Throughout the summer, Little Island will invite guests to enjoy arts and entertainment in their two dedicated performance venues. Julia Kraus, the producer of Little Island, tapped Director Tina Landau, Tap Dancer and Choreographer Ayodele Casle, Pig Pen Theater Company, and Actor, Singer and Music Director Michael McEloy as the four inaugural artists-in-residents to curate programming.
On Stage Host Frank DiLella spoke with McElroy to hear more about what he has planned. Here is an edited portion of their interview:
Frank DiLella: What does it mean to be an artist-in-residence at Little Island?
Michael McElroy: Often as artists, we are struggling not only to get out there, but to get our work seen,
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