WCQ541 William Brown and Doug Frew of To Master the Art

Host: Amy Matheny with Mitchell Fain

Amy is dishing on her new show, To Master the Art. Mitchell and Amy both share their memories of watching Julia Child on television. Mitchell also shares a different Julia story.

Guests: William Brown and Doug Frew, the writers of To Master the Art now running at the Broadway Playhouse, join Amy on the Queercast. William wrote and directed this play and he explains how he collaborated with Doug in the writing of the show. They also dish on their love of Julia Child and how this larger than life culinary icon became the teacher in our kitchens and the pioneer of cooking on television. To Master the Art will run through October 20th. For tickets visit

Music Featured on This Queercast:Elton John - "Can't Stay Alone Tonight" and Lorde - "Ribs"

Photo Credit:To Master The Art via Broadway in Chicago



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