7 episódios

Host, Tonya Pinkins, the Tony award winner who brought down the house with “Lot’s Wife” in CAROLINE, OR CHANGE….the woman who roasted herself on YouTube….who started #BlackPerspectivesMatter and #OtherPerspectivesMatter when she published an essay on leaving the titular role of MOTHER COURAGE, will get down and dirty with her peers about life on The Boards.

YOU CAN’T SAY THAT!.. is the show where you can!

You Can't Say That! Tonya Pinkins

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Host, Tonya Pinkins, the Tony award winner who brought down the house with “Lot’s Wife” in CAROLINE, OR CHANGE….the woman who roasted herself on YouTube….who started #BlackPerspectivesMatter and #OtherPerspectivesMatter when she published an essay on leaving the titular role of MOTHER COURAGE, will get down and dirty with her peers about life on The Boards.

YOU CAN’T SAY THAT!.. is the show where you can!

    Ep7 - You Can't Say That - Marc Kudisch Part 1

    Ep7 - You Can't Say That - Marc Kudisch Part 1

    Part 1: Three time Tony Nominee and current star of Girl From the North Country, Marc Kudisch and I shared the broadway stage in George C Wolfe and Michael John LaChiusa’s Wild Party. Catch us reminiscing about the good , the bad and the ugly of theater, Gen Z’s and what it’s like to be  Jewish but look like a Wasp Patriarch.
    Produced by Dori Berinstein, edited by Alan Seales, music by Anthony Norman.
    A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network.

    • 31 min
    Ep6 - Taylor Mac, Pulitzer Prize Finalist (Part 2)

    Ep6 - Taylor Mac, Pulitzer Prize Finalist (Part 2)

    PART 2: The cool thing about being a colleague of McArthur Genius, Pulitzer Prize Finalist Taylor Mac is getting to bear witness to some of the behind the scenes intrigue of his Broadway playwriting debut GARY. Eavesdrop on a conversation with one of America’s most exciting, challenging and thrilling Activists.
    Produced by Dori Berinstein, edited by Alan Seales, music by Anthony Norman.
    A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network.

    • 53 min
    Ep5 - Taylor Mac, Pulitzer Prize Finalist (Part 1)

    Ep5 - Taylor Mac, Pulitzer Prize Finalist (Part 1)

    PART 1: The cool thing about being a colleague of McArthur Genius, Pulitzer Prize Finalist Taylor Mac is getting to bear witness to some of the behind the scenes intrigue of his Broadway playwriting debut GARY. Eavesdrop on a conversation with one of America’s most exciting, challenging and thrilling Activists.
    Produced by Dori Berinstein, edited by Alan Seales, music by Anthony Norman.
    A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network.

    • 55 min
    Ep4 - Ron Russell (Part 2)

    Ep4 - Ron Russell (Part 2)

    Part 2: Tonya welcomes Ron Russell, award-winning Director and renown educator to YOU CAN'T SAY THAT! Ron is co-founder of four theaters that still produce today. He is the Executive Director of Epic Theatre Ensemble. 
    With Epic, he has directed 16 award-winning Off-Broadway productions, including Premieres of Kate Fodor’s Hannah and Martin, Vern Thiessen’s Einstein’s Gift, Shakespeare’s Richard III, Born with Teeth, and Nilaja Sun’s Pike St., which he is currently touring across the nation and world, where it has won Helen Hayes and FringeFirst Awards. He has won an OBIE Award for Epic’s adaptation of Antigone and the International Ibsen Award for Pillars of Society. He has also designed sound for award-winning productions of Nilaja Sun’s No Child… (OBIE Award) and Judith Thompson’s Palace of The End. His teaching experience includes over 50 public schools, reaching over 18,000 youth, and his work as an educator in NYC has been recognized by citations from the Municipal Arts Society and Mayors Giuliani and Bloomberg.
    Produced by Dori Berinstein, edited by Alan Seales, music by Anthony Norman.
    A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network.

    • 24 min
    Ep3 - Ron Russell (Part 1)

    Ep3 - Ron Russell (Part 1)

    Part 1: Tonya welcomes Ron Russell, award-winning Director and renown educator to YOU CAN'T SAY THAT! Ron is co-founder of four theaters that still produce today. He is the Executive Director of Epic Theatre Ensemble. 
    With Epic, he has directed 16 award-winning Off-Broadway productions, including Premieres of Kate Fodor’s Hannah and Martin, Vern Thiessen’s Einstein’s Gift, Shakespeare’s Richard III, Born with Teeth, and Nilaja Sun’s Pike St., which he is currently touring across the nation and world, where it has won Helen Hayes and FringeFirst Awards. He has won an OBIE Award for Epic’s adaptation of Antigone and the International Ibsen Award for Pillars of Society. He has also designed sound for award-winning productions of Nilaja Sun’s No Child… (OBIE Award) and Judith Thompson’s Palace of The End. His teaching experience includes over 50 public schools, reaching over 18,000 youth, and his work as an educator in NYC has been recognized by citations from the Municipal Arts Society and Mayors Giuliani and Bloomberg.
    Produced by Dori Berinstein, edited by Alan Seales, music by Anthony Norman.
    A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network.

    • 29 min
    Ep2 - Slave Play with Jeremy O. Harris & Joaquina Kalukango (Part 2)

    Ep2 - Slave Play with Jeremy O. Harris & Joaquina Kalukango (Part 2)

    Part 2 of YOU CAN’T SAY THAT! Host Tonya Pinkins welcomes magnetic playwright of Broadway’s SLAVE PLAY, Jeremy O. Harris and captivating SLAVE PLAY star Joaquina Kalukango. 
    Jeremy exploded onto the theatre scene this year with the Off-Broadway production of DADDY, starring Alan Cumming…and now with the provocative and searing SLAVE PLAY. Jeremy was the winner of the 2018 Paula Vogel Playwriting Award, given by the Vineyard Theatre. The New York Times recently said that Harris’s “ability to render subconscious trauma into provocative theatrical expression, as potentially unsettling as entertaining, has earned him a lot of attention in a very short time.”
    Joaquina was last seen on Broadway in THE COLOR PURPLE as Nettie. Other Broadway credits include HOLLER IF YA HEAR ME and GODSPELL. She also stars in WHEN THEY SEE US on Netflix and INSTINCT on CBS All Access.
    Host Tonya Pinkins is a Tony-winning actress, author, producer, director and teacher who has received tremendous acclaim for her starring roles in CAROLINE, OR CHANGE, JELLY’S LAST JAM, THE WILD PARTY, PLAY ON….among many other productions on stage and screen. Tonya recently conceived TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION of WOMYN: Narrative Stories and Songs for the Soul in ten minutes or less”.  
    Produced by Dori Berinstein, edited by Alan Seales, music by Anthony Norman.
    A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network.

    • 32 min

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