In theatre, we are sometimes taught that the final product is more important than our own wellbeing, but the Covid-19 Pandemic has brought wellness to the forefront of reopening. Featuring: Mary Moynihan, Rory Fitzgerald, Helena Walsh, Nessa Matthews, Aoife Spillane-Hinks, John Olohan, Michaela Wohlgemuth, Gerrard Martin and Jed Murray.
Though not always given the same credit as traditional drama, Musical Theatre has been booming in Ireland and Audiences flock to it. We take a look. Featuring: Kate Gilmore, Tom Moran, Bryan Burroughs, Fiona Browne, Brian Gilligan, Simon Delaney, Conor Mitchell, Benedict Esdale, William Dunleavy, and Amy O'Dwyer.
Introducing children to theatre at a young age not only supports the sector, but also builds a socially aware electorate. We discuss. Featuring: Aisling O'Gorman, Mary-Lou McCarthy, Jennifer Ahern, Ursula McGinn, Chantal McCormick, Niamh Lawlor, and Manus Halligan.
Theatre in Ireland is highly influenced by that of its international counterparts, In this episode of Stage Door Live we focus on Designing The New Stage pre- and post- Covid-19. Featuring: Lian Bell, Katie Davenport, Brian Singleton, Mick Hurley, Ionia Ni Chroinin, Denis Clohessy, and Neill Fleming.
We focus on inspiring young theatre makers and the importance of youth theatre in developing the theatre makers, actors and crew of tomorrow. Featuring: Michelle Carew, Veronica Coburn, Jack Reardon, Tony McClean-Fay, Laura Flynn, Judith Allen, Nancy Harris, Amaya Gillespie, and Roxanna Ni Liam.
Much has been talked about the people on the stage, but behind the scenes Production Managers and Stage Managers are working to address the return to theatre safely. Featuring: Sophie Ridley, Liam Fitzgerald, Fiona Keller, Eamonn Fox, Tom Creed, Emma O'Grady, and Senator David Norris.
Audiences returning to the seats of theatres, we discuss the safety aspects and theatre in this new world. Featuring: Peter Jordan, Fergal McGrath, Lorraine Maye, Peter Power, and Patrick Martins.
Our discussion on #AccessAndInclusion is continued in this second part. Featuring: Dr. Kate McCarthy, Dr. Una Kealy, Amanda Coogan, Noon Abubakar, Mark Smith, and Shane Byrne.
Individuals with disabilities are often forgotten about, but these theatre makers focus on making theatre with and for people with disabilities. We discuss access and inclusion. Featuring: Medb Lambert, Aisling Byrne, Eleanor Walsh, Pádraig Naughton, Terri Donovan, and Carolyn Bracken.
How does the theatre sector continue to cultivate and support new theatre artists? Featuring: David Horan, Caitriona Daly, Peter Reid, Sara Joyce, Pamela McQueen, Hillary Dziminski, Chaos Factory and Morgan Cooke.