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You Can't Say That: Kelley Girod Part 2

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Release Date: 06/13/2020

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This episode: Brooklyn Bridge, Fort Tryon Park, Herbert Von King Park. While The New York Neo-Futurists are social distancing just like you, our on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art for you continues! Content warnings in the full show notes.

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36 Camp show art 36 Camp

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This episode: camp counselors, acting lessons, artist statements. While The New York Neo-Futurists are social distancing just like you, our on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art for you continues!

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35 Together, Apart show art 35 Together, Apart

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This episode: experiments, dads, boats. While The New York Neo-Futurists are social distancing just like you, our on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art for you continues! Content warnings in the full show notes.

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This episode: sheep stories, rhyming raps, bedtime bummers. While The New York Neo-Futurists are social distancing just like you, our on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art for you continues! Content warnings in the full show notes.

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33 Are We Having Fun? show art 33 Are We Having Fun?

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This episode: existential, high, reminiscent, and crunchy. While The New York Neo-Futurists are social distancing just like you, our on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art for you continues!

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32 Now Sounds show art 32 Now Sounds

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This week: sound trucks, empty bars, corona rhymes. While The New York Neo-Futurists are social distancing just like you, our on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art for you continues!

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31 Historical Futures show art 31 Historical Futures

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This week: taxes, survival, friendship. While The New York Neo-Futurists are social distancing just like you, our on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art for you continues! Content warnings in the full show notes.

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30 Back and Forth show art 30 Back and Forth

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This week: immigration, telephones, late night feels. While The New York Neo-Futurists are social distancing just like you, our on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art for you continues!

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This week: Q&As, ferry rides, and sick beats. While The New York Neo-Futurists are social distancing just like you, our on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art for you continues!

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28 Save for Now//Save for Later show art 28 Save for Now//Save for Later

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This week: swearing, boxing, hugging, following. While The New York Neo-Futurists are social distancing just like you, our on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art for you continues!

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In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, we here at the New York Neo-Futurists are taking a moment of pause – to deeply pay attention to the voices of our community that are asking us to listen, and to activate our roles in refusing to tune out. 

 

Instead of this week’s regular episodes of Hit Play, we're featuring Part 2 of an episode of You Can’t Say That, courtesy of the Broadway Podcast Network and Tonya Pinkins. Take a listen, subscribe to, and share their work. BPN.fm/YCST 

 

On this show, Tony award winner Tonya Pinkins, has conversations with theatre-makers. Her guest on this episode is Kelley Nicole Girod, the founder and Executive Producing Director of Obie Award winning, The Fire This Time Festival, that also happens at The Kraine Theater – our shared theater home.

 

You Can't Say That is produced by Dori Berinstein, edited by Alan Seales, music by Anthony Norman. The show is a proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network.

 

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Hit Play is produced by Anthony Sertel Dean, Julia Melfi, and Léah Miller

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