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Playwright Alexander Kveton sits down with writers ranging from emerging to established to talk about themselves, their work, and what's on their minds. Each episode ends with a short sample of the featured playwright's work.
 
Excerpts from new plays by female playwrights. Necessary Exposure: The Female Playwright Project is a portrait and sound installation which seeks to bring visibilty to playwrights who identify as female. Through portraits and podcasts we bring awareness to what remains to be widely seen and heard.Photography and concept by Jody Christopherson.Sound plays recorded and designed by Natalie Johnsonius Neubert
 
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The audio play of A History of Water in the Middle East by Sabrina Mahfouz directed by Stef O’Driscoll is available to listen to now until Saturday 30 January 2021. Audiences can listen to the content for free but are invited to pay-what-you-can with all proceeds going directly to the brilliant team who made the work including all the freelance art…
 
‘In Tamil we don’t say goodbye. Only, I will go and come back.’‘நாங்கள் விடைபெறேக்க, ‘போயிட்டு வாறன்’ எண்டு மட்டும் தான் தமிழில சொல்லுறனாங்கள்.’ In this episode we speak with S. Shakthidharan, a writer, director, musician and producer of film and theatre who grew up in Western Sydney and has Sri Lankan heritage and Tamil ancestry. We discussed Shak…
 
To re-launch Not in Print, we spoke with Finegan Kruckemeyer about magical worlds where monsters are friends and lighthouses are boats, and on the richness and dynamism of theatre for children and young people. *** Finegan has had 94 commissioned plays performed on six continents and translated into eight languages. His work hasenjoyed seasons in m…
 
Clive Jones gains rare access to Tolland Mansfield. Mansfield is the soft soap magnate of New Jersey, who rarely gives access to the public on his business. Recently Mansfield son has taken away the day to day business duties.
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: I first met the playwright, poet, performer, presenter, screenwriter, anthologist and librettist Sabrina Mahfouz in the Houses of Parliament. In 2…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: One of the challenges of hosting these podcasts is perfecting the art of concision and distillation. There are writers I have had the honour of in…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: David Ireland is a man whose family names makes writing short essays about his paradoxical national identity, biography and work tremendously comp…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: I sometimes think that our theatrical landscapes are defined as much by the shows we missed and deeply regret missing as they are by the shows tha…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: I first came across the writing of Christopher Hampton by accident. In the early 90s I was flicking though the television. This was in the five-ch…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: The protest and controversy that surrounded the 2004 production of Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti’s play Bezhiti (Dishnour) at the Birmingham Rep Theatre ha…
 
Delia, Carmen and Rudy are desperate to find the lost Topaz Yellow Stone to save their families farm. The only thing left to do is have a Seance to bring their dead father's spirit forward to help. Things go a little bit wacky when someone else comes back from the grave. This play was inspired by the photo.…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “The first time I saw Zinnie Harris’s Royal Court debut play Nightingale and Chase I was in prison. Specifically I was in Wandsworth prison in South London where I was representin…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “One of the pleasures of making these podcasts is exploring the work of those writers I am talking to. It is an embarrassing confession that until this month I was entirely ignora…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “There are a handful of figures in the history of the Royal Court Theatre that define the place. They carved the path that, whether they are aware of it or not every artist that h…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “There is a clarity and unity of vision to the dramatic world of David Eldridge that seems to land him in a particular tradition of British playwriting that I cherish. Born and ra…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “There is something of a gesture of disguise to the plays of Laura Wade that I find to be as powerful as it is playful. Her 2005 play Colder Than Here might, for example, have loo…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “One of the most important figures in the recent history of the Royal Court is the playwright Steven Jeffreys who for fifteen years worked as the Literary Associate here throughou…
 
In this departure from form, Alex follows up with Dan to talk about his experience self-producing his play "Dick Pix" and "Perfect Teeth" - the most important factor of self-producing, challenges along the way, and the wonderful work of his cast and crew.
 
Alex talks to Sam about the difference between writing as a teenager versus an adult, being the writer that doesn't get every opportunity, and figuring out your path as an emerging writer. Actors Dave Klasko and Leslie Marseglia from Sam's new play Bobby. Website: www.sambyron.com Bobby Reading Info: www.wideeyedproductions.com…
 
Alex talks to Catherine about writing romance today, being trashy, body issues, and the phenomenon of discovering repressed feelings in writing. Catherine reads from her play This is How You Got Me Naked.
 
A political fantasy, The twit, the puppet and the pawn are on trial for their crimes against us all. Cast of characters; Twit-Alexis Kozak, The Puppet- Matt Drew. Pawn- Scott Visco and Kilgore Trout-the Judge. There is also a talk back bonus of the audience sharing their thoughts and questions after the play.…
 
Alex talks to Caridad about making space for the impossible, the giants of playwriting, reconciling history and the classics, how plays are perceived in our current culture, and problems with how institutions approach them. Caridad reads from Red Bike. Website: http://caridadsvich.com/ Red Bike: Tickets: https://simpaticotheatre.ticketleap.com/red-…
 
Alex talks to Paris about fear, creating your "yes," defying expectations, being a different type of rebel, and overcoming abuse. Paris reads from his play Spare the Rod, or By My Mother's Hand. Website: http://www.pariscrayton3.com/ NPX: https://newplayexchange.org/users/18841/paris-crayton-iii
 
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