May 16, 2013
The craziest and most bizarre podcast we have done. I can't even explain it to you. You just have to listen.
The craziest and most bizarre podcast we have done. I can't even explain it to you. You just have to listen.
Here is the finale of our discussion that began with our Shakespeare Madness bracket whatever. It was a fun talk, hope you enjoy it.
Here is our round up discussion on the debate we had about which is Shakespeare's greatest play.
Here it is the second half of our battle royal. We pick through the comedies and decide which one is the most dominate. Then we have a face off between the two winners and find out who is the supreme leader. Or most dominate Shakespearean play. We have a lot of fun pinning play versus play and finding out who we think is the winner. Now you can decide.
In honor of March Madness we have designed our own bracket challenge pining Shakespeare's greatest plays against Shakespeare's greatest plays. There can be only one winner. Who will it be. In part 1 we take on the Tragedies and the History. Who will win each bracket and then who will be supreme. The only way to find out is to listen to Episode 37.
This is Shakespeare's only culinary play. If you want to learn how to bake the perfect pie for your ex wife, then this episode is for you.
JC is more then just a play, it's an opportunity to talk about anything, and thats what we did. Mat's is joined this week by the Shakespearean Rain Man Jeremy Funke. We talk about the Pope, Christianity, Peanut Butter Sandwiches and even a little bit about the Romans and Caesar himself.
Who can ignore the charm of a sexy political thriller that ends in a double suicide?!! Isn't that everything Shona Rhimes ever wrote?
What's funnier then celibacy? Nothing else needs to be said. Kevin McGuire and Mat Young discuss this important topic in Episode 33.
Mat and Italian Adventurer Kevin McGuire discuss at short length the small similarities of Cymbeline and Cinderella. And more then they both start with a C.
As we reached our 1 year anniversary The Process Podcast's Jack Mason and Mat Young take a little time to answer life's most important question. What would happen if Romeo and Juliet actually had to spend eternity together. It's an interesting look into the brain storming process. You don't want to miss Romeo and Juliet II.
Episode 30 is jammed full of delicious goodness. We have three episodes packed into one and all in our ten minute format. All the info you'll need and in just ten minutes. Henry the 6th part 1, 2, & 3 all for the price of one, which is free, and entertaining. Like three jelly donuts smushed into one delicious enormous donut that is only ten calories. Enjoy this sweet treat.
We return to our shorten format for some of the plays that deserve a little less love. Mat and Kevin discuss All's Well that Ends Well, quickly.
As we begin our venture into 2013 I sat down with a group of young artists from the University of Chicago. They are passionate, inspiring and full energy and excitment about the process they are involved in. We also talk about the year that was and whats to be excited about. All in the classic loose fashion of the Process Podcast.
Ok, so we started out our discussion talking about MacBeth, then it took some weird turns, and in the end the something even stranger happened. Is Macbeth cursed? We try to answer that question in episode 27.
After Thanksgiving the gang is back to discuss the sad sorry of Richard II. We actually have a real discussion this time before realizing we are being too serious, and the train soon comes off the tracks as only the Process Podcast can do when talking about Shakespeare.
The Silver episode of the process podcast is here -The Winter's Tale. But it's much more than that. You name it and we talked about it. What exactly? Listen and find out. I with tell you, we did hear a little bit about when little Kevin McGuire discovered his first-
So if Midsummer and Antigone had a baby it would be called Two Noble Kinsman.
The only thing this podcast is missing is a huge turkey leg to devour while listening. Enjoy another five minutes of important information you shouldn't live without.
Two Gents is one of Shakespeare's early comedies. Um........yeah so, enjoy.
Because of our relentless pursuit of entertaining you, we bring another Episode in our 5 minute series. The Merry Wives of Windsor.
What can we say? I bet you'll learn something this time, because who really knows anything about Timon of Athens. You will after this Podcast.
The experiment continues with Shakespeare's Greek classic Troilus and Cressida.
The Process Podcast is always in search of new and cutting edge technolgy and ideas. Our Experiment begins with Pericles. I think you'll appreicate our efforts.
Our first real tribute to ADD radio is here. The Process welcomes newcomer Jake Presson to the show to discuss in depth Comedy of Errors. Along with many many many other things, thus making it ADD radio. The Process is happy to welcome Jake to the show for episode 17.
Ever wonder to yourself self what a Method actor is? Or what the Method of acting actually is? Well The Process Podcast delves a little deeper into the actual process of acting in Episode 16 Quo Vadimus. "Where are we going" is the English translation and should be the mantra of all creative experiences. If you're lucky it will be a Process.
We try our hardest to take on A Midsummer Night's Dream. We had a new perspective for a Bottom himself Chris Kozlowski. After delving into the process a little Kevin, Chris, Matt and Mat get side tracked. Well isn't that always the case when it comes to the Process....Podcast.
Episode 14 revisits the work Dessert 1st is doing on 12th Night as well as discussing A Midsummer Night's Dream a little. We'll definitely come back to that one. We also welcome Matt Gutierrez to the podcast. Matt will be playing Sir Andrew in 12th Night. A lot a laughs and even an interesting story about sniffing cognac. Thats just the start of it. Enjoy Episode 14 Dream.
The gang gets back together to discuss the upcoming Dessert 1st project Twelfth Night. we talk about where we all start in the process and our excitement about what's to come. We will be bringing you different members of the cast each giving their own insight into their experience with their own process.
Ok so this is a weird one. It's starts off with my dazzling improv skills, which could be compared to that of a shoe. Actually a shoe is more creative. The good news is it's a very silly podcast. I'm not alone this time either. We have spared no expense. Actually we've used no expense to bring in guest artists like Kenneth Branagh, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, and even the dead Sir Laurence Olivier. Yeah we have brought in a zombie for you. Only on the Process.
Something different has arrived to the Process Podcast. This week I am joined by an old friend Julie Thaxter-Gourlay and her wood sprite. We go deep into the storm that is Shakespeare's last play The Tempest. I am positive that you can learn something from this Episode and still laugh a lot. After all, it ain't nothin but a Process.
Happy April everyone. To kick off this spring time weather The Process Podcast has decided to bring you a special we called AprIl Shakespearean Fools. No it's not about the tricks that take place in Shakespeare's plots, but his favorite simpletons- The Fools. Well not all are simple, but Kevin and I are. So join us for THE FOOLS.
Mat's on his own for this one. In Episode Nine he discusses the Contest. The Process is holding a contest for the best Shakespearean adaptation on film. Mat goes through a list of 30 movies Rotten Tomatoes deemed the best Shakespearean adaptations. The reason The Process is doing this because we want your opinion on what you think the best adaptation is. Just email your best argument for your film and you may win a Blu Ray copy of Shakespeare in Love as well as having a private performance by Kevin McGuire. You choose the speech and Kevin will recite it on the next Podcast. It's that simple. Email us your best argument for why your film is the best Shakespearean adaptation at firstname.lastname@example.org
In this very special episode we step away from our shakespearean exploration and delve into the life of a very simple but large man, myself. Recent events in my life have caused me to use this platform as a way to share my own thoughts on these events. I address what I've been told, what some of the rumors are, and even have a little fun while I do it. No, I haven't committed a crime, I just lost my job. But that's life and it's a process.
For the second half of our discussion on Hamlet, I brought the girls back to help me get to the bottom of this popular tragedy. They all had a lot to say about their experience with the play and how it will forever be the defining moment of their lives!!!!!!!! Well, not really, but their proud of their work, as they should be. In the end I hope that we can all understand a little more about the process.
A whole new group of experts are brought in to discuss the difficulties in mounting a production of Hamlet. This Episode is so big it couldn't be contained in one episode. Enjoy Part One of Episode Seven Hamlet Prince of Denmark.
You guessed it. Kevin and Mat are back to bring you rambling insight into another of Shakespeare's identity play, Twelfth Night. They also establish a new drinking game as well as discuss why bad guys are sometimes good and good guys are sometimes bad. No it's not a dating show, it's just the process.
Episode Five is here. As You Like it. Kevin and Mat discuss this identity play in great length and get to the route of the human experience and discover something quite unusual about the parallels between Shakespeare and the world we live in. Or we may have gone off on a tangent for an hour. The only way you can find out is giving over to the process.
The gang is at it again. This time discussing Shakespeare's comedy Measure for Measure. Yes it's a comedy. How funny is it? Come listen to the podcast and hear for yourself. Not everyone knows about this quiet beauty. If you don't want to see this show after listening to this one, then you just don't understand The Process.
Kevin McGuire joins us again along with world renown (New Haven County really) Shakespearean drama-turd Jeremy Funke. Both lay down their smooth Shakespearean tones and knowledge on one of Shakespeare's most trixie comedies - The Taming of the Shrew. Host Mat Young guides you through the muck and out the other end. Will you learn something this time. I think so, but remember its not the results that are important, it's the Process.
An academic and intellectual discussion about one of Shakespeare's hidden gems, King John, by two guys who know nothing about the play. Jack Mason and Mat Young talk in-depth about everything, while touching on King John every once and awhile. Hey, we aren't to big to keep learning. It's the Process for christ sake.
Remastered. An adventure into one of the most famous suicide plays of all time. Well you didn't think it was a romance, did you?
Imagine Inside the Actor's Studio was less of a commercial for an upcoming film and had absolutely no celebrities and more foul language, then The Process Podcast is for you. The opinions and experiences of local artist come together and discuss how they delve into their own work and continue to challenge their own expectations. The Process isn't just a podcast, well actually it it, but it also presents challenges to itself in hopes of deliver an entertaining and educational look behind the curtain. The first challenge is to do an episode for each of Shakespeare's plays. Will we succeed? Will we fail? Well it's all a process.