"In this premiere episode of the Yippie Ki-Ay! Do Cinema podcast Taylor Purdee and John Donchak hang out in the village with downtown theatre legend Charles Busch and his up-and-coming protégé playwright/performer Sean Patrick Monahan."
Theatre advocate and writer Howard Sherman reflects on his inclusion as one of many name-dropped celebs in DIVA: Live From Hell at Theater for the New City.
S.P. gabs about DIVA: Live From Hell, Charles Busch's Times Square Angel, Angela Lansbury, and more in this interview with Adam Rothenberg.
S.P. sits down with Theater in the Now's Michael Block for an episode of the theater podcast "Block Talk," in which they discuss the upcoming production of DIVA: Live From Hell at Theater for the New City.
Playwright Ken Urban, director Benjamin Kamine, Amoralists artistic director James Kautz, and S.P. Monahan discuss the production of Nibbler at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater with Robert Gonyo on "Go See a Show!"
S.P. Monahan and Gracie Gardner discuss their plays, both of which were presented by Less Than Rent Theatre as part of the pop-up theatre event, Sanctuary @ HERE.
S.P. Monahan, James Presson, Charlie Polinger, and Tom Sanchez discuss Little Mac, Little Mac, You're the Very Man with Robert Gonyo on "Go See a Show!"
S.P. Monahan's interview about his play Little Mac, Little Mac, You're the Very Man, co-written with James Presson, appeared on Zack Calhoon's theatre blog "People You Should Know."
Brian Barone interviews Sean Patrick Monahan, James Presson, Tom Sanchez, and Jillian Rorrer about Little Mac, Little Mac, You're the Very Man after seeing a run of the play.
Sean Patrick Monahan talks to the Fordham Observer about DIVA, his creative process, and potentially taking his show on the road.
Michael Block and Theatre in the Now's "Spotlight On" Series features Sean Patrick Monahan; topics range from DIVA to theatrical philosophy to guilty pleasure foods.
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