Full episode - March 07, 2019
Heidi Schreck, not on Broadway.
Heidi Schreck’s memoir-tinged play about the Constitution hits Broadway. Plus making Broadway autism-friendly and the magic realist documentary “306 Hollywood.”
Full story - March 07, 2019
Heidi Schreck in “What the Constitution Means to Me” at New York Theatre Workshop.
Why Heidi Schreck loves the “weird” and “poetic” 9th Amendment.
Full story - March 07, 2019
A scale model of the real house at 306 Hollywood Avenue, from the documentary “306 Hollywood.”
How a brother and sister turned their late grandma’s house full of junk into a surreal and beautifully poignant film, “306 Hollywood.”
Full story - March 07, 2019
Niki Russ Federman at Russ & Daughters.
Having the chutzpah to join the family business.
Full story - March 07, 2019
Caissie Levy as Elsa in “Frozen” on Broadway.
Kids on the spectrum — and their families — let it go at a special performance of “Frozen.”
Full episode - February 28, 2019
Spinal Tap: One of Britain’s loudest bands.
“This Is Spinal Tap” at 35. Plus N.K. Jemisin on “How Long 'til Black Future Month?” and the mythology — and musicality — of Robert Johnson’s “Cross Road Blues.”
Full story - February 28, 2019
N.K. Jemisin’s latest book is a collection of short stories.
Hugo Award-winning author N.K. Jemisin shares her thoughts on writing, politics and her new book “How Long 'til Black Future Month?”
Full story - February 28, 2019
American Icons: Robert Johnson's "Cross Road Blues"
How the myth of a pact with the devil and a phenomenal guitar technique turned Robert Johnson's 1936 song into a hit.
Full story - February 28, 2019
The 1984 mockumentary “This is Spinal Tap.”
Behind one of the best documentaries ever made about a band — even if the band wasn’t real.
Full episode - February 21, 2019
And the Oscar goes to ...
Two nominees — actor Richard E. Grant and “Black Panther” costume designer Ruth E. Carter. Plus how a movement director helped Rami Malek embody Freddie Mercury.