Videos

 

Tamale on The Traveling Troubadours

The Traveling Troubadours Episode 1: Tamale from Janie Killips on Vimeo.

Tamale on The Traveling Troubadours

Posted by The Theatre School at DePaul University Dramaturgy/Criticism Program Blog.

We are a collective of 20somethings grappling with ideas shaping the theatre of our generation. We’re sick of only hearing about the work happening in commercial and regional theatres. We want the offbeat: the theatre that is happening on street corners, in basements, and in places that aren’t always meeting fire code. We reject rigid definitions of theatre.  The realism, the naturalism, and the Shakespearean are gr8, but give us something new for fuck’s sake.  We want to talk about the theatre of the here and now in Chicago. “The Grappler” is our stomping ground to feature issues, artists, and productions that matter to us. We want to look beyond what we view as dead in order to find life in the art form we love.

 

Tamale on General Admission as a part of Your Story “Art and Sex”

Your Story | Art + Sex from KBH Media on Vimeo.

Tamale on General Admission as a part of Your Story “Art and Sex”

Your Story | Art + Sex from KBH Media on Vimeo.  Your Story is KBH Media’s episodic exploration in people’s answers to simple questions.  At GENERAL ADMISSION, we talk about the arts so that you do too.  Each month, we explore a theme through our podcasts, blogs and videos and present them on THE STAGE, our virtual performance space. We invite you to join in on the conversation there, as well as our various social media platforms by checking us out at generaladmissionchicago.com.

 

CBSinterview

 

Tamale on CBS Chicago, interviewed as a professional fire performer

Dana Kozlov interviews Tamale Sepp, a professional fire performer, after the unfortunate hospitalization of a Lyric Opera performer who caught on fire at a rehearsal.

 

Tamale interviewed by The L Stop

Tamale interviewed by The L Stop

Tina C. from The L Stop interviews Tamale Sepp about her transition from agriculture to comedy. They also discuss Tamale’s new comedy series, Brass Chuckles Comedy.