Here is an interview done by Brad McEntire with Tim Johnson of Kitchen Dog Theatre, Dallas.
Tim Johnson, one of Kitchen Dog Theater’s multitalented company members sat down with local playwright/performer Brad McEntire in the lobby of the McKinney Avenue Contemporary on June 17. Tim had just finished the run of his original production, ONE:MAN.SHOW. as part of KDT's New Works Festival.
The podcast conversation ranges over a wide swath of territory: Tim’s background, a complete debriefing from the show and how it benefited his artistic growth, what seems to be surfacing on the theatrical landscape, and the one thing Tim would change about the theatre if he could (hint: it isn’t the work itself…)
Tim is the Development Manager, Administrative Assistant and a resident Director at KDT. He holds a BFA from Southern Methodist University and a Masters degree from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. He currently teaches at University of North Texas.
Tim Johnson's ONE: MAN. SHOW. is a multimedia, deeply personal performance revue. It takes us on a man’s hilarious yet harrowing search for his authentic voice and the discovery that you must differentiate in order to integrate. Or, a guy in a banana suit walks into a bar.
Here's some links to reviews of the show, which ran at Kitchen Dog Theatre May 29 - June 15...
About the interviewer:
Brad McEntire is a Dallas-based theatre and visual artist. He is the acting Artistic Director of Audacity Theatre Lab and most recently performed his own original show DINOSAUR AND ROBOT STOP A TRAIN at the 15th Annual Festival of Independent Theatres. He is a sometimes-contributor to the Stage Directions Blog. For more info:www.BradMcEntire.com