Interview: Ruth Margraff

Photo: Ruth MargraffRuth Margraff is a playwright, librettist, musician and leader of the new opera music/theater movement in America. It would be hard to top the description of her that was given by Erik Ehn on NPR:

Ruth Margraff is a performance artist who looks like Shirley Temple, sounds like Marilyn Monroe and has the mentality of Thomas Merton eating alive William S. Burroughs. She’s got a savage imagination and a very sweet affect.

In this podcast Ruth talks about her collaborations with artists such as Nikos Brisco and Fred Ho, upcoming projects, and how her extensive travels have deeply influenced her work.

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One Response to “Interview: Ruth Margraff”

  1. KadmusArts Artist News » Blog Archive » Pinning down Ruth
    November 17th, 2009 23:04
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    [...] It is hard to keep up with Ruth Margraff. Between songwriting, playwriting and performing with various bands, Ruth keeps busy. You can catch her with Fever in the Funkhouse in Dallas at Trees on November 27. Fever in the Funkhouse KadmusArts Podcast with Ruth Margraff [...]

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