On this episode, co-musical composers Divinity Roxx and Eugene H. Russell IV share a conversation about their career trajectory, creative process, and experience working side-by-side on the world premiere musical, The Boy Who Kissed the Sky.
Tinashe Kajese-Bolden and Christopher Moses lead the charge of our artistic efforts here at the Alliance Theatre, as Co-Artistic Directors. Over the past few months these two have curated our recently announced, upcoming season. On this episode of the Alliance Theatre Podcast, we chat about how this season came to be, why these stories need to be told and what it means for Alliance Theatre audiences looking ahead.
The Alliance/Kendeda Playwright Competition has put new talent to the forefront of regional theater for over ten years. With THE MANY WONDROUS REALITIES OF JASMINE STARR-KIDD, playwright Stephen Brown claimed the title as our 22/23 winner. On this episode we sit down with Stephen to discuss his inspiration for this story and why the Alliance/Kendeda competition is an important tool and a necessary space for young playwrights.
This episode of the Alliance Theatre podcast features director of the hit STARZ series P-Valley and Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Katori Hall. In directorial theater debut, Katori Hall brings the story of the Hot Wing King to the Alliance Theatre. We chat with Katori about what this show means for us all, where she draws her inspiration and so much more.
On this episode of the Alliance Theatre Podcast we chat with two of the most notable Atlanta actors, Andrew Benator and Neal Ghant, on their start as actors, working together, their special approach to artistry and A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Join us for the last episode of the year.
In our second Artist Talk of season we are joined by Lex Liang and Tinashe Kajese-Bolden. Two parts of the Everybody creative team, Lex and Tinashe share a playful and soulful conversation on maneuvering a post-pandemic theatre world as artist of color and how their own personal experience has enabled them to learn new things about everybody and themselves. Hosted by Margarita Kompelmakher.
With a new season upon us, we chat with Corey Smith about what our loyal and new audiences can expect our commitment to creating a comfortable and enjoyable experience for our patrons and so much more.
In our very first show of the season director Jamil Jude speaks on his work outside of the theatre, what he hopes audiences will take from the story of Henry and the evolution of theatre for the very young. Plus get a glimpse at what's to come this season at the Alliance Theatre and the AT Podcast.