Episode 76: Matthew Lopez: Theatre Is About Limitations

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On this week’s show, Jamie and Rob share their interview with Matthew Lopez, playwright of “The Inheritance”, which played on Broadway this season. Together, they talk about Matthew’s inspiration for writing the play, the importance of sharing history and experiences across generations—particularly within the queer community—Matthew’s reaction to the critical response to the play, and his collaboration with director Stephen Daldry in staging this epic, two part, six act piece. Why were the actors barefoot? Tune in to find out!

This week’s music: “The Inheritance”, “The House”, “Henry Sells the House” and “Young Men” all from “The Inheritance” and “Never Never Land” from “Peter Pan


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