Ep. 7 Talking Books with Sam Pinkleton

cropped-TheStacks_logo_final.jpgThis week on the show we are talking all things books with Tony nominated choreographer, Sam Pinkleton, best known for his work on the Broadway show, Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812. Sam and Traci discuss using books as an entry point to new worlds, the mythology of the present, and a handful of their favorite true crime books.

Sam and Traci cover a lot of ground this week, and you can find everything they discuss here in the show notes.

BOOKS

EVERYTHING ELSE

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