The Friends welcome the writer of ‘Slave Play,’ ‘Daddy,’ and ‘Black Exhibition’ to talk about sex and social media.
The ‘Orange is the New Black’ actress discusses learning how to dance for ‘for colored girls….’ at the Public Theater. Plus reviews of ‘Moulin Rouge,’ ‘Little Shop of Horrors,’ and ‘Soft Power.’
The Friends interview the actress who’s been playing Judy on and off for six years in ‘Chasing Rainbows.’ Plus reviews of Halloween shows, including one where they get blindfolded, and a discussion of the discussion around cell phones in the theatre (meta!).
The ‘Hamilton’ actor on why depictions of gay men living normal lives are important. Plus reviews of ‘Freestyle Love Supreme’ and the ‘Judy’ movie.
The actor/director and choreographer drop by to discuss how women oppress each other and how make it stop. Plus the Friends discuss ‘Betrayal’ on Broadway and whether it’s wise to masturbate at the theatre.
The Friends talk to two actors about ‘As Much as I Can,’ a new musical extravaganza about the contemporary HIV/AIDS crisis; plus reviews of ‘Hercules,’ ‘Felix Starro,’ and ‘Make Believe.’
The Friends take a road trip to see ‘Into the Woods,’ in actual nature, and talk to Britney Simpson, the production’s Baker’s Wife; plus reviews of ‘Sea Wall/A Life’ and ‘Bat Out of Hell.’
The Friends talk to the ‘On Your Feet!’ star about why he advocates for Latinx composers and for racial justice; plus discussions of Hannah Gadsby’s ‘Douglas’ and ‘Six.’
‘Come From Away’ is celebrating its 1,000th performance on Broadway and its cast members come in to celebrate; plus reviews of ‘Midsummer: A Banquet,’ ‘Mojada,’ ‘The Rolling Stone,’ and the ‘Cats’ trailer.
The Friends talk to the actors of ‘Hadestown’ plus reviews of ‘Toni Stone’ and ‘Unmaking Toulouse-Lautrec.’