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On Air Artist Spotlight Features David Anzuelo

David is a member of Labyrinth Theater Company and Rising Phoenix Repertory.

On Air Artist Spotlight Features David Anzuelo

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Recorded at 809 Restaurant and Lounge. This episode, they are turning the spotlight on professional actor, director, martial artist and fight choreographer, David Anzuelo. David is a member of Labyrinth Theater Company and Rising Phoenix Repertory. He's also the founder of Unkle Dave's Fight House, a collective of fight and intimacy directors working to bring a unique approach to fight-choreography and sexual stage violence. For more information visit www.unkledaves.com.

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