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Helping womxn in theatre take center stage in lives they love.

Helping womxn in theatre take center stage in lives they love.
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Helping womxn in theatre take center stage in lives they love.






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Radical Inclusivity (Julie Ouellette)

Julie Ouellette (they/them, @officialjulieo) is an actor, writer, director, and producer whose work focuses heavily on empowering queer artists. As the Producing Artistic Director of The Commons Los Angeles, they strive to create work that challenges our artists, our audiences, and our industry. Host: Emily Stamets (@theemilystamets) Original music by Jaclyn S. O'Connor Graphics by Tiffany Spence


Safety, Freedom, and Justice (Xemiyulu Tapepechul)

Xemiyulu Tapepechul (she/ella, @XemiNeSiwayul) is a Two-Spirit actor, playwright, author, playwright, and educator. In 2015, she founded Nelwat Ishkamewe, a Two-Spirit (Native American Transgender, Intersex, Asexual, Queer+) collective of artists, healers, educators, and advocates, uplifting Two-Spirit Nation through art & land justice. She trained at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, and has been featured on various DC Theatre productions, including Nelwat Ishkamewe's The Cosmic...


Ask Before You Touch (Chelsea Pace)

Chelsea Pace (SDC, @professorpace, she/her/hers) is a Baltimore-based intimacy choreographer and co-founded Theatrical Intimacy Education with Laura Rikard. She choreographs and consults on best practices for staging intimacy, nudity, and sexual violence for professional and educational theatre companies and programs across the country. In addition to theatrical intimacy, Chelsea specializes in stage combat, devised work, and physical theatre. She is an Assistant Professor of Theatre at the...


Go Back and Get It (Autumn Jessica Mitchell)

Autumn Jessica Mitchell (she/her, Facebook: ajmitchell26) is a freelance stage manager and aspiring production manager hailing from the historic city of Savannah, Georgia. Autumn is currently the Assistant Stage Manager for Man of Destiny and Fences at the American Players Theatre in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Recent stage management credits include The Better Half (Lucky Plush Productions), Acis and Galatea, Face on The Barroom Floor (Central City Opera), Don Giovanni, and November Dance 2017...


Everyone Can Play (Rosie Glen-Lambert & Veronica Tjioe)

Rosie Glen-Lambert (@ringaroundro_z) is the Artistic Director and Founder of The Attic Collective and serves as the Literary Manager at Inkwell Theater. She has collaborated as a Director and Producer with a number of different theaters in Los Angeles including Sacred Fools, Inkwell Theater, Theater Planners, Bootleg Theater, Son of Semele, Occidental College, and MutantCollective. Rosie is thrilled to return to the Hollywood Fringe Festival to direct “The Last Croissant”! Her prior fringe...


At the End of the Day, It's a Circus (Alana Clapp)

Alana Clapp (General Stage Manager – Mystere by Cirque du Soleil) Alana began her career with Cirque du Soleil in 2009 with the show O at the Bellagio. She joined the Stage Management team of Mystère in 2012, and is currently the General Stage Manager for the company's longest running Las Vegas production. An advocate for arts educational programs and youth mentorship, Alana has presented at various universities throughout the country including Chapman University, University of California –...


The Magic Happens at the End (Lucy Wang)

Lucy Wang is a playwright, performance artist, professor, editor, public speaker, and comedienne... with an extraordinary laugh! We chat about writing for youth, writing for diversity, and the impact that one teacher had when he told her a Chinese girl couldn't be in Li'l Abner. Find her on social media @sensuousgourmet, or her website: Host: Emily Stamets, @theemilystamets, Original music by Jaclyn S. O'Connor


You Are Not Alone (Kaja Dunn)

KAJA DUNN (@KajaDunn) is an Assistant Professor of Theatre and teaches acting at the University of North Carolina Charlotte as well as being an actor, director, and activist. Her research targets reshaping pedagogy for theatre students of color as well as Decolonization and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion issues in theatre and their application in academic, professional and corporate settings. This year she is joining Theatrical Intimacy Education as an Associate Faculty specializing in EDI...


Know Who You Are, Be Who You Are (Carolyn Gage)

Carolyn Gage is a playwright, performer, director, and activist. The author of three books on lesbian theatre and seventy-five plays, musicals, and one-woman shows, she specializes in non-traditional roles for women, especially those reclaiming famous lesbians whose stories have been distorted or erased from history. She also specializes in plays about survivors of sexual violence. She is perhaps best known for her one-woman show, The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, which toured for over 20...


Follow Your Passions (Catie Osborn)

Catie Osborn is the Entertainment Director of the GA Renaissance Festival, knows 99.7% of what there is to know about Shakespeare, and is adamant that we should do all the weird shit we think we might some day want to learn how to do.


Theatrical Humans are the Best at Being Human

Welcome to Find Your Light! This mini episode tells you what the heck this podcast is about, along with a Voices from the Ensemble segment, where we hear from listeners just like you! Host: Emily Stamets Composer: Jaclyn S. O'Connor Graphics: Tiffany Spence