How to turn your cancelled show into a podcast and why you should consider doing it
In this workshop, Jessica Bickel-Barlow, producer of podcast Bloody Mary: On Air and fringe theatre show Bloody Mary: Live! will take you through the key decisions you must make when creating a new podcast and some of the know-how you need to record and edit it yourself. We’ll discuss:
– Benefits of different formats of podcasts
– How podcast distribution works and easy ways to get listed on all the major platforms
– Audio issues to watch out for
– Plus a few tips and tricks for “saving it” in post-production
About instructor Jessica Bickel-Barlow
Jessica Bickel-Barlow is an American director living in London. Although she was first drawn to theatre through a love of Shakespeare and poetry, as she has moved around the US and across the pond, she has developed an interest in new writing, ensemble-driven theatre, and the relationship between theatres and their communities. Through Part of the Main, she hopes to further these interests by bringing the work of contemporary women writers to the stage, running rehearsal rooms that grant women performers the power to shape their work, and by creating spaces for female audiences to think about the issues most important to them. To this work she brings an undergraduate degree in Film and English Literature from Northwestern University, an MA in Shakespeare Studies from King’s College London, and her experiences as a student and performer in the training programs at the British American Dramatic Academy, the University of Texas – Shakespeare at Winedale, and Make Trouble. She is currently studying directing at the Guildford School of Acting.