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Off Book: The Black Theatre Podcast

Off Book: The Black Theatre Podcast

LIVE! Every Sunday on @BroadwayBlack Youtube/Facebook/Twitter at 6 PM EST! Go into the world of black theatre artists on this weekly podcast with a theatre journalist, an actress, & a playwright. Drew Shade, Kim Exum, & Ngozi Anyanwu are your hosts and they will most certainly be Off Book.

The Salisha Show

The Salisha Show

Host of Black Hair in the Big Leagues, Salisha Thomas is coming to you with the much anticipated, the incomparable, the senSATIONal: THE SALISHA SHOW!!

Into Costume

Into Costume

We shine the spotlight on the costume creation process that helps complete a performer’s transformation. Join host, Costume Designer Devario D. Simmons, as he interviews costume industry insiders about the intricate process of creating iconic looks for stage and screen.

What’s Up Broadway?

What’s Up Broadway?

Your weekly premiere audio destination for everything buzzworthy happening on the Great White Way. From show openings, and what’s trending on “theatre Twitter,” to Broadway star interviews and up to date health and safety protocols, What’s Up Broadway? will be a one-stop-shop for all your Broadway news and chatter. Hosted by Ayanna Prescod (she/her) Martín Acuña (he/him) and Christian Lewis (they/them/theirs). Presented by the Broadway Podcast Network.

Isolated Incidents

Isolated Incidents

This follows five essential workers and their families as they grapple with anxiety and the need for honesty–and how race impacts every interaction and decision they make. The series shows that maybe all those isolated incidents aren’t so isolated after all. This series is both specific to 2020 and universal, looking at how a once-in-a-century public health crisis exposes the things that were always there. This majority-BIPOC majority-queer collective of writers capture stories that center the invisible front line – workers who are essential inside of the pandemic, and the lives they lead behind the job. The stories that don’t make the headlines but are just as important.

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