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Trevor Hogg chats with Susan Beth Lehman about the creative relationship between theatre and cinema as well as her book Directors: From Stage to Screen and Back Again...

“I was born in New York City, but raised in Texas and moved to L.A. when I was a teenager,” states Susan Beth Lehman who experienced some cultural confusion.  “I started acting at the Alley Theater in Houston when I was 12.   I have a BA in Theatre and an Mfa in Acting, both from UCLA.  But La is a company town, so crossing over to film is very natural.  After moving to the Philadelphia area some years ago, I started teaching in academia.”  A cinematic adaptation of a Steven King story has left a lasting impression on the Assistant Professor of TV and Film at DeSales University.  “The end of The Shawshank Redemption [1994] is one of the most emotionally and visually »

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