The critics answer listener questions, including on whether they would ever review a taping of a live performance, and debate ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ on Broadway.
Telly Leung discusses ‘Aladdin’ and being a Broadway leading man, plus the Friends review holiday shows—and realize they may be too cynical for holiday shows.
The playwright talks about growing up the border and his play ‘La Ruta,’ currently running at Steppenwolf Theatre.
On this episode, Time Out critic Helen Shaw discusses the challenges of covering downtown NYC theatre and gives a lesson on dramaturgy.
The team behind the Off-Broadway hit ‘Usual Girls’ discuss female sexuality and unrealistic beauty standards. Plus, the Friends review ‘King Kong’ on Broadway.
In the inaugural joint event between American Theatre and Signature Theatre Company, a discussion with Bill Rauch, Ralph Peña, Erica Jensen, and Jacob Padrón on successful strategies for making more equitable theatre.
The critics interview the Oscar-winning screenwriter about finally getting some Broadway love, and trade thoughts on ‘King Kong.’
The two artists discuss performative wokeness in ‘The Thanksgiving Play’ at Playwrights Horizons. Plus the Friends review Michael Urie’s performance in ‘Torch Song’ on Broadway.
The prolific playwright talks about his newest play ‘Rightlynd,’ his adopted hometown of Chicago, and how he handles rejection.
This week, the Friends discuss Daniel Fish’s stripped-down revival of the R&H classic and review ‘Lifespan of a Fact’ on Broadway (starring Daniel Radcliffe).