Ep. 64: The High Cost of a Pandemic

Hear what North Carolina Theatre’s Producing Artistic Director Eric Woodall has to say about the short and long term effects of this pandemic on theater companies big and small.

About the Guest

Eric Woodall is the Producing Artistic Director of North Carolina Theatre. In addition to his NC Theatre directorial credits including GypsyMary Poppins, Jesus Christ Superstar, Steel Magnolias, Woodall has worked locally in the Triangle directing for companies like Theatre Raleigh and PlayMakers Repertory, as well as traveled the country putting his spin on shows like West Side Story, Big River, and On Golden Pond at Casa Mañana in Fort Worth, Texas and Amadeus at the Memphis Playhouse on the Square. Prior to joining NC Theatre full time in November as producing artistic director, he spent 16 years in New York City working as one of the top casting directors at Tara Rubin Casting. For more information visit: http://ericwoodall.com/.

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