Welcome to this week’s episode of the And Scene Theater Podcast!
This week, in Act 1, we discuss casting for NBC’s live TV production of A Few Good Men, one theater company’s shaming of millennials, and a teacher using performance to address race in school.
In Act 2, with Meghan heading off to Asia for the next few weeks, we thought it would be a good idea to discuss some Asian theater history. Now, we know our Greek theater history show wasn’t….the most entertaining, shallow say. So, we’re changing it up. Get your #2 pencils and Sacntron sheets, because it’s time for a Pop Quiz!!
How did you do? We know we didn’t cover all of Asian theater, so what other topics would you like to discuss? Please reach out to us on what subjects you’d like to hear about on upcoming shows. We do this show for you so we want to bring you what you want to hear!
Also, with Meghan away, I need cohosts! Would you like to come on the show and discuss your love of theater?
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A Few Good Men: http://tvline.com/2017/07/17/a-few-good-men-cast-alec-baldwin-nbc-nathan-jessup/
Success Academy: http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/14/health/school-conversation-about-race-trnd/index.html