Live Chat with Jackson Cooper

The last time RDU on Stage interviewed Jackson Cooper, he was directing the amazing production of CAROLINE, OR CHANGE at The Justice Theater Project. Since then, he has moved to Seattle and is working with the Pacific Northwest Ballet. Hear what he has to say about one of his many passions, movie musicals, in this live chat.

Jackson Cooper aka The Cramped Critic, has appeared in such publications as Classical Voice of North America, The Public Reviews (UK), Classical Voice of North Carolina, and The Carolinian. He writes on various topics specifically musical theatre, new music, and symphonic reviews. Currently, he writes for and is a member of Conductor’s Guild and the Music Critics Association of North America (MCANA). He currently lives in Seattle and works with the Pacific Northwest Ballet.

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