Thank You 10
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FAIR PLAY believes that a lack of parity onstage translates to a lack of educational opportunities for student actors and a lack of job opportunities for female professionals. Each episode highlights plays that offer more opportunities for women onstage in six minutes or less. Fair Play is an Ignition Arts Podcast created by Kate Brennan and Kristen Cerelli with Gregory DeCandia as the Producing Engineer.
DEVISING is an original podcast chronicling creation with two-part episodes offering a macro and micro exploration of the origins of innovative ideas. Creator and host Gregory DeCandia interviews theatre artists, educators, business professionals, activists and innovators to distill the perfect formula for new ways of working.
THANK YOU 10 is a three-part podcast that features intimate interviews with creative individuals on and off the stage, on and off the page, on campus and in the community. Thank You 10 pays homage to the standard practice of saying “thank you” to the calls a Stage Manager gives an actor prior to “places.” The podcast concludes each Thank You 10 mini-sode with a six-word story, an exercise attributed to Ernest Hemingway winning a bet. Challenged to write a story in less than ten words, Hemingway constructed: “For sale: baby shoes, never worn” in six.
The first two seasons of Thank You 10 chronicled the happenings of UNC-Chapel Hill's Joan H. Gillings Center for Dramatic Art with creator/host Gregory DeCandia. In 2016, students of the BA Theatre and Performance program, covered Oklahoma City University's School of Theatre for three seasons, and Season 6 covered the OKC arts scene.
BRENNAN BOOK BLOG
Always looking for the next book that will keep you up all night? Find it here on the Brennan Book Blog Podcast, a Faculty Feature on WOCU. Fiction, YA, fantasy, sci-fi, thriller, mystery, romance, paranormal, memoir. A podcast full of guaranteed page-turners to make you curse the clock and miss your stop. Kate Brennan is the creator/host, Daniel Etti-Williams serving as Producing Engineer, and Gregory DeCandia is the Executive Producer.