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Best Fawnda Mithrush, Paul Blinov, Andrew Paul podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Fawnda Mithrush, Paul Blinov, Andrew Paul podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Paul and Fawnda take in the Sterling Awards remotely, and reflect on the shortened theatre year in their season finale episode. The winds of change keep blowing. What’s next for Edmonton’s arts scene? Will we start another podcast while we wait for performances to resume? Have you washed your mask lately? I Don’t Get It is a member of the Alberta P…
 
Actor Natércia Napoleão has shared a number of public letters that call attention to the lack of BIPOC representation in Edmonton’s theatres. Photo by Brandon Hart. In the form of open letters on social media, actor Natércia Napoleão has been asking Edmonton’s theatre companies directly what their BIPOC representation looks like not only onstage, b…
 
A selection of books by Black writers discussed in this episode, including Christina Sharpe, NASRA, and Dionne Brand. Photo by Jason Purcell. We’re starting with something different this week. Off the top you’ll hear the voice of NASRA, an artist, poet, and producer in Edmonton, which was recorded live back in February. Listen up. The guests on thi…
 
Ellen Chorley (centre) enjoys a typical night at Nextfest. This year’s festival goes online June 4-14. (Photo by Mat Simpson) This year’s Nextfest—its 25th anniversary—goes entirely online. We caught up with Festival Director Ellen Chorley to talk about her career path and the wonders of the beautiful, multidisciplinary beast that is Edmonton’s fes…
 
The entry image for Tracks, by Vena Amoris Productions It’s been a while, but we actually caught a local show to review! Vena Amoris Productions offered an online choose-you-own-route experience with Tracks. Fawnda and Colleen take the trip together—virtually, of course. Don’t Get It is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB.…
 
Along with the rest of us, playwright Vern Thiessen has been a lot of baking bread lately. Vern Thiessen published an open letter to the nation’s professional theatre associations last week, encouraging them to seriously consider what they could be doing during the Great Pause, including reassessing their collective agreements and lobbying for chan…
 
Nisha Patel is Edmonton’s current Poet Laureate. (Ye Fan) YEG Poet Laureate and PoFest Executive Director Nisha Patel chats about taking literary events online, her #CanadaPerforms stint, the realities of being an artist and festival producer in the gig economy, and emerging standards for compensating artists for online content. Links discussed in …
 
Alexis Hillyard on the set of the web series Stump Kitchen. (KTB Photography) While the rest of us had to get used to this new era of online connecting when the pandemic was declared, Alexis Hillyard was already an internet star in her own right with her Youtube series, Stump Kitchen. In our chat she covers favourite pandemic meals, how artists can…
 
A scene from Confessions of A Reluctant Caregiver, Northern Light Theatre’s final show selection of the season, cancelled due to COVID-19 complications. Pictured left to right: Davina Stewart, Cheryl Jameson, Brian Dooley. Photo: Ian Jackson/Epic Photography What week are we in again? Seven? Seventeen? Artistic Director of Northern Light Theatre Tr…
 
Peter Brown (top) captured in-improv with Die Nasty cast members Stephanie Wolfe, Jesse Gervais, and Mark Meer. (Photos by Jana Hove) Week five of no live shows, and we’re all still commiserating about it. Funnyman Peter Brown talks with us about the nature of laughter, improv online, creative feelings, and unique uses for toilet paper rolls. Enjoy…
 
Our pal Liz Nicholls joins us to commiserate on the current dearth of liveness on Edmonton’s stages. It took a pandemic, but we finally caught her! This week, we talk bread-making, online performances, and the surreal weirdness of Edmonton sans live theatre with the one and only Liz Nicholls. Some links discussed in this episode: • Liz Nicholls’ bl…
 
Ben Gorodetsky’s Biblioteka was set to be shown as part of Mile Zero Dance’s mainstage earlier this month. Now cancelled, like everything else. It’s our first foray into remote recording! We tracked down Ben Gorodetsky to talk about Biblioteka, which was cancelled (among everything else) with the order to shutdown gathering spaces. We cover the ide…
 
An eerily appropriate image for The Children, running (at time of press) at the Roxy on Gateway until March 22. Here we go, all: It’s a pandemic. We managed to catch The Children in preview, and sat a healthy distance from each other while discussing the impacts of COVID-19 on the arts community. We provide some tips and pointers for making the bes…
 
Sara Porter in Sara Does A Solo. Photo by Jay Tse. Our bestie guests Laura Raboud and Colleen Feehan take a trip to Spazio Performativo for Sara Does A Solo, and then Fawnda does a solo of her own to see Shumka’s Nutcracker (thanks to Andrew for asking questions!). Happy holidays. Every. One. I Don’t Get It is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast …
 
Like our new show art? It was designed by Michael Nunweiler (he also designed the art for I Don’t Get It) We have been working for the past year to produce a brand new limited-run podcast series: A Tale of Two Weeklies is about the historical rivalry of Edmonton’s two alternative weekly papers, SEE Magazine and Vue Weekly. You can subscribe to the …
 
Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. turns feminism on its head in the University of Alberta’s Studio Theatre season. Paul and Fawnda attempt to make the “award-winning” pie recipe handed out at the Jube for Broadway Across Canada’s Waitress as they discuss the hyper-sweet and delightfully raunchy sentiments of the show. And they can’t stop thinking abo…
 
Kate Stashko and members of the Good Women Dance Collective in Cheers and Tears: A Journey into Whiteness. Photo by Marc J. Chalifoux. So many women! So much whiteness! Fawnda and Colleen head to the Good Women Dance Collective’s annual Convergence showcase, which featured Cheers and Tears: A Journey into Whiteness by choreographer Pam Tzeng, and R…
 
Brittney Mack (centre) as Anna of Cleves, along with the fierce cast of Six, running at the Citadel through Nov. 24. Photo by Liz Lauren. This week we get a crack at the hotly anticipated musical Six and its pop-concert tribute to the tragic — yet funny and empowered and glitzy — lives of Henry VIII’s sextet of wives. Then we settle in the mysterio…
 
Zacharie Dun as the monster and Kelley McKinlay as Dr. Victor in Alberta Ballet’s Frankenstein. Photo by Paul McGrath We’re joined by two of our favourite baby mamas in this episode! First, Raina (Fawnda’s sister) pops in to review Alberta Ballet’s newest cinematic venture in Frankenstein, and Colleen briefly escapes her newborn to weigh in on Punc…
 
Ralph Escamillan and his eerie doppelgängers in Hinkypunk. Guests abound this episode! Laura Raboud joins us for Brian Webb Dance Company‘s season kickoff with the marvellous visuals of Ralph Escamillan’s Hinkypunk. Then, we receive a very special drop-in review of Studio Theatre’s Richard III from our Alberta Podcast Network pals, mom ‘n’ daughter…
 
Alberta Ballet’s season opened with Taj Express, a feast of Indian dance, music, and Bollywood nods. Guest reviewer Soni Dasmohapatra joins Fawnda for a rollicking review of Alberta Ballet’s presentation of Taj Express, a straight-from-Mumbai Bollywood ballet/musical sorta show. Also: We get the crash course in Indian dance styles that we’ve always…
 
Laura Virella in Mercury Opera’s Carmen. Fawnda and Paul venture downtown to try out Carmen (again)! Following their road trip to the Badlands last summer, this year’s Mercury Opera production was set in two historic haunts: Act one was set at everyone’s favourite greasy spoon, The Commodore, followed by Act two at Chez Pierre. Also, the official F…
 
Quinn Dooley and Jonas Shandel in The Citadel Theatre’s production of Ring of Fire. Photography credit: Ian Jackson, Epic Photography The Citadel Theatre’s summer experiment, Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash, is up and running, and Andrew joined in to notice that the titular song wasn’t even written by Cash—among other things. Also, Paul give…
 
Milton Lim & Michelle Lui in Hong Kong Exile’s Room 2048. Photo by Remi Theriault The week in dance left us stunned and slack-jawed. We caught Wen Wei Wang’s all-male Dialogue, juxtaposed with the incredible light-play in Hong Kong Exile’s ROOM 2048 (thanks to Laura Raboud for hopping in on that hot take!). Finally, Andrew and Fawnda took a pilgrim…
 
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