The Friends interview the actress who’s been playing Judy on and off for six years in ‘Chasing Rainbows.’ Plus reviews of Halloween shows, including one where they get blindfolded, and a discussion of the discussion around cell phones in the theatre (meta!).
The critics discuss locking up cell phones in Yondr pouches and heatedly debate ‘Slave Play.’
The ‘Hamilton’ actor on why depictions of gay men living normal lives are important. Plus reviews of ‘Freestyle Love Supreme’ and the ‘Judy’ movie.
Looking at the theatre’s most-produced lists for clues to changing (or lasting) tastes, and a dip into the readers’ mailbag.
The NYC-based playwright talks about the time she juggled 5 day jobs, and how ‘Law & Order’ helped her quit them.
Listen to the unveiling of the most-produced plays and playwrights, plus an excerpt from ‘Cambodian Rock Band.’
The actor/director and choreographer drop by to discuss how women oppress each other and how make it stop. Plus the Friends discuss ‘Betrayal’ on Broadway and whether it’s wise to masturbate at the theatre.
On this back-to-the-season edition, Terry Teachout and Peter Marks talk about shows they’ve seen and answer questions from their mailbag.
The Friends talk to two actors about ‘As Much as I Can,’ a new musical extravaganza about the contemporary HIV/AIDS crisis; plus reviews of ‘Hercules,’ ‘Felix Starro,’ and ‘Make Believe.’
The Friends take a road trip to see ‘Into the Woods,’ in actual nature, and talk to Britney Simpson, the production’s Baker’s Wife; plus reviews of ‘Sea Wall/A Life’ and ‘Bat Out of Hell.’