030

Live from the Conference for Research on Choreographic Interfaces at Brown University, Sarah, Harvey, and Pannill talk about Simone Browne's book Dark Matters, John Fletcher's article on deepfake videos, and the Netflix interactive film Bandersnatch. The co-hosts are joined in the fourth chair by conference participants including:

Elise Morrison, of Yale University

Nick Porcino of Facebook Reality Labs

Kamal Sinclair, Director of the Sundance Institute's New Frontier Labs Program

David Allen of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Heidi Boisvert, Director of Emergent Media Technology at CUNY

Lori Landay, of Berklee College of Music

Here are links to some of the things we talk about in this episode:

  • Simone Browne’s book Dark Matters: On the Surveillance of Blackness

  • John Fletcher’s article on Deepfakes in the recent Theatre Journal

  • Bandersnatch

  • Tommy DeFrantz on an episode of Love It or List It

029

In the first edition of 2019, Harvey, Sarah, and Pannill discuss Michelle Carriger's article on Gothic Lolita fashion communities, Fortnite, the floss, and choreographic intellectual property, and the state of the market for paper editions of plays.

Here are links to some of the things we discuss in this edition:

  • The CFP for ASTR 2019

  • Michelle Carriger’s article, “‘Maidens Armor:’ Gothic Lolita Fashion Communities, and Technologies of Girly Counteridentity”

  • The NYT article on Fortnite and the floss

  • Coverage of the Drama Book Shop closing and rescue

  • Richard Halpern’s book, Eclipse of Action

  • ASAP/Journal’s forum on apocalypse, climate change, and arts of the present

028

This edition of On TAP is dedicated to ASTR 2018. Sarah, Pannill, and Harvey talk about what led up to the decision to replace the conference with a scaled-back forum in San Diego, and we host a virtual awards ceremony to honor the recipients of ASTR's annual awards. We also share our drafts. 

Here are links to some of the things we talk about on this episode:

027

In this edition, Sarah, Pannill, and Harvey discuss Bess Rowen's article about affective stage directions in the new Theatre Journal, Noe Montez's recent report on job market statistics, and the prospect of a digital model for a major conference in our field. We also talk about the ASTR 2018 conference jeopardy.

Here are links to some of the things we talk about in this edition:

  • Bess Rowen’s article “Undigested Reading: Rethinking Stage Directions Through Affect”

  • Noe Montez’s address to the 4th Symposium of Doctoral Programs in TAPS

  • Laura Levin and Marlis Schweitzer’s anthology, Performance Studies in Canada

  • Brian Herrera’s #theatreclique roundup with links to tributes to Ntozake Shange and María Irene Fornés

  • Phil Burgers’ short film, The Passage

026

The co-hosts discuss the virtues and drawbacks of peer review, the NTLive streaming presentation of Julie, directed by Carrie Cracknell, and the ethics of training undergraduate students for the arts in today's job market. 

Links to a few of the things we discuss in this edition:

  • Mieke Bal’s essay, “Let’s Abolish the Peer Review System”

  • Info on the NTLive presentation of Julie, the new adaptation of Strindberg’s Miss Julie

  • The 2004 New York Times article, “The Julliard Effect: Ten Years Later”

  • Sarah Ruhl and Max Ritvo’s book, Letters from Max: A Book of Friendship

025

Sarah, Pannill, and Harvey discuss Amelia Jones' article on the conceptual body in the new TDR, the first part of the Goodman Theatre's stage adaptation of Roberto Bolaño's 2666, and advice for graduate students starting this fall. 

Links to some of the things we discuss on this episode:

  • Amelia Jones’ article, “Encountering: The Conceptual Body, or, a Theory of When, Where, and How Art ‘Means’”

  • The free stream of the Goodman Theatre’s production of Roberto Bolaño’s 2666

  • Kyla Tompkins twitter essay for first generation graduate students

  • #theatreclique

  • Mel Gordon’s NYT obituary

  • Geostorm

024

From ATHE in Boston, our first live recording in front of an audience! Sarah and Pannill are joined by guest co-host Kareem Khubchandani to talk about Patricia Ybarra's book, Latinx Theater in the Times of Neoliberalism, and the ATHE 2018 conference itself. Plus, Harvey joins in as we share stories of our professional failures, and of course, our drafts. Note: this recording ends abruptly before the Q and A, which will be released separately later...

Here are links to some of the things mentioned on this episode:

023

In this end-of-year edition, Sarah, Pannill, and Harvey talk about the Black Performance and Reproduction section in the new TDR, apps for theatre audiences, and NBC's Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert.

Here are links to some of the things we discuss in this episode:

  • The Spring 2018 edition of TDR
  • American Theatre magazine's article about the GalaPro app
  • NBC's Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert stream

 

 

 

022

Sarah, Harvey, and Pannill talk about Derek Miller's 2016 article, Average Broadway, Jesse Green's controversial Brief History of Gay Theater essay in the New York Times Style Mag, and TAPS gateway classes.

Here are links to some of the things we discuss in this episode:

021

Harvey, Sarah, and Pannill talk about the 2018 Olympics with Walter Byongsok Chon, plus Adrienne Kennedy's new play, and notable retirements in theatre and performance studies.

Here are links to some of the things we talk about on this edition:

  • Walter Byongsok Chon's South Korea vertical on The Theatre Times
  • The playbill for Adrienne Kennedy's He Brought Her Heart Back in a Box featuring an interview with Kennedy by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
  • Brown TAPS announcement concerning full tuition support for the Brown/Trinity MFA