January 20th, 2020 | Season 2 | 1 hr 7 mins
civil war, gender studies, history, lavender men, lgbtq, lincoln, los angeles, playwrights, queering dramaturgy
Our first episode recorded in the Seattle studio! Playwright Roger Q. Mason joins us from his home in Los Angeles -- close enough to my old place that we totally could have recorded together in person if I just had a short-term time machine. And on the topic of time machines, we also had a slight technical glitch, which I think Andy patched so seamlessly that you won't even notice [your short trip to 1980]!
January 6th, 2020 | Season 2 | 1 hr 7 mins
american shakespeare center, anne morgan, civil war, dramaturgy, repertory, shakespeare, shakespeare's new contemporaries, staunton, theater, theater history, theatre, theatre history, virginia
We did it! We started Season 2! Holy Crap! Anne Morgan with the American Shakespeare Center talks Shakespeare's New Contemporaries, dramaturgy for new plays at a classical theatre, and what the deal is, if any, with Staunton's vomiting vultures.