This edition: Theater Talk 10th Anniversary Special: Highlights from the First Decade
Original tape date: December 2, 2006.
Legendary actress ELAINE STRITCH, humorist PAUL RUDNICK, MICHAEL MUSTO of The Village Voice and JEREMY McCARTER of New York Magazine join co-hosts MICHEAL RIEDEL of The New York Post and series producer SUSAN HASKINS to celebrate THEATER TALK's 10th Anniversary on Thirteen.
Riedel and Haskins look back at highlights from interviews with some of their favorite guests including: playwright EDWARD ALBEE, actors EILEEN ATKINS and the late ALAN BATES, composer/pop icon BOY GEORGE, critic BEN BRANTLEY of The New York Times, actors DICK CAVETT, LEA DeLARIA and BRIAN DENNEHY, "Sweeney Todd" director JOHN DOYLE, "WIT" playwright MARGARET EDSON, Tony Award winners HARVEY FIERSTEIN and RICHARD GRIFFITHS, playwright DAVID HARE, ventriloquist JAY JOHNSON, performance artist SARAH JONES, composer JOHN KANDER and the late lyricist/librettist FRED EBB, writer/director ARTHUR LAURENTS, actor FRANK LANGELLA, producer CAMERON MACKINTOSH, playwright ADAM RAPP, the great actress MARIAN SELDES, British critc MARK STEYN and writer/performer BRUCE VILANCH.
The program also pays tribute to the recently deceased press agent, BOB FENNELL, with a scene from the 1997 Hegedus/Pennebaker documentary "Moon Over Broadway" in which Fennell, a beloved member of the theater community, figures prominently.
Jeremy McCarter Theatre Critic, New York Magazine
Michael Musto Theater Columnist, The Village Voice
Paul Rudnick Playwright
Elaine Stritch Actress/Singer
- No upcoming shows on the schedule
- "Indecent" and "Come From Away"
- Monday, December 31 - 8:00pm
- Saturday, January 5 - 8:30pm
- Sunday, January 6 - 7:00am
- Monday, January 7 - 7:30am, 1:30pm
- Holiday Critics 2016
- Monday, December 24 - 8:00pm
- Saturday, December 29 - 8:30pm
- Sunday, December 30 - 7:00am
- Monday, December 31 - 7:30am, 1:30pm
- Jeff Daniels in "Blackbird"
- Monday, December 17 - 8:00pm
- Saturday, December 22 - 8:30pm
- Sunday, December 23 - 7:00am
- Monday, December 24 - 7:30am, 1:30pm
- "Harry Clarke"
- Monday, December 17 - 7:30am, 1:30pm