In this episode of Under This Light we rediscover our cultural legacy, wade through the quagmires of academic Shakespeare, and are stopped on the way to the bathroom by our favorite Civil Rights leader.
In this episode with Keith Hamilton Cobb, we peel back the racial layers in Shakespeare’s Othello; breathe life into a cartoon; decide which plays to cut from the canon; excavate the Bard’s eternal gifts; and travel back in time to rewrite history.
In this episode of Under This Light we delve into the revelations of solo performance with artist, activist, writer, director Sara Porkalob. She teases us with Broadway; strips supremacy from Shakespeare; and makes a life-altering choice with a family dragon.
In this episode Carey Wong (Scenic Designer, Visual Artist, Adjunct Professor) shares his experience as the only Asian-American boy in an all-white school during integration; talks about his love-affair with opera; his ideas for scaling Shakespeare for smaller stages; and muses about a futuristic production in the clouds.
In episode 1 of the Under This Light podcast series, we learn from Dr Nike Imoru how differently Brits and Americans approach Shakespeare; how her studio – The Actor’s Way – incorporates the psychotherapeutic principles of Wilhelm Reich; and we receive a hallowed visit from a Shakespearean ghost.