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Culturadar Blog

September 27, 2018


Culturadar blogger Ann Greer talks about John Strand's "Lincolnesque," now playing at Keegan Theatre through October 14.

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September 15, 2018


Culturadar blogger Ann Greer talks with Soprano Emily Noël about her role in Folger Theatre's production of “Macbeth.”

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August 31, 2018


Culturadar blogger Ann Greer talks with director Matthew Gardiner about his work on "Passion," now playing at Signature Theatre through September 23.

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August 29, 2018

Smokey Joe’s “Guitar Man”

Smokey Joe’s Cafe has returned to NYC in a reimagined production directed and choreographed by Tony Nominee and Emmy Winner Joshua Bergasse. Standout cast member Max Sangerman, whose prior credits include Blue Man Group, The Lightning Thief, and The Buddy Holly Story, spoke to Culturadar about his experience with Smokey Joe’s Cafe and his musical influences.


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August 21, 2018

Walking the Line between Absurdism and Reality: Worse Than Tigers at the New Ohio Theatre

Culturadar Blogger Shoshana Greenberg talked to Jaclyn Biskup and Shannon Marie Sullivan about Mark Chrisler's play Worse Than Tigers, directing and acting with the character of a tiger, and why they refer to the play as “Who’s Afraid of Virginia’s Rhinoceros.”

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August 17, 2018

Samantha Massell returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below

Samantha Massell prepares to return to Feinstein’s/54 Below on August 21 & 28 with a brand new solo show, following a sold-out debut in January of 2017. We took some time to talk with Samantha about her past work, artistic inspiration, and what audiences can expect at her upcoming shows at Feinstein’s/54 Below.

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August 9, 2018

SCUM, an Apocalypse Story

Five years in the future, four nerdy friends try to survive an apocalypse brought on by nuclear war, but the terror becomes less about the bombs and more about what people do to each other. Scum, currently running through August 18th at The Producers Club, is a new play by Sarah Shear, who also stars in the production. Culturadar blogger Shoshana Greenberg talked to Shear about why Scum is set in 2023, the challenge of writing roles for oneself, and how the Doomsday Clock inspired the play.

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August 9, 2018

Audible Celebrates “After Anatevka,” a Novel Featuring the Characters from FIDDLER ON THE ROOF

“After Anatevka,” a literary and musical evening produced by Audible on August 13 at the Minetta Lane Theater will celebrate Alexandra Silbers sweeping historic novel and its upcoming audiobook release. Ms. Sliber spoke to Culturadar about this project. View full post

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