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Arts Alive! podcast: Tampa Repertory Theatre

Bill DeYoung

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The University of South Florida Studio Theatre, located on the Tampa campus, is a small auditorium – less than 100 seats – but there’s a big show in there this weekend .

It’s All My Sons, Arthur Miller’s riveting post-World War II drama, in a production by the Tampa Repertory Theatre, which made its bones by giving life to sweeping dramatic classics.

All My Sons, which ends with Sunday’s 3 p.m. performance, is the third and final production of Tampa Rep’s 2022-23 season; it follows The Elephant Man and A Doll’s House, Part 2. Serious stuff.

Still, there are more than a few laughs in today’s Arts Alive! podcast, which features actors (and Tampa Rep co-founders) Emilia Sargent and Ned Averill-Snell. They’re both in the cast of All My Sons; Sargent is the company’s executive director.

The conversations revolve around Miller’s text, and the play’s anti-hero Joe Keller; we also talk about the origins of Tampa Rep, its late co-founder and visionary C. David Frankel, and hopes for the future, including the possibility – nay, probability – of a permanent home for Tampa’s preeminent “gypsy” company.

All My Sons tickets here.

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