Creativists in Dialogue
Creativists in Dialogue Podcast
A Theatre in Community Podcast: a Repost of our Conversation with B. Stanley.

A Theatre in Community Podcast: a Repost of our Conversation with B. Stanley.

With Hosts Elizabeth Bruce and Michael Oliver

Today, we present another Theatre in Community Podcast that is also a repost of one of our first Creativists Episodes, our conversation with B, Stanley: an actor, a director, a pedagogue, a puppeteer, a veteran avant-garde theater artist, founder of Theatre Du Jour, former artistic director of DC Arts Center, a builder, and a father.

For information about B., click  Theatre Du Jour or B. Stanley.


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Creativists in Dialogue
Creativists in Dialogue Podcast
Welcome to Creativists in Dialogue, a podcast embracing the creative life, with your hosts Elizabeth Bruce and Michael Oliver. In this weekly podcast, we interview people from all walks of life about the role that creativity plays in shaping who they are. We explore creativity at both the practical level, and the process level.
We also, on occasion, delve into the philosophical dimensions of creativity—that might have influenced a person’s life and work.
Importantly, not all the people we interview are “Artists”—though some are—but they all live their creativity every day in their fields of expertise, their relationships, and beyond.
In other words, we approach creativity as a vital force to a healthy life. Not only does it change the world but it changes who a person is and how they see themselves.