Jose talks to the musical theatre star about her upcoming Carnegie Hall concert and her self-care practices between shows.
The writer of ‘Thirst’ and ‘All the Natalie Portmans’ talks about her Louisiana upbringing, starting out in fan fiction, and why she writes about cornered women.
The critics look back on a decade of change in the American theatre, and discuss ‘Greater Clements,’ ‘Sing Street,’ and the ‘My Fair Lady’ tour.
The critics chat with the acclaimed Idahoan dramatist, and compare notes on Stephen Adly Guirgis, Harry Connick Jr., and Lauren Gunderson.
Jose talks with ‘Slave Play’s’ Irene Lucío, and gathers 2019 reflections from Young Jean Lee, Aleshea Harris, Jaime Lozano, and others.
Brian James Polak talks to the playwright of ‘Dance Nation’ and ‘You Got Older’ about memory, pain, and first drafts.
Jose speaks to playwright Donja R. Love and actor Leland Fowler of one in two, a new play about HIV among the Black community.
The critics discuss Chicago vs. Broadway theatre with the Tribune’s Chris Jones, and discuss the shows ‘Jagged Little Pill,’ ‘Fefu and her Friends,’ and ‘Sleeping Car Porters.’
The Friends interview the ‘Hamilton’ star, who is back onstage in a musical version of ‘Cyrano.’ Plus reviews of ‘Tina’ on Broadway and a provocative new ‘Evita,’ and a special announcement!
Alexandra Jacobs drops in to discuss her new Elaine Stritch biography, ‘Still Here.’