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16
May
08

Sueko interviewed by DramaBiz online

Just got word of the online video interview of Seema Sueko, artistic director of Mo’olelo Performing Arts Company (an old friend of ecoTheater). The video was compiled by DramaBiz in order to address the flood of interest their April issue’s cover story on sustainable theater has generated. Check it out.

I’m also pleased to report, of course, that Sueko was kind enough to mention ecoTheater. Her comment about the demise of my story for American Theatre, while true, has a happy ending: I recently completed an opinion essay for the magazine that will run in this year’s September issue.




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