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Prowling the Abyss: Interview with Performer Karen Anne Light

“Prowling the Abyss” is a new one-woman show by actress and writer Karen Anne Light; the show is being presented as part of Theaterlab’s...

Fruma-Sarah (Waiting in the Wings): Interview with Playwright E. Dale Smith

“Fruma-Sarah (Waiting in the Wings)” is a new theatrical performance that is scheduled to open in New York this July. It focuses on a...

Moms The Musical: Interview with Writer Kelly Surette

“Moms: The Musical” is a new theatrical production that will be live-streamed to the general public on July 24 at 2pm EST. Moms: The Musical...

Molière in the Park: Interview with Artistic Director Lucie Tiberghien

Molière in the Park (MIP) is a theater company founded by Artistic Director Lucie Tiberghien. Molière in the Park is dedicated to showcasing free...

The Birth of Paper: Interview with Playwright Molly Rice

“The Birth of Paper” is a new play by RealTime Interventions that was created in response to Beirut's humanitarian crisis (it is also a...

Icons and Idols: Interview with Composer Grace Oberhofer

Grace Oberhofer is an award-winning composer who focuses on non-traditional music theater. A native of Washington state, Grace graduated from Tufts University and has...

I Couldn’t Tell You Why: Interview with Playwright Harrison David Rivers

“I Couldn’t Tell You Why” is a new play running at the Refracted Theatre Company that will run as part of NYC's Open Culture...

The Mailbox: Interview with Theater Director Sarah Murphy

“The Mailbox” is a new play premiering courtesy of NYC’s Tiny Box Theater from May 27 to June 6. The interactive show was created by...

MINE: Interview with Creator/Performer Shayna Strype

“MINE” is an innovative, unique, and incredibly imaginative mixed-media theater production that was delivered to the masses via Theatermania courtesy of Manhattan’s Dixon Place....

Frog & Peach Theatre: Interview with Director Lynnea Benson

Princesses with anger management issues, gender-fluid step-mothers in blue wigs, less-than-dashing princes, sharp-talking dwarves, and puppets with attitudes are all present in the frantic,...