A new podcastView More Reading Every Play That Won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama
This week, Josh, Christopher, and John discuss Icebound by Owen Davis.View More Icebound by Owen Davis (1923): Chosen by Committee Episode 5
his week the pod discuss Eugene O’Neill’s fascinating sea shanty Anna Christie.View More Anna Christie by Eugene O’Neill (1922): Chosen by Committee Episode 4
This week, Josh, Christopher, and John largely disagree about Zona Gale’s Miss Lulu Bett, the winner in 1921. They talk dream casts, feminism, and the crisis of modernity!View More Miss Lulu Bett by Zona Gale (1921): Chosen by Committee Episode 3
In episode 2 of Chosen by Committee, the podcast considering every play which won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama, hosts Josh, John, and Christopher discuss Eugene O’Neill’s 1920 tragedy. They mostly loved it.View More Beyond the Horizon by Eugene O’Neill (1920): Chosen by Committee Episode 2
Beginning a discussion of every play which won a Pulitzer Prize for DramaView More WHY MARRY? by Jesse Lynch Williams (1918): Chosen by Committee Episode 1
The 2019 Fringe Festival podcast concludes with interviews with Peter Woolsey of La Peg at FringeArts and John CambridgeView More Fringe Forecast Podcast: Episode 3
Episode two of Fringe Forecast hit the internet today. Cohosted by Phindie contributor Julia Taus, editor Christopher Munden and University of Pennsylvania producer Taylor Durham,…View More Podcasting the Fringe: Interviews with Fringe artists
A new podcast launches with a discussion of the Fringe FestivalView More Fringe Forecast: New podcast discusses Fringe Fest reviews, previews, and history
Would Sebastian would rather sleep with Hillary or Donald, what the hell his Fringe show was about, and what’s the worst way to cook an omelette?View More Philly’s Kinda Cool episode 2.1: We back!
This week’s Philly’s Kinda Cool considers Melania Trump’s plagiarism, harassment, and whether it’s cooler to be black or gay.View More Philly’s Kinda Cool episode 5: Ten citywides, harassment, and which is cooler “black or gay”?
On this week’s Philly’s Kinda Cool, we share stories of interactions between local people and the police. We also talk babies, James France “getting into…View More Philly’s Kinda Cool episode 4: The police, babies, local music and James Franco “getting in character”
Phindie editor Christopher Munden gives his weekend performing arts picks: BalletX’s Summer Series, Jennifer Summerfield’s The Yellow Wallpaper, and Greenfield Collective’s Bad Hamlet with Brews. And more!View More Philly’s Kinda Cool Episode 3: Interviews, theater picks, local music, and WEEN
What kinda cool? Philly’s Kinda Cool. Episode 2 of new local music and talk podcast.View More Philly’s Kinda Cool: Episode 2
Today’s podcast welcomes back R.Eric Thomas to talk about the upcoming production of “Time Is On Our Side” which, he created with Simpatico Theatre Project.View More [podcast] “Siding with Time” – R.Eric Thomas
J. Paul Nicholas on the politics and conversations that surround this well-executed production.View More [podcast] J. Paul Nicholas on THE INVISIBLE HAND
Today’s podcast features artistic director, writer, and performer Jen Childs. We talk about the latest 1812 offering, I Will Not Go Gently where a stellar team of creatives breathe life into the faded career of “Sierra Mist”.View More [podcast] Jen Childs on I WILL NOT GO GENTLY
On today’s podcast, we touch base with Griffin Stanton-Ameisen, artistic director of Revolution Shakespeare.View More Revolution Shakespeare: Interview with Rev Shakes director Griffin Stanton-Ameisen
On today’s podcast, Akeem Davis and Brian Radcliffe are joined by Mark Bookman and Dana Cook of the Atlantic Center for Capital Representation to dig deep into the matter of LOBBY HERO by: Kenneth Lonergan.View More [podcast] Lobby “Hero”?
On today’s podcast, we get to know Claire Moyer, director of Inis Nua’s SPINE, discuss the issues that make up the piece, and talk about some of the first books that moved us.View More Protect the #SPINE