ATW - Working In The Theatre

ATW - Working In The Theatre

Published by: American Theatre Wing and CUNY
243 Episodes | First Released: Jul 7 '06
For more than 30 years the American Theatre Wing has been bringing together performers, directors, playwrights, designers, choreographers, producers and behind-the-scenes personnel from the American and international theatre, the seminars offer a rare opportunity for students and audiences to see the people who create theatre engaged in thoughtful conversation with one another. With more than 600 past guests, the seminars have become an unequalled archive of theatrical talk, a chance to hear from the people behind the characters, stories and productions that draw us to the theatre.
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Lilkb24
Dec 23 '11
Rating:   8
Great teaching tool

I am a technical theatre teacher in Los Angeles. With the current economics, it is extremely difficult to have students see professional productions, let alone how professional technicians work backstage during a show. More programs like this should be available for educators and students as a reference for what all the different types of jobs their are in the theatre. I am particularly referring to the behind the curtain series. Please continue this as there just not enough resources for us tech theatre educators to pull from.

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wooltonzoidhertfordshire
Jan 1 '11
Rating:   4
would be awesome if....

this podcast were compatible with more ipod's.....

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mz_ja
Dec 19 '07
Rating:   10
I'm obsessed

I love these podcasts- the panels are so rich and offer such great food for thought and stories of their own experience. I want to watch every single one. I will invite all my friends to listen. I know I can use them in my classroom.

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jakedeg
Jul 21 '07
Rating:   10
Top-Notch

Really excellent series. The panels are truly made up of some of the most intriguing artists currently working and the moderators are always very sharp with well-planned and interesting questions. The discussions go to a very advanced place very quickly but never get inaccessible. Highly recommended!

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lmlynley
Apr 26 '07
Rating:   10
Excellent Resource for Broadway Theatre

I have now watched a dozen of the episodes and love them! My only complaint is that some of the moderators; especially Pia Lindstrom, seem ill-prepared and a bit over-wordy. This aside, I am learning a great deal regarding the inner process of creating theatrical works.

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theatrebrunette21
Aug 9 '06
Rating:   10
Eccelent

I'm reccomending this podcast to all my peers from my high school. I went to a performing arts high school for Theatre, and as a soon-to-be college student I really enjoy the in-depth seminars. Its very fulfilling and enriching as an artist to watch these, I learned so much from the most recent seminar on directing. It is definitely worth waiting for the download.

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