Stage Door Live
TheatreMaker.ie produces Stage Door Live. A live, weekly webcast featuring Irish theatre news, hot topics, and artist features. Stage Door Live airs on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter at 7PM IST on Wednesdays.
In our new format for Stage Door Live, Sadhbh Barrett Coakley, Sinéad Cormack, Aonghus Óg McAnally, and Julia Appleby discuss the pace of the theatre sector and reframing the words and work we do.
In our new format for Stage Door Live, RENE KELLEHER, LIAM FITZGERALD, JO MANGAN, CATHAL MCGUIRE, FERGAL MCGRATH discuss collaborations and partnerships in Irish Theatre.
In our new format for Stage Door Live, Composer and Sound Designer PETER POWER joins Theatre maker ROMI CRUAÑAS to discuss the hottest topics in the news, our version of The Daily Papers. LIZ ROCHE, Co-founder and Artistic Director of Liz Roche Company discusses her new work Demos, now on at the Dublin Dance Festival. For The Big Debate, Events Safety Expert PETER JORDAN joins for a panel discussion on Mitigating Risk and Embracing Contingency.
Eoghan Carrick from the National Campaign For The Arts discusses the organisations priorities moving forward, and a panel discussion with Peter Daly, Neil Murray, Andrew Macklin, and Niamh Ní Chonchubhair.
In Episode 23 of Stage Door Live we dive into Backstage Burnout, Irish Street Arts, and an adaptation from the Stage to Film. Featuring: Lisa Mahony, Grace Halton, Lucy Medlycott, Maya McNair, Luke Shanahan, Ciaran O'Reilly, and Muireann Ni Raghallaigh.
We discuss Ireland, a country of culture, the successes and failures of Culture Night, the goals of EPIC, and Bird Boy. Featuring: Aimée Van Wylick, Ray Yeates, Liam Fitzgerald, Emma Martin, Kevin Coquelard, Nora Hickey M'Sichili, Muireann Kelly, and Eanna Grogan.
Episode 21 has a lot of theatre artists talking about work! And we love that! Featuring: Maïa Nunes, Karen Miano, Andy Field, Eva O'Connor, Luke Murphy, Matthew Bratko, and Aoife Honohan.
We continue our Dublin Fringe Festival 2020 focus, but first discuss the NCFA's progress with the government and arts council. Featuring: Aideen Howard, Dylan Coburn Gray, Dan Colley, Fionnuala Gygax, Timothy O'Mahony, Orla Graham, Kirby Thompson, and Witt Tarantino.
We set our focus on the Dublin Fringe Festival which reinvented itself in 2020. Featuring: Ruth McGowan, Luke Casserly, Shanna May Breen, Dr. Miriam Haughton, Emma O'Grady, Oisin Robbins and Martha Breen.
Educators, directors and actors are brought together for a conversation on the growing need and opportunities for actor training in Ireland. Featuring: Amy Rowan, Dr. Bernadette Cronin, Jane Moriarty, Karen McCartney, Grace Collender, Ella Lily Hyland, Dr. Charlotte McIver, Terese Rooney and Frank Blake.