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Felicia Fitzpatrick

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call and response podcast

call and response podcast

Felicia Fitzpatrick

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The Call and Response podcast, hosted by Felicia Fitzpatrick, will explore the intersection of blackness and performing arts through interviews with Broadway performers, actors, dancers, musicians, directors, songwriters, producers, marketers, and more!

Latest Episodes

(I’m) Coming Out – Candice Marie Woods: Episode 82

It’s call and response’s season four finale and we want the world to know! Kick off the final Friday of Black History Month with Candice Marie Woods. We chat about immersing themselves in queer culture, addressing misconceptions about trans and nonbinary folx, and navigating crossover appeal like their onstage counterpart in Ain’t Too Proud, Diana Ross.

43 minFEB 28
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(I’m) Coming Out – Candice Marie Woods: Episode 82

Leading With Yourself - Cody Renard Richard: Episode 81

Episode 81, go! In season four’s penultimate episode, we talk with Broadway production stage manager Cody Renard Richard all about stage management life—from his favorite part of putting up a show to what skills will help you succeed to what myth about the job he’d like to bust.

49 minFEB 21
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Leading With Yourself - Cody Renard Richard: Episode 81

Creating a New Form — Raja Feather Kelly: Episode 80

We talk with director-choreographer Raja Feather Kelly about why he started the feath3r theory, what he finds rewarding about his work at the intersection of theatre and dance, and what he’s accomplishing with We’re Gonna Die, currently playing at Second Stage Theater.

29 minFEB 14
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Creating a New Form — Raja Feather Kelly: Episode 80

Measuring Your Life in Broadway (Marketing) — Stevie Coleman: Episode 79

We chat with Stevie Coleman, an account executive at SpotCo! She breaks down what it’s like to work at a Broadway advertising agency, how she merged her two passions of theatre and marketing, and her most memorable opening night experience.

54 minFEB 7
Comments
Measuring Your Life in Broadway (Marketing) — Stevie Coleman: Episode 79

Call and Response LIVE: A Threepeat – BroadwayCon 2020: Episode 78

We’re kicking off Black History Month a day early with a THREEPEAT! For Call and Response’s third live show at BroadwayCon, we chat about the intersection of blackness and Broadway with Tina Turner Musical’s Destinee Rea, We’re Gonna Die’s Janelle McDermoth, Ain’t Too Proud’s Jelani Remy, Head Over Heels’ Taylor Iman Jones, and SURPRISE GUEST: Frozen’s Aisha Jackson!

62 minJAN 31
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Call and Response LIVE: A Threepeat – BroadwayCon 2020: Episode 78

Overcoming Snitching Moms and Other Obstacles – Kevin Curtis: Episode 77

Give five hurrahs and twelve hip-hips for Kevin Curtis! We dive into his experience (and the optics of) playing LeFou in Beauty in the Beast, his first two TV appearances on Pose and Younger, and how his Grandma inspired him to start performing.

64 minJAN 24
Comments
Overcoming Snitching Moms and Other Obstacles – Kevin Curtis: Episode 77

Feeling Good and Feeling Seen – Eboni Booth: Episode 76

We chat with actor-playwright Eboni Booth about feeling isolated as the only black woman in a space, transitioning from actor to Juilliard playwright fellow, and making her Off-Broadway playwriting debut with Paris, currently playing at Atlantic Stage 2. Get tickets to Paris here: https://atlantictheater.org/production/paris/

48 minJAN 17
Comments
Feeling Good and Feeling Seen – Eboni Booth: Episode 76

Enriching the Community With Joy – Eric Lockley: Episode 75

We talk with award-winning actor-producer-writer-creative Eric Lockley about creating work that is meaningful, winning Apollo Theater Amateur Night (THRICE), and uplifting voices with The Movement Theatre Company and Harlem 9.

75 minJAN 10
Comments
Enriching the Community With Joy – Eric Lockley: Episode 75

Providing the Medicinal Hope – Jordan E. Cooper: Episode 74

Kick off the new decade with a double-dose of Capricorn energy in this very special episode as Felicia lives out her fan-girl dreams with Ain’t No Mo’s Jordan E. Cooper! We chat with the award-winning playwright and actor about creating theatre as a kid in Texas, writing for television, and providing a hopeful space for black theatregoers. Plus, an exclusive performance of Ain’t No Mo’s powerful “Easy” monologue.

49 minJAN 3
Comments
Providing the Medicinal Hope – Jordan E. Cooper: Episode 74

Retiring from the BS – Zeniba Now: Episode 73

It's call and response's final episode of 2019 and the DECADE (but don’t worry, there’s more episodes for season 4 ahead!). We talk with musical storyteller Zeniba Now about her experience with Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal’s BARS Workshop at the Public Theater, the differences between the West and East coast, and her mystical epic The Loophole.

51 min2019 DEC 27
Comments
Retiring from the BS – Zeniba Now: Episode 73

Latest Episodes

(I’m) Coming Out – Candice Marie Woods: Episode 82

It’s call and response’s season four finale and we want the world to know! Kick off the final Friday of Black History Month with Candice Marie Woods. We chat about immersing themselves in queer culture, addressing misconceptions about trans and nonbinary folx, and navigating crossover appeal like their onstage counterpart in Ain’t Too Proud, Diana Ross.

43 minFEB 28
Comments
(I’m) Coming Out – Candice Marie Woods: Episode 82

Leading With Yourself - Cody Renard Richard: Episode 81

Episode 81, go! In season four’s penultimate episode, we talk with Broadway production stage manager Cody Renard Richard all about stage management life—from his favorite part of putting up a show to what skills will help you succeed to what myth about the job he’d like to bust.

49 minFEB 21
Comments
Leading With Yourself - Cody Renard Richard: Episode 81

Creating a New Form — Raja Feather Kelly: Episode 80

We talk with director-choreographer Raja Feather Kelly about why he started the feath3r theory, what he finds rewarding about his work at the intersection of theatre and dance, and what he’s accomplishing with We’re Gonna Die, currently playing at Second Stage Theater.

29 minFEB 14
Comments
Creating a New Form — Raja Feather Kelly: Episode 80

Measuring Your Life in Broadway (Marketing) — Stevie Coleman: Episode 79

We chat with Stevie Coleman, an account executive at SpotCo! She breaks down what it’s like to work at a Broadway advertising agency, how she merged her two passions of theatre and marketing, and her most memorable opening night experience.

54 minFEB 7
Comments
Measuring Your Life in Broadway (Marketing) — Stevie Coleman: Episode 79

Call and Response LIVE: A Threepeat – BroadwayCon 2020: Episode 78

We’re kicking off Black History Month a day early with a THREEPEAT! For Call and Response’s third live show at BroadwayCon, we chat about the intersection of blackness and Broadway with Tina Turner Musical’s Destinee Rea, We’re Gonna Die’s Janelle McDermoth, Ain’t Too Proud’s Jelani Remy, Head Over Heels’ Taylor Iman Jones, and SURPRISE GUEST: Frozen’s Aisha Jackson!

62 minJAN 31
Comments
Call and Response LIVE: A Threepeat – BroadwayCon 2020: Episode 78

Overcoming Snitching Moms and Other Obstacles – Kevin Curtis: Episode 77

Give five hurrahs and twelve hip-hips for Kevin Curtis! We dive into his experience (and the optics of) playing LeFou in Beauty in the Beast, his first two TV appearances on Pose and Younger, and how his Grandma inspired him to start performing.

64 minJAN 24
Comments
Overcoming Snitching Moms and Other Obstacles – Kevin Curtis: Episode 77

Feeling Good and Feeling Seen – Eboni Booth: Episode 76

We chat with actor-playwright Eboni Booth about feeling isolated as the only black woman in a space, transitioning from actor to Juilliard playwright fellow, and making her Off-Broadway playwriting debut with Paris, currently playing at Atlantic Stage 2. Get tickets to Paris here: https://atlantictheater.org/production/paris/

48 minJAN 17
Comments
Feeling Good and Feeling Seen – Eboni Booth: Episode 76

Enriching the Community With Joy – Eric Lockley: Episode 75

We talk with award-winning actor-producer-writer-creative Eric Lockley about creating work that is meaningful, winning Apollo Theater Amateur Night (THRICE), and uplifting voices with The Movement Theatre Company and Harlem 9.

75 minJAN 10
Comments
Enriching the Community With Joy – Eric Lockley: Episode 75

Providing the Medicinal Hope – Jordan E. Cooper: Episode 74

Kick off the new decade with a double-dose of Capricorn energy in this very special episode as Felicia lives out her fan-girl dreams with Ain’t No Mo’s Jordan E. Cooper! We chat with the award-winning playwright and actor about creating theatre as a kid in Texas, writing for television, and providing a hopeful space for black theatregoers. Plus, an exclusive performance of Ain’t No Mo’s powerful “Easy” monologue.

49 minJAN 3
Comments
Providing the Medicinal Hope – Jordan E. Cooper: Episode 74

Retiring from the BS – Zeniba Now: Episode 73

It's call and response's final episode of 2019 and the DECADE (but don’t worry, there’s more episodes for season 4 ahead!). We talk with musical storyteller Zeniba Now about her experience with Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal’s BARS Workshop at the Public Theater, the differences between the West and East coast, and her mystical epic The Loophole.

51 min2019 DEC 27
Comments
Retiring from the BS – Zeniba Now: Episode 73
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