This pre-pandemic conversation with the exciting helmer behind ‘Endlings’ and radical stagings of ‘Ragtime’ and ‘Carmen’ holds hope for the art form.
A number of canceled shows from San Diego to Phoenix were recorded before the pandemic shutdown, and now you can watch them at home.
Jose talks to the playwright about her (now closed) show ‘Endlings’ and to Wai Ching Ho, who starred in it.
Jose talks with the ‘Wicked’ star, currently doing a cabaret residency and soon to star in the musical ‘Lempicka.’
Jose talks to Mamie Parris and Mauricio Martínez, stars of ‘Unmasked: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber’ at Paper Mill Playhouse.
This week Jose records a live episode with the playwrights behind ‘Ain’t No Mo’ and ‘Stew.’
Jose talks to the musical theatre star about her upcoming Carnegie Hall concert and her self-care practices between shows.
Jose talks with ‘Slave Play’s’ Irene Lucío, and gathers 2019 reflections from Young Jean Lee, Aleshea Harris, Jaime Lozano, and others.
Jose speaks to playwright Donja R. Love and actor Leland Fowler of one in two, a new play about HIV among the Black community.
The Friends interview the ‘Hamilton’ star, who is back onstage in a musical version of ‘Cyrano.’ Plus reviews of ‘Tina’ on Broadway and a provocative new ‘Evita,’ and a special announcement!