Paola Prestini, Kamilah Forbes, and Marc Bamuthi Joseph's podcast Active Hope returns for its second season with a focus on belonging with New York City Ballet company member Georgina Pazcoguin and dancer and author Phil Chan.
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The Apollo Theater, the Kennedy Center, and National Sawdust announce the return of their podcast collaboration, Active Hope, for its second season. Exploring how artists and arts leaders can shape this transformational, historical, and polarizing moment in our society, listeners are invited to hear new and engaging conversation each month with the leadership trio from these national arts institutions—acclaimed theater director and Executive Producer at the Apollo Theater, Kamilah Forbes; poet, TED Global Fellow, and Kennedy Center Vice President and Artistic Director of Social Impact, Marc Bamuthi Joseph; and award-winning composer and Artistic Director & Co-Founder of National Sawdust, Paola Prestini.
Available through Apple Podcasts and Spotify every Thursday beginning June 16, episodes include performance clips from the archives of all three institutions and asks questions such as “How do artists and arts leaders help society organize hope?” and “What does it mean to explore the meaning of home?”
The first episode of the season premieres Thursday, June 16 at 6 p.m. and focuses on belonging, and the work that it takes to create emotional equity in cultural spaces. Our hosts describe the process of maximizing cultural safety as performance venues re-open themselves to the public. Featured guests for this episode are two Kennedy Center Next 50 awardees: New York City Ballet company member Georgina Pazcoguin and dancer and author Phil Chan. Together, Georgina and Phil have established Final Bow for Yellowface, an advocacy coalition and field-wide barometer for Asian-American inclusion in dance.
Future episodes featuring special guests across a range of backgrounds and disciplines will also be recorded for subsequent podcast episodes. Guests featured in the second half of the season will be announced at a later date.