TidePod Season 3, Episode 10: Black Maskers during COVID

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Valerie Wang

The TidePod, which was started in early 2019, is currently in its third season. Graphic designed by Valerie Wang.

TidePod Crew

In the tenth episode of the third season of the TidePod, we interviewed student leaders of the Black Maskers Drama club in Richard Montgomery High School, RMHS, to talk about their upcoming production, Clue: Stay at Home EditionNormally, the Black Maskers put on a musical during the fall, produce the student-directed One Acts during the winter, and put on a play during the spring. While the Black Maskers were not able to produce any of these shows in person this year, they will be presenting a virtually-made production in April. Today, we will be exploring how the club has adapted in transitioning from an in-person production to an online one. Anand Chitnis and Bridget McKirgan, student leaders of the Black Maskers Drama club, will also help us understand how the club has been running during virtual learning. 

Photo courtesy of Amazon Prime Video. Clue: Stay at Home Edition was adapted from the Paramount Pictures Film and the board game.

You can listen to “Black Maskers during COVID” here.

The featured guests are Anand Chitnis and Bridget McKirgan.

The episode is hosted by Thisuli Meepagala.

The script was written by Jupleen Kaur and Alyssa Lee.

Publicity and Outreach by Nikitha Shah.

Graphic by Valerie Wang. Music courtesy of Corrigan Peters.

Edited by Savva Brown. Produced by Mirula Prasad and Amna Shamim.

You can listen to the rest of the TidePod podcast here.