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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 of center (like the rest of the country) or did they write something that seems conservative just to win a contest? How is "Republican" defined? We'll also take a peek at the work posted to LibertyIsland.com, a site that posts conservative and libertarian writings. Join us!
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 will hunker down and be even more aggressive? We'll look at some of the theatre that was popular in more conservative times. Will we get more of the same or will the conservative voice finally be above a whisper?
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 Children." Do you think the left is not anti-semitic? Wait until you hear the excerpts from "Occupy Wall Street" and from Karl Marx (two favorites of the left). We'll talk how the left's anti-semitism worms its way into their view of Western culture, as expressed on stage. Join us!
"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." Are these responses what we can call "conservative"? Do they contain actual conservative messages or are they so-labeled simply because they oppose Churchill's left-wing stance? Join us as we explore the possibilities for conservative thought on our stages. Conservaphobes beware!!
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 there any other kinds these days?) with a special emphasis on playwright Caryl Churchil's "Seven Jewish Children." That play is considered anti-Semitic yet, of course, protected by the left. You be the judge. Join us on 10/12 for this exciting (and troubling episode).
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 television and the left wing world view. We'll also take a look at what some of our friends across the pond have to say about right-wing theatre. Call in to speak with your host, Rocky Benasher or drop him a line at email@example.com. Let's make the conservative voice heard onstage (and off)!
This is Beyond the Airwaves: The Infinity Project, where we go beyond the mainstream media and tackle issues that don't seem so important to the major networks.
After seeing what happened last weekend when Utah football player Kaelin Clay started celebrating a touchdown before the football was in the end zone, it's time we had some fun...at the expense of the sports players who've made the dumbest, stupidest, and most boneheaded plays in history. (And for the record, Oddball Extreme has seen quite a few blooper plays in her 40 years on Earth.)
Ikari Chaos-San is the founder and creator. Shirley is truly the Oddball Extreme. Janet is our resident Arizona Magician. Heather is Queen Kitty Serenity. Mike the King of Hearts is our video game wizard. We'll also have guest appearances by our friends from the MAD HOUSE, so come and listen in!
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"Stage Right" is the show that asks, "Why are there so few conservative voices in theatre (and the arts in general?"
Today's show will continue looking at an essay by Liberty Island founder Adam Bellow. We will also discuss the play "Skin Deep" by Rich Orloff.
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Tonight's segment of Center Stage will spotlight "Hot Topics" in our world of news. We will look at updates in the Eric Garner case. Many are seeing striking similarities in the NYPD cases involving Eric Garner and Irving Mizell. Both Garner and Mizell died while in the custody of the NYPD.
Hot topics will also look at the new trend with kids called the "fire challenge," where kids are intentionally setting themselves on fire with accelerants like alcohol and hand santizer. Why are many of our youth entertained with games like the "fire challenge" and the "knock-out game" that involve danger and possible loss of life.
Our panel will also discuss why Saskpower in Canada is removing 105,000 recently installed smart meters. Do we all have reason for concern.
Lastly, we will be looking at disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 and the alleged crash of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, are the two connected
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 it has the makings of what we call conservative theatre. We'll also continue our look at Occupy Wall Street and the anti-semitic Marxists (are there any other kinds?) who support it.
Picking up where we left off yesterday, we will review Adam Bellow's article "Let Your Right Brain Run Free." This episode will start to craft a definition of the "Conservative Voice" and what that might look like on stage (is there such a thing as conservative staging?).
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 to the contemporary theatre scene.
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