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050: What’s the context? Dramaturg Alex Ripp unpacks public performance, translation, and arts criticism

10/15/2018
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What’s more important than context? This candid conversation with dramaturg Alex Ripp ranges far and wide — from making art in the Triangle to art making in Chile,… Read more "050: What’s the context? Dramaturg Alex Ripp unpacks public performance, translation, and arts criticism" The post 050: What’s the context? Dramaturg Alex Ripp unpacks public performance, translation, and arts criticism appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:55:03

049: Why choose a brick and mortar? Business owner Amelia Freeman-Lynde talks handcraft and Freeman’s Creative

10/8/2018
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How do crafters take an interest and turn it into a business? Amelia Freeman-Lynde is the owner of Freeman’s Creative, a new shop in Durham, NC offering… Read more "049: Why choose a brick and mortar? Business owner Amelia Freeman-Lynde talks handcraft and Freeman’s Creative" The post 049: Why choose a brick and mortar? Business owner Amelia Freeman-Lynde talks handcraft and Freeman’s Creative appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:42:15

048: How do we do the impossible? Choreographer ShaLeigh Comerford explores collaboration and sustainability

10/1/2018
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Creating a sustainable revenue stream for artists often seems impossible – how do we do the impossible? ShaLeigh Comerford, dancer, choreographer, and the Artistic Director of ShaLeigh… Read more "048: How do we do the impossible? Choreographer ShaLeigh Comerford explores collaboration and sustainability" The post 048: How do we do the impossible? Choreographer ShaLeigh Comerford explores collaboration and sustainability appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:50:34

047: Theatre education programming with Burning Coal’s Director of Education, Kaley Morrison

9/24/2018
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Kaley Morrison, actor and Director of Education at Burning Coal Theatre in Raleigh talks about Burning Coal’s educational programming for kids and adults, what she’s learned from… Read more "047: Theatre education programming with Burning Coal’s Director of Education, Kaley Morrison" The post 047: Theatre education programming with Burning Coal’s Director of Education, Kaley Morrison appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:49:33

046: What are the benefits of a residency? Dasan Ahanu speaks on Black Poetry Theatre’s decade of connection.

9/17/2018
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“So much is possible.” Dasan Ahanu is a Poet, Emcee, Writer, Playwright, Performance Artist, Lecturer, and Educator in Durham, North Carolina. He is managing director and co-founder of… Read more "046: What are the benefits of a residency? Dasan Ahanu speaks on Black Poetry Theatre’s decade of connection." The post 046: What are the benefits of a residency? Dasan Ahanu speaks on Black Poetry Theatre’s decade of connection. appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:01:04:13

045: Old work in a new way. both hands theatre company performs a scene from 2001.

9/12/2018
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How does artistic work hold up over time? What’s it like to revisit old work in a new medium? A quick dive into work in process. Cheryl Chamblee… Read more "045: Old work in a new way. both hands theatre company performs a scene from 2001." The post 045: Old work in a new way. both hands theatre company performs a scene from 2001. appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:08:34

044: What I learned from 40 years of not being famous: PART TWO. Respect the Work.

9/10/2018
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The second installment of a multi-part series in which Tamara considers how we might love the artists we are and support the artists we love. A solo… Read more "044: What I learned from 40 years of not being famous: PART TWO. Respect the Work." The post 044: What I learned from 40 years of not being famous: PART TWO. Respect the Work. appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:25:18

043: What good is a bad first draft? Playwright and arts educator Ian Finley extols the power of revision.

9/3/2018
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“The first draft really ought to be quite horrible.” A passionate masterclass in playwriting with Ian Finley, playwright and arts educator. Dramatic structure, writer’s block, revision, adapting… Read more "043: What good is a bad first draft? Playwright and arts educator Ian Finley extols the power of revision." The post 043: What good is a bad first draft? Playwright and arts educator Ian Finley extols the power of revision. appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:49:46

042: What does the dance community need? DIDA (Durham Independent Dance Artists) considers challenges and what the future holds

8/27/2018
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Three great minds in one room: Alyssa Noble, Justin Tornow, and Lightsey Darst, the 3 organizers of Durham Independent Dance Artists (DIDA) discuss how to serve the… Read more "042: What does the dance community need? DIDA (Durham Independent Dance Artists) considers challenges and what the future holds" The post 042: What does the dance community need? DIDA (Durham Independent Dance Artists) considers challenges and what the future holds appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:52:08

041: How do we evolve as artists? Director, performer, writer Naima Yetunde Ince-Griffiths extends her voice into multiple genres

8/20/2018
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Amazing original poetry pieces performed by Naima Ince-Griffiths open and close this episode! Naima Yetunde Ince-Griffiths is a performance poet, writer, and playwright; she produces and directs theatrical works… Read more "041: How do we evolve as artists? Director, performer, writer Naima Yetunde Ince-Griffiths extends her voice into multiple genres" The post 041: How do we evolve as artists? Director, performer, writer Naima Yetunde Ince-Griffiths extends her voice into multiple genres...

Duration:00:58:18

040: How do we build audiences for our work? Playwright Allan Maule considers marketing theatre in the Triangle

8/13/2018
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How might we cultivate a larger audience across the Triangle? How do playwrights write about things that are meaningful and that will also have an audience? In… Read more "040: How do we build audiences for our work? Playwright Allan Maule considers marketing theatre in the Triangle" The post 040: How do we build audiences for our work? Playwright Allan Maule considers marketing theatre in the Triangle appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:51:54

039: What is a band? Musician and composer Louis Landry embraces classic albums and contemporary realities

8/6/2018
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What exactly is ‘a band’ in 2018? How does a code of conduct figure in? Why is an performing residency so valuable? Listen to musician and composer… Read more "039: What is a band? Musician and composer Louis Landry embraces classic albums and contemporary realities" The post 039: What is a band? Musician and composer Louis Landry embraces classic albums and contemporary realities appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:59:33

038: Managing Director Johannah Maynard Edwards advocates for inclusion, develops structures for growth, and turns problems into solutions

7/23/2018
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“Doing the work saves me.” What does it mean to be included, supported, and welcomed into creative work? In the midst of producing for Women’s Theatre Festival… Read more "038: Managing Director Johannah Maynard Edwards advocates for inclusion, develops structures for growth, and turns problems into solutions" The post 038: Managing Director Johannah Maynard Edwards advocates for inclusion, develops structures for growth, and turns problems into solutions appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:50:48

037: Director Michele Okoh brings the heroes of ECLIPSED to the stage as part of the Women’s Theatre Festival

7/17/2018
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The first play with an all-Black and all-female cast and creative team to premiere on Broadway, ECLIPSED by Danai Gurira (Black Panther, The Walking Dead) is making… Read more "037: Director Michele Okoh brings the heroes of ECLIPSED to the stage as part of the Women’s Theatre Festival" The post 037: Director Michele Okoh brings the heroes of ECLIPSED to the stage as part of the Women’s Theatre Festival appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:32:49

036: Capturing memories with filmmaker Janice Smith, owner and founder of Big Dog Little Bed

7/9/2018
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#femalefilmmaker #NCentrepreneur The value of capturing moments on film, building a creative business, embracing one’s point of view, and much more. As owner and founder of Big Dog… Read more "036: Capturing memories with filmmaker Janice Smith, owner and founder of Big Dog Little Bed" The post 036: Capturing memories with filmmaker Janice Smith, owner and founder of Big Dog Little Bed appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:37:02

035: Soprano Andrea Edith Moore curates a career filled with classical and contemporary music

7/2/2018
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A conversation about curating a career, creating new work, and celebrating the people of this place. Soprano Andrea Edith Moore‘s performances have spanned the globe from Teatro Colon… Read more "035: Soprano Andrea Edith Moore curates a career filled with classical and contemporary music" The post 035: Soprano Andrea Edith Moore curates a career filled with classical and contemporary music appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:44:00

Bonus episode 002: Better together. A Creative Accountability Group debrief with Mara and Tamara

6/25/2018
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Curious about a Creative Accountability Group? A few of our participants share their takeaways from the 1st ASBX Creative Accountability Group at the opening of this episode!… Read more "Bonus episode 002: Better together. A Creative Accountability Group debrief with Mara and Tamara" The post Bonus episode 002: Better together. A Creative Accountability Group debrief with Mara and Tamara appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:36:40

034: Actor and filmmaker Maxine Eloi takes control of her career and her stories

6/18/2018
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Actor, director, and filmmaker, Maxine Eloi wrapped 9 short films and 1 feature film in 2017. Wow! Listen to Maxine talk about ramping up her career in film and… Read more "034: Actor and filmmaker Maxine Eloi takes control of her career and her stories" The post 034: Actor and filmmaker Maxine Eloi takes control of her career and her stories appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:01:03:39

033: Dance, play, and dream in 54 STRANGE WORDS with Stacy Wolfson and Curtis Eller of the Bipeds

6/11/2018
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One of the rare ASBX episodes that features two artists at once! In this episode, I had the pleasure of talking with the artistic directors of the… Read more "033: Dance, play, and dream in 54 STRANGE WORDS with Stacy Wolfson and Curtis Eller of the Bipeds" The post 033: Dance, play, and dream in 54 STRANGE WORDS with Stacy Wolfson and Curtis Eller of the Bipeds appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:00:48:24

032: Improviser Dan Sipp says yes to THIRD DATE and the Medical Improv Initiative

6/4/2018
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“Once I found improv, I knew I wanted to do that with my life…” So many applicable takeaways and specific examples! In the first half of this episode… Read more "032: Improviser Dan Sipp says yes to THIRD DATE and the Medical Improv Initiative" The post 032: Improviser Dan Sipp says yes to THIRD DATE and the Medical Improv Initiative appeared first on Artist Soapbox.

Duration:01:02:08