NYT Names Our Dance Show One of the Most Exciting Cultural Events in NYC

Sep 5, 2014

Ira writes:

The New York Times just named our dance show one of the most exciting cultural events in NYC this fall. We're #5 in their list of 100. I wish I could say this means we're the fifth best event in NYC but it just means we're coming up soon. They're in order of date. Still: an honor! The full list is here.

Public Radio Tagger Strikes Again

Aug 25, 2014

A listener writes:

"I'm a fan of the show, ran across this in Iowa and had to share."

(We've actually gotten a couple of emails over the past few years from people seeing public radio inspired

LA County Sheriff’s Department, Then and Now

Jul 21, 2014

We aired a story in "Mind Your Own Business" about an FBI investigation of inmate abuse and corruption in LA County jails that escalated into a massive battle between the Feds and the LA Sheriff’s Department.

A Modest Proposal for Mideast Peace

Jul 15, 2014

Ira writes:

One of our contributors, Etgar Keret, just wrote this great column about what's happening now between Israel and the Palestinians. He makes a simple proposal for mideast peace that's thoughtful and surprisingly convincing.

Ira’s Dance Show Comes to NYC

Jul 8, 2014

Ira writes:

Hi everyone. The show I perform with dancers from Monica Bill Barnes & Company is coming to New York September 10th, 11th, and 12th. It’s just half a block from Broadway – Yes, I know! So close! So close! – at Town Hall on 43rd Street.

Announcing Serial

Jul 2, 2014

Ira writes:

I have exciting news today. We’re starting a new show! We’ve never done this before. It’s coming out in the fall.

Ira's Backstage Speech

Jun 25, 2014

Ira writes:

Shortly before we went onstage to do our show at BAM this month, all the performers gathered backstage for a last pre-show confab.


Jun 24, 2014
In our May 9, 2014 show "Call For Help" there was a factual error that we want to correct.

"What The Heck I Gotta Do" Video

Jun 24, 2014

Ira writes:

Hi everyone! Here’s video of the first song of our musical from this week’s show. The director was Michael Mayer, who directed Spring Awakening, Hedwig and American Idiot on Broadway. Choreography by Lorin Latarro, another Broadway veteran.