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, Maxamoointerviews with Denisse Ambert, Gabriela Garcia and Heather Hogan ofR.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
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
We loved KPOP and we wanted to go deep analyzing it. On this episode, Diep, Liz, and Lindsay critique and compliment the latest musical sensation from Ars Nova, Ma-Yi Theater, and Woodshed Collective. Here's Diep's article on KPOP in the New York Times: Broadway Training, Gangnam Style.The Maxamoo Podcast Previews October's Theatre, (Mostly) Beyond Broadway October 4, 2017
We welcome new contributor Patty and the return of Aurin with Lindsay for a rousing discussion of three plays on stage in New York City right now: The Rape of the Sabine Women, By Grace B. Matthias by Michael Yates Crowley from Playwrights Realm. On The Shore of the Wide World by Simon Stephens at Atlantic Theater. In a Little Room by Pete McElligott at The Wild Project.Maxamoo Interviews Writer Mac Rogers, Director Jordana Williams About Radio Play STEAL THE STARS August 30, 2017
Josespeaks to Pedro de Leon who is making his Repertorio Espaol debut inBlind Spotas an undocumented immigrant who joins the Marines in order to become an American citizen. Pedro speaks about his origins, working in two languages and some of his unique skills. Josespeaks to Zulema Clares one of Repertorio Espaol's key players now starring inBlind Spotwhere she plays the mother ofan undocumented immigrant who joins the Marines in order to become an American citizen.We spoke to Zulema about her training, why she wanted to become an actress and how she became part of Repertorio.