A short play by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning author, Frank Gilroy, in which a scrappy GI gleefully recalls how he went from almost flunking high school to the trenches of WWII to Dartmouth! Getting In features David Beach, Kim Bendheim, Matthew Cowles, Carolyn Gilroy, Michael Godere, Carter Hudson, Lillian Laserson, Thomas Lyons, David Margulies, Fiana Toibin and Jack Wetherall.
In this week's podcast, a short play by Arlene Hutton: On the cusp of World War II, two young strangers meet on a train and find out they may know each other better than they know themselves. Last Train to Nibroc features Mamie Gummer (“The Good Wife,” “Emily Owens MD,” “The Big C”) and Gregg Mozgala. Directed by John Rando. Stay tuned after the performance for a conversation between our Artistic Director, Claudia Catania and Arlene Hutton.
In this week's podcast, a short play by Lynn Nottage, a woman's words prove cosmically powerful. Poof! by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage (Ruined, Intimate Apparel, By The Way Meet Vera Stark) features multiple Tony winner Audra McDonald (Porgy and Bess, 110 In The Shade, A Raisin In The Sun, Ragtime), Tony winner Tonya Pinkins (Caroline or Change, Jelly's Last Jam), Keith Randolph Smith and is directed by Seret Scott. Stay tuned after the performance for a conversation between our Artistic Director, Claudia Catania, and Lynn Nottage.
In this week's podcast, Crazy Eights, a short play by David Lindsay-Abaire, recovering drug addicts (Rosie Perez, John Leguizamo) have their Saturday night card game rudely interrupted by Bobby Cannavale, who plays good cop/bad cop all by himself.
Crazy Eights written and directed by Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire features Bobby Cannavale (Blue Jasmine, “Boardwalk Empire”) John Leguizamo (Ghetto Klown, Ice Age movies, Romeo + Juliet), Rosie Perez (Do The Right Thing, Academy Award nominee for Fearless) and Kevin Hogan. Stay tuned after the performance for a conversation moderated by our Artistic Director, Claudia Catania, with David Lindsay-Abaire and cast.
This week's podcast is a short play by Ara Watson in which a young woman of "ill repute” grabs a chance at marriage and a client shows up with some jaw dropping news. Directed by Tony winner Doug Hughes, it features Academy Award winner Chris Cooper, Emmy winner Margo Martindale, and Liv Rooth. Stay tuned after the performance for a conversation moderated by our Artistic Director, Claudia Catania, with Ara Watson and the entire cast.
In this week's podcast, a short play from Christopher Durang (Tony for Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike) in which a comfortable couple in Connecticut gets shaken up by a husband’s high school fling’s unexpected arrival. With Kate Jennings Grant (United 93, Frost/Nixon), Josh Hamilton (Frances Ha, J. Edgar), Jane Krakowski (“30 Rock”) Aaron Clifton Moten (The Flick at Playwrights Horizons), with a cameo from Christopher Durang. This short is followed by a conversation between playwright, Christopher Durang and Playing on Air's host, Claudia Catania.
In this week's podcast, a short from Jacquelyn Reingold (writer for "Smash," "In Treatment," Netflix's forthcoming "Grace and Frankie) about a lovers' quarrel between two actors. With Jack Davidson and Beth Dixon.
This week on the Playing on Air podcast: David Auburn's Amateurs is a short play about a young woman confronting the man who ran a smear campaign against her senator father. With Rebecca Brooksher and David Rasche ("Veep"). Directed by David Auburn; an interview with Auburn follows the play.