Casual, yet serious-minded conversations with theatre's best and brightest.
Special Episode: Scene Change, With Author Alan Harrison
Katie checks in with former actor and director, arts manager (Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Arts West), and author, Alan Harrison, on his new book, Scene Change: Why Today's Non-Profit Arts Organizations Have to Stop Producing Art and Start Producing Impact.
Episode 74: Julia Nicole Hunter
Katie checks in with actor and singer (Annie National Tour, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Burn the Floor, Walnut Street Theatre), Julia Nicole Hunter.
Episode 73: Livvy Marcus
Katie checks in with actor (Life After, The Griswolds' Broadway Vacation) and singer/songwriter (Morninglory music), Livvy Marcus.
Special Episode: Jesse Green on Shy: the Alarmingly Outspoken Memoirs of Mary Rodgers
Katie discusses Shy: the Alarmingly Outspoken Memoirs of Mary Rodgers (available everywhere) with its co-author, and Chief Theatre Critic for The New York Times, Jesse Green.
Episode 72: Patti Wilcox
Katie checks in with NAACP and Fred Astaire award-winning Broadway choreographer (Motown the Musical, A Night with Janis Joplin, Annie National Tour), Patti Wilcox.
Episode 71: Paul Felten
Katie checks in with screenwriter and director (Francophrenia (or: Don't Kill Me, I Know Where the Baby Is), Burn Country, and Slow Machine -- Rotterdam, Viennale, and New York Film Festivals), Paul Felten.
Better than CATS
Katie is the best and this pod is fantastic! She is able to showcase an eclectic mix of artists and scholars in a casual and accessible way. For anyone interested in theater/the NYC art scene, this pod is a must!
Smart, witty host with incredible guests!
I love Call Time-Katie is such a natural and talented interviewer, and does an incredible job connecting her audience to her talented guests. Would recommend!
Interesting and informative!
Your episodes are always great—-wonderful guests and terrific questions! Always amazed at how thoughtful and articulate you and your guest are! Great listening—-keep it up!!!