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"emily frazier" Discussed on Pool Podcasts
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"emily frazier" Discussed on Pool Podcasts
"I had a very long conversation with Emily Frazier from matchroom multi sport. We talked about a number of things. It's a long interview, but I think it's worth the time it's almost an hour i. think it's worth the time to spend to listen to everything emily has to say she has a vision for this game. and. If we can get halfway to that vision, I think we're going to be doing an outstanding job. So with that being said. Without any further ado I give you emily frazier. Very proud now to be joined by the managing director of Matcher. multi-sports Emily Frazier Emily how things on on your side of the world? On my side of the pond. Well, it's. Crazy gonNA live but. Thank you for having me. Great to speak to my just a I'm actually at MK Arena full the build of our Championship League Snooker Event So we've got that start in on south Sunday. Sioe yet oh systems guy really for us wit select. We're we're back into the mix of it and doing exactly what we love to do which is back to back events. For the for the World Snooker Championship there were fans allowed in the first day and then they weren't allowed in until the last day. Is that right? Yes unfortunately I was I was there on that day and it was. It was such a horrible for everyone involved really so much planning and organization at gone into. Allowing spectators into the venue. All of the United Rules and regulations have been approved by And then all of a sudden. A spike in cases and a decision obviously be made by the government. To cancel any test pilot events for spectators attending live sporting events, and obviously that coded the wall. SNOOT. Championship. which was Distraught really united. We had one day fans and then all of a sudden. It went to behind closed doors and then manage to have the final The final two days are been spectators so it just goes to show the no matter what you do matter what you plan. Evil ways got to have something in you back in the back of the mind you know just saying. It's not quite a hundred percent until you. So of there and you just got to make sure that you've got every contingency in place really and just it's just still such on nine and onset and times right now all we have to do is try to stay upbeat and positive, and and just hoping aim in the right direction..
"emily frazier" Discussed on Pool Podcasts
"Staying, home and slowly getting better. Yeah, this China take it easy I wanted to go and drive a long drive, but I just don't want to. You know at this point take chance. Still, my neck and everything I think from the fall I probably had whiplash and everything to. With fell flat, you know from standing up you know with totally. Unconscious all in straight back you know. So I'm sure it probably hit the ground pretty hard but aren't you playing pool better? Didn't you say that you know so You know. You know I mean listen shock. So yeah, I, feel like. It makes me some good. Messed my head of. Jamaican, you stay down on the ball. Yeah. There you go. Me Read always said I was in bed jump. I appreciate you guys taking some time today and hopefully the fundraiser off great and more importantly. Hopefully, Tommy recovers one hundred percent and gets right back out there running tournaments again. Mike I also WANNA thank Roger. Long. For everything. He's done and all that and I WANNA. Thank the Lord and. You know Christ forget me back to where I'm at at least right now. I think both of you for taking some time and hopefully, everything goes well, and hopefully we will be talking to Tommy again real soon. Thanks guys. All right. Thank you so much. Thanks all the people that donated and everything. All right. That was the interview for this week I appreciate everybody listening and I appreciate coming on by checking out the new website. Normally, end this show with a comment about how much how try to be back the following week, and all of you listeners know that that usually doesn't happen but I've got a surprise this time I am prepared nate would be pleased with me. I have an interview already done for next week I had an hour long conversation with Emily Frazier over matchroom, and that will be our interview for next week. So check out the new website and come on back week for Emily Frazier from matchroom. That's the show this week. Thanks for listening and Dave. We are always thinking about.
"emily frazier" Discussed on Pool Podcasts
"Everywhere. Skysports basically farmed it out. And did you hear anything about what kind of you're ship? They had or is it too soon to know that lesson when they were doing the online streaming the first three days they had nine and ten thousand people watching it a time. I don't remember any pool streaming show ever they'd garnered that kind of audience, and my feeling is from my experience producing pool tournaments. The first years always the hardest and every year after that, it'll grow I have no doubt in my mind that the US open next year will be bigger and better maybe more prize money. Maybe you know, I don't think they're gonna go on two hundred six players. That's a huge field. Maybe it'll be a day longer. Maybe they'll, you know, increase the capacity because if they're already filling the stands a few times seven hundred seats, they may need to go to nine hundred seats next year and the seats were not expensive. I mean, the I think you could watch it anywhere from seven seven fifty to ten dollars a day. That's not bad or ten dollars a session. They made. I think that they purposely made it inexpensive, you know, to attract as many people as possible. No. I, you know, here it is three day three days after it's over. I don't see any complaints. I don't think place on as a billiards. I don't people are not calling me and saying, hey, what about this j what about that? Why didn't they do? This do that the fact that their silence on the negative end is very telling to me, whatever they did it worked. Negative pool. Fans can be heck I'm one of them. Sure. They'll they'll they'll jump on anything. They'll jump on anything. I thought that the referee calling of foul in the last game on woo on just a slight touch. The two would have would create a controversy. But it hasn't happened. It would be one thing if let's say short sleeve barely touch the ball. But when you're cue stick actually contacts the object ball, that's that's a pretty obvious foul, and if Nigel REEs hadn't called it. He would have been he would have been remiss talking about the production put on I mean this while it was their first US open. It was far from their first time in pool. I mean, they've been producing events for years and years and years early nineties. I started the Mosconi Cup coincidentally. There was a note on Facebook today. I'm sure you saw it that. Lucas was stepping down from Matchroom how how instrumental do you think he has been in where pool is, and I don't mean the terrible place pool is I mean, the good place where bullies various metal. I've known for a few months that Luke was leaving. You know, basically, he relegated is duties to other people before the US open. Although he was involved in the planning stages back at the end of last year. Luke has been the frontman for match room on all these pool events Mosconi Cup world pool masters World Cup of pool. He's been the frontman and he's been like, the producer. Maybe he didn't. He didn't have the title of tournament director. But he was the producer. You know? Barry Hearn is the is the maestro of match sports, but he relegates responsibility to the right people. Now, he's basically Luke has been replaced by Emily Frazier. And that's her responsibility. Now. And there was there was never anybody that I know in pool that was better at organizing and event logistically than Luke, and he had a he has a really good nature about him. He he's quick laughing himself, and he gets people on his side. He gets he he he gets things done and they're gonna miss him. But when I talked to a couple of months, go about in retirement, he called me told me he was retiring and it took me by surprise. He said Jay I've been working for them for twenty five years. I didn't realize that Luke has been with mattress for twenty five years. And he was just ready to retire. You've been going to match events longer than I have. And he's always been there for as far back as I've been going. I met him over twenty years ago in the late nineties in Cardiff Wales. Well, I think you know, from what I've seen. It's it's he's left everything in in very capable hands. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Match room had a good staff of people as skysports had, you know, they're they're kind of two different arms that worked together they're joined to their they join forces to produce an event like this skysports is responsible for the television production and metros responsible for the for the tournament production, and they work well together because for the most part their people the the key people have been working together for years. I don't know if a lot of people were aware of that in America. It seems like for example, a CSI events. See us is responsible for everything tournament production streaming production everything, but you know, skysports knows what they're doing sky is who covers snooker in England. Isn't it? They cover snooker that cover darts. They do boxing. They do poker skysports is actually a larger network worldwide than ESPN. Oh, wow. Yeah. They're they're stuff goes all over the world. All right. Well, j I am not going to keep you any longer. I'd say I'm not going to keep you from the book. But apparently, you're not working on that. So I'll say that. I'm not gonna keep you from finding Dayton a venue for that event. Okay. Great. I joy talking to you, Mike. And and hopefully, we'll we'll see you down the road. Maybe at the world ten ball. Thanks, jay. Okay. Thank you Bye-bye. All right. That was j I was enjoying talking to Jay's a very Greg areas person. And he knows so much about the game. Hopefully this tournament that he's talking about will be will be something that he gets put together. And hopefully, I mean knowing shea lives in California. Hopefully, it'll be something out on the west coast. I wouldn't be surprised at all to see it. Take place in Vegas with everything that's going on out there. But again, I I don't know that for a fact, I'm just guessing. And like Jay said he'll have more details for as soon. So looking forward to hearing that that's the show this week. I'm not sure what we're going to have next week. The plan is to have show. Of course, the plan is always to have a show, but you know, two shows in a row here. So chances are let's let's say sixty forty that. We've gotta show next week. All right, everybody. Thanks for listening. I appreciate you listening, and Dave we are always thinking about you.
"emily frazier" Discussed on Breaking Character
"All. Yeah. I don't know how to do these things so other than so Craig the only played the one roll that's Christopher how many other actors only does the teacher the teacher and everybody else was in the mom and the mom. Okay. And then yeah, the other how many total actors play the multiples we have six actors who play multiple. So it's Ted cast in all that's very very cool. Yeah. So tell us about Christopher the kid is ver. Kid who's playing Christopher. Yeah. Yeah. Justin shepherd actually school student asked if he could be here today, but he is currently taking his AP calc tests. So. Yes. Good luck. Justin and theater. Worth eater. Math. Wait, maybe both. But just a fantastic hard working kid. I know exert to him before and he's been juggling. He actually came off doing into the woods before this one which got pushback as well that weather in January. So then he went right into curious incident with a really demanding role. Mccafe's was the only the only one, and especially it's tough roll. There's things that are hard to do especially for a teenager on stage. Because you there things that make you feel very self conscious about what you're doing and things like that. And he's just taking it on wonderfully. Now, how'd you find him? How do you heard about immersing him before tell me, how do you show up addition? What was what made him kind of the perfect person for this role? I know some other folks at TCP worked with him before. And just knew that not only is he a good actor but having a kid that's responsible enough to where I mean, the lines alone are very intensive immedi role. Right. It is. So ninety nine percent of the time. We actually had to work in a spot where he could walk off stage for three seconds. So he could get some water in the middle of the show. So he is on pretty much ninety nine point nine percent of the time. There isn't intermission. There isn't. Bathroom break. Yeah. That's great. Well, while while we're at the suck about the rest of your cast in crew tummy who else you you have in your cats. So we've got a lot of great folks in the cast like Craig said, we've got some other people who all play one character piece. We've got Meghan impel key who's playing shaven Christopher's teacher who is a very constant role in his life someone he really feels. He can depend on and understands what he needs an and how that's doing in. Megan is just doing a fantastic job. They're using British accents some okay some. We mix it up. I think we've got some Scottish in there. We've got one Russian. Yeah. You know, so and we we just wanted to have a lot of fun with that. Yeah. And Caitlyn Sam cell is playing Christopher's mother in. He's got a lot of flashbacks and things like that. So she's playing all those scenes Craig, of course, is the dead. And then Carol or Lasky Robert Foster, a Laura Simmons, Sarah Simmons, Emily Frazier, and Dave Womack, you're all playing the additional roles in. I think they all have between three to five roles a piece, and then what about your crew who's opening out behind the scenes? My crew is amazing. If you're not familiar with the show, you have to have an amazing tech crew to pull this one off Christopher's. It's a first person theater. Really? You're inside Christopher's mind and consciousness and seeing things through his eyes. So a lot of it's done with computers and lighting and tech to give the audience that sense of how do you make someone feel emotion without words, you know, and they do that a lot through the tech. So I have Paul Stewart's who as I designed all the sound. But he engineered at all for me. And got it all put together we actually have a musician in Grand Rapids T types is what they go by. And they provided all original music for the show. It's a lot of kind of tech sort of music really wanted to make sure it it fit everything. Really well, and he went through and provided so many wonderful things for us. Lexi, have free CDs of his to give out at the show. Met Davidson as been doing all of our lighting, and he has been there longer than I have some nights and has just done an amazing job. What's the name of his company to replace them? Or no. For designer. Yeah. Bent. Yeah. So he's been doing just amazing work with lights. I've never seen moves so fast before it's great. And Dan Velazquez is actually creating custom animations rescues on projection. Wow. And he's a video producer over at world pool. So he's been working with me from even before the show was cast on getting these animations created and belts. So that we can use those are you super proud of it. I am really really proud of it year writer too. So as a director, you've probably find yourself having to adhere to a script or storyline. But also. Yeah, this sign is. You know, you're you're a big part of it. I love it. I tech side of things I think is just so much fun. And I've had a blast going through some of that. And the acting side actually is so difficult with some of those difficult scenes for Justin. So I actually had Tim erronous come on as an acting coach and work one on one with Justin. So we can really try to get those things a lot of help. We've had a lot of help. And it's I feel like as a direct. Her one of my main jobs is to find people who are smarter than me than to do completely. And that's how a lot of support at TCP to a great organization. It's a great place to Tuesday. I can do this. But I'm gonna need some help. Right, right. They've really rallied. So that's exciting. Only couple of days left. I know tomorrow. I'm gonna give my life back. And even we've forgot anything else. He goes wanna mention or officers will mentioned we have staying obey is our show sponsor perfect for the I know, right? Even specifically went looking for them. And they they've on. It's their first time sponsoring TCP show. We're lucky to have them. And I hope they keep going with it. It's wonderful job is to keep dogs. Yeah. I guess so spoilers could want the mystery solved to start it. Thanks for coming in. Once again, twin city was as the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime. Seven thirty PM Friday and Saturday in two pm Sunday over the next three weekends at the TCP playhouse six hundred west Glenn Lord road. Saint Joe tickets are fifteen dollars for dull twelve dollars for seniors group rates also vailable on opening