EP 211: David Drake, Artistic Director Of The Provincetown Theater, talks about their very exciting and innovative upcoming season

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Join Kelli and Anne for their 211th NEW episode!

First they talk about their continued home downsizing including going through Anne’s childhood toys and Kelli’s Ebay obsession. Next Anne talks about her show coming up on April 24th in NYC at 7pm EST. There are now online streaming tickets available so people can watch from anywhere in the country. For tickets or streaming tickets go to www.annesteele.com

Their special guest is actor, activist, writer and director David Drake. He is also the artistic director at The Provincetown Theater in Provincetown, MA. He talks about his career beginning as a child actor and earning his Equity card off-Broadway replacing Charles Busch in Vampire Lesbians of Sodom at the Provincetown Playhouse. Next he chats about becoming an Obie Award-winning playwright and per­former of The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, in which he performed a year off-Broadway (Perry Street) before touring worldwide, and then shooting as a feature film. He next moved into a very successful directing career and eventually found his current home at The Provincetown Theater. He talks about the last 2 years of shift and change with covid restrictions in Ptown and how thrilled his he is for the upcoming season. For more info on tickets and all of the exciting shows that are coming up go to www.provincetowntheater.org

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