Deborah talks with Edward Coffield, director for Insight Theatre’s production of “Moon Over Buffalo” that plays in St. Louis July 24th – August 9th at the Haegney Theatre on the campus of Nerinx hall. They discuss the well loved play and how it relates to other situational comedies and farces as it’s a little bit of both. Deborah and Edward also talk about the fine art of comedy, Edwards history in the theatre as a director and production manager for The Rep.
Deborah Sharn talks with Christine Ebersole, a two time Tony award winning actress and singer. Christine has performed on Broadway, on TV and film, appears in concerts and cabaret and has recorded several albumns. She will be performing her cabaret act in St. Louis at The Sheldon Auditorium Friday, July 24th
Deborah talks with Laura Careless about her one woman show, LOST GODDESS that Laura describes as a multi-sensory experience. Laura Careless is a UK-born, New York-based performing artist specializing in storytelling through dance.
Deborah talks with Artistic Director, Donna Northcott about Smoking Monkey’s next show, “Game of Thrones: The Parody”. Each spring Smoking Monkey presents an original, late-night parody of a beloved cult movie or TV show. Smoking Monkey Theatre is a spin-off company of St. Louis Shakespeare. Past shows parodied include, “Lord of The Rings”, “The Ten Commandments”, “Valley of the Dolls”, “Star Wars” among others.
Deborah Sharn talks with Ryan Foizey, Theatre Lab’s founder and Artistic Director about his upcoming production of “The Pillowman” by Martin McDonagh. Deborah and Ryan also discuss Theatre Lab’s 24 Play Festival that happens in late July.
Jack Lane is the executive producer for Stages St. Louis, and he gives the run down of the summer season: Smokey Joe's Cafe May 29 - June 28 / Anything Goes July 17 - August 16 / The Full Monty September 4 - October 4
Ben Nordstrom is a St. Louis based actor and he is producing the St. Louis run of Main Street Musicals, a live concert reading series featuring St. Louis actors, directors and music directors. The festival will present: A Good Man, The Gig, and How Green Was My Valley at the Muny's Orthwein Hall on May 24-25, 2015.
Wayne Salomon, director and William Roth, artistic director discuss the St. Louis Actor's Studio production of ART by Yasmina Reza at the Gaslight Theater, running April 17-May 3, 2015.
Renee Sevier-Monsey, Director and Vincent Murphy, writer discuss the West End Players Guild production of "The Cockfighter" running April 10-19, 2015 at the Union Avenue Christian Church.
Jerry Vogel, actor who plays "The Mariner" and Paige Brubeck of Sleepy Kitty discuss Upstream Theater's presentation of "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" at the Kranzberg Arts Center April 10-19, 2015
Gary Bell, artistic director talks about Stray Dog Theater presents "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" from April 2-18, 2015 at the Tower Grove Abbey.
Deborah talks with Ladue News theater critic Mark Bretz about The St. Louis Theatre Circle Awards. Mark Bretz is a co founder of The St. Louis Theatre Circle an organization that awards theater artists.
Scott and Deborah interview actor/singer Robert McNichols who plays Paul Robeson in The Black Rep's production of "Paul Robeson."
Scott and Deborah interview Seth Gordon, Assoc. Artistic Director and producer of The Rep's "IGNITE! New Play Festival." Seth discusses the creation of IGNITE! and what three plays will be presented for the 2015 season.
Scott and Deborah talk with director Steve Callahan and actor Todd Schaeffer about
the West End Players Guild's production of "Mr. Marmalade" by Noah Haidle. Todd Schaeffer plays Mr. Marmalade in this production.
Scott and Deborah talk with William Roth and Kari Ely about St. Louis Actor Studio's
production of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf." William Roth plays George and Kari plays Martha. William Roth is Founder/Artistic Director for St. Louis Actor's Studio.
Scott and Deborah talk with author Jennifer Ashley Tepper about her books, "The Untold Stories of Broadway" volume 1 & 2. Ms. Tepper has organized tales from the world most famous theaters along with stories from numerous actor, directors, producers and theater production people.
Scott and Deborah talk with Kathleen Sitzer and Bobby Miller about The New Jewish Theatre's production of "Imagining Madoff." Bobby Miller plays Ponzi schemer Bernie
Scott Miller and Deborah Sharn interview Jessica Hentoff, producer of Circus Harmony, a social circus organization that uses circus arts to motivate social change.