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Episode 273: Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge

The No Proscenium Podcast

Release Date: 11/20/2020

Episode 293: Javaad Alipoor (Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran) show art Episode 293: Javaad Alipoor (Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran)

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Javaad Alipoor is the co-director, writer, and one of the performers of Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran, an incredible multi-media theatre piece that links a constellation of Big Ideas into an incredibly human story.

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Episode 292: Sherwood & Nottingham Season 2 show art Episode 292: Sherwood & Nottingham Season 2

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Sherwood & Nottingham co-creator/director Nick Rheinwald-Jones and Supervising Creative Producer Shoshanna Green join host Noah Nelson to talk about the upcoming second season of the Robin Hood-themed alternate reality roleplaying experience.

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Episode 291: Spring Fling's Closing Session show art Episode 291: Spring Fling's Closing Session

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For the last session of this March's Spring Fling, we asked a few folks we knew had projects coming up to come give us a sneak peek, Comic-Con Hall H style.

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Special Episode: Stand With Asians show art Special Episode: Stand With Asians

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Stand With Asians is a community call to action that kicked off with a day of protest and programming on March 26, 2021 as a direct response to the mass shooting in Atlanta on March 16th, which came after a year of rising violence and discrimination targeting the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities here in the United States.

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Noah and Kathryn are joined by Patrick McLean (NoPro Chicago) and first time on the podcast Leah Davis (NoPro New England) to talk about what's been giving us hope of late.

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This week: just a quick touch-base about the media created for the , our , and all the various community projects that are ongoing including the work of , , and Artizen's .

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Episode 289: Artizen w/ René Pinnell  show art Episode 289: Artizen w/ René Pinnell

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Artizen is a community-powered grant platform that began as a project of Kaleidoscope, the immersive production studio that has navigated countless projects through the stormy seas of VR.

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Episode 288: Of The Night show art Episode 288: Of The Night

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Courtney Nichols & Blakeshine are the co-founders of Of The Night, a new experiential party-in-a-box company that evolved out of Nichols' work in LA – the beloved Disco Dining Club – and Blakeshine's work on the music festival circuit creating large scale experiences.

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Episode 287: Lou Doye show art Episode 287: Lou Doye

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Working out of England, Lou Doye is an executive producer in the immersive field whose projects often mix immersive theatre and immersive tech. Projects where XR meets the boards. She's also one of my favorite people to talk to, having met while working on the board for the Artizen Transformations Grant. On this episode of the show, Lou and I talk the business of immersive and as always it's an education for me. Plus a little bit about what The RSC's Dream was before the pandemic pivot. Show Notes

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Episode 286: Violeta Ayala, creator of Prison X show art Episode 286: Violeta Ayala, creator of Prison X

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Violeta Ayala's  Prison X — Chapter 1: The Devil and The Sun, stunned us at Sundance this year. The Quechua film and theatre-maker blended lessons learned from those disciplines to put the audience inside a Neo-Andean myth via VR. (Check out our enthusiastic review.)

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Jose Perez III and Alyssa Finley of ILMxLAB join us to talk about Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge, the latest release from Lucasfilm's pioneering immersive entertainment studio. The virtual reality experience dropped on the Oculus Quest platform this week, and we take a dive into what the studio has learned about storytelling in the new medium.

 

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