On this episode, the Friends review the newest play by Theresa Rebeck, and interview Daphne Rubin-Vega and Gizel Jimenez.
Live at the Lark, American Theatre editors announced the season’s top plays and playwrights, and spoke to two of them, Lucas Hnath and Karen Zacarías.
This week, an interview with Tony nominee Laura Osnes about why she’s fascinated by Disney princesses, a review of ‘Collective Rage’ by Jen Silverman, and a debate about what makes a good movie-to-musical adaptation.
This week, the Friends review ‘Head Over Heels’ and ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ in Yiddish.
This week, the Friends interview Joe Iconis about ‘Be More Chill’ and teenagers, and review the ‘Twelfth Night’ musical and ‘Straight White Men.’
For the first time on the show, the Friends leave New York City, and travel to the Fisher Center at Bard College and Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, with guests Erin Markey and Robyn Kerr. Conclusion: The Friends need to get out more.
It’s a ‘Once on This Island’ extravaganza! The Friends go backstage to the Tony-winning show and meet the cast and crew (and the goats). Plus reviews of ‘Teenage Dick’ and ‘Fairview.’
Jose Solís and Diep Tran interview the author of ‘The Vagina Monologues’ about her new ‘Fruit Trilogy,’ and discuss new plays by Dominique Morisseau and Nilo Cruz.
Blanka Zizka, Carmen Rivera, Ed Sylvanus Iskandar, Maria Manuela Goyanes, and Ngozi Anyanwu discuss the immigrant and first-generation American experience in theatre.
This week, it’s “My Fair Lady” ($97+) versus “Dance Nation” ($59+). Plus an interview with Eva Noblezada.