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WHAT Presents Video Interviews from Inspicio Arts

WHAT Presents Video Interviews from Inspicio Arts





WELLFLEET HARBOR ACTORS THEATER is proud to present video interviews with dynamic people in the arts, originally created for the Inspicio Arts publication platform. The curated interviews listed below are presented in a unique multi-clip format and are available for viewing until June 15th, after which they will be replaced with a new group of inspiring video interviews.

Sponsored by The College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts at Florida International University, Inspicio Arts provides high-quality, in-depth insights into all arts disciplines.

These original video interviews are being made available through the generosity of Raymond Elman, founder and editor-in-chief of Inspicio Arts, co-founder of Provincetown Arts magazine (1985) and a former board member of WHAT.

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Photo: Raymond Elman

A Video Chat with Christopher Chisholm:  Actor, Producer, Writer, & Director


CHRISTORPHER CHISHOLM is a classically trained, award-winning actor, producer, writer and director who has spent his career in the theatre, television and film.  He has appeared in many productions at WHAT.



Photo: Raymond Elman

A Video Chat with the Multi-Faceted Jane Alexander


JANE ALEXANDER is an author, actress, and former director of the National Endowment for the Arts. She has received a Tony Award, two Emmy Awards and been nominated for four Academy Awards.  She is also a naturalist and conservationist. Alexander made her Broadway debut in 1968 in The Great White Hope and received the 1969 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress.



Photo: Raymond Elman.

A Video Chat with Eric Bogosian — Actor, Dramatist, Director, Author — But Not a Poet


ERIC BOGOSIAN (b.1953) is an Armenian-American actor, dramatist, monologuist, novelist and historian.  He grew up in Woburn, Massachusetts, setting for the book and movie A Civil Action, but left his blue-collar roots to attend the University of Chicago.

Bogosian is the author of six produced plays, including Talk Radio at the New York Shakespeare Festival, which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and subsequently adapted to film by Oliver Stone.



Photo: Raymond Elman

Tanya Bravo & the Juggerknot Theatre


TANYA BRAVO is the founder and Executive Artistic Director of Juggerknot Theatre Company, which she started in Miami in 1998. Bravo has produced over 50 shows. Most recently, she produced the critically acclaimed series “Miami Motel Stories” and “Wynwood Stories” written by playwright Juan C. Sanchez.



Photo: Raymond Elman

Playwright Juan C. Sanchez


JUAN C. SANCHEZ is a Cuban-born playwright who’s been living in Miami since he was seven years old. His work includes the immersive productions of Miami Motel Stories: Little Havana directed by Tamilla Woodard; Miami Motel Stories: MiMo directed by Mia Rovegno; Wynwood Stories directed by Tai Thompson; and Miami Motel Stories: North Beach directed by Tai Thompson — all commissioned and produced by Juggerknot Theatre Company.



Photo: Ricardo Sevilla for Artburst Miami

Christine Dolen: All the World’s Her Stage


CHRISTINE DOLEN was the Miami Herald’s theater critic from 1979 to 2015. In 1997, she was a member of the Pulitzer Prize drama jury.