This week Lacey chats with Kate Galvin, Artistic Director of Cardinal Stage. Join the conversation to hear about Cardinal’s challenges in the pandemic and its site-specific, Walkabout Radio Plays!
In this Herald-Times article, learn more about Cardinal’s upcoming Theatrical Teaching in a Digital World Workshop – free for all educators!
Cardinal Stage presents a FREE workshop series on Theatrical Teaching for educators. Learn more about this three-part workshop series and how to attend here!
The Monroe County Public Library was a big help to playwright Liam Castellan for his Walkabout Radio Play, “Predisposed to Violins.” Check out his love letter to the library here. See the three big ways MCPL was helpful to Liam’s script, plus an adorable photo of him and his new dogs!
Wondering what goes into the creation of our Walkabout Radio Plays? Learn more in this HT article, featuring interviews with Sound Designer Robert Hornbostel and actor Steve Scott.
Check out this Herald-Times article on Cardinal’s “Swing into Spring” cabaret. Learn more about the artists behind the performance and how they are adapting for a virtual format.
Get an inside look at our upcoming Swing into Spring cabaret with this article, featuring interviews with director Kate Galvin and cabaret performer Maggie Lynn Held.
Connie Shakalis | HT Columnist Sunday, March 7, 2021 The artistic director of one of your town’s professional theaters asks you to write a play. Very cool. Except the play must revolve around Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, and although you have drunk deeply...
Check out this IDS article on Cardinal’s Spring Walkabout Radio Play series, “Sherlock in BTown” – with exclusive interviews from the playwrights and director!