San Diego Repertory Theatre Podcast
In keeping step with our mission statement, we continue to find new ways to "feed the curious soul". This is the place where you can keep pace with our signature Surround Events. Just in case you could not make it in person, we have preserved these great conversations and interviews for listening at your leisure.
Sam’s Salon: An Insider’s Guide to All Things Korean: The Good, The Bad, The Spicy
Thursday, January 31, 2019
Korean culture is complex, rich and a touch mysterious. Learn surprising truths about Korea in a conversation hosted by REP Artistic Director Sam Woodhouse. Joining Sam will be Pacific Arts Movement Founder and former 10News Anchor Lee Ann Kim, Vice President of the Korean American Coalition of San Diego Justin Paik and Founder and President of the House of Korea Jung Joo Hwang.
Talkin’ Theatre with Todd: Asian American Theatre on the Rise.
Thursday, January 24, 2019
Fresh and exciting new work from Asian American playwrights is alive on stages across America. Here is your chance to hear from those on the vanguard. Join REP Associate Artistic Director Todd Salovey for an illuminating discussion about contemporary Asian theatre. Guests: Playwright Thelma Virata De Castro, Director of Production and Casting at East West Players Andy Lowe and actress, playwright, UCSD professor and former President of San Diego Asian American Repertory Theatre Dr. Elise Kim Prosser.
Sam’s Salon for A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2
Thursday, November 29, 2018
Talkin’ Theatre with Todd: Why do we still like classical plays?
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Sam’s Salon event for ACTUALLY: ‘Nothing But the Truth’
Thursday, October 18, 2018
Talkin' Theatre With Todd: Interview with playwright Robert Askins
Thursday, October 19, 2017
Just where in the h@#% did the idea for a play set in a puppet ministry workshop in the basement of a Lutheran church in Cypress come from? Find out the answer(s) and much more when REP Associate Artistic Director TODD SALOVEY interviews Hand to God playwright ROBERT ASKINS. The author of the most produced play in America is a special writer and a special personality.