The Friends discuss Beyoncé’s “Black is King” and Taylor Swift’s “folklore,” plus BD Wong drops by to talk about how he filmed 18 music videos in his apartment.
The playwright of “Dance Nation” and “You Got Older” on how theater is a way for her to work through her own personal issues, and why she wants men to be more in touch with their bodies.
The Friends review 2 audio plays: ‘Richard II’ and ‘Julia Pastrana.’ Plus playwright Clare Barron drops by to talk about sex.
The playwright talks about the new Kilroys List, her play “72 Miles to Go” and how she wants to use art to create empathy for undocumented immigrants.
The Friends discuss ‘The Copper Children’ by Karen Zacarías and interview Hilary Bettis about the new Kilroys List.
After a health scare, the Pulitzer-winning playwright is finding joy by producing Bard at the Gate—plays that she would love to see if she ran a theater.
In part 2 of a special 2-part episode, four BIPOC critics sit down to discuss the good and the problematic sides of “Hamilton” on Disney+
In part one of a special two-part episode, the Friends interview George Salazar of “Be More Chill” and “Little Shop of Horrors.”
The director and artistic leader of Movement Theatre Company talks about what the company is doing now during quarantine.
The Friends review a phone opera and “Pipeline” by Dominique Morisseau, and talk to Taylor Reynolds of the Movement Theatre Company.