Ep. 80: Ariel Zetina Opens Up About Finding Patience in the Process and the Pageantry of Politics

This is the eighth in a series of podcast interviews about The 19th Amendment Project, a collection of plays commissioned by Burning Coal Theatre, the League of Women Voters of Wake County, and 12 other area theater companies.

Ariel Zetina is a Chicago based artist, focusing in music, deejaying, and writing. Plays include Pink Milk, Mechanisms of Fidelity, and British Honduras Fantasy [honorable mention on Kilroy List 2016 and Steppenwolf’s Mix list 2018]. She released her fourth EP “MUA’s at the End of the World” on the label Femme Culture in 2020, is a resident DJ at the legendary Chicago club Smartbar, and was commissioned by Burning Coal Theatre to create a play for the 19th Amendment Project. Zetina’s play Gerrymanderia premiered last month virtually and is available to stream through Sptember 30th. For more information visit: https://burningcoal.org/the-19th-gerrymanderia/.

Ariel Zetina’s EP “MUAS at the End of the World” is available to stream now on Amazon Music, Apple Music, or Spotify. For more information visit: https://ffm.to/ariel-zetina-ep.

NOTE: RDU on Stage producer, editor, and host Lauren Van Hemert has been nominated for Best Podcaster, Social Influencer, and Woman of the Year in WRAL Voters’ Choice Awards. To nominate RDU on Stage or your favorite businesses and non-profits, visit: https://www.wral.com/voters-choice-awards/17382552/. Thank you for your support!

Hear what the other 19th Amendment Project playwrights have to say to RDU on Stage about this collective of plays.

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