This month Brian talks to the author of ‘tokyo fish story’ and ‘brownsville song (b-side for tray)’ about panic, curiosity, and the earned laughs average.
This month Brian talks to the busy writer-director about his background, the supportiveness of Chicago’s theatre scene, and his penchant for large-cast plays.
In this episode, Brian talks to a longtime friend and colleague about her circuitous path from and back to the Pine Tree State, and what that journey has meant for her as a writer.
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.
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 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 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 month Brian talks to the producing artistic director of Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis about supporting writers, following a unicorn, and teaching doctors to write.
For this special reported episode, Brian goes deep on the actor-writer and her very personal new play, ‘Tomorrow Will Be Sunday.’
This month the author of ‘August: Osage County’ and ‘The Minutes’ talks about acting, writing, the mystique of Chicago, and the heartbreak of Oklahoma.