Creative Conversations

Join CEO/Producing Artistic Director, Stephanie Gularte and special guests in a series of virtual community roundtables about live theatre during the pandemic and beyond.

Live 30-Minute Zoom Conversations on Mondays at 6 p.m.

June 8: Staging a Creative Comeback

June 15: A City of the Arts

June 22: Sharing Space and Staying Safe

June 29: Prelude to a New Season

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If you are not yet an American Stage subscriber or donor, we suggest a donation of  $10/conversation or $30 for the entire series. For more information, please email virtual@americanstage.org

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    SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF By Terry Teachout
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