Throughout Black Hair in the Big Leagues, host Salisha Thomas sits down with badass black women on Broadway and talks about all things hair. We are sharing secrets, swapping ideas, and talking about our individual experiences backstage, onstage and beyond. But that’s not all; there are women (and men!) who can speak on this topic in other industries as well and open the conversation about what it means to show up to work being black and “put together.”
An audio-play and a podcast all in one. Enjoy the play, come back for the conversation. This season, we present DEAD WAIT: A JOURNEY IN AFRO-EXISTENTIALISM by Blaine Sparks-Teamer. A black comedy, DEAD WAIT tells the story of a modern all-American family: people who love each other but still wrestle with basic human fears: abandonment, poverty, death, and Los Angeles traffic.
Each week, Cheeyang Ng sits down with an Asian or Asian-American artist working in the New York Theatre scene and excavates their life story — how they grew up, how they got their start in theatre, as well as projects they’ve worked on and upcoming work that we should anticipate.
Diep Tran and Jose Solís see a lot of theater per year; 150-300 to be exact (each!). So they’re nerds. Every week, Jose and Diep will bring a POC perspective to the performing arts, and talk about the best thing they’ve seen that week, interview artists they love and talk about how to make the entertainment industry a better, more equitable, place for all. Come pull up a seat next to your friends!
Ten ‘Til Places: A Theatre Podcast is hosted by actress, Aliya Gardner, who discusses her life as an actress and the ups and downs that go along with trying to succeed in the Theatre Community! She chats about her experiences as a local actress in the DC area and will chat with many other amazing actors and actresses who are all on the same journey to Broadway!