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Great Windy Way

Sarah Keune

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Based in Chicago, Illinois, Great Windy Way is a podcast by Sarah Keune. GWW explores and connects the Chicago theatre community through interviews with industry professionals. From scrappy storefront theaters to nationally recognized institutions, Sarah’s mission is to give a voice to all Chicago theatrical artists.

Latest Episodes

Omitted Texas History (with Christina Hall)

Christina and Sarah sit down in the lobby of the Goodman before a two-show-day of ROE, the play by Lisa Loomer that tracks the development and evolution of the case and people behind Roe v. Wade. Register to vote here: vote.gov Tickets to ROE: https://www.goodmantheatre.org/roe

--FEB 12
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Omitted Texas History (with Christina Hall)

Another Vodka Stinger (with Stephen Coakley)

This week, Stephen Coakley joins Sarah at the mic (along with a few tasty beverages). He chats about his current gig: music directing CPA's production of "The Land of Forgotten Toys" at Greenhouse Theatre Center as well as his experiences performing and songwriting. VIV AND STEVE: https://g.co/kgs/7zWJB6 THE LAND OF FORGOTTEN TOYS: https://www.greenhousetheater.org/landofforgottentoys

--2019 NOV 30
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Another Vodka Stinger (with Stephen Coakley)

The One Person That Hasn't Listened to "Hamilton" (with Trequon Tate)

ESarah chats with a dear friend today - Trequon Tate! Taking a quick break between shows in Maidson, WI, Tre talks about getting through an injury, making connections in the city, and Succession on HBO.

--2019 NOV 8
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The One Person That Hasn't Listened to "Hamilton" (with Trequon Tate)

Part of the Narrative (with Ta-Tynisa Wilson)

Sarah sits down with Hamilton (Chicago)'s Schuyler Sister Swing, Ta-Tynisa Wilson! Before an evening show, they sit in a loop-located Goddess and the Baker to discuss her journey, beginnings, and all things Hamilton.

--2019 OCT 11
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Part of the Narrative (with Ta-Tynisa Wilson)

Callings and Conflicts (with Wardell Julius Clark)

Hosted in the administrative offices of TimeLine Theatre Company, Wardell Julius Clark and Sarah have a intriguing conversation about being called to activism, an artists' journey through Chicago, and religion.

--2019 SEP 26
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Callings and Conflicts (with Wardell Julius Clark)

I Love Paperwork! (with Nicole Giangola)

Sarah welcomes Nicole Giangola this week, who is a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to technical theatre. She is currently working wardrobe at the Marriott Lincolnshire on "Something Rotten!" until October 20th. Topics range from Disney, the Titanic, and the dentist.

--2019 SEP 12
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I Love Paperwork! (with Nicole Giangola)

Artists on Art (with Alicia Meyer)

This week, GWW gets a little out of the box with guest Alicia Meyer. In a relaxing interview on her porch on a summer night, Sarah and Alicia, currently earning her BFA in studio art, talk about art at large and how their mediums differ and are similar. Check out her Etsy shop! https://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtliciaShop

--2019 AUG 29
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Artists on Art (with Alicia Meyer)

Bad Millennials (with Jenna Liddle)

Check out Jenna at "Jess Fest" on August 16! Tickets available here:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jess-fest-2019-tickets-64929148832?fbclid=IwAR2cNmeKM7NbU-d84We_jVur76bhgqKdX8TCbp5QZumy6svqiI-i2ycANoo

--2019 AUG 15
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Bad Millennials (with Jenna Liddle)

Midwestern Sentimentality (with Anna Cooke)

During the time between understudy rehearsal and a show, Anna sat down in the lobby of Goodman Theatre before that evening's performance of The Music Man! Learn more about Renaissance Players and what Anna's up to next at: AnnaDCooke.com

--2019 AUG 8
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Midwestern Sentimentality (with Anna Cooke)

Get Your Driver's License! (with Whitney Dottery)

Whitney Dottery sits by the microphone today, and she and Sarah chat about various shows going on in Chicago, as well as the parils of getting a driver's license.

--2019 AUG 1
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Get Your Driver's License! (with Whitney Dottery)

Latest Episodes

Omitted Texas History (with Christina Hall)

Christina and Sarah sit down in the lobby of the Goodman before a two-show-day of ROE, the play by Lisa Loomer that tracks the development and evolution of the case and people behind Roe v. Wade. Register to vote here: vote.gov Tickets to ROE: https://www.goodmantheatre.org/roe

--FEB 12
Comments
Omitted Texas History (with Christina Hall)

Another Vodka Stinger (with Stephen Coakley)

This week, Stephen Coakley joins Sarah at the mic (along with a few tasty beverages). He chats about his current gig: music directing CPA's production of "The Land of Forgotten Toys" at Greenhouse Theatre Center as well as his experiences performing and songwriting. VIV AND STEVE: https://g.co/kgs/7zWJB6 THE LAND OF FORGOTTEN TOYS: https://www.greenhousetheater.org/landofforgottentoys

--2019 NOV 30
Comments
Another Vodka Stinger (with Stephen Coakley)

The One Person That Hasn't Listened to "Hamilton" (with Trequon Tate)

ESarah chats with a dear friend today - Trequon Tate! Taking a quick break between shows in Maidson, WI, Tre talks about getting through an injury, making connections in the city, and Succession on HBO.

--2019 NOV 8
Comments
The One Person That Hasn't Listened to "Hamilton" (with Trequon Tate)

Part of the Narrative (with Ta-Tynisa Wilson)

Sarah sits down with Hamilton (Chicago)'s Schuyler Sister Swing, Ta-Tynisa Wilson! Before an evening show, they sit in a loop-located Goddess and the Baker to discuss her journey, beginnings, and all things Hamilton.

--2019 OCT 11
Comments
Part of the Narrative (with Ta-Tynisa Wilson)

Callings and Conflicts (with Wardell Julius Clark)

Hosted in the administrative offices of TimeLine Theatre Company, Wardell Julius Clark and Sarah have a intriguing conversation about being called to activism, an artists' journey through Chicago, and religion.

--2019 SEP 26
Comments
Callings and Conflicts (with Wardell Julius Clark)

I Love Paperwork! (with Nicole Giangola)

Sarah welcomes Nicole Giangola this week, who is a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to technical theatre. She is currently working wardrobe at the Marriott Lincolnshire on "Something Rotten!" until October 20th. Topics range from Disney, the Titanic, and the dentist.

--2019 SEP 12
Comments
I Love Paperwork! (with Nicole Giangola)

Artists on Art (with Alicia Meyer)

This week, GWW gets a little out of the box with guest Alicia Meyer. In a relaxing interview on her porch on a summer night, Sarah and Alicia, currently earning her BFA in studio art, talk about art at large and how their mediums differ and are similar. Check out her Etsy shop! https://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtliciaShop

--2019 AUG 29
Comments
Artists on Art (with Alicia Meyer)

Bad Millennials (with Jenna Liddle)

Check out Jenna at "Jess Fest" on August 16! Tickets available here:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jess-fest-2019-tickets-64929148832?fbclid=IwAR2cNmeKM7NbU-d84We_jVur76bhgqKdX8TCbp5QZumy6svqiI-i2ycANoo

--2019 AUG 15
Comments
Bad Millennials (with Jenna Liddle)

Midwestern Sentimentality (with Anna Cooke)

During the time between understudy rehearsal and a show, Anna sat down in the lobby of Goodman Theatre before that evening's performance of The Music Man! Learn more about Renaissance Players and what Anna's up to next at: AnnaDCooke.com

--2019 AUG 8
Comments
Midwestern Sentimentality (with Anna Cooke)

Get Your Driver's License! (with Whitney Dottery)

Whitney Dottery sits by the microphone today, and she and Sarah chat about various shows going on in Chicago, as well as the parils of getting a driver's license.

--2019 AUG 1
Comments
Get Your Driver's License! (with Whitney Dottery)

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