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The official podcast of The Shakespeare Theatre Company.

    Next Up Podcast: Episode 1, Part 2

    Next Up Podcast: Episode 1, Part 2

    Next Up takes a candid look into the theatre community as we navigate the present climate in the United States, inclusivity, and the future of theatre.




    On the first episode of Next Up, we explore the 2019/20 season at Shakespeare Theatre Company. Audience Enrichment Manager LeeAnet Noble is joined by Nicole Brewer (actor, director, and facilitator of Anti-Racist Theatre), Caroline Clay (Broadway and television actor), Ricky Ramon (Director and Professor at Howard University), Drew Lichtenberg (STC’s Literary Manager), and Dat Ngo (STC’s Associate Director of Engagement & Inclusion).




    Please note this episode was recorded in the summer of 2019, preceding the opening of Everybody and Simon Godwin’s first season as STC’s Artistic Director.




    Listen to Part 1 of this episode.




    Next on Next Up: We chat one-on-one with Simon Godwin to discuss his first season at STC.

    • 35 min
    Next Up Podcast: Episode 1, Part 1

    Next Up Podcast: Episode 1, Part 1

    Next Up takes a candid look into the theatre community as we navigate the present climate in the United States, inclusivity, and the future of theatre.




    On the first episode of Next Up, we explore the 2019/20 season at Shakespeare Theatre Company. Audience Enrichment Manager LeeAnet Noble is joined by Nicole Brewer (actor, director, and facilitator of Anti-Racist Theatre), Caroline Clay (Broadway and television actor), Ricky Ramon (Director and Professor at Howard University), Drew Lichtenberg (STC’s Literary Manager), and Dat Ngo (STC’s Associate Director of Engagement & Inclusion).




    Please note this episode was recorded in the summer of 2019, preceding the opening of Everybody and Simon Godwin’s first season as STC’s Artistic Director.




    Listen to Part 2 of this episode.




    Next on Next Up: We chat one-on-one with Simon Godwin to discuss his first season at STC.

    • 36 min
    Prosecast: PETER PAN AND WENDY

    Prosecast: PETER PAN AND WENDY

    Join hosts LeeAnet Noble and Drew Lichtenberg as they venture into Neverland with cast members from Peter Pan and Wendy.




    Featuring Isabella Star LaBlanc (Tiger Lily), Sinclair Daniel (Wendy), and Calvin McCullough (Noodler).

    • 26 min
    Prosecast: EVERYBODY

    Prosecast: EVERYBODY

    Join cast members from Shakespeare Theatre Company’s production of Everybody as they dive into the unique rehearsal process, the lottery and rich themes with hosts LeeAnet Noble and Drew Lichtenberg.

    • 38 min
    Prosecast: THE ORESTEIA

    Prosecast: THE ORESTEIA

    Cast members journey through the rehearsal process, themes, characters and more in connection to The Oresteia, Michael Kahn’s final production as Artistic Director of STC, with our hosts Drew and LeeAnet.

    Recorded at the Shakespeare Theatre Company by:

    Drew Lichtenberg, Literary Manager

    LeeAnet Noble, Audience Enrichment Manager

    The Oresteia cast members:

    Franchelle Stewart Dorn (Chorus)

    Alvin Keith (Chorus)

    Sophia Skiles (Chorus)

    Kelcey Watson (Agamemnon)

    Prosecast recorded by James Guess and edited/mastered by Ellery Rhodes.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Prosecast: VANITY FAIR

    Prosecast: VANITY FAIR

    Enjoy hearing from a living playwright at Shakespeare Theatre Company! Kate Hamill shares her process in creating her creative adaptation of Vanity Fair with Drew and Samantha.

    Recorded at the Shakespeare Theatre Company by:

    Drew Lichtenberg, Literary Manager

    Samantha Wyer Bello, Director of Education and Engagement

    Kate Hamill, Playwright (via Skype)

    Prosecast recorded by James Guess and edited/mastered by Ellery Rhodes.

    • 50 min

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