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Stageworthy
#303 – Debashis Sinha & Maev Beaty

Stageworthy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 59:52


Maev Beaty and Debashis Sinha joined Stageworthy host, Phil Rickaby to talk about Necessary Angel's upcoming audio production of Roland Schimmelpfennig's play The Great Fire. Maev Beaty is a critically-acclaimed actor, writer and voice-over artist. She has originated roles in 23 Canadian premieres (Hannah Bunny, Kate Hennig's The Last Wife, Michael Healey's Proud and The Front Page, Judith Thompson's Palace of the End, Sharon Pollock's Angel's Trumpet); co-writing and starring in award-winning theatre (Secret Life of a Mother, Montparnasse, Dance of the Red Skirts); performing in ensembles of epic theatre endeavours (Sheep No Wool/Outside the March/Convergence's Passion Play, Nightwood's Penelopiad, Volcano's Another Africa, TheatreFront'sThe Mill); and interpreting lead classic roles across the country and over five seasons at the Stratford Festival (The Front Page, King Lear, She Stoops to Conquer, School for Scandal). She is a Toronto Theatre Critics' Award winner, three-time Dora Award winner and twelve-time Dora nominee in both performance and writing, referred to as “the excellent Maev Beaty” by the New York Times. Her film debut (Mouthpiece) was a Special Presentations Opening Film at 2019 TIFF. maevbeaty.com Instagram: @maevbeaty Twitter: @maevbeaty Debashis Sinha's creative output spans a broad range of genres and media, from solo audiovisual performance projects on the concert stage to the interior spaces between two headphones. Driven by a deep commitment to the primacy of sound, Sinha has developed his creative voice by weaving together his own experience as a 2nd generation south Asian Canadian, his training with master drummers from various world music traditions, a love of electronic and electroacoustic music and technology, and a desire to transcend the traditional expectations of how these streams might intersect and interact. debsinha.com Twitter: @sinhadeb Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/debsinha Necessary Angel Theatre Company is one of English Canada's most vital original creation and touring organizations. The company has a history of innovation and risk taking and engages theatre artists from a variety of disciplines in the creation of new work. An influential and original presence on the national and international theatre scene for over 40 years, the company has produced more than 60 productions, including 30 world premieres and 11 North American premieres. Work created by Necessary Angel has been nominated for and has won Governor General's Awards for Drama, Chalmers Awards for Outstanding New Play, and numerous Dora Mavor Moore Awards. www.necessaryangel.com Twitter: @necessaryangel The Great Fire: https://www.necessaryangel.com/the-great-fire

The Triskelion - The PURICA Podcast
A Family Business Passion Play: A Timeless Formulation That's Evolved with the Equine Industry

The Triskelion - The PURICA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 26:36


Dr. Reed's Formula is an iconic heritage brand that continues to improve the quality of life of working horses to equestrian and racehorses. PURICA Co-Founder Trevor Watkin talks about the rich legacy and the bright future for Dr. Reed's Formula.

Vernacular Verbose - A Jethro Tull Podcast
"A Passion Play" (1973) - Album Analysis/Review

Vernacular Verbose - A Jethro Tull Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 101:12


Joey and Eugene analyze A Passion Play, Jethro Tull's second single-piece opus.

Beyond Shakespeare
181: Exploring: N-Town, Plays 26 to 27 (Passion Play 1)

Beyond Shakespeare

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 117:08


Exploring: The N-Town Play, a slow burn look at a medieval Mystery (sort of) cycle. The N-Town Play comes to us as a single manuscript, but it's a compilation of various different sources - including elements from what looks like a cycle and various other large scale productions focusing on episodes from the Bible. The journey continues with plays twenty-six to twenty-seven - looking at the opening of the Passion sequence, or the opening of Passion Play 1. The Beyond Shakespeare Irregulars this episode were Francis Cox as Messenger, Apostolus One, Philip, Simon, Judas; Tamara Ritthaler as Caiaphas Second Doctor, Jacobus Minor, Pauper One, Gamalyel; Eric Karoulla as Caiaphas First Doctor, John, Thadeus; Alan Scott as Arfexe, Jesus; Daniel Yabut as John Baptist, Rewfyn, Cives Four, Andreas; Lynn Freitas as Annas, Cives One, Matheus; Aliki Chapple as Demon, Leyon, Pauper Two, Bartholomeus; Valentina Vinci as Caiaphas, Cives Two; Rachael Nicole as Annas First Doctor, Peter; Briony Sparrow as Annas Second Doctor, Burgensis, Cives Three, Magdalene. The host was Robert Crighton, who also read Thomas. There are various online and purchasable versions of these texts available - here's a good one, but is in the original middle English and might put you off - others should be hunted for to taste. Play texts start here: https://d.lib.rochester.edu/teams/text/sugano-n-town-plays-play-26-conspiracy-entry-into-jerusalem The Beyond Shakespeare Podcast is supported by its patrons – become a patron and you get to choose the plays we work on next. Go to www.patreon.com/beyondshakespeare - or if you'd like to buy us a coffee at ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/beyondshakespeare - or if you want to give us some feedback, email us at admin@beyondshakespeare.org, follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram @BeyondShakes or go to our website: https://beyondshakespeare.org You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel where (most of) our exploring sessions live (apart from N-Town) - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLa4pXxGZFwTX4QSaB5XNdQ The Beyond Shakespeare Podcast is hosted and produced by Robert Crighton.

BU Network
Akua Hinds - Passion Play

BU Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 40:38


Akua Hinds was born and raised in the Greater Toronto Area. Her parents hailed from Barbados, the West Indies. Akua graduated twice from Humber College with a Business Marketing diploma and a Journalism diploma, and she also holds level 10 Voice and level 10 Piano certificates from The Royal Conservatory of Music. Akua enjoys working as a business marketing owner, journalist, and performing artist. Akua owns 3 dating websites and a relationship products business, and she also creates media content, performs, and teaches. Connect with Akua: Webite: www.akuahinds.com Website: www.purepassion.biz Tw: @akuahinds IG: @akuahinds Subscribe & Review in iTunes Are you subscribed to our podcast? If you're not, we want to encourage you to do that today. We don't want you to miss an episode. We will be adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you're not subscribed there's a good chance you'll miss out on those too. Click here to subscribe in iTunes! Now if you're feeling extra lovin', we would be really grateful if you left us a review over on iTunes. Your review helps other people find our podcast and they're also fun for us to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you in advance! Music: Purple Planet Music

B.U. Network Podcast
Akua Hinds – Passion Play

B.U. Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 40:39


Akua Hinds was born and raised in the Greater Toronto Area.  Her parents hailed from Barbados, the West Indies. Akua graduated twice from Humber College with a Business Marketing diploma and a Journalism diploma, and she also holds level 10 Voice and level 10 Piano certificates from The Royal Conservatory of Music. Akua enjoys working as a business marketing owner, journalist, and performing artist.  Akua owns 3 dating websites and a relationship products business, and she also creates media content, performs, and teaches. Connect with Akua: Webite: www.akuahinds.com Website: www.purepassion.biz Tw: @akuahinds IG: @akuahinds Subscribe & Review in iTunes Are you subscribed to our podcast? If you're not, we want to encourage you to do that today. We don't want you to miss an episode. We will be adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you're not subscribed there's a good chance you'll miss out on those too. Click here to subscribe in iTunes! Now if you're feeling extra lovin', we would be really grateful if you left us a review over on iTunes. Your review helps other people find our podcast and they're also fun for us to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you in advance! Music: Purple Planet Music .bmc-btn { min-width: 210px; color: #FFFFFF !important; background-color: #5F7FFF !important; height: 60px; border-radius: 12px; font-size: 20px !important; font-weight: Normal; border: none; padding: 0px 24px; line-height: 27px; text-decoration: none !important; display: inline-flex !important; align-items: center; font-family: "Lato" !important; -webkit-box-sizing: border-box !important; box-sizing: border-box !important; } .bmc-btn-text { margin-left: 8px; display: inline; line-height: 0; } .bmc-btn svg { height: 32px !important; margin-bottom: 0px !important; box-shadow: none !important; border: none !important; vertical-align: middle !important; transform: scale(0.9); } .bmc-button img { box-shadow: none !important; vertical-align: middle !important; } .bmc-button { display: inline-block !important; padding:3px 10px !important; color: #FFFFFF !important; background-color: #5F7FFF !important; border-radius: 3px !important; border: 1px solid transparent !important; font-size: 20px !important; box-shadow: 0px 1px 2px rgba(190, 190, 190, 0.5) !important; -webkit-box-shadow: 0px 1px 2px 2px rgba(190, 190, 190, 0.5) !important; -webkit-transition: 0.3s all linear !important; transition: 0.3s all linear !important; margin: 0 auto !important; font-family: "Lato" !important; } .bmc-button: hover, .bmc-button: active, .bmc-button: focus { -webkit-box-shadow: 0 4px 16px 0 rgba(190, 190, 190, .45) !important; box-shadow: 0 4px 16px 0 rgba(190, 190, 190, .45) !important; opacity: 0.85 !important; color: #FFFFFF !important; } B.U. Network is 100% community supported.

Reel Fun Times
Passion Play

Reel Fun Times

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 93:44


Today, we have a movie so bad we had to have all the alcohol just to get through it. May we present, one of the worst films you've probably never even heard of, "Passion Play." The plot: well really, there is none, but we will do what we can here. Washed up musician meets a hottie with a body (and a set of home-grown wings) at a desert carnival. We've all been to one of those right? Tries to make shady deal with Bill Murray as a mobster, then attempts to evade said mobster. This is marketed as film noir, but David Lynch you ain't.   This movie has it... well, not a lot, but what it does have, it has in spades. Actors way too good for this nonsense, shitty art shows, a tinfoil cubicle, desert ninjas and Fred Flintstone's dream house. The ladies discover our Netflix queues are not the same, we absolutely refuse to stay on topic, decide to start getting kicked out of places, whatever it takes, and enjoy an Enrique Iglesias sing along. There's talk of vaginal wings, hear Snowy not be able to use her words, The Doctor takes TMNT too far, enjoy our abject disgust at adults using baby voices and allow us to impress you as we establish ourselves as surgical experts. All this and so much more on this week's Reel Fun Times.

Two Track Audio
Jethro Tull... taking photos with celebs

Two Track Audio

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 63:14


With hits like Aqualung and Locomotive Breath, Jethro Tull are one of the all time great prog rock bands. And yet, some of their most prominent works are not as popular as they deserve to be. Why? They are LONG! This time, Nick and Charles touch on Jethro Tull's career, and hone in on their Albums/Songs Thick As A Brick and A Passion Play. 

Two Track Audio
The Minutemen... this episode is short

Two Track Audio

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 8:52


The Minutemen made short songs. We only had a short amount of time at out disposal. So we decided, what more apt band to do a mini episode on than The Minutemen??Next time: Jethro Tull's Thick As A Brick and A Passion Play

USA Classic Radio Theater
Classic Radio Theater for April 21, 1944 Hour 3 - The Son of Man, A Passion Play

USA Classic Radio Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2021 49:23


The CBS Radio Workshop, originally broadcast on Easter Sunday,April 21, 1957, The Son of Man, a Passion Play. The words of the Passion and the resurrection are taken from the four gospels in the King James’s version of the bible. The music is the music of Bach. There are four speaking voices. Herbert Marshall reads the words of St Mark, those of St Matthew by Robert Young, St Luke by Victor Jory and St John by Vincent Price. Raymond Burr narrates. Also The Family Doctor from 1932, All Bets Are Off. Listening to horse races by radio leads Chick Harper astray.

The Songtopsy Report
Ep 170: The 2016 Passion Play Jukebox Musical (ft. Tyler Perry, Daughtry, Seal, & Jencarlos)

The Songtopsy Report

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 62:36


After teasing its existence a few episodes back, we go all-in on this baffling 2016 New Orleans large-scale musical production of the prolific Easter tradition. Apparently the only thing the story of the crucifixion of Jesus had been missing this whole time was questionable covers of early-2000 pop rock songs. And no, to answer your question up front, Tyler Perry does NOT insert himself into the narrative as Madea. Follow us on Podchaser! https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-songtopsy-report-1569260  

Super Saints Podcast
Jesus Dies on the Cross

Super Saints Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2021 29:23


Jesus Dies on the Cross"`If you're the Son of God, come down from that Cross.  Come down and we'll believe.'  Sure they will believe; they'll believe anything, just no Cross.  No mortification, no self-denial."  The shrill, piercing cry of the aging Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen ricocheted off the walls of the Church of St. Agnes, in New York City, on Good Friday, April 8, 1977.  He continued, "Many say `I'll believe anything!  I'll believe He's divine!  I will believe in His Church; I will believe in His pontiff, only no Cross! no sacrifice!'"Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen said "George Bernard Shaw said of the Cross; `It's that that bars the way.'  Sure it bars the way.  It bars the way to hell!"  Could Archbishop Sheen see what was coming upon him, and us, full steam?  Could he see the suffering, our Lord Jesus would have to undergo at the hands of those who claimed to love Him?  In his last years, when he gave his most powerful retreats to priests, did the Lord give him an insight into the real Agony Jesus suffered in the Garden, the real Agony He suffered on the Cross: the Agony of the great Apostasy, which would take hold so strongly in our Church towards the end of the Twentieth Century?  Is that why he cried out so painfully for his Lord, Who is tortured so terribly, by those who love Him?The walk to Calvary would have been devastating for anyone, but for Jesus, Who had received mortal wounds twice that day, from the crown of thorns, and again from the scourging He received from the Roman guards, it had to be pure agony!  By all that's right, He should have been mercifully dead before arriving at the top of this hill.Our Savior was stripped of His tunic.  He was thrown to the ground.  Nails - blunt, huge nails more like flat-head spikes were pounded into His Hands and Feet.  The pain was unbearable, but Jesus said yes with His silence.  [We were present at a Passion Play and the actor who played our Lord cried out in agony, as the soldiers pounded each nail into His Precious Body.]  Did You cry out, Jesus as they pierced Your Hands with nails - Hands that had healed, Hands that had reached out to love us, Hands that had welcomed sinners, Hands that had multiplied 5 loaves and 2 fish into enough food to feed close to 15,000 people on the Mount of Beatitudes?  Now they were nailing those Hands to a Cross!  No more would You heal us, love us, feed us.  Wrong!  Even as You were bleeding from the excruciating Wounds inflicted on Your Precious Hands, You were setting into motion the ongoing use of Your Hands through the anointed hands of Your Priests and Your faithful followers.  Oh Lord, "I adore the Wounds on Your Sacred Head with sorrow deep and true.  May every thought I have today be an act of love for You.""I adore the Wounds on Your Sacred Hands with sorrow deep and true.  May every work of my hands today be an act of love for You."I adore the Wounds on Your Sacred Feet with sorrow deep and true.  May every step I take today be an act of love for You."I adore the Wounds on Your Sacred Heart with sorrow deep and true.  May every beat of my heart today be an act of love for You." (Bob and Penny's beloved friend and former Pastor, Msgr. Thomas O'Connell, St. Jude's, Westlake Village, California, recites this prayer at every Mass during the Communion meditation.)More about the Sorrowful Mysteries https://bobandpennylord.store/search?q=sorrowfulSupport the show (https://bobandpennylord.store/pages/we-need-your-help)

Thanksgiving Day Concert Blast/Updates
He's Alive Passion Play opening night last night the 2nd night tonight

Thanksgiving Day Concert Blast/Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 7:54


He's Alive Passion Play opening night last night the second night tonight

Saint Agnes School
Episode 20: Divine Mercy Passion Play 2021

Saint Agnes School

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 31:16


Saint Agnes School is proud to share with everyone the 2021 Divine Mercy Passion Play performed by our 6th grade students. The narration and character voices were recorded on site under the direction of Mrs. Claire Bona over the past several weeks. Our students worked very hard and are proud to present to the Saint Agnes community the final production, assembled by Mrs. Bona, author of the original script. Normally, this annual event would have been performed during Holy Week for parents, teachers, and fellow students in the beautiful Helene Houle Auditorium. While it is not, sadly, the live performance with all our 6th graders, we hope that this recording inspires everyone to contemplate God's unfathomable Divine Mercy during the Triduum and Easter season! "Jesus, I trust in you!"

Kicking the Seat
Ep649: GODSPELL - Movie Review

Kicking the Seat

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021


Ian and Pat continue their not-quite-annual Easter tradition of talking about a religious-themed movie during Holy Week.1973's Godspell is the perfect cinematic allegory for two recovering Catholics who dig the message of Jesus without the pageantry and prognosticating of a church superstructure. Victor Garber stars as a hippie-era Messiah who recruits a diverse group of apostles in modern-day New York. Together they frolic through an empty Big Apple, singing and acting out spiritual teachings that awaken new ways of seeing the world--in each other and in the one who assembled them.The guys break down the history of Godspell (which had a "dueling asteroid movie" relationship with Jesus Christ Superstar); examine director David Greene's scrappy and sparse aesthetic, and make a case for this being one of the most effective representations of the Passion Play ever filmed.Show Links:Watch the Godspell trailer.Listen to Ian and Pat discuss Kevin Smith's Dogma on the Kicking the Seat Podcast. Keep up with Pat at HollywoodChicago.com.Subscribe to, like, and comment on the Kicking the Seat YouTube channel!

Thanksgiving Day Concert Blast/Updates
It's the week of The He's Alive Passion Play opening Wednesday night at 7pm.

Thanksgiving Day Concert Blast/Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2021 6:46


It's the week of He's Alive Passion Play opening Wednesday night at 7pm

Rise and Shine with Robbo & Becci
Moogerah Passion Play - Bernard Wright - 26 Mar 2021

Rise and Shine with Robbo & Becci

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 5:54


Robbo & Becci were joined by Bernard Wright, who shared details for this year's Moogerah Passion Play... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Thanksgiving Day Concert Blast/Updates
Passion play scene rehearsals

Thanksgiving Day Concert Blast/Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2021 10:52


Passion play scene rehearsals

The Bible Binge
Pilate

The Bible Binge

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2021 48:47


Before we wash our hands of all the drama of Season 12, join us for our villainous season finale in which we unpack Pontius Pilate. We all know him as the sealer of Jesus’ fate, but is there more going on than what we can see depicted in an Easter season church play? Join us as we explore that classic tension of choosing less drama over justice while also being responsible for fulfilling a prophecy of eternal significance. This final villain just may turn out to be the most relatable character yet. MENTIONSBiblical Text for the Story: Luke 23:1-25Wait, what is a Passion Play? Flashback: “We should totally just stab Caesar!”Listen: Season 12, Episode 5: HerodiasListen: Season 10, Episode 5: JudasStudy: Cultural Backgrounds Study BibleWhere else is this story? Matthew 27:11-31 | Mark 15:1-15 | John 18:28-19:16Celebrity Friendship Crush: Chrissy Tiegan | Twitter | CookbooksMusic Break: Best FriendSeminary Extra Credit: Helen BondPronunciation: Pontius PilateLearn: Pilate’s Wife, Saint Procla Archaeology Corner: Pilate Stone | Copper RingLearn: What is the difference between the Pharisees, Sadducees, and Essenes?Apocryphal Outcast: The Book of the Cock Biblical Showtunes: Jesus Christ SuperstarWatch: What we know about Pontius PilateGENTLE REBUKEOur resident Bible scholar Erin Moon offers a gentle rebuke at the end of every episode. Erin is a Bible study editor and Senior Creative/Producer of The Popcast Media Group from Birmingham. Find her on Instagram.BIBLE BINGE SEMINARYOur Patreon supporters can get full access to this week’s Bible Binge Deep Dive. Become a partner.SHOW SPONSORSCru: For only $21 a month, you can provide three people with Bibles each and every month. When you sign up to provide 3 Bibles a month for $21, as a thank you, we will provide meals to five hungry families through our humanitarian aid ministry. Go to give.cru.org/TheBibleBinge to help today.THE POPCASTCheck out our other podcast: The Popcast with Knox and Jamie. It's a weekly show about pop culture where we educate on the things that entertain but don't matter. Here is our suggested Popcast starter playlist.THE BIBLE BINGE BULLETINSign up for our brand new edition of The Bible Binge Bulletin, a monthly newsletter featuring exclusive content curated by your trusted Bible Binge team. Sign up here!Follow The Bible Binge on Socials: Instagram| Twitter| Facebook

Thanksgiving Day Concert Blast/Updates
Concert special for passion play podcast

Thanksgiving Day Concert Blast/Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 5:10


Concert special for passion play podcast

Thanksgiving Day Concert Blast/Updates
He's Alive Passion Play schedule and dates and concert specials and times

Thanksgiving Day Concert Blast/Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 13:44


He's Alive Passion Play schedule and dates and concert specials and times

The Travel Show
The Travel Show: Hawaii Fun Facts, Cruising Updates, and the Oberammergau Passion Play!

The Travel Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2021 89:01


The Travel Show: Hawaii Fun Facts, Cruising Updates, and the Oberammergau Passion Play!

Talk Tull to Me
Outtake Tull To Me - 3

Talk Tull to Me

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021 25:12


You can find the Talk Tull to Me schedule here.Talk Tull to Me is a proud part of the Feckless Momes Audio Network.Art credit: Burton SilvermanMusic credits: “A Passion Play” & “Pan Dance” - Jethro Tull

The Kuhner Report
Newt Gingrich Calls the Impeachment Trial a Passion Play

The Kuhner Report

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 40:58


DaUnknownAdmin Podcast
DJ SMOOTH ONE – FREESTYLE GEMS

DaUnknownAdmin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2021 34:09


DJ SMOOTH ONE - Freestyle Gems Freestyle Gems Smooth Version:00. Back In The Day Intro as Teens01. Naif "Can't Stop The Love"02. Maribel "Roses Are Red"03. Pulse "Lover That You Are" (Matalent x Pulse Remix)04. The Girls Club "I Lost The Love"05. Joey Gold "Devil In My Heart"06. Hithouse "I Don't Know"07. Tomax "Regrets Only"08. Rene' "Trying Not To Cry"09. Donna Marie "Runaway Love"10. Spirit Matter "Betrayal"11. Soraya "I Never Loved You"12. Heidi Mathis "Tables Turn"13. Passion Play "Baby Can't You See"14. Felix "Leave It All Behind"

BIG Truths of Small Business
Ep 24 - Motorcycle Racer Runs a Passion Play Business – Interview with Tim Morris of ValuCycle

BIG Truths of Small Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2020 75:11


Tim Morris, owner of ValuCycle in Conyers, GA, unveils his story from Emory University, to Physician's Assistant (P.A.) to Motorcycle Racer to Motorcycle Shop Ownership. Learn how one man positioned himself and his business for lifestyle as Joe and Travis uncover the strategies we all need to strive for in our small business. Check out all of our podcasts at https://yesirent.com/podcast.

Break it Down
Culture Night Special: Cork Literature with Cónal Creedon

Break it Down

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2020 57:40


Happy Culture Night! We are so delighted to be bringing you this two-part Culture Night Special focusing on Cork writers and how their home city influences their writing. On this episode, Holly and Hilary are joined by the quintessential Cork writer, Conal Creedon, the critically acclaimed novelist, playwright and documentary maker. Cónal is best known for works such as Passion Play, Pancho and Left Ride Out, The Second City Trilogy - the list goes on! It was an absolute pleasure to be joined by Conal; he chats about his perspective on Cork’s writing scene, the creative outcome of the Covid19 pandemic and his views on embracing change. Bain taitneamh as do Oíche Chultúir!

The Revisionists
Flashback! FWPH: We Watched a terrible Movie with bill murray that wasn't garfield!

The Revisionists

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2020 65:52


Brian is tending to a sick cat, so no new episode this week. We'll be back in two weeks with more timely medical history! In the meantime, enjoy this episode of the First World Privilege Hour, our late, lamented podcast with friend of the show Pat Medaugh. We watched the awful Bill Murray, Megan Fox, Mickey Rourke movie Passion Play, which I had to google Passion Play Movie Mickey Rourke to find. We recorded this in 2011 when the world was better and we, as individuals, were worse. Enjoy!

SHIPS: The Vessels for a Meaningful Life
Giving People A Map To Get Lost with Jim Calder: Episode 118

SHIPS: The Vessels for a Meaningful Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2020 55:49


Jim Calder, Head of Movement at NYU Tisch Graduate Acting Program, joins us in this episode of Relate. Jim talks to us about his career and why we must honor our sense of play. We discuss why, as actors, we must be tremendously attentive and how our habits can become extremely dangerous. Jim also hits home why we must explore the unexploreable and the key difference between experiencing and explaining in acting. Please visit https://tisch.nyu.edu/about/directory/grad-acting/101386120.html to learn more about Jim. Jim Calder is the Head of Movement at New York University Tisch Graduate Acting Department. He is the winner of the David Payne Carter Excellence in Teaching Award and Artistic Director of La Pietra Summer Theatre Festival in Florence, Italy. Jim has directed at various locations in New York City including the Lincoln Center Institute, Pearl Theatre, Classic Stage Company, The Public, New York Theater Workshop and HERE. Jim was movement and creative consultant for the upcoming film ‘Silent Retreat” on ‘Pericles’ at Berkeley Rep, ‘Passion Play’ by Sarah Ruhl and has served as movement director on Broadway for ‘Therese Raquin’ staring Keira Knightley. Jim has performed at The Old Globe, P.S. 122, and throughout Europe. He was the lead actor and creative consultant in PBS’s ‘Noddy & Friends’. Jim trained and performed under the direction of Jacques LeCoq in numerous TV specials in France. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/relate-patrick-mcandrew/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/relate-patrick-mcandrew/support

Travel Talk Weekly
Two Amazing Europe Trips for 2022

Travel Talk Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2020 14:47


042 - If you are the type of person who likes exclusive travel experiences then you are in the right place. On this show, Rob and Kerri share two exclusive European vacations that only happen every 10 years. You'll learn about a trip to Oberammergau, Germany to see the Passion Plays. This is an event that happens only ever 10 years as a promise made to God by the townspeople during the bubonic plague back in the 1600's. The first Passion Play was performed in 1634 and the town has continued the tradition every 10 years since. And there is a great travel itinerary which includes priority seating for this experience plus some options to also enjoy travel either by river or land around the region. And the second trip is one that also only happens every 10 years, and that is the Floriade Expo in the city of Almere located in the Netherlands. If you love horticulture and learning about sustainable living, you will enjoy this experience. Then when you pair the expo with a river cruise you can have a very exclusive and memorable vacation. Our preferred river cruise provider for this experience is AmaWaterways. And if you are smart, you could plan your trip around the Tulip time in Amsterdam and other parts of the Netherlands. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE EXPO HEREAnd if you would like help planning your next adventure, we would love to help you.Remember, never stop exploring. -----------------------------------This show is sponsored by Creating Magic Vacations. For your domestic or international trip, let us help you plan a done for you vacation. Reach out to Rob and Kerri here.

Talk Tull to Me
A Passion Play - "Magus Perdé's drawing room at midnight"

Talk Tull to Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2020 54:49


Album 6 - A Passion PlayYou can find the Talk Tull to Me schedule here.Talk Tull to Me is a proud part of the Feckless Momes Audio Network.Art credit: Burton SilvermanMusic credits:“Bourée” - Jethro Tull”Freebird” - Lynyrd Skynyrd”Ne Me Quitte Pas” - Jacques Brel”Countdown” - Beyonce”This Train” - Peter, Paul, and Mary”One Way Ticket to Hell” - The Darkness”Dpn’t Fear the Reaper (Re:Imagined) - Winter + Denmark

Talk Tull to Me
A Passion Play - "The business office of G. Oddie & Son (two days later)"

Talk Tull to Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2020 47:08


Album 6 - A Passion PlayYou can find the Talk Tull to Me schedule here.Talk Tull to Me is a proud part of the Feckless Momes Audio Network.Art credit: Burton SilvermanMusic credits: “Bourée” - Jethro Tull

Talk Tull to Me
A Passion Play - "The Story of the Hare Who Lost His Spectacles"

Talk Tull to Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2020 42:42


The tour video for A Passion Play.Album 6 - A Passion PlayYou can find the Talk Tull to Me schedule here.Talk Tull to Me is a proud part of the Feckless Momes Audio Network.Art credit: Burton SilvermanMusic credits: “Bourée” - Jethro Tull

Faith Matters: The Church Program
Faith Matters - Oberammergau Passion Play - The Plague and Covid-19

Faith Matters: The Church Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2020 26:06


The history of the Oberammergau Passion Play reaches back to the seventeenth century, when a plague known as the Black Death swept through Europe. In 1633 the residents of this Bavarian village vowed to present a play depicting the suffering and death of Jesus Christ every ten years if they were spared extinction. Oberammergau has kept its word for more than 400 years.

Talk Tull to Me
A Passion Play - "The Memory Bank — a small but comfortable theatre with a cinema-screen (the next morning)"

Talk Tull to Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2020 56:24


Album 6 - A Passion PlayYou can find the Talk Tull to Me schedule here.Talk Tull to Me is a proud part of the Feckless Momes Audio Network.Art credit: Burton SilvermanMusic credits: “Bourée” - Jethro Tull

RISK!
I Don’t Know How to Love Him!

RISK!

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2020 13:00


A Classic RISK! Singles episode. A story that Melanie Hamlett first shared on the podcast in September of 2014 about an unforgettable Passion Play.

Talk Tull to Me
A Passion Play - "Ronnie Pilgrim's funeral — a winter's morning in the cemetery"

Talk Tull to Me

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2020 57:19


Album 6 - A Passion PlayYou can find the Talk Tull to Me schedule here.Talk Tull to Me is a proud part of the Feckless Momes Audio Network.Art credit: Burton SilvermanMusic credits: “Bourée” - Jethro Tull

Interviews with Innocence
IANDS NDE Radio Host Lee Witting Shares His Story and the Lessons He Learned Along the Way.

Interviews with Innocence

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2020 46:14


Lee Witting is host of the podcast NDE Radio, which he founded six years ago. He recently retired after 15 years as chaplain at Eastern Maine Medical Center, and continues to pastor a congregation at the Union Street Brick Church in Bangor, Maine. Before starting NDE Radio for the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) he served as their Publicatons Director.  Lee’s interest in NDEs began as a child, when he drowned in a lake near Branchville, NJ. In his Fall, 2010 editorial in the IANDS’ quarterly, Vital Signs, Lee wrote, “My body was under water, but I opted out of the tunnel and the light for a perch high in a tree, watching as my mother, who’d heard me scream, ran from the cottage, dived in, and dragged my body from the water.  Remarkably, she threw me face down over a log and pumped on my back (as she told me later, to get the water out of my lungs).   In the process, the log did an upside-down CPR, compressing my heart, and got me going again.  And then I was back in my body.” Lee went through Presbyterian Sunday School before being raised Catholic, when his mother converted to that religion.  At Columbia University he minored in Eastern Studies, and developed a deep interest in Buddhism.  After college he worked two jobs – primarily for New York City’s Dept. of Welfare as a caseworker in Harlem.  With money they saved, Lee, his wife and young son boarded a coal freighter bound for Germany, and spent nine months living in a VW camper, touring churches and pagan sites in Europe, and following crusader routes through the former Yugoslavia, Turkey, Syria, Jordan and Lebanon – winding up in Jerusalem before returning to Europe and the U.S. Back in the US, Lee worked as an editor of one academic and three business publications in Philadelphia.  As members of the Society of Friends, the family marched in Washington DC and New York, protesting the Vietnam War and supporting Civil Rights.  In 1973, the family moved to an old, abandoned farmhouse in midcoast Maine.  While restoring the farm, they raised goats, pigs and chickens, and sold their home-grown vegetables at a roadside stand.  Lee helped start and edit an organic gardening magazine for Maine called Farmstead, and later, to supplement his income, opened a real estate office and published/edited a weekly newspaper, The Castine Patriot.  During that time, he also served as a volunteer EMT on a local ambulance. Lee earned an MA degree in theater and creative writing at the University of Maine, before earning a master of divinity degree at Bangor Theological Seminary.  In 1998, Lee and his second wife, Charlene, were able to purchase an historic Bangor church and convert it to a working church theater, where open mic nights and several plays, including an annual Passion Play, have been produced by Charlene. While working as hospital chaplain, he returned to the seminary part-time to earn a doctorate in near-death studies in 2010.  Lee’s radio experience began at Columbia University’s WKCR-FM in New York, and later continued in a six-year run of “Earthtones,” a WERU-FM community radio program he hosted, which was devoted to Native American and Eastern religious chant – along with weekly NDE stories from the files of IANDS.  Lee’s podcast, found at nderadio.org, is dedicated primarily to interviews with near-death experiencers, and offers more than 325 archived shows for those interested in first-hand accounts of NDEs.

Where R.A. Now?
Season 2; Episode 42. FFIR Special 2 w/ co-host David Hollander (FFIR)

Where R.A. Now?

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2020 33:35


Daniel Spector is a theater teacher, director, and acting coach. He is a Distinguished Teacher Tisch, where is also director of The Classical Studio. He is a member of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab and is an alumnus of the Broadway Theatre Project. He has served as a consultant to PBS on matters Shakespearean, moderated Artist Talks at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, led workshops and spoken at numerous conferences around the world, and produced many readings of new plays. A frequent collaborator in the classroom, he has taught with Alec Baldwin, Louis Scheeder, and Tim Carroll. Lynne Haney is a Professor of Sociology and Director of the Law and Society program. She also serves as Faculty Director of Curricular Innovation and Diversity in CAS. She has been at NYU for 22 years, coming here straight out of graduate school at UC Berkeley. She teaches courses in Research Methods, Sex and Gender, and Law/Punishment--and has directed the Presidential Scholars Prague group for over 14 years. Her research has taken her into the welfare and prison systems in both the United States and Eastern Europe. She has published four books and co-edited three book collections. She is currently finishing a new book on the intersection of mass incarceration and child support enforcement--and how it shapes men’s lives as fathers. Jim Calder is the Head of Movement at Tisch Graduate Acting Department, winner of the David Payne Carter Excellence in Teaching Award - Tisch School of the Arts. Artistic Director of La Pietra Summer Theatre Festival – Florence, Italy, Directed works in New York City at Lincoln Center Institute, Pearl Theatre, Classic Stage Company, with workshop presentations at The Public, New York Theater Workshop and HERE. Jim has been a movement consultant on Pericles at Berkeley Rep, (Director Mark Wing-Davey), Passion Play by Sarah Ruhl (Director Mark Wing-Davey) and Therese Raquin staring Keira Knightley, (director Evan Cabnet) on Broadway. Jim has performed at The Old Globe, P.S. 122, and through out Europe with Treato De La Grappe. He was the lead actor and creative consultant in PBS’s Noddy & Friends TV. Jim trained at Ecole Jacques and performed under the direction of Jacques LeCoq in numerous TV specials in France. Joan Harmon is a visual artist and art professor at CUNY.

Come To Where I'm From The Joseph Arthur Podcast
Episode #83: William Fitzsimmons

Come To Where I'm From The Joseph Arthur Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2020 136:04


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USA Classic Radio Theater
Classic Radio Theater for April 21, 2020 Hour 3 - The Son of Man

USA Classic Radio Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2020 49:27


The CBS Radio Workshop, originally broadcast on Easter Sunday,April 21, 1957, The Son of Man, a Passion Play. The words of the Passion and the resurrection are taken from the four gospels in the King James’s version of the bible. The music is the music of Bach. There are four speaking voices. Herbert Marshall reads the words of St Mark, those of St Matthew by Robert Young, St Luke by Victor Jory and St John by Vincent Price. Raymond Burr narrates. Also The Family Doctor from 1932, All Bets Are Off. Listening to horse races by radio leads Chick Harper astray.

Amazing World of Radio
AWR0109: CBS Radio Workshop: Son of Man (Easter Old Time Radio)

Amazing World of Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2020


A Passion Play produced by Herbert Marshall featuring the voices of Marshall, Robert Young, Victory Jory, and Vincent Price as well as the music of Bach. O Read more ...

Deconversion Therapy
Easter is Closed. And So Is Hobby Lobby.

Deconversion Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2020 53:10


Crazzzy times. Hope all our listeners are doing well as we head into an Easter of empty pews. Who'd of thought?  This week Bonnie starts yet another segment. This one is called "People Who Can Suck It."  We come in with a little Easter info and memories, slide into the saga of Hobby Lobbys defying the law of the land (3 times), and finish off with some hilarious Passion Play fails. Find us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/deconversiontherapy/. And don't forget to send in your funny church stories to be read on the pod. https://deconversiontherapypodcast.com/contact/

Too Jewish
Too Jewish - 3/29/20 - Rabbi David, Ph.D

Too Jewish

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2020 55:01


Rabbi David, Ph.D, fixing the Anti-Semitism of Oberammergau’s Passion Play.

Inspired Proficiency
Passion, Play & Proficiency with Gale Stafford

Inspired Proficiency

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 58:21


Play Inspired Trivia with Wayside here: https://waysidepublishing.com/inspired Gale Stafford and Ashley discuss their presentation from ACTFL about bringing play and student interests into our teaching.Also includes Sarah Breckley's game segment and Julie's calm tip.  Detailed notes to be published soon at www.deskfree.wordpress.com Presentation slides are here: tinyurl.com/y4wwpou2 

Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine
Episode 183 - Dominic Fumusa Live at Notre Dame University

Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2020 47:58


Dominic Fumusa is best known for playing "Kevin Peyton" opposite Edie Falco on Showtime's acclaimed show "Nurse Jackie" which ran for seven seasons from 2009-2015. Fumusa's extensive theater experience includes originating roles in the NY premieres of Sarah Ruhl's Stage Kiss and Passion Play, Richard Greenberg's Tony Award winning Take Me Out (NY and London), Melissa James Gibson's Obie Award winning [sic] and Stephen Belber's plays The Power of Duff, Fault Lines and Tape (NY, London and Los Angeles). His Broadway debut was in the 1998 revival of Wait Until Dark opposite Marisa Tomei and Quentin Tarantino. Select regional theater credits include numerous plays at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, the Stratford Festival in Canada, the Huntington Theater in Boston, the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC and the Humana Festival at the Actors Theater of Louisville. Fumusa's film work includes playing the real life hero John "Tig" Tiegen in this year's 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi directed by Michael Bay. Last year Fumusa appeared opposite Will Smith and Margot Robbie in the romantic comedy Focus. Other film work includes Allegiance, Helena from the Wedding, Management and Little New York. Other television work includes upcoming recurring roles on "Homeland" (Showtime) and "Taken"(NBC). He has also had numerous guest and recurring roles on such shows as "Blue Bloods," "Elementary," "Person of Interest," "Damages," "Sex and the City," "The Sopranos," "Bones" and many others. Fumusa earned his BA in Government from Lawrence University in Appleton, WI in 1991 and his MFA in Acting from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1994. He lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife, actress and producer Ilana Levine, and their two children, Georgia and Caleb. 

The Stoop Storytelling Series

This week on the podcast, two stories about the thrills — and threats — of turning something you love into a way to get paid.

The Patrick Coffin Show | Interviews with influencers | Commentary about culture | Tools for transformation

Come to Germany with me and Fr. Willy to see the Passion Play in Oberammergau. For more information: www.patrickcoffin.media/pilgrimage For more videos follow me on YouTube Follow me on Facebook ******************************************************* Very few journalists who are practicing Catholics are willing to honestly tackle the corruption in the Church by naming names, digging until the truth is unearthed, confronting bad guys, making antagonists squirm. This is what George Neumayr does, chiefly as a correspondent for The American Spectator, but elsewhere as a freelancer. He has gone after the DC Swamp (Catholic Edition) for some years now, telling the true, often horrifying, story of malfeasance and other forms of corruption (sexual and financial) among priests and prelates in what he describes as the epicenter of the priestly abuse scandal that first broke nationally in Boston 2002, with ongoing tremors to this day. Neumayr is doing what the official Catholic establishment media won’t do. His work is a testament to the power one man can have when writing the truth.   SUBSCRIBE AND RATE THIS PODCAST. THANK YOU

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If you enjoy this podcast please Subscribe and Review. It helps us! You can also subscribe to the YouTube channel and get notified each time we go live or post a new show episode.  Join me in Germany to see the Passion Play at Oberammergau. Go HERE. *******************************************************   Sometimes outsiders behave like insiders and vice versa. Agnostic Jewish author and critic David Horowitz has collected an awful lot of important social and historical information and put it all in one place: his new book Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America. Why defend Christian America from her enemies—many of them liberal Jews at the forefront of radical movements? Because, inter alia, Horowitz is a recovering liberal radical himself and he knows the targets of his book and their rabid agenda very well.   For the rest of show notes and other episodes go to: www.patrickcoffin.media