Maine to Florida is a long way to drive in a tan Toyota Corolla.
And who knows what kind of people you might run into along the way—like light-worshipping cultists, overly-emotional poets, highway-trotting serial killers, hunch-less detectives, Edgar Allen Poe impersonators…
All these strange characters (and more) come together in the gloriously weird and funny Dead Special Crabs, written by Dan Kitrosser and directed by Wide Eyed Productions‘ Artistic Director Kristin Skye Hoffmann, who joined me for an interview after a preview performance of the show.
Listen in as Kristin, along with actors Samantha Cooper (June) and Greg Carere (Virgil), discuss writing like jazz, crying in hysterical laughter through rehearsals, working with everyone’s comedic strengths, and why produce this crazy play at this crazy time in U.S. history.
“‘…it has a bit of sentiment, in a way that doesn’t make me want to barf, which I am always excited about…’
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Wide Eyed Productions presents
Dead Special Crabs
written by Dan Kitrosser
directed by Kristin Skye Hoffmann
312 W. 36th Street, 3rd Floor
14, 15, 20, 21, 22 @ 7pm
November 23 @ 3pm followed by talkback
December 4, 5, 6 @7pm
tickets: $18, available via BrownPaperTickets
Robert Gonyo, you dulcet toned host! Thanks for posting such a great interview. Sorry I talked so much!
Are you kidding?!? You were great! Sorry I botched your name the first time out, I’ve fixed the spelling!!!