Episode 2: How we treat our audiences

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Contents: In this episode we discuss what responsibilities performers and producers have towards their audiences and how these can conflict with the conceptual integrity of the work. We also talk about what can be considered offensive and who gets to decide this. Subscribe on itunes

Who is speaking and when:

0:00:00 Introduction (Melissa Laing) | 0:00:39 Alys Longley | 0:01:00 Carol Brown | 0:01:38 Alys Longley | 0:02:38 Carol Brown | 0:03:57 Louise Tu’u | 0:04:42 Murray Edmond | 0:05:32 Carol Brown | 0:06:31 Craig Cooper | 0:06:52 Stephen Bain | 0:07:17 Craig Cooper | 0:11:56 Alys Longley | 0:13:14 Alison East | 0:14:44 Carol Brown | 0:15:41 Brent Harris | 0:16:36 Carol Brown | 0:17:18 Craig Cooper | 0:17:48 Sally Barnett | 0:19:59 Tru Paraha | 0:21:25 Alison East | 22:40 Tru Paraha | 0:23:11 Val Smith | 0:23:39 Sally Barnett | 0:25:46 Murray Edmond | 0:26:32 Val Smith | 0:28:25 Mark Jackson | 0:29:12 Carol Brown | 0:30:12 Craig Cooper | 0:32:10 Val Smith | 0:32:44 Carol Brown | 0:34:14 Stephen Bain | 0:34:53 Murray Edmond | 0:36:02 Stephen Bain | 0:37:04 Sally Barnett | 0:37:40 David Cross | 0:51:52 Sally J. Morgan | 0:53:58 Mark Harvey | 0:56:35 Moana Nepia | 0:57:14 Sally Barnett | 0:58:51 Brent Harris | 0:59:23 Sally J. Morgan | 0:57:49 Carol Brown | 1:00:32 Stephen Bain | 1:02:37 Becca Wood | 1:05:19 Alexa Wilson | 1:06:58 Val Smith | 1:08:11 Alexa Wilson | 1:09:54 Craig Cooper | 1:12:37 End

How to cite this podcast: University Without Conditions. 2014. Episode 2: How we treat our audiences, Performance Ethics Working Group. (podcast) 8 April. Available at: http://universitywithoutconditions.ac.nz/?page_id=492 [Accessed: Date].

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