A Sampling of Interviews and Articles Available Online –
Most recent --
Emily Frankel and John Cullum offer lively,
provocative video commentary on YouTube
once a week. Click image above to go.
For more information on how this project started,
NPR's Weekend Edition Saturday, March 21, 2009 · John Cullum is probably best known for TV roles on the quirky
'90s dramedy Northern Exposure and on NBC's long-running ER. But for the last 50 years, he's been a working
New York actor, winning two Tony Awards and starring in countless musicals and plays.
And these days, he's really working — performing in two plays a night, six nights a week. ...
Stage Veterans who are Working in the Theatre
With more than 200 years of combined theatre experience among them, our guests -
stage veterans Philip Bosco, John
Cullum, Marian Seldes and Carole Shelley
when they or their co-stars forget their lines; how they feel about serving as understudies;
the audition process; their successes and failures; and they share stories of working with such
other legends as Sir John Gielgud, Joseph Papp, Morris Carnovsky, Lee J. Cobb,
Scott, Geraldine Page, George Cukor, Myron McCormick and Ruth Gordon.
How I Got My Equity Card - Actors Equity website, 2006
JOHN CULLUM: VETERAN STAR OF
Cullum Comes Home - Tennessee Alumnus Magazine (University of Tennessee), Fall 2004
Twenty Questions- American Theatre, 5/01/02
His Kind of Town: John Cullum Is Right at Home in Urinetown: The Musical - Playbill, 11/21/01
Playbill On Line's Brief Encounter with John Cullum - 9/5/01
TV's a Different Kind of Exposure for John Cullum - Los Angeles Times, 11/29/93
Audio Interviews Online –
John Cullum Interview on NPR's Weekend Edition Saturday about URINETOWN, 12/1/01
Video Interviews Online –
Working in the Theatre - Stage Veterans - February 2009, American Theatre Wing
Working in the Theatre - Performance - September 2002, American Theatre Wing
Working in the Theatre - Performance - April 1996, American Theatre Wing
A home video (DVD) of John’s appearance with Spencer Kayden at SETH’S BROADWAY CHATTERBOX
(during the Broadway run of URINETOWN) is available for purchase through Seth Rudetsky's Chatterbox website.
All profits go directly to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.