The Basement On A Hill – Episode 16: Beth Thompson

The Basement On A Hill – Episode 16: Beth Thompson

Shelterbelt Theatre Artistic Director Beth Thompson swings by the basement to tell us why theatre is so important to society. She also talks to us about the newly-announced 2016-17 season, and “Shattering the Glass: A Celebration of Omaha Women in Theatre” opening July 8.
We have an equally scary and gross nonsense story, we review Stephen King’s Pet Sematary, and Beth takes her turn with the 7 Deadly Questions.
Music this week is “Breed” from Bitch Falcon out of Dublin.
News of the Dead: John Boyega leads Pacific Rim 2 cast; Guy Burnet joins cast of Jacob’s Ladder remake; Jordan Peele joins Robert Englund, Sid Haig, and many more for the Henson-esque Abruptio.
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