I’m very pleased to feature one of BC’s younger theatre companies on this episode of “In The Theatre”, the podcast for Theatre BC and all community theatre enthusiasts.
This time around we’re talking with Rob Mason-Brown, co-founder and artistic director of the Fred Skeleton Theatre Company based in Kelowna, BC. We recorded this episode on Saturday, July 9th shortly after Theatre BC‘s annual general meeting, and the day after Skeleton’s performance of “The Pillowman” closed out Mainstage 2016.
In this episode, Rob talks about the origins of his theatre company, some of their past productions, some plans for the future and discusses one of the bigger challenges the company is currently facing. I think you’ll find Rob’s laugh infectious and enjoyable.
Guest co-host Richard Kerton joins me once again on this episode. Richard had just been re-elected as Theatre BC‘s Treasurer earlier that day at the AGM – congratulations!
Here are some links for this episode:
- Fred Skeleton Theatre Company
- Fred Skeleton on Facebook
- Theatre BC’s website
- Theatre BC’s main Facebook page
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