This week’s guest is Peter Brosius, artistic director of Children’s Theatre Company, plus the editors discuss theatre in the age of Trump.
On this podcast, the guest is Holly Twyford, a celebrated D.C. actor who talks about the challenges of making a living outside New York. Also: a critics’ discussion about what to do about runaway ticket prices.
On this week’s podcast, the Connecticut critic joins the editors to dish about his Q&A with Yale’s James Bundy and the upcoming season.
On this week’s podcast, the panelists talk about where they’re coming from as critics and podcasters, then discuss Trump and theatre. Plus, picks for the first half of the new season
A new podcast featuring three longtime New York drama critics talking about theatre in the U.S. kicks off with a discussion of the stage’s response to Trump and a season preview.
This week’s guests are Lauren Gunderson, the season’s most-produced playwright, and Ken Cerniglia, dramaturg of Disney Theatrical Group, the force behind this year’s most-produced play.
On this week’s podcast, our guest is Mickey Rowe, the first autistic actor to play the main character in ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.’ Plus, the editors talk Harvey and student loans.
On this week’s podcast, Anushka Paris-Carter and Andy Paris discuss their documentary play about autism. Plus, the hosts discuss the Stephen Adly Guirgis copyright controversy.
On this week’s podcast, playwright James Still is the guest and he talks about how a California playwright became the resident playwright of Indiana Rep. Plus, the editors discuss ‘The Great Comet’ casting controversy.
This week’s podcast guest is Chris Acebo, associate artist at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, who talks about how designers can be leaders too. Plus, the editors discuss Trump plays and talkbacks.