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The Subtext
The Subtext: Eric Reyes Loo Is Earnest and Eager

The Subtext

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023


This month Brian talks to playwright and screenwriter Eric Reyes Loo about his educational and familial journeys, and the elusive definition of success.

Thereafter
071 - Shannon TL Kearns | On Queer Theology and an Expansive History of Queerness

Thereafter

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 85:30


Today's episode is one we've been excited to release for awhile. Cortland and Meghan chat with Shannon TL Kearns. A former fundamentalist who became the first openly transgender man ordained to the Old Catholic priesthood, Shannon TL Kearns believes in the transformative power of story. As an ordained priest, a playwright, a theologian, and a writer all of his work revolves around making meaning through story. He is the co-founder of QueerTheology.com. His first book In the Margins: A Transgender Man's Journey With Scripture just released from Eerdmaan's books. He started and led Uprising Theatre Company for 6 years. Shannon is a Humanitas New Voices Fellow for 2022 and was a recipient of the Playwrights' Center Jerome Fellowship in 20/21 and he was a Lambda Literary Fellow for 2019 (in playwriting) and 2022 (in screenwriting) and a Finnovation Fellow for 2019/2020. He is a sought after speaker on transgender issues and religion as well as a skilled facilitator of a variety of workshops. His work with Brian G. Murphy at QueerTheology.com has reached more than a million people all over the world through videos, articles, and online courses and community. You can also follow Shannon on Twitter at @shannontlkearns or Instagram at @shannontlkearns. Please also consider supporting Shannon's work through Patreon at http://www.patreon.com/shannontlkearns As usual, if you want to jump straight to the interview you can head to 14:57. If you enjoy listening to the show, please consider heading over to apple podcasts to rate and review us. If you really enjoy the show, we would love to see you in our Patreon.com/ThereafterPod! Also, look for us on social media and shoot us a message to say hello, join our Discord server, or chat with us in Twitter spaces on Tuesday mornings in deconstruction coffee hour! Twitter: @ThereafterPod, @CortlandCoffey, @ThePursuingLife Instagram: @ThereafterPodcast, @CortlandCoffey, @ThePursuingLife

Premiere the Play
Call for Submissions for Season 4!

Premiere the Play

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 2:36


Calling all Playwrights! Submissions are now open for our 2024 Season... Find out more at https://deanproductionstheatre.com/get-involved/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dptc/support

The Subtext
The Subtext: How Vichet Chum Measures Success

The Subtext

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022


This month Brian talks to Vichet Chum, writer of 'Bald Sisters' at Steppenwolf, about how Texas's competitive culture shaped him and about how his Cambodian American parents feel about his work.

Brooklyn Free Speech Radio
Consider It Blacklit: The Writing Team of Marian: The Musical

Brooklyn Free Speech Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 27:13


Host Kim Singleton discusses MARIAN, an original musical, with the play's writing team. Elkin Antoniou G, Chelsea Marie Davis, Emily Ruth Hazel, Caleen Sinnette Jennings and Victoria Theodore discuss their journey in creating the musical about the iconic opera singer Marian Anderson. The play is being directed by Tamara Tunie.

Broadway & Beyond w/ Bryan-Keyth Wilson
Black Playwrights Roundtable #saveaintnomo

Broadway & Beyond w/ Bryan-Keyth Wilson

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 72:01


Broadway and Beyond is back! Check us out this Sunday with our Black Playwright Roundtable as we talk about getting work produced and #saveaintnomo. Is Broadway really ready for this conversation on Black theatre and how to market our work? LET'S TALK ABOUT IT! Special guests include: Brian Egland Shae Marie Tamiykah White Robert King Jr. ShaWanna Renee Rivon Cris Eli Blak

The DTALKS Podcast - Detoxing from Life
Episode 232 - In the Margins (ft. Shannon T.L. Kearns)

The DTALKS Podcast - Detoxing from Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 60:24


What might the Biblical story of Jacob's relationship with Esau look like if we examined it through the lens of generational trauma dating all the way back to Isaac on the altar? Or how might the story of Joseph resonate if we thought about it in context to Jacob's relationship with his mom?  These are but a few of the stories Shannon T.L. Kearns examines in his book: "In the Margins: A Transgender Man's Journey with Scripture." In this book Shannon takes the reader through his life story to this point and compares key moments with classic bible stories you may be familiar with. Listeners, this episode was a treat for me. Having double majored in both Theology and Theatre I was thrilled to read these classic stories with a fresh perspective and I know you'll be eager to hear Shannon's perspectives! Enjoy! About Shannon T.L. Kearns A former fundamentalist who became the first openly transgender man ordained to the Old Catholic priesthood, Shannon TL Kearns believes in the transformative power of story. As an ordained priest, a playwright, a theologian, and a writer all of his work revolves around making meaning through story. He is the co-founder of QueerTheology.com. His first book In the Margins: A Transgender Man's Journey With Scripture just released from Eerdmaan's books. He started and led Uprising Theatre Company for 6 years.    Shannon is a Humanitas New Voices Fellow for 2022 and was a recipient of the Playwrights' Center Jerome Fellowship in 20/21 and he was a Lambda Literary Fellow for 2019 (in playwriting) and 2022 (in screenwriting) and a Finnovation Fellow for 2019/2020. He is a sought after speaker on transgender issues and religion as well as a skilled facilitator of a variety of workshops.    His work with Brian G. Murphy at QueerTheology.com has reached more than a million people all over the world through videos, articles, and online courses and community.    Check out his patreon - http://www.patreon.com/shannontlkearns   About 'In the Margins' Father Shannon Kearns is familiar with liminal spaces. He's lived in them his whole life. And while his experience as a transgender man has often made it difficult for him to fit in—especially in the context of Christianity—it has also shaped his perspective in important ways on complicated, gender-transgressing aspects of theology and Scripture.  In the Margins weaves stories from Shannon's life into reflections on well-known biblical narratives—such as Jacob wrestling with the divine, Rahab and the Israelite spies, Ezekiel and the dry bones, and the transfiguration of Jesus. In each chapter, Shannon shows how stories have helped him make sense of his own identity, and how those same stories can unlock the transformative power of faith for those willing to listen with an open mind and stand alongside him in the in-between.   Make sure to check out the NEW Dtalkspodcast.com website! Thanks to Empire Toys for this episode of the podcast! Nostalgia is something everyone loves and Empire Toys in Keller Texas is on nostalgia overload.   With toys and action figures from the 70's, 80's, 90's, and today, Empire Toys is a one-stop-shop for a trip down memory lane and a chance to reclaim what was once yours (but likely sold at a garage sale)   Check out Empire Toys on Facebook, Instagram, or at TheEmpireToys.com AND Thanks to Self Unbound for this episode of the podcast: Your quality of life: physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually, is a direct reflection of the level of abundant energy, ease, and connection your nervous system has to experience your life!    At Self Unbound, your nervous system takes center stage as we help unbind your limited healing potential through NetworkSpinal Care.    Access the first steps to your Unbound journey by following us on Facebook, Instagram, or at www.selfunbound.com   The DTALKS Podcast has also been ranked #9 in the "Top 40 Detox Podcast You Must Follow in 2020" according to Feedspot.com for our work in the Cultural Detox space. Thank you so much to the Feedspot team!  https://blog.feedspot.com/detox_podcasts/  

Consider It Blacklit
A discussion with the writing team of MARIAN the musical

Consider It Blacklit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 27:15


Host Kim Singleton discusses MARIAN, an original musical, with the play's writing team.  Elkin Antoniou G, Chelsea Marie Davis,  Emily Ruth Hazel, Caleen Sinnette Jennings and Victoria Theodore discuss their journey in creating the musical about the iconic opera singer Marian Anderson. The play is being directed by Tamara Tunie.

New Books in Literature
Richard Fulco, "We Are All Together" (Wampus Multimedia, 2022)

New Books in Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 28:02


Today I talked to Richard Fulco about his novel We Are All Together (Wampus Multimedia, 2022). Stephen Cane is a guitarist – he's already walked out on one band to join another one that subsequently falls apart. He gets himself to New York City to try to rejoin his first band, the one headed by his best friend and former bandmate, Dylan John. It's 1967, drugs and girls are everywhere, Dylan is on the verge of becoming a rock n' roll star, and Stephen makes some extremely poor choices. When Dylan quits just before a big show, Stephen is given a huge opportunity, but it doesn't take long before he starts making more bad decisions. He's in turmoil, as is the entire country, and his choices in love and loyalty cause him to spiral into self-doubt. Is being a rock star worth losing everything he holds dear? Richard Fulco's first novel, There Is No End to This Slope (Wampus Multimedia) was published in 2014. He received an MFA in playwriting from Brooklyn College where he was the recipient of a MacArthur Scholarship. His plays have either been presented or developed at The New York International Fringe Festival, The Playwrights' Center, The Flea, Here Arts Center, Chicago Dramatists and The Dramatists Guild. Richard's one-act play Swedish Fish was published by Heuer Publishing and his stories, poetry, interviews and reviews have appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Failbetter, Across the Margin, Fiction Writers Review and American Songwriter (among others). Richard is a member of the Pen American Center where he is also a mentor in the Prison Writing Mentorship Program. For six years, he wrote about music on his blog, Riffraf. He teaches creative writing and English at an independent high school in New Jersey. Richard interviews writers for his “5 Questions” series at www.richardfulco.com. When he's not writing and teaching, Richard is playing basketball with his twins, Chloe and Connor, watching the Mets play, riding the Peloton bike, or listening to vinyl. G.P. Gottlieb is the author of the Whipped and Sipped Mystery Series and a prolific baker of healthful breads and pastries. Please contact her through her website (GPGottlieb.com). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature

New Books Network
Richard Fulco, "We Are All Together" (Wampus Multimedia, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 28:02


Today I talked to Richard Fulco about his novel We Are All Together (Wampus Multimedia, 2022). Stephen Cane is a guitarist – he's already walked out on one band to join another one that subsequently falls apart. He gets himself to New York City to try to rejoin his first band, the one headed by his best friend and former bandmate, Dylan John. It's 1967, drugs and girls are everywhere, Dylan is on the verge of becoming a rock n' roll star, and Stephen makes some extremely poor choices. When Dylan quits just before a big show, Stephen is given a huge opportunity, but it doesn't take long before he starts making more bad decisions. He's in turmoil, as is the entire country, and his choices in love and loyalty cause him to spiral into self-doubt. Is being a rock star worth losing everything he holds dear? Richard Fulco's first novel, There Is No End to This Slope (Wampus Multimedia) was published in 2014. He received an MFA in playwriting from Brooklyn College where he was the recipient of a MacArthur Scholarship. His plays have either been presented or developed at The New York International Fringe Festival, The Playwrights' Center, The Flea, Here Arts Center, Chicago Dramatists and The Dramatists Guild. Richard's one-act play Swedish Fish was published by Heuer Publishing and his stories, poetry, interviews and reviews have appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Failbetter, Across the Margin, Fiction Writers Review and American Songwriter (among others). Richard is a member of the Pen American Center where he is also a mentor in the Prison Writing Mentorship Program. For six years, he wrote about music on his blog, Riffraf. He teaches creative writing and English at an independent high school in New Jersey. Richard interviews writers for his “5 Questions” series at www.richardfulco.com. When he's not writing and teaching, Richard is playing basketball with his twins, Chloe and Connor, watching the Mets play, riding the Peloton bike, or listening to vinyl. G.P. Gottlieb is the author of the Whipped and Sipped Mystery Series and a prolific baker of healthful breads and pastries. Please contact her through her website (GPGottlieb.com). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Theatre Theater
S3 Ep51: Curtain Call 3: From the 3rd Dimension

Theatre Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 85:51


Here's what to expect when you're expecting... to listen to this... (SORRY! We've got baby on the brain! listen to find out why): 1: Local Theatre Talk 2: New Marvel Movie: Discussion 3: Cate Blanchet's TAR: Dissection 4: Listener Question: Disseminate 5: Ranking the Playwrights of Season 3 6: TOP TEN PLAYS of Season 3 7: LA Theatre SPOTLIGHT 8: Good-bye

The Subtext
The Subtext: Kimber Lee Isn't Cagey About Her Process

The Subtext

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022


This month Brian talks to the author of 'tokyo fish story' and 'brownsville song (b-side for tray)' about panic, curiosity, and the earned laughs average.

American Theatre's Offscript
Offscript: How Is This Time for Jews Onstage Different From All Others?

American Theatre's Offscript

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022


A conversation with Joel Grey, Tovah Feldshuh, Caissie Levy, Michael Arden, and Bess Wohl about portrayals of Jewishness and antisemitism on New York stages.

Follow Your Joy Podcast by Marla Diann
Ep #23: Storytelling about the underserved voices in culture inspires the most joy for this longtime theater producer/director

Follow Your Joy Podcast by Marla Diann

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 45:17


You are in for a treat. My dear longtime friend, Jon Lawrence Rivera, has been in the live theater world as an Artistic Director for over 30 years. What sustains him that long? I'll give you a hint: the endless possibilities of creating something magical, which theater is known for. He's always been interested in theater, but didn't think it was a sustainable path when he was younger. Getting connected and traveling with the entertainment group Up with People in 1981, Jon realized that he could, in fact, do whatever he wanted as he set his mind on it. Be fearless is his motto. His passionate plea for storytelling about the underserved voices in culture soon had a stage when he created Playwrights' Arena in 1992 to focus on LA-based playwrights and uplift BIOPIC stories. Jon finds his ultimate joy in connecting humanity through his artistic vision of diversity. Visit www.playwrightsarena.org – IG: @directorrivera – FB: Jon Lawrence Rivera Enrollment is now open for my OWN YOUR GENIUS ZONE 7-week course kicking-off January 18 for the new year! Early rate ends on Dec 1. All details, go to www.marladiann.com/geniuszone I'd love to know your takeaways! Connect with me on IG @marla_diann. Would appreciate a 5-star review on Apple. For even more inspiring life, business and entrepreneurial resources, go to www.marladiann.com/free  

CBC Newfoundland Morning
An award for being a change-maker in theatre. Santiago Guzman is the first-ever recipient of the John Palmer Award from Playwrights Guild of Canada

CBC Newfoundland Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 11:44


Newfoundland and Labrador's Santiago Guzman has won a national award for being a change-maker in theatre. Guzman is a writer, performer, director and producer, and is graduate in Theatre Arts at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University. St. John's is home for him now, and he's the founder and artistic director of Todos Productions. Now, Guzman is also the first-ever recipient of the John Palmer Award from Playwrights Guild of Canada.

Upstage Left | Intimate Conversations with New York Theater
An Interview with Actor & Playwright: Daniel K. Isaac

Upstage Left | Intimate Conversations with New York Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 50:34


Daniel K. Isaac is a very busy man! So we were especially excited that he made the time to chat with us. In this episode Rachel & Daniel discuss:the upcoming 2022-23 theater season and the Asian theater-makers on stage!how he turned a 2 line role on Billions into 72 episodes and counting being the only children of single, immigrant mothers (and how they humble us)It was truly a delight to chat with Daniel. Not only is he incredibly prolific, but he's also such a graceful and lovely human. Is there a more soothing voice you could listen to for 50 minutes? We think not.Check him out in Noah Diaz's You Will Get Sick currently playing at Roundabout Theatre Company, and catch him any time on Showtime's Billions.----Intro music by: David HilowitzSupport the show

The New Yorker Radio Hour
The Playwrights Suzan-Lori Parks and Martin McDonagh, Live at The New Yorker Festival

The New Yorker Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 32:57 Very Popular


This year's New Yorker Festival featured two conversations with renowned playwrights: Suzan-Lori Parks and Martin McDonagh. Parks, the first African American woman to receive the Pulitzer Prize for drama, sat down with the staff writer Vinson Cunningham. “The marketplace is telling us that Black joy is what sells,” she said. “I'm very suspicious about what the marketplace wants me to create because I know in my experience where real Black joy resides—and sometimes that's in the place where there might be some traumatic thing that also happened.” A revival of Parks's groundbreaking play, “Topdog/Underdog,” just opened on Broadway.  And McDonagh, who is out with a new film, “The Banshees of Inisherin,” spoke with Patrick Radden Keefe. “The Banshees of Inisherin” traces the story of a friendship breaking apart in the beautiful, remote hills of western Ireland. “I just wanted this [movie] to be sort of plotless in a way,” McDonagh said. “Just to have the unravelling of this breakup be what the whole story was about.”

The Subtext
The Subtext: Spenser Davis Wants to Be Part of Something Big

The Subtext

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022


This month Brian talks to the busy writer-director about his background, the supportiveness of Chicago's theatre scene, and his penchant for large-cast plays.

Persistent and Nasty
Sara Shaarawi

Persistent and Nasty

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 63:58


Today Elaine and Louise chat with the brilliant playwright Sara Shaarawi. They chat Sara's new play Sister Radio which is touring Scotland right now and is a co-production between Stellar Quines and Pitlochry Theatre . The play is about Sisters Fatemeh and Shirin have been living together, in the same flat in Edinburgh, for 43 years. In this flat they cook, read their coffee grains, listen to the radio, and try to remember their childhoods in Tehran but they no longer talk to one another. When a global pandemic hits and the sisters are locked in their flat, they are forced to reckon with their memories of a betrayal that changed the course of their relationship. The trio also discuss the lack of visible and vocal support from the theatrical community regarding the events in Iran We as Persistent and Nast know we need to do more and wish to make a call out to our theatres in Scotland to discuss what we can do to help. Sara Shaarawi A playwright from Cairo, based in Glasgow. Sara has received development support from the National Theatre of Scotland, Creative Scotland, Playwrights' Studio Scotland, the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Edinburgh International Festival. Has had her work read at the Tron Theatre (Glasgow), Traverse Theatre (Edinburgh), Village Pub Theatre (Edinburgh), Platform (Easterhouse), Rich Mix (London) and the CCA (Glasgow), and I've had plays produced internationally in Germany, South Africa and Uganda. In 2017, she began to take on producing projects, most notably project managing the Arab Arts Focus showcase at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and partnering with the Workers Theatre to crowdfund and create Megaphone, a new bursary aimed at supporting artists of colour based in Scotland. Sara was Executive Director of Highlight Arts between 2019 -2021 and often work as an administrator for small film festivals in Glasgow. In 2021, her first play Niqabi Ninja was produced by Independent Arts Project (Edinburgh) in association with Hewar Company (Alexandria), it opened at Shubbak Festival in London, followed by a Scotland-wide tour and a run at the Edinburgh International Festival. Twitter: @StellarQuines Instagram: @stellarquines PLANNED PARENTHOOD DONATE DONATE ABORTION SUPPORT NETWORK UK ASN.COM- DONATE LINKTREE P&N Linktr PayPal https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/persistentandnasty for those who can donate. A million thanks and love. Resources https://www.samaritans.org/?nation=scotland http://www.rapecrisisscotland.org.uk/ https://rapecrisisni.org.uk/ https://rapecrisis.org.uk/ https://www.artsminds.co.uk/ https://www.bapam.org.uk/ https://freelancersmaketheatrework.com/sexual-violence-support-services/ Stonewall UK Trevor Project Mermaids UK Switchboard LGBT+ GATE WeAudition offer: For 25% off your monthly subscription quote: NASTY25 Backstage Offers: Get a free 12 months Actor Subscription: https://join.backstage.com/persistentnasty-uk-12m-free/

Theater Forward
Most Produced Playwrights in America, 22-23

Theater Forward

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 28:07


American Theatre Magazine has released its list for the first time in two years, and we break it all down. FYI the #1 most-produced title is shared by a playwright we are partnering with in spring of 2023... 

American Theatre's Offscript
Offscript: Most-Produced With Lynn Nottage & Lauren Gunderson

American Theatre's Offscript

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022


On this episode we broke the news that Nottage's 'Clyde's' will be the most-produced play of the season, then welcomed her and fellow prolific scribe Gunderson on to talk shop.

The Subtext
The Subtext: Callie Kimball's Maine Event

The Subtext

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022


In this episode, Brian talks to a longtime friend and colleague about her circuitous path from and back to the Pine Tree State, and what that journey has meant for her as a writer.

Play On Podcasts
Bonus - Episode 1 - Lezlie Cross Interview

Play On Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 10:09


Lezlie Cross takes us on a tour of the good, the bad, and the ugly things going on in England at the time when Shakespeare wrote HENRY V. Spoiler alert: Playwrights usually outlast actors. Especially ones who insist on ruining good endings with bad jigs! The Play On Podcast series, “HENRY V”, was translated into modern English verse by LLOYD SUH, and directed by KRISTA WILLIAMS.  The Cast is as follows: STEVEN BOYER as PISTOL ANDY LUCIEN as BARDOLPH (and others) COLLEEN WERTHMAN as EXETER (and others) JEFF BIEHL as CONSTABLE BRITTANY KATHRYN ALLEN as GOWER (and others) SOCORRO SANTIAGO as HOSTESS (and others) PACO TOLSON as DAUPHIN (and others) LLOYD SUH as CHORUS and WILLIAMS BOBBY MORENO as KING HENRY THE FIFTH BRAD BELLAMY as FLUELLEN NIKKI MASSOUD as KATHERINE, BOY (and others) JORDAN BARBOUR as KING OF FRANCE (and others) Casting by THE TELSEY OFFICE: KARYN CASL, CSA, and ADA KARAMANYAN. Voice and Text Coach: JULIE FOH Episode scripts were adapted and produced by CATHERINE EATON.  Original Music Composition, Sound Design and Mix by SHANE RETTIG. Sound engineering by SADAHARU YAGI. Mix Engineer and Dialogue Editor: LARRY WALSH and ROBERT McNABB. Podcast Mastering by GREG CORTEZ at New Monkey Studio. Coordinating Producer: TRANSCEND STREAMING (KYRA BOWIE and LEANNA KEYES). Script Supervisor: JORDAN MOORE. Managing Producer: ROBERT CAPPADONA. Executive Producer: MICHAEL GOODFRIEND. The Senior Manager of Business Operations and Partnerships at Next Chapter Podcasts is SALLYCADE HOLMES. The Play On Podcast Series “HENRY V” is produced by NEXT CHAPTER PODCASTS and is made possible by the generous support of THE HITZ FOUNDATION. Visit N C PODCASTS DOT COM for more about the Play On Podcast Series. Visit PLAY ON SHAKESPEARE DOT ORG for more about Play On Shakespeare. Hear more about the Play On Shakespeare Podcast series by listening to bonus content at N C PODCASTS DOT COM, where you'll find interviews with the artists, producers and engineers who brought it all to life. And remember: “St. Crispian's Day” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Soundstage
Bonus! VAPOR TRAIL by Ken Urban

Soundstage

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 57:21


This week we're so happy to bring you a full length audio play written, directed, and produced by our friends and frequent collaborators Ken Urban, Dan Kluger, and Knud Adams. It premiered at the 2022 Tribeca Festival as part of their Audio Storytelling program, and we're so pleased to be able to re-release and amplify it here for you, our Soundstage audience! Enjoy! At a chance meeting at the farmers market, two strangers find a connection rooted in their own unspeakable tragedies. The evening they spend together becomes an encounter they can't forget. Written by Ken Urban Directed by Knud Adams Audio Produced and Mixed by Daniel Kluger Starring Maulik Pancholy and April Matthis Recorded by Noel Nichols Edited by Noel Nichols and Christian Frederickson Foley by Daniela Hart Additional Sound Design by Christian Frederickson Produced by John Albert Harris Original Music by Daniel Kluger and Occurrence To listen to the music from Vapor Trail, the soundtrack is available here: https://occurrencemusic.ffm.to/vaportrail VAPOR TRAIL premiered at the 2022 Tribeca Festival as part of their Audio Storytelling program and it was developed at the Playwrights' Center in Minneapolis, MN during the 2020-21 season. VAPOR TRAIL was made possible thanks to the support of the d'Arbeloff Fund, the DeFlorez Fund and the SHASS Research Fund from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Change the Story / Change the World
Episode 56: Pillsbury House + Theatre - Chapter 2

Change the Story / Change the World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 27:33 Transcription Available


This is the second chapter of the Pillsbury House + Theatre story. At the corner of George Floyd Square & the Pandemic, PH+T is breaking the community development mold using the power of the arts & culture to stimulate community health, ownership & justice. https://change-the-story-chan.captivate.fm/episode/episode-55-pillsbury-house-theater (Missed Chapter 1? Go To CSCW EP 55, Pillsbury House + Theater Chapter 1) BIO'sSigne V. Harriday is Artistic Producing Director at Pillsbury House + Theatre. Signe is a fierce visionary and powerful storyteller who crafts theatre that awakens our individual and collective humanity. As a director, multidisciplinary artist, activist, and facilitator, she uses theatre as a catalyst to ask questions about who we are and who we are in relation to each other.Past accomplishments include: Associate Company Member of Pillsbury House Theatre. Co-founder of Million Artist Movement, a collective of artists committed to Black liberation. Co-founder of the award-winning synchronized swimming team, The Subversive Sirens. Founder of Rootsprings Coop, a retreat center for BIPOC artists/activists/healers. Co-founder of MaMa mOsAiC, a women of color theater company whose mission is to evoke positive social change through female centered work. Core team member of REP Community Partners. Signe earned her MFA in Acting at the Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at the American Repertory Theatre at Harvard and Moscow Art Theatre. Current projects: Director of Bridgforth's bull-jean stories, Associate Director of Octavia E. Butler's Parable of the Sower Opera, Choreography for Love of Silver Water, Playwright for Dysmorphia. Recent directing credits: Dining with the Ancestors, Fannie Lou Hammer Speak On It, Hidden Heroes Noël Raymond is the Co-Artistic Managing Director at Pillsbury House + Theater. Noël holds an MFA in Acting from the University of Minnesota and a BFA from Ithaca College in New York. She currently serves on the Boards of Directors of the Multicultural Development Center and the Burning House Group Theatre Company which she co-founded in 1993. She is also a company member of Carlyle Brown and Company. She has taught acting classes and theatre movement in multiple settings to children, college students and adults with developmental disabilities.   Noël is an Equity actor who has performed with Pillsbury House Theatre, the Burning House Group, the Guthrie Theater, Penumbra Theatre, Bryant Lake Bowl, and Minnesota Festival Theatres in Minnesota as well as the Hangar Theatre in New York. Noël's directing credits include Underneath the Lintel, An Almost Holy Picture, Far Away, Angels in America: Parts I and II, and [sic] at Pillsbury House Theatre, From Shadows to Light at Theatre Mu, The BI Show with MaMa mOsAiC, and multiple staged readings and workshops through the Playwrights' Center, among others. Noël has served on numerous panels including TCG/American Theatre, the Minnesota State Arts Board, the Playwright's Center and United Arts, to name a few. Mike Hoyt: Mike is a visual artist and Pillsbury's Creative Community Liason. For nearly twenty years he has been producing, managing, and directing arts-based community development projects and youth development programs, while making his own art in his community. Creating and facilitating unique shared experiences that connect diverse and often non traditional art audiences drive his art practice. Hoyt's work has been exhibited locally and abroad at the Seoul Olympic Museum of Art, Arts At Marks Garage in Honolulu, University of Hawaii Art Gallery, Pillsbury House + Theatre, Soap Factory, Soo Visual Arts Center, Intermedia Arts, Franconia Sculpture Park, Art Shanty Projects, and the Walker Art Center among others. He has received awards from the Minnesota State Arts Board, a Northern Lights.mn Art(ists) on the Verge Fellowship, a Jerome...

Into the Fire at Burning Coal Theatre
EPISODE 90: Lucy Jane Atkinson

Into the Fire at Burning Coal Theatre

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 30:19


Lucy Jane Atkinson talks about her role as director for the world premiere of A GREAT BIG WOOLLY MAMMOTH THAWING FROM THE ICE.   Time Stamps: Intro, 0:00 Lucy's Recent Projects 0:48 How she gets it done 5:26 On working with Tatty 7:28 Working on new v. Old works 9:32 Lucy's process working with actors  10:57 Working with Playwrights 19:50 Working on Great Big Woolly Mammoth 25:40 Outro 29:27

American Theatre's Offscript
Offscript: Molly Smith and the Next Revolution

American Theatre's Offscript

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022


On this episode we talk to the outgoing (in all senses) artistic director of Washington, D.C.'s Arena Stage as she enters her 25th and final season.

Change the Story / Change the World
Episode 55: Pillsbury House + Theater - Chapter 1

Change the Story / Change the World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 42:44 Transcription Available


Pillsbury House + Theater is a groundbreaking “new model for human service work that recognizes the power of the arts and culture to stimulate community participation, investment and ownership.” This is the first of two PH+T chapters. BIO'sSigne V. Harriday is Artistic Producing Director at Pillsbury House + Theatre. Signe is a fierce visionary and powerful storyteller who crafts theatre that awakens our individual and collective humanity. As a director, multidisciplinary artist, activist, and facilitator, she uses theatre as a catalyst to ask questions about who we are and who we are in relation to each other.Past accomplishments include: Associate Company Member of Pillsbury House Theatre. Co-founder of Million Artist Movement, a collective of artists committed to Black liberation. Co-founder of the award-winning synchronized swimming team, The Subversive Sirens. Founder of Rootsprings Coop, a retreat center for BIPOC artists/activists/healers. Co-founder of MaMa mOsAiC, a women of color theater company whose mission is to evoke positive social change through female centered work. Core team member of REP Community Partners. Signe earned her MFA in Acting at the Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at the American Repertory Theatre at Harvard and Moscow Art Theatre. Current projects: Director of Bridgforth's bull-jean stories, Associate Director of Octavia E. Butler's Parable of the Sower Opera, Choreography for Love of Silver Water, Playwright for Dysmorphia. Recent directing credits: Dining with the Ancestors, Fannie Lou Hammer Speak On It, Hidden Heroes Noël Raymond is the Co-Artistic Managing Director at Pillsbury House + Theater. Noël holds an MFA in Acting from the University of Minnesota and a BFA from Ithaca College in New York. She currently serves on the Boards of Directors of the Multicultural Development Center and the Burning House Group Theatre Company which she co-founded in 1993. She is also a company member of Carlyle Brown and Company. She has taught acting classes and theatre movement in multiple settings to children, college students and adults with developmental disabilities.   Noël is an Equity actor who has performed with Pillsbury House Theatre, the Burning House Group, the Guthrie Theater, Penumbra Theatre, Bryant Lake Bowl, and Minnesota Festival Theatres in Minnesota as well as the Hangar Theatre in New York. Noël's directing credits include Underneath the Lintel, An Almost Holy Picture, Far Away, Angels in America: Parts I and II, and [sic] at Pillsbury House Theatre, From Shadows to Light at Theatre Mu, The BI Show with MaMa mOsAiC, and multiple staged readings and workshops through the Playwrights' Center, among others. Noël has served on numerous panels including TCG/American Theatre, the Minnesota State Arts Board, the Playwright's Center and United Arts, to name a few. Mike Hoyt: Mike is a visual artist and Pillsbury's Creative Community Liason. For nearly twenty years he has been producing, managing, and directing arts-based community development projects and youth development programs, while making his own art in his community. Creating and facilitating unique shared experiences that connect diverse and often non traditional art audiences drive his art practice. Hoyt's work has been exhibited locally and abroad at the Seoul Olympic Museum of Art, Arts At Marks Garage in Honolulu, University of Hawaii Art Gallery, Pillsbury House + Theatre, Soap Factory, Soo Visual Arts Center, Intermedia Arts, Franconia Sculpture Park, Art Shanty Projects, and the Walker Art Center among others. He has received awards from the Minnesota State Arts Board, a Northern Lights.mn Art(ists) on the Verge Fellowship, a Jerome Visual Artist Fellowship, and a McKnight Visual Artist Fellowship. Hoyt has the added benefit of raising a family three blocks from PH+T and is honored to have the opportunity to engage local...

This Is Not Church Podcast
In The Margins: A Conversation With Father Shannon Kearns

This Is Not Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 69:55


In this episode we chat with Father Shannon Kearns. Shannon TL Kearns is a transgender man who believes in the transformative power of story. As an ordained priest, a playwright, a theologian, and a writer all of his work revolves around making meaning through story. He's the co-founder of QueerTheology.com, which has reached more than a million people all over the world through videos, articles, and online courses and community. He was the founder and Artistic Director of Uprising Theatre Company in Minneapolis. Shannon is a recipient of the Playwrights' Center Jerome Fellowship in 20/21 and he was a Lambda Literary Fellow for 2019 and a Finnovation Fellow for 2019/2020.  You can connect with Father Shannon on: Facebook     Twitter     Instagram     TikTok Find all things Father Shannon Kearns related at his website Check out the website for Queertheology.com You can buy Shannon's book on Amazon.com You can connect with This Is Not Church on: Facebook     Instagram      Twitter     TikTok     YouTube Also check out our Linktree for all things This Is Not Church related Each episode of This Is Not Church Podcast is expertly engineered by our producer The Podcast Doctor Eric Howell. If you're thinking of starting a podcast you need to connect with Eric!

American Theatre's Offscript
Offscript: Daniel K. Isaac and the Tales We Tell

American Theatre's Offscript

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022


On this episode we talk to actor/playwright Daniel K. Isaac about his epic new play 'Once Upon a (Korean) Time' and about the untold histories that inspired it.

Tanked! with Roz & MF
39 - Don't Do This to Us

Tanked! with Roz & MF

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 26:47


Tanked is back! MF is joined by playwright Stephanie Swirsky and director Tasha Gordon-Solmon to discuss the new Tank Co-Production, "Don't Do This To Us". Catch "Don't Do This to Us" at the Tank now through Aug 28.

American Theatre's Offscript
The Subtext: Where Madeline Sayet Belongs

American Theatre's Offscript

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022


This month Brian talks to the writer/performer of 'Where We Belong,' inspired by her experiences as a Native person loving, studying, then questioning Shakespeare.

The Subtext
The Subtext: Where Madeline Sayet Belongs

The Subtext

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022


This month Brian talks to the writer/performer of 'Where We Belong,' inspired by her experiences as a Native person loving, studying, then questioning Shakespeare.

American Theatre's Offscript
Offscript: How Aya Ogawa Writes on Bodies in Space

American Theatre's Offscript

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022


After our July break, we return for an interview with the writer-director-performer of 'The Nosebleed.'

More Than A Muse
Minnie Pearl: A Country Comedy Darling

More Than A Muse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 41:45


This week,  Sadie introduces us to a Nashville country icon, Minnie Pearl. A significant character of comedic history, Pearl was a fixture at the Grand Ole Opry (and the first solo female member) for more than 50 years and was the first female comedian inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. She also starred for a short time on a country television show and even had a short stint in the fried chicken business. Her small childhood town served as inspiration for her stage persona and her frilly dress with a price tag hanging from her floral floppy hat became an instantly recognizable symbol.Episodes to check out after this one: Betty White, Working 9 to 5, Patsy Cline, Women in Country MusicWant to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast

More Than A Muse
The History & Exploitation of The Hula Girl

More Than A Muse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 43:18


You may think you know what Hula is, but you might want to rethink your concept of it. From its origins as a spiritual practice for Hawaiian culture, the Hula has been used by tourism to exploit and promote a "Hula girl" image that is in real life not accurate at all. We talk about the history of this dance as an art form and cultural tradition and discuss the exploration and misperceptions of the "hula girl" that was created by tourism and capitalism. It's everything from mythology to misogyny and how we can be better advocates and tourists in Hawaii.Misperceptions of the Hula Girl by Noah DolimEpisodes to check out after this one: The Political Power of Dance, Margaret Keane,  Anna May WongWant to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast

Upstage Left | Intimate Conversations with New York Theater
An Interview with TV, Stage, & Film Actor: Didi O'Connell

Upstage Left | Intimate Conversations with New York Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 54:55


In this episode, Rachel speaks with veteran TV, stage, and film actor: Deirdre O'Connell. Didi is the 2022 Tony Award winner for Best Actress in a Play for her portrayal of Dana Higginbotham in Lucas Hnath's Dana H. She is also the recipient of the Lucille Lortel Lifetime Achievement award this year, and has racked up multiple awards over the years, including a 2005 Obie for Sustained Excellence. Rachel was eager to find out more about Didi's process and what it takes to maintain such a storied career.Tune into this episode to learn:Didi's trick for auditioning for TV & FilmHer experience doing Corsicana right after her Tony winWhat it was like for her starting out as a newbie in New YorkFor any theater practitioner, this is truly not an episode to be missed. You can catch Didi in this Lincoln Center's production of Sarah Ruhl's Becky Nurse of Salem this fall.  Or watch her Tony acceptance speech as a reminder to keep doing what you're doing.Follow the podcast at: @upstageleftpodcastLike,  subscribe, or leave us a review here!----Intro music: Angles of Light by David HilowitzSupport the show

Cold Brew Got Me Like
Episode 61: FROM PIRATES TO PLAYWRIGHTS

Cold Brew Got Me Like

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 66:04


Midwesterners who move to Los Angeles consider themselves geniuses because their friends back in Wisconsin are still freezing. ALSO: Alcohol makes you crazy - the band Black Oak Arkansas is proof. We need to start asking politicians what they did last night. PLUS: Mike Lindell's disgusting coffee, and song of the week "Hot and Nasty."Black Oak Arkansas - Hot and Nasty: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBElipPiMuM

More Than A Muse
Marion Mahony Griffin: Frank Lloyd Wright's Lifelong Nemesis

More Than A Muse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 57:13


This week,  Stauney brings us up to speed on Marion Mahony Griffin, one of the first female licensed architects in the whole world, and a major pioneer of the prairie school architectural style. She also carried a lifelong grudge against the famous Frank Lloyd Wright after working with him closely for over 15 years. Not only did he steal some of her drawings without attributing her, but he also disparaged the work of her and her later husband and business partner, and continued to take sole credit for the prairie style despite its many contributors. We discuss her childhood, work with the aforementioned Wright, and her later partnership, marriage and fame with her husband Walter Burley Griffin as they designed the capital and many neighborhoods in Australia.Episodes to check out after this one: Beatrice Ward, Hilma Af Klint Want to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast 

Idaho Matters
BIPOC Playwrights Festival returns for a second year

Idaho Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 10:21


The six day long BIPOC Playwrights Festival is back with new performances and stories.

The Subtext
The Subtext: More Than 10 Minutes With Gary Garrison

The Subtext

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022


This month Brian talks to the former NYU playwriting professor about growing up in Texas, intuition vs. intellect, and the elusive art of the 10-minute play.

American Theatre's Offscript
The Subtext: More Than 10 Minutes With Gary Garrison

American Theatre's Offscript

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022


This month Brian talks to the former NYU playwriting professor about growing up in Texas, intuition vs. intellect, and the elusive art of the 10-minute play.

More Than A Muse
Beatrice Wood: The Ceramicist Who Inspired Titanic's Rose

More Than A Muse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 57:53


This week,  Stauney talks about Beatrice Wood, otherwise known as the "Mama of Dada" due to her influential role in the early Dada art movement in New York. Although she grew up in a wealthy affluent household, she ran away to become a painter and actress against her family's wishes, mingling with the early avant-garde artists of New York Society before joining the theoreticism movement and landing in Ojai California as a sculptor. She lived 105 years, and every single one of them was filled with absolutely humorous and legendary moments that created such an iconic artist, and would even go on to inspire a character from the major hit film, Titanic.Episodes to check out after this one: Hilma Af KlintWant to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast 

More Than A Muse
Pauline Boty: The ONLY Female British Pop Art Artist

More Than A Muse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 48:19


This week,  Sadie introduces us to the only known female artist (and founder) of the British pop art movement - Pauline Boty. Despite being a woman in a man's world, Boty was never afraid to express her femininity, and sexuality and became a true icon of 1970s feminism. Despite early childhood disapproval of her stepping outside the gender norms (painting was a very masculine career), she went on to become a major player in the British art scene and make a lasting impact despite her tragic and early death.Episodes to check out after this one: A Brief History of Western Feminism, Want to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast 

The Fagnostic Podcast
The Fagnostic Podcast - EP 36 - Father Shannon TL Kearns

The Fagnostic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 53:39


What's up y'all of little faith and welcome to episode number 11 of season 2 of TFP. I'm your hostess, not your Moses, Mat Hayes, and if I'm still giving you episodes it means that I'm still looking for answers! Today's guest is Father Shannon TL Kearns, a transgender man who believes in the transformative power of story. He's an ordained priest in the Old Catholic Priesthood tradition, a playwright, and a theologian. He the co-founder of QueerTheology.com which has reached more than a million people all over the world through videos, articles, and online courses and community. His first book: In the Margins, a Transgender Man's Journey With Scripture comes out August 9 from Eerdmans Publishing. Shannon is a recipient of the Playwrights' Center Jerome Fellowship in 20/21 and he was a Lambda Literary Fellow for 2019 and a Finnovation Fellow for 2019/2020. He is a sought after speaker on transgender issues and religion as well as a skilled facilitator of a variety of workshops. You can connect with him on social media @shannontlkearns (instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and twitter) or on his website: www.shannontlkearns.comIf you're in LA this weekend on July 16th, check out his play reading at the Road Theatre in North Hollywood. Welcome to the show Shannon!

More Than A Muse
I'm so angry I made some art: overview of feminist art

More Than A Muse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 52:33


This week,  we are giving an overview of the movement of feminist art and its power for modern protest. We discuss what feminist art is, the beginning of its movement in the 60s and 70s, and then we discuss some different works of art that made major headway in the feminist art movement and how it continues today. Episodes to check out after this one: A Brief History of Western Feminism, Vanessa Bell & Virginia Woolfe, Guerilla Girls, Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists, Artemesia GentileschiWant to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast 

The History of England
346 Theatre III: The Crystal Mirror

The History of England

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 38:14 Very Popular


Playwrights and the Sirenicals of Jacobean England, the experience of going to see the plays and the Crystal Mirror of renaissance drama. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The History of England
345 Theatre II: Playwrights

The History of England

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 34:58 Very Popular


The University Wits was a term invented by Saintsbury for a group of 6 Elizabethan playwrights. They were not consciously a coherent group but part of a vibrant society of playwrights, actors and writers who made English theatre shine. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Stuff You Missed in History Class
Margaret Lucas Cavendish's Blazing World

Stuff You Missed in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 41:23 Very Popular


Cavendish was a prolific poet, playwright, and natural philosopher. She published multiple works under her own name before that was common for a woman, and she published at least five major works on natural philosophy. Research: Boyle, Deborah. “Margaret Cavendish on Gender, Nature, and Freedom.” Hypatia vol. 28, no. 3 (Summer 2013). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/24542000 British Library. “Margaret Cavendish.” https://www.bl.uk/people/margaret-cavendish British Library. “Margaret Cavendish's Blazing World.” https://www.bl.uk/collection-items/margaret-cavendishs-blazing-world "Cavendish, Margaret." Renaissance and Reformation Reference Library, edited by Julie L. Carnagie, et al., vol. 3: Vol. 1: Biographies, UXL, 2002, pp. 60-65. Gale In Context: World History, link.gale.com/apps/doc/CX3426300052/GPS?u=mlin_n_melpub&sid=bookmark-GPS&xid=36cbb94b. Accessed 25 Apr. 2022. Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle and C.H. Firth. “The life of William Cavendish, duke of Newcastle, to which is added The true relation of my birth, breeding and life.” London : J.C. Nimmo. 1886. Cunning, David, "Margaret Lucas Cavendish", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Winter 2021 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.), https://plato.stanford.edu/archives/win2021/entries/margaret-cavendish/. Donagan, B. Lucas, Sir Charles (1612/13–1648), royalist army officer. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 28 Apr. 2022. Donagan, B. Lucas, Sir Thomas (1597/8–1648/9), royalist army officer. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 28 Apr. 2022. English Heritage. “Margaret Cavendish.” https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/learn/histories/women-in-history/margaret-cavendish/ Fransee, Emily Lord. “Mistress of a New World: Early Science Fiction in Europe's ‘Age of Discovery.'” Public Domain Review. 10/11/2018. https://publicdomainreview.org/essay/mistress-of-a-new-world-early-science-fiction-in-europes-age-of-discovery Frederickson, Anne. “First Lady.” Distillations. Science History Institute. 4/15/2013. https://www.sciencehistory.org/distillations/first-lady Gryntaki, Gelly. “Margaret Cavendish: Being A Female Philosopher In The 17th Century.” The Collector. 7/24/2021. https://www.thecollector.com/margaret-cavendish-female-philosopher-17th-century/ Knight, J. Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle (1624?–1674). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 27 Apr. 2022, from https://www.oxforddnb.com/view/10.1093/odnb/9780192683120.001.0001/odnb-9780192683120-e-4940. Marshall, Eugene. “Margaret Cavendish (1623—1673).” Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. https://iep.utm.edu/margaret-cavendish/ Newcastle, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle. “The cavalier in exile; being the lives of the first Duke & Duchess of Newcastle.” London, G. Newnes, Ltd. 1903. Poetry Foundation. “Duchess of Newcastle Margaret Cavendish.” https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/margaret-cavendish Project Vox team. (2019). “Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.” Project Vox. Duke University Libraries. https://projectvox.org/cavendish-1623-1673/ Robbins, Michael. “The Royally Radical Life of Margaret Cavendish.” The Paris Review. 4/15/2019. https://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2019/04/15/the-royally-radical-life-of-margaret-cavendish/ Sarasohn, Lisa T. "Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle." Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography, vol. 20, Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008, pp. 79-81. Gale In Context: U.S. History, link.gale.com/apps/doc/CX2830905568/GPS?u=mlin_n_melpub&sid=bookmark-GPS&xid=88a78131. Accessed 25 Apr. 2022. Walter, J. Lucas, John, first Baron Lucas of Shenfield (1606–1671), royalist landowner. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 28 Apr. 2022. Wilkins, Emma. “Margaret Cavendish and the Royal Society.” Notes and Records. Volume 68, Issue 3. 5/14/2014. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsnr.2014.0015 Wills, Matthew. “'Mad Meg,' the Poet-Duchess of 17th Century England.” JSTOR Daily. 3/10/2019. https://daily.jstor.org/mad-meg-the-poet-duchess-of-17th-century-england/ Woolf, Virginia. “The Common Reader.” New York. Harcourt, Brace and Company. 1925. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.