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We are putting the spotlight on those who create live entertainment around the globe; the culture creators, and the backstage masters.

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    • Performing Arts
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We are putting the spotlight on those who create live entertainment around the globe; the culture creators, and the backstage masters.

    Episode 28 - Circus with Charly Ortega

    Episode 28 - Circus with Charly Ortega

    Charly Ortega is originally from Mexico and has worked for Cirque du Soleil and Dragone shows across the world. Building a career that stemmed from his childhood passion for theatre and circus, Charly studied to postgraduate level before spending the last 7 years working with Cirque and Dragone. He has a vast knowledge on traditional and modern circus history and culture, and talks to us about the differences between them, as well as his interesting life experiences. @theatreartlifeThanks to David Zieher who composed our music, and sound engineer Michelle Sciarrotta.

    • 28 min
    Episode 27 - Stunts with Ian Van Cleve

    Episode 27 - Stunts with Ian Van Cleve

    Ian Van Cleve is a stunt performer who has worked all over the world in the last ten years. He is currently the writer and director for a widely successful Chinese stunt show, Project Blue Sky, which is in its fifth year. Starting out as an actor and singer in college, Ian found himself recruited for stunt work early on, which led to the start of his interesting and varied career.@theatreartlifeThanks to David Zieher who composed our music, and sound engineer Michelle Sciarrotta.

    • 30 min
    Episode 26 - Coaching with Rob Winch

    Episode 26 - Coaching with Rob Winch

    Rob Winch is the head coach and acrobatic stunt specialist for a number of well-known shows. Born in London, Rob is a former gymnastic champion and started his career as an acrobat and aerialist. His 12 year performance career saw him work across cruise ships, stunt shows, musical theatre, dance, tv and film platforms.@theatreartlifeThanks to David Zieher who composed our music, and sound engineer Michelle Sciarrotta.

    • 34 min
    Episode 25 - Temporary Structures with Siobhan Gee

    Episode 25 - Temporary Structures with Siobhan Gee

    Siobhan Gee, former Project Manager at United Staging & Rigging, is an ETCP certified arena rigger, and Columbus McKinnon hoist technician. She joins Ana Aguilera to talk all about temporary structures and stages. https://www.osha.gov/ https://iosh.com/ https://www.ccohs.ca/ https://www.enshpo.eu/home/ @theatreartlifeThanks to David Zieher who composed our music, and sound engineer Michelle Sciarrotta.

    • 29 min
    Episode 24 - Theatre Consulting with Dawn Chiang

    Episode 24 - Theatre Consulting with Dawn Chiang

    Dawn Chiang joins us to talk about the intersection between lighting design and theatre consulting. Dawn has designed lighting for shows on Broadway and across the USA, and is also a consultant and mentor. Based in Connecticut, Dawn originally trained and worked in music and ballet, but fell in love with backstage roles in college.http://www.dawnchiang.com/ http://theatreprojects.com https://www.theatreartlife.com/lifestyle/a-moment-with-dawn-chiang/ @theatreartlifeThanks to David Zieher who composed our music, and sound engineer Michelle Sciarrotta.

    • 43 min
    Episode 23 - Covid Special with Alexandria Bellivan

    Episode 23 - Covid Special with Alexandria Bellivan

    Alexandria Bellivan joins us to talk about social engagement & employment seeking during the times of Covid-19.Alexandria is a career development expert for performing arts and entertainment professionals. She currently works as an employment specialist and programme manager at the actors fund, helping people secure meaningful work.https://actorsfund.org/workshops @theatreartlifeThanks to David Zieher who composed our music, and sound engineer Michelle Sciarrotta.

    • 42 min

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