On this week’s podcast, we welcome playwright Dan O’Brien, who discusses his newest play ‘The House in Scarsdale’ and recovering from cancer. Plus, the editors discuss Tony nominations and theatre in China.
The sound design categories for play and musicals will come back in time for the 2018 Tonys.
Though ‘Hamilton’ fell one Tony short of winning the most ever, the real winner of the night was diversity.
This coming Sunday the Tony Awards will again overlook the contributions of sound designers—an absence that screams louder each year.
The retiring drama teacher was recommended by her students and will be recognized at the 2016 Tony Awards.
As ever, most of Broadway’s biggest awards will go to shows nurtured by nonprofits.
This week, teacher/performer/author Kameron Steele stops by to talk about a new book of Suzuki’s writing, and the editors argue about the Tonys and Bitter Lemons’ pay-for-reviews gambit.
While CBS ran commercials, a lot of important, even historic, awards were doled out.
Most of today’s Tony-nominated shows got their start on non-commercial stages, either in the U.S. or abroad.