Theaterology: A.C.T.'s Podcast
Theaterology, American Conservatory Theater’s podcast, offers listeners a behind-the-scenes look at the productions of San Francisco’s Tony Award–winning theater. Released on the 1st and 15th of every month, Theaterology will feature everything from interviews with artists and experts to illuminating analyses of the themes explored in A.C.T.’s plays. These engaging and delightful podcasts offer audiences invaluable background on the plays they love, insight into the world of theater, and compelling information about the rigorous process of taking a play from the page to the stage. Accessible, informative, and entertaining, Theaterology is your audio-guide to American theater.
In addition to regularly scheduled episodes, keep your eyes peeled for special editions of Theaterology. These are live, onstage recordings of A.C.T.’s InterACT events, featuring pre- and postshow conversations with producers, directors, playwrights, actors, and others who are intimately connected to our productions and the artistic life of A.C.T.
You can subscribe and listen to our podcasts on SoundCloud.
Publications Manager Simon Hodgson explores the haunting history of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
On Jan 17, 2017 A.C.T. Artistic Director Carey Perloff sat down with author Khaled Hosseini and
adapter Ursula Rani Sarma at A.C.T.'s Geary Theater to discuss transforming the bestselling novel
for the stage. Listen to their full conversation:
On Feb 7, 2017, A.C.T.'s resident dramaturg Michael Paller and playwright Ursula Rani Sarma
sat down before the performance of A Thousand Splendid Suns to discuss the process of adapting
the novel for stage and answer questions from the audiences at A.C.T.'s Geary Theater. Listen to
the full conversation, brought to you by KDFC, the Bay Area's listener-supported classical radio station:
A.C.T. Publications Associate Shannon Stockwell interviews novelist Khaled Hosseini about
his bestselling novel A Thousand Splendid Suns and its journey to the stage:
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