The founder of the Philly-based Lightning Rod Special discusses their newest show, ‘The Appointment,’ plus reviews of ‘What the Constitution Means to Me’ and ‘Plano.’
This week, the critics discuss Glenda Jackson in ‘King Lear’ and perform a postmortem on ‘The Band’s Visit.’
The playwright discusses making her Broadway writing debut with ‘Ain’t Too Proud,’ plus the Friends review ‘Kiss Me, Kate’ and ‘La Celestina.’
The Tony-winning actor talks about finally getting to play Eliza Doolittle. Plus discussions of ‘White Noise,’ ‘Nantucket Sleigh Ride,’ and ‘JQA.’
A lively conversation with playwright Lucas Hnath, director Leigh Silverman, playwright/director Robert O’Hara, and new-play producer Alexis Williams.
The first Asian American Christine in ‘Phantom of the Opera’ discusses how she got into theatre, plus a review of ‘Daddy’ by Jeremy O. Harris.
The playwright of ‘Somebody’s Daughter’ and ‘Surely Goodness and Mercy’ talks about how private school almost broke her and how August Wilson shaped her thinking.
The critics are back with a discussion of the ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ controversy and a look at a day (and night) in the life of a theatre critic.
The prolific Broadway performer talks about singing pop music versus singing show tunes, plus the Friends review the new Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater musical.
On this week’s episode, the Friends talk about Japanese American identity, review Fiasco’s ‘Merrily We Roll Along,’ and talk about trying to date when you see four shows a week.