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Novelist Dave King talks to Taylor Mac about Nina Simone, formative trips to San Francisco, and what it’s like to stage 24-Decade in 2017.
Gracie Hays sits down with Machine Dazzle (and his sewing machine) to talk about the punk-rock process of distilling decades into dresses
Sound designer Gareth Fry talks with Gracie Hays about bringing binaural storytelling to the stage—and his search for the perfect mosquito sound.
Curran's Kevin Sessums talks to Simon McBurney about THE ENCOUNTER.
ECLIPSED production stage manager Diane DiVita on working with director Liesl Tommy, the estrogen level of such an all-female production, the importance of mentorship, and the maternal balancing act her job demands.
Gracie Hays talks to ECLIPSED's Tony-winning Costume Designer, Clint Ramos, about finding community, conquering fear, and the uses of sandpaper
Recode Decode's Kara Swisher sits down with Alison Bechdel to discuss FUN HOME's San Francisco run and one very excited fan. Originally printed on recode.net. [PODCAST]
For the premiere of THE CURRAN[T], we talk to FUN HOME's Tony-winning book writer and lyricist Lisa Kron and its composer Jeanine Tesori.
ECLIPSED playwright and The Walking Dead star Danai Gurira talks to the Curran's editor-in-chief, Kevin Sessums, about Shakespeare, Zimbabwe and that place where her artistic juice resides.
Taylor Mac’s 24 DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC will be at the Curran this September. But Mac first stopped off at the Curran last winter ago to perform six hours of the show and talked to us about life, liberation, and Liberace.