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Pod De Deux explores current issues and trends in the dance community through frank and relaxed conversations with dance-makers. Guests include dancers, choreographers, administrators, and anyone else with a firm connection to the dance world. We seek to understand our guests’ experiences through an honest back-and-forth that is ultimately more thought-provoking and spirited than a simple Q&A.
 
Morgan is a Yoga and Dance Teacher, Sattvic Healing Specialist and Herbalist. In this podcast she shares inspiration from the Vedic traditions of Yoga and Ayurveda in a contemporary context through a contemplative lens. The MindSpace Podcast is made up of talks, meditations, and interviews intentioned to support the blossoming of your health and happiness. Thanks for listening!
 
Chemically Enhanced Music.✪ Experimentation with sound. EDM / DUBSTEP / HOUSE / ELECTRONIC/ TECHNO / GLITCH / VOCALS For the podcast listeners out there, This podcast consists of songs produced by SoS (Stefan Stuck). The style of each song varies greatly so listen to each one! Ever since I started producing I've been addicted! I spend more time making sounds and beats than I do at my full time job. I have always been good with computers and learning software so learning FL Studio has been ea ...
 
BOJANA ŠALJIĆ PODEŠVA Bojana Šaljić Podešva, a composer of electroacoustic music, music for acoustic instruments, contemporary theatre, puppet theatre, film, and dance, is not only one of the few female makers in these areas, but also one of the few composers of electroacoustic music following the tradition of musique concrete in general in Slovenia. She is a member of the Society of Slovene Composers – Section for Electroacoustic Music and is, along Bor Turel, also one of the most visible r ...
 
IRENA TOMAŽIN (text by: Luka Zagori?nik)Dancer, choreographer, performer, actress, philosopher, and vocalist Irena Tomažin made her first appearance in the area of music with the group Kapricjoke, which appeared also in the Concert Marathon organised by Radio Student. However, her most noteworthy debut presentation in the field of sound was made with a solo recital iT for voice and voice recorders, in which Tomažin ingeniously weaves the story through the primary human instrument – the voice ...
 
Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure Bus, this exposé reveals what it’s truly like riding the infamous “Hippie Greyhound,” complete with all the relationships, casual sex, frequent skinny-dipping, and legendary naked dance parties aboard “The Bus with No Seats.” Told in the first person, this astounding story takes the audience on an epic adventure that inspires a sense of wonder in all who partake. Set in America’s national parks and scenic byways, 23 pass ...
 
Ivana Ivković - A Step into the Void: Cracks in ChoreographyWe are used to looking at the dancer’s body in performance as a body that is continuously in motion, a masterful body productive in its movement, a non-interrupted kinetic spectacle. However, if we stop that body in passage and take a step forward, toward the idea of dance as an act that also includes periods without movement, cracks or “negative spaces” of dance, we open up to the potential for a structural use of the void and stil ...
 
Vasja Progar - (text by Luka Zagori?nik)Born in 86, Vasja Progar is one of the youngest makers in the field of contemporary music in Slovenia, an insightful and critical thinker, a graduate of biotechnology and a former student of composition and music theory under Uroš Rojko at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana, whose radicality and faithfulness to his own expression made him quit this institution to embark on a study of cognitive systems and interactive media at the University Pompeu Fabra ...
 
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In our previous episode of the LLAB, we spoke with three Black dancers about their experiences and challenges navigating concert dance. This week, we talked to dancers on the other end of the field, in commercial dance. Our guests Tash Crudup and Keenan Cooks share stories and lessons about the challenges, triumphs and what it takes to make it as a…
 
In the 4th episode of PDD’s coverage of the Dance Now festival’s 25th anniversary season, new host Paul Hamilton talks with the talented tap dancer Orlando Hernandez, who has a new digital commission premiering online on Thursday, November 12th as part of the Dance Now November Chapter. (Tickets and additional information are available here!) In th…
 
In our previous series on the LLAB, we spoke with Black dancers about their experience as dance students in undergraduate and graduate programs and the challenges they faced being minorities in those spaces. This week, we started a new two-episode topic, re-centering the conversation on what it’s like to be a professional dancer while Black. We mee…
 
Photo Credits: Matt Murphy, Nicole Wolcott, Jonathan Hökklo & Antoine Tempé In the 3rd episode of PDD’s coverage of the Dance Now festival’s 25th anniversary season, new hosts Paul Hamilton and Sabrina Karlin interview Jamal Jackson and Nicole Wolcott! Digital commissions from both artists premiere as part of Chapter 2 on Thursday, October 8th. Tic…
 
Photo credit for Sydnie: Jamie McClean @jmxclean Photo credit for Michelle : Jonah Pester In our previous episode of the LLAB, we spoke with three Black dancers about their experiences and challenges with navigating undergraduate dance programs. This week, we wanted to take it a step further. We expanded our dialogue to the often overlooked subject…
 
In the 2nd installment of PDD’s fall/spring series covering the Dance Now 25th anniversary season, new hosts Paul Hamilton and Sabrina Karlin interview the iconic Gus Solomons jr! Gus will be honored in Dance Now’s Chapter 1 virtual celebration on Thursday, October 1st at 7:00pm EDT. You can find more information and purchase a $20 ticket here, or …
 
In the first episode of this fall PDD series, The LLAB, new Host Antuan Byers talks to a recent grad, Morgan Burns, and college seniors, Runako Campbell and Ricardo Hartley, about their experiences navigating the world of dance education as Black students at predominantly white institutions. Although all three of these guests attended different col…
 
Personal & Business Coach Devon Bandison joins new PDD Host Antuan Byers, as well as Jessica and Clara, to help the PDD team prepare to integrate racial justice conversations into our work. This work will begin with Antuan’s upcoming series called The LLAB (Listening, Learning and Building), which will create a space to share marginalized Black voi…
 
Robin Staff, Founding Executive Artistic Director of Dance Now, sat down with Clara and new PDD host Paul Hamilton to discuss Dance Now’s 25th anniversary season that kicks off on September 10th! Dance Now, which traditionally opens the NYC performance season with a week of shows at Joe’s Pub, is charting new territory by hosting a completely virtu…
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/08/sonya-final.mp3 The Pod De Deux Podcast team is back with a not-to-be-missed season finale episode in the “Women Of Broadway” summer series. This week, Emmy nominee Sonya Tayeh joins Michael, Ellyn, and Kevin to discuss what it was like to choreograph, not one, but two musicals slated for Broadway this …
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/07/lizzi-gee-final.mp3 The Pod De Deux Podcast team is back with another episode in the “Women Of Broadway” summer series, this week featuring Lizzi Gee, the choreographer behind this past season’s production of A Christmas Carol. In this episode, the remarkable Lizzi Gee discusses what it meant to her to …
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/07/carrie-anne-ingrouille-final-1.mp3 The Pod De Deux Podcast team is back with another episode in the “Women Of Broadway” summer series, this week featuring Six The Musical choreographer, Carrie-Anne Ingrouille. In the episode, Carrie-Anne discusses the growth, inspiration, and magic behind the female-dri…
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/07/lucy-hind-final-final-7-1.mp3 The Pod De Deux Podcast team is back with another episode in the “Women Of Broadway” summer series, this week featuring Girl From The North Country choreographer, Lucy Hind. In the episode, Lucy discusses the development of the Broadway musical ‘Girl From The North Country’…
 
In the final Chapter of book 1, Johnny is delivered to Crazy Horse Memorial, the largest sculpture in human history, shading light on the Massacre at Wounded Knee and the continuing injustice going on in the Black Hills. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure Bus, this exposé reveals what it’s truly like riding the …
 
The Tortoise Bus pays respects at the site of the Wounded Knee Massacre where they meet an Indian man who tells them the story of his relatives who were butchered by the US Seventh Cavalry, eighteen of whom received the Congressional Medal of Honor for their actions that day. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure B…
 
War breaks out between the tribes in a secret mud hole in South Dakota. Despite how deliciously dirty everyone gets the mud leaves them all feeling as clean as a newborn. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure Bus, this exposé reveals what it’s truly like riding the infamous “Hippie Greyhound,” complete with all the…
 
Johnny wakes up the morning after having his great vision, realizing that the buffalo he saw were in fact real, based on the observation of steaming buffalo patties. He looks to Owen Cuny for confirmation, and finds out that others have also had visions on Sheep Mountain Table. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure…
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/kelly-devine-final.mp3 The Pod De Deux Podcast team is back with the second episode of the “Women Of Broadway” summer series! This week we’re featuring Kelly Devine, Choreographer of Broadway’s Diana: A True Musical Story. In addition to discussing her work on Broadway’s Diana, Kelly delves into everyth…
 
Johnny wakes in the early morning hours to find a passenger asleep among a herd of Buffalo. What he sees next will change him forever. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure Bus, this exposé reveals what it’s truly like riding the infamous “Hippie Greyhound,” complete with all the relationships, casual sex, frequent…
 
Despite their illicit reputation, the Indians allow the Green Tortoise to camp on their private land called Cuny Table. It's a wide plateau overlooking the entirety of Badlands National Park. The Lakota have given the peak a special name that translates into "Sheep Mountain Table." For the first and only time ever, with express permission from the …
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/latarro-final-edit.mp3 Episode 1 of the “Women Of Broadway” Series hosted by Michael Mahany, Ellyn Marie Marsh, & Kevin Michael Raponey In this first episode of Pod De Deux’s “Women Of Broadway” series, Broadway choreographer Lorin Latarro sits down with Michael, Ellyn, and Kevi…
 
Since the 1970s, the Green Tortoise has been having dinner with the Indians at a place called Cuny Cafe and camping on the family's private land on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Come meet the family, experience the atmosphere and enjoy a hand made Indian taco, something most Americans have never experienced. Based on true event…
 
In a ghost town called Scenic, there’s a bar that refuses to serve Indians. We meet three Lakota Indians from the Pine Ridge Reservation and learn from them and feel their pain. Jewels reveals her dark past and use of the payphone alters the lives of nearly everyone on board. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure B…
 
The bus arrives at dawn in Badlands National Park where Johnny has a transformative experience in the strange new landscape. The crew goes on a hike before breakfast and tours the park for the day, experiencing Buffalo and prairie dogs for the first time before ending the day at a swimming hole. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of …
 
As the drivers said, the real fun starts west of the Mississippi. This proves true with a wild dance party in the parking lot of a liquor store in the Middle of Nowhere, Minnesota. The fun continues at a gorgeous lake where the hijinks continue, and the passengers hear more driver stories from Brian’s past life as a Caretaker of the Green Tortoise …
 
The bus stops for breakfast on an island in the middle of the Mississippi River. Wonder abounds, as we discover more about the relationships forming on the bus. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure Bus, this exposé reveals what it’s truly like riding the infamous “Hippie Greyhound,” complete with all the relations…
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/04/final_kyla-and-aaron_ml2.mp3 In this episode, recorded during the first week of NYC’s COVID quarantine, we spoke to Kyla Barkin and Aaron Selissen about their journey of building a dance company together, their latest project, Accidental Suite (which was scheduled to be presente…
 
The Tortoise is headed for the blues bars in Chicago where they will pick up one last passenger. Watch out for the boys in blue. Romance, intrigue and wonder saturate this elegant chapter. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure Bus, this exposé reveals what it’s truly like riding the infamous “Hippie Greyhound,” com…
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/04/richie-jackson_ml1.mp3 In this episode of Pod De Deux, Michael Mahany speaks with Lady Gaga’s Visual Director and Choreographer, Richy Jackson! (Scroll down for extended video cut!) Jackson, who grew up in the California Bay Area, tells us all about how he came to find dance, th…
 
The crew heads west towards a dinner stop at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, learning about each other through perspiration if not conversation. The mystery of the Peruvian diplomat and her Chinese minion thickens, alliances forms, and more details about the driver's brother are revealed. International sexual-moras are discussed by the passengers…
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/04/gabri-christa_ml3.mp3 In this second week of COVID quarantine in New York City, Michael and Clara had the privilege of connecting with multi-disciplinary art maker Gabri Christa over Zoom. Gabri is a dancer, choreographer, filmmaker, scholar and all-around artist with a rich his…
 
Chapter 5: The Green Tortoise bus stops in New York to pick up the rest of the passengers. Some tragic news puts everyone on edge, forcing everyone to make a critical decision. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure Bus, this exposé reveals what it’s truly like riding the infamous “Hippie Greyhound,” complete with a…
 
Chapter 4: The passengers go skinny-dipping at a roadside pond near the home of Driver Chris. Johnny gets to know the driver and learns the bus will be stopping at Crazy Horse Monument in South Dakota. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure Bus, this exposé reveals what it’s truly like riding the infamous “Hippie Gr…
 
Chapter 3: The passengers get to know each other and the driver. Big Dave teaches Johnny how to commune with the fish at a Connecticut rest stop, opening his mind to a whole new world of possibilities. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure Bus, this exposé reveals what it’s truly like riding the infamous “Hippie Gr…
 
Chapter 2: The passengers enter a strange new world aboard the Adventure Bus. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure Bus, this exposé reveals what it’s truly like riding the infamous “Hippie Greyhound,” complete with all the relationships, casual sex, frequent skinny-dipping, and legendary naked dance parties aboard…
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/03/v2_megan-williams-21920-2.30-pm.mp3 Jessica and Clara had the privilege of connecting with dance artist Megan Williams about her multi-layered career and many years of adventure in dance. Megan told us about getting started at Juilliard in the 80s and touring with Mark Morris Dance Group for 10 years, a…
 
Chapter 1: Young Johnny is moving to San Francisco after losing his sense of childhood wonder. He seeks to return an elk skull to where he found it in the Redwood Forest. Based on true events recounted by a former driver of a Hippie Adventure Bus, this exposé reveals what it’s truly like riding the infamous “Hippie Greyhound,” complete with all the…
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/01/sean-dorsey_ml1.mp3 Jessica and Michael had a fun, energized and important conversation with Sean Dorsey, the U.S.’ first acclaimed transgender modern dance choreographer. Sean’s newest work, BOYS IN TROUBLE, unpacks masculinity with unflinching honesty from unapologetically tra…
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/mm-welcome-to-pdd-12519-6.46-pm.mp3 After a particularly busy fall performance season, Jessica and Clara decided to bring a new co-host onto the Pod de Deux team – and could not have been more thrilled when Michael Mahany jumped on board!! Despite a demanding schedule performing…
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2019/11/catherine-tambini-final.m4a Clara sat down with award-winning documentary filmmaker Catherine Tambini just days after Catherine’s new film, Perfectly Normal for Me, had its nationwide television premiere on the WORLD Channel. (The film can be streamed on worldchannel.org until N…
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2019/11/tiffany-mills_11-11-19.mp3 In this episode, our new co-host Michael joined the mic with Clara to interview choreographer, Tiffany Mills ahead of the world premiere of her new work, Not then, not yet. Tiffany shared how she drew inspiration for this evening-length work from Mary …
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2019/10/bessie-awards-combined_ml2.mp3 Jessica and Clara had the great pleasure of interviewing five 2019 Bessie Award nominees this year – in order of interview: Caleb Teicher, Molly Poerstel, Shamar Watt, Ni’Ja Whitson and Leslie Cuyjet! (See below for nominations!) The Bessies – whic…
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2019/10/leslie-final_ml1.mp3 Pod de Deux interviewed Leslie Cuyjet as part of a series of interviews with five 2019 NYC Bessie Award nominees. Leslie was nominated for a Bessie for Sustained Achievement with Jane Comfort, Niall Jones, Juliana F. May, Cynthia Oliver, and Will Rawls. We h…
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2019/10/nja-final_ml1.mp3 Pod de Deux interviewed Ni’Ja Whitson as part of a series of interviews with five 2019 NYC Bessie Award nominees. Ni’Ja was nominated for a Bessie for outstanding production and Visual Design of Oba Qween Baba King Baba, which was Co-commissioned by Danspace Pr…
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2019/10/shamar-single_ml2.mp3 Pod de Deux interviewed Shamar Watt as part of a series of interviews with five 2019 NYC Bessie Award nominees. Shamar was nominated for a Bessie for Sustained Achievement in the work of Nora Chipaumire. We hope to do a full-length interview with him in the…
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2019/10/molly-final_ml1.mp3 Pod de Deux interviewed Molly Poerstel as part of a series of interviews with five 2019 NYC Bessie Award nominees. Molly was nominated for a Bessie for Sustained Achievement with Hilary Clark, David Dorfman, Jeanine Durning, Alex Escalante, Juliana F. May, Su…
 
Click to view slideshow. https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2019/10/caleb-final_ml1.mp3 Pod de Deux interviewed Caleb Teicher as part of a series of interviews with five 2019 NYC Bessie Award nominees. Caleb was nominated for a Bessie for outstanding production in More Forever Guggenheim Works & Process. We hope to do a full-length interview wit…
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2019/10/john-kelly_ml1-1.mp3 Jessica and Clara interviewed choreographer, dancer, actor, and director, John Kelly, in between rehearsals for his work “Underneath the Skin,” premiering at NYU Skirball this weekend, October 11th & 12th! John took us through his constellation of muses, influences, and inspiration …
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2019/09/jenn-freeman_ml2.mp3 Jessica and Clara talked to Jenn Freeman, a choreographer, artistic director of Freemove Dance, and prolific teacher of contemporary dance. Jenn shared how she developed her theatrical and highly physical style of dance while traversing multiple dance worlds from modern dance in aca…
 
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