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Fall Lecture: Peter Marks, Thoughts on the Broadway and Washington Theater Scenes - Shared screen with speaker view
Cynthia Schneider
36:19
do you (Post) pay for the ticket or is it given to you?
Sheila Murawski
40:15
I’m impressed that you can still feel strong emotion after viewing so many plays, as you demonstrated recently in a review of a play about the Holocaust. How do you stay "fresh”?
Ilene Cook
45:46
One actor show?
Cynthia Schneider
50:29
how do you decide what to review?
E. Allen
50:41
thanks Peter, have you read the memoir of Mary Rodgers (daughter of Richard)? fantastic
Richard S
50:47
Daniel Radcliffe, not Daniel Craig, although I would go to see that too.
barbara bird
50:48
Where can I take a class on staging, directing, lighting, etc
Sandy Weiswasser
51:17
Do you ever return to a piece say, at the beginning and the end of a run?
garey Eakes
53:20
What has happened to the “intermission” in so many shows? And what do you think of the change?
Marianne Metz
53:22
It always amazes me how a reviewer can absorb so much about a show in just a single viewing. Do you ever get more than one?
John Bargeron
55:21
What new and experimental theater groups should we keep we keep an eye out for — groups that are still small but show promise.
Sandy Weiswasser
56:09
Do you discuss the work with your companion to get a different take?
Andrea Bridgeman
56:33
Do you dislike folks eating and drinking during a play as much as I do? How do you cope with that?
Jack Friedenthal
58:07
How does the audience reaction affect your review?
Lois Neuman
01:00:25
How do you keep from mixing up your reviews - do you keep notes during or after
Richard S
01:03:30
Are you planning on seeing Wuthering Heights at St. Ann's Warehouse? I saw it online last year, and it is
Richard S
01:03:37
phenomenal.
Cynthia Schneider
01:04:54
The problem w/ 90 minute performance is whether it is worth it to spend $150 plus for 90 minutes of possible entertainment. The coat can contribute to decreasing audiences.
Wendy Shapiro
01:09:35
Do you miss the characterizations, and conversations with Al Hirshfield if you knew him?
barbara bird
01:15:49
Great talk
Mary
01:16:00
Thank you! So fascinating!