Thanks for visiting The Performers Podcast, Canada’s longest-running podcast on the arts. In 2018 we won the “Best Cultural Series” award at the 2018 Canadian Podcasting awards.
Listen and you’ll find insightful, entertaining interviews with Tony Award-winning and emerging artists. On this page you’ll hear about Colm Feore’s ‘King Lear’ and Mike Shara’s ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost.’
Alexis Gordon shares the story of her audition for Stratford Festival director Donna Feore’s production of ‘The Sound of Music’ and the subsequent audition for the Festival’s director of music Franklin Brasz for Susan Schulman’s ‘Carousel’ for which Gordon landed the leading role.
Stratford Festival veteran Keith Dinicol traces his roots back to the early days of the Festival where, other than Tyrone Guthrie, he’s worked with every artistic director.
You can click below to listen to any of these interviews or check out the Episode Guide, where you’ll find all my guests listed in alphabetical order by last name.