It’s getting cooler outside, but heating up on the stages of NY as we talk to four more shows in our newest episode!
In this episode:
- In STINKY FLOWERS AND THE BAD BANANNA, five actors enact all new fairy tales for a hungry audience. Playwright Croft Vaugn and Actor Lauren Sowa discuss how this show was expanded from a one-person show into a five (and perhaps 45) person cast.
- GOLDEN BOY OF THE BLUE RIDGE was a successful show for Prospect Theatre Company, and now the cast album has been released on brand new label, Great White Wax. Composer Pete Mills and Producer Dennis Michael Keefe discuss the process of bringing this Off-Broadway Original Cast Album to fruition, and we hear a couple songs from the CD.
- If you’ve been longing for the classic Noel Coward-type of play, look no further than Ateh Theatre Group’s presentation of WEEKEND AT AN ENGLISH COUNTRY ESTATE. Lovingly recreating not only the 1930 British era in appearance, but also tone, Playwright Sara Montgomery and Director Paul Urcioli discuss the creation of the show and bringing it to life in New York.
- The ethics and morals of In Vitro Fertilization and reproductive rights in choosing genetics are at stake in the two-hander, GOOD EGG from the Red Fern Theatre Company. Director Kel Haney and Actor Dan McCabe discuss the show and the issues it raises.