This week on Radcentric, writer/actor Ricky Parks comes on the show to discuss his involvement with “Making a Scene: A Night of One Acts,” and we also we dive into his own work. Continue reading Radcentric: Playwright Ricky Parks
This week on Radcentric, writer/director Jake Wood comes on the show to discuss his involvement with “Making a Scene: A Night of One Acts.” As discussed in the last episode of the podcast, the one acts are being performed May 1-4. Jake is directing the dramedy “Sunday Night” by Julian Sheppard in the festival. The play is about a newly wedded couple that begin to go through immediate regrets about their decision to be married. The play has plenty of adult content and extremely likable characters.
Along with directing his first stage play, Jake also has a youtube channel where he uploads short films and other various videos. His most recent video is a short film titled “Until We Get it Right.” It focuses on a couple trapped in an endless cycle of replaying the same breakup until they, you guessed it, get it right. Continue reading Radcentric: Writer/director Jake Wood
James Bristow comes onto Radcentric to talk about some of his upcoming shows. Bristow is directing a one act called “Present Tense” as part of the directing two class’s students’ show “Making a Scene: An Evening of One Acts” which is set to go up May 1-4. There are seven shows that are broken up into two sections across the four day span. He is also acting in the main stage production of “Major Barbara”, April 18-21, where he acts with an insane cockney accent. And yes, he does give a taste of what that will sound like. Continue reading Radcentric: James Bristow: Actor, director, theatre connoisseur
Today on Radcentric we talk with Radford University sophomore Matthew Bagley.
Bagley, known on stage as Alexander Mack, is an up-and-coming rapper whose music can be found on soundcloud. He sat down with us to discuss his influences and his opinion on the music industry.
Magician Ryan Waide comes on the show to talk about his magic prowess. Now although he wouldn’t call himself a professional magician, Waide has performed for many benefits (getting paid I might add) and has a wonderful extension of knowledge about his craft. A very funny interview that you should give a listen. Continue reading Radcentric: Ryan Waide’s magic show
Today Radcentric is visited by The Borealis Adventure Co. This indie folk band consists of Travis Atwell (vocals, guitar, mandolin and harmonica), Carolyn Weaver (vocals and percussion), Seth Ratliff (vocals, banjo, guitar and mandolin) and Ryan Meadows (bass). They talk about their influences and their own personal connection with music in general. They were also kind enough to play a couple of their songs.
There were some technical difficulties, namely embedding the darn thing into to this page, but it’s all here and you won’t be disappointed. Give it a listen and be introduced to some amazing talent.