On this episode we talk to playwright Mike Lew and director Moritz von Stuelpnagel about taking ‘tiny father’ from audio to audience and catch up with critic J. Wynn Rousuck about the Contemporary American Theater Festival.
A new play at Barrington Stage Company, about a class-riven romance among 2 wheelchair and text-to-speech users, also has plenty of disabled talent backstage.
Currently associate artistic director at Shakespeare Theatre Company in D.C., Paul will succeed Julianne Boyd, who has led Barrington Stage Company since its founding 27 years ago.
How Lloyd Suh’s ‘The Chinese Lady’ made it through 2 years of pandemic, protest, and anti-Asian hate to emerge as the nation’s most-produced and possibly most essential play.
The season features 3 world premieres and a combination of indoor and outdoor productions.
Daniella De Jesús is named grand prize winner as Miki Kim and Laura Winters are also honored.
Check into a motel, or have your mind read, or just sit back and listen to some showtunes.
This week: a Nick Cordero memorial tribute, festivals of Latinx writers and young playwrights, Harriet Harris as Eleanor Roosevelt, and a Madhuri Shekar encore.
From a ‘Dog Day Afternoon’ watch party to a Beethoven bio-play with music, this week offers many answers to the eternal question.
The critics return to consider when theatre will return, how to cover it when it does, and how not to succumb to Zoom despair.