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"
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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"
“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 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"
#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"
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"
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"
Actor, director, and filmmaker, Maxine Eloi wrapped 8-9 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"
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"
“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: Improvisor Dan Sipp says yes to THIRD DATE and the Medical Improv Initiative"
A special bonus episode featuring our first Young Artist! I’ve been thinking for awhile about how to feature kid artists in the Triangle. An opportunity spontaneously presented… Read more "Bonus episode 001: A Young Artist in the Triangle shares her poems Life and I am Different"
Based in Raleigh NC and founded in 2016, the Women’s Theatre Festival (WTF) creates, produces, and promotes extraordinary theatre by women. Each play in their summer festival was… Read more "031: Festival Production Manager for the Women’s Theatre Festival, Katy Koop, keeps it all on track"
“How can things that we own have very special meaning to us?” Ceramic artist Doreen Jakob creates functional ceramics that are distinctive, meaningful, and beautiful. In this episode… Read more "030: Ceramic artist Doreen Jakob tells stories in clay"
WHAT I LEARNED FROM 40 YEARS OF NOT BEING FAMOUS: PART ONE. This is the first installment of a multi-part series planned for the Artist Soapbox podcast… Read more "029: What I learned from 40 years of not being famous: PART ONE. Define and redefine success."
“We are here. It is chaotic. If we say yes, what can happen?” Choreographer Killian Manning is a treasured director and teacher. It’s easy to see why… Read more "028: Choreographer and dancer Killian Manning insists on possibility"
Do you ever take stock of all plastic you use? Do you think about all the plastic that surrounds you every day? Artist Robin Frohardt does–a lot.… Read more "027: Mellon DisTIL fellow Robin Frohardt transforms plastic into thought-provoking art"
Ely Urbanski, printmaker, is an incredibly resourceful artist who moves her work forward with a spirit of collaboration and generosity. Ely was kind to come and chat… Read more "026: Printmaker Ely Urbanski makes the invisible visible"
Why are transitions so difficult and so important to pay attention to? How can artists and arts organizations manage transitions with grace and confidence? Artist and nonprofit… Read more "025: Artist and nonprofit leader Cheryl Chamblee coaches creatives in times of transition"