Cristian Ortega

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Star of the soon-to-be-released film “Beats”, Cristina Ortega is currently appearing in “Wendy and Peter Pan”, at Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum Theatre and I managed to catch up with him to talk books, plays, not passing exams and the “corporate rave scene”. Big thanks to Cristian for taking the time to chat with me, and to you for listening!

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Carrie Taylor

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My guest today has worked as a stage manager on shows big and small all around the world. I thought it was about time we heard what it looks like from behind the scenes. So here we are, chatting our way through what high school drama looks like for the tech-orientated people, how to learn from others’ successes and failures, and just how much responsibility rests on the shoulders of a production manager.

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Guy Hughes

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Join me and my guest, Guy Hughes, as we wander through childhoods spent putting on shows, how we get inspired to create, and of course the story of Guy’s worst audition! Guy and I recently worked together on Twelfth Night and I had the pleasure of grabbing him for a chat before the show closed.

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Lisa Dwyer Hogg

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Fresh from taking the lead in the acclaimed People, Places and Things on its first national tour, Lisa made time to talk to me in between performances of Twelfth Night. We get to grips with being in the bubble, coming out of the bubble and not forgetting your real life whilst in the bubble. There’s a fair bit of bubble chat, along with a generous helping of wisdom from this terrific actor I’ve been honoured to work with.

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