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City Speaks Episode 16 — Martin Giles and Helena Ruoti, City Theatre Performers

#16 – Martin Giles and Helena Ruoti, City Theatre Performers

/ By Kim Palmiero

This week on City Speaks, we sit down with Martin Giles, a Pittsburgh based actor, teacher, and City Theatre performer, and Helene Ruoti (Irene), a fellow City theatre and Pittsburgh Public Theatre performer.

Postindustrial, City Speaks Episode 15: Sharon Eberson, Theater/Pop Culture Writer

#15 – Sharon Eberson, Theater/Pop Culture Writer

/ By Kim Palmiero

This week on City Speaks, Director of New Play Development Clare Drobot sits down with Sharon Eberson, online features editor, theater critic, and arts and pop culture reporter for the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.

Postindustrial, City Theatre City Speaks Episode 9: Dwayne Washington and Avery Glymph, One Night in Miami

#9 – Dwayne Washington and Avery Glymph, One Night in Miami

/ By Kim Palmiero

On this week’s City Speaks podcast, Pittsburgh City Theatre’s Director of New Play Development, Clare Drobot, speaks with Dwayne Washington and Avery Glyph, two of the actors from One Night in Miami, which runs at City Theatre on Pittsburgh’s Southside through Dec. 1.

Postindustrial, City Theatre City Speaks Episode 8: Dominique Fawn Hill, One Night in Miami

#8 – Dominique Fawn Hill, One Night in Miami

/ By Kim Palmiero

On today’s CitySpeaks podcast, Clare talks with costume designer DOMINIQUE FAWN HILL, whose regional design credits include: “School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play” at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre; “Pipeline” at Pittsburgh City Theatre Company; and “Julius Caesar” at Asolo Rep. She has her MFA from the University of California, San Diego.

Postindustrial, City Theatre CitySpeaks, #7 Reginald L. Douglas, One Night In Miami

#7 – Reginald L. Douglas, One Night In Miami

/ By Kim Palmiero

Pittsburgh City Theatre’s CitySpeaks podcast features Reginald L. Douglas, who joined City Theatre as director in March 2015 and line-produces, helps curate, and directs in the theater’s six-show season.

Postindustrial Audio, City Theatre CitySpeaks, #6 6: Josiah Gilliam of My Brother's Keeper

#6 – Josiah Gilliam of My Brother’s Keeper

/ By Kim Palmiero

Today’s CitySpeaks podcast features Josiah Gilliam, My Brother’s Keeper Coordinator for the City of Pittsburgh. MBK enhances opportunity and outcomes for black men and boys in areas such as literacy, mentoring, workforce development, and violence prevention. Josiah is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and lives in East Liberty.

Postindustrial Audio, City Theatre CitySpeaks, Cambodian Rock Band, #4 – Senon Williams

#4 – Senon Williams

/ By Kim Palmiero

On this week’s CitySpeaks podcast, Pittsburgh City Theatre’s Director of New Play Development, Clare Drobot, speaks with Senon Williams, bassist of the Cambodian surf rock band Dengue Fever, whose music helps to build the backdrop of Cambodian Rock Band.

Postindustrial, City Theatre CitySpeaks, #3 Lauren Yee

#3 – Lauren Yee

/ By Kim Palmiero

Episode 3 of City Theatre’s CitySpeaks podcast features City Theatre’s Clare Drobot in conversation with Lauren Yee, whose play, Cambodian Rock Band, with music by Dengue Fever, premiered at South Coast Rep. and is now at City Theatre on Pittsburgh’s Southside.

Postindustrial, City Theatre CitySpeaks, #2 Marti Lyons

#2 – Marti Lyons

/ By Kim Palmiero

Introducing the Pittsburgh City Theatre’s inaugural CitySpeaks podcast all about the making of Cambodian Rock Band. Â Part thrilling new play, part electrifying rock concert, Cambodian Rock Band is an epic tale of family, love, and heritage featuring the Cambodian surf rock music of Dengue Fever. This podcast is all about how the show came together with stories from the people who know it best. Today’s episode is with Director Marti Lyons.

Postindustrial Audio, City Theatre CitySpeaks, Cambodian Rock Band, #1 – Marc Masterson

#1 – Marc Masterson

/ By Kim Palmiero

Today’s episode is with Cambodian Rock Band, Artistic Director Marc Masterson. This podcast is all about how the show came together with stories from the people who know it best. Part thrilling new play, part electrifying rock concert, Cambodian Rock Band is an epic tale of family, love, and heritage featuring the Cambodian surf rock music of Dengue Fever. Introducing the Pittsburgh City Theatre’s inaugural CitySpeaks podcast all about the making of Cambodian Rock Band.

Postindustrial Audio, City Theatre CitySpeaks, Cambodian Rock Band

Preview Episode

/ By Kim Palmiero

Introducing the Pittsburgh City Theatre’s inaugural CitySpeaks podcast all about the making of Cambodian Rock Band. Part thrilling new play, part electrifying rock concert, Cambodian Rock Band is an epic tale of family, love, and heritage featuring the Cambodian surf rock music of Dengue Fever. This podcast is all about how the show came together with stories from the people who know it best. Stay tuned for episode 1, dropping on September 6, 2019.

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