Eric Ulloa is Coming to The Drag
America's favorite bi-weekly digital talk show is back this Saturday night with our Artistic Director Kevin Broccoli talking to special guest Eric Ulloa.
Eric Ulloa is a 2020 American Theatre Wing Jonathan Larson Grant Finalist and a 2020 Kleban Prize Award Finalist. He's the author of “26 Pebbles,” which had its world premiere at The Human Race Theatre Company. The play was featured in American Theatre Magazine, The NY Times and won the Kennedy Center Citizen Artist Award for 2017. “26 Pebbles” was named one of the Top Ten Plays of 2017 by Samuel French and one of the top produced plays nationally of 2018. Eric is the librettist of the musical, “Passing Through,” which had its World Premiere at Goodspeed Musicals in Summer 2019 and the writing assistant to Oscar Winner Alex Dinelaris on his upcoming screen adaptation of Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse’s “Jekyll and Hyde: The Musical." He's the book writer of the musical “Molly Sweeney,” based on the play by Brian Friel, which was a part of the Bay Street Theatre 2017 Festival of New Works and the author of the play “Reindeer Sessions.”
Eric is the host and creator of the “Do You Hear the People Sing: A Theatre Person’s Guide to Saving Democracy” podcast.
On the other side of the footlights, Eric was in the Original Broadway Company of “On Your Feet: The Story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan.” He's appeared on The 2016 Tony Awards, The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and A Capital Fourth.
"The Drag" is live this Saturday, August 30th @ 7pm on the Epic Theatre Company Facebook Page (www.Facebook.com/EpicTheatreCo) followed by "Down to Business" with Daria-Lyric Monatquila on our Instagram (@EpicTheatreCo).
Tonight, we've got "Checking In" with Angelique Dina on Instagram (a special late night show) with the one-and-only Jackie Aguirre and on "Midnight Monologues," Kevin has Maria Hendricks performing a brand new monologue and talking about all things creative and inspiring.
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