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This show discusses the dearth of conservative voices in theatre (and the arts in general).

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This episode of "Stage Right" (the show that looks for conservative voices in the theatre) will focus on the 2012 Republican Theater Festival in Philadelphia. What were the plays and are they truly conservative? Are the playwrights right... more

On today's show we will look at recent events and predict what they might mean to our contribution to theatre. Will the Republican sweep mean anything to our efforts to get the conservative voice on the stage? Or will it mean that the left... more

"Stage Right" is the weekly show that asks the question, "Why are there almost no conservative voices in the theatre?" On this weeks' show we will continue to look at the responses to Caryl Churchill's anti-Semitic "Seven Jewish Children."... more

We've got the Conservaphobes on the run! Finally, a response to left-wing theatre in Israel Horvitz's "What Strong Fences Make." Join us as we examine the nature of Horovitz's objection to Caryl Churchill's "Seven Jewish Children" and if... more

Conservaphobes beware! "Stage Right," the show that asks why there are so few (if any) conservative voices in theatre, is onto you! In this episode we will continue with the aftermath of our discussion of Caryl Churchill's play, "Seven Jewish... more

Conservaphobes beware! "Stage Right," the show that asks the question "why do we not hear more conservative voices in the theatre" is here to expose you! In this episode we will continue our look at how the Brits take on left-wing theatre (is... more

Due to technical glitches on 9/21, I will re-broadcast this episode. This time we travel across the pond to hear what our conservative British friends say about right-wing theatre. We will review articles by Ed West and playwright Dominic... more

Stage Right is the weekly show that asks the question, "why are there so few conservative voices in drama and theatre?" Join us this week as we look at some putrid examples of playwriting guided by the omniscient presence of... more

Here at "Stage Right" we try to determine the reasons why the left dominates the arts (such as drama and theatre) while we conservatives have (supposedly) won the culture war. Each week "Stage Right" poses the question: "Why are there... more

Stage Right is the show that asks the question, "why are there so few conservative voices in the theatre (and the arts in general)?" On today's show we will begin to review Russell Kirk's essay, "The Age of Sentiments" and apply it... more

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