In his last podcast before moving out west, Mark Metcalf talks to the minds behind Milwaukee’s Theatre Gigante, a company unafraid to blend theater, dance and more.
Mark talks to the doc|UWM co-director about the film program, his history with documentaries and his latest project: a doc following the last acolyte of a religion/social movement called Lawsonomy.
Tom Strini and Matthew Reddin take the thread tying Mozart and Sondheim together this weekend and play with it, in this latest installment.
The Milwaukee director talks with Mark about his career thus far and the changing landscape of modern filmmaking.
The Milwaukee Comedy founder and part-owner of the Underground Collaborative talks to Mark about the growth in the city’s comedy scene and the busy weekend ahead.
The 20-year veteran of the Milwaukee Rep talks about his theater origins and time in Wisconsin regional theater.
The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra’s associate concertmaster met with Mark to discuss her upcoming solo performance of Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 2 and more.
Mark Metcalf talks with artist, filmmaker and entrepreneur Faythe Levine about her roots, DIY and new film “Sign Painters.”
Mark talks to the longtime music-lover and DJ about his experiences in Milwaukee and his comprehensive, “trim” record collection.
This first installment of Mark’s extended podcast series focuses on Paula Suozzi, a former theater/opera director who’s recently become a personal trainer.