In a world filled with contentious noise theater is a place to be quiet and listen. Join hosts Phil Johnson and Clifton Holznagel as they dissect Portland Theater and performing arts through a series of interviews with local creators. With their own theater pasts, these two unconventional interviewers take a deep dive into the inspiration and creative processes of each guest as well getting their perspective on popular topics. Each interview brings insight and levity to the relatively obscure world of the Portland art scene. Radical Listening is produced by CoHo productions and Virtual Sonic Reality Studios in Portland OR and can be streamed on Soundcloud, Spotify, and Apple podcasts.
S1E11 - Damaras Webb and La'Tevin Alexander05/03/2020 Duración: 01h30min
We discuss "Pipeline" Confrontation Theatre's co production with Portland Playhouse. We also talk about Viewpoints movement technique and the Coronavirus.
S1E10 - Guests Connery MacRae & Tom Mounsey22/02/2020 Duración: 58min
The Found Dog Ribbon Dance play centers around Norma (a professional cuddler/reluctant dog-rescuer) and Norm (an amateur ribbon-dancer/attentive barista) who navigate loneliness, vulnerability, the music of Whitney Houston, a collection of eccentric characters, and the healing power of human connection. A sweet and funny Pacific Northwest curiosity by Reed College alum Dominic Finocchiaro.
S1E9 - Radical Listening Podcast: Cristi Miles and Rebecca Lingafelter17/01/2020 Duración: 01h08min
Four women reveal themselves, their histories written on the body. Compulsion and Embarrassment wander the garden in their socks. They rage at the humdrum, giggle about dying, fall down and up. Truth seeps between words and we stumble upon Beckett secrets that have been hiding in the open all along. In this episode we discuss the Portland Experimental Theater Ensembles production of "Beckett Women", a collection of four of Samuel Becketts short plays.
S1E8 - Guests Brittany K. Allen and Chip Miller16/11/2019 Duración: 01h34min
Today we sit down with the playwright and director of the world premiere production of Redwood. We talk at length about the play as well as how it connects to black identity and trauma. In "Headlines" we compare theater to film and our guests explain why they prefer theater. If you enjoy the show be sure to like it, share it and subscribe for more episodes. Also stream Radical Listening now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Google play!
S1E7 - Guests Kate Duffly and Samson Syharath03/11/2019 Duración: 40min
On this episode we interview Kate Duffly and Samson Syharath about their production of the horror play "The Brothers Paranormal by Prince Gomolvilas.
S1E6 - Guests Paul Hornschemeier and Jennifer Lin07/10/2019 Duración: 01h12min
Episode Notes We sit down with Jennifer Lin and Paul Hornschemeier to talk about the process of adapting a graphic novel to a visual theater experience. We also talk about https://www.forlornfunnies.com/ and the impact Marvel movies and caffeine have on our society.
S1E5 - Guests Julana Torres and Brian Shnipper14/09/2019 Duración: 58min
Episode Notes We talk to the director and star of MALA by Melinda Lopez. We talk everything from process to monopoly and cancel culture. Hope you enjoy!
S1E4 - The Philip Cuomo episode30/08/2019 Duración: 01h08min
Episode Notes In this episode we talk to Coho artistic director and Radical Listening Co-producer Philip Cuomo.
S1E3 - Guest Isaac Lamb30/08/2019 Duración: 28min
Episode Notes In this episode we speak to Issac Lamb about his latest directing project for Third Rail Theater company "Arlington".
S1E2 - Guests Bayley Brown and Julia Brandenberger30/08/2019 Duración: 52min
Episode Notes We talk about The Institute for Contemporary Performance's (ICP)new show "Lost. Found.", what it means to be a clown and survive as an artist, and "Meatless" burgers.
S1E1 - Guests Bobby Bermea and Anthony Lam30/08/2019 Duración: 01h13min
Episode Notes We talk about Beirut Weddings new show "Jesus Hopped the A Train", working in theater, twitter, and Damian Lillards epic shot