The critics happily return to talking about actual live, in-person theatre, as well as the vagaries of variants and vaccination policies.
A dialogue with Tamilla Woodard, chair of acting at Yale School of Drama, and Carl Cofield, chair of grad acting at NYU Tisch.
After a hiatus, the critics return with a look back at a tumultuous year and a look ahead to reopening on Broadway and beyond.
This month, a talk with with a playwriting legend, whose most apocalyptic recent works are being released this week as podcasts.
This month Brian talks to the writer of ‘M. Butterfly,’ ‘Yellow Face,’ ‘Chinglish,’ and ‘Soft Power’ about Joe Papp, hate crimes, and the ironic uplift of surviving a flop.
This month Brian talks to the playwright of ‘Water by the Spoonful’ and ‘In the Heights’ about her new memoir, ‘My Broken Language.’
This month Brian surveys playwrights, directors, dramaturgs, and critics about the works they just can’t shake, and why.
The critics look back on a year without live, in-person theatre as they go through their mailbag.
This month Brian talks with the playwright of ‘The Moors’ and ‘Collective Rage’ about how writing for TV inspired her write a novel about the theatre.
This month the hosts talk to an award-winning colleague about gatekeeping and pandemic-era criticism.