1. 2. 3. Let me direct your attention to a variety of things that aired on 848 this morning. Kelly Kleiman (sans Dueling Critic Jonathan) spoke about Victory Gardens Theater’s play Ameriville; of that production she cautioned that it “is not your mother’s Victory Gardens”, in reference to the change wraught by the company’s new artistic director Chay Yew. After that, Doyle & Debbie performed and spoke about their life (rather, actors Bruce Arntson and Jenny Littleton spoke as their characters), and Brian Babylon and Molly Adams discussed Ever Mainard’s recent controversial stand-up piece. It was a day chock-full-of performance and such content, and you can get it all online.
4. Vocalo talked with Invisible Man director Christopher McElroen last week and I’m just now getting to it but you should, too.
5. Andddd Hammerstein’s Show Boat opens tonight at Lyric Opera with Nathan Gunn, Angela Renee Simpson, Alyson Cambridge, Morris Robinson and Ashley Brown, among others.
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