Daniel K. Isaac, known for his work as an actor, talks about giving himself permission to become a playwright.
Every week, the culture critics at Token Theatre Friends bring their fresh perspectives to the…
Kathlynn and Jose talk bad romances. Plus a conversation with actor/playwright Ryan J. Haddad.
Alexi and Jose discuss an Adrienne Kennedy world premiere, and operas delivered by mail. Plus Jose talks to the minds behind TPOC.
Jose talks to Heather Christian and Joshua William Gelb about their delightfully divine musical about Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
Ayanna and Jose reveal their favorite shows of 2020, plus an interview with “Animals” playwright Stacy Osei-Kuffour and director Whitney White.
Chad Austin and Bianca Marroquín teamed up for the “I Will” Campaign and talk about what they expect to see when theaters reopen.
Alexi and Jose interview Sullivan Jones and Robert O’Hara of “A Streetcar Named Desire.”
It’s Jose’s turn to rant about the Tony Awards. Plus playwright Chisa Hutchinson and actor Aunjanue Ellis stop by to talk about “The Subject,” a film based on Hutchinson’s play. They also talk about what it means to be a witness.
This week, a rant about the Tony Awards. Plus, Heidi Schreck drops by to talk about filming her Broadway play “What the Constitution Means to Me” for Amazon Prime Video, and being a real-life Captain America.