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Interview, Theatre

BWW Interview: Stephen Miranda Talks THE REDEMPTION SERIES

September 22, 2016

“In addition to an emotional catharsis from watching a good story performed on stage, theatre can provide social commentary, reveal viewpoints behind an issue, and even create change on a macro-social level. THE REDEMPTION SERIES at the Landing Theatre Company delves into the delicate topics of race relations, ethnicity, and diversity through short plays from across the country directed by some of Houston’s finest theatre professionals. The production opens Thursday, September 22, 2016 at The Docks in Houston, TX.

THE REDEMPTION SERIES at the Landing Theatre Company delves into the delicate topics of race relations, ethnicity, and diversity through short plays from across the country…

I got the opportunity to ask Stephen Miranda questions surrounding the production and get his take on these hot button issues. Miranda is Landing Theatre Company’s Interim General Manager and also happens to be on of the directors working on the production…

READ THE REST OF THE INTERVIEW HERE:

http://www.broadwayworld.com/houston/article/BWW-Interview-Stephen-Miranda-Talks-THE-REDEMPTION-SERIES-20160921

Interview, Theatre

Interview: HFAC to Announce Name Change at DAMN YANKEES

April 22, 2016
Larry Luck as Joe Hardy in Damn Yankees at HFAC, Photo by Casablanca Productions

Read the entire interview on BroadwayWorld.

“There are exciting things happening at HFAC this weekend. In addition to DAMN YANKEES opening at the long-running community theatre on the northwest outskirts of Houston, the theatre is getting a name change as well. I got the opportunity to get some insight from President of the Board of Directors Julie Montgomery and Artistic Director Michael Montgomery on the changes coming to HFAC and on DAMN YANKEES.”

Interview, Theatre

Interview: Rachel Landon and Alli Villines Talk SRO’s SPEAKEASY

April 1, 2016
Speakeasy at SRO in Houston

Read the entire interview on BroadwayWorld.

“I got the opportunity to sit down with Rachel Landon and Alli Villines to discuss SRO’s SPEAKEASY. Landon has written an immersive theatre experience featuring popular 1920’s era music, roaring dance numbers and a glimpse into the end of Prohibition. SPEAKEASY is about Texas, the female owner of a Chicago speakeasy club during the Prohibition era, and the various characters that frequent the club.

Houston is bursting at the seams with talented playwrights and writers. With original works being staged at every major theatre in Houston, along with budding organizations and events like the Fade To Black Series and Cone Man Running, SRO has joined the ranks of being known for producing engaging original works. Their previous original shows or revues include productions of HEARTBREAK U.S.A. and FEELIN’ ALRIGHT…”

As originally seen on BroadwayWorld.