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Conversations with two of the most influential playwrights of our time, from this year’s New Yorker Festival. Martin McDonagh speaks about his new film, “The Banshees of Inisherin”; and Suzan-Lori Parks, the first African American woman to receive the Pulitzer Prize for drama, sits down with the staff writer Vinson Cunningham. “The marketplace is telling us that Black joy is what sells,” she says. “I’m very suspicious about what the marketplace wants me to create, because I know in my experience where real Black joy resides—and sometimes that’s in the place where there might be some traumatic thing that also happened.” A revival of Parks’s groundbreaking play, “Topdog/Underdog,” just opened on Broadway.
Plus, the computer scientist Alex Halderman, an expert on voting machines, speaks with the staff writer Sue Halpern about vulnerabilities in our election technology.
The Vulnerabilities of our Voting Machines, and How to Secure Them
A leading expert on computerized voting machines explains how the Stop the Steal movement co-opted his research on their vulnerabilities—and why hand counting won’t fix the problems.
The Pulitzer Prize-Winning Playwright Suzan-Lori Parks on “Topdog/Underdog”
The influential playwright talks with Vinson Cunningham about the revival on Broadway of her groundbreaking play.
Martin McDonagh Talks with Patrick Radden Keefe
The British-Irish playwright and director is out with a new comedy-drama, “The Banshees of Inisherin,” starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson.
The New Yorker Radio Hour is a co-production of WNYC Studios and The New Yorker.
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