Nancy Bishop, Chicago Girl, Talks Theater, Politics, Rock and Roll, and Her New Book

Nancy Bishop, a Chicago native and local arts critic, is author of a new book titled Chicago Girl: Essays on the Arts, Politics and Life. Bishop is editor and publisher of Third Coast Review, a Chicago-centric arts and culture online magazine, a 2014 Fellow at the National Critics Institute, and a member of the American Theatre Critics Association.

Hear what she has to say to RDU on Stage about music, theater, politics, the pandemic, and more.

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