(Originally aired in April 2021) Richard Carroll is a Sydney based director, writer and producer. One of the co-founders of the Hayes Theatre, his 2017 production of Calamity Jane won him a Sydney Theatre Award for Best Production of an Independent Musical, and a nomination as Best Director. His directing and producing credits also include Monty Python’s Spamalot, Oklahoma!, Gypsy, Sweet Charity, Mame, and Meet Me in St Louis. In 2019, his season of Once at the Darlinghurst Theatre Company was a sold out success, and is now making a return to Darlinghurst’s Eternity Playhouse from the 8th of June before embarking on a national tour.
Pushing the Boundaries Using Circular Design w/ Richard Carroll
Think you can’t charge a premium for your work? Think again. In this episode, we sat down with Richard Carroll, owner of RC Outdoor, to discuss how finding your niche and creating unique designs can attract new customers, intimidate competitors, and bring elevated value to your work. Some topics we covered: Creating a niche that allows him to charge a premium and do fewer jobs a year Creating and selling designs so ambitious that few competitors are willing to undertake them How circles set his designs apart and how he developed that style Why confidently charging what you’re worth helps you and the industry Find this interview and many more by subscribing to Hardscape Growth on Spotify, on Apple Podcasts, or on our website. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Hardscape Growth in your favorite podcast player.
Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA have announced that actor Emily Havea (Wentworth, Harrow, The Secrets She Keeps) has been cast as cowman Curly McLain in their forthcoming production of OKLAHOMA! The season will run from Saturday 28 November to Sunday 20 December, on the Heath Ledger Theatre stage. Acclaimed director Richard Carroll (Calamity Jane, Once, The Show Goes On) was pleased that the estate of Rodgers and Hammerstein agreed to the cross-gender casting. Oklahoma! will be the company’s first staged theatre production since the postponement of the 2020 season due to COVID 19. Tickets available at bsstc.com.au or call 6212 9300 Director Richard Carroll joined us on Remember When.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
'Whip-Crack-Away!' - Writer, Producer and Director, Richard Carroll
STAGES with Peter Eyers
Prior to arriving in Australia, Richard Carroll had only tentatively contemplated a career in the theatre. His showbiz participation had consisted of school productions and writing questions for Quiz programs in the UK. Casting and production experiences in television followed, providing him with essential skills to navigate the creative roles of writer, producer and director.Carroll is one of Australia’s leading proponents of the Musical and is a founding member of The Hayes Theatre Company in Sydney; an organisation dedicated to the celebration and preservation of the musical and cabaret forms.His impressive list of credits as Producer or Writer include Everybody Loves Lucy, Julie Madly Deeply, Darlinghurst Nights, High Society and Sweet Charity - the production that alerted the industry that something special was happening at The Hayes.As a Director, his highly successful production of Calamity Jane, starring Virginia Gay, played throughout Australia, delighting audiences with a new look at an old favourite.Other shows seeing Carroll at the helm include Spamalot, Gypsy, An Act of God, Once and Sideshow; an array of product exploring classical Broadway fare and contemporary works.In November he directs the iconic Oklahoma for The Black Swan Theatre Company in Perth. You can also find Richard in a back catalogue of episodes for his podcasts: At The Hayes and Every Musical Ever. Today, you’ll find him on Stages, reflecting on his journey to Australia and the theatrical delights he has discovered and made significant contribution.
110 | Richard Carroll | How to Be a Successful Serial Entrepreneur
Leaders Of Tomorrow Podcast
In today, show, Chris interviews Richard Carroll, successful serial entrepreneur and Managing Director, Keylingo Translations. Richard shares how the transferable skillsets that he picked up during his Student Works days have helped him find entrepreneurial success in diverse fields like finance, energy, and technology. This show starts with Richard recalling his Student Works days. What are some of his biggest learnings that are helping him to date? Richard shares how the program helped him build the confidence necessary to set up new entrepreneurial ventures. Right after Student Works, Richard ventured into finance with another colleague from Student Works, Marcus. In this segment of the show, Richard shares interesting anecdotes about how he set up and scaled his business, Swift Trade. Ironically, competition intensified with the advent of the internet, and Richard was forced to transition to another business. Learning from his first venture, Richard finally found success with Energy One Canada. How did Richard and his business partners manage to scale up revenues from zero to $8 million in just two years? And, why did he exit the business even after this phenomenal success? This segment of the show will give you some good lessons in business strategy. Currently, Richard is the Managing Director of Keylingo Translations. How have Key Lingo Translations managed to grow into the 37th largest linguistic provider in a highly fragmented and competitive industry? Topics discussed here include the importance of a standardized approach, delegation and much, much more. We wrap up this show by sharing some crucial attributes that truly define a Leader of Tomorrow. Tune in to learn how balance, perseverance, and Student Works skills helped Richard create enormous value in diverse fields. Resources: Key Lingo Translations Student Works Chris Thomson LinkedIn Chris’s Email
Richard Carroll is a director, writer and producer.That's just for starters. He also hosts his own podcast, Every Musical Ever, is a board member of The Pipeline Arts Ltd and was one of the founders of The Hayes Theatre Company. In only a few short years Richard has established himself as one of the most creative and innovative directors on the Australia theatre scene.Excitingly, Richard, in association with the Darlinghurst Theatre Company, is bringing award-winning musical "Once" to the stage, beginning it's run in late June."Once" began its life as an Irish movie, written and directed by John Carney, in 2007 starring modern-day Irish folk hero, Glen Hansard, and Marketa Irglova. The story of two struggling musicians in Dublin who fall in love while following their passion for music, took the world by storm. "Once" won the Academy Award for Best Song in 2007 for "Falling Slowly".Since then the movie was adapted as a musical for the stage and previews begin on 26-June at the Darlinghurst Theatre.Tickets are already selling really fast for the month-long run of the show. If a night of story and song is your thing, check out this link for tickets. The show will lift you up, give you tingles and make you feel just that bit happier about the world we all live in:Tickets here: https://bit.ly/2YB2WXBOn the pod today Richard discusses the importance of balance and chemistry amongst the cast when putting an ensemble musical like this together. He has a strict "No Arseholes" policy.If you enjoy our conversation, you can stay stay in touch with Richard at his website, www.richardcarroll.com.au or on twitter @richard_carrollLet him know you head him here on What I Don't Talk About @ BBQs.Thanks to:eight and a half for “Piece by Piece” – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-U_MC4mabNMTara Ward for the art and design – http://www.tarawardphotography.com.au/Podcast homepage – https://widtaabbqs.home.blog/
Evening - Sunday, March 11, 2018 - Ordination Service: Richard Carroll - Luke 5:17-26
Broadway Baptist Church
Evening - Sunday, March 11, 2018 - Ordination Service: Richard Carroll - Luke 5:17-26 by Broadway Baptist Church in Lexington, Kentucky - listen to our worship services here. Pastor Daniel Ausbun preaches from the Christian Standard Bible (CSB). A Southern Baptist congregation at 2500 Harrodsburg Road in Lexington, KY 40503.