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Katie Birenboim

Katie Birenboim

Eric Cornell, and a New Generation of Commercial Producers

Katie checks in with commercial theatre producer Eric Cornell, and they discuss transparency and multi-hyphenates in the theatre industry.

A New “Golden Age” Off-Broadway: Where Less Is More

About a month ago, Michael Paulson wrote an article for The Times about an unexpected “bright spot” in the American theatre landscape. “Broadway is struggling through a postpandemic funk, squeezed between higher production costs and lower audience numbers just as a bevy of new shows set sail into those fierce headwinds,” Paulson began. “At the same time,” […]

Let’s Dance, with Ixchel Cuellar

Katie uses her interview with Broadway dancer, Ixchel Cuellar (Mean Girls, Finding Neverland, Hamilton) to explore stage presence and the plethora of "dance shows" on Broadway today.

How Do You Solve a Problem Like Mentorship on Broadway? with Amanda Morton

Katie checks in with music director, supervisor, conductor, and pianist (Gutenberg!, The Who's Tommy, and KPOP on Broadway; Anne of Green Gables; Diary of a Wimpy Kid; Picnic at Hanging Rock), Amanda Morton.

On Bravery, with Stefanie Londino

Katie checks in with actor (National Tours of A Bronx Tale, Fiddler on the Roof, and Annie) and musician (West Side Waltz, The Voxies), Stefanie Londino.
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