|Two Bards, One Mic|
Intro music by Randall Marsh
Description: Weeks in Review; The Watchmen; BQotW; Questions and Answers.
+ Kobe Bryant, 13-year-old daughter killed in helicopter crash (WashingtonPost)
0:02:24. Weeks in Review.
+ Burns Supper (wikipedia)
+ Shakesqueer Casting Call (backstage)
+ Terms of Endearment (tacomalittletheatre)
0:15:00. Watchmen discussion **SPOILER WARNING**
+ Watchmen (IMDB)
0:31:42. More Weeks in Review
+ True West (SeattleRep)
+ Shepard & Dark (IMDB)
+[out of sync] Dice Tower Theatre Podcast (Patreon)
BQotW#254: What is your New Year's Dissolution?
BQotW#255: "The Customer is always right." is now kinda bullshit. Should we do away with the concept? Discuss.
0:57:27. Rival Guy. Does integrating new technology into theatre expand the art form or needlessly blur the line between theatre and film?
1:08:18. Matthew Hunt. 3D movies, are they dead?
1:15:12. Douggie Sharp. Avatar sequels, is anyone excited to see them?
1:18:52. Rob MacLennan. Do you think the age of nuance and smart dialog in movies is done?
1:34:28. Casey Lee. I find SAG can be toxic to independent film makers and wonder if a counter union called the Independent Actors Guild run by people like the Bards would not be a greatly positive thing for actors that are not lighting cigars with c-notes.
1:44:50. Casey Lee. What was your favorite episode of The Mandalorian?
1:46:39. Matthew Hunt. Favorite or preferred late night talk show host (past or present)?
Patreon support for this episode provided by...
Hawke Robinson, James Peters, Leslie Sedlak, Rob MacLennan, Stuart Hume, Zombie Orpheus Entertainment, Gordon D. Duke, Dennis Nichol, Jay Blancken, Casey Lee, Douggie Sharp, Laura Red Scott, Seth M. Davis, Todd McKimmey, Lotta Djerf, Tom Brophy, Laura Adams, James Herbert, Beau Prichard, Tim Martin, Brad Roberts, Jenifer Rifenbery, and Rival Guy.