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BONUS: The Open Mic Podcast with Octavio Más-Arocas

Noah Jones, staff reporter for the Richland Source, is also host of The Open Mic Podcast.  In this episode, Noah talks with the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra conductor and director, Octavio Más-Arocas. 

Roger and Henry Talk to the Cast of Mamma Mia

From Roger & Henry Talk About It, the Renaissance Mamma Mia! cast, part of the Richland Bank Broadway Series, talk about the upcoming shows on March 2-3 & 9-10, 2019.

Spectacular Russians with Mark Sebastian Jordan

With the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra's "Russian Spectacular" concert approaching on February 9, 2019, Mark Sebastian Jordan stepped into the studio to give you insider information on the Russian composers featured on the concert, in particular on Pyotr Tchaikovsky and his masterpiece, Symphony No. 4.

The episode was recorded in the new Podcast studio of Idea Works in Mansfield, Ohio.  Idea+Works: Where Plans Come Together

Henry from “Roger and Henry Talk About It” talks to the cast of RYOT’s “Hot Mikado”

An interview with the Director and Cast of the upcoming Renaissance Youth Opera Theatre with Henry from "Roger and Henry Talk About It".  Performances on January 26 & 27, 2019.

Partners for the Wild World of Animals

 

On January 12, 2019 the Renaissance will present the Wild World of Animals with Grant Kemmerer and Friends.  This event is sponsored in part by two amazing organizations; Little Buckeye Children's Museum and Ohio Bird Sanctuary.

Gail Laux, Fred Boll, and Suzanna Hammond talk about what their organizations do, and why this collaboration and event is really important to their missions and to your children and families.

The episode was recorded in the new Podcast studio of Idea Works in Mansfield, Ohio.  Idea+Works: Where Plans Come Together

Henry and Roger from Random Acts of Radio talk to Maestro Octavio Más-Arocas

Henry and Roger from Random Acts of Radio talk to Maestro Octavio Más-Arocas about the upcoming Mansfield Symphony Orchestra "Holiday Pops" concert on December 15, 2018, as well as his own Holiday experiences from his childhood in Spain.  "Holiday Pops" is part of the OhioHealth Symphony Series.

The Haunted Renaissance

Just in time for Halloween is our special episode on the hauntings of Renaissance Theatre.  Our guests are Mark Jordan, who many of you know as our extraordinary music historian, and Annie Tarpley who are members of the group History & Haunts.  Prepare to get spooked as they discuss their paranormal investigations at the Renaissance and a few other locations.  You will hear actual EVPs that call out Mark's name, and even a "scream", to name a few.

If you want to enjoy your Halloween at the Renaissance, come to Symphony Spooktacular on October 28th at 3:00 PM!

The episode was recorded in the new Podcast studio of Idea Works in Mansfield, Ohio.  Idea+Works: Where Plans Come Together

Family Film Series at the Renaissance

Guests Ryan Shealy of the Renaissance and Jessica Hiser of Spherion Staffing talk about the upcoming, and new, Family Film Series.  This isn't just a podcast giving you dates and names.  Ryan and Jessica give you some great trivia about the films and why this is going to be great for our community! The movies discussed are Hocus Pocus on October 14, The Muppet Christmas Carol on December 16, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory on March 17, and Raiders of the Lost Ark on June 2.

The episode was recorded in the new Podcast studio of Idea Works in Mansfield, Ohio.  Idea+Works: Where Plans Come Together

The Light in the Piazza Cast

Members of The Light in the Piazza cast, which is the first production in the new Ren stage called Theatre 166, chat it up about the musical, their approach, and what this experience will be for the Renaissance audience.  And, yes, we get TWO songs on this podcast from the show! 

Guests: Maddie Beer, Michael Miller, Ryan Shreve, Michael Thomas and Lori Turner.

The episode was recorded in the new Podcast studio of Idea Works in Mansfield, Ohio.  Idea+Works: Where Plans Come Together

Speaking of the Arts: Episode 39: Why arts organizations should do podcasts!

Mike Epstein gave us permission to share this episode which is a live recording from the recent Arts Midwest conference in Indianapolis. He covers all sorts of great topics such as why should an arts organization do a podcast in the first place, what are the technical aspects involved with producing a podcast, how to think about podcast content, and marketing your podcast. 

 

You can find Mike's podcast by clicking here.