The Friends review a phone opera and “Pipeline” by Dominique Morisseau, and talk to Taylor Reynolds of the Movement Theatre Company.
If silence can be eloquent, few actors deliver wordless soliloquies with the precision and grace…
The four-time Tony nominee, and star of “Law and Order: SVU,” talks Zoom theater, and how the Latinx identity contains multitudes.
The Friends discuss “2666,” the five-hour play adaptation of the Roberto Bolaño novel, and Raúl Esparza stops by to talk about typecasting and his favorite Spanish swear word.
Why do Broadway shows always beat experimental works? The answer might be more obvious than it seems.
The Obie-winning actor of “Toni Stone” talks about acting during quarantine and how Zoom theater isn’t very satisfying.
The Friends discuss “The King and I” and the We See You White American Theatre letter. Plus an interview with actor April Matthis about creating theater during COVID.
While BIPOC artists are taking a risk in speaking up, saying, “I see you” is no longer enough.
Being a POC in a critics’ organization is more than awards and “free” theater.
Jasmine Batchelor talks about the new Jeremy Hersh film that asks some complicated questions around disability, race and morality.