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Talk to Paulie

By Talk to Paulie

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Description

"Talk To Paulie" Is an interview show featuring the great artists, intellectuals, thinkers and doers that give our city and our borough much of its inimitable vitality. Each half-hour episode typically focuses on a single guest, often a theatre artist, visual artist, author, intellectual, activist, outlaw, and/or ingrate — representing the whole spectrum of intense beings that make New York what it is. Interviews will often be linked to an upcoming event related to the work of the guest: say, the publication of a book, the release of an album, the opening of a film, or a theatre or art show. "Talk To Paulie" plugs its audience into cool cultural happenings that are under, over or on the radar. Tune in!

Customer Reviews

Downtown inside

Paulie Z is the perfect host for the downtown inside. I'm looking for more webcasts like the first.
Michael in Kansas

Fun and fascinating conversations between theater artists

Terrific show. I'm so glad I was turned onto this show. I particularly appreciated the conversation with CSC's artistic director.

As a largely self-taught person - too busy in school to learn much - and with lots of holes in my learning, I've been aware that my sense of western drama ran something like: THE GREEKS; yada-yada-yada; everyman; Ben Johnson; SHAKESPEARE...

Interesting that, according to the guest, "yada-yada-yada" is not too far off the mark, that theater receded for a bunch of centuries there.

I'm subscribing on iTunes, and look forward to the coming episodes.

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  • Category: Visual Arts
  • Language: English

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