In this edition, Sarah, Pannill, and Harvey welcome Jennifer Parker-Starbuck of the University of Roehampton in London to talk about TAPS in the UK. We also talk about the future of the NEA during the Trump presidency and David Hare's comments about "director's theatre" from Europe.

Links to some of the things discussed in this edition: 

  • Harvey Young's essay on arts funding and Republican leadership in Washington. 
  • Recent New York Times articles on the White House budget document proposing elimination of the NEA, and on arts programs responses.
  • Excerpts from a controversial interview with playwright David Hare. 
  • Duska Radosavljevic's response to Hare.