Neil Pepe on “A Play Is a Poem”

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Center Theatre Group’s Artistic Director Michael Ritchie hosts “30 to Curtain,” a podcast featuring 30-minute interviews with some of the theatre artists creating work across the stages of the Ahmanson Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, and Kirk Douglas Theatre in Los Angeles.

Joining this episode of “30 to Curtain” is Neil Pepe, Artistic Director of the Atlantic Theatre Company and also the director of “A Play Is a Poem,” a new play by Ethan Coen currently making its World premiere at the Taper. He’s led the Atlantic Theatre since 1992. He’s back with Center Theatre Group, having previously directed on David Mamet’s “Two Unrelated Plays” and “Romance” and later Frank Gilroy’s “The Subject Was Roses.”

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