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Episode 097 - The Other Side w/Sophia Stoller

The No Proscenium Podcast

Release Date: 05/05/2017

Episode 284: The VRChat Prefabs Community show art Episode 284: The VRChat Prefabs Community

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This week we talk with VRChat worldbuilders CyanLaser and Fionna, who are both part of the team that created the award-winning The Devouring VRChat experience and are admins of the VRC Prefabs Community: a collective of creators doing innovative work in the user-generated virtual worlds of VRChat.

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Episode 283: Sarah Ellis of The RSC talks ‘Dream’ show art Episode 283: Sarah Ellis of The RSC talks ‘Dream’

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Sarah Ellis, Director of Digital Development for The Royal Shakespeare Company joins us to talk about 'Dream' the upcoming experimental live-streamed performance that merges live actors, the Unreal Engine, and an audience feedback loop to create a first-of-its-kind interactive performance delivered to desktops and mobile devices.

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Episode 282: Darkfield Radio show art Episode 282: Darkfield Radio

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David Rosenberg and Glen Neath, the co-directors of Darkfield Radio join us for an in-depth discussion of the art of spatial audio and audience-centered design. Darkfield creates some of the most amazing immersive work, and the delivery method is a pair of headphones.  This is a can't-miss episode of the podcast.

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Episode 280: XR Live – Theatre & VR Part Three show art Episode 280: XR Live – Theatre & VR Part Three

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Continuing our three-part series focusing on the emerging art form of VR Theatre. 

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Episode 280: XR Live – Theatre & VR Part Two show art Episode 280: XR Live – Theatre & VR Part Two

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Continuing our three-part series focusing on the emerging art form of VR Theatre. 

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Episode 279: XR Live - Theatre & VR (Part One) show art Episode 279: XR Live - Theatre & VR (Part One)

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This week we kick off a three-part series focusing on the emerging art form of VR Theatre. 

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Episode 278: Sundance New Frontier 2021 show art Episode 278: Sundance New Frontier 2021

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It's 2021 and the Sundance Film Festival is going where it hasn't gone before: ONLINE.

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Episode 277: The 2020 NoPro Awards show art Episode 277: The 2020 NoPro Awards

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Welcome to "The Immies." The first-ever No Proscenium awards for Outstanding Achievements in Immersive & Experiential Production are hereby unleashed upon the world.  This episode features both our juried awards and the Audience Choice Awards, as presented by members of the NoPro editorial board and staff: Kevin Gossett, Laura Hess, Patrick McLean, Blake Weil, Executive Editor Kathryn Yu, and Publisher Noah Nelson. The various categories were limited to work that was accessible online, by telephone or post so as to create a somewhat level pool of candidates. Location-based experiences...

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Episode 276: 2020 End of Year Journalist's Roundtable show art Episode 276: 2020 End of Year Journalist's Roundtable

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This week Noah and Kathryn are joined by: Kent Bye of the Voices of VR Podcast; Todd Martens of The Los Angeles Times; Alexis Soloski, contributor to The New York Times; and Scott Stein, Editor-At-Large of CNET to talk about their encounters in the immersive world in 2020.

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Episode 275: Wolves in the Walls w/Pete Billington of Fable show art Episode 275: Wolves in the Walls w/Pete Billington of Fable

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This week we're honored to have Pete Billington, writer & director of 'Wolves in the Walls,' the VR adaptation of Neil Gaiman & Dave McKean's beloved story as our guest. Pete is one of the co-founders of Fable, which not only created Wolves, but are now pioneering in the realm of virtual beings.

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The LA immersive renaissance is really heating up, and choreographer Sophia Stoller is bringing some stunning dance chops to the table this month with her piece 'The Other Side,' which uses some infamous experiments in social control as her inspiration.

We dive into the inspiration for the show and Stoller's craft... and you get a nice dose of news, notes, and an old fashioned Noah rant after the interview proper.

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