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Five Minutes to Places is produced by members of the MFA Theatre Management program in the Maggie Allesee Department of Theatre and Dance, within the College of Fine, Performing, and Communication Arts, at Wayne State University, under the producing entity, Theatre and Dance at Wayne.

To learn more about Theatre and Dance at Wayne, please visit theatreanddanceatwayne.com. To learn more about our academic programs, please visit theatreanddance.wayne.edu

Oct 29, 2020

This episode contains discussions of sex acts, sexual violence, and suicidal ideation. Episode 6 explores intimacy design with guest Dr. Kate Busselle of Heartland Intimacy Design & Training. Kate and Emily talk about the technical aspects of intimacy design as well as what we all can do to create a culture of consent


Oct 22, 2020

Grab yourself some apple cider, snuggle up in a sweater, and listen to the Halloween-themed minisode 3 of “Thank You, Five!” With scary theatre hauntings, terrifyingly funny pranks, and theatre legends passed down through the ages, our host Kymberli will get you into the spooky fall spirit faster than you can say,...


Oct 15, 2020

When in doubt, take to the forest! Hermia and Lysander did this for love in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, and STL Shakespeare Festival did this for love of theatre in their outdoor adaptation, “A Midsummer Night’s Stroll.” In this episode, Tom Ridgely of @STLShakesFest and Javyn Solomon of @PaintedBlackSTL...


Oct 8, 2020

This week's minisode is all about people's favorite audience reaction moments. Five folks share their heart-warming and hilarious stories of the audience’s having honest and big reactions to what they’re experiencing on stage. Kymberli hosts as we navigate through some hilarious and sad moments of audiences...


Oct 1, 2020

In this episode, Emily goes on a virtual visit to Buenos Aires, Argentina to talk to Catalina Huberman, a theatre teacher who uses drama and performance as a vehicle to teach English as a second language to her students. From connecting over life as a theatre artist before and during our current times to adapting...