Actress Dana Delany and host John Horn talk about her first feature film role, taking jobs on want vs need, her work as a voice over actress, the dream of playing Lois Lane, finally tackling Tennessee Williams, and where shes headed.
Actor Harry Hadden-Paton joins Gil to talk about his work currently starring in "My Fair Lady" at the Lincoln Center Theater, the immensity of a 30 piece orchestra backing a cast of 30, the challenge of doing his first musical, his work on "The Crown", and what attracts him to a script.
Actress Judith Light sits down with Daniel to talk about the homework and process of her work, the importance of the arts in culture, going back to the theater after "Who's the Boss?", and being your authentic self.
Director Michael Mayer and producer Tom Hulce and actors Annette Bening and Jon Tenney join Daniel Beaty for a special Q&A following a screening of their new film, "The Seagull" at the WGA theater. Hear why they made the time to make the film and the process of adapting Chekhov.
Guest host Dana Delany sits down with Josh Radnor about his new show "RISE" on NBC, how teaching is in his blood, performing music with his band, his Jewish upbringing informing him as a story teller, working so that your craft meets your taste, and finding his present-day spirituality.
Roma Downey joins Daniel to talk about her book, "Box of Butterflies", how the loss of her mother at a young age influenced her, working on "Touched By an Angel", its role on her faith, and remaining faithful in an industry where it seems unpopular.
Actor John Ross Bowie joins guest host Dana Delany to talk about his performance in "Laughter on the 23rd Floor" running at the Garry Marshall Theater, coming from UCB, his show "Speechless" on ABC opening his eyes to accessibility, writing a Deep Focus on "Heathers", and his theater and acting background.
Actress Kimberly Hébert Gregory and Daniel discuss her work on "Kevin Probably Saves the World", constantly looking for representation in the arts, toppling the patriarchy, women in Hollywood needing to stand together, the difference between "leaf" and "root" conversations, and how she takes care of herself.
Gil Cates Jr. fills in for Daniel to talk with actress Melanie Field about her upcoming show at the Geffen, "Significant Other". She also discusses when she decided to pursue acting, her favorite playwrights and dream projects, what LA is like as a theater town, and the upcoming "Heathers" reboot.
Legendary actor and political activist Tony Goldwyn joins Daniel to talk about the emotional week of finishing Scandal, the evolution of his career amongst movies and television, directing for the show, the importance of being an ally, engaging people with different mindsets into conversation, and trying to live in a polarized society.