Alisa Solomon interviewing Ping Chong at the Greene Space. (See video, below.)
The Yiddish dairyman as an American Icon: Studio 360’s 15-minute radio feature, October 10, 2014.
What an honor to be the guest for an entire episode of Theater Talk to celebrate Fiddler‘s 50th anniversary!
A discussion about Wonder of Wonders with the great John Schaefer on WNYC’s Soundcheck, October 22, 2013.
Vox Tablet podcast about Wonder of Wonders with the ever-incisive Sara Ivry –and singing! October 21, 2013.
Talking with Lake Effect’s Bonnie North about Wonder of Wonders on Milwaukee’s WUWM.
Prime Time Radio AARP interview by Mike Cuthbert, October 22, 2013. PART B — begins at about 30:12.
“History, Memory and Kitsch” post-show panel after Ari Roth’s Andy and the Shadows, Theater J, April 28, 2013
Report on the Hungarian Showcase of theater: a beacon of democracy, Beyond the Pale, WBAI, March 31, 2013
Public interview of Ping Chong following an anniversary reading of Undesirable Elements, The Greene Space, November 26, 2012
Public interview of Harry Belafonte and filmmaker Susanne Rostock after screening of Sing Your Song, REACT to Film, Columbia University, February 13, 2012
“What Does a Jew Want?” panel with Udi Aloni, James Schamus, Slavoj Zizek, Columbia University, October 12, 2011
“Occupy Kol Nidre,” for Beyond the Pale, WBAI, October 9, 2011
“Krakow’s Jewish Cultural Festival,” co-produced with Marilyn Kleinberg Neimark for Beyond the Pale, WBAI, August 10, 2008
Interviews of Israeli video artist Yael Bartana, and of Lev Dodin of the Mali Theater in St Petersburg on his theatrical adaptation of Life and Fate Beyond the Pale, WBAI July 19, 2009
Interview of playwright Deb Margolin on her play, Imagining Madoff, Beyond the Pale, WBAI, August 1, 2010
Interview of scholar Jeffrey Shandler on Judaism and media, Beyond the Pale, WBAI, September 27, 2009
Interview of Jewish Museum curator Susan Tumarkin Goodman on Chagall and the Artists of the Russian Jewish Theater, Beyond the Pale, December 7, 2008
“An Abundance of Beckett,” WNYC, July 26, 2008
“With a Capital ‘J’” – on West Side Story, Vox Tablet podcast, July 11, 2008
“Beebo Brinker Chronicles,” WNYC, March 25, 2008
“Pioneer Tunes” on Milk and Honey, Vox Tablet podcast, December 12, 2007
Interview of gay historian John D’Emilio on the movie Milk. Beyond the Pale, WBAI, December 7, 2007.
“Two Plays That Upset and Excite: Theater Review: Black Watch and The Overwhelming,” WNYC, “Morning Edition,” November 14, 2007.
“Voices in Conflict: Banned High School Production Comes to The Public,” WNYC, June 14, 2007.
“Song for New York,” feature on a new Mabou Mines production, WNYC, August 29, 2007.
“Radical Theater Company Revisits its Roots,” feature on The Living Theater, WNYC, April 26, 2007.