Hosted by: Janet Coleman and David Dozer
Cat Radio Cafe is a live salon of the arts, exploring the politics of art and the creative bounty of New York.
Hosted by Janet Coleman and David Dozer ("The Displaced Playwright"), it features conversation, performance, new and archival radio theater, and news on The Rialto (and Ludlow Street).
Janet Coleman is an author and actor.
Her publications include The Compass, the definitive history of improvisational theatre in America; and (with Al Young) Mingus/Mingus: Two Memoirs.
She is a founding producer of the seminal off-off Broadway's Loft Theatre Workshop. She appeared as Evelyn Lincoln in the film 13 Days and as Emily Ann Andrews in David Dozer's long-running radio comedy series, Poisoned Arts. She is also a founding member of the Christmas Coup Comedy Players (CCCP) and The Atlantica Radio Empire.
David Dozer is a playwright and actor.
His long-running radio comedy series, Poisoned Arts, debuted on WBAI in 1967 and has been published in Scripts and The Best Short Plays of 1999-2000.
His dada plays and poems currently play in the repertoire of The Dada NYNY Dadas. He appears as Sergeant Groves on the classic TV series M*A*S*H. He is a founding member of the Christmas Coup Comedy Players (CCCP) and the Atlantica Radio Empire.