Play The Goat : Podcast Edition

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Welcome to Play The Goat : Podcast Edition, theatre and poetry in a podcast

The Goats Theatre Company presents new short plays and poems by up and coming writers in the form of a podcast. Series One centres around the themes of Democracy, Civil Rights, Representation and Brexit.

Play The Goat : Podcast Edition Series One is available on the following podcast streaming platforms:

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Sinking in the Same Boat by Erin Mallon featuring Stephanie Ellyne and Richard Smith.

It's a beautiful spring afternoon in 2016. Nick is primed for a romantic row on the lake with his girlfriend, but his amorous hopes are drowned when a rowdy duck brings up painful residue from a recent election.   

Contains some swearing…

An interview with playwright Erin Mallon with The Goats Theatre Company's Artistic Director Carolyn Saint-Pé. Follow Erin Mallon on her website at www.erinmallon.com

An interview with Stephanie Ellyne and Richard Smith, the cast of short play Sinking in the Same Boat by Erin Mallon conducted by The Goats Theatre Company's Artistic Director Carolyn Saint-Pé. 

The poetry episode showcases monologue Mother Talking by John Collings read by Melanie Beckley, poems Coloured Mental Health by Elliot Msindo read by Jordan Wallace, It Is My Lot To Help My Friends by Suzi French read by Carolyn Saint-Pé and A Home Grows From The Heart by A. Poet read by Mark Steere. 

An interview with playwright John Collings on his monologue Mother Talking performed by Melanie Beckley.

An interview with poet Elliot Msindo about his poem Coloured Mental Health read by Jordan Wallace featured in Play The Goat : Podcast Edition Series 1 The Poetry Episode. Elliot Msindo book I Fight Me is available on Amazon

An interview with poet Suzi French about her poem It Is My Lot To Help My Friends read by Carolyn Saint-Pé.

Suzi's book Living In The Brambles is available on Amazon:

An interview with actor Jordan Wallace who read poem Coloured Mental Health by Elliot Msindo featured in The Poetry Episode of Play The Goat : Podcast Edition.

Retha’s First March sees a young teacher, Retha, experiencing her first Black Lives Matter protest, and she is galvanized to take further action against racism. But how can she do the most good? Short play by Rex McGregor with Aisha Weise-Forbes as Retha, Melanie Beckley as Jeniece and Benjamin Cawley as Caleb. 

An interview with playwright Rex McGregor author of Retha's First March conducted by The Goats Theatre Company's Artistic Director Carolyn Saint-Pé.

An interview with the cast of Retha's First March Aisha Weise-Forbes, Melanie Beckley and Benjamin Cawley with The Goats Theatre Company's Artistic Director Carolyn Saint-Pé.

Dystopian Love Story by Sherry Bokser - short audio play performed by the members of The Goats Theatre Company, with Raneem Al Daoud as Ameena Noor and Jeff Scott as Sengard Jackson. Directed and Edited by Carolyn Saint-Pé 

The Goats Theatre Company's artistic director, Carolyn Saint-Pé, interviews actors Raneem Al Daoud and Jeff Scott featured in short play Dystopian Love Story by Sherry Bokser.

The Goats Theatre Company's artistic director, Carolyn Saint-Pé, interviews playwright Sherry Bokser on her play Dystopian Love Story.

When a man comes to renew his passport, he did not expect that his life would be turned upside down... literally…  
This is a True Story; Believe it or Not by Doc Watson featuring Timothy Weston as Man, Henry Christopher as Uniform and Carolyn Saint-Pé as Woman.  

Carolyn Saint-Pé, artistic director of The Goats Theatre Company interviews Doc Watson, author of short play This is a True Story featured Play The Goat : Podcast Edition Series 1.

Carolyn Saint-Pé, artistic director of The Goats Theatre Company, interviews actor Timothy Weston who played the part of Man in short play This Is A true Story by Doc Watson which featured in Play The Goat : Podcast Edition Series 1.

Toppers, by Brett Hursey, with Emma Riches as Bobbie and Mark Steere as John. Toppers is a play about people looking past preconceptions to truly see each other. Sometimes it only takes a quiet moment, away from the judgmental diatribe of the world, for two very different individuals to recognise their common stake in humanity.

An interview with playwright Brett Hursey conducted by The Goats Theatre Company's artistic director Carolyn Saint-Pé.

An interview with the cast of Toppers, Emma Riches and Mark Steere conducted by The Goats Theatre Company's artistic director Carolyn Saint-Pé.


 

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