It’s the one-year-anniversary of this podcast! To celebrate, the critics discuss jukebox musicals, in particular ‘Girl From the North Country,’ and why there are so many Brits on Broadway.
On this episode, the Friends review the newest play by Theresa Rebeck, and interview Daphne Rubin-Vega and Gizel Jimenez.
Nikki Toombs of Atlanta’s True Colors Theatre Company and Tanya Mote from Denver’s Su Teatro share how engagement and education work fits their theatres’ missions.
For the first show of the fall season, the critics discuss the demise of the TV show Theatre Talk and interview Bedlam theatre’s Eric Tucker.
Live at the Lark, American Theatre editors announced the season’s top plays and playwrights, and spoke to two of them, Lucas Hnath and Karen Zacarías.
He’s written more than 300 two-minute plays, but the artistic director of Chicago’s Neo-Futurists doesn’t consider himself a playwright. Brian James Polak finds out why.
This week, an interview with Tony nominee Laura Osnes about why she’s fascinated by Disney princesses, a review of ‘Collective Rage’ by Jen Silverman, and a debate about what makes a good movie-to-musical adaptation.
On this week’s episode, performer Amanda Duarte fills in for Terry Teachout and talks about her controversial article about theatre etiquette.
This week, the Friends review ‘Head Over Heels’ and ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ in Yiddish.
On this week’s podcast, the critics discuss when it’s appropriate to discuss an actor’s appearance in a review, plus they battle over ‘Be More Chill.’