The playwright of ‘Middletown’ and ‘Thom Pain’ talks about his new Ibsen adaptation, ‘Gnit,’ the often winding pursuit of the self, and the lessons of community.
This month the critics talk to the star of ‘Hadestown’ about darkness and empathy, and share their theatregoing highlights.
In this episode we talk to critics on both coasts (with JR holding down the Midwest) about criticism, in-person theatre, and Twitter vs. TikTok.
This month Brian talks with the playwright and audio dramatist about ‘The Honeycomb Trilogy,’ guardian angels, and ‘Doctor Who.’
This week we talk to the leader of the West Coast powerhouse about the tough years just page and what lies ahead.
This episode’s guests are actors from Broadway’s first show back since spring 2020.
This month Brian talks to the Philly writer of ‘Babel’ and ‘The Arsonists’ about playwriting, parenting, and risk.
This week the critics speak to James Lapine about his new memoir of writing ‘Sunday in the Park With George’ with Sondheim, and talk up some shows they’ve seen.
This week our guest is the resident playwright of Dallas’s Cara Mía Theatre, who talks about her urgent manifesto ‘Your Healing Is Killing Me.’
This week we look back on a busy month of theatre news and talk to playwright travis tate about their play ‘Queen of the Night.’