This week we talk to the playwright of ‘Alma’ and ‘In His Hands’ about intimacy, religion, poetic realism, and Mario Kart.
This month Brian talks to the prolific and decorated playwright about her early struggles and triumphs, and that time she got stuck in the Lincoln Center bathroom.
This week the editors discuss theatre’s role in dispelling the fears and misconceptions surrounding abortion with Alison Leiby and Justice Hehir.
This month we talk to the administrator, activist, and casting professional about amplifying trans talent, rethinking the canon, and prioritizing mental health.
This month Brian talks to the producing artistic director of Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis about supporting writers, following a unicorn, and teaching doctors to write.
For this episode we talk to playwright Karen Hartman, who currently has 3 plays making NYC premieres in 59E59’s first VOLT Festival.
For this special reported episode, Brian goes deep on the actor-writer and her very personal new play, ‘Tomorrow Will Be Sunday.’
This week our guest is TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s artistic director Tim Bond, now directing August Wilson’s ‘Gem of the Ocean’ there.
In this reboot of their podcast for AT magazine, Woodzick talks to Seattle-based writer-performer Sara Porkalob, who will next appear in ‘1776.’
On this episode, the editors talk to the founding artistic director of Mixed Blood Theatre, Jack Reuler, and his soon-to-be successor Mark Valdez about leadership, social justice, and the future of theatre.