Off and On: A New York Theatre podcast

Playwright/Actor/Rapper Christopher Gabriel Nuñez stops by the podcast to talk about why he decided to go to Yale for Playwriting, why he changed his hustle in order to be happy, why his plays are strongly worded arguments, writing for people who fall through the cracks. Follow him at

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Julia Cho and Nicholas Pilapil from Artists at Play stop by the podcast to talk about producing Asian American theatre in Los Angeles. Plus we chat about how to keep audiences engaged year round, why being a theatre person in L.A. matters, and their production of Carla Ching's latest play The Two Kids Who Blow Shit Up.

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Actor Jerry Richardson has performed at theatres all over the country. He stops by the podcast to talk about the balance of art and commerce as an actor, struggling with defining your "type", considered Plan B's, and wanting your family to understand your career. Follow Jerry at

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Artistic Director/Performer David Lozano stops by the podcast to talk about running a Latino theatre company in Dallas, Texas. We also talk about mask work, why the language taught at American universities can inhibit creativity, finding your audience and much more! Follow his company at

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Artistic Director/Playwright/Actor Michael Henry Harris stops by the podcast to talk about co-running a theatre for 10 years in New York. Moving to Atlanta, fearing that you were never good enough, being a father, and what he wants from theatre now. Support his theatre company Inviolet Theater at and sign up fro Second Monday Social

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