Two Very Different People Find Their Common Ground
| January 29, 2019
Kitchen Theatre presents Jen Silverman’s play ‘The Roommate’. Director Caitlin Lowans joins us to talk about this new play, and how she came to Ithaca to direct it, and how directing a play with only two characters becomes a collaborative effort.
Photo credit: Kitchen Theatre
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