Turning the tables, Michael Thomas interviews Colleen Cook as she prepares to leave the Renaissance for a new opportunity after six years with the organization.
Mansfield Symphony Orchestra Music Director Octavio Más-Arocas and Symphony Operations Director share the behind-the-scenes details about the upcoming concerts with Roger and Henry on "Roger & Henry Talk About It."
Listen to more Roger & Henry at randomactsofradio.com
iHeartMedia's Rusty Cates interviews Renaissance President and CEO Mike Miller about the 90th Anniversary of the Ohio Theatre for iHeartMedia's "Insight."
Renaissance President and CEO reviews a few of the highlights of 2017 and gives a look ahead at what to expect in 2018.
To learn more about the Renaissance 90th Anniversary, visit mansfieldtickets.com/90
View the video showing the transformation of 166 Park Ave West: https://youtu.be/KaNA-PZuZyI
To participate in the Renaissance Annual Fund Campaign visit mansfieldtickets.com/give
The podcast will take a break from our regular schedule until March, as Colleen goes on maternity leave. Catch up on missed episodes and watch for a few bonuses in your feed in the meantime.
Neos Dance Theatre Founder and Artistic Director Bobby Wesner tells stories about his life growing up on a farm north of Ashland, how Neos has evolved over the years, and what to expect in this season's production of A 1940s Nutcracker in this delightful conversation.
Article about Neos in The Atlantic: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2017/06/the-end-of-forgetting/524523/
Courtney Marie Andrews "Rookie Dreaming" https://open.spotify.com/track/6vdrUkDohcxuHWKcrkIchW
WMAN's Rusty Cates (who also happens to be playing the Narrator in A Christmas Story the Musical) goes backstage with some of the cast to talk about the show, what brought them to the cast, and what the audience can look forward to this weekend!
Originally aired on iHeartMedia's WMAN November 3, 2017 at 8:20 AM.
Meet Ryan Shealy, one of our newest staff members at the Renaissance. His job is all about making the audience experience great from start to finish. He tells us about his theatrical background, his new ideas for the Renaissance, and why he loves being a part of the team!
Renaissance Choreographer Shannon Maloney tells the story of how she ended up in the performing arts, how theatre is the same in New York, on tour, and in Mansfield, and what goes into choreographing a musical.
Performer, music teacher, and music director Kelly Knowlton gives some tips for nailing your musical theatre audition, shares some common pitfalls of auditioning, and gives some insight into what goes into the preparation for music directing a show.
Further reading on auditioning: http://mansfieldtickets.com/learn-more/blog/pro-tips-for-auditioning-for-theatre/
Richland Source reporter Brittany Schock gives us the scoop on Richland Source, solutions journalism, the infant mortality issue in our county, and the Listening Post that the Renaissance and Richland Source partnered to create and how it will be used.