217: Theatre Superstitions
We have talked about theatre a LOT over the past five years, so now seems like the perfect time to talk about theatre superstitions! From old classics like the Scottish Play, to some that are totally new to us, we’re talking all things that go bump in the wings.
Content Warning: This episode contains conversations about or mentions of bodily harm/broken limbs, suicide, civil unrest, riots, police and military violence, fire, death, stabbings, gun violence, and Covid-19.
- Recommendation: This week, Julia recommends Cleopatra: A Life by Stacy Schiff! (Thanks, Amanda!)
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