A Lover’s Guide to American Playwrights—I Married a Playwright
Towards a Queer Reclamation
The Art Part: A Two-Person Theatre Conference
Livestreaming The Future of Crowdfunding in Theatre Panel
Theatre History Podcast # 8
Fifty Years and Counting: Talking About Chicano Theatre and Political Activism with Jorge Huerta
Michael Lueger talks with scholar and activist Jorge Huerta.
Theatre History Podcast # 7
Getting (Politically) Radical with Amy Brady
Michael Lueger kicks off a month of interviews about political theatre by talking with Amy Brady about the Federal Theatre Project.
Theatre History Podcast # 6
Diversifying the Classics with Barbara Fuchs
Michael Lueger and Barbara Fuchs discuss the plays written during Spain’s theatrical Golden Age, and Barbara’s Diversifying the Classic project, which aims to bring them back into prominence for English-speaking audiences.
Theatre History Podcast # 5
Joel Berkowitz on the Yiddish Theatre's Past (and Present)
Michael Lueger talks with Joel Berkowitz about Yiddish theatre’s historical and present iterations.
Theatre History Podcast # 4
You Naughty, Naughty Men: Joshua William Gelb’s New Reimagining of The Black Crook
Michael Lueger talks with director and librettist Joshua William Gelb about The Black Crook, considered by some to be the first musical.
Theatre History Podcast # 3
Eric Swanson Discusses New Musical Edwin: The Story of Edwin Booth
Eric Swanson and Michael Lueger discuss actor Edwin Booth, the brother of Abraham Lincoln’s assassin.
Theatre History Podcast # 2
Like a Boss: 1940s Musicals and the “Boss Lady” with Maya Cantu
Maya Cantu and Michael Lueger discuss how the musicals of the 1940s saw the emergence of a new figure: the “boss lady.”
Theatre History Podcast # 1
Talking About Drugs (and Theatre) with Max Shulman
Michael Lueger kicks off a new Theatre History podcast series with an interview with Max Shulman, discussing drugs in American theatre at the turn of the twentieth century.
Living the Dream Podcast #15
In this episode, Matthew Gray discusses the lack of diversity during awards season, and interviews Rachel Keller, co-star of Holidaysburg and Fargo: Season Two, about her journey.
Living the Dream Podcast # 14
What Actors Mean to Us
In this episode, Matt Gray reflects on what actors mean to us and whether the awards season is the best way to honor them.