Lindsay Barenz, James Marino, and Jan Simpson discuss talk with playwright Bess Wohl about Small Mouth Sounds and her other work. Peter Filichia and Michael Portantiere join after for reviews of All the Ways to Say I Love You, The Encounter, The Trial of an American President, Nat Turner in Jerusalem, Marni Nixon Memorial, and Taylor Mac’s A 24-Decade History of Popular Music.
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Guest: Bess Wohl
New York is set to become the first city in the country with a major municipal program geared toward helping female filmmakers and theater-makers. The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment is to announce on Thursday a new five-part initiative to promote equality behind and in front of the camera, in film and television, as well as onstage.
Lindsay’s review of Small Mouth Sounds on Maxamoo: MARCH PLAYS: SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS, LIVING HERE, PLACEBO, AND HAND TO GOD
PF: MCC’s production of All the Ways to Say I Love You @ Lucille Lortel Theater, 121 Christopher St
PF: The Encounter @ Golden Theatre, 252 West 45th Street
PF: The Trial of an American President @ The Lion Theatre, 410 West 42nd Street
JS: Nat Turner in Jerusalem @ NYTW
MP: Marni Nixon Memorial @ Playwrights Horizons
— new Sound of Musicals podcast coming this Saturday, October 8, 2016, tribute to Marni
JS: Taylor Mac’s A 24-Decade History of Popular Music @ St. Ann’s Warehouse
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