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Whether you are new to theatre, a veteran theatre goer or somewhere in between, we welcome you at EnTrance - where we pull back the curtain and go behind the scenes to shine a spotlight on the work, the craft, and the transformative nature of theatre. Through interviews with the people on stage, the many more behind the scenes, and those of us in the audience, we are exploring the power of theatre as a vehicle for connection, joy, magic, and opening the door to what’s possible.

Whether you are new to theatre, a veteran theatre goer or somewhere in between, we welcome you at EnTrance - where we pull back the curtain and go behind the scenes to shine a spotlight on the work, the craft, and the transformative nature of theatre. Through interviews with the people on stage, the many more behind the scenes, and those of us in the audience, we are exploring the power of theatre as a vehicle for connection, joy, magic, and opening the door to what’s possible.
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Whether you are new to theatre, a veteran theatre goer or somewhere in between, we welcome you at EnTrance - where we pull back the curtain and go behind the scenes to shine a spotlight on the work, the craft, and the transformative nature of theatre. Through interviews with the people on stage, the many more behind the scenes, and those of us in the audience, we are exploring the power of theatre as a vehicle for connection, joy, magic, and opening the door to what’s possible.

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Episodes

Tonia Sina

1/9/2019
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Tonia is the founder, executive director, and head of pedagogy of Intimacy Directors International. She is an international sexual harassment prevention advisor for theatre and film, and an international “Intimacy for the Stage” workshop teacher and choreographer. Tonia has been researching intimacy for the stage and sexual harassment in the industry since she began research for her thesis in 2004. She has been featured in many publications and interviews. Tonia was originally an...

Duration:01:13:43

Douglas Carter Beane

12/26/2018
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Douglas Carter Beane is an American playwright and screenwriter who trained as an actor, graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts' New York campus in 1980. His works include the screenplay of To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar, and several plays including The Country Club, As Bees in Honey Drown, The Nance, starring Nathan Lane, and The Little Dog Laughed. Beane wrote the book for Xanadu, a stage musical adaptation of the 1980 film of the same name, He worked...

Duration:00:42:28

Diane Nutting

12/9/2018
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Working at the intersections of disability, arts, and education, Diane provides training, project coordination, and strategic planning services for a wide range of cultural arts institutions as well as state and local arts agencies. Her recent project clients include the Smithsonian Institution, the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Diane brings to her work over 20 years of experience in non-profit arts administration and...

Duration:01:13:54

Matt Olin

11/16/2018
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Matt Olin is a writer and creativity consultant for organizations & events, as well as the host of CreativeMornings/Charlotte, a popular monthly breakfast lecture series celebrating the creative spirit of Charlotte and its citizens. Matt spent the first 20 years of his career creating and producing theater in Charlotte and New York – productions garnering such honors as 14 Tony Awards, 50 Tony nominations, Obie Awards, Drama Desk Awards, and more. Matt is also the co-creator of Queen City...

Duration:00:34:00

Interview with Jen Band

10/10/2018
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Jen Band, Founder and Executive Director of Playing for Others (PFO), talks about her experiences in the arts from high school performance to directing and teaching at Children’s Theater of Charlotte and beyond. As visionary and leader of PFO, Jen uses the arts as well as personal development and service as platforms for teens to answer two most important questions - Who Am I? And How Do I Give Of That? Through the arts, teens discover themselves, learn how to express themselves and honor...

Duration:00:38:12