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Break a Leg is the only radio show in St. Louis where working theatre artists interview working theatre artists. The program is hosted by actor, singer and theatrical agent Deborah Sharn and by Scott Miller, New Line Theatre artistic director, playwright, composer and author of many books on theatre. For a full list of past guests, visit:

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West End Players Guild's Mr. Marmalade

Published Mon February 16
Deborah and Scott talk with director Steve Callahan and actor Todd Schaefer about West End Players Guild's production…

St. Louis Actors' Studio's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Published Mon February 9
Deborah and Scott talk with actors William Roth and Kari Ely about St. Louis Actors' Studio's production of Edward…

Jennifer Ashley Tepper, Untold Stories of Broadway

Published Mon January 26
Deborah and Scott talk with author Jennifer Ashley Tepper about her two-volume collection, Untold Stories of Broadway.

New Jewish Theatre's Imagining Madoff

Published Mon January 19
Deborah and Scott talk with artistic director Kathleen Sitzer and actor Bobby Miller about New Jewish Theatre's…

Jessica Hentoff, Circus Harmony

Published Mon January 12
Deborah and Scott talk with Jessica Hentoff about the new show from Circus Harmony. For more informaton, you can visit…

Steve Woolf, The Rep

Published Mon January 5
Deborah and Scott talk with artistic director Steve Woolf about the second half of the Rep's season, starting with…

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