Posts in Season 10
RR_S10E12 - #1812Productions - The Roommate

Today on the podcast, 1812 Productions presents, The Roommate by Jen Silverman. On the first day of tech, I sit down with Director Harriet Power and actors Artistic Director, Jenn Childs and Grace Gonglewski. Here’s my interview with 1812 Productions, The Roommate. 

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RR_S10E11 - #FringeArts - Operation: Wawa Road Trip, Joseph Ahmed

On today’s podcast, our 2019 FringeArts coverage continues with Director Joseph Ahmed. Tribe of Fools annual fringe offering Operation: Wawa Road Trip, takes a brother and sister on a trip to pay tribute, deal with loss and a battle between two Pennsylvania convenient stores. Here’s my interview with Joseph Ahmed.

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RR_S10E08 - #EdFringe - Hitler’s Tasters

On today’s podcast, here at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, we meet the creative team of Hitler’s Tasters. This ticket is highly shut after and I managed to get them along with the opportunity to chat. Here’s my interview for Hitler’s Tasters. 

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S10E03 - "Among The Dead" in Exile

On today’s podcast, Deborah Block talks about the Philadelphia Premiere “Among The Dead” by Hansol Jung. The piece uses a bit of theatre magic to craft the story’s past, calling on a higher power to show the way. Stay Tuned for my interview with Deborah Block.


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S10E02 - Jerrell L. Henderson talks about "Untitled" by Inua Ellams - Inis Nua Theatre

On today’s podcast, director Jerrell L. Henderson talks about Inis Nua’s production “Untitled” by Inua Ellams featuring Keith Illidge about two brothers born on Nigerian Independence Day. On the night of their naming, one brother cries out and refuses to be. We talk about first impressions, relevance and how this American Premiere continues to serve Inis Nua’s mission. Here’s my conversation with Jerrell Henderson.

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S10E01 - 1812 Presents "The God Project"

On today’s podcast, I head over to 1812 Productions to talk about the new play, “The God Project” where two pastor’s kids find unexpected common ground at a Swedish furniture store. Writers and Performers Sean Close and Jenn Childs talk about similarities growing up in this “God Couple” of  a play featuring Joilet Harris. Here’s my conversation with Sean Close and Jenn Childs.

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