Interview: Anne Galjour

Anne GaljourNationally recognized playwright and actress Anne Galjour draws on her Cajun roots in her gripping one-woman plays. She creates vivid characters and bracing narratives in her solo performances, which include Hurricane and Alligator Tales. Her talents have been recognized with multiple awards, including the American Theatre Critics Association Osborn Award, and the Will Glickman Playwriting Award.

In this podcast we talk with Anne about her most recent piece You can’t get there from Here, which deals with the still-taboo issue of class in America.

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One Response to “Interview: Anne Galjour”

  1. Ted Jambon
    January 21st, 2009 10:35

    Anne, Attend “Okra” in Lockport last week and thoroughly enjoyed the storyline and the performances. Good to learn that someone from the bayou is nationally recognized. Perry Martin did a great job directing, and Lois Duet, Michelle Becnel, Jana Cheramie, Dan Salvatura and Tory Andrus were great. The audience was in stitches throughout the performance. My wife, who does not speak French was a little intimidated that the dialogue would be over her head. I think she was the one laughing the loudest!

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