Monthly Archives: May 2009

#57: Richard Cook

Today on Twin Cities Theater Connection Podcast, Richard Cook speaks candidly about his role as artistic director and the history and growth of Park Square Theatre. Starting Friday, May 29th, Park Square opens the area premiere of Agatha Christie’s mystery…

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#56: Iris Shuraishi, Jen Weir and Susan Tanabe

Mu Daiko members Iris Shuraishi, Jen Weir and Susan Tanabe talk about drumming and the community spirit involved in taiko drumming. Tonight and tomorrow at 7:30 p.m., they’re having a Taiko Party at Mixed Blood Theatre. [podcast]http://www.tctheaterconnection.com/mp3s/mudaiko.mp3[/podcast]

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#55: Director’s Roundtable Featuring Claire Avitabile, Carin Bratlie and Michael Mellas

Claire Avitabile, Carin Bratlie and Michael Mellas gather together for a director’s roundtable, in which they talk about their processes and the whys, hows, troubles and triumphs of directing. In addition to directing, Claire Avitabile is artistic director of the…

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#54: Michael Kelley

After seeing their recent production of Hamlet, I decided to talk with Michael Kelley of 3AM Productions and the process the company has gone through in the last year since he took over as artistic director. What’s unique about 3AM…

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#53: Wendy Knox

After the close of By The Bog of Cats, Wendy Knox sat down with Joshua Humphrey and expounded about her artistic history and Frank Theatre. Frank Theatre was recently named Best Small Theatre in the Twin Cities by the City…

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#52: Alberto Justiniano, James Rodriguez and Kieran Adcock

Teatro del Pueblo’s latest show, The True History of Coca-Cola in Mexico, is over and gone, but we have a podcast featuring cast members James Rodriguez and Kieran Adcock and Teatro del Pueblo’s founder, Alberto Justiniano to help you remember!…

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#51: Hannah Kuhlmann, Eric Knobel and Michael Ritchie are Splendid Things

Splendid Things–Hannah Kuhlmann, Eric Knobel and Michael Ritchie–expound about their improv comedy troupe and their upcoming gigs behind the scenes of May’s Sample Night Live. They can be seen this Monday, May 11th and May 18th at the Bryant Lake…

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#49: Jason Peterson and Jessica Lind

Yellow Tree Theatre co-founders Jason Peterson and Jessica Lind speak about their current production, The Last Five Years, and about starting a theatre in the suburbs of Minnesota. The Last Five Years plays until May 17th at Yellow Tree Theatre…

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