The Intrepid Theatre Company in San Diego produces plays for all audiences. Jo Tomalin talks to Sean Yael-Cox, the company’s founding artistic director about the importance of outreach in the community, producing plays that have a message and The Thousandth Night by Carol Wolf, performed by Sean Yael-Cox.
“One Actor, 38 roles. It’s Paris, 1943. An actor has one chance at freedom before his derailed train to a concentration camp gets moving. Like Scheherazade before him, this storyteller spins the tales of The Arabian Nights as though his life depends on it–and it does.”
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