Critic Christine Dolen and local theatre leaders Joseph Adler and Mario Ernesto Sanchez introduce TCG attendees to the vibrant Miami theatre scene.
The three playwrights discuss the importance of building and maintaining relationships in this industry.
The Friends interview NYC’s Public Advocate, react to the Tony Award results, and share thoughts on ‘Octet,’ ‘Little Women,’ and ‘Nomad Motel.’
The critics give their unofficial annual best production and performance awards—and Off-Broadway and regional productions are fair game.
The Friends talk to the creators of ‘Underground Railroad Game,’ which is back in NYC; plus reviews of an all-female ‘Mac Beth,’ ‘BLKS,’ and ‘Continuity.’
This week the critics talk with the Tony-winning composer about his newest project: the gender-bending ‘Tootsie.’
The Friends talk to the star of the original ‘Next to Normal’ about her newest one-woman show. Plus, reviews of ‘Caroline, or Change,’ ‘Paul Swan is Dead and Gone,’ and ‘Tootsie.’
Catching up with two playwrights at the National New Play Network showcase.
The critics discuss the surprises and snubs of the Tony nominations, plus how to present problematic classics.
The Colombian director discusses her new play ‘17 Border Crossings,’ plus reviews of ‘The Cradle Will Rock,’ ‘The Pain of My Belligerence,’ and ‘Mrs. Murray’s Menagerie.’