Jose Solís and Diep Tran interview the author of ‘The Vagina Monologues’ about her new ‘Fruit Trilogy,’ and discuss new plays by Dominique Morisseau and Nilo Cruz.
On this episode, the critics grapple with the flaws of the Tony Awards and offer some possible fixes—and their alternative awards.
Blanka Zizka, Carmen Rivera, Ed Sylvanus Iskandar, Maria Manuela Goyanes, and Ngozi Anyanwu discuss the immigrant and first-generation American experience in theatre.
This week, it’s “My Fair Lady” ($97+) versus “Dance Nation” ($59+). Plus an interview with Eva Noblezada.
On this episode, the critics take on a hot topic and chat with guest Jack Cummings III, artistic director of the Transport Group company.
A chat with the playwright and professor about his career in New York, Minneapolis, and Chicago.
On this podcast, Peter Marks steps out and Lynn Nottage steps in. How is she as a theatre critic? Find out!
On this episode, the critics ponder whether some shows are too dated to revive, reach into the mail bag, and tell you which (non-NYC) theatres are worth a visit this summer.
This month’s episode is super-long because Brian James Polak traveled to the Humana Festival and spoke to two playwrights that were getting world premieres there.
On this episode, there’s so many great shows and so little time to talk about them! The critics discuss “Three Tall Women” and “Angels in America” on Broadway, plus composer Erin McKeown stopped by.