Josh Groban calls in to talk about his new album “Harmony,” his upcoming virtual Broadway concert, and finding faith during the pandemic.
How Hedgepig Ensemble Theatre created the Expanding the Canon list, 9 plays written by women before 1960, to show that a classic play isn’t just one written by a dead white man.
The Friends discuss Miscast and participate in a theatrical murder mystery. Then Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare call in to discuss their newest collaboration and the state of American democracy.
Tony winner John Leguizamo stops by to talk about his new film, “Critical Thinking,” and his work in advancing Latinx representation.
The 2020 Broadway revival of “West Side Story” sidelined the female characters and made racism a non-issue. What does that say, or doesn’t say, about America in 2020?
The Friends discuss Chadwick Boseman, an intimate theater experience with Theater for One, and the Bengsons stop by to talk about making a musical during quarantine.
The Friends talk about what the Tony Awards should look like this year and “Billions” actor Daniel K. Isaac walks through his favorite theatrical memories.
It was planned as a reading, but when the pandemic struck, two theatre-makers, and their community turned this “Quince” into the first live show in NYC since March.
How designers Cha See, Kimie Nishikawa and Rodrigo Muñoz started the See Lighting Foundation to help immigrant artists, who do not qualify for unemployment.
Harriet D. Foy drops by to talk about “P-Valley” and how she calls on her ancestors every night before she steps onto the stage.