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Audio Interview: Nicole Paiement
Gregory Sullivan Isaacs chats with the conductor of the Dallas Opera's production of Death and the Powers.

published Monday, February 10, 2014
Nicole Paiement

Dallas — The upcoming production of Tod Machover’s robot-infused opera, Death and the Powers, is a perfect assignment for conductor Nicole Paiement. She specializes in contemporary opera and loves the challenge of modern scores. We last saw her when she was here to conduct the Dallas opera’s successful production of Peter Maxwell Davies’ The Lighthouse, a cooperative effort with the Dallas Theater Center.

Now, she is back to conduct in the Winspear Opera House.

Paiement is the Artistic Director of Opera Parallèle, a contemporary opera based company in San Francisco. She has conducted premieres from an international list of composers and recorded these works as well. She is also the Artistic Director of the BluePrint Project—a new music series sponsored by the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. In her spare time, Paiement is the Director of Ensembles at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she conducts the orchestra and opera productions.

Her French accent is part of her charm, so it seemed that an audio interview was the best way to go. To accommodate that request, she arranged it so that I could catch her for a few moments in between rehearsals for Death and the Powers for a chat. Always a multitasker, we conducted this interview during her only break, which also had to accommodate her lunch. You may hear some table noises here and there and in one laughable spot, my crunching on a particularly recalcitrant piece of romaine. Nevertheless, it was a most enjoyable half-hour as we shared a salad and thoughts about contemporary opera. The results of that dynamic encounter are presented here.

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Audio: T. J. Walsh
Thomas Riccio talks to the director, playwright and artistic director of Trinity Shakespeare Festival at Texas Christian University.

published Thursday, June 13, 2013

In this two-part interview, Thomas Riccio talks to T.J. Walsh, the artistic director at Trinity Shakespeare Festival in Fort Worth, which is in its fifth year as a professional company at Texas Christian University. The 2013 summer season opens tonight, June 13, with The Taming of the Shrew. On Friday, Julius Caesar opens, and then the shows run in rotating rep (using the same cast) in two theaters at TCU through June 30.

In the interview, they discuss Trinity's mission, the challenges of performing in rep, the concept of beauty onstage, the local theater scene and the role of critics in a world dominated by online culture.

Thomas (T.J.) Walsh is an associate professor of theater at Texas Christian University, and has directed productions in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York as well as Texas, including at Theatre Three. His Trinity Shakespeare productions have included Twelfth Night, Hamlet and As You Like It. His work for the Festival has received numerous awards including the Dallas/Fort Worth Theater Critics Forum award for Outstanding Direction. He has a Master of Fine Arts in playwriting and a Ph.D. in Theatre History and Criticism from the University of Texas at Austin where he studied with Oscar Brockett. His area of research is in the history and theory of authorship. He has performed his solo play Pleading Infinity at the New York International Fringe Festival, and his plays include a work about August Strindberg, called Born on a Sunday, which was last performed at TCU in 2012.

Riccio is a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, a playwright, director, world traveler and theater-maker. In the spring of 2010, he wrote a series of essays for TheaterJones about his experience with making theater in Ethiopia in 2009. The first of those, which links to the others, is here. Earlier this year, he spent time in Nepal and India, areas he'll explore more in the coming years (and write about for us). In 2011, he started his own theater company, Dead White Zombies, which is currently doing a bold and tough-to-watch, but still unforgettable, production of an immersive play called T.N.B., performed in a former "drug stash" house in West Dallas, near the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.

Click each audio link below to hear both parts of the interview. The player will open in a new window, so you can listen while you do other stuff on the Internet (preferably on our site). And if you get a message that a plug-in is needed, it's because your browser needs a Flash plug-in. (Volume varies, so you'll have to adjust accordingly.)

Audio: David Meglino
Thomas Riccio talks with the managing directing of the Festival of Independent Theatres.

published Tuesday, June 11, 2013

In this two-part interview, Thomas Riccio talks to David Meglino, the managing director of the Festival of Independent Theatres (FIT) at the Bath House Cultural Center, which is currently in its 15th year. This is Meglino's sixth year in this role.

Meglino wears many hats around town, including actor, director, dresser, press representative—you name it. In the interview, he talks about the Festival, selecting the works, its history, why it's important in North Texas and the role of critics.

  • You can read our preview of this year's FIT here
  • And our review of the first four shows that opened here
  • Look for a review of the second set of four on TheaterJones this week

Riccio is a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, a playwright, director, world traveler and theater-maker. In the spring of 2010, he wrote a series of essays for TheaterJones about his experience with making theater in Ethiopia in 2009. The first of those, which links to the others, is here. Earlier this year, he spent time in Nepal and India, areas he'll explore more in the coming years (and write about for us). In 2011, he started his own theater company, Dead White Zombies, which is currently doing a bold and tough-to-watch, but still unforgettable, production of an immersive play called T.N.B., performed in a former "drug stash" house in West Dallas, near the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. (Look for a review of that show on TheaterJones this week.)

Click each audio link below to hear both parts of the interview. The player will open in a new window, so you can listen while you do other stuff on the Internet (preferably on our site). If you get a message that a plug-in is needed, it's because your browser needs a Flash plug-in. (Volume varies, so you'll have to adjust accordingly.)

Audio: Tina Parker and Christopher Carlos
Thomas Riccio talks with the co-artistic directors of Kitchen Dog Theater.

published Tuesday, June 4, 2013

In this two-part interview, Thomas Riccio talks to Tina Parker and Christopher Carlos, co-artistic directors of Kitchen Dog Theater. They discuss the group's origins, the trust factor within the company, the group's role in the community, involvement in the National New Play Network and other topics.

Kitchen Dog Theater was founded in 1990 by five graduates of the MFA Theater Program at Southern Methodist University. The group is one of the founding theaters of the National New Play Network, in which it is actively involved. Kitchen Dog has always maintained a love for contemporary work, occasionally delving into new looks at classics, from Shakespeare to Tennessee Williams to this spring's production of Eugene Ionesco's The Chairs. The group's name is taken from Samuel Beckett's masterpiece, Waiting for Godot. In that play, the "kitchen dog" is a symbol of the victim/participant in our society's seemingly endless cycle of ignorance and injustice.

  • Read our review of the New Works Festival cabaret performance of Tim Johnson's One: Man. Show here
  • Read our review of the New Works Festival mainstage production of Octavio Solis' Se Llama Cristina, part of a National New Play Network rolling world premiere, here
  • Read our interview with Octavio Solis here
  • See a schedule of staged readings in the New Works Festival here

Riccio is a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, a playwright, director, world traveler and theater-maker. In the spring of 2010, he wrote a series of essays for TheaterJones about his experience with making theater in Ethiopia in 2009. The first of those, which links to the others, is here. Earlier this year, he spent time in Nepal and India, areas he'll explore more in the coming years (and write about for us). In 2011, he started his own theater company, Dead White Zombies, which is currently doing a bold and tough-to-watch, but still unforgettable, production of an immersive play called T.N.B., performed in a former "drug stash" house in West Dallas, near the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. (Look for a review of that show on TheaterJones this week.)

Click each audio link below to hear both parts of the interview, which was conducted in January, 2013. The player will open in a new window, so you can listen while you do other stuff on the Internet (preferably on our site). And if you get a message that a plug-in is needed, it's because your browser needs a Flash plug-in. (Volume varies, so you'll have to adjust accordingly.)

Coming up in Thomas Riccio's audio interviews with theater-makers in DFW, look for conversations with David Meglino of the Festival of Independent Theatres and T.J. Walsh of Trinity Shakespeare Festival, among others.

Audio: Steven Walters
Thomas Riccio talks with the co-founder and co-artistic director of Second Thought Theatre.

published Thursday, June 28, 2012

In this two-part interview, Thomas Riccio talks to Steven Walters, the co-founder and coartistic director of Second Thought Theatre in Dallas. They discuss the group's origins, its mission and why Walters, who is also a company member of the Dallas Theater Center, keeps coming back. They also talk about changes in the Dallas theater scene, the importance of financially supporting new work, and the role of critics.

Second Thought closes its current season with Bomb-itty of Errors, a hip-hop take on Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors, running June 28-July 15 at Bryant Hall, next to the Kalita Humphreys Theater. Second Thought was originally founded by Baylor University students, and Walters now runs it with the help of Chris LaBove.

Riccio is a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, a playwright, director, world traveler and theater-maker. In the spring of 2010, he wrote a series of essays for TheaterJones about his experience with making theater in Ethiopia in 2009. The first of those, which links to the others, is here. In 2011, he started his own theater company, Dead White Zombies, which recently ran the premiere of his interactive Flesh World in a 40,000-square-foot warehouse in West Dallas, just on the west side of the new Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.

With this series of interviews, Riccio is hoping to get at the idea of a Dallas or North Texas theater aesthetic. The others are below in our new AudioCasts section.

Click each audio link below and it will open a player in a new window, so you can listen while you do other stuff on the Internet (preferably on our site). And if you get a message that a plug-in is needed, it's because your browser needs a Flash plug-in. (Volume varies, so you'll have to adjust accordingly.)

◊ Here's a video preview of Bomb-itty of Errors:

Audio: David Lozano
Thomas Riccio talks with the co-founder and artistic director of Cara Mía Theatre Company.

published Sunday, March 25, 2012

In this two-part interview, Thomas Riccio talks to David Lozano, the co-founder and artistic director of Cara Mía Theatre Company in Dallas. They discuss the group's mission, the role of Latino theaters and the health of Latino theater in North Texas. Cara Mía's next show is the Los Angeles import La Esquinita USA, from California's legendary El Teatro Campesino. The show is written and performed by Rubén C. González, and runs March 29-31 at the Latino Cultural Center.

Riccio is a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, a playwright, director, world traveler and theater-maker. In the spring of 2010, he wrote a series of essays for TheaterJones about his experience with making theater in Ethiopia in 2009. The first of those, which links to the others, is here. In 2011, he started his own theater company, Dead White Zombies. Their next production is Flesh World, performed in a large 40,000-square-foot warehouse in West Dallas, just on the west side of the new Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.

With this series of interviews, Riccio is hoping to get at the idea of a Dallas or North Texas theater aesthetic. The others are below in our new AudioCasts section.

Click each link below and it will open a player in a new window, so you can listen while you do other stuff on the Internet (preferably on our site). And if you get a message that a plug-in is needed, it's because your browser needs a Flash plug-in. (Volume varies, so you'll have to adjust accordingly.)

Audio: Tre Garrett
Playwright Thomas Riccio and Jubilee Theatre artistic director Tre Garrett discuss African-American theater.

published Tuesday, January 24, 2012

In this two-part interview, Thomas Riccio talks to Tre Garrett, the new artistic director of Jubilee Theatre in Fort Worth. They discuss Jubilee's mission and portraying the African-American experience on stage. The next production directed by Garrett, Charlayne Woodard's Pretty Fire, begins previews this Friday, Jan. 27, and opens on Feb. 3.

Riccio is a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, a playwright, director, world traveler and theater-maker. In the spring of 2010, he wrote a series of essays for TheaterJones about his experience with making theater in Ethiopia in 2009. The first of those, which links to the others, is here. In 2011, he started his own theater company, Dead White Zombies.

With this series of interviews, Riccio is hoping to get at the idea of a Dallas or North Texas theater aesthetic. The others are below in our new AudioCasts section.

Click each link below and it will open a player in a new window, so you can listen while you do other stuff on the Internet (preferably on our site). And if you get a message that a plug-in is needed, it's because your browser needs a Flash plug-in. (Volume varies, so you'll have to adjust accordingly.)

Audio: Matthew Posey
Thomas Riccio talks to the Ochre House founder about his work, including his Frida Kahlo show opening this weekend.

published Saturday, November 5, 2011

In this two-part interview conducted by Thomas Riccio, Matthew Posey discusses his beginnings in Dallas, from working with Undermain Theatre to the Deep Ellum Theatre Garage, and on to his current Balanced Almond/Ochre House, which presents original works, mostly written by Posey.

Posey also talks about deconstruction and his outfit's current show, Ex Voto: The Immaculate Conceptions of Frida Kahlo. (You'll also hear a bit from Posey's dog, Walter.)

You can read a separate Q&A with Posey by Mark Lowry here

Riccio is a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, a playwright, director, world traveler and theater-maker. In the spring of 2010, he wrote a series of essays for TheaterJones about his experience with making theater in Ethiopia in 2009. The first of those, which links to the others, is here. He also recently started his own theater company, Dead White Zombies.

With this series of interviews, Riccio is hoping to get at the idea of a Dallas or North Texas theater aesthetic. The others are below in our new AudioCasts section.

Click each link below and it will open a player in a new window, so you can listen while you do other stuff on the Internet (preferably on our site). And if you get a message that a plug-in is needed, it's because your browser needs a Flash plug-in. (Volume varies, so you'll have to adjust accordingly.)

Audio: Raphael Parry
Thomas Riccio has a conversation with the artistic director of Shakespeare Dallas and founding producer of Project X.

published Friday, September 23, 2011

If you want to know about the Dallas theater scene in the past 30 years, Raphael Parry is a good place to start. After working with the Alley Theatre in Houston, Parry moved to Dallas to pursue acting in the late '70s. In a production of Lysistrata, he met Katherine Owens, and the two founded Undermain Theatre, which at the time was one of several spots for experimental and avant-garde theater in Dallas. It still is, although there are fewer companies doing that kind of work than when Parry and Owens began.

Parry is now the artistic director of Shakespeare Dallas (which has a fall production of Hamlet currently open, in which Parry plays Polonius); and founded Project X: Theatre, which operates the Green Zone in the Design District, a space that also hosts independent companies like Upstart Productions.

In this two-part interview conducted by Thomas Riccio, Parry discusses his beginnings in Dallas, co-founding Undermain Theatre, and what he has noticed as the scene has grown and changed in the past three decades. He has some interesting insight about our can-do spirit and why some new theater companies start out strong and then lose their way. He also talks about upcoming projects, including a collaboration with Erik Ehn.

Riccio is a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, a playwright, director, world traveler and theater-maker. In the spring of 2010, he wrote a series of essays for TheaterJones about his experience with making theater in Ethiopia in 2009. The first of those, which links to the others, is here. He also recently started his own theater company, Dead White Zombies.

With this series of interviews, Riccio is hoping to get at the idea of a Dallas or North Texas theater aesthetic. The others are below in our new AudioCasts section.

Click each link below and it will open a player in a new window, so you can listen while you do other stuff on the Internet (preferably on our site). And if you get a message that a plug-in is needed, it's because your browser needs a Flash plug-in.

Audio: Jerry Russell and Jim Covault
Thomas Riccio talks to the men behind Fort Worth's Stage West.

published Friday, June 10, 2011

In our sixth in a series of audio interviews with local artistic directors, Thomas Riccio talks to Stage West founder Jerry Russell and its artistic director, Jim Covault.

Riccio is a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, a playwright, director, world traveler and theater-maker. In the spring of 2010, he wrote a series of essays for TheaterJones about his experience with making theater in Ethiopia in 2009. The first of those, which links to the others, is here. He also recently started his own theater company, Dead White Zombies.

Russell founded Stage West in 1977, and Covault became a regular soon after. They both direct and act on its stage, which has moved a few times in more than 30 years.

In this one, Riccio has a conversation with Russell and Covault about the theater's origins, the history, supporting Texas playwrights and the differences between Fort Worth and Dallas theater.

Listen below (it opens a new window for the player so you can continue to browse the Internet):

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