28 min

TORCH Post-Show Conversations: When We Dead Awaken TORCH Post-Show Conversations

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Listen in as Billy Barrett, Tzen Sam and Kirsten Shepherd-Barr discuss a recent production of Ibsen's 'When We Dead Awaken' A TORCH Post-show Conversation podcast about The Coronet Theatre & The Norwegian Ibsen Company's production of When We Dead Awaken.

This conversation was recorded between Billy Barrett, Tzen Sam and Kirsten Shepherd-Barr in March 2022 on location in London. It explores their responses to the play, and the ways it connects with their knowledge exchange collaboration 'My Name is Laura Kieler'.

TORCH Post-show Conversations is a series of informal, 'on location' conversations between Oxford researchers in response to a current theatre production. Designed to capture 'on the night' responses to performance, the Conversations give listeners a chance to eavesdrop on the intersections between research and theatre practice, and give researchers the opportunity to respond in real time to the best of theatre. Variation in sound quality comes from recording in public spaces or in transit. A full transcript will be available in due course, in the meantime please contact TORCH if you have any questions about this conversation. 

Listen in as Billy Barrett, Tzen Sam and Kirsten Shepherd-Barr discuss a recent production of Ibsen's 'When We Dead Awaken' A TORCH Post-show Conversation podcast about The Coronet Theatre & The Norwegian Ibsen Company's production of When We Dead Awaken.

This conversation was recorded between Billy Barrett, Tzen Sam and Kirsten Shepherd-Barr in March 2022 on location in London. It explores their responses to the play, and the ways it connects with their knowledge exchange collaboration 'My Name is Laura Kieler'.

TORCH Post-show Conversations is a series of informal, 'on location' conversations between Oxford researchers in response to a current theatre production. Designed to capture 'on the night' responses to performance, the Conversations give listeners a chance to eavesdrop on the intersections between research and theatre practice, and give researchers the opportunity to respond in real time to the best of theatre. Variation in sound quality comes from recording in public spaces or in transit. A full transcript will be available in due course, in the meantime please contact TORCH if you have any questions about this conversation. 

28 min