James Marino, Michael Portantiere, and Matt Tamanini discuss Oslo at Lincoln Center. Robb Johnston joins us to discuss Privacy at The Public Theater. Matt reviews an immersive production of Equus at The Acre in Orlando. Michael expands upon last week’s review of Broadway Originals with Tony Danza.
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MP: Oslo @ Lincoln Center Theater, Newhouse Theater, 150 West 65th Street, through August 28, 2016
JM + RJ: Privacy @ The Public Theater, 425 Lafayette Street, through August 14, 2016
Robb Johnston joins us to give us his review of Privacy and join in the discussion.
MT: An immersive production of Equus at The Acre in Orlando
When Shadows Fall – Orlando
Serenbe Playhouse – outside Atlanta
Michael expands upon last week’s review of Broadway Originals with Tony Danza.
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