On tap this week is my friend, Richard Stockton Rand, actor, director, choreographer, writer, and Professor and Coordinator of Undergraduate Theatre Studies in the Department of Theatre at Purdue University, where he specializes in acting and movement.
Rich was previously my guest on ART TAP for episode 006 – so you can go back and listen to that for our earlier conversation. We discuss the upcoming production of “Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches” by Tony Kushner he’s directing for Purdue Theatre. And we address the challenges faced during the AIDS crisis, as well as the continuing challenge of awareness we face today for the crisis and its societal effects.
For information and tickets to “Angels in America” go to: https://cla.purdue.edu/academic/rueffschool/theatre/Tickets/angels-in-america.html
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