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“At the Table” with Michael Perlman, Claire Karpen, Aaron Rossini and Craig Wesley Divino

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“What happens in a changing world when those at the center of the conversation are on the periphery, and those who have been marginalized begin to have their voices heard?” Such is the theme of Fault Line Theatre’s new play “At the Table.” In this episode, KC sits down with writer/director Michael Perlman, cast member Claire Karpen and Fault […]

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Improv Yourself with IRTE’s Nannette Deasy!

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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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“Saints and Poets” Singer/Actor Gracie Terzian

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This week we’re thrilled to chat with the young and talented Gracie Terzian! Gracie is a New York-based actor and singer; her jazz EP “Saints and Poets” is available on iTunes starting May 5, and she can be seen performing at Bar Hugo on Monday nights in NYC. Gracie chats about working with KC as a […]

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

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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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Into the Woods’ Patrick Mulryan on Theater and Community

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It’s our 60th episode, and we are thrilled to sit down with actor Patrick Mulryan of Fiasco’s super-acclaimed “Into the Woods” at Roundabout Theater Company! After getting his start as (possibly) the most prolific community theater performer of all time, Patrick majored in Theatre and English at Oberlin College and went on to earn his […]

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