Artists at Play Podcast

(Un)Rivaled by Rosie Narasaki

Episode Summary

Listen to a new play with the Artists at Play Podcast. (Un)Rivaled by Rosie Narasaki and directed by Jully Lee is a play about 11th century ladies-in-waiting Murasaki Shikibu and Sei Shonagon two of Japan's most beloved writers, friendship, heartbreak, and what it means to be a female artist.

Episode Notes

Written by Rosie Narasaki
Directed by Jully Lee
Edited and mixed by Marvin Yueh

Radio Play Cast:
Jessica Jade Andres
Eddie Liu
Jacqueline Misaye
Krista Marie Yu
Julia Cho (stage directions)

This episode's broadcast of a play-in-development by Rosie Narasaki is one of the ways we have continued our investment in playwrights during COVID-19.

Many thanks to all the artists who lent their talents to this project, and especially  to playwright Rosie Narasaki who agreed to record this version of (Un)Rivaled for the Artists at Play Podcast. This play belongs to Ms. Narasaki and she holds the copyright for (Un)Rivaled.

Since 2013, Artists at Play has provided resources and support to 13 playwrights as they develop a new works. Seven of those plays have gone on to world premiere productions at theatres across the United States and Canada. 

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