SightlinesJul 07, 2021
106: The audience perspective with J. Deschene
Jake and J. come at virtual theatre from the audience point-of-view.
105: Kate Schnetzer on her move from live to virtual
College student Kate Schnetzer explains how she pivoted from live theatre to virtual when the pandemic hit, and how it affected her voiceover and directing work.
104: Acting for virtual theatre with Madison Sedlor
Madison walks us through the whole virtual acting process, from where to find auditions, the rehearsal and performance part of an online show, and how it compares to performing live.
103: Teaching virtual theatre in high school with Kathleen McKenzie
Public high school theatre teacher Kathleen McKenzie discusses how she pivoted during the past year of remote and hybrid teaching to deliver her lessons and stage several productions with virtual performance technology.
102: Directing the audio play "Ghost Town" with Kate Olson
Kate Olson, the writer and director of the audio play "Ghost Town," discusses her inspiration and process for creating this modern-day radio play.
101: Nicky Lowney - Virtual theatre playwright
Nicky Lowney, playwright of "My (Virtually) Perfect Roommate," talks about writing for this new medium of theatre.
A preview of the new podcast SIGHTLINES, from Jakespeare Virtual Theatre Company.