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Through in-depth conversations and curated resources for all of your curiosities, host Andrea Ambam connects you with the creatives and culture-makers who are pushing the boundaries of entertainment, diving deeper into the topics, themes, and questions ignited by today’s most acclaimed works on stage and screen. This is arts and culture journalism, conversation style!


Andrea Ambam

Andrea Ambam is a Brooklyn-based artist, actress, and playwright, whose roots sprout from Cameroon. As a politically engaged storyteller who believes in the arts' potential for movement building and transformative justice, Andrea best intersects spaces where community, performance, and truth-telling pulsate. Currently, Andrea is an Artistic Fellow at Signature Theatre, a Brooklyn Arts Exchange (BAX) Artist-In-Residence, and a PenAmerica Writing As Activism Fellow. As a performer, writer, and facilitator, she’s worked with Broadway Advocacy Coalition, Classical Theatre of Harlem/Playbill, gal-dem, Abrons Arts Center, NYU Prison Education Program, Artists’ Literacies Institute, Centre for Social Innovation, and others. Andrea has a master’s degree in Art & Public Policy from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Season 1:

Conversations Ignited by the Themes of SLAVE PLAY

In season 1, we head straight to Broadway for rich conversations with the cast and creatives of SLAVE PLAY. Written by Jeremy O. Harris and directed by Robert O’Hara, SLAVE PLAY is the most tony-nominated play in Broadway history and is often described as one of the most provocative (and controversial) plays to come to Broadway in years. Tune in to meet the people who have brought Slave Play to life, before, during, and after Broadway. You don’t want to miss this.