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Posted: Oct. 13, 2019


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Posted: Jul. 8, 2019


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Posted: Sep. 26, 2019


Maxamoo Theater and Performance Podcast's Best & Worst of 2019, Part I
January 14, 2020

All 9 of our regular contributors have gathered: Aurin, Ben, David, Jack, Jose, Liz, Nicole, Patty, and PennyMaria! We're back together for our year-end spectacular, our annual episode in which we discuss the best and worst theater of the year.

The Maxamoo Podcast's October Review, Sensory Immersive Shows, Off-Broadway Debuts
October 13, 2019

Nicole, Ben, and newcomer Linda talk about 2 immersive shows and 2 shows Off-Broadway.

The Maxamoo Podcast Previews Fall Theatre in New York
September 26, 2019

Aurin, David, and Ben come together to talk about shows New York coming up in the next few months. Productions discussed include HALFWAY BITCHES GO STRAIGHT TO HEAVEN, FIRES IN THE MIRROR, IS THIS A ROOM, SOFT POWER, SCOTLAND, PA, THE UNDERLYING CHRIS, and more.

The Maxamoo Podcast Talks to Zulema Clares, Sandor Juan, Leyma López of FILOMENA MARTURANO at Repertorio Español
August 20, 2019

Jose talks to Zulema Clares, Sandor Juan, and Leyma López, the stars and director of Filomena Marturano: Un matrimonio a la caribeña, currently running at Repertorio Español.

The Maxamoo Podcast Previews August, September Theatre in New York
August 20, 2019

On the latest episode of the Maxamoo Theatre and Performance Podcast, Patty Devery, PennyMaria Jackson, and Jack Phillips Moore preview shows they're excited about as the summer winds down and the 2019-2020 season begins.

The Maxamoo Podcast Previews July Theatre in New York
July 8, 2019

On the latest episode of the Maxamoo Theatre and Performance Podcast, Aurin Squire, David Levy, and Diep Tran share what they're excited about for July, 2019, including (when available) how to get discounted tickets.

The Maxamoo Podcast Discusses FRUIT TRILOGY, EVERYONE'S FINE WITH VIRGINIA WOOLF, FAIRVIEW, and DESPERATE MEASURES
June 27, 2018

On the latest Maxamoo podcast, Liz, Aurin, and Jose discuss what they've seen on the stage lately, including Fruit Trilogy, Everyone's Fine with Virginia Woolf, Fairview, Desperate Measures.

The Maxamoo Podcast Chats with Pulitzer Prize Winner Nilo Cruz about his Show EXQUISITA AGONIA
June 14, 2018

Jose talks to Pulitzer Prize winner Nilo Cruz about his new play Exquisita Agonia currently running at Repertorio Español. Cruz talks about his love of words, magical realism, and crafting larger than life characters.

The Maxamoo Podcast Talks to AFTERGLOW Star Brandon Haagenson
June 1, 2018

Jose talks to Brandon Haagenson about starring in Afterglow, the Off-Broadway play that became the sleeper hit of last season. Haagenson talks about being in the show for a year, how divas help him prepare to play Josh, and shared his plans for Pride.

The Maxamoo Podcast Discusses DANCE NATION, FOLLIES, EL CREDITO, and SINGLET
May 23, 2018

On Maxamoo's New York City Theater Podcast we cut through that chaos and just tell you: what's good, what's bad, and what we recommend. Alicia, PennyMaria, and Jose on what we've seen on the stage lately.

The Maxamoo Podcast Chats with Chiara Atik about Her Play BUMP at Ensemble Studio Theatre
May 17, 2018

Jose talks to playwright Chiara Atik. Her new play Bump is currently running at Ensemble Studio Theatre, the show is a partnership between EST and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and focuses on three stories that grapple with the mystery and mechanics of birth.

The Maxamoo Podcast Discusses Immersive Works from This is Not a Theatre Company Co-Artistic Director, Erin Mee
April 18, 2018

Jose interviews Erin Mee, the co-artistic director of This Is Not a Theatre Company which specializes in immersive, site-specific theatre. Mee talks about the company's mission, workshops, and some of their most famous works including Pool Play, Cafe Play, and Subway Plays which provide audience members with the opportunity of experiencing theatre while riding the New York City subway.

The Maxamoo Podcast Discusses FEEDING THE DRAGON, THE LUCKY ONES, LEISURE LABOR LUST, and More
April 11, 2018

This week, the Maxamoo theatre podcast discusses a number of productions occurring around New York City. 

The Maxamoo Podcast Chats with Denisse Ambert, Gabriela Garcia and Heather Hogan of R.Evolucion Latina
April 4, 2018

This week, Maxamoo interviews with Denisse Ambert, Gabriela Garcia and Heather Hogan of R.Evolucion Latina. The group is an organization that utilizes the arts through educational and collaborative programming to empower the Latino community to discover their full potential. They are committed to making a difference through the arts. 

The Maxamoo Podcast Chats with Composer Joe Diebes about his New Opera, OYSTER
February 14, 2018

An interview with composer and multidisciplinary artist Joe Diebes on his new work oyster and how he's expanding the meaning of opera.

Maxamoo Contributors Gather to Discuss the Best and Worst of Theater in 2017 in Part 2 of their Year in Review
December 27, 2017

It's our annual tradition of gathering together our most frequent contributors to discuss the best and worst of the year in theater. Lindsay hosts and Patty, Aurin, Jose, Jack, Ben, Liz, and PennyMaria discuss the highs and lows in performance in New York City and beyond.

Maxamoo Contributors Gather to Discuss the Best and Worst of Theater in 2017 in Part 1 of their Year in Review
December 20, 2017

It's our annual tradition of gathering together our most frequent contributors to discuss the best and worst of the year in theater. Lindsay hosts and Patty, Aurin, Jose, Jack, Ben, Liz, and PennyMaria discuss the highs and lows in performance in New York City and beyond.

The Maxamoo Podcast Reviews JUNK, SOLSTICE PARTY! VEIL'D, and More
November 15, 2017

On the latest episode of the Maxamoo podcast, Diep, PennyMaria, and Lindsay talk about what they've seen on the stage lately, including Solstice Party!, The Elephant in Every Room I Enter, Veil'd, Junk.

The Maxamoo Podcast Previews New York's Best Theatre in November & December
November 1, 2017

We're close to wrapping up our fourth year of podcasting. Unbelievable that this passion project has endured this long. Today we have our November and December preview with Jack, Jose, and Lindsay.

The Maxamoo Podcast Reviews CURVY WIDOW, AM I DEAD?, and ANIMAL WISDOM
October 19, 2017

New contributor Patty leads the discussion with Lindsay and Liz about three very different shows running right now in New York City.



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