MAC-HAYDN RELEASES EPISODE 2 OF IN THE MEANTIME

CHATHAM — The Mac-Haydn Theatre has released the second episode of In The Meantime, a weekly webcast series hosted by Producing Artistic Director John Saunders, as part of the Mac-Haydn Online virtual programming initiative. The episode can be found at https://youtu.be/N9vSRZAjBro.

Episode 2 features Elizabeth McGuire, choreographer for the 2019 production of Camelot, and Rob Brinkmann, last seen on the Mac-Haydn stage as Jud Fry in the 2019 production of Oklahoma!, for which he won a Berkshire Theatre Award. The two talk with Saunders about their artistic projects during quarantine, recent wedding, and experiences working at the Mac-Haydn Theatre.

As a gesture of support to the Mac-Haydn artistic community, John Saunders has announced that the Theatre will offer a 50/50 split of any donations to the Bright Future Fund that mention each episode’s guest for the week following their interview. The donation link can be found at machaydntheatre.org.

Episodes of In The Meantime premiere each Friday at 12pm on the Mac-Haydn Theatre YouTube channel. The series showcases notable Mac-Haydn alumni, discussing their artistic endeavors during quarantine as well as their past experiences working at the theatre. The Mac-Haydn Online programming initiative also includes “Mac-Haydn Mondays,” a weekly live stream from the theatre’s Instagram account (@machaydntheatre) on Mondays at 5pm.

About the Mac-Haydn Theatre

Founded in 1969, the Mac-Haydn Theatre strives to present innovative, diverse and professional musical theatre productions to the residents of Columbia County and beyond. We aim to cultivate young talent for careers in theatre and seek to provide a supportive environment for the creation of new musical theatre works.

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