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Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
37 minutes | Jul 5, 2022
Kate Fleetwood on Cruella de Vil
Ready for 101 Dalmatians? Stay tuned for an exclusive insight into the world of everybody's favourite villain. Arts journalist Fiona Mountford discusses the iconic villain Cruella de Vil with Olivier and Tony award nominated stage actress Kate Fleetwood. Step into the rehearsal process for our new musical 101 Dalmatians, discover more about Kate's return to theatre and listen to acting techniques that have helped her career to date.
36 minutes | Jul 1, 2022
Douglas Hodge on 101 Dalmatians Lyrics & Composition
Writer, broadcaster and podcaster Edward Seckerson in conversation with Music and Lyrics composer Douglas Hodge, discussing our brand new musical 101 Dalmatians. Enjoy a first listen of the show songs to get you ready for this classic story in the park. As only the second newly commissioned musical to be staged at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, they discuss the inspiration and creative development of the musical and influences behind new compositions.
42 minutes | Aug 26, 2021
Carousel: In Conversation with Fiona Mountford
Arts journalist and theatre critic Fiona Mountford, sits down with cast members Carly Bawden (Julie Jordan), Jo Eaton-Kent (Mrs Mullin), Christina Modestou (Carrie Pipperidge) and Natasha May-Thomas (Louise Bigelow), to discuss their character relationships with protagonist Billy Bigelow.
35 minutes | Jul 21, 2021
Part Two: The Role of Women in Romeo & Juliet with Fiona Mountford, Kimberley Sykes and Cast Members
In the second part of this discussion (See profile for Part One) Evening Standard’s former Theatre Critic Fiona Mountford discusses the role of women in Romeo and Juliet with director Kimberley Sykes and cast members Isabel Adamokah Young (Juliet), Emma Cunniffe (the Nurse) and Michelle Fox (Tybalt).
30 minutes | Jul 21, 2021
Part One: The Role of Women in Romeo & Juliet with Fiona Mountford and Kimberley Sykes
In this episode the Evening Standard’s former Theatre Critic, Fiona Mountford joins director Kimberley Sykes to discuss the role of women in our production of Romeo and Juliet. Don’t miss Part Two (see Profile) where they are joined by members of the cast to continue the discussion.
43 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
Tom Deering on Carousel Orchestration
Writer, broadcaster and podcaster, and The Independent's former Chief Classical Music critic, Edward Seckerson in conversation with the Musical Supervisor and Orchestrator of our new production of Carousel, Tom Deering. In this wide-ranging discussion, they talk about the enduring appeal of Rodgers and Hammerstein's stunning score and the creative process and influences behind Tom's new orchestrations.
44 minutes | Dec 19, 2019
Outdoor Theatre from the Inside: Timothy Sheader on His Vision for the Open Air Theatre
Since recording this podcast, due to Covid-19 it has become necessary for us to postpone our entire 2020 season until 2021. In this episode Fiona Mountford - one of the leading voices in arts criticism, and theatre critic at the Evening Standard for 17 years - spoke to our Artistic Director, Timothy Sheader, about his vision for Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. Thank you to the Marylebone Hotel for hosting this episode. #OpenAirTheatre #Theatre #Programming #ArtisticDirector #TimothySheader #FionaMountford
18 minutes | Aug 16, 2019
Interview with The Luna Cinema's George Wood
In this episode, our Commercial Director, Andy Locke, talks to George Wood, founder of The Luna Cinema, ahead of their 2019 season of film screenings here in Regent's Park. #MOREoutdoor #LunaCinema
19 minutes | Jul 31, 2019
Inside the Jesus Christ Superstar Q&A
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre's Jesus Christ Superstar played at the Barbican Centre from 4 July - 24 August 2019. In this episode, What’s On Stage’s Alun Hood chairs a post-show Q&A discussion recorded live at the Barbican after a performance of Jesus Christ Superstar. The panel was made up of director Timothy Sheader and cast members: Ricardo Afonso (Judas), Robert Tripolino (Jesus), Sallay Garnett (Mary), Matt Cardle (Pilate), Nathan Amzi (Annas) and Cavin Cornwall (Caiaphas). #JesusChristSuperstar #OAT2019 #BeyondthePark
36 minutes | Jun 21, 2019
An Insight Into Hansel And Gretel
Hansel and Gretel played at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre from 14 - 22 June 2019. In this episode, Daniel Snowman leads a Q&A with some of those involved with Hansel and Gretel, our co-production with English National Opera. On the panel are Heather Lowe who plays Hansel, Elizabeth Karani who plays Gretel, the conductor Ben Glassberg, director Timothy Sheader, and Assistant Conductor Mark Biggins. https://openairtheatre.com/ #HanselandGretel #OAT2019
9 minutes | May 29, 2019
Ellen McDougall on Our Town
Our Town played at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre from 16 May - 8 June 2019. In this episode, we hear from director Ellen McDougall on what Our Town means to her, and about the landscape in which Thornton Wilder was writing his Pulitzer Prize-winning play. “It seems to be be about nothing and suddenly it’s about everything”, says Ellen – which is why “the beyond-sublime third act blows your mind” (Time Out). #OurTown #OAT2019 https://openairtheatre.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/regentsparkopenairtheatre Twitter: https://twitter.com/OpenAirTheatre Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/regentsparkoat
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