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Stagecraft: Simon Reade, “Private Peaceful”

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The Stagecraft podcast is hosted by Jan Simpson. It is a series of interviews with playwrights (and musical book writers) of shows opening on Broadway and off-Broadway. [display_podcast] Guest: Simon Reade Private Peaceful @ TBG Mainstage, 312 West 36th Street, through October 7, 2018 — Based on a novel by Michael Morpurgo, read more


Spotlight: Joe Iconis, “Be More Chill”

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The Spotlight podcast is hosted by Jena Tesse Fox. [display_podcast] Guest: Joe Iconis, “Be More Chill” Be More Chill website Joe Iconis website Be More Chill current off-Broadway, July 26, 2018 through September 30, 2018! BE MORE CHILL The Irene Diamond Stage at The Pershing Square Signature Center 480 West read more


On My Way to a B.F.A.: Episode 2.2- Lifelong Learning, Love Never Dies, and Staying Healthy with Karen Mason

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On the October episode of “On My Way to a B.F.A.,” Natalie Noack talks to “Love Never Dies” star Karen Mason. The pair talks about Karen’s unusual educational path, how she created career a career for herself as a cabaret artist, what she learned from being Glenn Close’s standby in read more


Tell Me More | Episode 60: Uzo Aduba on the Perfect Ensemble Sandwich in ‘Clyde’s’

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On today’s episode, Matt speaks with Broadway star and three-time Emmy Award winner Uzo Aduba about her latest Broadway show “Clyde’s.” The show is running at Second Stage’s Helen Hayes Theatre through Jan. 16. The final two weeks of performances will be live streamed beginning on Jan. 4 Uzo has read more


Special Episode: Bryonha Marie Parham on the Joys of ‘Regina Comet’

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In today’s episode, Matt is chatting with the titular star of “A Commercial Jingle for Regina Comet” Bryonha Marie Parham. In their conversation, Bryonha discusses working with the shows creators – who also happen to be her costars – to develop a fully realized Black woman who is able to read more


Special Episode: Tarik Davis on the Family Connections of ‘Freestyle Love Supreme,’ ‘Amber Ruffin’

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On today’s episode, Matt is in conversation with one of the most dynamic, well-rounded, and hilarious performers working on either stage or screen right now. Tarik Davis can be seen weekly on Peacock’s late-night talk show “The Amber Ruffin Show” and then on stage at the Booth Theatre as a read more


Special Episode: Oliver Butler on Remounting ‘Gnit,’ ‘What the Constitution Means to Me’

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On this episode, Matt talks to award-winning director Oliver Butler about the return of Will Eno’s Ibsen adaptation “Gnit.” After being shut down following just a handful of performances in March 2020, Oliver, playwright Will Eno, and a cast made of some returning and some new company members will return read more