Dave’s Gone By Interview (4/29/04): IRIS DORBIAN

IrisDorbian4Dave Lefkowitz chats with theater journalist Iris Dorbian

Topics include: Avenue Q, Broadway, theater, Fiddler on the Roof

Segment originally aired April 29, 2004 as part of the “Dave’s Gone By” radio program hosted by Dave Lefkowitz.

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Dave’s Gone By #74 (4/29/04): FEB WOULDN’T MARCH, BUT APRIL MAY

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Featuring: Dave chats with theater critic  Iris Dorbian.  Plus: The satirical News Gone By.

host: Dave Lefkowitz
guest: theater critic Iris Dorbian

00:00:01  DAVE GOES IN
00:11:00  NEWS GONE BY
00:22:00  DAVE’S GONE CULTURAL w/ theater critic Iris Dorbian
00:54:00  DAVE GOES OUT

April 29, 2004 Playlist: “The Internet” (Avenue Q, original cast); “Do You Love Me?” (Fiddler on the Roof, original Broadway cast).

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(pictured: Iris Dorbian, Avenue Q)

Dave’s Gone By #73 (4/22/04): SINGH OUT STRONG


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host: Dave Lefkowitz

Featuring: Dave spends a day in New Jersey and attends an Indian music concert by Jagjit Singh.

00:00:01  DAVE GOES IN
00:10:00  DAVE’S DAY – A Day in NJ Seeing Jagjit Singh
00:54:00  DAVE GOES OUT
April 22, 2004 Playlist: “Minh Ki Baat,” “Bahut Pehle Se Un Qadmon Ki Aahat Jaan Lete Hain,” “Dhai Din Na Jawani Naal Chaldi,” “Sazakti Jaye Hai Rukh Se Naqab Aahista Aahista” (Jagjit & Chitra Singh).

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(pictured: Jagjit Singh, New Jersey, Indian instruments)

Dave’s Gone By #72 (4/15/04): THURSDAY’S CHILD


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host: Dave Lefkowitz
Featuring: Dave talks about his new timeslot and Goes Off on The Basics. Plus: The satirical News Gone By.

host: Dave Lefkowitz

00:00:01  DAVE GOES IN
00:17:00  DAVE GOES OFF – The Basics
00:32:00  NEWS GONE BY
00:53:00  DAVE GOES OUT
April 15, 2004 Playlist: “Thursday’s Child” (David Bowie); “Eyeball Kid” (Tom Waits), “When I Was Your Age” (Weird Al Yankovic).

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(pictured: Dave, the eye has it, and Mayor Mike — your work awaits…)