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This week Ann talks to actor amd podcaster Clifton Duncan.
- Clifton Duncan’s IMDb page here.
- Follow Clifton on Twitter here: @cliftonaduncan
- Clifton’s substack, The State of the Arts
- New York Times, 2018: Review: An Anthology of B-List Broadway in ‘Hey, Look Me Over!’“
“There are remarkable performances along the way, especially from Clifton Duncan singing the rangy arias of “Greenwillow” and Bebe Neuwirth snarling Elaine Stritch’s songs from “Sail Away.”
- The New York Times, 2010: Chicanery Abounds in a New ‘All’s Well’
“As Bertram, Clifton Duncan takes callowness and insensitivity to a new level while beguiling one and all with his sheepish grin. Only when his mother, the Countess of Rossillion, played elegantly by Tamara Tunie, slaps his face in disgust does he register horror at his actions. Why sweet Helena chose this creep remains a mystery.»
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