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.
Ten Thousand Things Theater is based in the Twin Cities. They bring lively, intelligent, professional theater to people with little access to the wealth of the arts – who in turn help their artists and traditional audiences re-imagine what theater can be.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.