If you want to participate in racial reconciliation, "become a storyteller yourself."
In this episode, Patrick interviews Wake County Teacher, Matt Scialdone, and his students KaLa and Abby, who provide wonderful insight into the play, the history of lynching in Wake County, and their own beliefs about truth and reconciliation.
"Blood at the Root" runs September 27 - October 13, 2019, at Raleigh Little Theatre.
On this pod, Patrick speaks to the entire D'ySquith Family about the recent discovery that Monty Navarro is a member of their family and in line to become Earl. He also sits down to talk to Brian Westbrook about what makes working on a comedy so much fun, the beauty of the music in the show, and how this show features the work of so many volunteers at RLT!
On this bonus episode of the podcast, Patrick Torres talks to Mickey Rowe, the first actor with Autism to play the role of Christoper in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. They talk about Mickey's experience in the show, how to make theatre more inclusive, and discuss Mickey's latest project - the National Disability Theatre.
For the first episode of our 2019/2020 season, Teens on Stage Participants, Laura Lillian Baggett and Brynna Rosenberg joined Patrick Torres (Artistic Director) to produce the podcast in support of our upcoming production of "Antigone." Get an inside look at the play from Dramaturge, Sara Thompson and hear how Valerie Pesot (Antigone) and David Snee (Creon) manage to tackle their iconic roles.
"Antigone" runs from July 19-28, 2019. SHOW DETAILS: https://raleighlittletheatre.org/shows/antigone/
In this episode, Artistic Director, Patrick Torres, interviews Jesse Farmer (Pippin) Deanna Richards (Leading Player), and Rebecca Johnston (Berthe) about their experience as cast members of Pippin, their perspectives on Pippin's journey, and how this production was conceptualized. And in the end, Patrick gets personal.
SHOW DETAILS: https://raleighlittletheatre.org/shows/pippin/
In this episode, Patrick talks to Jeremy Skidmore, his long time friend and director of RLT's production Ken Ludwig's Baskerville. They talk about Jeremy's journey away from and back to North Carolina and dive into his work on Baskerville, including his decision to cast women as Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson. They also uncover the mystery of a Rhino Leap.
Artistic Director, Patrick Torres, and Executive Director, Charles Phaneuf, talk about the shows in Raleigh Little Theatre's 2019/2020 Season: Now and Then. Hear about the shows in our upcoming season, the reasons we picked these shows, and discover the joy of our brand new area premiere air horn.
Director Rebecca Blum talks about her vision for the production and her personal connection to the play. Dramaturge, Sara Thompson, gives insight into the historical context of the play and why it is called a "problem play".
”Measure for Measure” opens Friday, Jan 11 and runs til Jan 27. TIX: https://raleighlittletheatre.org/shows/measure-for-measure/
Adult Education Classes are the focus of this episode of the RLT podcast. Patrick Torres interviews Pam McClure, a frequent class member, and Jess Barbour, one of our Adult Teaching Artists, about the benefit, fun, and excitement of registering for a class.
#UpcomingShow: ”Cinderella” opens this Friday, Nov 30 and runs til Dec 16. TIX: https://raleighlittletheatre.org/shows/cinderella/
In this episode, Patrick Torres reveals big news about changes in the Costume Shop. Vicki Olson and Jenny Mitchell join him to talk about Vicki's history with the theatre, the future of the shop, and some details on the creative process behind the “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” costumes.
"The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" Opens Friday:
Discover the magic and mystery of Aslan, the great lion, his struggle with the White Witch, and the adventures of four children who inadvertently wander into an old wardrobe. ”The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” opens this Friday, Oct 19 and runs for two weekends. Tickets: https://raleighlittletheatre.org/shows/the-lion-the-witch-and-the-wardrobe/
RLT's Artistic Director, Patrick Torres, talks with Director, Amy White, and Dramaturge, Sara Thompson about RLT's upcoming production of The Revolutionists by Lauren Gunderson. They discuss the themes of the play, talk about women in revolution, and how the play is relevant to the women who are leading the resistance today.
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