I make this podcast because I love sound, and I love theatre; Go See a Show! is a great way to unite the two.
And I’m an amateur sound-designer, and make radio dramas, for much the same reason.
For this episode of the podcast, those two worlds—sound about theatre, and sound in the theatre—collide. My guests are playwright Tara Gadomski and director Illana Stein, with whom I have a conversation about our production of The Offering.
For a bit of context: the play was originally written & recorded for Radio COTE, the radio-play festival I produce with my company Co-Op Theatre East—you can check out the original performance on iTunes. We all loved the play so much that Tara adapted it into a stage version, which is currently running in The Network One-Act Festival (with your humble GSAS! narrator doing live foley onstage). And in this shameless-self-promotion episode, we talk about this great little one-act, which to me is about the power of art, that we’d all love for you to come see.
Listen in as Tara, Illana, and I discuss making a radio play into a stage play, the beauty of language, “the question,” and getting (and keeping) power.
“…you just got compared to Shakespeare…”
“…let’s not go so far…”
by Tara Gadomski*
directed by Illana Stein
featuring Alex Alcheh*, Jennifer Tsay, Anni Rebecca Weisband, and Robert A. K. Gonyo
*member Actors Equity Association
The Network One-Act Festival
242 W. 36th Street, 3rd Floor
Saturday, February 8 at 6pm
Sunday, February 9 at 8:30pm
Tickets available via SmartTIx
More info on the Facebook event page