Thursday, April 10, 2008

Webcasts On-Demand

Yesterday's live webcast with Birmingham Conservatory graduates and Love's Labours Lost actors Ian Lake (Berowne) and Stacie Steadman (Jacquenetta) is now available on-demand.

Click the link (the video isn't available on the Festival's YouTube channel yet), and enjoy the q-and-a with the actors and pre-recorded segments with fight director John Stead and Birmingham Conservatory director Martha Henry.

While you're there, check out the past webcasts:

#1 General Director Antoni Cimolino, who hosts all webcasts, introduces the 2008 season.

#2 Director Peter Hinton reveals that Queen Elizabeth I will be making a personal appearance in the induction of The Taming of the Shrew (2008).

#3 Peter Donaldson (Friar Lawrence) answers questions about the Romeo and Juliet (2008) you have to see.

#4 Though he's "never been an actor afraid of going out on a limb", Bruce Dow (Emcee) seems a bit concerned that his role in Cabaret (2008) isn't defined in the script.

#5 Gareth Potter (Romeo) and Nikki M. James (Juliet) talk about the play and a bit about themselves. Lucy Peacock (Nurse) appears in a pre-taped interview.

#6 Designer Patrick Clark walks through the costume and scene shops preparing for a very exciting production of The Music Man (2008).

#7 Jonathan Goad (Harold Hill) and Leah Oster (Marian Paroo) misbehave during pre-recorded segments with Music Man director Susan Schulman. And a bit on camera.

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