Presenting the second episode of The Show That Goes Like This, an occasional podcast from Theaterboy.net.
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In this edition: Stephen Wadsworth directs classical theater and opera -- from Wagner to Wilde and Handel to Marivaux -- for companies all over the world. Now he’s brought his celebrated translation of Moliere’s Don Juan to the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington. (Production assistance graciously provided by WETA's Around Town.)
Plus: A guest appearance by Dr. Hottie, and on the Eleven O’Clock Number, some extracts from Evita that even Andrew Lloyd Webber might regret.