A podcast series where we reminisce about shows past with the artists that helped bring them to life.
"The real hopeful thing about theater and the arts, in general, is you take these painful experiences and you shape them, give them form -- and people can experience them together. You come out of an experience like this not devastated, not demolished by it, but hopefully healed or having experienced a catharsis."
JOE SPANO is an Emmy Award-winning actor currently in his 16th season as Tobias Fornell on the series “NCIS.” Joe starred for 7 years as Lt. Henry Goldblume on “Hill Street Blues.” He also starred in the series “Mercy Point,” “Amazing Grace,” “Murder One” and “NYPD Blue.” Joe has starred in 20 films made for television, guest-starred on 38 television shows, and played opposite Jane Curtin in a comedy pilot for Fox. He has appeared in 30 feature films, including “Hart’s War,” “Primal Fear,” “Apollo 13,” “American Graffiti,” “Hollywoodland,” “Fracture” and “Frost/Nixon.”
Joe's New York stage credits include the Roundabout Theatre Company production of Arthur Miller’s The Price (Tony-nominated for Best Revival). West Coast credits include multiple roles over ten seasons with Berkeley Rep, of which he is a founding member; American Buffalo, (L.A. Drama Critics’ Circle Award); School for Scandal, Speed the Plow and A Chorus of Disapproval for South Coast Rep; and Bill Cain’s Equivocation at the Geffen. At Rubicon, where he is a company member, Joe has appeared in Ancestral Voices, Shaw’s The Devil’s Disciple, Sylvia, Waiting for Godot, R. Buckminster Fuller: The History…and MYSTERY of the Universe (Ovation Award), Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Cormac McCarthy’s Sunset Limited, Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and, most recently, Heisenberg.
Episode 3 coming soon.
The Rubicon Experience © 2020
A podcast by Rubicon Theatre Company.
Created and Produced by Sandy Aichner
(Rubicon's Creative Art Director)
Intro Voice by Scott Aichner
Music by Bensound
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