Our new episode of In Your Face—New York with the wonderful Roz Chast is here for you to watch. Roz takes us on a wonderful journey through the hills, valleys, the subway tunnels and health food stores of New York. It’s terrific fun. (Because Roz’ part in the show includes a video presentation of her work, her presentation is available only on the “Watch the Episode,” option of our site.) Roz is joined by Broadway’s James Naughton—the quintessential actor /singer whose performances have entertained theater-goers for years.
Then there’s the engaging and wise Randy Cohen who offers up the question of “when is it okay to lie?” The former “Ethicist” of the New York Times, his answer is nuanced, positive and probably (for all of us occasional liars) what you’d hoped to hear.
The electric Gian-Carla Tisera sings, sketches by the “Sex and the City” and “Odd Mom Out” Emmy winning writing team Elisa Zuritsky and Julie Rottenberg. And since this show was presented two weeks before Election Day, we offered up a few moments by an as yet un-victorious Donald along with wife Melania and a wistful look at the future by a then confident Hillary Clinton.