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Katie Birenboim

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Getting on My Soapbox, with the Help of Dancer Alexander Quetell

Katie uses her discussion with dancer Alexander Quetell, who moved from the United States to Germany to dance with Gartnerplatz in Munich, to explore the ways that the arts are supported, or not, by the government.

The Changing of the (Arts) Guard, with Sophie Blue

Katie checks in on the thesis of her show, that the multi-hyphenate artist represents the future of the industry, by interviewing a "Gen Z" dancer, choreographer, arts administrator, and graduate school classmate.

“It Won’t Get Better Than This”: On the Front Lines of Theatre Journalism with...

Katie explores what it means to be in "theatre journalism" with former Broadway dancer and NY1 "On Stage" producer, executive producer and director of Reopening: the Broadway Revival, and owner of production company, Ordinary Sunday, Cody Williams.

In and Out of the Weeds of Arts Marketing with Jane Whitty

Katie and Jane Whitty, senior consultant for the premier digital arts marketing consulting firm, Capacity Interactive, get granular and big picture about arts marketing, segmentation, reaching a broader audience, "churn rate," and how all of these themes surprisingly interact with politics and Big Tech.

“You Have to Just Run”: Peterson Townsend on Pressure, Variety, and Achievement in the...

I discuss the pressures of performance, the connection between running and theatre, community and fellowship, mysticism and superstition, and more with actor Peterson Townsend.