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Podcast: 'Your Program is Your Ticket' Releases Three Episodes Discussing New York Musical Theatre Festival, Anthropologists Theatre Company, Barry Levey's HOAXOCAUSTPodcast: 'Your Program is Your Ticket' Releases Three Episodes
Posted: Sep. 17, 2018


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Podcast: 'Your Program is Your Ticket' Hosts a Seven-Women Panel of Theatre Professionals to Discuss #MeToo Movement in the TheatrePodcast: 'Your Program is Your Ticket' Hosts Panel on #MeToo in Theatre
Posted: Jul. 2, 2018


Podcast: 'Your Program is Your Ticket' Releases Three Episodes Discussing New York Musical Theatre Festival, Anthropologists Theatre Company, Barry Levey's HOAXOCAUSTPodcast: 'Your Program is Your Ticket' Releases Three Episodes
Posted: Sep. 17, 2018


Podcast: 'Your Program is Your Ticket' Releases Three Episodes Discussing New York Musical Theatre Festival, Anthropologists Theatre Company, Barry Levey's HOAXOCAUSTPodcast: 'Your Program is Your Ticket' Releases Three Episodes Discussing New York Musical Theatre Festival, Anthropologists Theatre Company, Barry Levey's HOAXOCAUST
September 17, 2018

Award-winning playwright Sean Chandler, recently released three new interviews for his popular theatre podcast, Your Program Is Your Ticket. The interviews feature the cast and creative team of the hit - multi award winning NYMF musical, Interstate, the creative team behind Anthropologists Theatre Company's critically acclaimed production of Artemisia Intent, and playwright/actor Barry Levey on his new play Hoaxocaust.

Podcast: 'Your Program is Your Ticket' Hosts a Seven-Women Panel of Theatre Professionals to Discuss #MeToo Movement in the TheatrePodcast: 'Your Program is Your Ticket' Hosts a Seven-Women Panel of Theatre Professionals to Discuss #MeToo Movement in the Theatre
July 2, 2018

Host and creator, Sean Chandler, interviewed a seven-woman panel of theatre professionals for his popular theatre podcast, Your Program Is Your Ticket. The interview focuses on the #MeToo movement and how it affects the world of theatre.