Deborah Sharn talked with John O’Brien, Director of Programming for the Fox Theatre about their 2019-20 Season that opens with Hello Dolly” this week and continues with “Hamilton,” ”Wicked,” and “Jersey Boys.”
Deborah Sharn speaks with actress, Amanda Robles, who plays Aldonza in the musical "Man of La Mancha" at Stages St.Louis through Oct. 6th.
Deborah Sharn talks with Maggie Ryan, Artistic Director for Insight Theatre Company about their season that includes “The Revolutionists” that opens June 28th and runs through July 14th and “Shakespeare in Love” that opens August 28th and runs through September 15th in St. Louis.
Deborah Sharn talks with President and CEO Denny Reagan of The Muny about their 101st season that opens June 10th with GUYS AND DOLLS and closes August 11th with MATILDA. The Muny is located in Forest Park in St. Louis.
Deborah Sharn talks with actor and playwright David Payne about his play, LEWIS AND TOLKIEN, OF WARDROBE & RINGS that plays June 13-16 at the Playhouse @Westport Plaza in St. Louis.
Deborah Sharn spoke with Shakespeare Festival’s Executive Producer Tom Ridgely and Actor Phil Hernandez both involved with Shakespeare Festival’s production of LOVE’S LABOR’S LOST that opens May 29 and plays through June 23rd at in Forest Park in St. Louis.
Deborah Sharn talks with Executive Producer Jack Lane about the Stages St. Louis season which includes BOY FROM OZ, GREASE, and MAN OF LA MANCHA.
Deborah Sharn spoke with Carrie Houk, Executive Artistic Director for the Tennessee Williams Festival that opens May 9 and runs through May 19th in Grand Center in St. Louis.
Deborah Sharn spoke with Tony Award winning composer, lyricist, arranger, orchestrator, director and performer Jason Robert Brown about his career and his upcoming show, “How We React and How We Recover” that will play at The Grandel Theatre in St. Louis March 15, 2019.
Deborah Sharn spoke with Lee Anne Mathews and Illeana Kirven both involved in the musical, “Avenue Q” that performs at the Playhouse at Westport Plaza January 25th though March 3rd in St. Louis.
Deborah Sharn spoke with Alan Knoll and Steve Isom both involved in Upstream Theatre’s production of the play, “Wittenberg” that opens January 25th and plays through February 10th at the Kranzberg Arts Center in St. Louis.
Deborah Sharn spoke with playwright Kenneth Jones who wrote ALABAMA STORY currently playing at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis through January 27th in St. Louis.
Deborah and Kenneth talked about the play, his writing process and his journey with ALABAMA STORY.