Episode 38: Shelter: A One Billion Rising Event with Sarah Duclos, Catherine Stewart, and Clarice Perryman

February 6, 2018

All In with Pauline Hawkins

Shelter 6Sarah Duclos, artistic director, Catherine Stewart, co-director and writer, and Clarice Perryman, cast member and dancer join me on All In to talk about “SHELTER: A One Billion Rising Event.” SHELTER depicts the history of women seeking refuge, the emergence of shelters in the 1970s and where we as a nation stand on these issues today. Through dance, theatre and film, SHELTER amplifies the stories of real women, whose voices often go unheard, and explores the triumphs and challenges these vital services face. The event benefits Haven, a domestic violence shelter.

Song choices: 1st song: “I Wish You Were Here” by Pink Floyd (Catherine); 2nd song: “You Know Where to Find Me” by Imogen Heap (Clarice); 3rd song: “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” by Gil Scott Heron (Sarah)

To learn more about Haven, go to: https://havennh.org/

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Episode 8: Playing Controversial Characters with The Cast of Tape

June 27, 2017

All In with Pauline Hawkins

Cast of Tape 2

Molly Cooper, Tomer Oz, and Scott David Chase talk about choosing to do the controversial and provocative play Tape and about why this play is an important catalyst to the discussions that need to happen with our children and society in general.
Three songs that would be on their characters soundtrack: 1st song: “Wear your wounds” by Wear your wounds for “Vince”; 2nd song: “Stuck Here Again” by L7 for “Amy”; and 3rd song: “We used to be friends” by the Dandy Warhols for John.