This edition: "Eclipsed" and "Hamilton" UpdateTweet
Original tape date: March 25, 2016.
First aired: April 9, 2016.
Playwright Danai Gurira, actress Lupita Nyong'o and director Liesl Tommy discuss their collaboration on “Eclipsed,” Gurira's powerful drama about young women kidnapped and used as "wives" by warlords during the Liberian Civil War. Also on the program journalists Adam Feldman of Time Out/New York and Imogen Lloyd Webber of Broadway.com opine on the approaching TONY Awards race and how the incoming spring 2016 shows measure up against “Hamilton,” the season's odds-on winner of every Broadway musical prize.
Adam Feldman Critic, Time Out New York
Danai Gurira Playwright, “Eclipsed”
Imogen Lloyd Webber Senior Editor, Broadway.com
Lupita Nyong'o Actor, “Eclipsed”
Liesl Tommy Director, “Eclipsed”
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