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Performing Arts

Theatre, Musical Theatre, Film, Opera, and other performing arts.

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A Look at the work and music of the late, great Harry Dean Stanton who was seen in such films as "Alien","Paris, Texas", and "The Green Mile".  Harry Dean Stanton's drooping, weather-beaten appearance and superb acting talent have been his ticket to appearing in over 100 films, and 50 TV episodes.

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THEATRE IN PARIS was born from the observation that Paris is a world capital of theatre along with New York and London. However, most people ignore it because of the language barrier. We decided to offer selected plays from the Paris theatre season with English subtitles so that many more people can enjoy them. See the trailer of one their breathtaking shows - LES VIRTUOSES - here: http://bit.ly/2x2OlIC 

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A replay of In the Green Room, 10th March. 2017. 

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September 1, 2017

Episode 28 - Celia Maurice

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This week Ray interviews Celia Maurice, a San Francisco based, award winning actor. You are listening to Wave Radio.

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Today, Ray tells you about his week as an actor in San Francisco. What is it like to continually put yourself out there looking for the next acting gig? Listen and find out! 

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This week Ray talks about what it’s like to actually rehearse a play and then perform in from of a live audience. Ray discusses the sheer terror of the first performance and the development of a play over time. 

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Mr. Shepard, one of the most important and influential writers of his generation, specialised in capturing the darker sides of American family life. Sam was an award winning playwright, an academy award nominated actor, and a true artistic genius. 

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Ray is on holiday so this is a replay of "In the Green Room with Ray Renati - Shakespeare 101. 24th March, 2017" 

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A great lover of the dramatic arts, Marie-Antoinette eventually grew tired of the temporary stages knocked together for performances in the gallery of the Grand Trianon and the orangery of the Petit Trianon. Once she had decided to commission her personal architect Richard Mique to build her a real theatre, work was completed in spring 1780, and the official inauguration was on 1 June. 

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This is a re-run of an earlier podcast about actors and our amusing superstitions. 

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