The final podcast of the first season from the Tower Theatre!
In our final podcast for this season, Landé Belo and Bianca Curaçao take over the reins … again! They tackle themes of diversity, social and cultural inclusion and using music as a tool to challenge the status quo. Bringing to you insightful and inspiring interviews with Karen Hope, Assistant Artistic Director at the Tower and Jair Rôhm Parker Wells, musical maestro and activist, who created the podcast takeover theme song, Tula’s Tambú. The episode includes a thought provoking drama section : Voices From The Past presenting great leaders in their own words. Featuring Sam Bulgin as Frederick Douglass, Marie-José Fulgence as Mary Seacole, Nancy P Touzé as Sojourner Truth and Bianca Curaçao as Mary Prince. Directed by Landé Belo.
As ever, a big thanks to our contributors and listeners, especially Jude Chalk, Lyndsay Bird, Angelika Mitchitsch and Ruth Sullivan for their responses to this episode’s listeners’ question.
Produced by Landé Belo, Bianca Curaçao and Colin Guthrie
Presented by Landé Belo and Bianca Curaçao
Edited by Colin Guthrie
Sound and Music by Colin Guthrie
Created by our members.
Recorded in isolation.
The Tower Theatre Podcast will return for the next season in September!
We want to make the podcast as collaborative as possible and are really keen for members to provide material and share their ideas. If you want to contribute to the podcast email Matt Cranfield and Angharad Ormond or follow us on Twitter and Instagram : @podcasttower.