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YOUR PROGRAM IS YOUR TICKET presents Interviews With New York Neo-Futurists, and More

YOUR PROGRAM IS YOUR TICKET presents Interviews With New York Neo-Futurists, and More

New York City based theatre podcast, Your Program Is Your Ticket, takes you behind the scenes with theatre artists from New York City, as well as national and International Artists. Award-winning playwright, Sean Chandler, hosts the podcast which features a wide range of artists. From producers, actors, lighting designers, stage managers, ushers, writers, understudy's, and directors, Sean is on a mission to give a voice to all theatre artists.

Now in its second year, Your Program Is Your Ticket (YPIYT) has interviewed upwards of 200 artists including Matthew Broderick, Charles Busch, Martin Denton, Shay Gines, David Pittu, Peggy Shaw, Carly Street, New York Neo-Futurists, Chicago's Flying Elephant Production, New York's Retro Productions, among others. Each episode features a musical intro by the hip-hop comedy group, North Coast, NYC.

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Episode 41 features the cast and creative team of the inaugural production of We The People: The Anti-Trump Musical, which Sean wrote the book for. We The People is produced by Flying Elephant Productions and will open at Stage 773 in Chicago, on Friday, January 26, 2018.

Episode 41 features Flying Elephant Productions Artistic Director and playwright, DC Cathro. The podcast includes a discussion on what it takes to start and run a new theatre company. YPIYT recommends Nevermore - The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death Of Edgar Allan Poe, by Jonathan Christenson.

Episode 40 - A hilarious mashup featuring theatre artists reciting Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star during their 2017 soundcheck.

Episode 39 features writer/director Travis Russ and composer Priscilla Holbrook of Life Jacket Theatre in New York, who discuss their new musical America Is Hard to See. YPIYT recommends Manhattan Theatre Club's stunning production of Lucy Kirkwood's The Children, now playing on Broadway.

Episode 38 features the groundbreaking New York Neo-Futurists who talk about the creation of their constantly evolving show. Plus, backstage trivia on George Balanchine's annual NYC Production of The Nutcracker. YPIYT recommends Toronto's Canada Stage Theatre Production pf Simon Stephens' Heisenberg starring Carly Street of episode 23.

Episode 37 features actor/producer David Gow who recently starred in Terrence McNally's, Where Has Tommy Flowers Gone. YPIYT recommends Sarah DeLappe's The Wolves (Lincoln Center's Mitzi Newhouse Theatre).

Episode 36 includes the (married!) team of Lance Ringel and Chuck Muckle, the writer and director of In Love With The Arrow Collar Man (Theatre 80). YPIYT recommends Anna Ziegler's The Last Match (Roundabout Theatre Company).

Episode 35 guests include the dynamic duo of Stephen Kaliski and Elizabeth Ostler, the writer and director of The Briefly Dead (59E59 Theaters). YPIYT recommends Harvey Fierstein's Theatrical Masterpiece, Torch Song.



Sean Chandler (Creator/Producer/Host) is an award-winning playwright who has been a podcast host since 2012, having co-hosted three prior shows; Lundon Calling, Lundon Calling's Empty Closet Series, and Lundon Calling's Lundon Bridge with the legendary Ace Lundon and YouTube personality Donny Winter. As a writer, Sean's work includes the solo show At The Flash which had a nearly sold-out run at the 2016 New York International Fringe Festival and took home an award for Outstanding Solo Performance. The play also won awards from Pride Films and Plays Great Gay Play and Musical Contest Winner, and played at The Dublin Gay Theatre Festival where it received an Oscar Wilde Best New Work Nomination.

Other writing credits include We The People: A Theatrical Song Cycle, Running: A New Musical, Radical Morality (Nicholl Fellowship Quarter-Finalist, Creative World Awards Semi-Finalist, PFP Great Screenplay Contest Semi-Finalist), Kissing The Frog Prince (Scriptoid Writers Challenge, All Access Screenwriters Competition & The Screenplay Festival Semi-Finalist), and The Pack (Creative World Awards Semi-Finalist). Sean resides in New York City and is a proud member of The Dramatists Guild.

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