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In the June 2 installment of The Recorder Report; writers Kelly Patrick Slone, and Ebony Chappel sat down with Jeffrey Page, director and choreographer of the Asante Children’s Theatre’s latest production GENIUS: To the Beat of SOUL.

Click on the audio player on the left to hear the full broadcast. 


Jeffrey L. Page is an alumnus of ACT who has gone on to work with some of the biggest names in the industry like Mariah Carey, Beyonce, and Jennifer Hudson to name a few. He’s back in Naptown currently as director and choreographer of ACT’s newest production, GENIUS. 

For more information, or to purchase tickets visit asantechildrenstheatre.org

We also had a chat with our newsroom intern Julian Wyllie about Snoop Dogg’s Roots rant and the controversy surrounding Harambe the Gorilla

Be sure to tune in every Thursday from 10AM – Noon for more of The Recorder Report! 

If you have an idea for a show topic or would like to be featured, send an email to [email protected]Include “The Recorder Report” in the subject line. 

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