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 Holly (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.
Do you love movies? Do you love analyzing movies? Do you love feeling like you know more about movies than your dumb-dumb best friend, even though neither of you really know anything worth speaking of?
What happens to creatives and the creative process when the world is social distancing and self-isolating to combat a growing global pandemic? Journalist, writer, and professional host Angélique Roché sits down with to ask that question of creatives across sectors. Join Angélique for exciting, motivational, incisive — and always funny — conversations with writers, journalists, athletes, actors, singers, performers, musicians and producers. They’ll talk about how they are handling the unexpected and historical gaps in production and the “physical creative process.” Creative Quarantine airs as a live video conversation on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 3PM EST/12 PM PST and on Tuesday at 2PM EST/11 AM PST. Podcasts are available the next day, wherever you listen to podcasts.
Can art change the world? Yes it can! Girl Be Heard’s G!TALK amplifies the voices of young artists/activists who perform and unpack social justice and cultural issues using spoken word, songs and stories. Hosted by Zoe Norman-Hunt.
We’ve seen the stats. We’ve read the think pieces. Now we’re ready to TALKBACK.