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“That Reminds Me…” Producing a Series with Jenny Paul, Chelsea Roach and Monica Cangero

That Reminds Me

Hurryupandwait is back after a summer hiatus! This week KC sits with actor/producers Jenny Paul, Chelsea Roach and Monica Cangero of “That Reminds Me…” the webseries. The ladies discuss challenges of producing a series, how to wear multiple hats, DIY filmmaking, and becoming a family (literally) on set. “That Reminds Me…” is “a webseries about […]

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“Punks & Provocateurs” Erin Beirnard, Alyssa Block and Rebeca Miller

Roaring Girl

It’s an all-female power hour with Erin Beirnard, Alyssa Block and Rebeca Miller of Everyday Inferno’s “The Roaring Girl,” running June 5-21. We talk about working on the Elizabethan comedy, going on tour, discovering (and combatting) the dictates of type, and… Charlotte’s Web! Everday Inferno’s “The Roaring Girl” runs in rep with 90’s-era rock musical […]

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Improv Yourself with IRTE’s Nannette Deasy!

Nannette IRTE

This week KC chats with actor Nannette Deasy, Artistic Director of New York’s Improvisational Repertory Theatre Ensemble! Nanette talks about the challenges (and joys) of creating fully improvised shows week after week, IRTE’s artistic process, and her own journey from New York actor to Artistic Director of a repertory company. Check out IRTE online at […]

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“True Believer” with Asa Merritt, Joshua K. Brody and Kersti Bryan

True Believer

It’s Ethan’s last week as hurryupandwait co-host, and we’re sitting down with playwright Asa Merritt, director Joshua K. Brody and actor Kersti Bryan of  “True Believer- An Incendiary New Play.” This one-woman play about “identity, radicalism, and the undeniable passion of youth” follows a young journalist’s personal pursuit of justice and ultimate journey towards domestic terrorism. Asa, […]

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99 Seats (Part 1 of 2)

99 pic

What is 99? Los Angeles theater is at least partially defined by the Actors’ Equity 99 Seat Plan. This low-budget agreement has existed for decades, and a tight-knit theatrical community has grown up around it. A newly proposed change to the plan has rocked the LA intimate theater world, leading to serious questions about art, […]

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