24 episodes

Ten 'Til Places: A Theatre Podcast is hosted by Aliya Gardner and she delves into her life as an aspiring professional in the artistic industry. She chats about her experiences as a local actress in the DC area and delves into the many different tiers of this industry as she chats with many amazing artists who are all on their journey to success in telelvision, music, on Broadway, and beyond! Part of the Broadway Podcast Network.

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Ten 'Til Places: A Theatre Podcast is hosted by Aliya Gardner and she delves into her life as an aspiring professional in the artistic industry. She chats about her experiences as a local actress in the DC area and delves into the many different tiers of this industry as she chats with many amazing artists who are all on their journey to success in telelvision, music, on Broadway, and beyond! Part of the Broadway Podcast Network.

    Lights, Camera, Action!

    Lights, Camera, Action!

    Actor, writer, and director John Walbolt chats about the film that he wrote and directed called Non-Eq, which is a film about non-equity actors in New York City trying to make their Broadway dreams come true. John also talks about the many hats that he wears when it comes to creating art and how a great work ethic can get your seemingly over-the-top projects where they need to go! You can watch Non-Eq on Amazon Prime and Tubi now!
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    • 26 min
    Movies for Theatre People

    Movies for Theatre People

    Note from the Host:
    I am in no way claiming to be a film critic. These are just my opinions on these films and how they left me feeling upon viewing each of them. I hope you enjoy the episode!

    This episode is dedicated to all of the film lovers and theatre nerds out there! Aside from theatre, Aliya truly loves dissecting film and the ins and outs of the film industry. The film industry has been stuck in a consistent cycle of producing lackluster films specifically made with lower budgets, all-star casts, and cliché scripts in order to easily cash out at the box office. But true filmmakers and artists see the bigger picture and use these lower budgets to their advantage to create a story that the audience can and will resonate with. That being said, the films mentioned in this episode are great examples of how a passionate and creative director can reach viewers who have been involved onstage, offstage, and in other realms of theatre to celebrate this marginalized group of artistic professionals.

    Films mentioned in this episode:
    Miss Stevens (2016)
    Lady Bird (2017)
    Antebellum (2020)
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    • 39 min
    The Pandemic Performer with Special Guest Zoe Proeber

    The Pandemic Performer with Special Guest Zoe Proeber

    The performing arts industry was severely effected due to the pandemic along with millions of other occupations in the United States; but that never stopped artists from creating and perfecting their craft. Even if that means singing through 3 layers of face masks for the safety of the performers. Grad student and performing artist, Zoe Proeber, chats with Aliya about their Critic's Choice Duet Musical performance from their high school days. They also talk about Zoe's acapella group experience and what specifically led her to choose Opera rather than another form of live performance. Follow Zoe on Instagram @zo_rose to keep up with her journey!
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    • 34 min
    22 Things I Learned at 22

    22 Things I Learned at 22

    Let's help Aliya celebrate her birthday! This episode was recorded on February 3rd, the actual night before Aliya's 22nd birthday. Aliya reflects on this past year in this episode and chats about what she's learned in her 22nd year on this planet as an actress and a human.
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    • 26 min
    The Many Hats of a Teaching Artist with Susannah Crowell

    The Many Hats of a Teaching Artist with Susannah Crowell

    Teaching artists are unique educators that approach students in creative and special teaching methods. New York actress and teaching artist, Susannah Crowel, chats with Aliya about what led her to become a teaching artists and the importance of theatre education with young people. Follow Susannah on Instagram @susannahcrowell
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    • 33 min
    Finding Your Vocal Identity with Lilli Roussakis

    Finding Your Vocal Identity with Lilli Roussakis

    Happy New Year! In our first episode in 2021, Aliya delves into the many meanings of vocal identity with vocal coach Lili Roussakis. Lili also talks about her techniques when guiding new students to help them see what makes them a unique performer. Check out Lili's Instagram @liliroussakis to book her for a private lesson!
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    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

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5 Ratings

Coffeehousetheatrecopodcast ,

Great Podcast!

Aliyah is so down-to-earth, intelligent, and fun. I’ve really enjoyed listening to her podcast so far, and I can’t wait to listen to all her episodes:) Totally recommend!

radical_alex ,

So good!

Recommend! Especially for creatives.

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