In Focus Podcast

Episode 96

He is a Poet, Writer, explorer of visual art and multimedia…

RYLAN BRENNER

Welcome theater director, Rylan Brenner to In-Focus Podcast Number 96. Rylan is the founder of the Theatre Program at Bristol Community College.

He was a professor of Theatre, English, and the Director of Theatre directing four productions a year. Rylan Brenner is also a Poet, Writer, explorer of visual art and multimedia.

He received his MFA in Creative Writing – Poetry from Brown University in 1976, the Director of Theatre Ensemble, Ltd. in Boston, Massachusetts. Rylan Brenner was also an Associate Professor of English and Theatre Director at the fabled Berklee College of Music.

Rylan is a published poet who has performed poetry readings in Boston, Massachusetts, Providence, Rhode Island, and New York City.

Listen in on the conversation as The Artist Index’s host, Ron Fortier delves more into his life, work, and future ambitions. This episode was recorded with Zoom post-pandemic in 2021.

We will soon begin to offer the option to our guests of recording their podcasts in our studio at the Spectrum Marketing Group in Howland Place or via Zoom depending on the circumstances of the pandemic.

Although there seems to be an end in sight for the COVID-19 Pandemic, we will continue to podcast remotely, assisted by Zoom, to accommodate our guests’ schedules and to allow them to remain in the comfort of their homes.

The whole concept of The Artists Index and the journey we are on is are still in the making and very organic. If you would like to be a guest or, have a suggestion, please let us know!

 

 

Rylan Brenner

brenn.ryln84@gmail.com

Westport, Masachusetts

 

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