Manage episode 255714988 series 1179713
The second summer of conversations recorded at the Sewanee Writers' Conference continues with playwright Rachel Bonds, who tells James about finding her voice in a one-act, using jealousy as a job coach, being on the writing treadmill, and recognizing the struggles of those close to us. Plus, actor and Performing Prose co-founder Sean McIntyre.
http://www.sewaneewriters.org/ 2020 Applications due March 15!
Rachel and James discuss:
Olivier Sultan (agent)
St. Andrew's-Sewanee School
Sean McIntyre: https://www.performingprose.com/
Sean and James discuss:
ROMEO AND JULIET by William Shakespeare
LES MISERABLES music by Claude-Monet Schonberg
"Master of the House"
THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA by Edward Albee
SLINGS AND ARROWS
The Stratford Festival
Anne RaySewanee Writers' Conference
Music courtesy of Bea Troxel from her album, THE WAY THAT IT FEELS: https://www.beatroxel.com/