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Inside Look: Conversations with 2013 Tony Award Nominees Live in The Greene Space

Sunday April 18 2021 • 1:16pm - 1:16pm ET

The 67th annual Tony Awards are coming up on Sunday, June 9. This past year, we’ve had a number of cast members from nominated shows sit down in The Greene Space through our Inside Look theater series, including Holland Taylor, Laurie Metcalf, Tony Shalhoub and Judith Light, all nominated for their performances.

Catch up on the conversations with the clips below, and follow the links to watch on-demand video of the entire show.

Golden Boy
WNYC’s Leonard Lopate talks with cast members Tony Shalhoub, Seth Numrich and Danny Mastrogiorgio about the play. It received 8 nominations, including Best Revival and Shalhoub’s for Best Actor in a Play. Watch their entire conversation on demand here.

The Other Place
Laurie Metcalf was nominated in the category Best Leading Actress in a Play. Here, she talks with WQXR’s Elliott Forrest. Watch the entire conversation with Metcalf, Daniel Stern and playwright Sharr White.

The Assembled Parties
Host Arthur Yorinks talked with cast members Jessica Hecht, Jeremy Shamos and Judith Light. The play received three nominations, including Best Play and Best Actress in a Featured Role for Judith Light. Watch their entire conversation.

Kinky Boots
On the Media Host Brooke Gladstone sat down with Cyndi Lauper to talk about her career and the musical, for which she was nominated for Best Original Score. Watch on-demand video of the entire conversation.

Ann
Holland Taylor was also nominated for Best Leading Actress in a Play for her performance as Ann Richards, the legendary and colorful Texas governor. Here, Taylor, who wrote and stars in the play, talks to WQXR’s Elliott Forrest. Watch their entire conversation on demand here.

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