On this week’s episode, the Friends talk about Japanese American identity, review Fiasco’s ‘Merrily We Roll Along,’ and talk about trying to date when you see four shows a week.
The Tony-nominated actor and Waterwell cofounder discusses immigration, Middle Eastern representation, and creating civically engaged work.
The Friends host a live show at BroadwayCon, where they talk with Max Vernon and Diana Oh about queer representation and making non-traditional theatre.
The Friends look back on their favorite shows of 2018, and have an announcement about BroadwayCon!
Telly Leung discusses ‘Aladdin’ and being a Broadway leading man, plus the Friends review holiday shows—and realize they may be too cynical for holiday shows.
The team behind the Off-Broadway hit ‘Usual Girls’ discuss female sexuality and unrealistic beauty standards. Plus, the Friends review ‘King Kong’ on Broadway.
The two artists discuss performative wokeness in ‘The Thanksgiving Play’ at Playwrights Horizons. Plus the Friends review Michael Urie’s performance in ‘Torch Song’ on Broadway.
This week, the Friends discuss Daniel Fish’s stripped-down revival of the R&H classic and review ‘Lifespan of a Fact’ on Broadway (starring Daniel Radcliffe).
The singer/songwriter talks about his musical ‘Black Light,’ currently running through the end of the year Off-Broadway.
The Friends interview the star of NBC’s ‘The Good Place’ on his new play ‘Travisville,’ and whether theatre critics go in the Good Place or the Bad Place.