Soo created the role of Eliza Hamilton on Broadway and was just nominated for an Emmy for the televised version of her performance. We've asked her to play a game called "Hamilton? Try a ton o' ham."
Roger Bennett is the co-creator of Men in Blazers, which started as a humble podcast before expanding into a broadcasting empire. His new memoir is Reborn in the USA.
The singer, songwriter, producer and rapper won the first season of The Masked Singer, so we've invited him to play a game called "The Half-Masked Singer."
Konkle, who also co-stars in PEN15, is an expert on junior high, so she'll answer three questions about junior highs — specifically, the vague sense of agitation you get from drinking Red Bull.
The NBA all-star won two championships with the Miami Heat, an Olympic gold medal and membership in the Basketball Hall of Fame. He's written a new book called Letters to a Young Athlete.
McHale is now hosting a new baking competition show called Crime Scene Kitchen. We've invited him to play a game called "All about community ... theater!"
Jenny Finney Boylan, columnist, best-seller and author of the memoir, Good Boy: My Life In Seven Dogs, plays our game about hot dogs.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren answers three questions about Leo Tolstoy's classic novel War and Peace.
Symone is brilliant in the art of lip synch, so we've invited her to play a game called "Lip synch meet fix sink." Three questions about plumbers.
We've invited Tariq Trotter, aka Black Thought, to play a game called "It's great, just great! But we have a few notes." Three questions about "suits" — network executives who oversee movies and TV.
De Shields is an actor, singer, choreographer, writer, musician, lyricist, a professor and an icon of style. He'll appear as King Lear at the St. Louis Shakespeare Festival this summer.
Singer songwriter Michelle Zauner performs under the name Japanese Breakfast so we've invited her to answer three questions about Wheaties.
Ally Love's regular Sunday classes, "Sundays with Love," have made the beloved spinning teacher a pandemic celebrity. We've invited Love to play a game called "Peloton? Meet Skele-ton."
Kemp Powers, who wrote the play One Night in Miami — which was adapted into a film — will answer questions about Sir Barry Gibb, a founder of the Bee Gees, who lives in Miami.
Sifton is the founding editor of New York Times Cooking, and author of the No-Recipe Recipes cookbook. We've invited him to play a game called "I don't need a recipe, I've got $1.50 in change."