This month Brian talks to the author of ‘tokyo fish story’ and ‘brownsville song (b-side for tray)’ about panic, curiosity, and the earned laughs average.
A conversation with Joel Grey, Tovah Feldshuh, Caissie Levy, Michael Arden, and Bess Wohl about portrayals of Jewishness and antisemitism on New York stages.
This month Woodzick talks to the singer-songwriter about growing up gay, playing the guitar, looking for role models, and her new musical, ‘F*ck7thGrade.’
This month Brian talks to the busy writer-director about his background, the supportiveness of Chicago’s theatre scene, and his penchant for large-cast plays.
In this episode, Brian talks to a longtime friend and colleague about her circuitous path from and back to the Pine Tree State, and what that journey has meant for her as a writer.
On this episode we broke the news that Nottage’s ‘Clyde’s’ will be the most-produced play of the season, then welcomed her and fellow prolific scribe Gunderson on to talk shop.
This month Woodzick talks to the multi-hyphenate, multi-spirited Nigerian American poet and performer about their new book ‘Black Body Amnesia.’
On this episode we talk to the outgoing (in all senses) artistic director of Washington, D.C.’s Arena Stage as she enters her 25th and final season.
On this episode we talk to actor/playwright Daniel K. Isaac about his epic new play ‘Once Upon a (Korean) Time’ and about the untold histories that inspired it.
On this episode, Woodzick speaks to 2 non-binary actors currently performing in repertory at Utah Shakespeare Festival.