"Something Rotten!," "Hand to God," and the Colonial Theatre
The hit Broadway musical Something Rotten! kicks off its national tour in Boston. The writing team of Wayne Kirkpatrick, Karey Kirkpatrick, and John O’Farrell stop by the Boston Opera House to discuss the show’s success. Then, playwright Robert Askins sits down to talk about his hilarious, Tony-nominated comedy Hand to God, presented by SpeakEasy Stage Company. Plus, an update on the status of the historic Colonial Theatre from Emerson College president Lee Pelton. Later, Arizona painter Hugo Medina reflects upon his 15 years in Phoenix, and a look at the artwork of architect Emily Stover.