[podcast] Theatre Exile’s safe word is #SMOKE

Republished by kind permission from REP Radio

On today’s podcast, I talk way too much in the presence of admirable creative artists. I head over to Studio X to chat with Deb Block about the production of SMOKE by Kim Davies (Pronounced DAVIS). We begin with the energy of live theater and work our way through without giving away the story. Stay Tuned!

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ABOUT SMOKE

John and Julie meet at kink party in New York City. She’s an aspiring college dropout and he a jaded wannabe artist—they instantly connect. With desires exposed, knives out and sex an open-ended question; a playful game of cat and mouse heats up and becomes a dangerous struggle for power that pushes them further than they’d ever thought they’d go. [Studio X, 1340 S. 13th Street] February 18-March 13, 2016; theatreexile.org.

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Darnelle Radford for REP Radio

Darnelle is the founder and producing artistic director of Represented. REP RADIO has produced over 350 interviews featuring theater artists in Philadelphia and New York. Now in our sixth season, REP RADIO operates under the umbrella of Local R.E.P.