Episode 414. Bob Mondello Talkback

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MondelloNational Public Radio film critic Bob Mondello joined us onstage at the Reston Center Stage on the final night of our ten-day seven-show Complete Works of the Reduced Shakespeare Company (abridged) Extravaganza. Appropriately enough, our closing performance was Completely Hollywood (abridged), and Bob squandered some of his credibility by discussing our work so intelligently and moderating a lively post-show Q&A. Featuring the dangers of not breathing during the Conti Beat, similarities to the Toronto Film Festival, stealing from the best, the perils of similar introductions, taking audience intelligence for granted, and pandering, pandering, pandering! (Length 26:00)

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