Vienna Theatre Company’s ‘Other Desert Cities’ Opens Tonight-Interviews with the Director and 3 Cast Members

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Vienna Theatre Company opens its production of Other Desert Cities tonight at The Vienna Community Center. Meet the Director and three cast members.

Director Rosemary Hartman.
Director Rosemary Hartman.

Here is Richard Durkin’s interview with Director Rosemary Hartman.

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Jessie Roberts.
Jessie Roberts.
Susan d. Garvey.
Susan d. Garvey.

Here is my interview with actors Jessie Roberts and Susan d. Garvey.

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Kathy Ohlhaber. Photo by David Segal, 2015.
Kathy Ohlhaber. Photo by David Segal, 2015.

Here is my interview with Kathy Ohlhaber.

VIENNA OTHER DESERT BANNER

Other Desert Cities plays tonight through May 3, 2015 at Vienna Theatre Company performing at The Vienna Community Center – 120 Cherry Street. SE, in Vienna, VA. Ticket information is here.

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