#506 – How to Award Ensembles (feat. Eva Price)

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Eva Price is a Tony Award-winning producer for her work spearheading the recent Broadway revival of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! Originally conceived for a cast of principals and chorus, this revival directed by Daniel Fish did away with the show’s traditional chorus and made an ensemble of twelve leading characters. Eva is also one of the lead producers of Jagged Little Pill, a musical with a chorus of 13 performers that work as the conscious of the show’s leading characters. She recently joined me to talk about these two different kinds of ensemble – and how in the commercial Broadway theatre, awards for performances are the kind of thing that can make or break a show’s life. Here’s our conversation…


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