The thirty-sixth episode of Three on the Aisle, the (usually) 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, the critics are joined by Regina Castellanos, a recent graduate of the legendary performing arts summer camp Stagedoor Manor, to chat about her experiences there and what theatre means to her and her peers more generally. Then, they turn to fellow Stagedoor alumnus Larry Owens, who’s now starring in A Strange Loop at Playwrights Horizons. They discuss the classic musicals that first cemented his love of the genre, his own time at Stagedoor (including one particularly memorable summer performing alongside Beanie Feldstein), and how those experiences have informed his art ever since.
Finally, Peter, Terry, and Elisabeth reflect on the best and worst shows they’ve seen lately, including Halley Feiffer’s Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow, George Brant’s Tender Age, and David Auburn’s production of The Skin of Our Teeth at the Berkshire Theatre Festival….
In case you’ve missed any previous episodes, you’ll find them all here.