A podcast about the creative process & people whose lives depend on it
Not quite a theatre podcast, nor a music or comedy podcast, I talk to creative people about the intersection of daily life in society and their creative muse.
Krista Jackson left her Winnipeg home in her teens to study acting in Toronto, but after she found herself auditioning, with a dozen other young actresses, for a “Tide” laundry detergent commercial she quit that scene and returned the theatre community in Winnipeg.
In 2015 Krista worked as an associate director at The Stratford Festival, under John Caird. She admits “I was always a bit intimidated to direct Shakespeare,” and talks about how she “cracked open that world…of dense text.”
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