Better living through absurdism

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In our first podcast with Rep Radio, host Darnelle Radford interviews Tina Brock, artistic director of Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium (IRC), about Into the Absurd, the company’s recent staged reading of Samuel Beckett’s and Harold Pinter’s radio plays. IRC is committed to producing classic absurdist theater, as reflected in their company motto: “We bring good nothingness to life.”

Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium’s Tina Brock, looking not at all ridiculous. (Photo courtesy of IRC)

Into the Absurd featured Beckett’s “Rough for Radio II” and Pinter’s “Family Voices.” In this podcast, Radford and Brock discuss the relevance of a radio play in today’s multimedia-saturated environment. They also look at absurdism in the context of today’s political climate. It should surprise no one that absurdism is still a pretty good fit in 2016.

Enjoy the conversation.

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