Episode 209: Megan and Adam Judd, Kali Friend, Michelle Christoph, Jeremy Seghers
To a Certain Degree
Shop Small. Shop Local. Shop. If you remember nothing else from this episode with Megan and Adam Judd, Kali Friend, Michelle Christoph, and Jeremy Seghers, it’s that. Also, you should probably remember way more than that. We discuss failed businesses, creating a community, finding the right partner to boil yarn with, and terrible ways to get people to your store. Enjoy! Megan and Adam Judd Jeremy Seghers Michelle Christoph Kali Friend
Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play-https://www.facebook.com/events/361129884423115/ Valencia Arts & Entertainment-https://www.facebook.com/valenciaartsandentertainment/ Beauregarde Von Hoffman-https://www.thevonhoffman.com/ The Orlando Sisters - Abbey of St. Gertrude de Nivelles-https://www.facebook.com/OrlandoSisters/ SCAD-https://www.scad.edu/
How can we have Cyber Monday without Jeremy Seghers on the show? It’s an annual tradition, not unlike the story of Scrooge, Marley, spirits, and the rest of the cast of A Christmas Carol, which Jeremy directed at the Garden Theatre. Get to know your own past, present, and future on this episode, if you dare!
28. Matt Zenon, Jeremy Seghers, and Jade Jones (11/11/2019)
Orlando Theatre Hour
Jeremy Seghers, Jade Jones, and Matt Zenon joined the show to talk about the upcoming production of A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas at the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden. Seghers is the director of the piece, and Jones and Zenon play the Spirits of Christmas Present and Future, respectively. This spirited version of A Christmas Carol puts the ghostly qualities of Charles Dickens’ classic tale center stage. A swirling chorus of ghosts weave through this uplifting holiday story of redemption, magic, and hope as the greedy Scrooge learns the error of his ways. A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas by Michael Wilson, Adapted from the novella by Charles DickensWHERE: The Garden Theater in Winter GardenWHEN: November 22nd – December 22nd TICKETS: gardentheatre.org ASL Interpreted performance on Thursday, December 5 @ 7:30pm (with signers appearing in front of the stage, not onstage)Sensory-friendly performance Saturday, December 7 @ 2:00pm
Local experimental theatre director and performer Jeremy Seghers visits the show to talk about the upcoming Three Stories project at the Timucua Arts Foundation. Three seemingly disparate plays on three stories of a house are combined with a fourth play. We talk directing, story creation, and more.
Jeremy Seghers returns to WPRK for a full-length episode of To a Certain Degree. When last we spoke, he was just about to stage Saint Joan. This time around, he's prepping for a 2018 that is full of work by local playwrights. Give it a listen!