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Mark Murphy & David Sefton: Two LA Impresarios

In conversation with journalist/author Barbara Isenberg
Co-presented with the Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities, USC
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Episode Summary
Nigerian music, Mexican farce, John Updike, Lou Reed. Polish puppeteers, Belgian Butoh, Irish bards? what goes into the making of a season of groundbreaking performing arts at REDCAT and UCLA Live?

Participant(s) Bio
Mark Murphy, Executive Director of REDCAT, is an influential leader in the national and international field of contemporary performing arts, with 20 years of experience producing, presenting and developing new audiences for interdisciplinary performances. Murphy has served as Chairman of the Choreographer's Fellowship Panel for the National Endowment for the Arts, was a founding board member of the National Performance Network, an advisor to the National Dance Project, and a member of the Advisory Board for the Japan Foundation's Performing Arts Program. He is the winner of first place awards from the Society of Professional Journalists for Feature Writing and radio documentary production.