In its latest work of immersive theatre, Serenbe Playhouse will submerge a ship nightly for its production of “Titanic.”
In Dallas, teens band together to devise a play about gun violence, built on 30+ interviews with victims and NRA members.
The critics discuss whitewashing, the Muny protests, and get an education on San Francisco theatre from Bay Area critic Lily Janiak.
Actors’ Equity and SDC have issued strong statements in opposition to the 5-4 ruling, vowing further action.
This episode was recorded live at #TCG18 in St. Louis, where Midwestern theatre journalists Kerry Reid, Judith Newmark, and Rosalind Early talk about theatre coverage in the age of clicks.
It’s a ‘Once on This Island’ extravaganza! The Friends go backstage to the Tony-winning show and meet the cast and crew (and the goats). Plus reviews of ‘Teenage Dick’ and ‘Fairview.’
The opening event of the 2018 TCG National Conference, headlined by Naomi Shahib Nye, found poetry and persistence in storytelling.
Brian James Polak interviews the prolific playwright/activist about her new play ‘Red Bike’ and theatre as an audience engagement tool.
Jose Solís and Diep Tran interview the author of ‘The Vagina Monologues’ about her new ‘Fruit Trilogy,’ and discuss new plays by Dominique Morisseau and Nilo Cruz.
On this episode, the critics grapple with the flaws of the Tony Awards and offer some possible fixes—and their alternative awards.