Such Great Heights, Such Sweet Sorrow

Such Great Heights, Such Sweet Sorrow

 
 
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Your host tells a teen love story…of her own.

Special-Mini-Bonus-Episode!

Special-Mini-Bonus-Episode!

 
 
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Ever wonder who Mercutio and the Nurse take as lovers? Well wonder no more! R&J cast and other special guests talk about their characters’ love lives and the authenticity of love in Romeo and Juliet.

Yet a Stranger in the World

Yet a Stranger in the World

 
 
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In this episode, Kellie talks to an actual teenager about young love and stuff.

The Next Episode Comes Anon.

The Next Episode Comes Anon.

 
 
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This Friday, we’ll release Episode 3 of A Pod of One’s Own. Listen now for a sneak peak!

Two Blushing Pilgrims

Two Blushing Pilgrims

 
 
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This episode is about queer young love.

Episode 2 is Coming

Episode 2 is Coming

 
 
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This Friday, we’ll release episode 2 of A Pod of One’s Own. Listen now for a sneak peek. (Spoiler: it’s super queer).

Seek Happy Nights to Happy Days

Seek Happy Nights to Happy Days

 
 
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Kellie interviews Anthony Martinez-Briggs about the one he fell for first and the one he fell for last.

Special Announcement

Special Announcement

 
 
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Happy holidays! We at the Wilma have some exciting news for you!

Family Finale!

Family Finale!
Apodcalypse Apococast

 
 
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In this season finale episode, Kellie talks to her Mom and her cousin Tom about flu clinics, post-apocalyptic pets, and the persistence of life. 

Catching the Tail of Mr. Burns: an Interview with Director Yury Urnov

Russian director Yury Urnov is directing Anne Washburn’s Mr. Burns: a Post Electric Play for the Wilma. We were first introduced to Yury through Woolly Mammoth Theatre in DC, where he is a company member, and his astonishing production of Guillermo Calderon’s play Kiss (which Yury directed again this summer in Siberia). Since that time, Yury has led several sessions with the Wilma’s HotHouse company. We’re delighted to finally have his work on our stage. Wilma Dramaturg Walter Bilderback interviewed Yury on September 29, near the end of the first week of rehearsals for Mr. Burns. They discussed Yury’s concept for the play, the need for art, and the importance of acting companies, among other topics. This interview has been edited for clarity.

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