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Producing Artistic Director M. Bevin O'Gara

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Radio Interviews

Out of Bounds: Bevin talks with Tish Pearlman about her vision for the Kitchen


Smart People

Smart People Photos
Program
Press Release
Audience Guide
Newspaper Articles

Ithaca Journal: Jim Catalano previews the season and talks to M. Bevin O'Gara
Ithaca Journal: Jim Catalano talks to M. Bevin O'Gara about her plans for the season
Ithaca Times: Ross Haarstad sits down with M. Bevin O'Gara

Radio Interviews

WHCU Morning Newswatch: Director Summer L. Williams and local artist Michelle Berry discuss issues of the play
WHCU The Arts Beat: Producing Artistic Director M. Bevin O'Gara talks to Chris Hedden
WSKG: Producing Artistic Director M. Bevin O'Gara talks to Bill Snyder

Collaborators in Conversation

The Directors: Directors Summer L. Williams (Smart People) and Wendy Dann (Every Brilliant Thing) talk embracing the "I don't know"
The Writers: Lydia R. Diamond (Smart People) and Walt McGough (Brawler) talk beginnings, endings, and what makes a good play

Reviews

"Wildly funny, gripping and remarkably thought-provoking” - Cornell Daily Sun
“Powerhouse Performances. It’s hard not to be emotionally invested in the engaging characters” - Tompkins Weekly
“Will have you cackling aloud. Superb Performances.” - Ithaca Times



Brahman/i

Brahmani Photos
Program
Press Release
Audience Guide
Collaborators in Conversation

The Actors: Actors Aila Peck (Brahman/i) and Karl Gregory (Every Brilliant Thing) talk about the challenges of a one-person show.

Radio Interviews

WHCU Morning Newswatch: Actor Aila Peck talks to Lee Rayburn about her role as an Indian-American intersex stand-up comedian
WHCU The Arts Beat: Musician Thom Dunn talks to Chris Hedden about performing in Brahman/i, audience reactions to the play, and more.
WSKG: Aila Peck talks to Bill Snyder

 




Every Brilliant Thing

Brahmani Photos
Press Release
Audience Guide
Seating Chart
Newspaper Articles

The Ithacan: "Interactive play addresses themes of depression and suicide"
Ithaca Journal: Jim Catalano talks to Karl Gregory and Wendy Dann.

Radio Interviews

WHCU Morning Newswatch: Karl Gregory returns for Every Brilliant Thing

Collaborators in Conversation

The Actors: Actors Aila Peck (Brahman/i) and Karl Gregory (Every Brilliant Thing) talk about the challenges of a one-person show
The Directors: Directors Summer L. Williams (Smart People) and Wendy Dann (Every Brilliant Thing) talk embracing the "I don't know"

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