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G.L. and Larry Stark
January 31, 2010 05:48 PM PST
G.L. spoke to Larry Stark, of Theater Mirror, a while back and I'm just getting around to posting SOME of the hour and a half they recorded. More will come along later. For those of you just joining us, I'd like to recommend you work your way back from the top, rather than forward from the bottom. That way you get the better shows first.
January 03, 2010 04:09 PM PST
We posted the earlier part of this discussion a while back, the part with G.L. talking with Donna Spector, Anne Pecaro and Farzana Moon. This is the second half of the conversation, G.L. is talking with Vicki Cheatwood and Mrinalini Kamath.Interview with ICWP's Jan Watts
November 05, 2009 03:26 PM PST
On a sunny Sunday in October, the International Centre for Women Playwrights' Board Secretary, Jan Watts of Birmingham England, was in Boston visiting family. She had a few hours free to meet with Geralyn and, after a walking tour of Boston's Emerald Necklace, Back Bay, and the Common, to record an interview about her theatrical adventures and her plans for a cooperative project between ICWP and the New Plays programme of the Birmingham Rep.A Conversation with Alan Woods
September 27, 2009 06:11 PM PDT
On the way home from the ICWP Summer Retreat, G.L. recorded a conversation she had with Professor Alan Woods. They started out talking about the retreat, then moved on to more generic theatrical topics. That conversation is followed by my reading of a monolog from G.l.Horton's Stage Page Web Site, from the mouth-offs page.Return from the I.C.W.P. Retreat
September 12, 2009 05:39 PM PDT
Several of the playwrights got together toward the end of the Retreat and discussed the what, why and how as they enjoyed it.ICWP Retreat 2009
August 14, 2009 10:34 AM PDT
G.L. talks about the imminent I.C.W.P. Retreat she is about to attend at OSU. Oh, and I read another monolog!S.W.A.N. Day - Interview
March 16, 2009 12:56 PM PDT
G.L. talks with Regina Eliot-Ramsey about the upcoming S.W.A.N. Day presentation - 2 PM, Saturday, 28 March, Boston Playwrights' Theater.S.W.A.N. Day - Staying Alive
March 03, 2009 03:44 PM PST
Geralyn reads the short play she will be reading at the S.W.A.N. Day presentation, Saturday, the 28th of March, at the Boston Playwright's Theater.StagePage.Info: Our Voices Together
May 02, 2008 12:43 PM PDT
In this interview, Regina Eliot-Ramsey speaks with Geralyn about the Our Voices Together showcase, the ICWP, Playwright's Platform and the Platform's showcase, and Geralyn's experience Off Broadway with Martha Mitchell.Martha - When and Where
April 10, 2008 04:47 PM PDT
This past Sunday I announced that Geralyn will be performing Martha Mitchell just Off-Broadway in a bit over a week. Actually, did I even give the date? And I got the name of the theater wrong. It's the West End Theater, 263 West 86th Street, NYC - that's an easy walk from the corner of Broadway and West End Ave. April 19th, at 8 PM or April 20th at 3 PM.
Hope you can make it.
Podcast SummaryInterviews and readings of monologs and short pieces taken from the hundreds available on G.L.Horton's web site - StagePage.Info - and available for free to students and to actors for use as audition pieces.
I'm David Meyer. I produce and MC the shows G.L., the playwright, is Geralyn, my wife. Her web site, StagePage [http://www.StagePage.info/], gets over a thousand visitors on an average day. I'm the techie, the one with the computer skills and the background in radio (two or three 'years' back), and I get to create the shows. Shows about Real Theater. About Art - a Performing Art - and it includes the works of artists - works you can't find anywhere else. Geralyn wants to have one of her plays produced. What she has are requests to do her monologues. This is nice, good feedback, but anyone is welcomed to use the monologues for school or for auditions. A year ago, most of her monologues [http://www.stagepage.info/monologs/_monologs.html] were taken from her longer works - longer speeches that may require a little set-up. Then she started taking snippets of over-heard conversations, blogs, and other source material and turning them into One-Minute Mouth-Offs [http://www.stagepage.info/mouthoffs/oneminutemonologues.html]. Some she agrees with, some not. Some the originators might recognize, some not at all.
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