Off and On: A New York Theatre podcast

Luis Santiero stops by to talk about his amazing career in this buisness. He talks about gowing up in Cuba and being forced to moved when Castro took power, having his life threatened when he was a parole officer, creating and writing the first Bi-lingual show ever on TV, Que Pasa U.S.A., writing for Seasame Street for the more than 20 years, and of course his amazing life in the theatre.

Direct download: Luis_Santeiro_Final.mp3
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Matthew Paul Olmos stops by to talk about the opening of his first professional NYC play So Go The Ghosts of Mexico. But first they talk about memorizing lines from films, getting paid by kids in high school to write poems for them, the importance of opening up your social web and much more. And of course they talk about Marisol Valles Garcia, whose real life story inspired his play. For tickets

Direct download: Matt_Paul_Olmos_Final.mp3
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