This month Woodzick talks to the Seattle-based director about creating a safe yet accountable rehearsal room, taking Shakespeare off a pedestal, and embracing body hair.
This month Brian talks to Nathan Alan Davis about growing up with performer parents and how his own parenting influences his work.
On this episode Kelundra and J.R. talk to the Atlanta playwright about Chicago’s month-long celebration in her honor, the value of community-driven storytelling, and her new play ‘Something Moving: A Meditation on Maynard.’
This month Woodzick talks to performer and producer Danny Marin about telling stories with nuance and advocating for a better industry.
This month Brian joins playwright Nancy Garcia Loza at Chicago’s Understudy book shop to talk about writing, family, and holding on to memories.
On this episode we talk to playwright Mike Lew and director Moritz von Stuelpnagel about taking ‘tiny father’ from audio to audience and catch up with critic J. Wynn Rousuck about the Contemporary American Theater Festival.
This month Woodzick talks to writer and educator Seayoung Yim about self-love, care-filled casting, and America’s recent obsession with Korean culture.
This month Brian talks to MJ Kaufman, the co-writer of ‘A Transparent Musical,’ about their evolving sense of home, their creative instincts, and their dog, Milkshake.
This month we host a special conversation about the search process that led NYC’s Rattlestick Theatre to hire its new artistic director, Will Davis.
This month Woodzick talks to the queer and trans performer about reviving ‘1776,’ developing a non-binary rom-com musical, and honoring their trans experience onstage.