This week, the critics discuss Glenda Jackson in ‘King Lear’ and perform a postmortem on ‘The Band’s Visit.’
The Tony-winning actor talks about finally getting to play Eliza Doolittle. Plus discussions of ‘White Noise,’ ‘Nantucket Sleigh Ride,’ and ‘JQA.’
The critics are back with a discussion of the ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ controversy and a look at a day (and night) in the life of a theatre critic.
The critics talk about going to Puerto Rico for ‘Hamilton’ and going to BroadwayCon for the cosplay.
The year in theatre, according to our critics.
The critics answer listener questions, including on whether they would ever review a taping of a live performance, and debate ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ on Broadway.
On this episode, Time Out critic Helen Shaw discusses the challenges of covering downtown NYC theatre and gives a lesson on dramaturgy.
The critics interview the Oscar-winning screenwriter about finally getting some Broadway love, and trade thoughts on ‘King Kong.’
This week, the critics ask each other questions, including which Shakespeare plays they never want to see again and songs they love from otherwise terrible musicals.
It’s the one-year-anniversary of this podcast! To celebrate, the critics discuss jukebox musicals, in particular ‘Girl From the North Country,’ and why there are so many Brits on Broadway.