The Renaissance "It Couple" Colton Penwell and Maddie Beer dish about Hot Mess the Musical, some of their funniest moments on stage, and why they love performing at the Ren.
An open marriage, a forgotten concerto, and a closeted composer... if you've ever thought for a second that classical music is boring, your mind will be completely changed when you listen to this week's podcast with the brilliant Mark Sebastian Jordan as he tells some of the stories about the music on our next Mansfield Symphony concert. (Mark will tell more stories like these at Symphony Chat with Mark Sebastian Jordan - you won't want to miss it!)
The second of three candidates for the Mansfield Symphony Music Director position, Octavio Más-Arocas sits down to talk about his love for music, what it's like to be married to someone who is also a conductor, and tomato fights in this episode.
Condrea Webber, star of the upcoming production of Sister Act: The Musical, tells us the story of when she fell in love with performing, how she balances work, life, and singing, and we reveal our 2017 Summer Musical title!
Note: We had an issue with our audio on this episode, so the sound quality is a little sup-bar. Our apologies!
The chefs of Altered Eats share mishaps in the kitchen, discuss their food philosophies, their favorite foods to cook and eat, and what guests can expect at the pre-concert dinner on February 18th.
Mansfield Youth Theatre (MY Theatre) director Dauphne Maloney and Renaissance Youth Opera Theatre (RYOT) director Lori Turner discuss their love for the performing arts, why they love working with youth in a performance setting, and what distinguishes their programs.
Cast members Jo Scott and Adam Schreck from the upcoming prodcution of The Second City's Game Night talk about how they got into improv comedy, the Chicago improv comedy experience, and share some of their most hilarious and embarrassing moments on stage.
Renaissance President and CEO Mike Miller and Chairman of the Board of the Renaissance, Rand Smith, sit down to discuss the highlights of 2016, some exciting plans for 2017, and make a BIG announcement!
Maestro Carl Topilow reveals what made him fall in love with music, confesses his most embarrassing on-stage moment, and his secrets to creating successful symphonies.
Renaissance Director of Development Jessica Dulle and Colleen Cook, Director of Marketing, discuss why the Renaissance needs to raise money, the programs supported by the Annual Fund Campaign, and the exciting $100,000 Annual Fund Campaign with $50,000 in Matching Grants.
Produced by the Renaissance Performing Arts Association. Theme music is "Hope of Something Different" by the band Trouper. You can learn more about the Renaissance by visiting MansfieldTickets.com.