Podcast 3: Chatting with Terri Leiber, writer and actor (actor and writer) about co-creating

A long-term co-creator with me, this chat with Terri Leiber is the third in the Series, and the final conversation with the PlayActing Theatre team. As well as acting in classic plays where I was the director, we have collaborated as writers and actors since 2011 in The Eileen and Marilyn Experience on six different comedy / cabaret shows and other one-off performances. We were ‘big’ in west Cork!

This podcast links to blog post 3 in this series, Close connection and understanding…and the text.

With this podcast format that is new to me, I consider regularly the delicate balance of interviewer and contributor to the conversation. In this chat, because of our longstanding working relationship and the particular chemistry between us, I believe that this podcast has far too much of me in it and far too much laughing! I apologise now!!

Terri speaks about being a creative person as a writer / actor, and as a teacher and director, she talked about writing novels and the pleasures of collaboration (especially with me!!).

Terri Leiber as Tracey in May the Force…

(Photo credit, KM)

(Opening and closing music features Camilla Griehsel, Singer and Justin Grounds, Violinist.) 

4 thoughts on “Podcast 3: Chatting with Terri Leiber, writer and actor (actor and writer) about co-creating

  1. This was great fun to listen to, but I also appreciated the comments on the hard work involved and on handling the riskiness of what works and what might now. It was lovely to hear the synergy between the two of you!

  2. Thanks Finola, we haven’t had a chance to bounce off one another for a while, so it was lovely to indulge! My next podcast will be much more serious and professional!!! Next week …

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