Hosted by Titilola Dawudu, The HEAR ME NOW Podcast hopes to continue the pathways and opportunities that the book successfully managed to create by bridging the gap for underrepresented artists.
Titilola speaks to playwrights, actors and directors who are making waves in UK theatre, have a view of the ever changing landscape of the industry, and are keen to explore what the future might look like for ethnically diverse artists. With subjects ranging from Covid-19, identity, race and mental health, each episode features a performed monologue from the book or a new monologue specially commissioned for the podcast.
Highlighting career pathways and opportunities for artists with the aim of bridging the gap for underrepresented artists, guests including Winsome Pinnock, Shiv Jalota, Endy McKay, Heather Agyepong and Jumoké Fashola ignite honest and open conversations about all things theatre.
Every episode in the series features a performed monologue from hit book, “Hear Me Now – Audition Monologues for Actors of Colour”, or a new monologue specially commissioned for the podcast.
A Tamasha production with Titilola Dawudu
In partnership with Afridiziak
Supported by London Community Response Fund