This month Woodzick talks with the writer of ‘Amani’ about Black futures, expansive visions of gender, and how an archivist can be an activist.
Proposed drag bans aren’t really about drag but about transphobia and homophobia. And they aren’t just threatening marginalized people and their livelihoods—they’re also attacking an art and a form of free expression.
This month Woodzick talks to Denver-based director and playwright Mykai Eastman about EDI work, directorial philosophy, and audience engagement.
In casting Jonathan Larson’s musical with all TGNC actors, director Bo Frazier’s new BoHo Theatre production not only brings new layers to the show—it also provides an example for others to follow.
This month Woodzick talks to the leader of Boulder’s square product theatre, who also teaches theatre at Hamilton College, about making and training theatre without perpetuating damage.
This month Woodzick talks with the singer-songwriter-dancer about his new show and album ‘English With an Accent,’ an allegory about immigration and transformation.
This month Woodzick talks to the singer-songwriter about growing up gay, playing the guitar, looking for role models, and her new musical, ‘F*ck7thGrade.’
This month Woodzick talks to the multi-hyphenate, multi-spirited Nigerian American poet and performer about their new book ‘Black Body Amnesia.’
On this episode, Woodzick speaks to 2 non-binary actors currently performing in repertory at Utah Shakespeare Festival.
This month Woodzick talks to the founder of the Bearded Ladies Cabaret about her origin story, gender cannibals, and the fine art of hosting.