In this Roundup, Tyler and Ian discuss holiday plays and more going on at theaters in NEO including Tailspinner Children's Theatre, Ohio Shakespeare Festival, Dobama, Case Western University, and more.
In this episode - from the offices of Ensemble Theatre - Tyler Whidden and Ian Hinz speak with Ines Joris from Spain on playing the Angel in Ensemble's upcoming "Angels in America, Parts One & Two." Ines has lived all over the world and talks about performing from London, England to Oxford, Mississippi. We also discuss how important "Angels" is today, given the current political climate, and just what is wrong with Portugal.
In this episode, Tyler and Ian discuss the opening of Eugene O'Neill's The Hairy Ape opening Friday November 17 at Ensemble. And, Tyler talks with actor James Rankin about working on Hairy Ape with Ian ... while Ian is away doing Directory stuff.
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This week on CSP, Tyler and Ian talk with Ensemble Artistic Director Celeste Cosentino who is directing Karamu's co-production of Rajiv Joseph's The Lake Effect playing through November 26 at Karamu. Tickets are available by calling Karamu or visiting KaramuHouse.org. Tyler and Ian also discuss some of the plays going on in Cleveland, while Tyler sings a few of his favorite Broadway songs.
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In this episode, Tyler and Ian discuss the Theatre Ninjas' show "Who We Used to Be," the Cleveland premier of Rajiv Joseph's "The Lake Effect" at Karamu, and Ian's upcoming production of Eugene O'Neill's "The Hairy Ape."
This week on CSP, Tyler and Ian discuss some great plays going on in Cleveland theaters including Dobama, Cleveland Public Theatre, French Creek, Chagrin Valley Little Theater, Beck Center, Blank Canvas, Theatre Ninjas, et all. They also discuss the jump writers are making from theater to television and the effect Netflix is having on how we get our ntertainment.
In this episode Tyler and Ian discuss Stagewrights' Workshop member Tom Frattare's "Mama/Moon" with the playwright and Ensemble General Manager Becca Moseley. Get a behind the scenes look at new play development at Ensemble, why Philip Seymour Hoffman partly inspired this new work about Mama Cass and Keith Moon, the cost of fame and addiction in Rock n' Roll, and if nudity works on stage.
In this most recent episode (6th installment) of The Cleveland Stage Podcast Tyler and Ian talk to the founders of Shahrazad Theatre Company about the need for more immersive theatre, founding their own theatre, and the upcoming premiere of their new adaptation of Bertolt Brecht's "The Caucasian Chalk Circle".
In the fifth installment of the Cleveland Stage Podcast, Tyler & Ian talk Lisa Kron's Well, in production at Ensemble Theatre, with two of the stars of the show, Brian Kenneth Armour and April Needham. Brian and April are two of the four ensemble members of the cast, playing themselves & several characters in the play directed by Celeste Cosentino.
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