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Public Square is our monthly podcast, sharing stories of the work that happens on and off our stages and the people who make it possible.
We asked the Women of The Public: what does it mean to be a woman in theater today?
We asked our staff and artists: why does Black Theater matter to you?
Playwright Mona Mansour and Palestinian journalist Ahmed Shihab-Eldin discuss Mansour's inspirations behind THE VAGRANT TRILOGY.
Gail Papp - wife to our founder Joe Papp - began working at The Public in the very early days of the organization (before the two married in 1976). In celebration of Women’s History Month, she answered some questions via email about how her role and the role of other women has changed as The Public has evolved.
China meets America and a play meets a musical in Soft Power, which examines American ideology and dramatizes how art can advance political agenda. Theater arts writer Yan Chen speaks with playwright and lyricist David Henry Hwang.
Learn more about our season illustrator, Korean-American New York-based artist and designer Janet Sung.