Gender Euphoria, Episode 7: Trans Theatre and the Autobiographical Assumption

Nicolas: And she stood up and took her bow. Jesse: Right, so it was just this moment of being… The power that the auto biographical imperative has over people’s understanding of trans people and what we’re here to do, which is just to be people in the world and live a human existence the way … Read more

Gender Euphoria, Episode 5: Queer of Color Devised Performance, Disidentification, and Spirituality

siri: Yeah. So as I started my spiritual journey, I started to feel that I needed to unify myself because one persona that I had was this performance artist that is a little edgy, that does striptease and stuff like that. And then I had this other part of me that was like a monk. … Read more

Gender Euphoria, Episode 7: Queer of Color Devised Performance, Disidentification, and Spirituality

siri: Yeah. So as I started my spiritual journey, I started to feel that I needed to unify myself because one persona that I had was this performance artist that is a little edgy, that does striptease and stuff like that. And then I had this other part of me that was like a monk. … Read more

Gender Euphoria, Episode 4: Training Cisgender Producers and Directors: It’s More than Remembering Pronouns

Nicolas Shannon Savard: Hello, and welcome to Gender Euphoria, the podcast, supported by HowlRound Theater Commons, a free and open platform for theatermakers worldwide. I’m your host, Nicolas Shannon Savard. My pronouns are they, them, and theirs. For today’s episode, I had the chance to chat with actor, advocate, solo performer Maybe Burke about her … Read more