Sunday, November 4, 2018
Episode 71, “Replay of interview with Zack Allen, director of Knoxville Children’s Theatre” from 2012
Here is an excerpt from one of the first episodes of The Sounds of Knoxville Theatre Podcast, from Episode 4 way back in 2012. It's an interview with Zack Allen, the director of the then-Children's Theatre of Knoxville. Sadly we lost Zack very recently and Knoxville's theatre world is still reeling. An extremely moving Celebration of Life was held for Zack at Clarence Brown Theatre on November 4th, and stories were shared of his immense influence on the children, parents and the theatre community of Knoxville and beyond. I hope you enjoy hearing some of his own thoughts on his life and the important place he held children's theatre. He will be greatly missed.
Friday, June 15, 2018
This week I am very honored to speak with Knoxville native and recent Tony Award-winning producer of Once On This Island, Ashlee Latimer, as she tells about growing up and learning to love theatre in Knoxville, following her dream to New York to work on Broadway and what it's like to win a Tony Award. Plus a lot of shows continuing this weekend, "Shieks and Shakes" and a Creative Resume workshop. Episode 70 is online, "Tony Award-winning Producer Ashlee Latimer."
Posted by Barry Wallace at 1:47 AM
Thursday, June 7, 2018
This is the podcast all about theatre in Knoxville and the surrounding counties. This week we preview productions and auditions for the week of June 8-14, 2018. Episode 69 is online!
Coming up this week in the Knoxville area:
- Singing in the Rain, Jr
- The Legend of Georgia McBride
- Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
- Knoxville Theatre Slam and Holler PAC Launch Party
- Into the Woods
- Sordid Lives
Posted by Barry Wallace at 11:29 PM