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Downstage Center
Go in-depth with the leading artists and professionals working on stage today when you go Downstage Center. Downstage Center is the American Theatre Wing's acclaimed weekly theatrical interview program that spotlights the creative talents on Broadway, Off-Broadway, across the country and around the world, with in-depth conversations that simply can't be found anywhere else. Now in its sixth year, Downstage Center, produced in association with CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, has been featured by the Associated Press and Slate.com as the place to go for theatrical talk. New editions will be available every other Wednesday from this website, where you can listen online, download the programs or subscribe to the podcast.

Judy Kuhn
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Judy Kuhn

Judy Kuhn reflects on returning to the cast of Les Misérables 20 years after appearing in the original Broadway cast and how her perspective has changed now that she's playing Fantine, the mother of her original character Cosette; recounts her Broadway debut in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, including living through every understudy's nightmare; describes the challenges of the fabled but troubled production of Rags; explains how Chess was restructured between its London and New York debuts; and talks about her affinity for the work of songwriter Laura Nyro.

Original air date - November 9, 2007
Running Time - 48:57



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