Stage Hackers Episode 22: Collaboration and Creating a Commons | Ramona Ostrowski and Adewunmi Oke of HowlRound

HowlRound representatives and dramaturgs join us to discuss their personal approaches to the creative process as well as the HowlRound philosophy of sharing, learning, and growing.

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Stage Hackers Episode 20: Burlesque and the Building Blocks of Solo Performance | Jäc Pau

Scintillating, thrilling, daring, tantalizing; while burlesque’s specific dramatic flair embodies these qualities on stage, all theatrical forms can likewise learn to benefit from these visceral attributes.

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Stage Hackers Episode 16: Fusing Dance and Theatrical Storytelling | Crystal Pite

Life is movement, and our drive as artists is to translate this journey into a shared experience on stage: to move our audiences. Today’s guest is an expert at doing so, using movement, dance, and a multi-disciplinary process to create vivid, evocative performances.

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Stage Hackers Episode 10: How to Become a Successful Touring Artist | Grant Knutson

For many self-starting artists, the dream of touring their own production is enticing, but daunting. Here to dispel those fears is the experienced and energetic Grant Knutson of Minion Productions.

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Stage Hackers Episode 8: Carving Your Own Path as an Artist | Deanna Fleysher

Our guest today shares with us that we must be honest with ourselves in understanding the kind of work we wish to create, the lives we wish to lead, the people we best work with, and the boundaries we need to set.

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