09. 03. 2017
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JOHN KANDER, GREG PIERCE, KAREN ZIEMBA on ‘Kid Victory’ and ‘Hello, Dolly!’ Composer JERRY HERMAN

This week, we spotlight the creators of the new original musical Kid Victory, currently at the Vineyard Theatre, which tells the unconventional story of a teenage boy’s frightening disappearance, his horrific ordeal during his absence and...

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09. 03. 2017
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Best of Theater Talk: CHAZZ PALMINTERI ‘A Bronx Tale’

A Bronx Tale: The Musical is currently playing on Broadway at the Longacre Theatre to record-breaking audiences. The show is based on Chazz Palminteri’s 1989 one man play (which became a fleshed-out 1993...

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24. 02. 2017
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Theater Talk EMMY Nomination!

THEATER TALK has been nominated for a 2017 NY EMMY Award as the Best Interview/Discussion Program for its episode, “Talk to Remember.” “Talk to Remember,” includes highlights of interviews from THEATER TALK’s 2015-16...

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20. 02. 2017
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‘Evening at the Talk House’ WALLACE SHAWN, MATTHEW BRODERICK, SCOTT ELLIOTT

In a rapturous edition of our show, playwright/actor Wallace Shawn, actor Matthew Broderick and director Scott Elliott (Artistic Director of The New Group) discuss their work together on Shawn’s funny and eerie new play, Evening at the Talk House,...

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17. 02. 2017
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Revitalizing August Wilson’s JITNEY 

  Our guests are director Ruben Santiago-Hudson, along with actors John Douglas Thompson and Brandon J. Dirden who discuss Santiago-Hudson’s revival of the late August Wilson’s play Jitney. Set in a gypsy cab dispatch office in Pittsburgh’s Hill District during...

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05. 02. 2017
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JOHN BREGLIO ‘I Wanna Be A Producer’

John Breglio on Theater TalkJohn Breglio, author of I Wanna Be A Producer: How to Make a Killing on Broadway…or Get Killed discusses the vital skill set required to develop and produce shows...

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24. 01. 2017
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Playwright DAVID IVES

  Writer David Ives talks about his prolific and wide-ranging playwriting career, including his new comedy at the Classic Stage Company, The Liar, loosely adapted from Le Menteur by Pierre Corneille. He also...

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15. 01. 2017
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Spring 2017 Season Preview   GREEN, MUSTO & PACHECO  

  Theater journalists Jesse Green, Michael Musto and Patrick Pacheco discuss the upcoming productions for spring 2017 in New York City, including revivals of Hello, Dolly! starring Bette Midler, Glenn Close in Sunset...

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05. 01. 2017
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Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened LONNY PRICE and ABIGAIL POGREBIN 

  Director Lonny Price and writer Abigail Pogrebin, members of the original cast of Stephen Sondheim and Hal Prince’s show, Merrily We Roll Along, discuss Price’s new documentary Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened, about the cohort...

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04. 01. 2017
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‘FENCES’

“Fences”   In this 2010 interview, actors Viola Davis and Stephen McKinley Henderson (who reprise their roles in the 2016 feature film), and Kenny Leon director of the 2010 Broadway production, discuss the celebrated revival of August Wilson’s 1987 Pulitzer Prize-winning...

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