How To Prep A Board For An Organizational Pivot
Radical Inclusion of Parent Artists
Suzan-Lori Parks' Watch Me Work from The Public Theater, New York
Livestreaming Monuments: Shaping Public Space, Memory & Culture: Discussion
Theatre History Podcast # 23
Is It Happening Here? Dr. Paul Gagliardi on the Return of the Federal Theatre Project’s It Can’t Happen Here
Michael Lueger talks with Dr. Paul Gagliardi about It Can’t Happen Here.
Theatre History Podcast # 22
Dr. Mac Test’s New Translation of La monja alfèrez
Michael Lueger talks with Dr. Mac Test about his new translation of La monja alfèrez, or The Lieutenant Nun.
Theatre History Podcast # 21
Director George Drance on Calderon’s Two Dreams
Michael Lueger talks with George Drance about Pedro Calderon de la Barca.
Theatre History Podcast # 20
Rediscovering the Lost Lope de Vega Play Mujeres y Criados with Dr. Alejandro Garcia-Reidy
A conversation with Alejandro Garcia-Reidy about discovering a previously-unknown work by Spanish Golden Age playwright Lope de Vega.
Theatre History Podcast # 19
Jeremy Morris on His New Play About Vaudeville Performer Bert Williams, The Top of Bravery
Michael Lueger and Jeremy Morris discuss Bert Williams.
Theatre History Podcast # 18
Dr. Charlotte Canning on Internationalism and US Theatre
Michael Lueger interviews Dr. Charlotte Canning on her new book and US theatre artists in the mid-twentieth century who shared their work abroad.
Theatre History Podcast # 17
Dr. Anita Gonzalez Introduces Listeners to 19thcenturyacts.com
Michael Lueger talks with Dr. Anita Gonzalez about a website that reconstructs historical performances.
Theatre History Podcast # 16
Exploring the Surprising—and Disturbing—Origins of “Jingle Bells” with Kyna Hamill
Michael Lueger talks with Dr. Kyna Hamill about her research into the background of the holiday carol "Jingle Bells."
Theatre History Podcast # 15
Fiona Coffey on Women in Northern Irish Theatre During The Troubles
Michael Lueger talks with Fiona Coffey about women theatre artists in Northern Ireland
Theatre History Podcast # 14
David Mandelbaum Talks About New Yiddish Rep’s Revival of God of Vengeance
Michael Lueger talks with David Mandelbaum about a new production of Sholem Asch’s God of Vengeance.