Happy New Year! In our first podcast of 2015, Steve talks about changes to the podcast, our new “Beehive” sound effect, and we have an in-depth interview with Burning Brigid Media about their new Kickstarter project.
- From 4,000-2,000BC in Asia, theaters rarely had sets, costumes, or props. Instead, simple, underscored music loosely accompanied the action of what was occurring onstage.
- From about 500-1,500AD, music began to be played before and after a performance, as well as during the show. 559 more words