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Co-artistic Directors and Theatre educators Adam Marple and Budi Miller discuss the Theatre moving past the Covid-19 shutdown with topics such as the roles of the Audience, Actor, Director, Playwright, and Space in our new reality.To submit a question, please visit http://www.speakpipe.com/theatreofothers for voice recording or submit an email to podcast@theatreofothers.com Messages may be quoted by name unless the writer stipulates otherwise. If you enjoyed this podcast, we´d love for you to leave a review at https://ratethispodcast.com/too. It helps with our visibility, and the more people listen to the podcast, the more we can invest in it and make it even better. Music credit: https://www.purple-planet.comhttp://www.theatreofothers.com

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Co-artistic Directors and Theatre educators Adam Marple and Budi Miller discuss the Theatre moving past the Covid-19 shutdown with topics such as the roles of the Audience, Actor, Director, Playwright, and Space in our new reality.To submit a question, please visit http://www.speakpipe.com/theatreofothers for voice recording or submit an email to podcast@theatreofothers.com Messages may be quoted by name unless the writer stipulates otherwise. If you enjoyed this podcast, we´d love for you to leave a review at https://ratethispodcast.com/too. It helps with our visibility, and the more people listen to the podcast, the more we can invest in it and make it even better. Music credit: https://www.purple-planet.comhttp://www.theatreofothers.com

    TOO Episode 215 - The (not) New Years Resolutions

    TOO Episode 215 - The (not) New Years Resolutions

    In this episode,  Adam and Budi listen to submissions from the Theatre of Others community on their (not) new year's resolution. Join us as we explore your 2024 goals, and discuss the practical strategies to achieve them - whilst emphasising the importance of setting measurable goals and fostering mutual accountability along the way. 

    Special thanks to the individuals who submitted for this episode! 


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    Voice- http://www.speakpipe.com/theatreofothers
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    Show Credits
    Co-Hosts: Adam Marple & Budi Miller
    Producer: Jack Burmeister
    Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
    Additional compositions by @jack_burmeister

    • 1 hr 12 min
    TOO Episode 214 - Conversation with Broadway Composer, Tom Kitt

    TOO Episode 214 - Conversation with Broadway Composer, Tom Kitt

    in this episode, Adam and Budi sit down with Broadway composer, Tom Kitt, to talk about his extensive career from Next to Normal, SpongeBob, and The Tony's.

    Tom Kitt is a two-time Tony, two-time Emmy, Pulitzer Prize, and Grammy Award winner.  As a musical theater composer, he's written music for six Broadway shows: Next to Normal (Tony Award), If/Then (Tony Nomination), Flying Over Sunset (Tony Nomination), High Fidelity, Bring it On, The Musical, and Almost Famous. His work for the stage has been seen Off-Broadway at 2nd Stage (Next to Normal, Superhero), The Public Theater (The Visitor, Shakespeare in the Park) and has worked at some of the most prestigious regional theaters in America.  Tom’s Broadway credits as an orchestrator include: Next to Normal (Tony Award), The SpongeBob Musical (Tony Nomination), Jagged Little Pill (Tony Nomination), Almost Famous, Head Over Heels, Everyday Rapture, and American Idiot. 
    For Film and TV, as one of the vocal arrangers working on the Pitch Perfect films, Tom notably helped create the classic “Riff-off.”  Tom served as music supervisor/arranger/orchestrator for Grease Live and contributed songs for Royal Pains and Penny Dreadful.  Music supervisor for the NBC series, Rise and writer of numerous songs for Sesame Street.  He also composed two original opening numbers for The Tony Awards, Live in 2019, for James Corden, and the Emmy Award-winning, Bigger in 2013, written with Lin-Manuel Miranda for Neil Patrick Harris.  Tom is proud that his musical adaptation of Freaky Friday was turned into an original movie musical for Disney Channel.  Tom served as a Supervising Music Producer on the new musical television series, Up Here. 
    Tom has worked on numerous original cast recordings, winning a Grammy award for his work on Jagged Little Pill.  His debut album, Reflect featured several Broadway artists with whom Tom collaborated to create a song cycle touching on the challenges brought on by the pandemic.  During the pandemic, he helped to form MUSE (Musicians United for Social Equity) and NYC Next.  His work with NYC Next featured A Moment for Broadway in Duffy Square in October of 2020 bringing members of the Broadway community together for the first time since the March 2020 shutdown, as they performed Stephen Sondheim’s iconic song, Sunday.  
    Support the show2024 Audio Play Festival submissions "Sounds of Home"

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    To submit a question:
    Voice- http://www.speakpipe.com/theatreofothers
    Email- podcast@theatreofothers.com

    Show Credits
    Co-Hosts: Adam Marple & Budi Miller
    Producer: Jack Burmeister
    Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
    Additional compositions by @jack_burmeister

    • 1 hr
    TOO Episode 213 - The Grad School Series | David Geffen School of Drama at Yale | Walton Wilson

    TOO Episode 213 - The Grad School Series | David Geffen School of Drama at Yale | Walton Wilson

    In this episode, Adam and Budi speak with the Professor in the Practice of Acting from the David Geffen School of Drama at Yale University, Walton Wilson. 

    Walton Wilson is a Professor in the Practice of Acting at the David Geffen School of Drama at Yale, where he has been a member of the faculty since 1999. He served as Head of Voice and Speech and was a resident artist at Yale Repertory Theatre for twenty-three years. He also served as Chair of the Acting Program for seven years, Associate Chair for eleven years, and Interim Co-Chair for one year. 

    He was apprenticed to and designated as a voice teacher by Kristin Linklater and was later trained and certified as an associate teacher by Catherine Fitzmaurice. He has also studied voice with Richard Armstrong, Andrea Haring, Meredith Monk, Patsy Rodenburg, David Smukler, Jean-René Toussaint, and members of the Roy Hart Theatre. He has served as voice, text, and dialect coach for productions on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and in regional theater, including a multitide of new plays and adaptations by American and international theatermakers. 

    He has held faculty appointments at NYU/Tisch School of the Arts, Fordham College at Lincoln Center, Emerson College, and Southern Methodist University, and has been an artist-in-residence at Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, American Repertory Theatre, Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center/National Theatre Institute, Shakespeare & Company, Swine Palace Theatre, GEOKS Singapadu (Bali), LaSalle College of the Arts (Singapore), Shanghai Theatre Academy (China), Sfumato Theatre Laboratory, Plovdiv State Drama Theatre, New Bulgarian University (Bulgaria), Titan Teatersköle (Norway), and Fundaçao Gulbenkian (Portugal). He has also led voice workshops for community organizers, military veterans, museum curators, architects, prison inmates, and interfaith ministers. 

    His professional acting credits include productions off-Broadway and in regional theatres and Shakespeare festivals across the United States. He is a frequent collaborator with Double Edge Theatre (Ashfield, MA), The Lunar Stratagem (Hudson, NY), and Pro Rodopi Arts Centre (Bostina, Bulgaria). 
    Support the show2024 Audio Play Festival submissions "Sounds of Home"

    If you enjoyed this week´s podcast, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts.

    To submit a question:
    Voice- http://www.speakpipe.com/theatreofothers
    Email- podcast@theatreofothers.com

    Show Credits
    Co-Hosts: Adam Marple & Budi Miller
    Producer: Jack Burmeister
    Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
    Additional compositions by @jack_burmeister

    • 1 hr 9 min
    TOO Episode 212 - The TOO 2024 Book Club

    TOO Episode 212 - The TOO 2024 Book Club

    In this episode, Adam and Budi discuss their picks for this year's TOO Book Club.  The Book will be discussed on the last Monday of every month. You can find each month's book below, so join us on this journey!

    Book Club 2024
    The Dutchman by Amiri Baraka (February)
    Waiting for Lefty by Clifford Odets (March)
    The Invisible Actor by Yoshi Oida (April)
    The Empty Space by Peter Brook (May)
    The Second Circle by Patsy Rodenburg (June)
    And Then, You Act by Anne Bogart (July)
    Touching the Rock by John Hull (August)
    Unreasonable Hospitality by Will Guidera (September)

    Mentioned in this episode
    The Art of Manliness
    The Episode One Show





    Support the show2024 Audio Play Festival submissions "Sounds of Home"

    If you enjoyed this week´s podcast, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts.

    To submit a question:
    Voice- http://www.speakpipe.com/theatreofothers
    Email- podcast@theatreofothers.com

    Show Credits
    Co-Hosts: Adam Marple & Budi Miller
    Producer: Jack Burmeister
    Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
    Additional compositions by @jack_burmeister

    • 56 min
    TOO Episode 211 - The Imperfect

    TOO Episode 211 - The Imperfect

    In this episode, Adam and Budi discuss possible modes of theatre moving forward post-pandemic and post-AI and how the imperfect, authentic, and earnest could be a trend in 2024/25. 


    Support the show2024 Audio Play Festival submissions "Sounds of Home"

    If you enjoyed this week´s podcast, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts.

    To submit a question:
    Voice- http://www.speakpipe.com/theatreofothers
    Email- podcast@theatreofothers.com

    Show Credits
    Co-Hosts: Adam Marple & Budi Miller
    Producer: Jack Burmeister
    Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
    Additional compositions by @jack_burmeister

    • 1 hr 4 min
    TOO Episode 210 - Conversation with Master Clown, Fabio Motta

    TOO Episode 210 - Conversation with Master Clown, Fabio Motta

    In this episode, Adam and Budi speak with Master Clown Fabio Motta.

    Fabio Motta is an award-winning performer, clown, and teaching artist who has performed and devised theatre in Australia, Italy, and the United States. He has trained and is a graduate of international arts institutions including The Academia Teatrale Veneta (Italy) and HB studio in New York and has worked with renowned artists and teachers such as Carol Rosenfeld, Larry Moss, Lyndsey Davies, Austin Pendleton, Philippe Gauliere, Zack Fines and Giovanni Fusetti. Working extensively as an actor in Australia and abroad with companies like the Australian Shakespeare Company, Born in a Taxi, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, and The Russian Arts Theatre, he also has multiple TV and film credits to his name including Ronny Chang International student, Utopia season 4, Carla Cametti PD, Canal Road, Apparitions, Slant and Little Tornados. His critically acclaimed solo show SPOT had a sold-out season in 2021 at Theatre Works and raving reviews in his return season in 2022 at the Explosive Factory as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Most recently, he has received a Green Room Award for 'Best Performer' for his solo show SPOT in 2022.
    He is a certified Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework® and the regional coordinator for Australia and New Zealand. He is also the artistic director of the Clowning Workshop where he runs ongoing workshops. Fabio has taught at New York University Tisch School of the Arts, HB studio, and the Ume Group (Physical Theatre Ensemble New York) in the United States. In Melbourne, he runs classes in Clowning, Fitzmaurice Voicework®, Mask, and games for theatre as a freelance.
    He has taught at 16th Street Acting Studio, Brave Studios, The Victorian College of the Arts, St. Martin's Youth Theatre, and The National Theatre Drama School Melbourne.
    Support the show2024 Audio Play Festival submissions "Sounds of Home"

    If you enjoyed this week´s podcast, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts.

    To submit a question:
    Voice- http://www.speakpipe.com/theatreofothers
    Email- podcast@theatreofothers.com

    Show Credits
    Co-Hosts: Adam Marple & Budi Miller
    Producer: Jack Burmeister
    Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
    Additional compositions by @jack_burmeister

    • 1 hr 17 min

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Wow! As a professional physical theatre artist, I am blown away by the rapport and depth of expertise that both Adam and Budi present in Theatre of Others podcast. Their conversations are exciting and provocative, in that their wisdom sparks connection and understanding within my personal experience as actor and audience. I appreciate that this podcast is centered on Theatre as a cultural practice, as it opens up broader possibilities for play beyond what I feel is culturally expected from US hyper-commercialized theatre (Broadway/Hollywood). I look forward to listening in on this podcast!

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