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Regina Castellanos and Larry Owens (‘A Strange Loop’) stop by the studio to talk about their time at the theatrical summer camp, Stagedoor Manor.
This week the critics talk ‘guilty pleasures,’ answer listeners’ questions, and talk about ‘Last Summer at Bluefish Cove, ‘A Strange Loop,’ and ‘The Waverly Gallery.’
The Tony-winning director visits the critics and breaks down his artistic process on ‘The Waverly Gallery’ and ‘The Band’s Visit,’ and explains his love affair with the Windy City.
The critics give their unofficial annual best production and performance awards—and Off-Broadway and regional productions are fair game.
This week the critics talk with the Tony-winning composer about his newest project: the gender-bending ‘Tootsie.’
The critics discuss the surprises and snubs of the Tony nominations, plus how to present problematic classics.
The critics are divided over 2 of the most buzzed-about musicals of the season, ‘Hadestown’ and ‘Oklahoma!’ What does it mean to hate something that everyone else loves? Also: What’s the difference between bad acting and miscasting?
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.’