On this episode, Woodzick speaks to 2 non-binary actors currently performing in repertory at Utah Shakespeare Festival.
This month Brian talks to the writer/performer of ‘Where We Belong,’ inspired by her experiences as a Native person loving, studying, then questioning Shakespeare.
After our July break, we return for an interview with the writer-director-performer of ‘The Nosebleed.’
This month Brian talks to the former NYU playwriting professor about growing up in Texas, intuition vs. intellect, and the elusive art of the 10-minute play.
This week, we share our live TCG conference session with arts journalist Sharon Eberson, City Theatre co-artistic director Monteze Freeland, and Quantum Theatre founder Karla Boos.
This month Brian talks to the ‘Yoga Play’ author about the absurdism of real life and how her globally forged voice meets contemporary American life.
This month Woodzick talks to the founder of the Bearded Ladies Cabaret about her origin story, gender cannibals, and the fine art of hosting.
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.