We’re back! The twenty-seventh episode of Three on the Aisle, the twice-monthly podcast in which Peter Marks, Elisabeth Vincentelli, and I talk about theater in America, is now available on line for listening or downloading.
Here’s an excerpt from American Theatre’s “official” summary of the proceedings:
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First, we discuss recent cease-and-desist notices sent to regional companies putting on the 1969 Christopher Sergel adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird by the producers of the current Aaron Sorkin adaptation running on Broadway. Then we look into our mailbag and address your concerns about the coverage of Slave Play, your disagreements on our discussion of filmed theatre, and a question as to what the day-to-day work of criticism really entails.
To close the show, the critics discuss Madeleine George’s Hurricane Diane, Roundabout’s Merrily We Roll Along, and Peter gets in the ring again to pound on Be More Chill, this time because it just opened on Broadway.