Twins Talk Theatre

Twins Cynthia Hennon Marino and Stacy Hennon Stone host a weekly podcast talking to the people behind the curtains. Take a trip back stage to learn what it takes to put on a production: design process, music study and execution, paperwork, meetings, management, unions, and all the excitement backstage that the audience doesn’t get to see. Enjoy the show!

073 - Karyn Lawrence

February 22nd, 2019

073_-_Karyn_Lawrence.jpgKaryn Lawrence is a busy lady. She does from 3-4 lighting designs per month for most of the months. During the Halloween season she works with Radiant Lighting to design the lights for Universal Studios Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights mazes and scare zones. She also teaches at Cal-State L.A. and mentors at University of Southern California. Thank you Karyn for teaching the next generation of designers and theatre lovers!

To learn more about Karyn, visit her website at




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072 - Beth Kennedy

February 14th, 2019

Beth Kennedy can be seen both on stage and on screen. The arts run in her family. She is the oldest of 9 kids, most of whom have an inclination towards the arts, and her mom even started an acting career after raising them all!  Beth received her MFA in Acting from CalArts School of Theater and soon after that, joined Matt Walker and where she can be seen both  on stage and backstage as the production manager. Make sure to catch their next show in May, "Julius Weezer" where they mash up the classic Shakespeare show with Weezer music! Stacy Stone is the Technical Director!

To learn more about the Troubadour Theatre Company, visit their web site at:  



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071 - Tláloc Miguel López-Watermann

February 8th, 2019

Tláloc Miguel López-Watermann has a unique education and history as a lighting designer, he spent 4 months as a lighting intern at the Deutsche Oper Berlin while in undergrad! Check out this week's podcast to learn why they have 60+ electricians per venue, how there is still tension between the east and the west, and how new shows are created without a lighting designer.

To find out more about Tlaloc and his company, check out



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070 - Nate Rufus Edelman

February 1st, 2019

Our first interview with a Playwright! This week we speak with Nate Rufus Edelman about how long it takes for him to create a play from the ground up, how the script itself is alive and constantly changing, and how he loves being in rehearsal with directors, designers and performers.

If you would like more information regarding one of Nate's plays, please email him at


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