Month: August 2016

Episode 16 – “Honestly, Most Bios Lie”

This episode of Authentic Audio is a stand alone story. I do this every couple of months to mix it up. In this story entitled “Honestly, My Bio is a Lie” I talk about layers of truth and lies that we create to conform to society and I reveal the real reason why I started doing this podcast.
That truth is found somewhere between a broken marriage, following my dreams and being a father. Is it possible to have it all? Or at least a little part of everything that leads to an authentic and complete life?

Episode 16 – “Honestly, Most Bios Lie”

This episode of Authentic Audio is a stand alone story. I do this every couple of months to mix it up. In this story entitled “Honestly, My Bio is a Lie” I talk about layers of truth and lies that we create to conform to society and I reveal the real reason why I started doing this podcast.
That truth is found somewhere between a broken marriage, following my dreams and being a father. Is it possible to have it all? Or at least a little part of everything that leads to an authentic and complete life?

Episode 15- Terrence Spivey

Terrence Spivey was the Artistic Director of Karamu House (the oldest African-American theatre in the country) for nearly 13 years. After parting ways with the company a few months ago he is now a free agent and is directing plays including the upcoming “Objectively/Reasonable” (a docu-play about the Tamir Rice shooting). I recorded our conversation in an empty rehearsal hall for the upcoming play in the Waterloo Arts District located Cleveland’s Collinwood neighborhood. We talked about how growing up isolated in rural Texas helped shape Terrence’s artistic future and explored his time working at art house cinemas in New York City as he honed his skills as a director. Finally, we discuss how he is approaching the raw and emotionally charged material surrounding Tamir Rice and using theater as activism to provide new perspective to audiences.

*More info & tickets to “Objectively/Reasonable” HERE:

Objectively/Reasonable

This episode is sponsored by
www.seeingplacetheater.org

​All original music by:
Ken Wendt D.M.A
www.filmmyart.com

Episode 15- Terrence Spivey

Terrence Spivey was the Artistic Director of Karamu House (the oldest African-American theatre in the country) for nearly 13 years. After parting ways with the company a few months ago he is now a free agent and is directing plays including the upcoming “Objectively/Reasonable” (a docu-play about the Tamir Rice shooting). I recorded our conversation in an empty rehearsal hall for the upcoming play in the Waterloo Arts District located Cleveland’s Collinwood neighborhood. We talked about how growing up isolated in rural Texas helped shape Terrence’s artistic future and explored his time working at art house cinemas in New York City as he honed his skills as a director. Finally, we discuss how he is approaching the raw and emotionally charged material surrounding Tamir Rice and using theater as activism to provide new perspective to audiences.

*More info & tickets to “Objectively/Reasonable” HERE:

Objectively/Reasonable

This episode is sponsored by
www.seeingplacetheater.org

​All original music by:
Ken Wendt D.M.A
www.filmmyart.com