© 2022 Connecticut Public

FCC Public Inspection Files:
WEDH · WEDN · WEDW · WEDY · WNPR
WPKT · WRLI-FM · WEDW-FM · Public Files Contact
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations

Live Theater Is Back

Murder for Two at the Ivoryton Playhouse opens July 8. Actors Ian Lowe (rear) and Joe Kinosian on the piano.
Photo: Joan Marcus
/
Murder for Two at the Ivoryton Playhouse opens July 8. Actors Ian Lowe (rear) and Joe Kinosian on the piano.

What does live theater look like for the rest of the 2021 season and going forward? Today, we talk with people making theater in our state. How have the last 15 months changed the way they engage with art and their audiences? Live theater is coming back, but what does back mean?  

If you’ve seen a live show recently — or you’re counting the minutes until you can, we want to hear from you.

GUESTS:

Taneisha Duggan - Artistic Producer, TheaterWorks Hartford, Connecticut (@TWHartford)
Jacqui Hubbard - Executive artistic director, Ivoryton Playhouse (@IvorytonPlayhou)
Pamme Jones -  Executive director at Ridgefield Theater Barn (@TheaterBarn)

 
 

Tags

Lucy is the Executive Producer and Host of Connecticut Public's morning talk show, 'Where We Live.' She’s a longtime public radio reporter covering several beats including immigration, juvenile justice and child welfare issues, education, veterans affairs and the military.
Robyn is the senior producer of 'Seasoned,' a show celebrating food and farms. She's food-obsessed, loves to bake, and constantly thinks about people in the food world, both nationally and locally, who have compelling stories to tell about food.
Related Content