#220 – Doubletapped (feat. Felicia Fitzpatrick)

#220 – Doubletapped (feat. Felicia Fitzpatrick)

As a capstone to the interviews we’ve had with actors on social media, I wanted to get some broader perspective on social media trends in the Broadway space. That’s why I called my friend and colleague, Felicia Fitzpatrick. She is Director of Social Media and Creative Strategy of Playbill, a well as producer and host of her own very-fine podcast “Call and Response,” which explores the intersection of blackness and performing arts.

#152 – Doubletapped (feat. DeMarius Copes)

#152 – Doubletapped (feat. DeMarius Copes)

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#150 – Doubletapped (feat. Amber Ardolino)

#150 – Doubletapped (feat. Amber Ardolino)

Doubletapped features candid, one-on-one interviews with Broadway actors about authenticity on social media. These are questions that any user of social media platforms grapples with – sometimes consciously, sometimes subconsciously. However this balance is particularly interesting for actors, who are used to sharing versions of themselves in a public space. 

#134 – Doubletapped (feat. Olivia Puckett)

#134 – Doubletapped (feat. Olivia Puckett)

Doubletapped features candid, one-on-one interviews with Broadway actors about authenticity on social media. These are questions that any user of social media platforms grapples with – sometimes consciously, sometimes subconsciously. However this balance is particularly interesting for actors, who are used to sharing versions of themselves in a public space. 

#133 – Doubletapped (feat. Gerard Canonico)

#133 – Doubletapped (feat. Gerard Canonico)

Doubletapped features candid, one-on-one interviews with Broadway actors about authenticity on social media. These are questions that any user of social media platforms grapples with – sometimes consciously, sometimes subconsciously. However this balance is particularly interesting for actors, who are used to sharing versions of themselves in a public space. 

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