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Jeremy Johnson interviews Maureen Keiller in this episode of "Live from the Library". 

Maureen Keiller was last seen in 33 Variations at the Lyric Stage of Boston. Other credits: Big River, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (Elliot Norton and IRNE award for Best Midsize Production), Speech and Debate (Elliot Norton Award, Best Midsize Production), Epic Proportions, Inspecting Carol (all at Lyric Stage); Nine, The Little Dog Laughed, The Women, Almost Maine, The Wild Party (SpeakEasy Stage); Car Talk:The Musical!!! (Central Square Theatre); The Sweetest Swing in Baseball (Boston Theatre Works); A Streetcar Named Desire (New Repertory Theatre); Anne of Green Gables, Ramona Quimby, Pippi Longstocking (Wheelock Family Theatre);Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune (Lyric West). Film work includes: Fever Pitch, We Pedal Uphill, My Best Friend's Girl. Television: The Makeover (Hallmark/ABC Family); Brotherhood (Showtime series); We Made America (WGBH). Maureen is a two time IRNE winner.

Direct download: LFL_One_Ep5_Keiller.mp3
Category:On on One Interview -- posted at: 7:04pm EDT

Jeremy Johnson interviews John J King in this "One on One" episode of "Live from the Library". John's most recent play is "From Denmark with Love", a James Bond/Hamlet mash-up. 

BIO: John J King is part Texan and part Tyrannosaur. He lives in Boston where he makes plays | art | music, and scares little children who thought dinosaurs were dead. He has a Bachelor of Arts from SUNY Boondocks and an accent from his mama. Goals include recording a great dance tune, making impossible things from cardboard, and singing in a girl group. 

Mission: Devoted to Creating and Spreading Delight.

Direct download: LFL_One_Ep4_King_Final.mp3
Category:On on One Interview -- posted at: 8:00am EDT

Jeremy Johnson interviews Costume Designer Molly Trainer in this "Live from the Library: One on One" coversation.

Molly Trainer (USA 829) is a Boston-based freelance costume designer for theater and media. She also creates commissioned works and provides consulting services for individuals and organizations.

In 1999 Ms. Trainer undertook a major career change to devote herself full-time to costume design, following several years designing costumes as an avocation while working in the medical industry as a specialized clinical technician, educator and Product Manager. Since then she has she has earned awards and nominations for her work, designed shows, including more than a dozen premiers and been an exhibitor for The World Stage Design Expo.

Ms Trainer has a special interest in mentoring young designers, and has been speaker, adjudicator, instructor and workshop leader for various theater organizations, colleges, and the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.

Ms Trainer earned her BS at Northeastern University, studied photography at the University of the South and design in Boston at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and The School of Fashion Design. 

Direct download: LFL_One_Ep3_Trainer_Final.mp3
Category:On on One Interview -- posted at: 8:00am EDT

Jeremy Johnson interviews Karen Perlow in this "One on One" interview. Karen is a freelance lighting designer in the greater Boston area.  In addition to working at most of the local midsized theaters, she teaching lighting design at MIT.  She is a 3-time recipient of the IRNE award for best lighting design.  As a former member of the StageSource board, she was influential in organizing the first REPA (StageSource) Job Fair. 

Direct download: LFL_One_Ep2_Perlow_Final.mp3
Category:On on One Interview -- posted at: 10:03pm EDT

Jeremy Johnson, the Member Services Manager of StageSource, debuts his "One on One" interview with this podcast. His first guest: Larry Coen. An award winning director and actor, Larry Coen has been honored with Elliot Norton awards for his productions of The Divine Sister for SpeakEasy Stage and Phantom of the Oprah for the Gold Dust Orphans.. Larry also serves as the Artistic Director of City Stage Company which provides free arts education programs and performances for low income kids and families. In addition, he is a playwright and co-wrote the Broadway comedy Epic Proportions. His most recent directing venture, the Boston premiere of Chinglish, played to full houses at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston and has garnered him a Best Director IRNE nomination.

Direct download: LFL_One_Ep1_Final.mp3
Category:On on One Interview -- posted at: 3:18pm EDT