On Stage and in Stone

5 segments
U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, India – Atrium. Designed by Edward Durell Stone

On today’s show: J. T. Rogers on Lincoln Center’s critically acclaimed production of his play “Blood and Gifts”—he’s here with two of the show’s stars: Jefferson Mays and Jeremy Davidson. Tony Award winners Jim Dale and Rosemary Harris discuss the Roundabout Theater Company’s production of Athol Fugard’s play “The Road to Mecca.” The son of celebrated but now somewhat unfashionable architect Edward Durell Stone, talks about his father’s contribution to 20th-century design. Plus, our latest Backstory segments look at the Bradley Manning trial and at the growing size of the Federal government’s various departmental police forces.