On today's show:
You can't keep Selina Meyer down
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Emmy-winning actress and comedian Julia Louis-Dreyfus has entertained audiences for seven seasons in HBO’s "Veep." As the eternal presidential hopeful Selina Meyer, her political antics leave audiences laughing on both sides of the aisle. Louis-Dreyfus rose above the boys' club culture in comedy, landing roles on "Saturday Night Live," as the iconic Elaine Benes on "Seinfeld," and "The New Adventures of Old Christine." Louis-Dreyfus talks with John Horn about surviving cancer, creating political satire during in the age of Donald Trump, and saying goodbye to "Veep."
Live on stage! Movies and TV shows!!
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Have you noticed recently that a lot of new theater productions seem based on old movies and TV shows? With so much competition out there for our attention, theater producers at every level are hedging their bets even more, by mounting shows with what they hope are a built-in fan base. The Frame contributor Collin Friesen examines the trend.