Nature Theater of Oklahoma talks with Oskar Eustis, director of The Public Theater in New York City about leadership, ethics and idealism. How does Oskar navigate the economic disparity he encounters every day running an arts institution that has to both market itself to wealthy backers and nurture an often very impoverished community of working artists? What are the possibilities he sees in the future toward making a better, more sustainable working environment—and ultimately better art—in the American theater?
[iframe src=”http://okradio.org/post/53290791747/audio_player_iframe/oktheater/tumblr_molovuzP5k1rbb01s?audio_file=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.tumblr.com%2Faudio_file%2Foktheater%2F53290791747%2Ftumblr_molovuzP5k1rbb01s&color=white&simple=1Faudio_file%2Foktheater%2F53290791747%2Ftumblr_molovuzP5k1rbb01s&color=white&simple=1″ height=”27″ width=”207″]
To download this podcast or subscribe to OK Radio podcasts on iTunes, click here.