[Full episode] David Shore, Dormeshia, Brad Fraser

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In a career-spanning interview with David Shore, the Canadian TV writer reflects on more than 20 years of creating critically acclaimed shows such as House and The Good Doctor. Choreographer and tap dancer Dormeshia talks about her new theatre show, The Mayor of Harlem, which celebrates the legacy of tap icon Bill "Bojangles" Robinson — the first Black soloist to perform in white theatres across the U.S. Playwright Brad Fraser (once known as the "bad boy of Canadian theatre") discusses his new memoir, All the Rage, which follows his early life and career up to becoming a pioneer of queer theatre.

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