Theatre Schmooze: Season 1, Episode 2 with Kimberly Senior
Episode 2 dropped on Thursday, April 15, 2021 with our second guest: Kimberly Senior, a Jewish woman director of Disgraced, Sheltered, and The Whipping Man. Tune in as she and Danielle discuss Jewish representation and identity in theatre. Theatre Schmooze, an all-new, monthly podcast from Alliance for Jewish Theatre where we chat with Jewish theatre makers from around the world about their art, Judaism, and vision for theater’s future. Hosted by Danielle Levsky (AJT Board Member, writer, clown, performer, producer, and theatre journalist), Theatre Schmooze will feature one-on-one conversations with artists that will illuminate the heart, soul, and diversity of contemporary Jewish theatre. Theatre Schmooze is an Alliance for Jewish Theatre program, produced by Jeremy Aluma, Danny Debner, Lawrence Goodman, and Danielle Levsky, with assistance from Ariel Martz-Oberlander and Mindy Leanse. Our theme music is by Ilya Levinson and Alex Koffman, and our logo was created by Michelle Shapiro. www.theatreschmooze.com
Kimberly Senior: Bella Bella, Career Suicide, and Ladies in Leadership!
Finding Matt Damon
In this episode we chat with the fantastic Kimberly Senior. We discuss Bella Bella, Career Suicide, and starting a career in Chicago. Kimberly shares her inspiring thoughts about theater as an invitation and what leadership can look like versus what we are raised to believe it is. We had such a blast talking with Kimberly, and she has the perfect voice for radio, so please enjoy Episode 7!
Director Kimberly Senior, whose credits include the 2012 Broadway production of Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Disgraced, joins the conversation to discuss developing new works for the theatre and the world premiere of Ellen Fairey's Support Group For Men at Goodman Theatre. Season 3 Episode 12 Originally posted June 28, 2018
You Should Be Terrified with Guest Artist Kimberly Senior
Making An Artist
Holy shadizzle ya'll on today's episode we have the wonderful Broadway director Kimberly Senior. You also might have seen her work on a little network called HBO which you can check out here: https://itsh.bo/2HO9NE4On today's episode we talk about how you absolutely should be terrified or as Shanna's therapist calls it: Reasonably Uncomfortable when being an artist, balancing parenthood with being an artist (hint, it's not much different from being a lawyer) and why men always empty their pockets when entering a room!To purchase tickets to Shanna's creative workshop at The Robey click here: http://bit.ly/2w67CKxTo learn more about Kimberly Senior visit kimberlysenior.netVisit LifeofthePahty.com and Patreon.com/LifeofthePahty to learn more and support this listener supported podcast.Podcast art by JessikaSavage.comEpisode music by Lennon Bone of soundandpatternsmusic.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shanna-shrum/support
For playwright Ellen Fairey and director Kimberly Senior, aging and ageism, the evolution of gender roles, and the need for safe spaces to express our anxieties about an ever-changing world take center stage in the Goodman Theatre's New Stages Festival production ofSupport Group for Men.
Classroom Connections: CiTE Conversations on Teaching and Learning
In this month's podcast, Adjunct Theater Professor, Kimberly Senior, discusses how she caters to her students' various learning styles through assigning heavily immersive classroom activities that combine discussion, performance, reading, research, writing, group work, and mentoring. She also talks about how she's seen learning styles evolve over her time teaching.
TTIC- Kimberly Senior and Ron OJ Parson - Oct 24, 2011
Talk Theatre in Chicago
Kimberly Senior directed the production of Harold Pinter's Old Times that is currently playing at Strawdog Theatre. Ron OJ Parson is directing the production of Pinter's The Caretaker that will open at Writers' Theatre in a few weeks. They join Anne Nicholson Weber to talk about the distinctive challenges of precision, rhythm and open-endedness that characterize Pinter's work.