Thesis On Joan

Thesis On Joan

ABOUT

A podcast dedicated to amplifying voices from the LGBTQ+ community in the New York performing arts scene and examining the industry from a queer perspective! Join fanqueers and theatre professionals Harrow (they/them) and Meghan (she/her) as they sit down with groundbreaking theatre folx, from Brooklyn cabaret performers to people backstage and on Broadway. For many queers, theatre has been an escape, this podcast looks to have open conversations on where we’ve come from and where we’re headed as a community, while queering the canon along the way. 

Email us at: thesisonjoan at gmail dot com.

Podcast Artwork by Maura Dixon @gardenslugg_, Podcast Portraits by kd diamond https://katiediamond.com/

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Episodes

#3.11 Cool, Cool, Considerate Queers

#3.11 Cool, Cool, Considerate Queers

Hosts Meghan and Harrow discuss a new round of queer theatre including the Breaking the Binary Theatre Festival readings of TRANS WORLD by Ty Defoe, Hide and Hide by Roger Q. Mason, and Overheard directed by L Morgan Lee, as well as Where the Mountain Meets the Sea ...
#3.10 Not Being OK With Sis

#3.10 Not Being OK With Sis

Artist, Activist, and Self-Proclaimed Sister to thee people Sis joins us from the road as she wrapped up playing Ado Annie in the National tour of Oklahoma! We talk about how Ado Annie has been with her for years, execution and expectations when it comes to revivals, and ...
#3.9 Queer (Show) Round-Up

#3.9 Queer (Show) Round-Up

Hosts Meghan and Harrow discuss all the queer shows they’ve seen recently (and not so recently)! Hear shout outs to Songs From Bark of Millions by Taylor Mac and Matt Ray, Gumiho by Nina Ki, The Nosebleed written and directed by Aya Ogawa, As You Like It adapted ...
#3.8 You Are What You Watch with Victor I. Cazares

#3.8 You Are What You Watch with Victor I. Cazares

Victor I. Cazares, a non-binary Poz Queer Indigenous Mexican Artist, sits down with Harrow and Meghan to talk about the premiere of their show american (tele)visions, opening the New York Theatre Workshop ...
#3.7 Reclaiming stories with George Strus

#3.7 Reclaiming stories with George Strus

The Founding Artistic Director of the Breaking the Binary Theatre Festival (BTB), George Strus, joins us as we kick off the second half of Season 3! Hear from George about BTB, a communal, new play development ...
#3.6 Theatrical Revelator: Qween Jean

#3.6 Theatrical Revelator: Qween Jean

The incomparable Qween Jean, costume designer and activist, sits down with Holly and Meghan to talk activism, theatre design, and hopes for the future of queer liberation. We discuss designing for revivals ...

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