In Focus: David Ira Goldstein

Ted Simons sits down with Arizona Theatre Company’s longtime artistic director, David Ira Goldstein. Goldstein spent 25 years guiding the company and retired a year ago. He shares his triumphs and challenges in running one of the country’s most celebrated and highly acclaimed theater companies and also his next act.

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Arizona Theatre Company's longtime artistic director, David Ira Goldstein

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