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Theatre is Dead
BONUS: Notes From the Fans
Apr 30, 2020 · 3 min
Cara and Charlie receive their first feedback in this bonus episode.
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Aug 4, 2020
Episode 8: Noh Theatre
*In this episode of Theatre is Dead, Cara and Charlie discuss how Japan's Noh theatre emerged from stripping for sunlight and Kan'ami and Zeami keeping theatre in the family. HEAR AND NOW - 03:00 - *THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS ON THE ARTS AND CULTURE SECTOR *04:50 -** *Theatregoers’ Willingness to Return Is Trending Down, Data Show 07:50 *-** *We Experienced the First West End Show Staged With Social Distancing. Here's What It Was Like. 09:05 - Future Stages 12:00 - BeAnArtsHero.com 13:15 - Black Theatre Coalition 15:00 *- *Wait for It: The Hamilton Oscar Debate Is Not Over 15:30 - The Room 15:50 - Finish the Fight 16:40 - Girls Like That, Synergy Theatre 18:10 - The National WW2 Museum 18:18 - Only the Brave Musical * *18:51* **- *‘Gotham Refuses to Get Scared’: In 1918, Theaters Stayed Open *19:00 - Historical Context : The Origins of NOH Theatre Sources: * * * **https://www.the-noh.com/en/world/history.html* * * **http://factsanddetails.com/japan/cat20/sub131/item716.html#chapter-1* * *Homosexuality & civilization by **Crompton, Louis, 1925* * * **https://www.britannica.com/biography/Zeami* * http://andrejkoymasky.com/ * *
Jun 27, 2020
Episode 7: Women in Opera and the Caccini Sisters
In this episode of Theatre is Dead, Cara and Charlie discuss how Europe had to make a whole new art form to finally put women center stage and get personal with the multitalented Francesca and Settimia Caccini.
Jun 20, 2020
Episode 6: Here & Now, Black Lives Matter
Cara and Charlie discuss the American Theatre's renewed investment in social justice in the wake of protests surrounding the murder of unarmed black citizens. *Resources: * * Arts Activism Resources (curated by *@alyraehe** on Instagram of the **UncertainT Podcast** )* * Black Theatre Matters * We See You, White American Theatre Petition * Theatre Makers of Color Survey * Theatres Not Speaking Out * Annie E. Casey Race Matters Assessment * Avoiding racist phrasing
May 23, 2020
Episode 5: Roman Theatre and Terence
In this episode of Theatre is Dead, Cara and Charlie discuss how theatre popped up between gladiator matches in Rome and Europe's first playwright of color, Terence (one name, like Madonna). Sources: * Western Theatre - Encyclopaedia Britannica * How American Theatre Has Prevailed Through History * The Night Before Pearl Harbor * V Was for Variety * Reconciliation, Resolution, and the Political Role of "Oklahoma!" in American Consciousness * Theatre in the Modern World * *THEATRE HISTORY - Restoration to Present* * The Cambridge Guide to American Theatre
May 15, 2020
Episode 4: Post World War II and Lorraine Hansberry
On this episode of Theatre is Dead, Cara and Charlie discuss how drama got depressing after World War II and get personal with playwright, Lorraine Hansberry.