Theater Director Jack O'Brien; Orson Welles Recordings; "Choir Boy"; Voting Rights in NC; Saving Florida's Oranges

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Nicholas L. Ashe, Wallace Smith, Grantham Coleman, Kyle Beltran, and Jeremy Pope in "Choir Boy" at MTC's Studio at Stage II at New York City Center

Jack O’Brien talks about his unexpected career, directing Broadway shows like “Catch Me If You Can” and operas at the Metropolitan Opera. Then, film historian Peter Biskind on newly found recordings of conversations between Orson Welles and fellow director Henry Jaglom. Jeremy Pope and Wallace Smith discuss their roles in the off-Broadway play, “Choir Boy.” Ari Berman takes look at a North Carolina bill that would change the state’s voting laws. And we’ll find out how genetic modification could save Florida’s oranges.