Molly Beach Murphy, Jeanna Phillips, and Annie Tippe share the inspiration behind "Untitled CREDIT Project," a new music-theater fantasia that examines America's volatile relationship to money and our addictive love affair with live television.
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This episode of the Civilians' podcast is the final of three that feature songs and monologues from "The Way They Live," the culminating show of the company's residency at the Met Museum.
This episode of the Civilians' podcast is the second of three that feature songs and monologues from "The Way They Live," the final show of the company's residency at the Met Museum.
This episode of Let Me Ascertain You takes you to the heart of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC, featuring performances based on interviews with curators about falling in love with works of art.
A look at the process of creating The Civilians' new musical "Pretty Filthy," letting you hear some of the interviews that didn't make it into the final show but were too good not to share.
The conclusion of our "Occupy #S17" series, which features live recordings from a special cabaret the Civilians hosted to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the OWS movement. This episode highlights two monologues & a musical performance led by Marykate O'Neil and Jill Sobule.