We bring you true stories, interviews, legends, and tales of wisdom from our ancient artists' ancestors, the working artists of the past and from the modern working artists of today, and how they made it, played it, and created, against all odds.
A helpful talk and guide to apply for local and state grants for artists. Also an interview with Victoria Kappel / DEC grants coordinator for Broome , Otsego and Chenango counties .For grant information visit earlvilleoperahouse.com or to contact Victoria : firstname.lastname@example.org
the Drama of Till's later life and it's hilarious conclusion are revealed in this the final episode of the series . Confrontations with the powerful elite often turned into daring escapes as he narrowly avoids capture and punishment . At the end of his career he settles and sets up shop as a fortune teller revealing more to his customers than they ever expected .
Till arrives at Marburg Castle and begins his training as a jester under the tutelage of "Joachim the Great". This is where he learns and hones the performing skills needed to work as a professional jester throughout the Low Lands from 1317- 1350.
A Theater Artist and a Musician bring their show to Graterford prison. to kick off a 15 day Residency. It was a harrowing first performance that would change their lives forever. Special guest musician Tony Miceli adds to his story with an original synth and vibe performance and an interview after the podcast