At The Table - A Play Reading Series

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An Arts podcast featuring Ned Donovan
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Rachel and Ned sit down and chat with the cast of Episodes 21-22.
Charity, a prized daughter of America's premier radical anti-gay Church, struggles with her faith and temptation after failing to convert a nice Jewish boy over Twitter.
Charity, a prized daughter of America's premier radical anti-gay Church, struggles with her faith and temptation after failing to convert a nice Jewish boy over Twitter.
Ned and Rachel continue the conversation with Diana and Diana performs excerpts from {my lingerie play} (as well as a song that was originally cut from the show).
Ned and Rachel sit down with Diana Oh, Creator of {my lingerie play} and talk about Diana's work, the NYC theater scene and more. Part 2 Diana performs excerpts from {my lingerie play}.
Ned and Rachel from (Maine and Ohio, respectively) interview Lia Romeo, Ghost Story's playwright (in New Jersey).
Lydia’s just looking for a one-night stand, and so she’s met a cute guy at a bar and brought him back to her apartment. But now things keep getting in the way. Like the fact that they could hardly be more different (she’s forty, he’s twenty-eight…
Yinz guys, Ned and Rachel sit down for a chat with Objects in Mirror's playwright Emma Wagner (Rachel also shoots Ned with a nerf gun).
Zoe and Carter, two old high school flames, take a road trip into their past...and an actual road trip from NYC to Pittsburgh. Through 90s jams, pop tarts, and countless arguments Zoe and Carter try to answer one important question: Is true love st…
Ned and Rachel sit down with Kin's playwright and discuss the play, her fellowship at Second Stage, ancestry tests and her favorite snacks.
A man who takes an ancestry test as part of his initiation into a white supremacist group gets an unsettling surprise.
A man who takes an ancestry test as part of his initiation into a white supremacist group gets an unsettling surprise.
A quick update from the team about the release of our next play Kin by Chisa Hutchinson.
Rachel and Ned sit down with Little War's playwright, Steven McCasland and discuss his play, cultural resonance and surprise, politics!
It's France, 1940. Tensions are high. The booze is flowing. War is coming. Inspired by one of the literary world's most famous scandals, Steven Carl McCasland's LITTLE WARS features Lillian Hellman, Dorothy Parker, Gertrude Stein, Agatha Christie, …
Rachel and Ned sit down with If Found, Please Call's playwright Shannon Deep and discuss her play, her process and deliberative theater.
Helena’s OCD has kept her from getting close to very many people, but when she meets chronically delinquent Joey, the two connect. As Joey's destructive behavior begins to drag down the people around him, Helena must confront her expectations for h…
Helena’s OCD has kept her from getting close to very many people, but when she meets chronically delinquent Joey, the two connect. As Joey's destructive behavior begins to drag down the people around him, Helena must confront her expectations for h…
Rachel and Ned sit down with Troop 54's playwright Justin Colombo and discuss his play, his process, being a cub scout and how funny Chekov is to Russians.
*CONTENT WARNING* This episode features extremely strong language, including terms that are historically transphobic and ableist. Be advised. If you've even been lost in the woods with two adults, five Boy Scouts, an infinite amount of coyotes a…
*CONTENT WARNING* This episode features extremely strong language, including terms that are historically transphobic and ableist. Be advised. If you've even been lost in the woods with two adults, five Boy Scouts, an infinite amount of coyotes a…
Rachel and Ned sit down with Parched's author Dustin Sullivan and discuss his play, his process, upcoming projects and all kinds of fun things in between.
In the wake of his father’s death, Daniel has put the family farm up for sale, hoping to start fresh somewhere else. It looks like an easy sell, until a series of thunderstorms passing through town leave his land bone dry. A recent O'Neill semifina…
In the wake of his father’s death, Daniel has put the family farm up for sale, hoping to start fresh somewhere else. It looks like an easy sell, until a series of thunderstorms passing through town leave his land bone dry. A recent O'Neill semifina…
A podcast that puts the listeners in a seat "At The Table" of a New York City play reading. Our hosts Ned and Rachel talk about the podcast, why they wanted to create it, and give us a special sneak peek (listen?) of a scene from our first play: If…
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Podcast Details
Started
Nov 12th, 2016
Latest Episode
Feb 20th, 2018
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
25
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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