Wait, Wait - Peter Sagal is a Playwright? By Caroline Breder-Watts • Feb 29, 2016 TweetShareGoogle+Email Most of us know Peter Sagal as the host of Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me, one of public radio's most popular shows. But Sagal started his career as a playwright, and recently paid a visit to FAU's Theatre Lab for a reading of his work Mall America. Listen Listening... / 4:00 A conversation with Peter Sagal. Playwright and public radio host Peter Sagal. Tags: Peter SagalCaroline Breder-WattsFlorida theaterRadioSunday Arts BreakfastTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Norton Museum's RAW Exhibitions Showcase Women Artists By Caroline Breder-Watts • Feb 25, 2016 Each year, the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach chooses an artist to be showcased in its RAW (Recognition of Art by Women) program. This year, the spotlight shines on Njideka Akunyili Crosby. Boca Raton Play Premiere Examines the Strengths, Frailties of Family By Caroline Breder-Watts • Jan 26, 2016 A play by first-time playwright Charles Gluck makes its debut in Boca Raton, with a cast of South Florida favorites and a powerful message about familial relationships.