Junk, Solstice Party!, Veil'd, The Elephant in Every Room I Enter

Solstice Party!, The Elephant in Every Room I Enter, Veil’d, Junk

Diep, PennyMaria, and Lindsay what we’ve seen on the stage lately: Solstice Party! by Susan Soon He Stanton from Live Source Theatre Group at A.R.T/New York Theatres (0:50) The Elephant in Every Room I Enter by Gardiner Comfort at Next Door At NYTW (10:33) Veil’d by Monet Hurst-Mendoza at Astoria Performing[…]

November & December Preview 2017

November/December 2017 Preview

We’re close to wrapping up our fourth year of podcasting. Unbelievable that this passion project has endured this long. Today we have our November and December preview with Jack, Jose, and Lindsay. Discussed are: Describe the Night by Rajiv Joseph at Atlantic Theater Company Hot Mess by Dan Rothenberg and[…]

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KPOP

We loved KPOP and we wanted to go deep analyzing it. On this episode, Diep, Liz, and Lindsay critique and compliment the latest musical sensation from Ars Nova, Ma-Yi Theater, and Woodshed Collective. Here’s Diep’s article on KPOP in the New York Times: Broadway Training, Gangnam Style. Subscribe to Maxamoo’s Theater[…]

September 2017 Review

The Rape of the Sabine Women, By Grace B. Matthias; On The Shore of the Wide World; In a Little Room

We welcome new contributor Patty and the return of Aurin with Lindsay for a rousing discussion of three plays on stage in New York City right now: The Rape of the Sabine Women, By Grace B. Matthias by Michael Yates Crowley from Playwrights Realm (2:20) On The Shore of the Wide World by[…]

Bernardo Cubria Interview

Interview with Bernardo Cubria of Neighbors: A Fair Trade Agreement

David speaks with playwright/actor/podcaster Bernardo Cubria about his play Neighbors: A Fair Trade Agreement, a coproduction of InViolet Theater and Intar through October 7, 2017 at Intar’s home on 52nd Street. Use the discount code NAFTAPOD for $15 tickets. Bernardo’s website Off and On Podcast  What Can I Do? Podcast Bad Hombres[…]

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Interview with Mac Rogers and Jordana Williams on ‘Steal the Stars’ and Making Radio Plays

An interview with author Mac Rogers and director Jordana Williams on their new radio play Steal the Stars. To listen to Steal the Stars click here. Subscribe to Maxamoo’s Theater and Performance Podcast for free on iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher. Comments? Feedback? Find us on Facebook and Twitter. We have merch! Buy it here, all proceeds go to improving the[…]

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Interview with Magie Dominic About Her Memories of Caffe Cino

  An interview with Magie Dominic, a poet, artist and memoirist who worked at Caffe Cino in the 1960s. Dominic reminisces about her first meeting with Joe Cino and talks about how the venue evolved from coffee house to the birthplace of Off-Off-Broadway. Magie Dominic’s Official Website. Subscribe to Maxamoo’s Theater and Performance[…]

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Say Something Bunny!, Ghost Light, Sweetee, Cost of Living & Streepshow!

Liz, Jose, and Lindsay discuss five new productions beyond Broadway in New York City: Say Something Bunny! by Alison S.M. Kobayashi at UNDO Project Space (00:36) Ghost Light by Zach Morris from Third Rail Projects at LCT3 (08:53) Sweetee by Gail Kriegel at Ford Foundation Studio Theatre at the Pershing Square Signature[…]

April 2017 Theater

Performeteria, CasablancaBox, The Profane, American Mill No. 2, The Terrifying

Jose, Lindsay, and new contributor Ben chat about what they’ve seen lately at the theater in New York City: Performeteria from TDF (00:58) CasablancaBox by Sara Farrington at HERE Art Center (8:42) The Profane by Zayd Dohrn at Playwrights Horizons (15:50) American Mill No. 2 by Gian Marco Lo Forte from Pioneers Go East[…]

April Theater Preview

Expecting an Awesome April

Jack, Liz, and Lindsay share what they’re looking forward to at the theater this month: Samara by Richard Maxwell with music by Steve Earle from Soho Rep (1:55) The Antipodes by Annie Baker at Signature Theatre (5:35) American Mill No. 2 by Gian Marco Lo Forte from Pioneers Go East Collective (8:50)[…]

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