackenzie Menter.
The Redfield Arts Audio production of Eugene O’Neill’s “Anna Christie” is available on Audible worldwide 29 June, 2021.
Anna Christie is a play in four acts by Eugene O'Neill. It made its Broadway debut at the Vanderbilt Theatre on November 2, 1921. O'Neill received the 1922 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for this work.
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Interview With Screenwriter SEAN PAUL MURPHY On Writing For The Faith-Based Film Industry (Ep 21-16)
Sean Paul Murphy tells Mark Redfield all about his adventures in screenwriting for the Faith-based film market. This conversation on screenwriting took place by telephone in May, 2021
Sean Paul Murphy is an award-winning screenwriter with fourteen produced feature film credits including the faith-based favorites "Hidden Secrets," "Sarah's Choice," and "The Encounter." He teaches screenwriting at Towson University. A filmmaker and film editor, his films as editor include two features by Mark Redfield, “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” and “The Death of Poe”. His novel “Chapel Street” is available on Kindle and on Amazon.
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Ep 21 - 15 - An Interview With Playwright ELANA GARTNER
Elana Gartner talks with Mark Redfield about playwriting, and her new 2021 play “Runtime Error”, and its first public reading with Transformation Theatre in May of 2021. This interview was conducted by telephone, May 2021.
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About Elana Gartner:
Internationally produced and recognized playwright Elana Gartner is a native Brooklynite and a lifelong playwright, starting as early as first grade when her teacher allowed her to direct and act in the first play that she wrote "The Good Butterfly". That experience led her to believe that a career in playwriting was possible. Since then, she has written Before Lesbians (Dayton FutureFest Finalist 2020, 2nd Place Recipient of the 2018 Henley Rose Playwriting Competition for Women (Readings: Oberlin College, Henley Rose, due for a staged reading at Good Luck Macbeth Theatre), Because of Beth (Productions: Howick Little Theatre; The Workshop Theater), Daughter (Reading: UpTheater Company; PlayLab Selection, 2013 Great Plains Theatre Conference), Pilar’s Brother (Reading: Repertorio Español), Cortex Kin(Reading: Dixon Place), Spinning (Production:Fabrefaction Theater Company), and Ernie Evan (Productions: Genesis Repertory Theater; Heights Players, 6x10 Festival). Two monologues from Elana’s plays Daughter and Because of Bethwere published in “Audition Monologues for Young Women #2: More Contemporary Auditions for Aspiring Actresses “(Meriwether Publishing, Ltd., 2013). Elana founded the EMG Playwriting Workshop and is also a member of the Manhattan Oracles playwriting group. Elana founded the International Centre for Women Playwrights (ICWP) 50/50 Applause Awards and served on the ICWP board for five years. Elana is a member of the Dramatists Guild and is currently an MFA candidate at Spalding University.
In addition to playwriting, Elana has worked in many aspects of the theater: stage management, technical theater, theater education, literary, producing and some dabbling in acting and directing. Through these, she has had the great fortune of working at Williamstown Theater Festival, Lincoln Center Institute, Cherry Lane Theatre, Second Stage Theater, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and the Theatre Development Fund. During the corona virus crisis, she founded Four Walls Theater, a socially responsible theater company presenting new works online, using artists from around the nation.
Elana's freelance writing covers gender parity, parenting, theater and disability.
She lives with her family in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.
About the play “Runtime Error”:
Tal is trying to get a competitive internship when he approaches his college advisor and mentor for an introduction to the company. The famous Professor Carson is all too willing to make the introduction but for a terrible price. While hiding his experiences from everyone in his life, Tal tries to figure out what he could have done differently. A play inspired by the #MeToo movement and the Brett Kavanaugh hearings, this play explores similar themes for men and how they cope or don’t.
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The shows were significant without your kindergarten interpretation. Stop trying to influence everyone and use someone else’s art and works. Make your own or let theirs stand as they presented it.
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