Monthly Archives: June 2014

Interview with Bob Katz

Interview with Bob Katz

Bob Katz, “The Folk Punk Woody Allen”, and his rascally mangos present “Quasimango, the Lunchbox of Notre Dame”, a one-man, ten-mango musical, in which our hero, a deformed mango, strives to win the affection of Notre Dame Fighting Irish cheerleader Esmeralda Kelly. As Esmeralda is traded to the never-winning Columbia University Lions, Quasi follows her… Continue Reading

Interview with Catherine Hanna about “The City”

Interview with Catherine Hanna about “The City”

“The City” is an immersive performance experience that examines how New Yorkers connect and disconnect in the city.  The performance moves through realistic and symbolic theatrical scenes enhanced by film, dance, music poetry, beat-box, photography and design. The Playbill Collector (TPC): Who created the concept? Catherine Hanna (CH): Catherine Hanna and Jamie Roach TPC: How… Continue Reading

Spamalot at Moonlight  Amphitheatre

Spamalot at Moonlight Amphitheatre

If you are a Monty Python fan, you must see SPAMALOT at Moonlight Amphitheatre!  This cheeky comedy is sure to make your belly hurt from laughing.  SPAMALOT tells of King Arthur and his knights of the round table.  They head out on a quest for the holy grail and encounter many funny characters and objects… Continue Reading

Interview with actress, Julie Johnson

Interview with actress, Julie Johnson

Julie Johnson is currently playing Edie in the new musical CHASING THE SONG at La Jolla Playhouse.  We had a lovely phone conversation about the process.  Her Southern charm and kindness was infectious.  I can’t wait to see her on stage soon! The Playbill Collector (TPC): What was the process for getting started in CHASING… Continue Reading