73 Production Feedback

From audience applause to media coverage to adjudication, no feedback methods are left untouched by Glen and Jim in this episode. They discuss how to separate the wheat from the chaff, how to handle the community theatre “receiving line,” and more. Please visit us at backstage.link, where you can find… [ More ]

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  • 73 Production Feedback

    From audience applause to media coverage to adjudication, no feedback methods are left untouched by Glen and Jim in this episode. They discuss how to separate the wheat from the chaff, how to handle the community theatre “receiving line,” and more. Please visit us at backstage.link, where you can find… [ More ]

  • 72 Community Theatre Evolution

    In this episode, Jim and Glen discuss ways in which community theatres evolve over time, what and why they might change (or stay the same), and the associated consequences. Don’t forget, you can give us episode ideas, ask questions, or make comments about our show by going to backstage.link and… [ More ]

  • 71 Theatre Therapy (Session 3)

    Once again, Glen and Jim are back on their respective theatrical therapy couches to talk out their mental problems. This time, they dive into what it means to feel a part of “the group” when doing a show. Visit our website at backstage.link, where you can buy Backstage Show merch… [ More ]

  • 70 Theatre Food (Thanksgiving Special)

    Join Jim and Glen as they discuss what Thanksgiving is all about—food! From onstage to off, they go through the ins and outs of dealing with food and drink in theatre, including their own experiences. But mostly, we thank you for listening! And for providing your feedback at backstage.link, supporting… [ More ]

  • 69 Langhorne Players Interview (Part 2)

    This week, Glen and Jim are back on location at Langhorne Players, continuing their overview of another local community theatre. Joining them once again is member at large John Boccanfuso. From details about the historic Spring Garden Mill building to the company’s “plays worth talking about,” listen in for more… [ More ]

  • 68 Langhorne Players Interview (Part 1)

    This week, Glen and Jim are on location at Langhorne Players to give an overview of another local community theatre. Joining them is member at large John Boccanfuso. From details about the historic Spring Garden Mill building to the company’s “plays worth talking about,” listen in for more details about… [ More ]

  • 67 The Backstage Roadshow 2

    En route to another theatre interview (to be aired next week), Glen and Jim are at it again for another Backstage Roadshow. This time, they discuss representations of various transportation types on stage. Visit our website at backstage.link, where you can buy Backstage Show merch to help support the show. You… [ More ]

  • 66 Mystery Shows (Halloween Special)

    Once upon a midnight dreary, two hosts pondered, weak and wearyOver many a staged mystery, from recently and long ago—While they babbled, nearly ranting, so exhausted, nearly panting,From their banter, their banter on The Backstage Show.“Hi, I’m Glen,” one muttered. “And I’m Jim” the other, Lo!—“And welcome to The Backstage… [ More ]

  • 65 Theatre Therapy (Session 2)

    Back to random babbling this week and Jim and Glen talk about their ongoing place in theatre and how it fits into their lives. Is it time for a shift, or is it time to take a break? Visit our website at backstage.link, where you can now buy Backstage Show… [ More ]

  • 64 Show Programs

    Whether they end up in a box in your closet, back at the theatre, or in a recycling bin, almost every theatrical show you go to see has an associated program. In this episode, Glen and Jim dissect the show program, examining its content in detail, discussing its pros and… [ More ]