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Ten Thousand Things Theater Podcast

Ten Thousand Things Theater Podcast

By Ten Thousand Things Theater
Ten Thousand Things Theater Podcast is a collection of stories and conversations with members of our Twin Cities and greater Minnesota community during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Based in the Twin Cities, Ten Thousand Things awakens the creative spirit of audiences and artists by bringing essential and exceptional theater to people from all backgrounds and life experiences.
Ten Thousand Voices: CORRECTIONS Episode 4, Shakopee
This episode includes the following pieces from the Minnesota correctional facility in Shakopee: 1. The Moment is Real by Alyssa  2.  How to Let Go of Bitterness by Nicole  3. Dear God by Tam  4. Letter to Someone Special by Alyssa  5. Life is a Mystery by Beverly  6. Heavy Love by Arlene  7. The First Thing by Beverly  8. How to Make Cookies by Cynthia
16:30
April 14, 2021
Ten Thousand Voices: CORRECTIONS Episode 3, Stillwater
This episode includes the following pieces from the Minnesota correctional facility in Stillwater: 1. the Big Bang by Pepi   2. The Expert by Gary   3. To My One and Only Son by William   4. How to Carburetor by Don   5. For the Seat of My Lament, PSYCHE by Steve
20:13
April 7, 2021
Ten Thousand Voices: CORRECTIONS Episode 2, Stillwater
This episode includes the following pieces from the Minnesota correctional facility in Stillwater: 1. A Second Chancy by Chad   2. My Beloved ty David   3. How To Railroad by Don   4. My Dearest Saki   5. Signs of Wear by Richard   
28:08
March 31, 2021
Ten Thousand Voices: CORRECTIONS Episode 1, Faribault & St Paul
This episode includes the following pieces from Minnesota correctional facility in Faribault and Ramsey county correctional facility in St. Paul: 1. The Moment is Now by Trenton   2. Chocolate Biscuits Essay by Will   3. How To Get Your Heart Broke by Warren   4. Dreams by Kennedy   5. Letter To Someone Special by Brooks   6. Tour Guide by Nicholas   7. True Struggle by Dustin   8. In Between by Stefan
24:60
March 25, 2021
Ten Thousand Voices: SENIORS episode 2
This episode includes the following pieces from Episcopal Homes of St. Paul, Cherrywood Pointe of Minnetonka, and Open Circle Adult Day Services throughout the Twin Cities: 1. Discovery and Dreams By Carol McClellan   2. This Moment is Pale by Carol Anderson   3. A Divine Ambush by Beautiful Moon Bringing Safety and Terror by Roy Dorn   4. A Letter to Someone Special by John Lawyer   5. Joel's Story by Martha Kerr
50:45
March 17, 2021
Ten Thousand Voices: SENIORS episode 1
This episode includes the following pieces from Episcopal Homes of St. Paul, Cherrywood Pointe of Minnetonka, and Open Circle Adult Day Services throughout the Twin Cities: 1. This Moment by Jeanne White 2. A Man Named Kado by Lena Brooks 3. Dance Cinquains by Mary Payne 4. Untitled by Shirley Thom & Iris Park 5. How to Bathe a Cat by Lyn Lawyer 6. Joyce's Journey by Cora R. Cromer 7. The Dream That Changed My Life by Nell Hillsley
38:55
March 5, 2021
Relationship Based Healthcare: Joel Gray with Kimberly Richardson
In this episode, Ten Thousand Things actor Kimberly Richardson interviews Twin Cites public health nurse Joel Gray.  Joel provides relationship-based healthcare to people experiencing homelessness in both clinic and outreach settings. 
25:51
May 12, 2020
Prenatal care in times of COVID-19, Maggie Pastarr with Marcela Lorca
Through this new series, we are looking to highlight stories from members of our community during this extraordinary and challenging times.  Ten Thousand Thing's Artistic Director Marcela Lorca interviews Certified Nurse Midwife Maggie Pastarr, for a conversation about prenatal care, birth and new practices arising during the Covid - 19 pandemic.
13:54
May 12, 2020
Humanity of the Arts - Kelli Foster Warder with Meghan Kreidler
In this episode Meghan Kreidler talks with Kelli Foster Warder, a local Twin Cities choreographer and Director of Education and Producing Associate at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. They discuss the power of live theatre, the importance of arts education, and the takeaways of being at home with family during these uncertain times.
12:37
May 12, 2020
Cultural Well-Being - Sarah Jane Keaveny with Meghan Kreidler
In this episode Meghan Kreidler chats with Sarah Jane Keaveny, a nurse who works at the intersection of mental health and homelessness. We discuss the challenges people experiencing homelessness are facing during the covid-19 pandemic, ways that people with access to resources can help, and the idea of cultural well-being.
16:02
April 25, 2020
Where Are You Right Now? - JuCoby Johnson with Meghan Kreidler
In this episode Meghan Kreidler chats with local Twin Cities actor and playwright JuCoby Johnson. They discuss navigating life as an artist during the Covid-19 pandemic. The episode concludes with a piece written during this time and shared by JuCoby himself.
13:17
April 25, 2020
Free to Go - Cate Whittemore with Marcela Lorca
Marcela Lorca talks to Minnesota based Visual Artist Cate Whittemore.  In early March 2020 Cate faces Covid-19 and recovers on her own during a work trip to the West Coast.
20:28
April 24, 2020