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September 23, 2018
The Roundtable
The Roundtable
John Flansburgh - They Might Be Giants John Flansburgh from They Might Be Giants speaks with Sarah LaDuke about the bands recent exploits, near-future plans, Twitter, Portlandia, and more! TMBG are playing at The Calvin in Northampton on Thursday, March 8th.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is a playwright, television writer, and an author for Marvel Comics. Sarah LaDuke speaks with the award winning playwright about the upcoming Powerhouse reading of his play Abigail/1702.
Randy Cohen - Person Place Thing Randy Cohen is a popular humorist and Emmy award winning TV writer who has written for David Letterman, Rosie O'Donnell and Michael Moore. For twelve years he wrote "The Ethicist," a weekly column for the New York Times Magazine. Now, he is the creator and host of the new radio show, Person Place Thing - where interview subjects come prepared to talk about a person, a place, and a thing that are important to them. The show premieres on WAMC on February 17th.
Duncan Sheik Duncan Sheik is playing at Helsinki Hudson on Saturday 12/17. Here he speaks with Sarah LaDuke about Covers 80's, the American Psycho musical, and more.
Dar Williams Dar Williams is touring, playing two shows at The Iron Horse in Northampton, MA this weekend and 8th at Proctors in Schenectady, NY on December 10. Here, she joins Sarah LaDuke at The Linda to talk and play a few songs.
Zach Grenier - Man and Boy Zach Grenier is currently appearing with Frank Langella, Adam Driver, Francesca Faridany, Brian Hutchinson, Virginia Kull, and Michael Siberry in the Roundabout Theatre Company's production of Terrence Rattigan's Man and Boy, directed by Maria Aitken. Sarah LaDuke speaks with him about this show, previous Broadway credits, and his film and television work.
Powerhouse Theater - February House - Gabriel Kahane Sarah LaDuke speaks with composer/performer, Gabriel Kahane, about his new musical, February House (book by Seth Bockley). The show will be presented as a staged-reading in the Martel Theater in the Vogelstein Center for Drama and Film as part of New York Stage and Film and Vassar College's Powerhouse Theater season July 14-16.
Josh Ritter - Bright's Passage Sarah LaDuke speaks with musician, Josh Ritter, about his debut novel, Bright's Passage.
Williamstown Theatre Festival - A Streetcar Named Desire - Jessica Hecht and Sam Rockwell Sarah LaDuke speaks with Streetcar co-stars, Jessica Hecht (Blanche) and Sam Rockwell (Stanley) about their work in this production, how they choose their roles, and dancing.
Dick Van Dyke Joe speaks with the amazing, Dick Van Dyke, about his career and his new memoir, My Lucky Life In and Out of Show Business.
Adam Godley - Anything Goes Cole Porter's Anything Goes is enjoying amazing reviews for its Broadway Revival at The Stephen Sondheim Theatre. Adam Godley plays Evelyn Oakleigh in the production, which is directed and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall.
Donna Murphy - The People in the Picture Donna Murphy stars in The Roundabout Theatre Company production of the new musical, The People in the Picture. Here the two time Tony Award Winner speaks with Sarah LaDuke about working on the show which is currently in previews at Studio 54.
Brian Bedford - The Importance of Being Earnest Brian Bedford is the director and star of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest, which is currently running at The American Airlines Theatre on 42nd Street in New York City. Bedford also portrays Lady Bracknell in the production. Here he speaks with Sarah LaDuke about that show and his esteemed career.
Golda's Balcony starring Tovah Feldshuh comes to Proctors Sarah LaDuke speaks with oft nominated and award winning actress, singer, and playwright, Tovah Feldshuh, about Golda's Balcony, living and working in the moment, portraying Katherine Hepburn, and more.
Will Hermes - Fall Music Preview - Part 2 Will Hermes is a Senior Critic for Rolling Stone Magazine and contributor to NPR's All Things Considered. He's also The Roundtable's go-to music guy and he joins Sarah for a 2010 Fall Music Preview.
Will Hermes - Fall Music Preview - Part 1 Will Hermes is a Senior Critic for Rolling Stone Magazine and contributor to NPR's All Things Considered. He's also The Roundtable's go-to music guy and he joins Sarah for a 2010 Fall Music Preview.
Mark Twain House and Museum Patti Philippon, the Beatrice Fox Auerbach Chief Curator of The Mark Twain House and Museum, takes us on an audio tour of the beautiful home.
Bang on a Can Festival 2010 Sarah is joined at The Linda by Pulitzer Prize winning composer and Bang on a Can co-founder, David Lang to tell us about this year's Bang on a Can Festival at MASS MoCA. Cellist, Ashley Bathgate, and pianist, Vicky Chow, join the conversation and play live music for us.
Leon Gast - Smash His Camera Leon Gast's documentary about the controversial premier paparazzo, Ron Galella, is screening this Friday at Bearsville Theatre presented by the Woodstock Film Festival. Here, Sarah LaDuke speaks with the Academy Award winning director about the film.
Clarke Peters - The Whipping Man at Barrington Stage Clarke Peters is a Theater World Award winning actor with an esteemed stage and television career. He is appearing in Matthew Lopez's The Whipping Man at Barrington Stage.
Carol Burnett Prior to her visit to our region, Joe Donahue speaks with comedy legend Carol Burnett.
Josh Ritter - So Runs the World Away Josh Ritter's highly anticipated sixth record comes out this week. The advance reviews have been stellar. In this segment Sarah LaDuke and Josh Ritter speak at length about his career, the album, and we play several songs from So Runs the World Away as Sarah and Josh speak about them.
Billy Bragg Billy Bragg is hopping the pond to play The Newport Folk Festival on Saturday. While he's here, he's playing Northampton, MA and Albany, NY as well. Sarah LaDuke speaks to him about his current projects (music for a play), his recent work (with Beethoven), and more.