Critics’ Table

Critics’ Table

A diverse roundtable of theater critics that review current Broadway and off-Broadway productions. Every episode features three luminary theater critics ready to give you their opinions on some of your favorite shows. The table looks forward to you pulling up a chair and joining them!

I Was There: Creating Broadway’s Greatest Musicals

I Was There: Creating Broadway’s Greatest Musicals

“I Was There” looks at the creation of Broadway’s greatest works — from the perspective of the original cast who brought it to life. From auditions to previews, rehearsals, and performances, the podcast looks at changes made along the way, the creative and personal challenges faced by the cast and creative team, and what it was like to birth one of Broadway’s greatest musicals. Hosted by David Meyers.

Fifty Key Stage Musicals: The Podcast

Fifty Key Stage Musicals: The Podcast

Fifty Key Stage Musicals: The Podcast is a supplement to the Routledge Press publication Fifty Key Stage Musicals. Each episode focuses on an iconic musical that altered the landscape of the genre and features interviews with theatre professionals and scholars. Hosts: Andrew Child and Robert W. Schneider.

Backstage Talk

Backstage Talk

Backstage Talk, hosted by Colombian performing artist Martín Acuña, features the voices of those entertainment professionals who are backstage, not under the spotlight. We amplify those who create the shows we love: ensemble and company performers, producers, teachers, writers, stage managers, directors, and more, while also trying to bridge the gap between Colombia’s Musical Theatre Industry and Broadway.

A Musical Theatre Podcast

A Musical Theatre Podcast

Conversations revealing the cultural and emotional impact of our favorite musicals in theatre history.

On each episode of “A Musical Theatre Podcast,” Jeff welcomes a special guest to explore one musical from theatre history. Together they get to the heart of the show’s cultural and emotional impact by looking at its creators, context, and storytelling. Always fun and heartfelt, this is the podcast to celebrate the humanity of our musical theatre art form.

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