Another week, another series of far-ranging talks about the theatre and its makers from across the nation.
Bernardo Cubria’s New York-based podcast Off and On offers another episode from the West Coast, this time from the Bay Area, where former New York actor and LABrynth Theatre Company member Sarah Nina Hayon has relocated. Why’d she move? (Hint: Motherhood may have had something to do with it.)
Things get a teensy bit emotional on this week’s Maxamoo, as its correspondents gush over Andrew Schneider’s shirtless performance in Youarenowhere and more from New York’s January festival-palooza.
Last week, Chicago’s General Admission offered a very special episode in which one host/producer, Tyler Greene, interviewed the other (Don Hall). Now they turn the tables and Hall grills Greene about his work as a live event producer for WBEZ and Vocalo and the Moth.
On the latest installment of Erin Teachman’s Washington, D.C.-based Exit the Stage Door, he talks to lighting designer and Woolly Mammoth company member Colin K. Bills about community events and what light itself means to holiday rituals, among other things (including the show he’s lighting at Arena Stage, The Originalist, about Justice Antonin Scalia.
Last but not least, we’re adding to the roster HowlRound’s sporadic Friday Phone Call series, in which ArtsEmerson’s David Dower interviews various theatre folks. This week it’s Sojourn Theatre’s peripatetic and passionate Michael Rohd.
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