On this week’s podcast, we talk about how the nation’s and the world’s political tumult is affecting theatres (and how they’re responding), about the departure of critic Charles Isherwood from The New York Times, and with National New Play Network executive director Nan Barnett about the nation’s new-play landscape.
Robert Barry Fleming stops by to talk about why he loves working with resident theatres. Plus, the editors discuss artists’ compensation.
In this week’s episode, playwright Leah Nanako Winkler discusses New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players’ reimagined ‘Mikado.’ Plus the editors discuss musical theatre training.
In this week’s podcast, we discuss our favorite shows of 2016, give you some behind-the-scenes highlights of some notable AT stories, and talk to Kris Vire about what’s going on in Chicago with the Neo-Futurists.
On this week’s podcast, director Lisa Portes stopped by to discuss Latinx theatre in Chicago, and directing work for young audiences. Plus, the editors discuss the responses we’ve been getting from artists about the election.
This week, we welcome playwright Sarah DeLappe. Plus, the editors discuss what artists can do post-election and #FairWageOnStage.
On this week’s podcast, the guest is Desdemona Chiang, who discusses setting ‘The Winter’s Tale’ in China and why her mother named her after the tragic ‘Othello’ heroine. Plus, the editors discuss #FairWageOnstage.
On this week’s podcast, Lynn Nottage discusses the presidential election and her new play ‘Sweat.’ Plus the editors discuss ‘Hamilton’s America’ and ‘A 24-Decade History of Popular Music.’
This week’s guest is Greg Reiner, the director of theatre and musical theatre at the NEA, who assures us that the state of the arts is strong. Plus, the editors discuss all-gender bathrooms and high school theatre.
In this week’s episode, we welcome Robert Askins, author of “Hand to God,” aka the most-produced play in America! Plus, we invite some critics to discuss the play and whether it deserves to be on top.