Phil Rickaby is on a quest to learn as much about the Canadian theatre world as he can: Who are the people who work in theatre? What is unique about theatre communities across Canada? What is it like to be a theatremaker in Canada? What are the important issues the industry faces? Each week Phil talks to mainstream creators you may have heard of, or indie artists you should really know, all to find out what it takes to be…Stageworthy.
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I had the privilege of being on Stageworthy podcast recently. Before I was featured this podcast was my in on hearing what Canadian artists have to say about their shows and also reflect on the Canadian theatre scene in general. There’s no one else doing this - this podcast is so important! If you want to be in the know about the great minds working in Canadian theatre, Stageworthy podcast is the place to go. Thank you Phil for providing this incredible service!
Canadian theatre, and the theatre industry in general, are changing. And if you are an artist or an audience member you need to keep track of those changes. Nowhere is there a better theatre podcast the Stageworthy. Phil is an artist but he’s also a really great interviewer and host. Listen to this! It’s just fantastic.
Interesting discussions with interesting people about the ways in which they - we - tell stories. Theatre is storytelling, and the stories about how we make theatre, what stories we tell and how and why, can be fascinating in themselves.
Phil brings together theatre people with a wide range of lived experiences to have frank, insightful, entertaining conversations about the industry. He is an experienced, charming, and knowledgeable interviewer. Highly recommend this podcast for anyone interested in theatre creation.
Really nice to feel like I’m sitting in on these intelligent conversations with folks to not only can talk about it, but can actually do it.
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Stageworthy launched 8 years ago and published 381 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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