- Episode 8 Raymond Gomez, director, artist, life coaching
Raymond jumped at the chance to direct DEATH OF A SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFIT for a first directing project and shares his experience. An artist to watch, HMTC interviews Raymond about his tips for directing and having joy in your life.
Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/hmtc-behind-the-scenes/donations42m | Mar 2, 2022
- Episode 7 Abigail Onwunali winner of 2021 Monologue Slam
An interview with 2021 Hanford Monologue winner Abigail Onwunali. Abigail is very talented and passionate about her art. A daughter of immigrant Nigerian parents, she followed their wishes to be immensely educated. However, she was accepted to the Yale School of Drama and she is relishing that direction. Silvia Gonzalez Scherer finally catches up to Abigail on January 23, 2022.
Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/hmtc-behind-the-scenes/donations20m | Feb 5, 2022
- Episode 6 Mark Saltzman, Puppeteer, Artist
Silvia, Artistic Director and Camia, Managing Director interview the wonderful Mark Saltzman about his puppeteering skills. He discusses puppet making, and building huge puppets for shows, his touring with Disney's The Bear in the Big Blue House, and puppet slams and puppet conventions. Puppets are not only artistic, but also healing.
Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/hmtc-behind-the-scenes/donations49m | Mar 27, 2021
- Episode 5 Brandi Aguilar, Life of an actress in L.A.
Brandi Aguilar, actress, comedienne, sketch-writer, YouTuber talks to HMTC Behind the Scenes hosts Silvia Gonzalez Scherer and Camia Scherer.
Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/hmtc-behind-the-scenes/donations26m | Oct 13, 2020
- Episode 4 Actors/Puppeteers talk after a recording
After a very successful recording of Don't Just Look puppet show, an Arts and Accessibility/California Arts Council grant project, Christopher De La Rosa, Gabriel Omar Pimentel, Ricardo Sierra, and Silvia Gonzalez Scherer do an impromptu discussion of the play themes of bullying, disabilities, and calling out injustice. The four, separated by six feet from each other, discuss the show, HMTC, and the current restrictions that suppresses creative people.
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“This activity was supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Arts and Disability Center at the University of California Los Angeles.”
Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/hmtc-behind-the-scenes/donations45m | Oct 6, 2020
- Episode 3 Angel Pean winner of 2020 Monologue Slam
Angel Pean is the winner of the Hanford Monologue Slam Cyber Edition. This monologue slam was international. Contestants from around the world and in different languages competed for the crown. Angel Pean takes the prize. Interview with the charming Angel Pean.
Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/hmtc-behind-the-scenes/donations26m | Oct 4, 2020
- Episode 2 Don Brakeman actor in his 80's
Professional actor and acting coach Don Brakeman gives tips on acting as a career.
Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/hmtc-behind-the-scenes/donations20m | Oct 3, 2020
- Episode 1 Julio Cesar Gonzalez, Jr., director of The Uber Driver short
Julio Cesar Gonzalez, Jr., Director and writer of film UBER DRIVER interview
Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/hmtc-behind-the-scenes/donations13m | Oct 1, 2020
- Welcome to HMTC Behind the Scenes (Launch Episode)
Launch episode for HMTC Behind the Scenes. All about Hanford Multicultural Theater Company podcasts
Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/hmtc-behind-the-scenes/donations3m | Oct 1, 2020