We initiate a new feature this week: A series of podcasts interviews produced by Arts Radio Network featuring Florida Theater On Stage’s Bill Hirschman interviewing region theater figures in Palm Beach County. While some interviews are tied to upcoming or current projects, each tries to dig deeper into the rich South Florida theater scene. The production is engineered by Arts Radio co-founder John C. Watts. It is also available at http://artsradionetwork.com/
This week’s entry features Patrick Fitzwater and Matthew Korinko, co-founders of the fledgling Slow Burn Theatre Company notable for doing musicals in West Boca Raton that few other companies would attempt.
Among their topics is how they choose their work, how they do large-scale shows with small budget, using local talent, why they don’t try to be Carbonell eligible. And working a sausage cart at the Marlins game.
Past shows are archived:
–Director BT Nicholl and musical director Alexander Rolvang talk about the challenge of re-doing the familiar Cabaret at Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Click here.
–Part 1 of interview with William Hayes and Sue Ellen Beryl of Palm Beach Dramaworks. Click here.
–Part 2 of interview with William Hayes and Sue Ellen Beryl of Palm Beach Dramaworks. Click here.