Decameron 2020: Survival through Stories
Thinkery & Verse present "DECAMERON 2020: Survival through Stories," a reading and discussion of Bocaccio’s Decameron as it relates to contemporary pandemic experiences. To reawaken the full sense of Boccaccio’s framing device, our podcast will offer, for the first time, Boccaccio's Decameron recorded in English with eleven different actors, as opposed to a single reader.
Guest artists include Karen Alvarado, Erin Bogert, Ashley Bufkin, Celine Dirkes, Diana Guizado, Bob Jones, JM Meyer, Brady Marchand (Sound Engineer), Abishek Nair, Regan Sims, Reagan Tankersly, and Ania Upstill.
Podcast intro: Karen Alvarado. Editing and Sound Design by Brady Marchand. Copy editing by Bob Jones, Ania Upstill, Karen Alvarado, and J.M. Meyer. Project manager: Celine Dirkes. Graphic design: Hannah Lang.
That's How the Story Goes: a Hall-Mills Podcast
In 1922, near the banks of the Raritan River, a small city priest and a choir singer were slaughtered in the most infamous unsolved double homicide of the 20th century. Incompetent cops, political operatives, and the poorest and most powerful families in New Jersey were all swallowed in the circus that followed. Thinkery & Verse, working with the Church of Saint John the Evangelist, now present THAT'S HOW THE STORY GOES: A HALL-MILLS PODCAST, a nightmare narrative seen through the eyes of 21st century artists.
Hosted by Kaitlin Ormerod Hutson and Johnny Kavanagh. Special guest: J. M. Meyer
Chorus of voices: Ensemble of "Thou Shalt Not".
Sound design, music composition, and editing from Erin Bogert and Sean Ullmer. Lyrics of 'That's How the Story Goes' by J.M. Meyer. Episode directed by Karen Alvarado. Produced by Karen Alvarado and Thinkery & Verse.