Disaster!'s Seth Rudetsky Talks the Best and Worst of a Lost Film Genre

The disaster-movie expert takes us inside the heyday of horror — the 1970s.

Seth Rudetsky's new Broadway musical Disaster! — a sendup of the great (and less-than-great) disaster movies of the 1970s — is now in performances at the Nederlander Theatre. As a new genre to the Broadway stage, TheaterMania decided to sit down with the niche-film expert to hear his take on the underappreciated art form. Take a look as he chats with our very own Zachary Stewart to discuss everything from sinking cruise ships to horror films with one-letter titles.

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