• Kevin Broccoli

"The Worst Thing I've Ever Seen"

Well, now that we've got your attention, we want to tell you a little bit about our brand new content on Patreon.

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One of the special projects Kevin Broccoli, our Fearless Leader, has been working on for almost a year has been a series of interviews with artists (all of whom remain anonymous) about life in the theater.

Most of these interviews tend to be on the serious side, but over the holidays, he published one that was strictly for laughs about a very unconventional production of "A Christmas Carol." You can find that interview (and previous ones) by clicking on--


The response for that interview was so overwhelming that Kevin decided it might be fun to do more interviews with a lighter tone about over-the-top theater trainwrecks from folks in the audience, behind the scenes, or in the spotlight.

These interviews are all in good fun, nothing mean or mocking, just great examples of how even the best productions can go off the rails.

But they're available only to Patreon supporters, so if you haven't signed up yet, go to https://www.patreon.com/epictheatreco and give yourself a good laugh (and even more free stuff) when you do. The first tier of support starts at just $3.50 a month, but every cent is highly appreciated.

The first interview in this series is all about a production of The Tempest that gets a little bit...uh...tempestuous.

It had us cringing (and howling) as soon as we read it.

We love being able to share something special with our biggest supporters, so go enjoy, and--


Adam Preston, Pat Rounds, and Sarah Quintiliani in "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" by Barbara Robinson, Directed by Kevin Thibault. Photo by Samantha Gaus Photography

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