Hippodrome Interview: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Hippodrome Theater Cast Photo: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

WUFT’s Morning Edition host, Glenn Richards, speaks with two actors from the ensemble cast of the latest production at The Hippodrome: J. Molière and Nick Bublitz.

J. Molière is a Brooklyn based actress currently earning her Masters in Acting at the University of Florida. She has walked the boards with Occupy Verona, La MaMa, Target Margin Theatre, and 600 Highwaymen.

Nick Bublitz is a recent MFA Acting Graduate from the University of Florida making his Hippodrome debut.

The Hippodrome Theatre, in partnership with the UF School of Theatre and Dance, presents the Tony Award-winning play “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” on the Hippodrome main stage now through September 22, 2019. This podcast interview was recorded in August, prior to opening night.

About Glenn Richards

Glenn Richards is Operations Coordinator and local host for Morning Edition on WUFT-FM. His background includes 30+ years of radio in South Florida as an air personality, promotion director, and morning show producer (WSHE, WZTA, & WFLC). His previous education includes a Bachelor of Science in Communication from the University of Miami where he was also general manager of WVUM-FM. Upon his arrival in Gainesville in 2006 to pursue a telecommunication master’s degree at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications, he worked as an air personality at WRUF-FM (both Rock104 and Country 103.7 The Gator). One of Glenn’s passions is local music. Since 1990, he has produced and hosted local music programs in both South Florida and Gainesville, playing demos and independent releases from unsigned artists, many of whom went on to national prominence including: Marilyn Manson, Sister Hazel, For Squirrels, Matchbox 20, Saigon Kick, Mary Karlzen, Nil Lara, Hundred Waters, and more.

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