"M. Butterfly" is back on Broadway after winning the Tony Award for Best Play in 1988. Actress Clea Alsip stars in the revival, and stops by Cheddar to tell us why the show is more relevant today than ever before. Alsip tells us all about tackling themes of racial and gender identity with her co-star Clive Owen. Then we discuss Alsip's other project, her upcoming webseries "Friend Therapy." It's about two friends going to therapy to work out their political differences after the 2016 presidential election. Alsip says the show was important to make and portrays friendships in a new humorous context.