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.
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.’
Alexandra Jacobs drops in to discuss her new Elaine Stritch biography, ‘Still Here.’
The critics discuss the newest celebrity jukebox musical, and how Broadway theatres have an accessibility issue.
Tracy Letts stops by to discuss his newest play, ‘Linda Vista,’ and how he balances being a playwright and actor.
The critics discuss locking up cell phones in Yondr pouches and heatedly debate ‘Slave Play.’
Looking at the theatre’s most-produced lists for clues to changing (or lasting) tastes, and a dip into the readers’ mailbag.
On this back-to-the-season edition, Terry Teachout and Peter Marks talk about shows they’ve seen and answer questions from their mailbag.
The show will be back in September. In the meantime, keep sending your comments and questions.