Maybe You Like It Podcast
This week we're joined by host of the podcast 'I Saw That Years Ago', Martyn Darkly to stage the original blockbuster, Steven Spielberg's iconic Jaws. We discuss Jaws as action-theatre, ballet, and even a drive-in cinema on the side of a cliff only accessible by boat that could tangentially be called theatre if you really wanted it to.
Martin is on Twitter @martyndarkly.
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On the Maybe You Like It Podcast, we take plays, films and more that have never been staged before, or are never likely to be staged again, and... talk about how we'd stage them!
Hosted by Jake Rich (@jakereesh) and Caleb Barron (@caleblebster), and with music from Youtube sensation Kavana Crossley, the Maybe You Like It team are joined each episode by incredibley talented guests from a range of creative backgrounds to chat everything about our hypothetical production. And of course, we have fun doing it!
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On the Maybe You Like It Podcast, we take a play or a film that has never been staged before or is never likely to be staged again, and… talk about how we’d stage it! Hosted by Producer/Director duo Jake Rich (@jakereesh) and Caleb Barron (@caleblebster), and with music from Youtube sensation Kavana Crossley, the Maybe You Like It team are joined each episode by incredibley talented guests to chat everything about our hypothetical production; From set, to lighting, to character, to sound, making this is the ultimate podcast for theatre nerds.