Welcome to Season 3 of The Breakfast Dish! Join Griffin Cork and his mom, Karen Johnson-Diamond every Monday morning for get-to-know-you conversations with the artists behind today's dance, film, music, visual art, and theatre. This podcast is dairy and gluten free!
This week, Karen and Griffin chat with Dai Matsuzaka and Arlene Orchard, a Grade 12 drama student/drama teacher combo at Foundations for the Future Charter Academy. Dai just finished starring in, directing, choreographing and designing a one act play for his high school and he tells us just how that is humanly possible. Arlene, besides being a teacher and a choir director and a professional musician, is also on the steering committee for the Alberta High School Drama Festival.
ARLENE ORCHARD: https://www.instagram.com/arleneorchard_writer/
DAI MATSUZAKA: https://www.instagram.com/dai_matsuzaka/
THE HIGH SCHOOL ONE ACT DRAMA FESTIVAL: https://ahsdfa.weebly.com/
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We are a member of the Alberta Podcast Network: Locally grown, community supported. This episode is brought to you by ATB and Alberta Blue Cross
Music by Alixandra Cowman: https://alixandracowman.com/
Graphic Design by Morgan Ermter: www.numerafilms.com/
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