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Go See a Show!

By Robert A. K. Gonyo

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The “Go See a Show!” podcast is the only podcast dedicated to the independent, off-off-Broadway theatre scene in New York City. Episodes feature interviews with artists making theatre in NYC, discussing the ideas and process behind their work.

Customer Reviews

Finally a window into a world that doesn't get real press attention

It's so hard to learn about the indie theatre scene. There's a lot of crap out there and these guys help the cream rise to the top. Informative with occasional nuggets of humor this has become one of the podcasts I look forward to every week.

An Important Chronicle of Indie Theater!

Such a wonderful podcast. Mr. Gonyo deserves immense thanks for chronicling independent NY theatre, and providing us with a record of plays that don't necessarily have the budget to stay on the radar.

Robert gets it!

Only discovered this podcast recently and one of the things I really love about it is the way that Robert is so dedicated to diving into the ideas and stories behind the shows. So much of the conversation about indie (or off-off-Broadway or downtown or whatever your preferred nomenclature may be) theatre in New York is inside-baseball about the process of putting the show up or faux-celebrity interviews with emerging artists, but Robert focuses on the work itself. He pays the indie theatre community the ultimate compliment: treating the stories we tell as worth engaging with and talking about. And in the process he does a wonderful service for would-be audience members, helping them to discover shows that are rich in story and idea but may be poor in the marketing department and so might otherwise go overlooked.

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