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.
This week, it’s “My Fair Lady” ($97+) versus “Dance Nation” ($59+). Plus an interview with Eva Noblezada.
Plus actor Gregg Mozgala talks about why non-disabled actors need to stop playing disabled roles.
This week, it’s ‘Mean Girls’ ($119+) vs. ‘Symphonie Fantastique’ ($35+). Plus, the Friends chat with Hall in her apartment.
On this episode, it’s ‘Angels in America” ($200+) vs ‘Yerma’ (40+). Plus, ‘The Great Comet’s’ Grace McLean drops by to discuss music-making and angry women.
This week, Diep and Jose saw ‘Escape to Margaritaville’ and ‘Amy and the Orphans’ and picked which one they would see again (if they had to pay for it). Plus actor André Holland drops by!
Jose Solís and Diep Tran review three shows and pick which one they would pay money for. They also discuss some common pitfalls of white playwrights writing POC characters.
On this week’s episode of the new video series: Diep and Jose talk about ‘Jerry Springer the Opera,’ interview Daniel Alexander Jones, and tell you which shows currently playing are worth your money.