Serial Hosts Sarah Koenig and Emmanuel Dzotsi to Appear Live in Cleveland

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Emmanuel Dzotsi and Sarah Koenig - SANDY HONIG / COURTESY: SERIAL
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  • Emmanuel Dzotsi and Sarah Koenig
Sarah Koenig and Emmanuel Dzotsi, hosts of Serial's explosive Cleveland-based third season, will appear in Cleveland on Dec. 15 for a live discussion about the podcast, Playhouse Square announced Monday.

The discussion will be moderated by none other than Dan Moulthrop, CEO of the City Club of Cleveland, and will include an audience Q&A.



The Saturday event will be held at the State Theatre at 8 p.m. Tickets ($25 - $65) will go on sale at 11 a.m. this Friday. Head to playhousesquare.org or the Playhouse Square Ticket Office to get yours.

We've been following the third season's first six episodes, and have reported on issues and characters featured on the podcast, like Judge Daniel Gaul. The season is set in and around the Cuyahoga County Justice Center and has focused on the mechanisms of power therein. Beginning last week, with a searing expose of East Cleveland and police misconduct there, the season began to look at victims of the system.



New episodes are released each Thursday and are available wherever you stream your podcasts and at serialpodcast.org

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